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Take a fascinating journey into moviemaking history with special effects guru Ed Kramer. Remember the droid factory and fiery lava planet in Star Wars II & III? How about the skittering scarab beetles in The Mummy? The Quidditch course in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets? The Kraken in Pirates of the Carribbean II? The Rock Monster in Galaxy Quest? The weather & dramatic ocean effects in Twister, Deep Impact and The Perfect Storm? The T-Rex in Jurassic Park II? The multiplying puppies in 101 Dalmations? And how about the mischievous monkeys in Jumanji?
All of these memorable movie experiences and many more are the work of visual effects expert Ed Kramer. A Senior Technical Director and Visual Effects Artist at Industrial Light and Magic for many years, Ed has been an integral part of making movie magic for some of the biggest blockbusters of all time, including being part of visual effects teams winning the visual effects Academy Award in 2006 (for Pirates of the Carribbean II) and being nominated for four others. He has also done a significant amount of work for television, including Stargate SG-I and he animated the Columbia Pictures Lady with a Torch logo.
Ed's presentations on the history of visual effects are fascinating, and he has worked with many of the industry's top directors. Ed is now a professor teaching the next generation of VFX artists and still actively works in the visual effects industry.
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Jeff brings 30 years of television broadcast, multimedia, streaming video along with motion picture credentials and experience. He has a can do attitude with the ability to lead and train teams of technicians and artists. Jeff Olm excels in the abilities to develop reliable HD, 2K, 4K, 8K, and multimedia workflows.
In 1986 Jeff Olm moved to Hollywood and was hired at The Post Group Hollywood as a visual effects assistant editor. He worked on projects for Propaganda Films for INXS, Michael Jackson, MC Hammer, ZZ-Top and the TV shows "Max Headroom" and "Star Trek , The Next Generation".
Jeff has since held key roles as a Inferno artist, senior visual effects compositor and colorist on film projects including "Titanic", "The Fifth Element", "Spiderman", "Castaway", "Armageddon", "Seabiscuit", "Reign of Fire", "Zodiac", "Ghost Ship", "What Lies Beneath", "Live Free Die Hard", "Black Hawk Down" and "Harry Potter". Jeff has recently contributed to the look development, designed stereo visual FX,post-production workflows, for all distribution formats for the stereoscopic films. He completed "Journey to The Center of the Earth 3D" one of the first new modern live action digital CGI stereoscopic features. He then joined Dreamworks Animation and was the Colorist for their 3D feature films "Monsters vs. Aliens”, "How to Train Your Dragon", "Shrek Forever After", "Megamind", “Kung Fu Panda 2” , “Puss in Boots”, “Madagascar 3”, “Rise of The Guardians” and The Day The Earth Stood Still. His latest project was Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" with the Technicolor Colorist Team. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Daniel Hauben’s stock in trade has been the urban landscape. For more than 30 years he has been working on location in streets, in parks, from windows, and rooftops. Daniel received a degree in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He is an eight -time recipient of the BRIO Award from the Bronx Council on the Arts, and has been awarded artistic residencies in Spain, Germany, Costa Rica, Virginia, Connecticut and California. Mr Hauben has had over thirty national and international solo exhibitions including the Bronx Museum of the Arts and the American Embassy in Berlin. He has taught at the Pastel Society of America, the CUNY Graduate Center, the Art Students League, and currently teaches at the Riverdale YW-YMHA and the CCNY Spitzer School of Architecture. His public projects include “The EL” for the New York MTA’s ‘Arts For Transit’ program, and a twenty-two painting commission for a new (RAM Stern) library on the campus of Bronx Community College. His work is in corporate and public collections including The White House - Library of Congress - Museum of the City of NY - New York Historical Society - Harvard University - New York Public - Library - Zimmerli Art Museum.
For more information visit: www.danielhauben.com
Your Host Walter "Walt Dog" Abraham Will Be Discussing Declining Union Membership And The Negative Effects On The Working Class
Born and raised in the Bronx during the '70s provided the perfect ingredients for a lifetime of visual arts for Evan. With the emergence of Hip-Hop as a cultural movement, Evan gravitated to the visual element of the culture, graffiti.
Understanding the value of formal education, Evan moved to North Carolina where he received his Bachelors of Arts in Art Design from NC A&T SU. Upon graduation, Evan returned to New York City to create a life for him and his son.
To view more of Evan's work, visit: www.EvanBishopArt.com
Run from anything that causes you to fall into the same situation repetitively. Find refuge in the Lord to sustain you. Stop worrying about things you cannot fix in your own doing; give God the glory in and through all things that he is magnified and honored. Let this testimony too be your witness that He is the Living God, Saviour and King! (Jude 1:24-25). Join me today and we continue in "A Journey In The Word" discussing "The Negative Effects of Anixiety". Try God and BELIEVE.
Hebrews 11:6-Without faith it is impossible to please him, and he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and the rewarder to them that diligently seek Him.
Concussions are completely different than other injuries. When you facture a limb, there's recovery time gauged by how you feel and your ability to return to activity. Most injuries require rest or immobilization, however some activity may be possible with limitations.
Concussions are an invisible injury unlike any other. If concussed victim returns to school, play or work too early, the healing process is severely disrupted or delayed.
Wendy Clawsey suffers from post concussion syndrome. She can't completely escape the effects of what happened on the ski slopes nearly six years ago. There are many others, like her, who continue to suffer. Wendy has authored a book called, “Concussion” to share her invisible illness and the process of fighting her way back to full recovery.
Wendy joins us LIVE at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio on Wed., Sept. 10th at 7PM EST. Listen Fridays at NOON to our repeat broadcast on AMFM247 or anytime at iHeart Radio iTunes and Stitcher.com.
Cancer treatment is a necessity of the cancer journey. Side effects can happen due to these treatments – even some that happen after the treatment is finished. Our host Mark Burright shares with us about the importance of realizing this fact. He also tells us about what some of those late effects are and what we should do when these arise. Join Mark for an educational show that will help you know some of the things you should look for after your cancer treatments. And remember, ALWAYS talk to your doctor about any treatment and its side effects.
Bronx born Rush Humphrey was influenced early on by the work of classic comic books and hero cartoons. He studied at the New York School of Art and Design and later at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Rush studied under notable mentors: Will Eisner; father of the graphic novel and Harvey Kurtzman; creator of the world famous Mad magazine among many others. Today, his work is primarily using pen, ink, pastels, watercolors and his favored medium, digital painting. His commissioned work can be found in private collections and in his first crime novel called Guns and Daughters.
For more information visit: www.donoctavios.blogspot.com
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