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PES

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Biography

PES’s uncanny knack for transforming familiar objects and people through stop-motion animation has earned him global recognition and dozens of honours, including an Academy Award® nomination for Fresh Guacamole in 2013 (the shortest film ever nominated for an Oscar).
PES is the creator of some of the most widely viewed stop-motion films of all-time including Roof Sex, KaBoom!, Game Over, Human Skateboard, Western Spaghetti, and Fresh Guacamole. On YouTube alone, his films have been viewed over 200 million times.
In addition to his original content, PES has also directed over 60 commercials for major international brands including Android, Honda, Orange Telecom, Kinder Surprise, PlayStation, Sprint, Samsung and Bacardi.
His latest spot for Honda – entitled “Paper” – has won numerous awards, including a Gold Pencil at the 2016 One Show, in addition to receiving the One Show’s “Automobile Advertising of the Year Award.” It was also recently added to the permanent collection at both the Louvre’s Museum of Advertising and The Museum of Modern Art.

The Art of the Short

Overview

Oscar-nominated animation master PES will take you on a chronological tour of his career weaving in personal stories, behind-the-scenes footage, and insights on the art of creating.

Objective

To give some personal context to PES’s body of work that would otherwise be unknown to viewers.

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Olaf Blomerus

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Biography

Olaf is an award-winning, multi-disciplined filmmaker, specializing in VFX and VR related narrative content. Armed with a Bachelor of Design in Photography, he has taken his knowledge of crafting a single frame into moving pictures. From producing to directing, writing and visual effects, he has made sure to learn and continue learning about every aspect of what makes great storytelling.

State of (the) Art – Panel Discussion

Overview

Join director Chris Dowsett, artist Mandy Stobo and visual effects supervisor Olaf Blomerus for an open conversation on the process of making the CAMP 2017 titles and documentary State of (the) Art, including discoveries along the way and the challenges of chasing a rapidly changing technology.

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Chris Dowsett

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Biography

Chris is a documentary film director and visual effects artist. He just completed a TELUS Optik documentary/virtual reality project titled ‘State of (the) Art’. It will be released in September 2017.

State of (the) Art – Panel Discussion

Overview

Join director Chris Dowsett, artist Mandy Stobo and visual effects supervisor Olaf Blomerus for an open conversation on the process of making the CAMP 2017 titles and documentary State of (the) Art, including discoveries along the way and the challenges of chasing a rapidly changing technology.

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Michael Muller

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Biography

Michael Muller is an American photographer known for his celebrity and advertising photos. He has photographed portraits of a wide range of actors, musicians, and artists, including Joaquin Phoenix, Robert Downey Jr., Shepard Fairey, Hugh Jackman, and Alec Baldwin. He has shot movie posters and promotional photos for many Hollywood movies, such as Iron Man and X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Muller is also known for his up-close underwater shark photography, which has been featured on the Travel Channel and the NBC talk show Last Call With Carson Daly, as well as in magazines such as Entertainment Weekly.

Out of the Box

Overview

Michael Muller is often referred to as “The most successful photographer you’ve never heard of”. Closing in on three decades of shooting, Michael’s body of work crosses over every aspect of pop culture. From A-list actors and musicians to sports; to product advertising ranging from Nike, Range Rover, Oakley, Redbull, Four Seasons, Turkish Airlines, Kodak, and a growing list of other Fortune 500 companies.

Michael will share what it takes to make it to the top – and stay there – in the challenging world of professional photography. He’ll breakdown some of his client work and personal projects and examine how the two worlds intertwine with one another.
Michael will also take a look at motion and its role in the world of photography, not only with advertisers but in fine art too. He’ll touch on his app, photoschool.com, and how tools such as this help artists adapt to the changing climate and culture. Lastly, Michael will talk on the importance of “giving back”.

Objective

Encourage and tear down the walls of “rules” and fear that hold artists back.

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