SeaChanger Expands Sales Team

Largo, Florida (April 30, 2012) – Lighting industry veteran Stephen Ellison has joined SeaChanger as a Product Specialist for its SeaChanger architectural and theatrical lighting fixtures.

Stephen Ellison, SeaChanger Product Specialist

Ellison will provide sales and service support for the entire line of SeaChanger products, helping customers select the lighting equipment best suited to their production needs. The SeaChanger CYMG color changer attaches to the reflector housing of any Source Four Ellipsoidal to create dramatic lighting effects. It has been used to enhance standard lighting everywhere from theater and church productions to Broadway musicals, clubs and corporate events. Its line of Plasma and HMI lights are also widely used in museums, casinos and other architectural applications as well as television broadcast studios.

A strong addition to the SeaChanger team, Ellison brings deep knowledge in the areas of lighting design, systems engineering and technical training. Ellison holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Lighting Design & Technical Direction from North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, N.C.) and has over 30 years of industry experience. He has held positions in design, consulting, systems engineering, technical direction and production management.

To learn more about SeaChanger products, call 727.545.0741, contact Ellison at stephen.ellison@oceanthinfilms.com, or visit the SeaChanger website at www.SeaChangerOnline.com.

About SeaChanger

SeaChanger is a milestone in the evolution of theatrical lighting — SeaChanger is the CYMxG color changer for ETC Source Four Ellipsoidals. Through unique, patented processes, the ESTA, LFI, and NAB Mario Award winning SeaChanger yields the most robust and highest transmission dichroics available. Color, intensity and saturation of theatrical and studio lighting are controlled with unprecedented levels of precision and ease.

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