Meet The Team
Our Las Vegas-based team of lighting experts has decades of experience in the business and have worked on events of all shapes and sizes. Take advantage of our expertise for your next event and make it memorable.
Lew started in the lighting business the 1980s New Jersey club scene. He moved to power distribution for large stadium shows such as Pink Floyd, Bon Jovi, Modena, Grateful Dead, Bob Dillon, U2. Lew found his calling in the production manager role at prism lighting in New York. He serviced venues like the Beacon Theater, Madison Square Garden, The Roseland Ballroom and Rockefeller Center.
“I’ve always loved this business because of the creativity involved, the new events, new places, New people you get to deal with on a day-to-day basis.”
Jeffrey Yukelson grew up in the Los Angeles area and began working in the entertainment industry at a very early age. He worked on productions for stage, nightclubs, concerts, and television, including the Grammy Awards and the Oscars. In 2009, he helped open the convention department at Aria Hotel. While there, he was involved with all aspects of show production, while his forte remained in lighting. In 2015, he left Aria to pursue opportunities in the lighting field & co-founded SDG.
“I love this business because I get to see my creations come to life”
Concerts & Touring
Concerts & Touring
Starting his career as a musician. “JJ” knows what its like to be in the spotlight. He decided to give production a shot. Starting a local booking and promotion company at just 17. JJ became the youngest crew supervisor for Rhino Staging, Stage Managing for Major music Festivals, A2/monitor technician for The Wynn, and project manager for Showtech Event Management. “JJ” decided to pursue lighting & Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas was his first job as Lighting Director. This led to an international tour with acts like The Lumineers, Imagine Dragons and Ryan Adams.
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