By now, everyone should know that Sequence has officially moved into its bigger and better digs (we promise we'll stop bragging about it soon). As with a lot of things in life, the honeymoon period of something new and exciting expires pretty quickly - and the details of reality slowly start to[…]
If you've been keeping up with anyone at Sequence lately (and seriously, who's not following us on Twitter these days?) you probably know that we've been in the midst of our worst event yet. Normally it takes quite a bit for me to complain about an event, but this one is large, it's thankless, and[…]
FULL DISCLOSURE: I hated EVERY party I had growing up. Ironically, my parties were THE hot topic at the school bus stop year after year. The anticipation would start to build right after the new year. People whispered and contemplated: What would be the theme, fun inventive activity, award[…]
Last January, at my first official Sequence event, I was going through protocol just like I always had at this particular event. I had worked with this client several times before, had executed this event at the same venue for a few years now. It felt somewhat like old hat.
It's that time again, folks. That's right, Award Show season!!! Not only is the team here at Sequence working on an array of trophy-hocking celebrations, but the entire world is preparing for the most anticipated night of the year, the Oscars. The pre-game shows, also known as "The Golden Globes"[…]
People ask me all the time, "What do you love about being in the event industry?" Sure, there are the obvious answers which include interaction with people, collaboration, travel, creativity and the constant change in projects. But my favorite, most unexpected answer to this common question is: the[…]
Video game athletes have probably never been made better than Tecmo Bo (Jackson), though you can't say the same about the graphics. When I was growing up, I was a self-confessed reset button pusher. It started out on Nintendo during games of RBI Baseball and Tecmo Super Bowl. It then got really[…]