Lacy McDowell has an extensive background in broadcast television and audio visual events. He provides technical support to an organization of 200+ employees and outside clients including, Disney, AARP, Nickelodeon, PBS and Discovery Communications.
His work can be seen throughout the Newseum in Washington, DC from various 150 foot wide multi-screen productions to videos in interactive kiosks. When Lacy is not at the Newseum, he is busy providing technical solutions for clients at LLM Consulting and Design, a side project to help people connect to information and manage their digital worlds. You can also find more technical information he provides through a podcast called LLMCD Radio on iTunes.
Learn more about Lacy's work by visiting http://www.llmcd.com
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