Tiffany Hendren is a full-time FOH Engineer currently based out of St. Louis.
Performing and being in a band is what initially drove Tiffany into live music, but she realized that the combination of that passion and her interest in computers and engineering might just hold other options for her. After a few years in the military, she moved back to St. Louis and began searching for the right job in the industry.
The Pageant in St. Louis became Tiffany’s musical university. She learned every aspect including merch, production management, and ultimately, how to be an audio engineer. Throughout multiple nights of various acts she cut her teeth and eventually got her first touring gig with the band A Silent Film.
Multiple tours and many nights later, Tiffany has gone on to work with Alex Cameron, Betty Who, The Miracles, El Monstero: The Definitive Pink Floyd Tribute Experience, and more.
Finally, in 2015,Tiffany joined veteran Monitor Engineer Karrie Keyes as the co-director of Soundgirls.org, who’s mission is to inspire and empower young women and girls to enter the world of professional audio and music production while expanding opportunities for girls and women in these fields, and to share resources and knowledge through cooperation, collaboration, and diversity.
Soundgirls.org, Alex Cameron, The Pageant & Delmar Hall, Black Bear Americana Music Festival, Roadie Short Film, Roadie: A True Story (at least the parts I remember), Alan Rogan - Guitar Tech Tribute, John Kane: Pilgrims of Woodstock, The Last Seat in the House, David Dann: "Guitar King: Michael Bloomfield's Life in the Blues", John Joseph: The PMA EFFECT, www.theproductionacademy.com, Roadie Free Radio Merch, Samson Q2U Handheld Dynamic USB Microphone Recording and Podcasting Pack, ShowPro Beard Co., Napkin Sketch Stage, Event Runner Pro, Over the Bridge.org