Technical Scouting at Tate Modern

As filmmakers, we’re tasked with telling compelling stories through the visual medium. However, I believe that filmmaking is about problem-solving. One of the biggest challenges in documentary filmmaking is figuring out how to use the limitations of your space to your advantage. Technical scouting is an industry practice that involves viewing a shoot space ahead

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Cheers To My Three Years

JOINING RED HAT My first year at Red Hat was mostly focused on getting accustomed to the fast-paced, in-house agency, corporate world. In my first week, I attended a Marketing team off-site meeting that included every team on the 9th floor—talk about intimidating. The ice breaker on the first day was to share your name,

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Emergence of Virtual Reality in Marketing

In 2017, 30% of global consumer-facing companies will experiment with augmented reality and virtual reality1.  Virtual reality (VR) is currently in its “wild west” phase as brands try to find engaging ways to use it for marketing purposes. Right now, it’s easy to use the novelty of VR to engage with customers, but soon VR

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HUNG : A COLLABORATION OF METAL AND CLAY

Featuring the work of Sarah Tector and Liz Kelly At VAE in Raleigh, June, 2017   Hung, “A Clayboration of Home Goods,” was an exhibition of functional home adornment objects like hanging pendant lights, hooks, knobs and small wall planters made of clay. Each piece was created collaboratively by Liz Kelly (a potter) and Sarah

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