The 2018 class of SCN’s The Nine features young AV professionals who are leading the way into the next iteration of the AV industry.
This go-getter started his career moving tables and chairs on a night shift, and he found that when more help was needed during the day, volunteers were rewarded.
Skewmorphism and visual noise aren’t just part of Mark Lozano’s vocabulary, but they encapsulate a unique and wholly modern vision for what a GUI should look like today.
Helms’ newly developed skills in audio and video display technology have led him to see the importance of proper AV design, and the practical uses for each product.
TJ DiQuollo speaks with amiable conviction about where we’re headed because he has actually worked on the types of projects we weren’t sure would ever happen.
Gregório is now immersed in some of the industry’s most engaging research in VR, paving the future of AV systems design.
Kirby’s portfolio takes the term "creative design" to a new level with projects like the Warner Brothers Studio Tour The Making of Harry Potter and Cirque du Soleil’s IRIS.
The Alvin Ailey stage manager turned AV project manager, “discovered a love of shepherding the creative process,” early on in life.
SCN caught up with nine leading young talents in AV to learn what has drawn them to the industry, and what’s motivating them to excel beyond their peers in their pursuit of audiovisual innovation.
An industrial designer with a fine arts background, Oronde Wright thinks in 3D and then draws beyond it into the dimension that gives an object meaning.
This one-time aspiring biologist walked onto his first AV jobsite as “the lowliest of lowly, green techs you could be,” for what he expected to be a temporary job.
Rebecca Sullins insists that she is just much more logical than she is artistic. As one of the top engineers at AVDB Group, she helps people create art and do business in a more logical manner.
The ultimate self-starter entrepreneur, Hooton owned his first sound rental company at the ripe age of 13.