|By WeddingAces ~ August 26th, 2009 ~ Wedding DJ||Comments Off on Meet the Aces: Jack Hou|
Today we introduce our newest WeddingAce, Jack Hou. Jack is a DJ/Lighting Designer from LA. After attending the weddings of many friends, Jack decided that there was room in the wedding industry for him. Taking a unique approach by incorporating lighting design, Jack is more than just a DJ.
Keep reading to learn more about Jack and check back later this week for Jack’s first WeddingAces post!
Jack Hou: TMMPRO (The Music Man Productions)
JH: I’ve always had an interest in music and pretty much never had a problem with speaking in public. So when I moved out to LA from East Coast, I started attending friends’ weddings. I came to the conclusion that there weren’t too many bilingual DJs that understood the Asian Heritage and able to infuse good contemporary music. Most DJs & MCs, I’ve seen were really good at spinning, but didn’t speak the language or were really good with the Asian language, but had a slight generation or age gap with the bridal party.
The Lighting & AV part is given. At weddings, we setup slide shows and so on. I started lighting 3 years ago because of the tremendous ambiance and element it brings to the overall appeal of an event.
JH: Last couple of years were photo booths and candy buffets. This year, I see a lot “Sundae Buffets” & on site Painters…
JH: Narrate their Tea Ceremony in English so the Non-English Guests would comprehend.
Serenade the father & daughter with a song.
Do stand up comedy to keep the waiting guests from getting bored while the bride is still getting her makeup done.
Pretend to speak Japanese at My Friend’s “Chinese & Japanese Wedding”….I think, I finished every sentence with a “Son” or “Do”. The bride’s side was probably wondering why the DJ was mentioning “Sashima Deluxe” in the same sentence as “Irchiro son.”
JH: Spending time in the gym and with my baby daughter. I’m also always looking and shopping for the latest lighting & Audio gadgets.
JH: I enjoy my wedding events tremendously and hopefully my experiences (good or bad) might prove helpful or at least get a chuckle out of some of the readers…