Melville, NY—Canon USA, Inc., announced that 45-year veteran Eliott Peck will retire. Peck is the company’s executive vice president and general manager of the Imaging Technologies and Communications Group. His retirement will go into effect on March 31, 2020.
Canon USA credits Peck’s 45 years of strong leadership, dedication and achievements as shaping the success of Canon’s consumer and professional imaging products. Those products include camera, lens, video, inkjet printer, projector, display, broadcast lenses as well as new business innovations.
“Over the past 45 years, I have been fortunate to assume different roles at Canon as well as been part of the growth that saw the company become one of the premier brands in the world,” said Peck. “It has been a true honor for me to have worked with some amazingly bright and supportive people that have helped define and revitalize our industry through the years and created a brand that has emerged, adapted and grown to be the digital imaging solutions leader it is today.”
In addition to his career at Canon, Peck is an associate member of the American Society of Cinematographers; the nonprofit association is dedicated to advancing the art and practice of filmmaking. Furthermore, he is a member of the board of Industry Leaders for the Consumer Technology Association. He is also on the Executive Steering Committee of the Canon Americas board of Group Management.
“Eliott is a respected leader within our organization as well as within the imaging and consumer technology industry,” said Joe Adachi, chairman and chief executive officer, Canon USA, Inc. “On behalf of Canon USA, we share our immense gratitude for his service as well as his innovative contributions to our company.”