Key takeaways and insights from Adobe’s new research report, “Creativity’s Diversity Disconnect”, on the importance of diversity and inclusion in the creative industry.
Ana Dias filmed her first YouTube video in her student room at university, introducing herself to the YouTube community with a video that combined video, graphics, and music. She’d been playing with the idea of making videos for ages, but certainly didn’t expect that her open, honest approach would result in an invitation to join the New Age Creators.
Orin Willis first became interested in YouTube as a hobby. After choosing to focus his university studies on music production, he quickly found himself doing more with his hobby than with his actual studies. With a handful of other creators with similar sensibilities, he launched the New Age Creators.
André Beaupoil earned his first paycheck as a journalist when he was just 15 years old working as a summer intern at a computer magazine. The editor saw him working with a flight simulator and asked him to write about it. Thirty years later he is a seasoned journalist, freelance contributor, and adviser.
Virtual reality (VR) is a powerful new form of storytelling that’s making waves in the video industry. VR City is one company that is embracing this new medium in both documentary and commercial projects.
Hailing from the southeast of England, Mike Russell has built his career as a digital audio expert, voiceover artist, and popular instructor. More than a decade ago he started Music Radio Creative, which produces high-quality audio content for DJs, radio stations, and podcasters.