Adventuring through some of the largest pop-tours over the past year, J.T. Rooney discusses some of the new challenges, potential pitfalls, and exciting new opportunities in using Notch for content and live visuals. Going through some of the creative tricks and exciting parts of Notch in a live show, but also discussing the business implications and potential shifts in a financial aspect, the session should bring up healthy debate and discussion about how this new industry can evolve.
17 January 2019
J.T. is a Screen Producer based in Los Angeles, in the LA office of Silent Partners Studio. SPS is a design and content creation studio based in Montreal that has been featured on some of the world's largest events, including the Super Bowl, European Games Closing Ceremonies, permanent installations, and numerous large world tours.
J.T. began his path at the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, FL, working with Michael Tilson Thomas and his symphony to create immersive visuals for concerts, as well as advanced system control in a unique Frank Gehry concert hall. HIs career led him to Lightborne Communications in Cincinnati, OH, where he was able to jump into large touring shows with artist such as Katy Perry, deadmau5, Kanye West, Fleetwood Mac, Billy Joel, Blake Shelton, and others.
Since joining teams with Silent Partners Studio, J.T. has led projects with Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Harry Styles, P!NK, and other large pop tours, in addition to Screen Producing events and experiences for Instagram, Audi, TIDAL, and many others.
Notch has been a part of J.T.'s workflow for a few years now, and he is a large proponent of the software and workflow.