SenovvA Staff

K Lee Harvey


K Lee Harvey

CEO

They say that discovering and recruiting talent is one of the most important abilities in business. If anyone knows that, it’s SenovvA’s founder K Lee (Kevin) Harvey. Mr. Harvey has put together an amazingly talented and experienced design, management, and production teams and expanded beyond Los Angeles to New York, Toronto, San Francisco and Europe. His personal and extensive production experience doesn’t hurt either. Mr. Harvey’s career covers everything from theatrical tours, industrials, commercials, films, concerts and large-scale events, in hundreds of venues in over a dozen countries.

The live stage has always been Kevin’s first love. With SenovvA, he has been part of the Broadway producing team(s) for Tuck Everlasting, Something Rotten, Lucky Guy, Bring It OnAmerican Idiot and 2008’s hit [title of show]. Theatrically, he’s General Managed Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan for a successful 2+ year tour and New York engagement, in addition to the tours of Camelot, first starring Michael York and then Lou Diamond Phillips, and Happy Days, A New Musical created by Garry Marshall. Additionally, he served as the Production Supervisor for the Jesus Christ Superstar Tour starring Carl Anderson. Prior to SenovvA, Kevin’s Broadway resume includes Les Miserables, Cats, Chess, The Apple Doesn’t Fall directed by Leonard Nimoy, Starlight Express, and Smile.

Highlights of his numerous National and International Theatrical Tours: Sunset Boulevard, Les Miserables, Cats, West Side Story, The Martha Graham Dance Company and the farewell tour of The Odd Couple starring Jack Klugman and Tony Randall.

“We’ve brought together the best technicians, designers and managers in production today. and….. They are SenovvA!”

 

Frank McMinn


Frank McMinn

President

Frank McMinn’s loyalty to his clients is evident in every facet of his production philosophy. In return, his clients rely on him to elevate their productions from merely good to great.

During Frank’s illustrious 35-year career, he has worked with such clients as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, the Televised Academy Awards (21 years), the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Televised Emmys (15 years) and NBC (18 years). And this is merely a sampling.

Starting at AVW/Telav in the Dallas/Houston area, and by the age of only 24, Frank was head of their Sales Department. Frank then went on to AVHQ, where he started the Entertainment Department, and finished his tenure at AVHQ as Director of Sales. In the years just prior to SenovvA, Frank worked for Creative Technology as General Manager of the Los Angeles office. At Creative Technology, he managed a staff of 24 employees while creating their successful Entertainment Division. He left CT as Vice President of Entertainment.

 

Robert Balmet


Robert Balmet

Chief Operating Officer

Bringing over two decades of special event experience to SenovvA, Robert has worked in Operations, Production Supervision, as well as Project Management. His core competencies lie in the areas of theatrical, industrial, and large (and) small-scale special events.

Working as the Operations Manager for Masterpiece Productions he worked in many countries including England, France, Monaco, Germany and Mexico, with an impressive client list including, but not limited to, Taco Bell, Coca-Cola and 20th Century Fox.

Five years prior to starting SenovvA, Robert worked freelance in the United States as well as internationally. His experience includes: set and prop construction, audio and video supervision, tour management as well as overall event management. With experiences including the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the 2002 Salt Lake City and 2004 Athens Olympics, he has worked on events of the largest scale, managing large crews and budgets under extreme deadlines.

 

Dave Taylor


Dave Taylor

Vice President

Dave worked 15 years with AVHQ, ultimately becoming Director of Special Projects, where his expertise was in the areas of live video and technical direction, technical management, project management, stage management, large screen video projection and LED, video engineering, and CAD.

Before joining SenovvA, Dave spent a decade within the live entertainment industry as an independent Video and Technical Director and Technical Manager. His many skills include lighting and scenic design, scenic construction, audio systems and engineering, multi-image and film projection, multi-image programming, video projection, display and engineering, and installation design.

His credits include 24 years on the Academy Awards, 16 years on the Emmy Awards, as well as various Political Conventions, Olympic Ceremonies and Super Bowl Halftime shows. He has been the Technical Producer of the semi-annual Television Critics Association Press Tour for almost 20 years, and has been an integral part of the event since 1981. His impressive client list includes NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, HBO, Showtime, Discovery Networks, MTV, Turner Broadcasting, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and many other television clients. The non-broadcast clients include: Ford, Toyota, GM, Apple Computers, Microsoft, Intel, Sun Microsystems, and many more.

 

Arianna Knapp


Arianna Knapp

Vice President

In 2007, Arianna joined SenovvA’s team of Producers and in 2014, she joined the executive team as Director of Strategy & Communication. SenovvA’s work on Broadway; Tuck Everlasting, Something Rotten, SideshowHedwig and the Angry Inch, Lucky Guy, Bring it On, American Idiot, and [title of show] and off-broadway; Clever Little Lies, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard PelkyLangston in Harlem, Queen of Wyoming, and Fellowship! have been Arianna’s primary focus since joining the company.

She graduated from Boston University School for the Arts and is a former vice president of New England Theater Conference. She brought four shows to Scotland for the Edinburough Fringe Festival including two original musicals. Her work as video production supervisor brought her to The Ahmanson Theatre in LA, The Royal Alexandra in Toronto, Berkeley Rep in California, the Alliance in Atlanta, and Center Stage in Baltimore.

Arianna served as the Artistic Director of North Shore Music Theatre (NSMT) for three years, a 1500 seat regional arena theater in Beverly, Massachusetts. In 2013 she also served as the Interim Artistic Director at the historic Theatre by the Sea in Rhode Island. She was Co-Executive Producer on Samsung’s CES Press Conference in 2015 and 2016.

A passion for creative opportunities, and enthusiasm about the shape and direction technology is bringing to culture, are the driving force behind the SenovvA approach to collaboration.

 

Dave Crainford


Dave Crainford

General Manager | SenovvA Canada, ULC

Dave brings 12 years of experience conceiving, managing, and producing live events ranging from national sales meetings and product launches to high-stakes, multi-city roadshows. His vigorous production management experience and ability to adapt to constantly changing deadlines and deliverables, enables him to create and manage events that far exceed his client’s expectations. Throughout his years of producing events, Dave has mastered the ability to develop and execute productions in numerous cities and venues across North America, the Caribbean and Europe.

 

P. Michael Anderson


P. Michael Anderson

VP, SenovvA Advanced Development Projects

Many projects start out as a simple sketch on napkin; others are simply a three-sentence concept; others yet, a 400 page specification. All start out as an idea that needs to go from the ethereal to the real. “Design requires development, otherwise its just an idea”  Paul is the talent who makes that happens, with spectacular results.

Paul was the founding partner of Avatar Media Design and still uses the simple tagline of “evolving context into content” for production design and content management. Paul is a 28+ year veteran Technical Director and Production Designer of corporate, social, and entertainment events, activations and immersive experiences. He has provided technical direction, production and experiential design, and event management services to such corporations as General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Google, YouTube, Qualcomm, Sun Microsystems, as well as hundreds of corporate, social, and special events in Europe, China, Australia and the Middle East.

Paul is a graduate of UC San Diego with a degree in Human Information Processing and Mass Media effects.  His experience runs the gamut from designing social and multinational productions, user experience centers, and being a stage and studio musician. He is as at home calling a large international stage show, as he is sitting behind a CAD workstation in the design studio on a remote northwest island, or when pulling it all together from 36,000 ft “somewhere over anywhere.”

Paul is also a nationally published technical illustrator, and is in demand as a speaker, trainer and technology consultant. he is also an active member/advisor of the INVENT institute, SEGD, AIGA, and DENT The Future Organizations.

 

Curtis Kelly


Curtis Kelly

Executive Business Development

Call him old fashioned, but Curtis still believes in picking up the phone over sending an email or text. His approach to every project begins with the goal of clarifying a client’s vision through exceptional communication, discovering a common language that bridges the gap between their inspiration and the technical reality. The end result is an empowered client and team, armed with the essential information to make unified decisions for a mutually successful project.

As the Lead, Systems Design Group, Curtis ensures continuity between the client’s vision and technical integration for project design, build and completion.

Curtis has over 30 years experience in live sound, live corporate productions and concert touring, live audio system design, live audio visual production, commercial media systems integration and design, design/build, system installation and commissioning.

As the AV designer and integrator for the Air Force One Pavilion, Discovery Center, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, which won a Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) award for Best Educational Experience, Curtis realized his true passion for collaborative sensory innovation, which naturally led him to SenovvA.

Other career highlights include: Audio Engineer for Yanni World Tours, including the acclaimed concerts, Live at the Acropolis, Live at the Taj Mahal, India, and Live at the Forbidden City, Beijing, China.

Curtis is proud of the relationships he has maintained within his industry, including clients Purina Mills, Land O’ Lakes, Carlson Wagonlit, Intel Developers Forum, the NFL Experience at the Superbowl, and his longest standing client, Anthony Robbins, for whom he has done his live audio design and mixing since 1991.

 

Peter Waxdal


Peter Waxdal

Director | Systems Group

Peter has been passionately engaged in his work for 20 years with a single objective: to create the container that artists will fill with their vision. Peter is not a lighting designer. He is not an actor or a dancer. He is a creator of unique entertainment venues.

Peter started his career in entertainment as a stagehand in theater. Since that genesis, he’s been an audio operator, a stage manager and a production manager for regional and Off-Broadway live performances. For the last decade he’s built entertainment lighting and control systems for theaters, TV stations, houses of worship and corporate facilities, from coast to coast.

Peter brings performance and construction experience to SenovvA Systems Design Group. Looking ahead to a project’s requirements, not tomorrow or next week but next month helps to prevent delays and or complications. Peter is primed, organized and enthusiastic with any project he’s involved with.

Peter has managed build outs of entertainment facilities spanning the globe in locations ranging from North America to Baghdad.

 

Marcus Irwin


Marcus Irwin

Director | Production Group

Marcus received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Television/Radio at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He soon began his video career as an intern in the newsroom at KNBC in Burbank, California. His next move was working at the Home Shopping Club as a Master Control Operator, Cameraman, Editing Assistant, and with the ENG crew.

Marcus was then hired at Audio Visual Headquarters (AVHQ) as a Video Engineering/Projection/Video Playback Technician, responsible for the installation and operation of live event video systems. Marcus facilitated countless events with many of the industries premier producers and directors.

After leaving AVHQ, Marcus established himself as a video director, technical director, systems designer, and engineer as an independent contractor. His 10+ years experience in the freelance market found him on numerous corporate, broadcast, and live event projects including: Fox Sports West (International Soccer), Sony Consumer Entertainment, Bugs on Broadway, Microsoft, Trade Shows Auto Shows, Product Launches and more.

Since joining SenovvA in 2008, Marcus’ clients have included: NBC Special Events (Infronts), DreamWorks, Ellen DeGeneres (50th Birthday Party, Las Vegas Comedy Show, Ellen’s Really Big Show, and Ellen’s Even Bigger Really Big Show), the MTVMovie Awards After Party, PLAY! A Videogame Symphony (World Tour), E3 for Sony, TCA Press Tour, Mind & Life Institute (the Dali Lama Project), AMGEN Canada, Leo Pharma, and Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Viewing Party.

Marcus’ most recent projects have include: Time Warner Cable Studios Super Bowl Activation in New York City, the McDonalds 365 Black Awards in New Orleans, the 2014 Emmys Media Center, and lead Producer for the 2014 Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Viewing Party.

 

Bill Sage


Bill Sage

Account Executive | Branch Manager

In 2014, Bill joined SenovvA as Account Executive, adding his considerable experience in sales, business development, customer relations, and production management to the Systems Design Group. Bill is a San Francisco Bay Area native who possesses a wealth of local knowledge and valuable contacts.

He started his professional career working with local Bay Area bands before taking an engineering position with San Francisco’s pioneering production company, McCune. The prospect of bigger and brighter opportunities eventually lured Bill to Southern California, where he began a long career with Delicate Productions, working on a multitude of shows and events including The Black Crowes, Natalie Cole and the NFL Experience. In 2003 he took on the management of the company’s sales division, and over the next decade built a solid customer base and a strong AV installation business, with project highlights such as the TEA award winning interactive critical thinking lab in The Discovery Center at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library; audio and lighting systems at two historic Californian theatres – The Fox Theatre in Redwood City and The Uptown Theatre in Napa Valley; a new audio system for Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts in Arizona; and Crestron controlled classrooms at California State University Channel Islands in Camarillo, California.

Bill returned to his beloved Bay Area in 2012, taking on a new role and gaining valuable skills in estimating, contract negotiation and document management for public works and major sporting arena projects. He has applied these skills to major projects including the paging system and tower renovation at San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 3; Los Angeles Dodgers stadium audio renovation; and the mass notification system installation at the Port of San Francisco’s new cruise ship terminal.

Joining SenovvA has reunited Bill with many trusted and respected colleagues. He is thrilled to be a member of the team and looks forward to playing his part to expand and develop opportunities for SenovvA in San Francisco and beyond.

 

Walt De Jong


Walt De Jong

Technical Producer | 3D Projection Engineer

Walt brings over 27 years of multimedia staging, theatrical, and digital cinema experience to SenovvA.

Walt’s career began at Plummer Auditorium in the Orange County area and by the age of 21 he attained the job of Technical Director. While working at Plummer Auditorium, he worked as a freelance Lighting Designer to Los Angeles and Orange County theater/ dance groups. Since 1999, Walt has worked as a Technical Director at Disney’s El Capitan Theatre, as Director of Production & Building Operations at the Orange County Performing Arts Center, and as an independent Technical Director for DreamWorks SKG.

Walt has worked as Technical Director at the Cannes Film Festival, the 2002 Olympic Torch Relay, and numerous domestic and international premieres, screenings, and special projects for major studios, including DreamWorks, Paramount Pictures and Disney. He has also overseen general sessions and keynote presentations for Intel & Microsoft and Pfizer/Wyeth Pharmaceutical. Walt’s experience includes producing screenings in unusual venues, such as a 3,000-year-old Greek amphitheater, as well as a 5,000-seat concert venue in Tokyo, Japan.

Walt specializes in 3D digital cinema projection engineering using RealD, Dolby 3D, and XpanD systems. He has extensive expertise designing high profile events using three-dimensional CAD modeling.

 

Scott Kellogg


Scott Kellogg

Producer

A native Californian, Scott’s early experience in theater production, stage performance and studio recording allowed him to progress into various technical management positions where he designed, lead and executed hundreds of staged events in the Western United States for Swank Audio Visuals.

Following his role as Area Manager for the South San Francisco Bay Area, Scott relocated to Dubai as Regional Director for PSAV to launch and lead the Middle East operations in the UAE & Qatar, recruiting over 70 full-time staff to serve numerous 5-star luxury hotels and corporate events over a 5 year span.

A graduate of Concordia University, Irvine with BA in Business Management & Marketing, Scott brings 13+ years of technical, management and business development experience to SenovvA’s Systems Design Group to expand client service offerings, incorporate solution driven designs with a production approach and enhance the way people interact and engage technology in ways never thought possible.

 

Vince Pecchi


Vince Pecchi

Producer, Content Design & Management

Vince brings over 21 years of production experience along with the skills of a multidisciplinary designer to SenovvA. His experience includes film production, live event production, graphic/web design, and AutoCAD draftsmanship. While the range of his skills are vast, Vince’s passion is in brand identity design, content creation, website development and pixel perfection.

In his 8 year tenure in the film industry, Vince was a member of IATSE Local 600 and worked for clients such as Viacom, Warner Bros., and Spelling Entertainment. Vince has served long-term clients such as Four Seasons, Mercedes-Benz, The Elton John Aids Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party, CTN Animation Expo, and THQ as producer and technical director. Additional projects include editorial work on SenovvA’s promotional trailer and documentary exposing large scale projection mapping at Ultra Music Festival 2012. His current roles with SenovvA include content manager, webmaster, brand manager and event producer.

Vince is a graduate of Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara with a BA in Motion Picture/Video. His experience compliments the unique landscape of the SenovvA team. He lives by the motto “Love what you do & you’ll never have to work a day in your life!”

 

Tanny van Ligten


Tanny van Ligten

Producer

Tanny brings more than 30 years of combined creative and technical experience from throughout the United States as well as internationally. Tanny is a natural collaborator who thrives on bringing people’s creative inspirations to life. Tanny started his career at the academic level in architecture but quickly discovered his passion for tele-production and live event staging. In addition to countless engagements as Technical Director, Tanny has been Video Director for various musical groups, promotional and music videos, educational programming, and corporate entities. His study of architecture has served him well, alternately in the role of second stage designer for corporate theater, educational classes, and live entertainment venues.

Tanny is trusted by clients ranging from Big Pharma to Fiduciaries; Automotive to Entertainment; as well as Educational to Special Live Events. His clients have included: General Motors, Disney Imagineering, Honda Motors, Philip Morris, Consumer Technology Association, Cisco, Miller/Coors, Harrah’s Entertainment, Time Inc, L’Oreal, Washington Mutual, FOX , CW, AIPAC, ALIS, BioGen, and the Superbowl.

Tanny holds a Bachelors Degree in Telecommunications from San Diego State University, as well as an Associates Degree in Television Production from Palomar College. When he’s not coordinating or directing or framing a client’s vision and message through the video lens, you’ll find him traveling the world, framing the human experience through the lens of a still camera.

 

Steve Nider


Steve Nider

Producer

Steve has accumulated over 40 years of producing and planning corporate meetings, concerts & special events. His background as a key member of large-scale concert production teams, gave him the opportunity to tour with some of the top names in the music industry, including recording artists such as: The Eagles “Hell Freezes Over Tour”; Michael Jackson’s “Victory Tour”; Mariah Carey; Bonnie Raitt; Jackson Browne; Foreigner; and Aerosmith, to name a few.

Steve has further developed his skill-set as a Certified Meeting Planner (CMP), through the CMP program sanctioned by the Convention Industry Council (CIC), and sponsored by Meeting Professionals International (MPI). Thus expanding his many years of on-the-road concert production experience toward producing high-end corporate events, trade shows and more.

Since joining SenovvA in 2013, Steve has worked collaboratively with OSK/Mercedes Benz, Killingsworth Presentations, and AgustaWestland‘s Exhibit Booth for Heli-Expo 2013 and 2014. He has a proven track record of success in supporting his clients, while smoothly integrating union labor, local staffs, and technology professionals into productions.

 

Brian Tracy


Brian Tracy

Producer

Brian brings two decades of unflinching professional ability in creative and technical fields to SenovvA. He studied fine art in New England and worked as a video technician in his home state of Rhode Island for Indigo Design Group working with Hasbro, Met Life and others. When it became clear that he wanted a bigger, warmer, and new environment, he moved west to Los Angeles.

He quickly became a great resource to SenovvA. His creative approach to technical solutions, along with his ability to share a client’s vision, has made him invaluable to the annual EJAF Oscar Viewing Party. As Project Manager with SenovvA’s band of multi-disciplinary wizards, he handles LA-based corporate clients like Capitol Records and NBC/Universal. He returned to the East Coast this past winter to project manage the partner floors of the TWC Studios Super Bowl Activation.

He may prefer the title God of Hellfire, but his coworkers and clients know him as the detail-oriented-problem-solver who delivers technology with vision.

 

Fred Jacobo


Fred Jacobo

Project Manager

Fred is a take-charge guy who believes the job is not done until the expectations of the client are met and exceeded.

As Project Manager for SenovvA, Fred not only manages the daily operation of multiple ongoing projects, but he also anticipates potential problems, effectively communicates with the necessary teams and facilitates the timely (and often cost-saving) resolution. His proactive nature and strong leadership gives his clients full confidence that SenovvA will complete their project on time and always with their best interest.

Fred first started his professional career straight out of high school when he volunteered for service with the US. Marine Corps. Little did he know that this decision would be the foundation for the rest of his life, giving him the tools to handle any situation. Fred later earned a degree in Architecture, but it was through his side job as a residential audio/video installer, that he used to support his way through college, where he found his true passion for creating user experiences. Fred is proud when he sees his clients enjoying the innovative interactive technology that his team has created for them.

Fred brings to SenovvA more than 15 years of experience working with high profile residential and commercial clients like TransPak, Apple, Dreyer’s Ice Cream, Carlos Santana’s Maria Maria’s Restaurants, Chris Webbers Center Court and most recently, YouTube’s Brand Lab.

 

Michael Scheliga


Michael Scheliga

IT Manager

As a chief engineer and Systems Project Manager, Michael is in a class by himself. His specialties are project management and engineering oversight of integrated video systems for permanent installations and engineering support and production management for live events.

Put in simple terms; Michael works on such high profile, high octane projects as the Academy Awards “Oscar” telecasts, television’s “The Marriage Ref”, Broadway’s “American Idiot”, past Emmy Awards telecasts. Needless to say, this means that Michael has managed a wide variety of projections for live and taped broadcast shows, worked with large blended screens, color matched large numbers of screens/projections in the same venues, along with trouble shooting and problem solving projectors, signal paths, and support equipment.

 

Ian Strimple


Ian Strimple

Project Manager

Ian brings 17 years of theatrical and live event production experience to our New York office team. Born and raised in Oklahoma, he graduated from Oklahoma City University, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Theatre. Prior to joining SenovvA, Ian had spent 10 years involved with production at the US Open in Flushing, NY.

As a Project Manager specializing in LED technology, he incorporates his Eagle Scout, “Be Prepared” motto into every project. Whether he’s working on Broadway, in a local theater, a national tour or a corporate event, this exceptional work ethic and attitude is what has made Ian a skilled leader and a valuable asset to SenovvA.

 

Coty Shipe


Coty Shipe

Project Manager

As Systems Engineer, Coty brings a fresh perspective to SenovvA’s Systems Group. Early in his career as a technical director for the international mission organization, The Continental Singers, Coty was introduced to Camarillo-based touring / AV company, Delicate Productions. A healthy business relationship developed and eventually Coty became a project manager for the Delicate Electronic Sales – Audio Visual installation team. In his six years at Delicate, Coty’s skills grew from project management to systems design.

Joining SenovvA’s Systems group in 2013, Coty took his experience as an AV contractor to a new level. Expanding his education and technical skills as an audio DSP programmer including Bi-Amp, BSS, and QSYS and his experience with AMX and Crestron control systems, he has recently earned Infocomm’s CTS and CTS-D credentials (Certified Technology Specialist Designer). Additionally, his advanced skills in CAD and other graphical visualizations software make him a unique asset to the Systems team.

Coty’s project experience has ranged from churches, nightclubs and theaters to conference rooms, experience centers and museums including the Historic Lobero Theater, Santa Barbara, and the Discovery Center Education Simulator, Reagan Library, Simi Valley.

 

Lauren Sheridan


Lauren Sheridan

Lauren has designed, built, and deployed web-based products for close to 20 years. Since graduating from UC Davis, where she studied Design and Managerial Economics, Lauren has worked on projects for Shutterstock, Gensler, Wells Fargo, HP, Intel, McAfee, Maxim Integrated, Intersil, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Health, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, the University of Technology in Sydney, and Stanford University. In her free time, Lauren created Surveyor, an iPhone-based application designed to streamline the process of auditing physical spaces in environments such as hospitals, health-care campuses, retail stores, and universities. The app is tied to EAMS (Environmental Asset Management System) – a custom, cloud-based management system that she developed.

Her work at SenovvA has been seen at the Reagan Presidential Library and on a number of architectural installations in Silicon Valley.

Lauren served as the San Francisco Chapter Chair of SEGD and has served on the board of AIGA SF as the Programming Co-Chair.

 

Daniel White


Daniel White

Producer

Daniel has devoted his career at the nexus of live events and experiential marketing. He spent eleven years coordinating concerts and festivals in the New York region and has brought that expertise to the world of agency activations for luxury and consumer product brands. Daniel has collaborated with agencies contracted to Van Clef and Arpels, Tiffany & Co, Lancome, L’Oréal and Sperry Top-Sider amongst others. He has produced more than half a dozen national tours blending concert production with events. Daniel has also managed the production side of conferences, concerts, galas, pop-ups, award shows and art festivals throughout North America.

Daniel brings a knowledge of industry trends, cultural Zeitgeist and technological developments to help create zero fail solutions for clients looking to connect with audiences beyond the reach of the typical interactive toolkit.

 

Robert Ingram


Robert Ingram

Project Manager

In executing creative vision in the dense, competitive environment that is New York, Rob is unflinching. The embodiment of SenovvA’s commitment to results orientation, Rob has delivered timely, customized, creative solutions relentlessly and with passion, as project manager for years. His calm under pressure is unquestionable; Rob is a 20-year veteran volunteer Fire and EMS service. He brings the efficiency of a first responder mentality to every project.

Educated in Theatrical Design and Production, Rob draws upon his skills as video systems engineer, production electrician, audio engineer, and production manager to fit squarely within SenovvA’s expert cross-disciplinarian company culture. He supplements production skills with pre-production and creative capabilities such as lighting and sound design and CAD drafting and rendering skills.

Over the years, Rob has been involved in prominent productions such as the Official NYC Memorial Ceremony on the 10th and 11th Anniversaries of 9/11, several Mercedes Benz press events, President Obama’s Neighborhood Inaugural Ball, The Washington National Opera, The Washington National Ballet, and many more prestigious occasions.