The Amplify Additive TeamAbout Us
A place where quality is valued from our culture to the products and services we provide our customers. Amplify was created to better the lives of those around us through innovative technology.
CEO & Founder
Brian is the founder of Amplify Additive. He is passionate about orthopedics and is well-versed in all aspects of advanced manufacturing – from the industry’s leading innovators and product development to commercialization strategies and business trends. Creative and entrepreneurial by nature, Brian’s attention is on identifying opportunities for new business development in existing and emerging orthopedic markets, and in assisting companies looking to leverage AM technology.
Brian and his team at Amplify are focused on advancing Additive Manufacturing for Orthopedics, utilizing GE Additive’s Arcam Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology for innovative implant solutions across all indications. Brian has experience across all industry lines in the orthopedic market including design & manufacturing for a leading CMO; as a clinical specialist working directly with surgeons; as the VP of Engineering and co-founder of a Foot & Ankle implant company leveraging AM for implants; and now as the leader at Amplify Additive. Brian has a BS in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Vermont.
Brian lives in Yarmouth, ME with his wife and two sons. In addition to his passion for the orthopedic market, he enjoys playing and coaching soccer, alpine skiing, cycling, running and occasionally golfing.
Vice President - Operations
Jeff brings more than 30 years of senior level business operations experience to the Amplify team. He began his Maine career developing and managing the procurement, supply chain and logistics divisions at IDEXX Laboratories, ultimately growing their distribution and logistics operations across five continents.
His experience managing healthcare operations was on full display as COO of Synernet, Inc. During this time the business expanded to encompass 6 separate operating divisions, servicing hospital systems throughout North America. This growth led to a successful buyout and sale to MaineHealth, Inc.
Most recently Jeff utilized his experiences to teach Entrepreneurship and Business Marketing classes to high school students in Arizona, with that program being recognized by Governor Ducey and the State Legislature for its innovative and creative approach to our youth.
Jeff and his wife have moved back to Maine and enjoy golfing, skiing, hiking, their two grandchildren, and their Puerto Rican rescue dog named Rummy.
Additive Design & Manufacturing Lead
Andre spent his early design career interning for a variety of companies to hone his design skills before consulting for ARCADIA designworks, as well as other businesses. He helped design, engineer and source an extensive variety of products from high-end office furniture to outdoor gear, as well as developing websites, branding packages, and other print and new media advertisements.
He graduated from Wentworth Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Industrial Design. Andre is also an adjunct professor for an intro to industrial design class at Southern Maine Community College and serves on the board of Maine Ultimate, a non-profit growing the sport of ultimate frisbee in Maine.
In his spare time, Andre enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, riding bikes, ski touring the northeast, and designing products using repurposed materials.
Additive Manufacturing Project Engineer
Emma grew up in Westbrook, ME and attended the University of Maine for Biomedical Engineering. At UMaine, she was an undergraduate research assistant, teaching assistant, tutor, and member of the Outing Club.
Emma graduated in May 2022 and is completing her Master’s of Science in Biomedical Engineering while starting her career with ARCH Additive – Portland. Emma’s thesis work is related to additive manufacturing, with a focus on soft-tissue ingrowth of porous, 3D printed transcutaneous implants.
Emma enjoys spending her free time outside, especially hiking, skiing, and relaxing on the lake. She also loves to cook and travel.
Additive Manufacturing Project Engineer
Kaitlyn graduated from the University of Maine with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering. She first became interested in engineering through the use and design of prosthetics and the application and technology of medical devices. A large factor in her decision to pursue this career path was the fact that she had the chance to touch the lives of people in need.
For the summer of 2021, Kaitlyn worked at Abbott Laboratories as an intern within the engineering department. This site focused on the production of BinaxNOW COVID-Antigen Self-Tests. She also spent two years working at the Advanced Structures and Composites Center as a Student Research Assistant working within the lab building military equipment and gaining experience with FDM 3D printers.
Kaitlyn enjoys being outside, going for hikes, and kayaking. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Additive Manufacturing Associate
Ben worked in the Navy as an Aviation Ordnanceman performing inspections and repairs on weapon systems and aircraft. After the Navy, he transitioned to school and has worked in machine shops and with contract manufacturers in Maine.
Ben graduated from Southern Maine Community College with his Associate’s Degree in Precision Machining and Manufacturing. He is pursuing his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Southern Maine, beginning in the Fall of 2022.
In his free time, Ben enjoys keeping up with his small garden and house plants. He also spends time upgrading and repairing hobbyist grade FDM 3D printers.
Amplify AdditiveA Culture of Quality
Quality Policy Statement
At Amplify Additive, we are committed to providing the highest quality products at a competitive price. We strive to exceed all of our customers requirements through a continued focus on quality improvements. It is our policy that the Amplify name must represent quality, integrity, and absolute customer satisfaction while meeting all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.
Integrity is the defining quality of our team and our work. We are honest and devoted about doing the right thing and providing safe solutions. We are committed to doing what's best for our customers as if they were an extension of our own family.
We operate with transparency and pride ourselves on providing visibility into our process through internally and externally communicating with honesty and respect. It is an integral part of our culture of quality as we work towards our common goal of helping people.
Accountability is paramount when designing for the human body. We take ownership for ourselves, our colleagues, our company, and most importantly, our customers. We are always proactively looking for opportunities to educate, grow and learn.