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Lee Filters Expands North American Team

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Lee.Filters.logo1Lee Filters, a premier global provider of filters for photography, cinematography and lighting design, has appointed a trio of industry experts to its North American team. Morgan Prygrocki will be charged with leading the company’s U.S. office as general manager, and Patrick Corcoran and Richard Andres will serve in business development roles for the west and east coasts, respectively.

Prygrocki is responsible for all North American business. She comes to LEE with robust industry relationships from her previous senior level roles at Ncam Technologies and RED Digital Cinema. She is based in California at LEE’s Burbank, California, location.

As Business Development Manager–West Coast, Corcoran brings extensive experience working with professional filmmakers. He joins LEE from SHOTOVER camera systems and RED Digital Cinema.

Andres, Business Development Manager–East Coast, comes to LEE with more than 20 years of experience in the stills photographic, rental and studio sectors. He previously worked at Foto Care in New York.

This expansion follows LEE Filters’ recent addition of Lilian Tran as Social Media and Marketing Coordinator in the U.S. in July, enabling LEE to establish global social media coverage.

This week (October 24-26), LEE Filters will be exhibiting at PHOTOPLUS at the Javits Convention Center in New York City on Stand #152.

For more information about LEE Filters visit www.leefilters.com.

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