You have stumbled upon a group of trulyunique individuals
who we are
From musicians and fashion fiends, to 4-wheeling junkies and video game geniuses, we spend a lot of time together creating some of the most distinctive interactive branding and marketing campaigns around.
When he’s not at home playing FIFA and drinking a delicious unfiltered wheat beer, he’s here at work trying to organize our vast warehouse in the hopes that one day it will achieve Nirvana. He also proudly “slays the mythical beasts that constantly plague the nightmare of those unworthy to face him”… we’re pretty sure that’s a Skyrim reference.
His torso and arm length combined are longer than most people’s entire bodies.
He’s a lifelong supporter of Manchester United!
His hands are the size of regulation ultimate discs.
Anthony’s one of our multi-disciplined Project Managers, and a good one too. He claims his ability to keep things running smoothly around here is the careful manipulation of surrounding magnetic fields. Besides telekinesis he’s pretty clever with a dry sense of humor, and can be found enjoying a craft beer and/or on Colorado biking trails over the weekends.
Brian “Hooch” Houchin comes to us all the way from Kansas City, KS and has one of the largest dogs in the whole office, a beautiful great dane named Jessie (who never leaves his side). Brian’s personality and talents, paired with his humor, make him ideal for traveling anywhere he’s needed to set up our work and interact with our clients. Fortunately, this gives him the opportunity to be the handsome “face” of Proctor! That’s also two Brians, for anyone who’s counting.
Our Creative Director Chris Montigne will passionately ramble about design, hi-fi & music playback formats, or motorbikes if you let him. While most of us still can’t understand his undying love for Battlestar Galactica (actually all science fiction), we remain an accepting team and continue to admire Chris’ ability to put a creative spin on everything thrown his direction. You might catch him riding around the front range or at a local Metal show, but if you are lucky enough to run into Chris, be sure to ask him his opinion on old standards and Whitney Houston.
Cody is a graphic designer by day and abstract expressionist by night. When he is not building a better world through type and CMYK, he is breaking down the boundaries of space and time by spreading his perspective through his lifelong work on canvas. All things print cross Cody’s desk here at Proctor, and he can be your best friend if resolution supports, or your worst enemy when fonts are not included. Either way, on weekends you will find him deep in the mountains, or lost in his headphones at home in his studio. Cody’s dream is to live for ever through the influence of his art, and as a constructive and infinite wave of causality.
The largest mammalian carnivore that ever lived on land was the giant short-faced bear. Twice the size of the biggest modern bear, it was 6' 5" tall at the shoulder.
The average color of the Universe is beige. Scientists call the specific shade off beige "Cosmic Latte", which has a hexadecimal RGB value of #FFF8E7.
Danny Fuller is another implant from Kansas City, KS., and we’re grateful he’s here. As our Warehouse Manager, he ensures every job that comes through the warehouse is done correctly and on time. Never afraid to shake things up, he’s always looking for different ways to increase productivity and efficiency in the warehouse. When he’s not here running the show, he’s at home being a loving husband and father with his family, including their black lab Baby and bichon poodle Isabel.
He is a die hard Kansas Jayhawk and Kansas City Chiefs fan.
He is an avid hunter.
He participates in No-Shave November all year round.
Born in Oxfordshire, England, Debbie is our boisterous VP of Finance and the controller of everything here at Proctor; literally, everything. She was an Air Force brat who travelled the country until high school, then settled here in Colorado (but she’ll always be an Indians and Browns fan). She can’t live without her two boxers Chloe & Frankie, and loves Mustangs and country music. She’s been proudly married for 33 years, and has 4 sons, 2 step sons, 1 step daughter, 3 granddaughters, 3 grandsons and 1 great-granddaughter (whew!).
More affectionately known here as “Douggie-Fresh”, Doug’s positive attitude and willingness to help out wherever needed makes him an asset to our team here at Proctor. He’s an appreciator of the Colorado outdoors, always fishing, camping, or hiking, and loves food (especially Mexican and hot Greek foods) and he favors a Miller Lite with a shot of Quervo.
Doug prioritizes free time with his kids and family at #1.
He fly fishes to relax after the work week, and only goes with his son or alone.
Personable as ever, he loves to go downtown to talk to people and window shop.
Gabriel Didier was born in Denver back in the middle of an 80’s winter; which might explain the insatiable draw to the snow and wilderness he’s had his whole life. Gabe loves to be outdoors whenever he can find an excuse to be, so it made sense for him to start working at 14, where he could be outside while getting paid. It was also the start of his not yet known passion for building things bigger than children’s toys. As a young boy, Gabe stunned his parents with Lego and K’nex creations that used no formal directions. This eventually formed his career in all-things construction and bounced around working for family until he got his first design job in 2009. Working for a small engineering company where he was hired to construct and paint small scale models for aerodynamic and dispersion testing in a wind tunnel, he excelled at this job and quickly learned how to use almost every type of CAD software and modern tooling. Ending up at Proctor, he has said that it was the start of another something great. Within two weeks of starting at Proctor, his daughter Avery was born; further expanding the new chapter in his life. He couldn’t be happier with the expansion of his work family and family!
Meeting my wife; and the birth of my daughter are the best things that have ever happened to me.
Empire Strikes Back is the best in the franchise; and I will fight you about it.
The 1989 Ferrari F1-89 640's engine, makes my favorite sound, (until I heard my baby laugh).
It’s almost Friday every day with Bear, our master carpenter. He’s been one of Proctor’s lead fabricators for almost two decades, and been in the industry of building exhibits even longer. Always down for a game of ping pong or horse, he’s an essential part of our shop. Always thinking with a pencil and paper first, he habitually takes the time to make sure whatever he’s doing is done right.
He's not from around here.
He's actively involved in his culture.
You'll never hear him brag, but he's a knowledgeable sports fan.
She’s a bubbly city girl at heart and could be considered a Denver concierge, as she can recommend the best & newest hotspots and is passionate about hunting for all the fun this city has to offer. Jessica is a true foodie, loves entertaining & decorating, and any excuse for a party (her greatest one to date was a Catalina wine mixer where she sold 10 helicopters in her attic that night). She’s obsessed with art and design, and is enthralled with the people that make our world beautiful with their craft. Isn’t it perfect how those things are part of Proctor?
The last time she was in Jamaica she won a dance contest.
To get balanced she likes to get unbalanced by going to yoga or drinking wine with friends.
Lastly and most importantly: she love dogs SO much that she started a side business pet sitting, and over the last 6yrs and nothing has brought her more joy.
Jim the crafty veteran boasts 25 years in the tradeshow business still loves it. Weekends might find Jim camping and off-roading in the mountains with his best friend and wife of 29 years, Tammy. If not, he is typically on his Harley trying to get lost.
Josh is another of our talented fabricators; if we can design it, he can build it. His ability to improvise adapt, and overcome make him a great component of Proctor. He believes wholeheartedly that for every feeling there is a suitable song, and lists sleeping in dumpsters with kings as past experiences.
He loves his two kids, a boy and a girl, and they are cuter than your kids.
When he lived in New York City, he worked on all the stage sets for Wicked The Musical on Broadway.
He's an avid duck hunter, which is a big change from New York City.
Justin fits in nicely with the Proctor culture. JP is a Colorado native who came to Proctor by way of Media sales, and his 16 years of experience in Radio, TV, Digital Media and sales management sets him up perfectly to be our Director of Business Development. He works hand in hand with marketing and sales to identify strategic partnerships and grow company goals. He is a single father of his two children, Aiden & Josephine, and he enjoys coaching their league sport teams, mountain biking, camping, and snowboarding. When asked what his favorite Colorado activity is, he’ll respond immediately with: “sittin’ by a campfire in the mountains under the stars sippin’ whiskey and listening to bluegrass!”
He was in a home explosion at a young age.
When dancing, his signature move is the moonwalk.
He’s currently writing his autobiography titled: The Yes Man Who Said No.
“Kovy” is our builder extraordinaire and uses his skills, knowledge, and experience to give our clients a product that’s attractive, functional, and durable. He has a special place in his heart for travel trailers and motorhomes, and feels he could live in one while driving our entire continent. God speed Keven!
Keven grew up in southern California on the beach until high school, then moved north to kick foot bag with the hippies in 1984.
He believes the best thing to do with ice is skate on it.
He has been a builder extraordinaire for almost 30 years.
Leaving Massachusetts on his way to Alaska, Larry passed through Denver and never left. Larry made his home in Denver and took his first job in the exhibit industry in 1984. With a background as a cabinet maker, he fit right in and has worked to hone his skills ever since. Larry enjoys working with others, sharing his knowledge and celebrating in shared successes. Larry met his soon to be wife, Sandy, in 1989 while working together at an exhibit house. They enjoy skiing, mountain biking, camping, and traveling together.
When not working, Larry explores the Colorado wilderness.
You can often find him walking endlessly with bow and arrow enjoying the challenge of hunting large game.
Leo, as you probably guessed, is the guy in our story who decided to make the trip across the country and never left CO. He has developed many strong professional relationships throughout the years, locally and nationally, enabling Proctor to remain successful for longer than some of our employees have been alive. Outside of Proctor’s walls, and inside for that matter, Leo enjoys the art of music. His taste ranges through the Grateful Dead, The Boss, Ryan Adams and Jackson Browne. He is a pretty laid back guy, which is mirrored by his favorite pair o’ shoes: timeless Converse All Stars.
From 1973 -1976 he raced in District 8 AMA professional motorcycle scrambles and motocross.
In 1976 he went to Negril, Jamaica to stay for as long as he could with only $300.00 in his pocket. He managed to live there for 3 months!
In 1981 he was asked to design and build his first trade show exhibit. That was the beginning of Proctor Productions and he still loves what he does every day.
Luke is a Colorado native that surfs powder and jibs rails for his winter fun time. He enjoys a good fixie stop, rockin’ the flow or the bro-bun, and future disco. Luke is a freelance inventor and product designer on the side, and loves entrepreneurial product ventures, of which he has been a part of two. He has a true passion for design, thinks with a pen, and strives for perfection to an obsessive point. He is a nerd for 3d printing, will tinker and take apart products more than he uses them, and point out ergonomic flaws in just about anything. Luke is the only raging sports fan in the design department and still plays ice hockey and pick up ultimate frisbee.
Luke launched his own LLC before graduating college called DeZION Colorado, with his first product: The Creation Station (a customizable case for iPads).
Competing against his student peers while in school, Luke was the National Merit Winner at the Art Institute of Colorado and represented his program at the 2011 IDSA Conference.
Before Proctor, Luke was self-employed as a freelance product design consultant for Giga Solar PV who crowdfunded a solar powered portable device charger named SolarGami.
‘Sparky Marky’ is Proctor’s Fabrication Manager and welding extraordinaire, but when he is not melding things together at crazy angles he takes advantage of Colorado’s great outdoors. Mark enjoys fly-fishing, hiking, but most importantly, 4-wheeling in his bad-to-the-bone Jeep Wrangler! His favorite colors are blue and orange…we will give you one guess why.
He has been professional diving for almost 30 years, and scuba'd in Hawaii, the Caribbean, Cozumel, and many other places in South America.
Everything he's ever done in his life has been wild.
He hates talking about himself in the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd person.
Another Kansas man from Basehor, he’s a steak, veggies, & mashed potatoes kind of guy. Michael’s another of our Project Managers and makes everything work together with all of the different opinions and ideas that float around here, keeping everyone involved happy and making sure projects leave our doors on time and looking good. He enjoys meeting new people, and hopes he makes a positive impact on each person he comes in contact with. Michael will travel around the world someday.
Loves riding and being around horses.
Always up for a new adventure, especially if it involves the wilderness.
Enjoys playing basketball and volleyball (doesn't hurt to be tall).
Paschal’s the one playing an endless supply of constantly changing music in the warehouse; this DJ-ing is almost a side gig here, when he’s not rocking shipments and the forklift. His appreciation of music comes through all his interests, from going to local shows to snowboarding and playing frisbee golf. Maybe when he’s done with business school at MSU Denver he’ll finally get to wear a top hat.
After years as an architectural design & visualization business owner, Phillip moved to Colorado with his wife and daughter for the snow and the mountains. Equally comfortable programming Autocad as he is with an ice axe. He fills his days dreaming of living the dream. Oh, and biking. He does a lot of biking.