Innovation & Filmmaking: Capture & Shape Content
What are the biggest changes disrupting filmmaking today? From equipment to accessories to apps, the explosion and subsequent interweaving of film and technology is changing the filmmaking landscape at a frenetic pace. Join filmmakers, developers and equipment representatives as they discuss the future and changing landscape of filmmaking tools.
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After working as a photojournalist for several home town newspapers in his native state of Utah, Steve joined Nikon in 1985 as a Technical Representative in Dallas Texas, then later in Sunnyvale California, and Salt Lake City, Utah. During his time in the field, he provided technical assistance and training to many pro photographers at major sporting and news events. He has trained government and military specialists all around the country and even at sea in the use of Nikon products. Steve also taught the Nikon School of Photography for 2 years. He joined the Nikon management team in their New York headquarters in 1999 where he holds the position of Senior Technical Manager and Media Spokesperson.
A pioneer in the digital media industry, Bannerman is recognized for highly innovative go-to-market strategies for such companies as ASSIMILATE, Apple, GenArts and CastStream.
Bannerman’s career highlights include the founding of Caststream, a successful streaming media company, which was acquired by Tarantella, and subsequently by Sun Microsystems, and the launch of Apple’s QuickTime TV Network, the world’s first content delivery network optimized for streaming video. At GenArts, a leading visual-effects software company, Bannerman launched the company’s first integrated sales and marketing effort. Bannerman has successfully launched new businesses and over 30 new products into a range of markets that include media & entertainment, consumer, enterprise and telecom