Our six MMJ students were picked out of an incredible group of 51 applicants from the US and abroad. Our selections stood out for their well-rounded skill sets, innovative ideas, and recommendations by their professors. These six students worked with faculty advisors Nancy Dupont and Iveta Imre to cover BEA2019 and the NAB show, which can be found below.
Meet The Team
Filmographer John Woody talks about the transition to using his iPhone exclusively to shoot video.
Students attending the #BEAvegas conference talk about their experience after day two of the conference.
Thomas Noble is two months from retiring from contracting in Las Vegas. Right now Noble is working hard to make sure the NAB 2019 Show is ready for Monday’s start by setting up the show room floor. He has been working in the Las Vegas area for 32 years and has personally been crucial in setting up 8 NAB shows. Noble says it took 10 days and 200 operators to set up the 800 square foot show room his team was responsible for.
Noble has seen the world of technology improve before his very eyes while working the NAB and is excited to get the chance to experience it all for himself in his days of retirement. HE wants people to know that setting up the show with the plumbing, lights, carpeting, and more takes time and to understand the process to realize the process takes time and can not be done easily.
#BEAvegas 2019 attendees talk about their first day of the conference.
Michigan State professor Mike Castellucci was one of the panelists at “Photojournalism and Visual Storytelling in an Age of a Trillion Images — SESSION 2: Small Phone, Big Production” on Sunday. Here he shows us his jam-packed mobile setup.
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