Event Designer/ Choreographer

Rubi Nevarez 7/8

Even Designer/ Choreographer Description.

Event Designer:An event designer is someone who will design and execute an overall look for an event's like weddings, product launches, fashion shows, conferences, exhibitions, gala dinners. Some designers will also plan, consult and coordinate. overseeing and directing all aspects of a scenic décor project's planning, production and design - from conception, proposal creation and budgeting through project pre-production, installation and completion.


Choreographer: A Choreographer create,arrange, and teach original dances. Choreographers usually have a range of dances that they can create ex:Modern,Contemporary,hip hop, African, Bachata, Stomp etc.

Details

Event designer:

Education: CAD design program, Cert II & Cert III in Event planning and decorating

Earnings: $40,000-$90,000

Work locations: Banquet halls, backyards/homes, offices etc. All over the U.S depending on how far you can travel.

Work Schedule: Long hours no set schedule


Choreographer:

Education: not necessary, but must be a former dancer. Recommend that one has knowledge in different forms of dancing.

Earning: $33,670 and above.

Work Location: Dance studios, performance locations. Travels a lot.

Every Day: Depending on performances


Event Designer:

Skills required: Creative, Look at venues like a blank canvas, work with deadlines under pressure, organization, pays attention to detail.

Job Growth: The BLS expected an additional 8,800 job opportunities would be available, an increase of 16% over those available in 2008

Related jobs: Event producer, Event Manager, Event marketer.


Choreographer:

Skills required: Music/ Dance background.

Job Growth: Employment of dancers and choreographers is expected to grow 6 percent during the 2008-18 decade, more slowly than the average for all occupations.

Related jobs: Actors, Models, Dance company dancers etc.