Head of Production, Vision3, United Kingdom
As Head of Production for Vision3, Adam works closely with Production teams on Feature Film and Large 3DTV projects to cost and assemble bespoke 3D equipment and workflow solutions. Now one of the company directors, Adam joined Vision3 in 2008, from his role as Business Development Producer at Bigger Pictures.
CEO, Principal Media
David E. Brenner, CEO of Principal Media, oversees all aspects of the Beverly Hills-based TV production/distribution company. Under his stewardship, Principal Media has grown into the largest distributor of 3D programming in the world. They have also created over 300 hours of TV programming for Sky Channel, National Geographic, Travel Channel, Fox Reality, ABC Family and others.
Executive Director, Sony 3D Technology Center, Sony Corporation of America
Grant Anderson is Executive Director of the Sony 3D Technology Center where he consults on 3D productions and conversions, and teaches the theory and application of shooting high-quality 3D to motion picture industry professionals. The Sony 3D Technology Center, located on the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, CA, is dedicated to the creation of great 3D across movies, television, games and other platforms.
President, Parallax Film Productions
Ian Herring founded Parallax Film Productions to produce his own special brand of content - exploring the world of science and history for Canadian and international audiences. Growing up, Ian was draw to film technology by shooting dolly shots using shopping carts. Now, he works with the team to morph technologies to create 3D images.
Digital Intermediate Manager & Editor, Finale Editworks
James Cowan has more than 18 years of post production and imaging experience in the Vancouver market. With his recent move from Technicolor to Finale Editworks, James brings his feature film finishing expertise both in the 2D and 3D worlds.
President, Geveva Film Co.
James Stewart is one of the world's top 3D directors and the founder of the Geneva Film Co. in Toronto, Canada. Since 2000, James has produced and directed leading-edge spots for brands such as Toyota, Ford, Acura, Hyundai, TD Canada Trust, CIBC, Panasonic, Xerox and Bayer among others.
President, International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society
In his capacities, over the last seven years, Chabin has logged over one million air miles to host, market, or executive produce more than 100 events in Hollywood, New York, Dubai, Singapore, Sydney, Buenos Aires, Vienna, Athens, Mumbai, London, Moscow, and Berlin.
Director of 3D Production, Pixar Animation Studios
Joshua Hollander joined Pixar Animation Studios in November 2000 as modeling coordinator on the Academy Award® winning feature, “Finding Nemo.” After a year in this role, he moved on to manage Pixar’s first character department, also for “Finding Nemo.” Upon completion of his work in the character department, Hollander went on to work in Image Mastering as the Camera Manager for “Finding Nemo” and another Academy Award winning film, “The Incredibles.”
DR. MARIA LANTIN
Director of Research, Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Dr. Maria Lantin has been playing with stereoscopic 3D images and applications (both creative and applied) since 2000. Starting with Mainframe Entertainment where she worked on the first IMAX stereoscopic animation that never made it to the big screen but was still amazing, to running a stereoscopic CAVE at the Banff Centre, she has been experimenting with S3D in many forms.
Stereographic Supervisor, Disney Animation Studios
Robert Neuman is the Stereoscopic Department Head for Walt Disney Animation Studios. He recently finished work on “Wreck-it Ralph” and is currently supervising on their upcoming feature, “Big Hero 6″, and the 3D re-release of Disney’s hand drawn classic, “The Little Mermaid”.