From its beginning as a small photography studio, Iacono Productions has grown into 5 distinct but complementary companies that offer a wide array of creative, communication and construction services. Iacono’s primary focus is the “live experience” – meetings of all types and sizes, exhibits for trade shows and museums, and scenic elements for amusement parks and theaters.
Iacono's work has been on display at King's Island Fear Fest and the Tall Stacks river festival. The company helped stage the Grand Opening of the Freedom Center, as well as major vendor, employee and associate meetings for P&G, Macy’s, Cintas, Nationwide Insurance and the Longaberger Company.
Iacono services include: management, fabrication, construction, shipping and installation of all sets and environmental décor, oversized banners, directional signage and poster printing, writing and graphic design.
Iacono has 46 employees in creative, managerial, production, technical and construction services, a production studio and two video editing suites. In Blue Ash, the company has its own print plant, as well as a fabrication space where skilled workers design and construct high quality sets for theaters, arenas, cruise lines, museums and amusement parks. Speaking to worker quality, Iacono recently built most of the sets for Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" touring production.
In keeping with the company's do-it-all mantra they have recently formed 3dx Flamecoat
, focused on public fire safety by treating venues onsite with fire retardants.
Writer: Feoshia Henderson
Source: Bill Stock, Iacono's VP of productions