Story Summit addresses new approaches to story-telling, innovating with technology and creating sustainable and innovative production and business models of media content. This gathering of North American media, entertainment and content creators brings together the most forward thinking and knowledgeable industry professionals to share their experiences and ideas. Createasphere designed the two days of content and session with speaker and presenter procurement. Also overseeing the marketing and public relationship with The Banff Centre. storysummit.ca
Createasphere was engaged to program and spear head the submission process for two days of multi theaters, workshops and keynote content. NAB NYC gathered hundreds of speakers covering topics such as 4K Production, Digital Asset Management, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, High Dynamic Range. Additionally, Createasphere expanded the industry relationships and supported guilds and organizations participation such as the Producers Guild of American, American Society of Cinematographers, Society of Camera Operators, NY Production Alliance, ATSC.org. nabshowny.com
The Society of Camera Operators Lifetime Achievement Awards 2015 & 2016 were produced by the Createasphere team. Overall design, production, presenter procurement, overseeing the all aspects of the Awards show including financial accountabilities. SOCAwards.com
StoryWorld Quest Conference
Createasphere designed, programed and executed Story World Quest, a two-day conference with an addition day of hands on workshops. Speakers presented topics on new Media, Transmedia, funding and new distribution opportunities. Storyworldquest.com
Annual event offered the knowledge and tools content creators need to compete in the ever-changing world of production, post, and delivery. Cinematographers, editors, directors, producers, and more gathered to see a comprehensive collection of exhibits, get hands-on at Gear Alley, attend interactive panels, and participate in intensive presentations. Createasphere’s Fall Entertainment Technology Expo covered film and TV production, VFX, post production, digital cinema, event photography, and web delivery.
2009 – 2013, Los Angeles, New York, and Europe
The Premier Event on the Management of Digital Assets
A worldwide gathering of thought leaders and experts in Digital Asset Management, Createasphere’s DAM Conferences offered innovative solutions and dynamic training to professionals responsible for the creation, handling, security, or underwriting of digital assets. Globally, media and digital content creators are struggling to keep up with asset management within their enterprises. Createasphere brings together technology leaders, entertainment and media organizations, and an interdisciplinary group of practitioners to define the future of DAM.
July 2013 Hollywood
The TransVergence Summit was the first conference of its kind that brings together the creatives, tools and technologies needed for transmedia, cross platform and branded content strategies. Thought leaders from film and television, gaming, live entertainment, publishing and more will participate in high-level panel discussion and presentations covering these essential new ways of communication and audience engagement.
2012 – 2013 Los Angeles and Chicago
Executive Marketplace was a semi annual buyer seller event for the houses of worship market. Manufactures had thirty minute high level sales meetings with vetted buyers seeking their product. This event was the first in this industry sector and generated millions in sales for the participating sponsors.
2003 – Currently
Createasphere has produced hundreds of workshops and seminars worldwide over the past fifteen years. Assisting in both the marketing and sales efforts of the technology manufactures and educating large groups of content creators, content manager, broadcasters and the multi screen industry. Workshops that Createaphere has produced; VariCamps, P2 Workflow Workshops, Data Manage for the ICG, REDucation, Canon ESO Moving Workshop, ColorCamp, HD 101, DAM 101 and the list goes on.