Flynn

A promoter, DJ and musician himself, Flynn has performed at parties in excess of thousands of people, and is also the founder of the wildly popular NewYorkJedi.com. In the DVD release of the historical documentary of the sword, Reclaiming the Blade (May 09), the new Light Saber schools are sighted as being one of the modern organizations keeping the art of sword work alive, and making something new with it’s techniques.

CEO - FlynnFlynn is also a designer and builder of cutting edge DJ workspaces, Crestron powered homes and commercial buildings, recording & live performance audio systems, and automated living and home theatre environments. He has certifications in Crestron Home Automation and SystemBuilder, a slew of news interviews that span the NY Times, Wired Magazine, The Today Show, and more.

Flynn is a new breed of producer. Under the Thrills and Skills name, he has brought together many diversely talented artists in a wide range of settings to produce a slew of veried musical, community, and promotional projects. To name a few examples of our on-going productions, the New York Jedi has taught safe light saber stage combat to kids and adults since 2005, and by shear demand, SaberKids children’s classes, and the international Saberist Hub SaberWars.com were born. Most recently in celebration of the New York Comic ConThe METAVERSE is a Comic Convention fan community dance event. Powered Environments installs custom Touch Panel Integrated Automation systems, and the newest Live music review about to be launched, Flynn’s LIVE! Live Music with costume themed parties.

“I’m an audiophile by definition, but first and foremost, and in many respects, I’m simply a passionate artist. There’s so much to explore in the word of audio & video, as well as using technology not only as a communication medium, but as Art itself. I’m a DJ, Recording and Live Music Artist, Systems & Audio Engineer, Actor & Entertainer, even a Light Saber Choreographer and Stilt Dancer. When it comes to being creative, there’s so much to explore.”