Crestron Adds New Manager for AV Consultants
Crestron this week announced the appointment of Brian Studwell as its new regional manager for consultant market development in the Northeast.
Crestron this week announced the appointment of Brian Studwell as its new regional manager for consultant market development in the Northeast. Studwell joins Crestron from Morgan Stanley, where he was vice president of multimedia operations and events.
In this new position, Studwelll will utilize his twenty years experience in multimedia management and broadcast operations to address the specific needs of professional AV consultants, Crestron officials said, relaying important product development news and receiving feedback about product features from the consultant community. Additionally, Studwell will provide support through the design process and product training.
"Crestron is committed to advancing the industry by hiring knowledgeable and experienced individuals like Brian to support the AV community through innovation and communication," said Chris Perkins, regional sales director of Crestron, in a statement. "His experience in multimedia management and broadcast operations bring a valuable customer perspective to this key role. Brian is passionate about the benefits of Integrated Building Technology in the corporate enterprise environment, and he will be an asset to Crestron."
Studwell joined Convergent Media Systems in New York as an installation coordinator in 1990 and advanced through various roles providing tactical and strategic direction for the operations of major accounts. In his role at Morgan Stanley, Studwell served as the primary point of contact for multimedia support.
"The opportunity to join Crestron allows me to convey the value of Crestron with the AV community," Studwell said in a statement. "I am impressed with Crestron innovation and leadership. Crestron DigitalMedia is the only solution for the digital age, and I look forward to talking with our Consultant Partners about solutions that answer the challenges of tomorrow today."