From the top: At the InPark Magazine booth, Yas Takata (Blur Studio), Marty Palicki (IPM), Jumana Brodersen (The J Co LLC) and Ty Granaroli (Chimera Design). Shmoozing in the aisle, three distinguished cinematic presentation pioneers: Yves Pepin, Jean-Michel Louis and Robert Simpson (Electrosonic). Basking in the glow of the announcement of their project (ICT device at Information & Communications Pavilion, Shanghai Expo 2010) being named a Thea Award recipient, Mindi Lipschultz, Sam Russo, Christian Lachel (BRC Imagination Arts) and Shaenon Adamson. Vijay Seghal AIA (2nd from left) of FSY Architects innocently showed up wearing a purple shirt of the same exact hue traditionally sported by Technifex booth staff – he poses with Joe Ortiz, Tracy Klein and Don Simon. Practitioners of the art of show control are three dudes from ShowSys spotted at the Palm Restaurant: Scott Arnold, Jason Pontius and Greg Kirkland. A trio of dedicated and active TEA volunteers: Lucina Selva (La Selva), Michael Mercadante (Main Street Design) and Jay Jensen (VOA Associates).
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