Light Walls welcomes Hugo Fitzjohn to the team
Lighting solutions company, Light Walls has announced that it has appointed Hugo Fitzjohn as its chief solutions architect.
Moving from Meridian Audio, where he was the education manager, to his appointment at Light Walls, Fitzjohn brings with him almost 20 years of experience in the AV industry from live events, through to commercial installation, home cinema and specialist audio.
Well-known in the industry, he is an active CEDIA volunteer chairing the Technical Education Working Group as well as sitting on the Professional Development Advisory Council.
Light Walls offers immersive and dynamic LED based lighting solutions for creative residential and commercial applications. With customisable solutions, the company works directly with integrators to design lighting solutions, from modest installations right through to expansive and extreme cutting-edge dynamic lighting control.
“Hugo was an obvious choice to get involved in the team as we’ve known and worked with him over a number of years,” said Neil Davidson, director and co-founder of Light Walls. “There’s growing interest in dynamic lighting solutions and we’re sure that this appointment will allow us to better educate our partners on the amazing benefits and capabilities of dynamic lighting.”
Simon Ridley, director and co-founder of Light Walls added: “I’m excited by the skills and experience that Hugo will bring to the team. It’s key that we make working with dynamic lighting easy, hassle free and profitable, from design through to commissioning.
“Hugo’s practical hands on experience combined with his training and presentation skills will ensure that anyone working with Light Walls products will be up to speed in no time.”
Commenting on his appointment, Fitzjohn said: “I’m absolutely delighted to be joining Light Walls. In many respects, I’m going back to my roots and first love, lighting. Stage and event lighting along with art installation is where my journey into the world of AV began. I couldn’t be more excited to be able to be involved in lighting again and help people deliver their creative vision.”