Motts grew up in Cleveland and his family is part of Cleveland’s Hungarian-American population (at one time, it was estimated that Cleveland was second only to Budapest for the largest concentration of Hungarian people.) “I’m fluent in Hungarian. I grew up speaking both Hungarian and
We’re not sure why, but Jeff Young is always smiling. And it’s hard not to smile back at someone with such a sunny disposition. This month, we’re celebrating Jeff’s one-year employment anniversary as a Scenic Solutions carpenter-fabricator. Jeff has been building things all his life.
When his internship ended, Jacob Clark decided he’d rather stay at Scenic Solutions instead of returning to school. It turned out to be a wise decision.
Just out of Wright State University and fresh from The Zoot Theatre, Jon Lamm joined Scenic Solutions in June of 2012. Eight years later, Jon is still with us as our Lead Install Technician—and we keep him busy! Over the past year Jon has accomplished twelve
We recently celebrated Darion’s three-year Scenic Solutions employment anniversary, but the big news is that he earned his ETCP Rigger – Theatre certification in January. And then there’s the OSHA 30-Hour card, and the TWIC card! This guy doesn’t stop!
MacKenzie joined Scenic Solutions a little over a year ago, right after graduating from Wright State University. This first year at Scenic Solutions brought a number of new experiences, including working as part of our install crew for the Blue Man Group’s North America Tour.
Tom’s career in the entertainment industry spans 30-years, and he attributes some of his success to the people he’s met along the way. “I’ve worked with some of the best people in the business, they’ve become my good friends, and they’ve taught me a lot.
We’re celebrating Scott’s one-year anniversary! After ten years traveling the world with Princess Cruises, Scott came ashore to be a project manager for Scenic Solutions.
Just over a year ago, Kate Santucci joined Scenic Solutions to work as an artisan in both softgoods and in our paint department. At the time, we were building floats for Royal Caribbean’s Anchor’s Aweigh! parade. Kate says, ” I did a LOT of quilting
Gabby is a painter. Typically, this scenic artist paints on a canvas she can easily move herself. But at Scenic Solutions, she’s working on a much larger scale.