Design and Production Incorporated is pleased to announce that Duncan Millar has been promoted from Director of Sales and Marketing to Vice President of Business Development and Marketing.
An industry veteran, Duncan is known for his ability to lead fabrication projects with a keen sensitivity for design intention. His outlook was shaped by his formative experiences as a designer. Duncan’s in depth knowledge of all aspects of exhibit design, fabrication, and installation is widely respected.
Duncan joined D&P in 1994 as a Project Director. In 1997 he was promoted to Exhibit Division Manager. During this period, Duncan was involved in many of the Company’s high profile projects, including the original Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Swatch Olympic Pavilion at the 1996 Games, and the Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems, and Minerals at the National Museum of Natural History.
In 2000, Duncan accepted a new position in the Midwest. His portfolio over the next several years expanded with exhibitions at nationally known museums such as the Basketball Hall of Fame, Eisenhower Presidential Library, Texas State History Museum, and the International Spy Museum.
D&P welcomed Duncan back to the Company in 2014, naming him Director of Sales and Marketing. Duncan’s long-standing relationships with exhibit designers, subcontractors, and museum staff facilitated many new, prestigious projects. The new exhibits at the Adirondack Museum, Johnson & Johnson Museum, and the recently opened Bell Museum in Minnesota stand out among among projects where he served as Project Executive. Duncan also led the proposal teams for other major projects such as the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Museum of the Bible, and the recently awarded West End of the National Air and Space Museum.
Company President J.F. Barnwell in announcing Duncan’s promotion commended his dedication and predicted on-going success in his new role.