Technical Producing Group provides full production services for the entertainment industry, specializing in technical production and management. What distinguishes us from the competition is we listen closely to what our clients are telling us and do not assume what they need.  We work with an intense scrutiny to details, careful planning and budgeting while making sure our clients get what they actually need.  We consider the artistic goals of an event to guide the technical side, it can't just work it has to look, feel and be right.  Experiential campaigns, product launches, press events, and galas are just a few of the various projects that we tackle each year, we like to keep our work varied to stay sharp and on-top of emerging technologies and trends.

Founder and principal of Technical Producing Group, Aaron Mason has a varied background in the entertainment industry, which brings a unique multi disciplinary approach to any project. His background includes design and production for theatre, television, experiential events and corporate staging. He draws on this extensive experience to generate ideas that move concepts from the drawing board to reality in a fast-paced, and result-driven manner.

Aaron is a Technical Producer whose experience and passion for events of magnitude, complexity, and moving parts, brings unique value to any project. He has used those talents to technical produce live events for the likes of Porsche, Ferrari, Chevrolet, Beats by Dre, Samsung, Nokia, Dell, P&G, and Nike.  

Jessica R. Shaw is a technical producer who brings her detailed-oriented eyes to every event. Notable shows include Grand Central Terminal Centennial Celebration, VERA by Validas at the UN, Beautiful Spring Fashion by Ralph Lauren at the Hearst Tower, and Time Warner Cable All-Star Break Press Event. Before joining TPG, Jessica worked on several projects in China including The Bubble Show at City of Dreams, American Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo 2010, and The Creators Project Beijing, presented by Vice Media and Intel. Jessica has a bachelor's degree in Drama from Tufts University with a concentration in lighting design.