Since 2000, Entire Productions provides entertainment, lighting, sound, and staging for social and corporate events in the San Francisco Bay area as well as all over the world.

See some of our clients and what they have to say about us.

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Natasha Miller

Founder/Creative Director

Natasha started Entire Productions in 2000, and has been booking talent for special events, producing corporate-sponsored concert series, handling publicity, and serving as a marketing and production consulting service ever since.

She is a classically trained violinist, accomplished songwriter and jazz vocalist. You might have caught her at the Monterey Jazz Festival, headlining at Yoshi’s, and performing in Teatro Zinzanni's Cabaret Lunatique. She is a recording artist on the Poignant Records label, with 6 critically acclaimed CD’s under her belt. Natasha has had the honor of having her songs placed in feature films as well as on jazz radio stations all over the world.

Natasha has been the recipient of the Business & Professional Women "Women of Achievement in the Arts" award as well as the "Entrepreneur of the Year" award designated by the Alameda Chamber of Commerce.

Natasha loves to head out to the beach in the morning for walks, jogs, or the occasional hula-hooping session. She never turns down an invitation for a sail on the San Francisco bay. Natasha is a voracious reader of well-written fiction and biographies, keeping her up till the wee hours of the morning.

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Kelsey Pavao

Production Manager

Kelsey was born and raised in the Bay Area and received her Bachelor’s degree from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo with a major in Recreation, Parks and Tourism with a focus in Event Management and a Business minor. Before coming to work for Entire Productions Kelsey completed internships with V. Sattui Winery and California Host. Kelsey is a woman of many talents: she keeps us all organized in the office, she’s a killer writer, and she can even straighten her hair without a mirror! Always happy to trek up to wine country, Kelsey is our resident wine lover, and don’t even get her started on cheese. Just don’t challenge her to a game of Sudoku or a bake-off, you’re sure to lose!

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Bree Brooks

Account Executive

Adding another Bay Area native to the group, Bree grew up in San Jose before heading off to San Diego where she graduated from SDSU and started her career in events and promotions in the radio industry. Not being able to stay far from family for too long she returned to the Bay Area. Her creativity and killer personality is what brought her to work for Entire Productions. When Bree walks into a room you can feel her energy and you can most certainly hear her voice; she’ll talk your ear off if you let her! When she’s not socializing you can spot Bree in her gym attire heading to the gym or hitting the great outdoors for a run on the Marina, hikes, or stairs! If you’re looking for her kryptonite just say the word Froyo.

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Eileen Murphy Tomei


Eileen is a nice Irish girl (San Francisco native) who is married and has two teenaged sons. She lives near San Francisco's famous "crookedest" street, hates cucumbers, works out daily and likes to lunch with the Entire Productions staff. (Eating is a major activity at our office). She was an energetic part of the winning scavenger hunt team "The City Slickers" during a recent ISES event. Fast on her feet, and quick of the mind, she keeps all of our numbers straight- both incoming and outgoing.


Dylan McIntosh

Director of A/V Services- Elevate Productions

Dylan McIntosh hails from a small town near Sacramento called Shingle Springs. Starting early and hard at 17, he has been a drummer in the electronica band BLVD touring constantly as well as working in the studio engineering and producing. He has played for and/or produced over 300 events in his career from live sound to productions management lighting. The last album he produced spent 23 weeks on the CMJ hip-hop charts, and in late 2009, he recorded an album with critically acclaimed producer Jeff Saltzman (The Killers, Fischerspooner, The Black Keys) He has recently mixed 3 albums for his father, a singer songwriter, Denes McIntosh.


It is our policy not to accept ‘hard-copy’ press kits, CD’s, or other promotional materials from artists. Instead, we request that you send all information to us digitally.

We suggest as well, that our clients utilize our website for viewing and considering our talent for their events. As a courtesy, we provide a printable page for each artist profile, but ask that you don’t print these pages unless absolutely necessary.

We strive to maintain a ‘paperless’ business as much as possible and recycle at every opportunity. Go Green!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you carry liability insurance?
Yes! We carry a $1,000,000 liability policy and will be happy to provide a proof of insurance certificate upon request.

Do you provide references?
References from recent clients are available any time upon request. We love what we do, and we love our clients!

Which areas do you serve and do you travel?
We serve all areas of Northern California, from Napa Valley in the north, to Big Sur in the south, Tahoe and Sacramento, and everywhere in between. We also program events all over the world, sourcing and qualifying and managing talent where your event is. We've had great success around the globe from Monte Carlo to the Cayman Islands, Hawaii and Paris.

Do you have a "backup plan" for your talent/bands/musicians in case of emergency or sickness?
Should an emergency or car accident occur, or your talent becomes ill on or before the day of the event we will notify you immediately and recommend similar talent. All information about your event will be relayed to the replacement.

Do you have backup equipment/sound systems on call in case of an emergency or equipment failure?
All of our equipment is serviced regularly and often we bring in extra gear in case of any problems. If, for some reason, equipment is not working properly, a backup will be delivered to the event.

When do you arrive to set up an event?
Our talent will be arriving 1-1.5 hours in advance- sufficient time to set up and prepare for the event start time. If an event is more detailed and requires more set up/ preparation time, we are happy to arrive early to ensure a successful event for an additional fee.

What will the artists wear?
For equipment load in and breakdown, our talent will be dressed casually. For the actual event, they will change into an outfit to fit the general style of the event. Specific requests for attire will be honored.

Can we meet the talent in person before the event?
Most of our clients find that the information we provide in the artists profile is sufficient, as well they trust our recommendation. However, we will suggest times where you can see live musicians/bands or other talent perform if you like. Conversations with the talent can be arranged by phone/email or in select cases, we can bring the talent in to our office for you to meet with.

What are your booking/payment terms?
In order to book and reserve our talent, we must receive your signed contract and 50% (of your event total) deposit by the deposit due date. The remaining balance is due one week prior to the event date in order to confirm the event. **All events booked within one month of the event date require the full event balance paid within one week of the event date.

What forms of payment do you accept?
Entire Productions accepts checks or Credit Cards (credit card payments incur a 3% fee).

What is your cancellation policy?
If you cancel your event after we receive your signed contract/deposit, the client will forfeit the entire deposit amount, which will be used as a "kill fee" for the artist.

What is your overtime policy?
Your contract will state the cost of each overtime hour. Overtime is payable to our office by the next business day.

Is it customary to tip?
Our talent is paid well, but if you feel the talent does a great job, gratuities are always greatly appreciated, but never expected.

How many people are in a string quartet? (You'd be amazed at how many times we've been asked that in the past)
Four. A string quartet is typically comprised of 2 violinists, a violist, and a cellist.

What if I have a question that I don't see listed here?
No problem! Just ask us!