TriVision opened a studio inside the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center on 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue. The new facility has a green-screen production studio, a color-changing curved white wall interview set/conference room, a control room and executive offices.
“After 22 years of being in the business, it was time to extend our reach beyond Northern Virginia and Baltimore and begin a new chapter inside downtown Washington, with plans for New York and Los Angeles locations in the near future,” said Sulaiman Lutfi, president and CEO of TriVision.
According to a release, this studio marks TriVision’s latest expansion efforts to be “a dominant force in the creative marketing and media communications communities” of the D.C. metro region. “This move was a long-time in waiting and we are excited to be in the heart of the capital city,” said Arsalan Lutfi, Senior VP and creative director of TriVision.
In addition to the new D.C. facility, which was launched with a party, shown above, TriVision has a multimedia studio headquarters inChantilly, Va, and a downtown Baltimore studio.