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Which Envision Speaker Has Designed For Disney And Warner Brothers?

Which Envision Speaker Has Designed For Disney And Warner Brothers?

Jasmine Ellsworth

Which Envision Symposium speaker has designed for Disney and Warner Brothers? Experience designer, Jasmine Ellsworth will speak at the 2014 Envision Symposium, which explores the DNA of Storytelling, Design, and Technology. This high-octane symposium will be held September 11-13 in Monterey, CA, with Bran Ferren and Bob Bonniol serving as co-creative consultants. Register today to hear her speak! Learn about this fabulous speaker below.

My favorite part about building an immersive experience is finding the right way to tap into different emotional centers with different tools. Is the key in audio? Visual? New technology? Does it support the story? Are we cutting through the clutter of the outside world effectively enough to really connect with our audience - so they don’t say ‘How did they do that,’ but instead say, ‘Wow, did you feel that? -Jasmine Ellsworth

Jasmine Ellsworth has worked as an Entertainment Experience Designer for the past decade running her own company, Macrocosm Studio, and working as the acting Executive Vice President of True Edge Entertainment. She has designed, produced and installed immersive experiences around the world for Disney, Warner Brothers, Comedy Central, 10th Century Fox, and Mattel, including projects as diverse as movie premieres, E3, and Comi-Con trade shows, the world-wide traveling museum exhibitions Narnia The Exhibition and Harry Potter the Exhibition, as well as The Great American Game Break for Mattel. Jasmine lives and works in Los Angeles, California.


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