Advance Dynamics Limited, celebrating thirty years as leaders in high definition television production and streaming, today announced the promotion of Camille Parsons to the position of Chief Executive Officer. She will be responsible for directing the activities of the company to ensure that it attains its short and long-term goals.
“Camille has been pivotal to our success, and we are thrilled to promote her to this important position,” said R. Barry McComie, Chairman of Advance Dynamics.
Ms. Parsons who was with the company from its inception in 1986 took time off in 1989 to travel to the UK to further her education and work experience. She returned to the company in 1994 and assumed the position of General Manager.
The Board of Directors congratulates Ms. Parsons on her promotion and wishes her all success in her new post.
Success belongs only to those who choose the right path and Advance Dynamics Ltd through the merger of two successful companies IVAC Electronics (Trinidad) Limited and Visual Productions Limited, has inflamed the local video industry with its mix of creative talent and its leadership in technology.
Housed in the beautiful Twin Island Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, Advance Dynamics now celebrating our 30th
year prides itself in being able to attract people dedicated to the highest standards and who enjoy having the finest tools, but as we say in Advance the finest toys available to meet our client's demands.
Our goal is to strive to make the production and post-production experiences both productive and enjoyable and to be able to produce material that would meet or exceed international broadcast standards.
Choose Advance Dynamics Ltd for our people and our technology; for we are confident that working with us in our Caribbean environment enhanced by an attractive exchange rate, and your creativity will give you the competitive edge.
R. Barry McComie has extensive experience in the design and engineering of television production facilities from the United States. He has also undergone specialized engineering training by the major manufacturers of broadcast television equipment including SONY, JVC, HITACHI and IKEGAMI. He has been responsible for the design and engineering of several television production facilities in the US and this country. Barry is the only associate member in the region of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), as well as the International Television Association (ITVA) and the Association of Audio Visual Technicians (AAVT)
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