BRIAN PATRICK CTS-D
Brian Patrick approaches the planning, design, and implementation of large-scale architectural technology installations with experienced exuberance. For a diverse range of clients, Patrick collaborates on leading-edge live/work/play/learn environments from an independent point of view. He offers authoritative information sharing through publications and speaking engagements on audiovisual, acoustics, physical security, information technology, and pedagogy.
With significant knowledge in AV/IT integration, room acoustics, structured cabling, physical security, advanced control systems, and audiovisual networks, Patrick possesses extensive experience in public and private higher education, healthcare, corporate, government, institutional, performing arts, worship, broadcast, and sports and recreation projects. As Principal-in-Charge, he often leads multi-discipline teams on complex projects requiring a high level of design integration that is sensitive to functional, pedagogical, and practical requirements.
Professional credentials attained include InfoComm International's Certified Technology Specialist-Design (CTS-D), the highest audiovisual design certification in the industry. Brian is also a member of the Society for Information Display and Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.
Brian is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology where he received a BS in Applied Physics with an emphasis on Acoustics, Electronics, and Computer-Based Instrumentation. He has been a featured speaker at industry events that include InfoComm and Society of College and University Planning, served as a panelist on multiple audiovisual subjects, published a series of articles on physical security for Technologies for Worship Magazine, and has served as a Design Awards judge and a content contributor to Archi-Tech Magazine.
Brian can be contacted in the Atlanta office at 404.371.8080 x271, or via e-mail at BPatrick@TheSextantGroup.com
Recent articles by Brian Patrick include:
Display Trends: Is Bigger Always Better?
Securing Your Church Facilities - A Practical Primer
Policies & Procedures
Physical Security Design
Electronic Physical Security
The State of Security in Worship Facilities
Also, read more about Brian in the True North feature article:
"THE PHYSICS OF PUNK ROCK"