Technology Services Departments:
Matt Dammes joined Print and Copy Services in September 2018 as a Print Copy Specialist.
Prior to arriving at Puget Sound, Matt was a Systems Analyst and Developer for Louisiana State University Alexandria and a veteran of the United States Air Force. He holds advanced degrees in Computer Science from the University of West Georgia and Music degrees from Auburn University and the University of Southern Mississippi.
Outside of work, Matt performs enjoys spending time exploring the Tacoma and surrounding area with his family
Technology Services is pleased to welcome Matt to Print and Copy Services.
Bjorn Johnson, a recent grad of the University of Puget Sound, joined TS as a Technology Support Analyst at the beginning of the summer.
Bjorn graduated from the University in 2018 with a degree in International Political Economy, with minors in Spanish and Religion. He has worked with the Media Services team in Technology Services since arriving at the University as a Freshman and is now excited about transitioning into Client Support Services within TS where he can continue bringing excellent customer service to the campus community.
In his free time, Bjorn enjoys longboarding, tossing a frisbee, re-watching The Office for the thousandth time, and traveling when circumstances permit. He is excited to continue living in Tacoma after graduation as he has come to love it here as much as his home state of Minnesota.
Technology Services is pleased that we can keep Bjorn on our Client Support Team in a permanent position after graduation!
David Nichols joined Media Services in January 2018 as a Digital Media Specialist.
David is an audio engineer and digital media specialist from Tacoma, Washington. Prior to arriving at Puget Sound, he was the media technician for Pierce College where he oversaw audio-visual technology and design for two separate campuses.
In addition to working in higher education, David has worked extensively in the music and film industry and has audio engineering, production, and composition credits on dozens of music albums, films, and television shows. He studied at Chinese University of Hong Kong before earning a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington.
Outside of work, David enjoys traveling, cycling, skateboarding, and making music in his home recording studio.
Technology Services is pleased to bring David’s unique talents and abilities to the Puget Sound Community!
Adam Rosencrantz recently joined the TS staff in January as a Digital Media Specialist in Media Services.
As a digital media specialist Adam has had extensive experience in a wide range of audio and visual productions over the last 25 years. He entered the field working for an NBC affiliate where he developed his passion for visual communications.
After attending the Art Institute, Adam was a Multimedia Developer for a locally based, global simulation company. In this position he worked for the Marketing team to develop, design and deploy corporate and product focused materials for use in Sales, trade shows and other marketing efforts. He also produced, story boarded, shot, and edited interactive law enforcement training videos for both law enforcement and the military.
Most recently, Adam was a Sr. Multimedia and Training Specialist at an industry leading telematics company. There, he assisted the marketing team with video production needs, which included shooting and editing marketing pieces. In addition to video production, he also functioned as the corporate photographer for events, and created marketing colateral, including customer testimonials. Adam also maintained all of the internal and external training materials, including help related resources for all company products.
Currently, outside of his work at the university, Adam enjoy working for the Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center and the Auburn Performing Arts Center as a lead lighting technician for the live shows.
Technology Services is very pleased to have Adam bring his great experience and expertise to the Puget Sound community in Media Services!
As a part of the university’s remodeling and relocation work in the lower level of the Collins Library, Media Services, Educational Technology, and the Service Desk will be moving to temporary office locations from Thursday, May 17 through the end of the summer.
Media Services and the Service desk can still be reached by calling ext. 8585 and their regular respective email addresses. There will be signage on the 2nd floor of McIntyre and 3rd floor of Jones directing you to these locations should you need assistance locating these offices during the summer.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Ann Gleason at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 3244.