About This Project
BiographyJason has always been passionate about creating artful experiences through design and technology; that passion is what drove him to invent Leviathan, a band of inspired minds intent upon shaping the future. This group’s combined artistry illuminates souls, engages audiences in ingenious, sublimely interactive ways, and sets stylish spaces aglow.
Leviathan’s projects have gained international acclaim through some of the world’s most prestigious media outlets, including The Creators Project, Communication Arts, Motionographer, Stash, The Verge and Wired. The business is built upon solid leadership, respect, a tightly integrated network of individuals with diverse talents, and –always– an unbridled passion for technology and design. The company’s patent expertise has enabled it to dream up and execute new ideas for Nike, Google, Microsoft, Disney, and The Art Institute of Chicago, among many other world-leading businesses and institutions. Leveraging these experiences, Jason proudly takes on the role of sharing his work and career advice with audiences as a keynote speaker at prominent conferences and colleges; and as an adjunct professor.
Finding Your Way
OverviewNo matter where you stand in life, there’s almost always room for improvement. Even landing the big job, creating something magnificent and winning the top prize can lead to unexpected dead ends. What is the key to successfully navigating the tumultuous creative industry in such a way as to build and maintain the buoyancy necessary to persevere, ultimately leading to the realization – and the enjoyment – of the dream? Join Jason for an ambitious journey through life, art and commerce where so far, the crushing defeats have only sweetened the spectacular victories. Dreamers take heart: With confidence, method, diligence and mastery, all things are possible.
The Future of Motion DesignFeaturing: No Boddy, Can Büyükberber, Ryan Honey, Jason White (host)
Panel OverviewThe world of motion design is shifting at lightning speed.
What started out as an art form relying on standard display formats to tell engaging stories, has radically shifted to exciting, non-traditional formats, using entire spaces, both inside and outside. In this new global marketplace, the way we work –and compete for work is changing– the need to deliver strategic ideas in both the creative and business is influencing our daily decisions. All of these developments stir a resounding question – where is the industry headed?