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Bandit Lites Hires Nick Brown to World Headquarters

PLSN Staff • On the Move • February 24, 2020

 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE – Bandit Lites, the world’s foremost lighting company, is making huge strides in 2020 to revamp their world headquarters to meet the increase of area productions and global sales installations. To that end, Bandit Lites hired Nick Brown to provide lighting design and console operation for various productions, including events at the University of Tennessee and Blackberry Farm, a luxury five-star resort.

More details from Bandit (www.banditlites.com):

Brown’s previous experience includes working as the resident lighting designer and technical director for the Irondale, an Off Broadway theatre in Brooklyn, New York as well as a lighting and video engineer at the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

“I’ve loved concert lighting ever since I was thirteen years old,” said Brown. “I knew about Bandit Lites when I was studying theatrical lighting design in college, so I’m very excited to finally be a part of this great team.”

Upcoming events featuring Brown include the University of Tennessee’s Senior Toast, where students are nominated by faculty and staff and invited to attend a dinner in Neyland Stadium, as well as L’Amour du Vin, Knoxville Museum of Art’s annual gala.

“Nick is a great addition to our team because he has a positive attitude and a great natural talent for lighting,” said Bandit Lites General Manager Giff Swart.

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