Kenton Low has moved on from his position as executive director of New Media B.C., the Vancouver-based industry association. He has taken a position with interactive media firm Bardel Entertainment Inc. As of July 1 Low is the company’s executive VP overseeing sales, marketing, business development, and interactive. Rochelle Grayson, New Media B.C. board member and former president of digital agency Work at Play Media Labs Ltd., has temporarily taken over for Low, as the directors seek a permanent replacement. Low plans to continue to support New Media B.C. with government relations for the time being. Meanwhile, James Lewis, executive director of the Canadian Interactive Alliance/Allience Interactive Canadienne has left the organization.