(London, UK--June 6, 2018) Camera Corps
, a leading supplier of speciality camera systems and support services, announces the strategic appointment of David Sisson as its new Managing Director. He joined the company in 2011 as a Projects Manager and progressed to become a key member of the Camera Corps management team, latterly as Director of Projects and Engineering.
Having completed his Electronics and Broadcast Engineering qualifications at Liverpool’s John Moore University, David Sisson secured his first role as a camera technician 2001. He has worked on most of the global sporting events including the Summer and Winter Olympics, Football World Cup matches and a long list of television programmes including the 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' reality show series and many cultural events. His technical expertise in the field is highly regarded and he has a proven record of innovation and design.
"Camera Corps has achieved great success in providing speciality camera equipment and personnel for a wide variety of events in a multitude of locations around the globe," David Sisson comments.
“A key element of that success is the company's ability to design and build purpose-specific equipment to provide the shots each client is seeking, be it on a snow-covered mountainside or under water. Camera Corps can make the shot happen!"
"I feel privileged to be leading our highly accomplished team and am looking forward to the challenges we will meet and overcome as the broadcast media industry progresses into new programme concepts and new technology."
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About Camera Corps
A Vitec Group company, Camera Corps (www.cameracorps.co.uk
) is a world leader in supplying speciality remote cameras, remote tracks systems, bespoke camera systems and services to broadcasters worldwide. Camera Corps offers a wide range of production equipment for daily or event-based hire. This includes com-cams, cricket-stump-cams, fixed and steerable robotic camera heads, goal-cams, camera cranes, platforms, dollies and tracks, camera booms, interface boxes, lenses, optical links, slow-motion systems, Qx weatherproof pan-tilt-zoom-focus heads remote control systems, stabilised mounts, underwater cameras, underwater track and wide-angle adaptors plus miniature devices such as wearable cameras with the latest high-performance wireless links. Camera Corps support services are used across a wide range of broadcast productions including documentaries, reality shows, sports and general entertainment. www.cameracorps.co.uk