Staff Moves At rp Visual Solutions

Gail Chiasson, North American Editor

rp Visual Solutions (RPV), Anaheim, California manufacturer of innovative mounting solutions, has appointed Shaun O’Brien as product specialist while Tiffany Kautsky, a product specialist at RPV for the past three years and half years focusing on single panel mounts has added the Christie MicroTile mount to her product specialties.

O’Brien will assume the role of product specialist for RPV’s MATRIX panel mount line of products. These solutions are custom designed and manufactured to ensure the panel’s stated manufactured seam tolerances are achieved. RPV solutions host a wide range of technologies: PDP, Plasma, LCD & LED/LCD with panel sizes ranging from 40” to 70” typical.

O’Brien has over 10 years of experience in the industry, holding positions in logistics, custom applications, product design, and product management, resulting in a reputation of being an innovative solutions provider for his customers. His Solidworks and Adobe skills will enable him to support RPV customers’ needs at the detail design and ACAD level, thereby ensuring the technology is seamlessly integrated and serviced.

Kautsky is second generation AV and started with RPV after graduating from California State University, Fullerton, in 2008, with her BA in Communications. Tiffany provides pricing and design to RPV’s customers: AV integrators, consultants, and creators.

Kautsky has developed many strong industry relationships over the years, as well as enhanced her MicroTile knowledge by attending Christie’s CMT training, allowing her to supply valuable assistance to RPV’s customers, providing thorough knowledge of MicroTiles and their mounting options.

RPV has mounted over 5,000 mounts for the MicroTile, configured in a host of mounting solutions including pedestal, stand, and ceiling mounted for landscape or portrait orientation in either curved and straight arrays. The company is the CMT mount of choice for Christie’s own facilities in both Cypress and Kitchener and its NAB and InfoComm booths.

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