Andy (The Professor)

Sound Engineer - When it comes to sound there is no one else like Andy. He can turn shit into chocolate!

With his amazing ears and attention to detail, Andy possesses all the necessary ingredients for a superb sound engineer.  A master prankster in his own right he is responsible for filling the lighting team’s rental car with over 1500 litres of bean bag material (what a sight), managing to move all of a motel room’s furniture into a bathroom before the occupant took the room (God knows how he got the keys), numerous vehicle pranks and countless other little gems, while having the uncanny ability to remain anonymous.

Also a great sport and always able to take any prank on the chin, but also possessing a great memory, he never forgets!

Gil Eva Craig (Monitor Engineer)

Gil not only is an awesome sound engineer, but a great studio engineer, bass player and classically trained guitarist. In fact Gil can probably play any instrument. Gil has done a number of tours with us now. How she manages to put up with smelly crew all the time is anybody's guess. Being the other half of Andy Craig, our sound engineer, Gil has learnt from the best and continues to impress us with her willingness to give us the perfect onstage mix every night. 

On the downside, being Andy’s wife, she is extremely accomplished in all manner of pranks, schemes and paybacks which makes her a not so likely target for a prank. So she gets off really lightly but we think that’s all about to change on this tour.

Don McCallum (‘The Don’)

We don’t call him ‘The Don’ for nothing. Don has been a vital part of the Pink Floyd Experience family for many years. He has a never-ending list of skills to draw from but, most importantly, he gets the gear to the gigs safely and on time, and he makes sure nothing falls out of the roof.

We celebrate ‘Don’ day every year in appreciation for one show when the rest of the crew were fogged in at an airport and he basically put the whole lighting rig up on his own! When you look up the word ‘LEGEND’ in the dictionary you will find a smiling picture of Don, saving the day wherever he might be!

Reef Reid (Photo and Media Guy)

Reef is a new addition in 2019 after joining us at a couple of shows on our 2017 Animals tour. Reef will be creating images from every aspect of the tour and dealing with the media. 

An experienced event photographer, Reef specialises in “ Live Music” and if you look closely, he can be seen creeping around popular venue stages and festivals, shooting local and international artists alike. When he isn’t photographing musicians, Reef also shoots sport, dance and everything else in between.

Rochelle Peters (Social Media Machine & Australian marketing)

Rochelle Peters is a huge part of our organisation and single handedly manages most of our social media machine and Australian marketing.

She tirelessly tries to answer every single question and comment while at the same time she is building this amazing community of PFE friends who are now meeting up before shows and attending sound checks etc. 

Rochelle unfortunately didn't stand a chance from day one. With her father Daz, a founding member, she was destined for some sort of unorthodox lifestyle, a penchant for Sultana Pasties and a job handling PFE's social media.

A passionate Floyd devotee & a caring soul, the Pink Floyd Experience has been a part of her life for 22 years which makes her perfect for the job.  She also doubles as our bouncer and security guard online and at shows. So don't be late! 

Glenn ‘G’ Border (Lighting Designer)

When he was 17 Glenn went on the road with his first band. He claims he is 107 now, so that makes him either really bad at maths, severely affected by Alzheimer’s, or a bloody liar.  It is true though, that at 17 Glenn went on the road to learn the lighting trade. Some years later he has finally figured out what colour ‘blue’ is. From these humble beginnings in a ratty, buggered old Morris truck, along with seven other smelly individuals and $5.00 per week wages (for stamps to send letters home asking for money) he somehow managed to get where he is today.  He still has no clue exactly where that is, but if he turns up for the show you will probably find him behind the lighting desk randomly pushing buttons in no particular order. The Pink Floyd Experience have managed to keep him with us and out of prison for about 14 years despite his yearning to start a miniature donkey breeding farm in Spain.

David Seaton (Lighting design and programming)

Lor’ luv a duck! David Seaton, born many years ago on da Dark Side norf ov da Equator ‘e’s been mainly theatre-based, workin’ on straight an’ not-so-straight plays, musicals an’ dance befawer a lightin’ career in  London’s West End in da 1980s and 90s. Many hours  spent’ samplin’ da finest ales aroun’da English Nashunal Opera an’da London Palladium. Know wot I mean?  e’s co-lightin’ designer an’ programmer fer dis one, recreatin’ da stunning looks fer each venue an’ dealin’ wiv random button pushes on da desk. He’n‘is liver are delighted ter be back once again fer mawer buntin’ an’ frolics wiv th’ Pink Floyd Experence. ’Nuff said, yeh?

Ferrit Daweasel (Lighting and Stuff)

Ferrit is part of the lighting team so usually does what ‘G’ tells him to do. He talks all the time and is generally telling variations of the same story to everybody in the Pink Floyd Experience whanau.  Ferrit is the class clown and team artist. Next time you stay in a hotel or motel have a look behind the paintings hanging on the wall. There’s a good chance you’ll see some of Ferrit’s handiwork!  Why Ferrit? Well, as the saying goes ‘anything is better than Ferret down your trousers’!

Warren Keene (video/camera guy)

Warren (Wazza) is the video/camera guy in control of camera switching and video images that everyone sees during the show, taking the audience on a visual journey through space and time. He has been active in the NZ music industry for 16 years working with some of the world’s best acts who tour through NZ each year.  Wazza’s love of Pink Floyd is as big as any big Floyd fan out there. He even got the opportunity to work on Roger Waters’ The Wall production which toured through NZ.  He can be seen sneaking around catering on a regular basis as all video guys like to do.

Craig Walsh (Video Creative Director)

We are very fortunate to have Craig on our video design team. He is responsible for creating and producing all the videos and graphics for the ‘Animals’ album on this tour.  Craig and his company “Craig and his company Front Row Productions’, based in Auckland, conceptualised  the 5x camera set up and got us all excited about introducing a lot more video elements to the show.

We know you will be impressed!  His website:

Chops, Weasley, Snitz and Chevy

Caleb Whittaker  |  Jacob Whittaker  |  Mitchell Cowley |  Chevy Feron

With both Chops & Weasley being Daz's sons & the other 2 being their mates, they were destined for a career in either the rock n roll industry or as employees at Griffins.  Chops did his first tour with us in 2017 & got the bug. He excelled not only as a follow spot operator but as a great team member on the road too. This made us decide to recruit some more young blood for the Wall show when we needed some slaves & minions. Also we needed some guys that couldn't drink us under the table.  These 3 new tour virgins plus Chops, have spent months learning the ropes & preparing for this & are now an integral part of the show.  They have blown us away with their work ethic & willingness to go the extra mile.  You will see for yourselves just what it is they bring to the show & we think you will be suitably impressed.

Neville (Gnometrician)

A self-confessed ‘cheeky little bugger’, Nev joined The Experience on our 10th Anniversary tour in 2007 after running away from his home in Invercargill.  Nev originally persuaded his mate Doc to accompany him on his new adventures, however Doc was such a wuss that he piked out at Timaru and returned to Invercargill early without seeing his 10th Anniversary contract out! Editor of the Pink Floyd Experience Blog and now the proud owner of his very own tech startup, Nevtech Gnometronics, Nev has supplied us with a wealth of autobiographical material – as much as the rest of the crew combined and far too much to post on this page. Read the full story here...


This product has been added to your cart