- Cinema 4D Training on GreyScaleGorilla
- Creating “Helen Keller Had a Pit bull”
- PopSugar.tv Broadcasts Live with Tricaster
- Blackmagic Design Supports New Avid & Adobe Releases
GUESTS: Nick Campbell, Josh Mitchell, Ric Perez-Selsky, and Dan May
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Join Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:
Nick Campbell, Animator and Photographer, Greyscalegorilla
Nick Campbell worked at Digital Kitchen as an animator and a photographer where he made TV commercials and title sequences. He also founded an iPhone App company called BananaCameraCo and a motion design education and product site called Greyscalegorilla. Nick has recently been speaking to students and creatives about how to be creative and get paid to do what you love. This is a speech we want to hear ourselves!
Josh Mitchell, Filmmaker, “Helen Keller Had a Pit bull”
Josh Mitchell is a writer, director, actor and publicist. He recently created a film called, “Helen Keller had a Pit bull.” Just on the title alone, we thought it would be interesting, then we saw the trailer. Wow.
Ric Perez-Selsky, Technical Director, Popsugar.tv
Ric Perez-Selsky, Technical Director for Popsugar.tv, also works as an independent filmmaker and loves to direct narrative film when he is not directing live broadcasts for PopSugar. We want to learn more about creating live broadcasts for the web.
Dan May, President, Blackmagic Design, Inc.
Earlier this week, Blackmagic Design announced support for Avid Media Composer 7. So we invited Dan May, President of Blackmagic Design, Inc. to tell us this week about Blackmagic’s support for Avid, their recently announced support for Adobe Creative Cloud, and his thoughts on Apple’s up-coming MacPro.
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