A veteran of the New York independent film scene, Mick’s work has spanned broadcast, news, agency, and corporate video. As a hands-on producer who continues to shoot, direct, and edit, he has become severely allergic to friction points in the creative process and has developed workflows and technologies to help creators get to the fun part fast.
Mick was at the forefront of the DSLR revolution in news, training countless photographers on how to shoot video and developing ways for companies to create new streams of revenue from that content. In 2014, Mick founded Clippn, a global leader in enterprise-level curation and cataloging for video archives and stock footage monetization, with a first-of-its kind cloud workflow. Mick’s latest venture is MiMojo, the easy way to send and receive mobile video for professional uses.
Mick’s philanthropic work has revolved around setting up film programs from Rome to New York to introduce youths to the joys and magic of filmmaking.
If you can’t find him, he’s probably out sailing.
In this session we will explore several case studies leveraging mobile content production for media companies and brands. How can you ensure you achieve the best quality from your smartphone content creators? What are the key steps to consider when implementing an mobile production strategy?