13 Sep 2018

Industry experts join expanding Harry the hirer Productions


Industry experts join expanding Harry the hirer Productions

Harry the hirer Productions is proud to announce the arrival of two new and very accomplished employees – Marcus Pugh and Mike Davis. Both bring significant industry knowledge and experience, which further strengthens the overall service offering available at Harry the hirer Productions.

With 20 years in the entertainment industry specialising in lighting production, Marcus Pugh brings solid expertise in lighting production to the team.

“Marcus’s skillset and professionalism complements our existing team extremely well. He has worked his way through various industry roles including warehouse manager, crew boss, hire manager and business development manager over the last 16 years and knows the industry backwards. We look forward to offering the production market a new sense of confidence when it comes to high-end lighting production,” says national sales manager Brad Johnson.

Mike Davis and Marcus Pugh

Mike Davis joins the team fresh from a successful contract with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games as Site Services Manager (Rigging). Previous to this, Mike has spent the last seven years rigging across Australia in a diverse range of disciplines including concerts, television and film, automation, venue and exhibitions.

“As rigging contractor for the Commonwealth Games, the Harry’s team worked alongside Mike every day for the duration of the event. His attention to detail, professionalism, communication skills and understanding of rigging safety is exceptional. I knew immediately he would be a great fit for our team and, as with Marcus, I’m really looking forward to seeing Mike grow with Harry the hirer Productions,” says Mr Johnson.

Mike and Marcus join the team at a very exciting time for Harry the hirer Productions. “Our new warehouse space has allowed us to grow rapidly in terms of new products, new processes and with that, new people. The future is very bright at the big blue”.

From the September 2018 edition of CX Magazine. CX Magazine is Australia and New Zealand’s only publication dedicated to entertainment technology news and issues. Read all editions for free or search our archive
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