Where I’m Speaking

Want to find out how you can improve your own projects, shaping your stories better using the Lean Forward Moment?

I’ll be speaking in a number of places over the next several months. Why don’t you compare your calendars and the list below to see where they overlap?


Las Vegas, NV.  At the NAB ConventionWednesday, April 22, 2009.  Final Cut Pro Users Group Booth (South Hall).

Las Vegas, NV.  At the NAB ConventionTuesday, April 21, 2009. 3pm (tentative) Avid Technology Keynote.  “Where are the new editors coming from? And how will they learn how to get
there?”

Las Vegas, NV.  At the NAB ConventionMonday, April 20, 2009. 3pm (tentative) Avid Technology Keynote.  “Where are the new editors coming from? And how will they learn how to get
there?”

Las Vegas, NV.  At the NAB Convention. .  Monday, April 20, 2009.  2pm  Book Signing at the NAB Bookstore, South Hall

San Francisco, CA  Saturday, April 4, 2009Apple Store (1 Market Street). at 1:00pm.

Emeryville, CA  Friday, April 3, 2009.  Pixar Animation.  Not open to the general public.

Park City, UT. Monday, January 19, 2009, 2:00pm at New Frontiers. Sundance Film Festival. I will be leading a panel succinctly entitled “Meet the Sundance Filmmakers and How they Found that “Lean Forward” Moment to Tell a Compelling Story”.  I will be interviewing a few Sundance filmmakers, screening a scene or two from their films, and talking about how they structure stories and the use of the Lean Forward Moment concept.

Digital Production Buzz, Thursday, January 1, 2009 and beyond.  I’m being interviewed by Larry Jordan on his radio show/podcast, The Digital Production Buzz.  Listen in!!  In fact, I’d subscribe to the podcast if you have any interest in media production and post-production at all.  Co-hosted by Jordan and LAFCPUG chief honcho Mike Horton, it’s a weekly podcast that is a must-listen.

San Francisco, CA  Thursday, January 8, 2009, 12noon.  Macworld. I’ll be speaking at the Peachpit Booth on the Macworld Exhibitors Floor. I’ll immediately follow Mark Christiansen, author of Adobe After Effects CS4 Visual Effects and Compositing: Studio Techniques