John Hubler


John Hubler is a seasoned professional and has been a recognized leader in the audiovisual industry for more than 30 years. His impressive breadth of experience in audiovisual production, technical direction and event management have made him a top producer for JSP, for whom he has attracted high profile government, corporate, consumer, non-profit, foundation and entertainment clients, both domestically and abroad.

John has directed the audiovisual production for an impressive list of American and international clients, including: The National Asphalt Pavement Association, Junior Chamber International (World Congress), US Southern Command, Visa International, The Department of Education, Wal-Mart (Stockholder and Manager Conventions), The Fulbright Association, The George C. Marshall Foundation, Global Rights Partners in Justice, The Kennedy Krieger Institute, Woodley House, The World Environment Center, The World Wildlife Fund and Black & Decker. He has also worked with bands such as Motley Crue, Poison, New York Dolls, Candlebox, the Oak Ridge Boys, Bad Company, Black Stone Cherry, the Nighthawks, Shooter Jennings, Edgar Winter, Kix, Elvin Bishop, Brian Setzer and Blue Oyster Cult.

He has directed events for public speakers ranging from President Bush and former Secretary of State Colin Powell, to Julie Andrews, Robert Redford and Mother Teresa. Award-winning film producer and documentary-maker Ken Burns recently sought his technical expertise. John oversees the audiovisual production for VFW’s Annual Convention and their Legislative Conference in Washington DC every year.

Internationally, John has produced and supervised audiovisual events in Cannes, France; Pusan, South Korea; Panama; and Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

After obtaining his certification in Advanced Audio Engineering in 1989, John began refining his professional skills in the hotel and hospitality industry. He served as Director of Audio Visual Services for the Bethesda Hyatt, the ANA Hotel, the Hyatt Regency Crystal City, the Washington Hilton and Towers, the Mayflower Hotel and the Doubletree Hotel in Philadelphia.