Join US Event Photos host and lead photographer Mike Gatty as he takes a quick peek at life on the road as an event professional. Mike travels about 80 flights a year, and stays in a hotel about 1/3 of his life. Join him as he shares his best tricks to save money, score better rooms, and travel well.
- 21MayRead More
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With OMICRON infection rates plummeting across the country, US Event Photos Lead Photographer Mike Gatty takes a look at the event industry and travel across the country. Live from Greenville, SC and Bassmasters 2022, Mike explores how COVID continues to impact events and travel as we move into a new phase of the pandemic.
- 21JanRead More
Introducing the THIS is LGBTQ+ Miami, Podcast and VLOG. Produced by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau, host Mike Gatty will introduce you to some of Miami's greatest personalities -- and showcase the city as a premier LGBTQIA+ travel destination.
- 20JanRead More
Introducing the THIS is LGBTQ+ Miami, Podcast and VLOG. Produced by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau, host Mike Gatty will introduce you to some of Miami's greatest personalities -- and showcase the city as a travel destination.
- 11JanRead More
According to the LA Times, it is possible to be infections with OMICRON before testing positive for the virus. Event planners should not rely solely on negative PCR or Lateral Flow testing to keep attendees safe. Mike also takes a look at isolation periods after testing positive.
- 26NovRead More
Host Mike Gatty sits down with Sam & Jose, a cute married gay couple living out loud in Orlando, FL. Their journey as a couple -- an epic, 2.5 year marriage proposal via YouTube, a live streamed wedding, starting their own VLOG Podcast -- serve as a backdrop to highlight Orlando as a premier LGBTQIA travel destination.
- 13NovRead More
While cases rose 10% in the United States over the past two weeks, hospitalizations remain steady. Mike examines if we're moving into a new phase of the pandemic, where higher case numbers reflect less severe illness and may result in fewer future disruptions to events and event planning.