Image Engineering is welcomes Maurice Bulus to its account management team as the Director of Themed Entertainment New Business Development. With Maurice’s expertise in the themed entertainment sector, Image Engineering looks forward to the continued growth of the business.
Maurice has 35 years of experience in business development and is a veteran in the event, experiential and themed entertainment industry. Maurice makes it a priority to work for and with users of all kinds including Fortune500 companies, production companies and agencies. He’s built an extensive network through his production experience and connects well with clients of all kinds. Maurice’s mantra is that he is client-driven, not project driven.
“I started in this business in 1989 and knew Image Engineering as a primary laser entertainment provider to producers and agencies for live events. Recently, I was intrigued by their themed entertainment work, and thought I could add value. After speaking with Ian and Andy, their commitment to themed immersive entertainment was admirable and exciting to me. I am thrilled to be helping grow this immersive initiative with the IE team. Best in class,” says Maurice Bulus
Image Engineering looks forward to incorporating Maurice’s perspective into our work and continuing to develop the network it serves.
Image Engineering found its niche in the sports industry back in 2004 through a relationship with the Information Display Entertainment Association (IDEA). At the time, Image Engineering was contracted for on field C02 effects during player introductions at one of the Baltimore Ravens home games in 2004. Since that time, Image Engineering has branched out by taking its knowledge and engineering expertise and applying it to practical effects installations throughout the country.
“Since that first season with the Ravens, the Image Engineering portfolio has expanded to included over 16 NFL teams and teams across several professional and collegiate level sports leagues as well as permanent installations in VAI Resort, Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas and the National Museum of the American Indian. We are elated to have Maurice join our team to expand our reach and expertise in the field,” says Joseph Suehle, Image Engineering President.