Réalisations adds Four Teams Members

[![(L-R) Catherine Landry, Catherine Landry, Amélie Masson-Labonté & Maryse de Lottinville](/content/images/2017/02/press_release_feb-300x171.jpg)](/content/images/2017/02/press_release_feb.jpg)(L-R) Catherine Landry, Catherine Landry, Amélie Masson-Labonté & Maryse de Lottinville
**Roger Parent, president and head creative director, has announced the recent arrival of four new members of the Réalisations team.

Catherine Landry studied industrial design in France before settling in Montreal to pursue further studies in event and environment design. Le Roux participated in several public art installations prior to her work on Réalisations’ Renaissance Midtown New York, One World Observatory and Doha International Airport projects. She then worked on the coordination and logistical aspects of several major events before recently rejoining the artistic direction team.

Following studies in industrial design at Université de Montréal, Catherine Landry worked as a designer and project manager for several architecture, retail and interior design firms. For Réalisations, she oversees project management, and coordinates the architectural integration of our technical equipment into interiors and designs furniture and millwork for interactive experiences.

Amélie Masson-Labonté, whose background is in the areas of both history and management, has worked principally in the museum field.  Her responsibilities have included project management and event development as well as marketing. Réalisations will benefit from her knowledge and experience which will enhance its project and partnership development in the cultural sector, the company says.

Maryse de Lottinville began her career as a draughtswoman and set designer working in both live entertainment and cinema. She has held positions as project manager, production manager and art director for companies such as Cirque du Soleil, Show Canada and Productions Feeling (Celine Dion). She joins Réalisations as a project manager for international projects.

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Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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