- More Conflicts at SAG/AFTRA
- The Power and Risk of Wearable Technology
- A Love of Art, Comedy, and Particle Effects
Guests this Week
SAG/AFTRA’s recent election re-energized long-standing rifts in the union. Jonathan Handel, entertainment labor reporter for “The Hollywood Reporter,” joins us live tonight to discuss what’s happening in SAG/AFTRA and its repercussions on the rest of the industry.
Avery Lu, is Co-Founder & Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Palo Alto Scientific, Inc., a wearable tech company. The company’s goal is to “Bring Sports Science to Everyone” integrating Sports Science, Data Analytics, Wearable Technology and the “Internet of Things.” He is also an in-demand technology speaker. Tonight, we talk with him about wearable technology and the risks we run when we have all this personal data dangling from our wrist.
Casey Hupke is a visual FX designer and animator who has been working in the commercial industry for the better part of seven years. As a freelancer he collaborates with studios to help define an art style for clients such as IBM, ATT, Coca Cola, and Buick. This week, he explains how his passion for comedy – and particle effects – helps define his workflow and aesthetic.