Join IBC365 on 27th October 2021 to explore the latest tools for crafting content, from the assembly of rushes through to mixing, mastering and the creation of deliverables. 

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Host:

Keran Boyd

Keran Boyd

Keran Boyd, Content Producer, IBC365 & IBC Show

Keran (she/her) is an experienced content producer and manager in digital media, broadcast, and global affairs. She produces content for IBC365 and the IBC conference. She also produces and co-hosts the Be Loud: Climate podcast which is a climate literacy podcast making the climate conversation accessible to everyone.

Speakers:

Joe Beirne

Joe Beirne

Joe Beirne, CTO, Postworks

Joe Beirne is a producer and moving-image technologist with a diverse background in both linear narrative and interactive/ immersive media, with projects for a wide range of filmmakers including Martin Scorsese, Ang Lee, Laura Poitras, Yance Ford, Robert Frank, Barry Jenkins and Godfrey Reggio.  

Since 2005 he has served as CTO of PostWorks in New York. 

Joe is an active member of SMPTE, the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA), the IEEE, and the Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA.) 

Craig Irving

Craig Irving

Craig Irving, Re-recording Mixer, Twickenham Film Studios

Craig has worked extensively across both cinema and TV and his understanding of story-telling and attention to detail make him a popular choice for many film makers who value his contribution to the creative process. His main goal is to ensure that every client leaves the theatre with a mix that everyone is proud of.

Matt Schnieder

Matt Schnieder

Matt Schneider, Product Owner, Avid Technology

Matt Schneider is a product owner at Avid Technology, an industry-leading developer of creative tools and collaborative platform technologies for media & entertainment workflows. As product owner, Matt’s focus at Avid is on the post production pipeline, and developing platform-based solutions that solve the longstanding problems felt in post production for Avid’s customers and partners.

Prior to re-joining Avid in 2019, Matt spent 16 years at PostWorks New York, a film and television post production facility, with a focus on workflow development and client support for clients in the feature film, scripted television and non-fiction television markets.

Prior to joining PostWorks in 2003, Matt’s first tour of duty for Avid ran from 1997 through 2002, where he assisted with large-scale broadcast news deployments, and workflow support for feature film and television customers.