VP Revolution - Brompton & Garden
Pioneering In-Camera Virtual Production
with BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY & GARDEN STUDIOS
Technical Manager Brompton
“For smaller budget productions virtual production has meant they can go to exotic locations … without having to actually go to those locations“
Adam is the Technical Solutions Manager at Brompton Technology, carrying over a decade of experience working in the entertainment and events industry. He has spent the past 6 years working from Brompton’s London Headquarters, with regular deployments to the US. Adam is also one of the technical leads for Virtual Production, focusing heavily on on-camera performance, colour accuracy and upcoming technology in the Virtual Production pipeline from LED to cameras and GPU’s. Adam works closely with Studios, VFX Houses, Integrators, and other technology partners, from the early design and concepts phase and initial camera tests, right the way through to the delivery of LED volumes.
Virtual Production Supervisor, Garden Studios
Mark is currently the Virtual Production Supervisor at Garden Studios, where he leads all virtual production and heads up a team of talented VFX artists and technicians. Mark joined Garden Studios at its inception to help build and run the UK’s first permanent virtual production stage - bringing the expertise and experience gained in his previous role at Satore Studios, where he worked on innovative VR, XR and VP projects in the live events, arts and music spaces. Mark is passionate about experimentation with new production technologies and is an enthusiastic evangelist for the possibilities of virtual production in the film and TV space. He holds a BSc in Games Programming from London’s SAE Institute.
CEO Garden Studios
Thomas is an artist, entrepreneur and investor. His latest start up is Garden Studios in London, a 130k foot studio complex for feature films and series with virtual production at its core. His company, Arts Alliance, built LoveFilm (acquired by Amazon); Arts Alliance Media (acquired by Luxin Rio in China); Met Film School; Picturehouse Cinemas (acquired by Cineworld). He is a backer of Kebony, Shazam, Park Circus, Lucky Voice, Made, Kenshoo, and Creative Live. Former portfolio companies include: Ocado; Lastminute; Tails; Launch; Atom Films; Property Finder; Interactive Investor; PrePay Technologies; Spinner; Opera Software; Mamut; Planet All; and Firefly. Thomas is a Trustee of Wim Wenders Foundation. He is also Chairman of agri business Rift Valley Corporation based in Zimbabwe as serves as a NED on Econline (ECO:no) a Saas platform for workplace safety.