Access TCA has added two design professionals to its growing creative team: a new exhibit designer and a new graphic designer.
Bryon Thompson joins the company as the new exhibit designer and Brendan Duffey as the new graphic designer. Both work at the company headquarters in Boston.
“We’re thrilled to have Bryon and Brendan on board,” said Mike Yag, CEO and founder of Access. “Brendan and Bryon will be key contributors to what we deliver in video, 3D animation, exhibit design and motion graphics.”
With 15 years of experience designing exhibits for pharmaceutical and biotech clients, Thompson understands their unique requirements. He has also taught college courses in computer animation and illustration for the past 10 years, keeping him on the leading edge of changing graphic software. Thompson received a bachelor’s degree in industrial design at the University of Cincinnati.
Duffey is a true 21st-century, multimedia designer. He has created graphics, computer animation and videos for cable TV, video games and mobile devices. Duffey holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Parsons, the New School for Design in New York.
“Access is focused on our clients’ outcomes, not on specific products,” said Yag. “That means we have to be ready to deliver our clients’ messages in any medium. We haven’t just promised to do it. We’ve invested in the talent and technology to make it happen.”
|People on the Move|