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Networking 101: How To Network in Post

Networking 101: How to Network in Post. Learning how to build your network is one of the most important things you can do to advance your career in post. Join us for a roundtable discussion to learn how to meet and connect with more people in the industry and find out about PNYA events and resources that support that effort. For Members Only. Registration is required.

11/7/2018
When: Wednesday, November 7th
7:15 PM - 10:00 PM
Where: SVA (School of Visual Arts)
133 W 21 Street
Room 301C (3rd floor)
New York, New York  10011
United States
Contact: PNYA Membership


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Learning how to build your network is one of the most important things you can do to advance your career in post. Join us for a roundtable discussion to learn how to meet and connect with more people in the industry and find out about PNYA events and resources that support that effort.  There will be one on one interaction. Bring your resume for a professional review.


Panelists include:


CHRIS PETERSON – Executive Producer, Mechanism Digital
Following 10 years of producing, shooting and editing dozens of hours of television programming, Chris went on to become the Director of Business Development/Producer at Post Factory NY (now Sim International/Panavision). Chris is also the Board Secretary of the Post New York Alliance and has served as a board member since 2012.

RYAN PENNY – Program Director, ‘Made in NY’ Post Production Training Program
With over 15 years of experience in the production and post production industries, Ryan helped launch the ‘Made in NY’ Post Production Training Program in 2017 to train low-income and unemployed New Yorkers with the skills they need to get entry-level jobs in the post industry. With many trainees from the program now working on big budget film and TV Projects, Ryan has seen firsthand how the power of networking can change people’s lives. Ryan is also a board member of the Post New York Alliance.

LUCIEN HARRIOT – President, Mechanism Digital
Over 20 years of experience leading animation, visual effects, graphics and interactive experiences for entertainment and marketing. Lucien's approach focuses on strong project management practices, conscientious communication, frequent client consultations, simple explanations of complex topics and clear and concise goals and deliverables. He has been a board member of the Post New York Alliance since 2017.

SHIRLEY VERNAE WILLIAMS – Post Story Producer, Refinery 29
Shirley Vernae Williams was born in Atlanta, Georgia and raised in Hamden, Connecticut. She graduated from The New York Conservatory Of Dramatic Arts where she focused on camera acting. The New York based super producer has overseen a variety of productions from branded, documentary to unscripted such as History Channel’s “Alone”, “American Restoration” and “Intent To Destroy” directed by Joe Berlinger which premiere at Tribeca Film Festival last year. Shirley has many years experience in managing staff, schedules, budgets, creating workflows from field to post, final delivery and working hand in hand with various network such as VH1, WGN, Lifetime and many more.

Shirley is the owner of Willie B. Productions, LLC a New York City based full service production company offering creative and production services in TV, web and film.


JENNIFER LANE - Membership Director PNYA, Post Production Supervisor
Jennifer Lane has worked for Warner Brothers, Dreamworks Studios, The Walt Disney Company, Universal Pictures, Amazon and Focus Features among other studios. Some of her feature credits include “Into the Woods” (Rob Marshall), “Wonderstruck” (Todd Haynes) , "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" (Ang Lee), “The Bourne Legacy” (Tony Gilroy), “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close” and “The Reader” (Stephen Daldry), and "Revolutionary Road" (Sam Mendes).. She recently completed “Mary Poppins Returns” (Rob Marshall) as the Associate Producer. Her next project is “Gemini Man” (Ang Lee) for Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media.

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The SVA Computer Art, Computer Animation and Visual Effects Department combines the power of computer-generated images with active imaginations, great stories and highly skilled artists. The results are beyond impressive - they are breathtaking. We teach the most advanced digital applications used in the film industry. See more at svacomputerart.com

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To cancel or if you have any questions, please write to membership@postnewyork.org. Thank you!

 


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