I wear many hats here at TVTI. One day I may be designing a complex AV system and the next I may spend crunching numbers. My main initiative is to push the limits and find new ways to make TVTI better tomorrow than we are today. I’m also here to help you learn how to use your new equipment and take care of any questions or concerns you may have during or after your scheduled installation.
What do you like best about your business and/or your job?
Everybody says this, but I truly learn something new every day. As technology grows and evolves every day, so do we. There’s always a new problem to find a solution for, which makes each day more exciting than the last.
What have you learned “on the job” that you could not have learned without this experience?
I’ve learned that preparation is key, but execution is essential. Scenarios will always arise that can’t be foreseen and the ability to work through them is what separates the best from the rest. We go into every home and business with a well thought-out plan, but it’s our on the go flexibility and our ability to get things done that elevates our service.
What do you do when you’re not working?
I’m first and foremost a baseball fanatic, so you can usually find me at Wrigley Field. I also love rooting for my Michigan State Spartans and doing various outdoor activities.
What three words describe you best?
Thoughtful, honest, and driven.
What do you think Tunnel Vision does better than any other company?
I think it’s our close attention to detail that really separates us from the competition. The pride that every single person in this office takes in doing their work the right way is unmatched. We treat each home and office that we walk into as if it was our own and we consider a project to only truly be complete if it looks and functions exactly how you want it to.