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Martin Dean
Film Handler

Posts: 11
From: Duluth, MN, USA
Registered: Aug 2002

 - posted 08-18-2002 01:19 PM      Profile for Martin Dean   Email Martin Dean   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I am seeking employment within the US movie theatre industry after moving here from the UK. Before moving to the US, I worked for seven years as a Field Engineer with Omnex Pro Film. Prior to being asked to join Omnex, I was Chief Projectionist at the Clapham Picture House in London.

As an engineer I have experience in all aspects of installation, maintenance and line up of projection and sound equipment, including:

  • 35mm projectors including Strong, Phillips/Kineton, Westar, Cinemeccanica, Prevost, and Sondor
  • Lamphouses / Rectifiers
  • Automation / control systems
  • 16mm and 70mm projectors
  • Magnetic, Dolby, SDDS and DTS line up
  • Sound rack and general projector wiring

I have been involved in numerous installations, supervising many of them. I also performed regular service visits, and dealt with all types of projection emergencies. As an engineer I regularly worked in every type of theater including multiplexes, Art-Houses, and Preview theaters.

I would prefer to continue as a Field Engineer, and am prepared to travel as required. Alternatively, I would consider projection and/or technical work within a reasonable commutable distance of Duluth, MN.

I am available for work immediately. Please contact me for a full resume.

Martin Dean

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