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ARRI Promotes Stephan Ukas-Bradley to Director of Strategic Business Development and Technical Marketing


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Stephan Ukas-Bradley
Stephan Ukas-Bradley

ARRI announced that Stephan Ukas-Bradley has been promoted to director of strategic business development and technical marketing. This newly created position allows Ukas-Bradley to further expand relationships with business, technology and creative decision makers, engage and support technology partners, in addition to coordinating efforts with ARRI’s R&D and business units in Munich, Germany.

“ARRI has a great legacy in the motion picture industry and prides itself on build quality and emulating film,” said Ukas-Bradley. “I am looking forward to working more closely with our technology partners and industry contacts in my new position to continually innovate future products for our end users.”

Ukas-Bradley started his professional career at Arnold & Richter Cine Technik in 1988 as an apprentice. He worked in the camera service department in Munich from 1991 until 1994, before transferring to the U.S. He has performed a variety of roles including supervising camera service, supporting the launch of the ARRILASER and ARRISCAN products, along with the development of the ARRIFLEX D-21 digital camera.

In 2005, he joined the camera sales team as product manager, digital production and was instrumental in the launch and industry adoption of the ALEXA camera.

Earlier this year, he was honored with the prestigious ARRI Lion Award in recognition of his substantial contributions over his career at the company. Ukas-Bradley is an associate member of the American Society of Cinematographers. He will continue to be based in the Burbank office.

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