Christie Lites welcomes Mark Ravenhill as its new client ambassador

Christie Lites, a leader in entertainment lighting rental and services, announces the appointment of Mark Ravenhill as its new client ambassador. In this new role, Mark will focus on fostering strong client relationships by understanding their unique needs and challenges. To that end, he will collaborate with clients and the Christie Lites expert Rep team to ensure exceptional value and service at every point of contact.

Huntly Christie, CEO of Christie Lites, says: “We’re delighted to welcome Mark to the company’s leadership team. His considerable experience and insightful understanding of the entertainment lighting industry, along with the huge respect so many lighting professionals have for him, make him the ideal ambassador for our brand. Mark’s arrival also signifies yet another important step in our commitment to being at the forefront of service and creative problem solving in our industry.”

During his long and distinguished career, Mark has held significant strategic roles with leading lighting manufacturers, most recently GLP and, prior to that, Martin Professional. He has developed a sizable body of knowledge and experience in the field during that time, and his extensive international professional network complements both of those accomplishments. Respected for his unwavering advocacy of industry initiatives, events, and people, Mark continues to support and uplift the lighting community whenever he can.

“I’m delighted to join the Christie Lites team and I’m eager to collaborate with the talented professionals who make this industry so dynamic,” says Mark. “I’ve long been aware of Christie Lites’ stellar reputation for excellence, innovation, and strong client relationships, and I look forward to joining the team to further develop mutually enriching partnerships with our clients. It’s exciting to be a part of a company that is as committed to excellence and innovation as I am, and I would invite existing and potential new clients to get in touch and tell me how I can help.”


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