The Farm announces the addition of Christopher Lambert as a field engineer and audiovisual (AV) programmer for The Farm. In his role, Lambert will configure, build, deploy, test and troubleshoot Q-SYS, Visionary and manufacturer-partner DSP and control programs.
“We’re thrilled to add such an experienced and talented Q-SYS programmer to the FarmAssist team,” says Andrew Stanley, VP of Services for The Farm. “Chris’ ongoing drive to expand his capabilities and tackle new challenges fits right into the culture of the FarmAssist Team. As we continue to grow our professional services offering, he was an obvious choice.”
Lambert began his career in the AV industry at Crawford Integrated Technologies as an AV integration designer and programmer. Prior to Crawford, Lambert spent ten years working as EPIC (Electronic Healthcare Records software) workflow specialist where he worked side-by-side with hospital medical staff during software deployment, focusing on trauma/emergency, laboratory, and patient movement.
“Having had a working relationship with The Farm, as a rep, for a few years I already had a bit of an idea of the culture here,” says Lambert. “After collaborating on a project with the FarmAssist team my curiosity piqued, and after some long discussion with Andrew, it became apparent this could be a great match. I’m ecstatic to be a part of a stellar team! They have all been absolutely welcoming and supportive.”
Outside of work, Lambert’s an avid backpacker, snowboarder, certified scuba diver and tandem skydiver. He’s played the guitar for over 25 years, built his first PC at 12 years old and enjoys traveling and live performances including theater, concerts and music festivals.
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