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Apr 14

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April 14 -- Monroe Township, NJ -- NMR Staging & Events, an audio-visual and staging company, has expanded its Creative Services Department by adding Orrin Hogan to the family. A graduate from the Art Institute of Philadelphia, Orrin earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Animation, majoring in 3D and 2D Animation. As an accomplished 3D graphic designer, Orrin is a tremendous asset to NMR‘s Creative Services Department.

NMR‘s Creative Services Department is responsible for custom content creation. Whether the project calls for a customized game show, a product presentation, or anything in-between, NMR‘s Creative Services Department is up for the challenge. This innovative team creates content for interactive media, produces graphic design, and even plots out walk through and still shot renders so a client can see exactly how a set will look - down to the path a moving light will take. NMR‘s Creative Services Department also handles digital signage programming and content. NMR‘s HD Edit Suite and Creative Team behind the scenes will take your project from just an idea to a complete, post-production dream.

“Orrin is an outstanding addition to our Creative Services Department. His expertise in creating 3D environments and animation adds a new element to the in-house capabilities of NMR,” states Christopher Fox, Director of Creative Services for NMR Staging & Events.

NMR Staging & Events, a nationwide audio-visual company based in New Jersey, is the leading provider for tradeshows, corporate meetings, and special events. From seamless plasmas and LCD displays to widescreen projection and HD editing capabilities, NMR is your one-stop-solution to a successful show. For more information, please visit http://www.NMREvents.com.

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