Director, VR and AR, Dell
Sessions: DELLiVR Keynote
Gary Radburn is the Director of VR/AR globally at Dell Inc. As part of his role, he manages the team charged with developing and delivering VR/AR technology, works closely with Dell customers on VR/AR deployments and founded Dell’s VR Centers of Excellence with locations around the world for businesses and consumers to experience and learn more about VR in the real world. With more than 27 years of experience in the technology industry, ranging from Engineering to Sales and Marketing, Gary has had experience across all aspects of designing successful products and solutions and bringing them to market. He has worked for companies such as Digital Equipment, 3Com and, for the past 16 years at Dell. Originating from the UK, where he managed the OptiPlex client business for EMEA, he went on to lead the Workstation Solutions team in the US and then championed graphics virtualization for engineering applications. This has now progressed into other domains and with the fast adoption of VR and AR solutions, Gary has taken the helm for driving this exciting new area of business.
Al Caudullo’s multiple award-winning career has spanned 38+ years of video production including excellence in HD, 3D, 4K UHD and now Immersive VR180 & 360VR as the Global Director of Marketing and Production for 360Today, a global news service presenting in 360 and VR180.
Caudullo has been a featured speaker at over three dozen conferences and seminars worldwide including in China, Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, London, and Hollywood.
As an Immersive Videographer and Editor for film, TV and corporate production, his clients have included LG, Panasonic, Hitachi, Discovery Channel, Samsung, NVidia, 3DeeCentral, Polaroid, Toyota, LG, Panasonic, Google, Facebook and many others.
He is often cited in a wide variety of international publications including, MSNBC, ICG (International Cinematographer Guild) magazine, and Bernard Mendiburi’s book, “3D TV and 3D Cinema, Tools and Processes for Creative Stereoscopy.” Al continues writing for International Magazines and websites like Student Filmmakers and HD Pro Guide, and 360 Today.
Apple Certified Trainer
Nick Harauz is a certified Apple video trainer in both Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5.
He has the uncanny ability to engage his students and create a level of relatedness that keeps them coming back for more. Since 2002, Nick has worked with domestic and international brands, offering a wide variety of video production and motion graphic services. He has worked with clients such as Proctor & Gamble, Diageo, Virgin Mobile, and Mastercard. He was editor of the feature documentary ‘My Father and the Man in Black’ that can be found on iTunes. Nick’s training can be found online through Motion VFX, Lynda and LearnQuest. When he is not teaching, travelling, or creating video content, Nick can be found in a box fit class.
Director/Producer, DeLouise Enterprises LLC
The best branded content starts with good storytelling. That’s where Amy comes in. Amy DeLouise helps clients convey a cohesive story about their mission, vision, products and services through multi-media and video. Whether she is producing an online video, developing a live event, or consulting on a rebrand, Amy helps organizations navigate the tools and best practices of effective branding and cause marketing, including how to effectively integrate social media into the mix.
Amy has worked for Fortune 500 companies, national nonprofits and public sector agencies. With more than 20 years experience, she is a sought-after public speaker, seminar leader, nonprofit board coach, and video content producer–and someone who can plug in to any leadership team and help get the work done. Some of Amy’s clients: Jewish Federations of North America, Children’s National Medical Center, Federal Express, The Centers for Disease Control, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Amy also teaches on Lynda.com.
Prior to launching her independent director/producer/speaker practice, Amy led an award-winning multimedia production company for 15 years, and garnered more than 40 of the top creative awards in the industry. She has been featured in stories in The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Business Journal and Moremagazine, and was named a Washington Area Woman-Owned Small Business Leader by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. She is a recipient of the prized Woman of Vision Leadership Award from the 1,000-member DC Chapter of Women in Film & Video.
Lionel Chok has been actively involved in producing digital content for television, cinema, the web, mobile and theatre since he started his career back in 1995. Seeing possible disruptions in the industry, he made a career switch and embarked on further learnings to upskill himself in Augmented and Virtual Reality. Today, he not only runs his very own startup, iMMERSiVELY, which specialises in Immersive Technologies, he is also a much sought after speaker and presenter in AR and VR; and a former contributor for VR at Forbes Asia.
Chris was the Director of Immersive at Adobe, overseeing the Adobe’s Immersive Media efforts. Chris is the software architect for Mettle’s SkyBox suite of 360VR cinematic tools, which Adobe acquired from Chris’ company Mettle. Chris co-founded Mettle in 1992. Mettle transformed the nascent 360VR video industry with their SkyBox software plugins for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, providing a dedicated toolset for editing and manipulating 360VR video and introducing core features and functionality that had previously been missing from the market. Today, Chris spearheaded “3DNA” Mettle's proprietary Spatial Computing Framework for Immersive content creation and delivery. Mettle customers include Facebook, Google, Apple, Samsung, HBO, New York Times, NASA, and virtually all other professional 360VR content producers. Chris is an advocate for Immersive storytelling, and regular presenter at SIGGRAPH, NAB and IBC conferences. Chris grew up in Montréal, and previously worked as an Illustrator, Designer, Art director and Creative Director.