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July 2004
News & Notices
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Changes at Auerbach

AuerbachPollockFriedlander and Auerbach•Glasow have named a new principal, two new senior associates, and two new associates. Auerbach•Pollock•Friedlander, the performing arts/media facilities planning and design company with offices in San Francisco, New York and Minneapolis, and Auerbach•Glasow architectural lighting design and consulting, named Tom Neville, ASTC, a principal in the firm’s Minneapolis office. Grace Gavin and Daniel Mei were named senior associates in the New York office.

Don Guyton, was named a new associate in the Auerbach•Pollock•Friedlander New York office and Henry Lee was named an associate in the Auerbach•Pollock• Friedlander and Auerbach•Glasow San Francisco office.

The firm’s founder S. Leonard Auerbach said, “The success of our company is dependent on the talent and commitment of the people who work here at all levels. We are pleased to welcome our newly promoted principals and associates as members of an outstanding leadership team.”

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Wybron's NEXERA Debuts at Colorado

The Theatre Department at Colorado State University is “awash” with color from Wybron’s new NEXERA dichroic CMY fixtures which debuted during a production of Chess at the school’s Johnson Hall main stage. Lighting Designer Barry Cleveland decided he needed a number of rich rock and roll colors in quick, but subtle lighting changes. “The softer pastels were just as good as the strong R&R colors,” Mr. Cleveland said, “you usually don’t get both in one setup. And one of the best things about NEXERA is that you can do a color change live or hot because it’s a blend as opposed to scrolling to hunt for a color.”

NEXERA is now in production and is available in Profile and Wash versions. For more information, visit

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Barbizon's Maurelli Recognized

Peter Maurelli of Barbizon Light of the Rockies received Wybron’s Outstanding Sales Achievement Award for his efforts in promoting the new NEXERA line of dichroic CMY fixtures. Wybron noted that Mr. Maurelli’s skills and finesse as a salesman have opened doors for Wybron installations all over the Rocky Mountain region, including churches, theatres, and schools.

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