Episode 14: True Stories of an AV Entrepreneur

I am joined by all around technical A/V guru and entrepreneur Sean Schult. We talk about how he sold his first program when he was 12 years old, how he started doing A/V in high school as a DJ and doing sound production for plays, and today he has a full blown production company. We talk about the intersection of sound, ham radio, and the hacker community. Before we started the podcast, I told Sean about my dreams of owning a Zoom H6 recorder and he happened to have one that we test drove on this episode and now I will be getting one soon. We talk about how Sean got involved in the hacker community through his extracurricular activities in his youth and then his involvement DC414 in later years. He’s been volunteering with CypherCon since the beginning and provided the projection mapping for the Chill Space at this year’s CypherCon 4.0. You’ll hear all sorts of stuff from projection mapping to nostalgic stories of the early days of the internet.

About the Author
Kyle Puckhaber has a wide background from mitigating cyber-security threats, business to politics, and everything in between. He loves navigating through chaos to find customized solutions to problems. He is the CFO for the cyber-security startup Deeplight Systems. He is a philosopher at heart. As a contrarian, he questions conventional wisdom and experiments with alternative approaches to traditional problems. He enjoys travelling, the outdoors, and finding wisdom in travelers and nature. The first podcast he hosted is called Seeking Truth, which is an effort to find truth through the dialectic process.

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