david beahm design is pleased to announce the confirmation of two new managerial positions. Mr. Christopher Confero, will serve as Vice President  and Mr. Andrew Jackson Litz, will fill the role of Production Manager at the well-respected event design and planning company. Confero, owner of southern brand Christopher Confero Design, will now also be crafting social, corporate, and non-profit events under the moniker of Christopher Confero for david beahm. Litz is slated to oversee operations and production at the david beahm design Bronx studio. Beahm stated, “I am very excited to have the infusion of fresh ideas and points of view to my company. We are going to use this time to rethink our approach to the event industry. I look forward to finding new ways to give our clients an even better product than we have before.”

Christopher Confero, deemed by The Knot founder, Carley Roney, as the “talk of the South,” is an expert at transforming spaces and creating experiences. An inspired lighting, graphic, and floral designer, Christopher has quickly become one of the most sought-after event professionals in the Southeast for his graceful customer service and impeccable style. With Christopher’s background in the arts, he conceptualizes full-scale productions that amaze and delight. His signature style – modern luxury – combines a contemporary approach with traditional elements; but insists all designs have a meaning for today.

Andrew Litz has had seven years of experience in the world of special events. From account management, to creative development, to project execution, he has honed his skills in every aspect of the production process. He is also well versed in the areas of budget maintenance, vendor negotiations, and event design. Andrew brings an innovative thought process to the table to assess objectives with an effective and imaginative approach. David’s directive to Andrew is the task transforming the david beahm design Bronx Studio into a living, breathing creative space that not only produces events, but becomes an artistic and altruistic resource for other designers.

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