Bowman Design Group, an award-winning design firm specializing in custom trade show exhibits and events, interpretive museum and aquarium exhibitions, retail interiors and corporate briefing centers, expands its design, fabrication and business development talent with three new team members. Bryan Broughton joins as Production Director, Tom Casey joins as Account Executive focusing on business development, and Andreas Yanikian joins as Designer on 3D and graphics projects.
Broughton comes to Bowman Design Group from K2 Fabrication and Design, bringing twelve years of experience in the production and management of trade show, event and museum fabrication. Broughton’s fabrication expertise focuses on developing and implementing high-value best practices—providing clients with the perfect balance of quality and cost-savings.
With over twenty years in the trade show exhibit, corporate interior, and retail interior industry, Tom Casey will drive Bowman Design Group’s new business development. Casey says the firm’s current expertise in managing budgets and timelines for custom exhibits and corporate interiors is the foundation for its future success in the retail space. He notes that Bowman Design Group’s recent move to an 18,000 square foot facility with on-site fabrication capabilities provides all clients with production efficiencies that compress timelines and lower fabrication costs. Casey’s previous clients include Nissan, Xbox, Motorola, Neiman Marcus, Cartier and many others.
As an independent brand strategist and designer, Yanikian worked internationally to develop brand positioning strategies, manage art direction, and revamp workflow to increase productivity. In addition to his new role at Bowman Design Group, he will continue to leverage his experience in developing brand strategies for websites, multi-media, and social media platforms.
Lee Harrington, Bowman Design Group’s president and managing partner, says the new team members are a perfect fit for the company. “On top of providing clients with excellent service, Bryan, Tom and Andreas understand our design approach. We are problem solvers who design projects that combine art, function, and strategy—and then execute those projects in meticulous detail,” says Harrington.