Jack Shainman Gallery opens its third location featuring the work of artist Nick Cave and a live performance of his "Soundsuits".
Irish photographer Richard Mosse speaks about his March 2014 exhibition: "The Enclave".
NYC artist Toyin Odutola speaks about her May 2014 exhibition: "Like The Sea".
German sculptor Gehard Demetz speaks about his May 2014 exhibition: "The Invocation".
John helps clients with strategic multimedia design and specializes in video production for the web. He founded Pritchard Digital Arts in 2001 working with clients such as Sony, Williams College and The New York Times.
John has extensive experience as an award-winning creative director, filmmaker, online learning/web designer and enhanced eBook producer. He has developed commercial software products and provided multimedia consulting to Fortune 500 and Advertising firms such as BBDO, Young & Rubicam, Saatchi & Saatchi, Time-Warner, McGraw-Hill, Canon, Simon & Schuster, Bear Stearns, Citibank, and American Express. His multimedia career began in NYC by founding one of the world's first interactive companies in 1987 to work with Apple and Microsoft on cutting edge multimedia projects with interactivity, animation and digital video. Click here to see some of John's Creative Projects.
In 1997, John moved from NYC to Boston to work as a Creative/Art Director on three start-up companies with Internet giant, CMGi: InfoMation, Planet Direct, and the $100 million iCAST.com site for musicians and filmmakers. “John and I worked closely together at iCAST in order to launch that massive site as well as create innovative pages and showcases for the musicians and, with the Film Channel, video and filmmakers. He was a joy to work with and did some extremely tasteful work under the usual web time constraints of needing it three days ago. He taught me a great deal about humility and his easy-going approach to getting things done actually got things done through compromise, yet not comprising the essential design and artwork to "dumb it down.” - David Greenberg, Director of Marketing, Ted Kurland Associates.
In 2010, John launched ETERNAL WAYS as a multimedia publishing label for educational and inspiring movies, books, music, and online training. Visit eternalways.com for more info.
In 2017, John is currently preparing a world tour of his latest movie project that celebrates the wisdom of indigenous people: One Heart-One Spirit. Visit createkinderworld.org for more info.
John develops the visual design of a project and works closely with copywriters, designers and other creative team members to conceptualize and develop integrated solutions for branding, advertising, email, websites, video, animations and other marketing channels in print and television. See current client site at jackshainman.com.
John is an accomplished film director and cameraman who has been working in Final Cut Pro since 1999. He is highly proficient with html5 video, flash, streaming media and dvd production. He began filmmaking in 1983 with a grant to film the first US educational tour in China. In the early 90's, he worked closely with Apple's Quicktime technology and produced digital video projects for companies such as Microsoft, Canon, and Time Warner. He has directed and produced five educational films: Novus, Star Cycles, Reawaken, the Little Hawk Show, and One Heart-One Spirit.
John specializes in producing interactive educational projects and multimedia ebooks for the iPad. He has launched several enhanced iBooks on Apple's iBookstore: BrainPower Tennis, The Long Norwegian Night, SoulScapes, and Reawaken. He has also developed commercial software titles for Microsoft, Simon & Schuster and the Scientific American Library. In 2012, he launched his first educational title, "Freddy's Guide to Creative Improvisation," featuring Berklee music professor, Fred Lipsius, who was a Grammy Award winner with the legendary band Blood, Sweat and Tears: www.freddysguide.com
We produce high quality video for websites and online marketing projects. From scriptwriting to shooting to editing and post-production with music, titling, motion graphics and animation, we deliver online video solutions that produce successful results for whatever you need: Interviews, Testimonials, Author Videos, eBook Trailers, YouTube channels, Video for Social Media, Promo Videos, Product Marketing Videos, Training Videos, Special Event Videos and Documentaries. We also provide video hosting and video marketing services that include video analytics to measure and improve your web video ROI.
We design professional websites for artists, filmmakers, musicians, art galleries, small businesses, and non-profits. We create responsive sites that automatically adjust to any screen size whether it be desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. We can provide hosting and search engine optimization, as well as eCommerce solutions for online stores and products for sale. For clients that want to update their sites themselves, we use MIT's content management system: Concrete5. It's the easiest way for a client to edit their site right on the page with ten minutes of training.
We are your creative partner in building beautiful eBooks! In addition to working with authors and publishers, we build multimedia eBooks for museums, art galleries, film companies promoting new movies (eBook Movie Tie-in Editions), and music labels and musicians promoting their music on the iTunes iBookstore. We specialize in creating non-fiction, visual, fixed layout eBooks for the iPad and Kindle Fire that include video and enhanced multi-touch features. We also convert printed books into eBooks for the iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Android Devices, PCs and Macs.
We design highly effective eLearning programs and online courses. We begin by developing a detailed design strategy that is built around the scope and parameters of the project. The next step is to prototype the eLearning program or course to include the visual interface/web design that will integrate narration, video, graphics, animation, music and programming. Most eLearning programs work best with instructor-driven video segments that are less than two minutes long. It has been proven that shorter videos keep viewers more engaged.
What happens when a Native American master flute player and storyteller travels to the other side of the world and meets with the 40,000 year old Yolgnu culture in Australia? We are all connected. We are all related. We are one heart, one spirit, one human family. More
Download Your Guide to Indigenous Wisdom featuring the ONE HEART-ONE SPIRIT movie project: Help Create A Kinder World. More