Product Specialist Cesar Caceres, Regional Technical Manager Sean Sheridan, and Tessera Product Manager Thomas Walker
2018 is off to a great start at Brompton, as we welcome three new hires across product development and support.
Thomas Walker joins us as the new Tessera Product Manager, working closely with Brompton’s senior management team to support the continued growth and development of the industry-leading Tessera product line.
Thomas was born in Chester and moved to London to study Electronic and Microelectronic Engineering BEng at Brunel University. He’s spent the last 5 years in Product Management and Product Engineering roles within the Industrial Display industry, and most recently worked with display technologies specifically targeted to the broadcast industry.
Sean Sheridan joins us as Regional Technical Manager in the Americas, responsible for technical support and training in that territory. He'll be working with Business Development Manager Rob Fowler’s team, acting as the first point of contact for new clients across the continent, as well as providing on-site technical support.
Sean is a Florida native with 20 years’ industry experience focusing on corporate rental and staging. Sean began his career with The Walt Disney Company, as an A/V Crew Chief. From there he went on to work for several US companies like LMG, PRG and Evolve with many freelance gigs in-between - focused mainly on LED, Projection, Media Server Programming and Operation, with some Project Management and Training sprinkled in for good measure.
Sean says of joining Brompton; “Brompton Technology is a world-class company creating industry-leading products. I’m very excited to continue, and forward, the outstanding support effort in service to our customers in the Americas.”
Cesar Caceres joined Brompton in late 2017 as a Product Specialist, assisting customers with system designs and configuration for specific projects, as well as providing onsite support for major projects worldwide.
Cesar is from Spain, where he studied electronics and sound engineering. He moved to London to get a BSc in Audio Technology, and after graduation started working as a field tech for various live events where he discovered a passion for video. He worked for several years as a freelancer, taking courses and gaining experience in many different live event products (e.g. AMX, Creston, Dante, HDBaseT) before joining the Brompton team.