We are customer obsessed and proud of it.
We are thinkers and doers. We are people who show up – all day every day. We pour our hearts into your event because they matter.
- Janet SmithVice President, OperationsJanet SmithVice President, Operations
My day is a series of questions, answers, challenges, and solutions, knowing what to do with what I know. From, Live Aid 85, Electronic Art’s first Exhibit booth, Intel Pentium Launch, E3 Mega Booths, intrepid newspaper gal in British Guyana, some quality time working with faves Tom Cruise on set in LA and Eminem in Europe and Japan, right up to the Intel CES keynote in 2015 and YPO’s 2016,2017, 2018 in Dubai, Vancouver and Singapore, the resource pot is full of Aces.
An avid Sci-Fi and Fantasy fan you will find me curled up on a rainy day with a glass of green chartreuse mumbling “I will take the ring to Mordor though I do not know the way.”
I love Funko, Films and the Ocean, I always wanted to be a Tenenbaum.
I really don’t like escalators and pineapple, fortunately I rarely meet them at the same time.
- Mario EisoldDirector of TechnologyMario EisoldDirector of Technology
As a Director of Technology Solutions I get to play with the latest technology and developer tools. Together with a great team of software developers and technicians, I can create, design and build awesome applications and products that put us and our clients always one step ahead. Travelling to events all over the world and seeing those products being used fills me with great pride. However, I personally enjoy the desire and the challenge to come up with something even better after a product was launched.
- playing tournament-paintball
- watching soccer, WRC Rally and Formula 1
- playing instruments and teaching music lessons to younger kids
- mowing the lawn (being outside)
- Kevin FuldaChief Creative Officer and Creative TechnologistKevin FuldaChief Creative Officer and Creative Technologist
They call me the secret sauce, I have a thirst to top the theory of everything, how to make it better, bridging creative and technical worlds to fully realize and enable the best and most challenging ideas.
From projection mapping to choreographed dancing robots with lasers, the art of programming becomes a multiplatform extravaganza. My job is to put what I know and don’t yet know into a variety of solutions that make sense for the scope of the task at hand.
When I do not have my thinking hat on I can be found with a fishing rod waiting for my next big catch.
- Amanda FuldaCreative DirectorAmanda FuldaCreative Director
The Fulda creative process is fluid yet focused, empathizing, and energetic with a fresh, stylish, and new-fashioned approach. Diverse clients, Intel, Walmart, Telemundo and Mutemath succeeded with projection mapped, three-dimensional canvases, while PTC, Allscripts and YPO drew super wide using widescreen graphics and animation over 160’ in wide.
A creative challenge takes me to the unexpected, from raw to specific elements I love to reel them in. The reason I keep taking creative challenges is to make jumps in my skills and yes, my creativity. I know what works well and what does not.
I can be found birding with my 7D mark II in Maine or Dubai or snuggling with my Goldendoodle while trouncing the other Fulda in Destiny.
If you are thinking “Hmmm, two Fuldas at Ovation”, you are right, we are married.
- Tracy MullendoreSenior ProducerTracy MullendoreSenior Producer
Tracy’s experience in the event world spans over 20 years. What she enjoys most is the unique challenge that each project brings. Tracy always strives to provide the best possible production to wow audiences and delight her clients. In her spare time, you’ll find her cheering on her daughter’s volleyball team, hiking or biking local trails, on her yoga mat or traveling the world looking for the next adventure.
- Jay WeinbergTechnical DirectorJay WeinbergTechnical Director
Professional hat wearer, organizer, and pressure diffuser, I lead the charge on all things technical related to our events, from cad diagrams to labor and gear sourcing, to scheduling and on-site execution. From rock shows to symposiums, I’ve traveled the world for the past 13 years producing events of all shapes and sizes, and haven’t lost a man yet. (It was close once, but it involved 2 elephants and a tiger and we don’t really talk about it). I like to call it organized chaos, the few moments after the start of the first load in day, when upwards to 50 or more crew members, stage hands, vendors, etc. are all working together to bring a show to life, and then to witness it come alive. Pretty magical.
When not producing rock shows, you can find me on the ocean. Lover of all things nautical, I feel home is where the anchor drops.