Audiovisual Systems Designer
Jeff Human has been a sound designer and engineer for live events all across the globe in theaters, arenas, and amphitheaters. His experience includes national and international musical theater productions, large performing arts and music festivals, regional theater designs, performing arts center AV management, television broadcasts, and studio recordings.
Jeff began his career as an international touring engineer for Broadway productions, eventually becoming a designer for Broadway tours.
What is one of your favorite performing arts spaces?
Do you or have you played a musical instrument? If so, which and why?
Guitar – Family tradition, Bass – I attended a rural middle and high school whose band programs had anemic low brass sections. I played in concert band and marching band and first attended Clemson University as a music concentration on jazz bass.
Sousaphone – I learned sousaphone in high school to continue in marching band at Clemson University. Drum set – Self-taught to play in a band after we could not find a drummer.
Which artist inspires you and why?
Tiny Tim. His work as an archivist preserving vaudeville and vintage American pop songs was a great service to keeping otherwise forgotten music alive.