- 2016

TDC Australia Joins Growing Network of disguise P...

TDC Australia Joins Growing Network of disguise Partners Worldwide

disguise is pleased to announce their latest partnership in the Asia Pacific region, with Technical Direction Company (TDC) Australia.

TDC was established 35 years ago and is recognised as the leading Australian supplier of video technology solutions for major events and live productions. Based in Sydney and Melbourne, their portfolio includes The Voice and X Factor TV shows, concert tours for Kanye West and Kylie Minogue, the VIVID Sydney light festival and White Night Melbourne cultural celebration, and corporate launches for leading global organisations.

“We’re excited that TDC has joined our growing list of disguise partners worldwide,” says Desmond Yim, Regional Sales Manager at disguise APAC. “TDC is well known for its technical and creative expertise and holds the largest stock of high-brightness projectors in Australia as well as extensive LED and media control systems. Our partnership with TDC will enable us to support an increasing market for disguise solutions in Australia.”

Disguise maintains a network of partnerships around the world which are dedicated to helping fulfil customers’ requirements, from consultation, training and support to client demos and more. TDC has been a disguise Rental Partner in the region for several years and have provided expert knowledge to the likes of The Voice and VIVID lighting festival. They are now taking the next step and are in the process of building new studio space at its Sydney office to accommodate its expanding business and requirements for disguise.

“Establishing this partnership between disguise and TDC is going to be a turning point for disguise in the Southern Hemisphere. We can now more easily and confidently provide the full spectrum of training, expert knowledge and disguise solutions,” says Yim.

As a proponent who is eager to spread his knowledge of disguise systems throughout Australia, TDC’s Head Engineer and Media Server Specialist Steve Cain recently completed advanced training in London. He is now qualified to support disguise in the Australian market and train operators on the systems.

“Our reputation at TDC has always been about bringing the latest technologies to the market in this region, we are heavily invested in ensuring that we offer emerging solutions when it comes to 3D modelling and pre-visualisation for shows, as the future of video evolves” said Michael Hassett, CEO at TDC. “Having utilised the disguise media servers for several years we realised the commitment of the team behind this powerful solution. We are delighted to become a disguise partner, it allows us to work side by side with the developers at disguise, this is invaluable in future technology development for both of our organisations,” says Hassett.