We are pleased to announce the addition of Cam Butler to our team in the position of Account’s Manager
Originally from Toronto, Cam has been in the music and entertainment business for 48 years. His career started as the CEO of his own company known as BCB Pro Audio. Continuing for 28 years, and, successfully serving, large corporate events, outdoor festivals and entertainers such as; Three Days Grace, Rascal Flatts, The Chvrches, Blue Rodeo, Tragically Hip and Back Street Boys, to mention a few.
As a multi-talented musician, himself, Cam played keyboards for his own band know as Desperado, which, in itself, travelled worldwide for a 14-year term.
Cam is highly respected in his field and known by a phenomenal amount of people. He has assisted with the starting of careers for many technicians who have gone on to work with highly successful recording artists. Cam’s honest and caring nature reigns true as he continues to hear from friends from long ago and enjoys hearing their success stories as he guided and watched them grow to their true potential over the years.
Being an accomplished front of house engineer himself, Cam has had opportunity to work with artists like Cinema Face, The Tubes, Saga, Kim Mitchel and Toronto, to mention a few.
Always eager to find new challenges, Cam has turned his career towards staging design and producer to many large-scale events like Reviving the Islamic Spirit (RIS) Annual Convention, Chevy Silverado Stage at Boots & Hearts.
Now having recently teamed up with Straight Street Event Services, he is excited to continue his successful career with this company. As his reputation in this industry precedes him, anyone who knows Cam, will already know that his clients are in the best of hands. Large or small, he can do them all and is looking forward to talking with previous clients as well as meeting with new ones to discuss their next events.
We are all concerned with the environment. Here are just a few suggestions to help your event Go Green!
Free standing digital signs at the entrance to your event space is an attention grabbing way to inform your attendees of presentations, schedule, breaks, topics, and logos. By using digital signs you will use less paper.
By far the most energy efficient, cleanest and most eco-friendly way of illumination is LED lighting. In addition to the environmental benefits, LED or digital light is incredibly versatile to lend a variety of different looks, moods and atmospheric elements to any event
As with the LED lighting, LED video walls save energy and gives you a multitude of backdrop options. This can be as simple as your logo or as technically designed as quick changing photos/videos of your presenters, photos of your company projects, so many possibilities.
Projection mapping is another option available. Versatile and can be used indoors or outdoors depending on your event. You have seen Projection Mapping on buildings such as the Canadian Parliament buildings for Canada Day and the Sound and Light Show.
Projection Mapping requires software that interacts with a projector to create dimensions, optical illusions and movement. Add audio to your video for a stunning effect. Give your attendees an experience they won’t soon forget.
Webcasting can reach a multitude of ‘attendees’ no matter where they are. This means less people travelling whether it be by automobile or plane which is great for the environment. You can reach a much larger audience without the cost of travel.
If you are expecting some attendees to be flying in find a venue close to the airport. Most hotels have‘shuttle-buses’ to transport their guests. Inform your attendees what public transportation is available. These options will help cut down on the carbon footprint. If you don’t have rooms at your venue – how far is the closest hotel. Is it within walking distance
Add the agenda/program to your website. Allow people to view and everything on line.
Forget about the plastic water bottles. If at all possible make glasses and pitchers of
water available for your attendees. Same goes for you plates, cutlery and napkins. Use reusable.
Contact us for more helpful tips!