Free June 16 virtual event features women-led presentations streamed live and then available on demand.
Maxon has revealed the speaker lineup for their June 16 free virtual event, 3D & Motion Design Show. The entirely women-led series of presentations will showcase artists’ work on a variety of projects; from title sequences, branding and studio work, to ethereal artistic expressions, each presenter will share their dynamic approach to the latest tools and techniques needed to bring their creative vision to life.
Featured Speakers Include:
- Amanda Godreau - A Puerto Rican designer that likes to make things move. She works as a designer and animator for studios and clients while attending Ringling College of Art and Design's Motion Design Department. She enjoys working in all kinds of mediums and exploring new possibilities.
- Bruna Vasconcelos - A Brazilian 3D artist and visual designer, she is currently based in Berlin. Her work has a magical, mysterious, and ethereal vibe, often representing women who are both powerful and emotional, yet delicate. Her work is also influenced by nature scenes, mythology, and occasional cyberpunk elements.
- Caroline Le – A New York based 2D and 3D motion designer her background is in broadcast design and style frame development. She has a special interest in title design.
- Mahnoor Barry - A district award-winning artist, she just graduated from Lynn University majoring in Computer Animation & Motion Graphics. Originally from Pakistan she is now the junior motion graphic artist for a leading lifeline provider/ telecommunication company.
Presentations for all Maxon 3D and Motion Design Shows are streamed live and available on demand shortly after on 3DMotionShow.com, as well as the Maxon YouTube channel. Viewers will be able to interact and send in questions via chat for the live Q&A sessions with artists.
Information for events and registration is available here.