Framing is one of those topics that we don’t discuss too often. Just so happens we found one Academy Award and Emmy Winning producer, Whitney Rowlett that has to deal with framing each and every day from commercials to virtual reality. You will enjoy this one for sure. March 13, 2017
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A microbiologist turned producer, Whitney has produced commercials, pilots, feature films, and internet series for major corporations including SyFy, Verizon, The Travel Channel, Comedy Central, Machinima, and CBS. She was a member of the Academy Award winning art team on The Amazing Race, and wore several hats during production for The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Emma Approved, both recipients of an Emmy for Original Interactive Programming. Whitney produced Virtual Reality experiences for Kellogg’s, General Electric, Nokia, Jaunt Media, and Google Spotlight Stories. Her passions also include choreographing Renaissance and Regency Era dance, yoga, and creating stunning visual content.
This podcast we have the chance to discuss:
- How does framing work in film?
- Does VR change the way framing works?
- What aspects do you need to consider to frame your target's emotions properly?
- And much much more
Follow Whitney at her site: www.countstonine.com
Whitney also recommends this book: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho