Missed NAB this year? Want to hear colleagues discuss their experiences at the show? TIVA’s NAB Wrap-Up Panel brings you the news from the annual National Association of Broadcasters convention. Panelists will discuss emerging trends in workflows, location gear, studio equipment, and content creation software. Find out how NAB itself has evolved in recent years and get tips on making the most of attending the show.
A certified instructor for Adobe and Apple, Rich is a practiced expert in motion graphic design and digital video. Starting his career out in the world of broadcast journalism, Rich has always had great interest in visual communications. His producing skills were also recognized by AV Video Multimedia Producer Magazine, which named him as one of the Top Producers of 2004.
Rich is a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Instructor Dream Team, and a popular speaker on the digital video circuit. He has chaired conferences since 2003 for the National Association of Broadcasters and is teaching sessions on a variety of topics at NAB 2018.
Chris DeMillo is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design and has a background ranging from editing, to on-set grip and camera work, to AV/IT. He has worked in genres stretching from commercials, to documentaries and reality television. For the last five years he has been working as the technical director and co-manager for The Real News Network and Baltimore Studios located in the heart of Baltimore City.
Bart Johnson is a freelance cinematographer and producer. After graduating from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a degree in Film and Television, he returned to the DMV area and founded Bart Johnson Productions, LLC in 2011. He has worked as a cinematographer for clients all around the globe, and has knowledge and experience with some of today’s latest and greatest camera equipment. His experience includes corporate videos, aerial video, narrative films, commercials, and documentaries. He can also be found on his educational filmmaking YouTube channel under the same name, Bart Johnson Productions.
Colin Sandy runs Sandy Audio Visual LLC (SAV) with his wife Carla. SAV specializes in producing live Internet broadcasts, encoder rentals and consulting. Colin is also a part-time college professor and member of the DC bar. For more information, visit Sandy Audio Visual on Facebook or online at www.savweb.com.
Montserrat Gorina-Ysern transitioned to digital filmmaking in 2012 following two successful careers in law and languages in three continents. She is an independent video and short producer, founder and director of Montserrat Gorina-Ysern, LLC, and of Healthy Children-Healthy Oceans Foundation. She draws on forty years in the legal field in Barcelona (Spain), Cambridge (U.K.), Melbourne and Sydney (Australia), where she was the first woman of non-English speaking background to be awarded a Ph.D. in international law in 1996 for her thesis. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in law from Catalan universities, and has a record of international publications in the legal field (including two monographs). Additionally, Montserrat leans for her subtitled projects on thirty years as Spanish language accredited and certified court interpreter and translator.
The 2018 Post-NAB Wrap-Up event is on Monday, May 7th, at NAB – National Association of Broadcasters, located at 1771 N Street NW, Washington DC 20036
Directions can be found here
Networking begins at 6:30 PM and the panel starts at 7:00 PM.