Virtual Production Experts Join Silicon Valley Video, April 7
Virtual Production or ICVFX (In-Camera VFX) is the latest thing in Hollywood. But the use of LED walls/volumes pushes the boundaries of what is possible in any production. SVG’s Silicon Valley Video Initiative will be providing a forum for experts who will provide how-to pointers about this brave new production technology, at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific on April 7 (virtual).
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The session will feature the insights and learnings of these leaders in this emerging industry sector:
Erik Weaver, Head of Virtual & Adaptive Production, Entertainment Technology Center @ USC
Jay Spriggs, Co-Founder and CTO, Voluminous Studios
A.J. Wedding, Co-Founder, Orbital Studios
Michel Suissa, Managing Director, The Studio @ B&H, will be moderating.
Erik Weaver is an Emmy-nominated leader with a background in delivering next-generation solutions, creating high-performing teams, and crafting strategies for long-term business success. He is currently the Head of Virtual and Adaptive Production at the Entertainment Technology Center at USC.
Jay Spriggs is a technologist who has designed and implemented some of the earliest and most advanced virtual production stages. A thought leader in a variety of production disciplines, he creates comprehensive and sustainable technology solutions for clients like XR Stage, Sweetwater, Monolith, Intrepid Studios, PRG, Weta, ETC@USC, Salesforce, Beyoncé, John Legend, and more.
A.J. Wedding is the co-founder of Orbital Studios, a virtual production studio Los Angeles offering the latest in virtual production technology and solutions. He is currently the Virtual Production Supervisor for the FX series “Snowfall,” and produces the industry-focused podcast “The Callsheet.”
Silicon Valley Video is an initiative of the Sports Video Group (SVG), designed to serve the information and community needs of video production professionals working in Big Tech. For more information about this SVG initiative visit: www.siliconvalley.video