I take having fun seriously
I used to joke about "accidentally" becoming a DJ. In retrospect, however, it seems I was destined for this line of work.
As a kid, I forced my cousin into playing “radio” with me, where we pretended to be radio DJs, making up weather updates and playing the Space Jam soundtrack.
In high school, I meticulously curated mixed CDs, because I knew my buddies looked forward to jamming in my car as we drove around small town Iowa.
As an RA at the University of Northern Iowa, I would cultivate community by throwing black-light raves in the study lounge.
This led to co-hosting a bi-annual, substance-free, off-campus dance party that often exceeded 400-500 people. These were aptly named, "The Dance Party."
In college I also co-created “The Interlude Dance,” a silly choreographed dance set to the song "Interlude" by Attack Attack!
So, I shouldn’t have been so surprised the first time I was asked by a friend if I would DJ their wedding.
I’ve always enjoyed finding the right songs to play at the right times to get the right reaction out of people.
Nearly a decade later, I've been helping people dance at over 250 weddings, events, and parties of every kind—and that number continue to grow!
MY DJ PHILOSOPHY
In order to best understand the services I provide, you should first know what I find most important.
After several years of DJing, these are six golden rules I've learned and follow:
I love helping people have fun
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Stephanie & Brant
Ian has the unique ability to create an environment filled with love, excitement, and positive energy.
Victoria & Joe
"(Our guests) have just gushed and gushed about how it was jam after jam and how they have never seen a wedding dance floor soooo poppin'."
Allison & Sierra
We never imagined exactly how perfect he would be for our wedding day...We were completely at ease. Ian had everything under control.