Trailer Park's Hauck, Katabatic's Tabor, Xytech's Lynch
Adam Hauck joined entertainment marketing agency Trailer Park as exec producer for the company’s interactive TV, menus and content division. He brings experiencing producing on-set content and EPKs for studios, as well as longstanding relationships with helmers such as Joe Carnahan, Joss Whedon and Judd Apatow. Recent credits include DVD/EPK content for “The A-Team” (Fox Home Entertainment), “Pineapple Express” (Sony Pictures) and “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” (Universal Pictures), as well as DVD content for ABC’s “Lost.” “We are thrilled to have such a seasoned player as Adam on our team,” said Kevin Van Belois, EVP of the Trailer Park interactive TV, menus and content unit. “(Adam) has a deep understanding of both studio and talent needs for on-set content as well as film fans’ expectations that will be invaluable to our business.”
Seth Tabor joined digital cinema post-production provider Katabatic Digital as executive producer, spearheading client services and business development. Earlier Tabor held production and managing positions at Open Frame Productions and Curious Pictures before becoming the managing director/CFO at Quiet Man, where he oversaw projects for clients such as Gillette, Proctor & Gamble, McDonalds and GE. “Seth’s strong organization skills honed in the development of numerous films, commercials, and music videos, as well as management positions, will be an asset in managing our clients’ projects, as well as our growing client base,” said Emery Wells, digital colorist and founder of Katabatic. The company offers vfx and post services for digital cinema in any format, from any camera. Assimilate’s resolution-independent Scratch software is the backbone of Katabatic’s post-production workflow. Katabatic also offers Red cameras rentals and on-set tech services.
Facility management software provider Xytech appointed Daniel Lynch as general manager of its London office, with responsibility for managing Xytech’s U.K.-based operations for the company’s customer base in Europe. Lynch joins Xytech after a decade-long tenure as in head of technology at the Associated Press, where he implemented such services as the Net Insight fiber network that enabled the carriage of AP and client video and data traffic during the Beijing Olympics. “Daniel brings to Xytech a wealth of knowledge with regard to both the industry we serve and the software systems which are utilized within our customers’ business workflows,” said Peter Tanke, managing director of Xytech UK and co-principal of Xytech Systems Corp.