Job Title: Broadcast Technology Specialist
Company: Lawo, Inc
Member since: 2009
AES Committee: Education
Technical Committee: Network Audio Systems
Standards Committees: SC-02-12 (Audio Applications of Networks), SC-02-12-H (AES-X192), SC-02-12-J (Network Use Cases), SC-02-12-L (Project AES-X210)
Primary Section: New York
Colin Pfund graduated summa cum laude from the University of Hartford in December 2012, earning a double-degree Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering Technology with a minor in Mathematics. At Hartford, Colin served as a tutor, studio engineer, student mentor, and Audio Engineering Society Section Chair.
As Chair of the AES Student Delegate Assembly for North and Latin America, Colin planned events for the US and international AES Conventions and maintained global student communications. He was heavily involved in the reincarnation of the Student Design Competition and Exhibition at the 133rd Convention and headed coordination for the SDC at the 134th and 135th Conventions. Colin moved on to chair the NY Section of the AES, where he remains a committee member today.
In February 2013, Colin joined NBCUniversal in NYC as a Project Engineer in the Production Engineering group, following an internship with the broadcast giant. At NBC, Colin designed and built audio routing, editing, and mixing systems for Late Night with Seth Meyers, Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, Today Show, Meredith Vieira, MSNBC, and more.
In August 2017, Colin began working for Lawo, Inc, a worldwide leader in broadcast audio, video, and control solutions. At Lawo, Colin specializes in implementation of new IP network-based systems that use standardized transport mechanisms and integrate natively with a myriad of third-party hardware.
Every Convention is a family reunion.
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