Name: Val Nassar
Job Title: National Operations Manager
My role at Tri-Point Rigging Services is…
Leading the daily work schedule of Tri-Point’s Branches nationwide. Supervising the daily management and allocation of resources across the entire business, ensuring on time delivery of high quality products and services to our clients.
What has been your favourite project that you have worked on to date, and why?
“Gladiators” in Lebanon because I met my wife there, she was the assistant producer back then…
When I was a kid I wanted to be…
An Airforce Officer
The best advice I have ever been given is…
A little progress each day adds up to big results.
My first job was…
Casual Climbing Instructor
My favourite artist/band of all time is…
If I was an animal I would be a…
The three things I can’t live without are…
My lovely family, wife and two kids.
The worst thing to happen on one of my projects was…
A random person shut down the generator while filming a TV program in the desert.
Who would win a fight between Batman & Spiderman?
Three things I want to do before I die are…
Travel the world, pilot an airplane, base jump.
Tri-Point Rigging Services would like to welcome our newest team member to the fold! With a background in television and event hire services, Val Nassar joins Tri-Point as our new National Operations Manager. Val’s role involves managing and overseeing the day to day operations of all of Tri-Point’s projects and interests. Val will additionally provide end-to-end account management to our key film clients, and manage all staff, crew and stakeholder relationships at Tri-Point. We welcome Val and the experience he brings with him to our company, and we look forward to working together to continue to deliver on, and consistently exceed, client’s expectations across the board.
The first Australian Event Awards Ceremony to take place on the Sunshine Coast kicked off with a bang this week, recognising and celebrating the best events in Australia and achievements in the industry around the world between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016.
Among this year’s winners was a balance of Event Awards veterans and first time finalists. Byron Bay Bluesfest won Best Regional Event, Ample Projects won Best Achievement in Design for their work on Be The Light For The Wild, Taronga Zoo for Vivid Sydney 2016, and Imagination took home the gong for Best Technical Achievement for their work on Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience.
It was an honour to see Opera Australia take out the award for the Best Cultural, Arts or Music Event for this year’s Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour: A Production of Turandot. We are proud to be a part of this landmark event, delivering the main stage steel & scaffold infrastructure on the waters of Sydney Harbour at Farm Cove annually since 2013.
After a classy VIP cocktail reception on the lawns, with a firework demonstration from Foti Fireworks, we headed into the beautifully decorated marquee for dinner and the awards ceremony.
Awards Partner, Apples and Pears Entertainment, provided two brilliant acts to entertain attendees. With Sarah Rowan-Dahl creating a stunning artwork through the evening as the show rolled on around her, and Kimberley Heberley’s beautiful voice providing a sweet prelude to the main course. Meanwhile, drumming outfit Junkyard Beats contributed the show-starting bang.
Click here to see the full list of winners.
Tri-Point are Proud Sponsors of the Australian Event Awards.
The Australian Event Awards is the pinnacle awards program for the events industry in Australia. The program is guided by ongoing industry consultation to answer the need for cohesiveness across the entire Australian industry, to develop industry identity and to assist Australian operators in cross-development of opportunities between events and event disciplines.
The program is all-inclusive, being open to all Australian events, event managers and support service providers regardless of:
- event type or audience
- event size or attendance
- event location or association membership
It is the only opportunity for Australian events and event organisers to be acknowledged on a level playing field, across the entire national events industry.
For the first time this year, the Event Awards takes it’s annual Awards Ceremony to the Sunshine Coast, to be held on Wednesday September 21 2016 at the Novotel Twin Waters Resort, Queensland.
To view a full list of the finalists, the winners of which will be announced at the black tie ceremony on Wednesday, click here to be taken to the Event Awards website.
Tri-Point Rigging Services continues a long relationship as a Proud Sponsor of the Australian Event Awards.
Mel Gibson’s WWII drama Hacksaw Ridge has received a staggering 10-minute standing ovation during its world premiere at the 73rd Venice Film Festival.
The movie is based on the true story of US Army medic Desmond Doss, a Seventh-day Adventist who saved the lives of 75 of his comrades while refusing to bear arms under seige at the Battle of Okinawa.
The American-Australian film was filmed mostly in Australia and stars Andrew Garfield and Vince Vaughn alongside homegrown talent Teresa Palmer, Sam Worthington, Ryan Corr, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths and Richard Roxburgh.
According to Deadline, the film received a standing ovation – a rarity at Venice – that lasted roughly 10 minutes. Approximately six minutes into the applause, Gibson, Garfield, Palmer and the rest of the cast waded into the crowd to shake hands with the audience.
Gibson’s comeback film is shaping up to be one of the favourites at the prestigious event. It is expected to be a serious contender at the Oscars later this year.
Read more via the Sydney Morning Herald here.
Tri-Point are proud to have been involved with such a great film.
Premiering in a cinema near you soon!