Terri Morgan, Co-Founder and Principle Designer for Luma Touch, and FiLMic Founder and CEO Neill Barham have put together the Mobile Creators Summit to fill part of the gap left by the cancellation of NAB this year. They join us to talk about the whats, whens, and hows of attending (hint: it is online and free), and the importance of developing one’s mobile video skills at this point in time. With an an impressive list of presenters and a time span designed to appeal to as wide an audience as possible, this is something you don’t want to miss, even if you are just starting to think about mobile video creation.
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Neill Barham is the guiding vision behind FiLMic Inc. and the primary architect behind FiLMiC Pro. An independent filmmaker from Seattle, WA turned serial entrepreneur, Neill studied at the Vancouver Film School before working on projects large and small in countries all over the world. With the advent of the iPhone 4 and it’s ability to shoot high definition video, Neill saw a vision of the future where everyone had the tools to become an artist or storyteller. He began working on the initial designs ofthe FiLMiC Pro in 2010 and has been relentlessly updating the app ever since. Under his leadership FiLMiC Pro has become the pre-eminent high end video app, used by filmmakers, artists, educators and journalists the world over.
Terri Morgan is Co-Founder and Principle Designer at LumaTouch. She brings over 30 years of experience from the video industry to her passion for user experience and design. In 1988 Terri helped usher in the era of non-linear editing as a video editor at Alpha Cine Labs in Seattle. In 1995 she joined Lightworks in London, and became a Product Specialist, creating a powerful, multi-track editing system. In 2000, she founded a video editing and consulting business providing design and testing for Fast Multimedia and Pinnacle Systems. In 2007, Terri joined Avid as a Principal Product Designer where she led the product management and design of Pinnacle Studio for iPad and was honored with the Avid Achievement Award. Terri has received multiple awards for her editing work, including 3 Telly awards. She earned her BA in Visual Communications at The Evergreen State College, and her Professional Certificate in Human Centered Design and Engineering at the University of Washington.