We are the team behind the
3D Creative Summit.

Adam May — Vision3

As Head of Production for Vision3, Adam works closely with Production teams on Feature Film and Large 3DTV projects to cost and assemble bespoke 3D equipment and workflow solutions. Adam is also current Co-Chair of the UK Committee of the International 3D Society.

Based in Los Angeles, the I3DS brings together the top Hollywood Studios and TV Broadcasters to create a trusted independent voice of authority and education for Stereo 3D. The UK Committee was formed to represent the interests and innovations of UK Based 3D Projects on an international level.

Now one of the company directors, Adam joined Vision3 in 2008, from his role as Business Development Producer at Bigger Pictures.

Carrie Wootten — Ravensbourne

Carrie is the Head of Commercial Development at Ravensbourne - managing all of the institution's commercial projects, whether these are events, live briefs, industry projects, training opportunities or Ravensbourne's incubation programme. Her department also manages the two million pound ERDF Digital Media Innovation Consultancy project www.dmic.org.uk

She also leads on the strategic vision of the Enterprise and Innovation department to secure legacy, reputation, profile and income generation, as well as developing and building a wider creative broadcast, film and design network for the institution.

Working with the International 3D Society, Carrie is the Exec Co-Producer of the 3D Creative Summit 2013. She manages all of Ravensbourne's 3D activity, including the previous 3D Storytelling events, 3D MOTs and various 3D training programmes. She works with the research department at Ravensbourne on the development of international research bids as well.

Rachel White — Brick London

After starting out in journalism at 18, Rachel won the Daily Mirror NUS Journalism Award for a magazine created and produced at her further education college. She went on to pen a monthly column for MSN about student life and finances, and was the northern reporter for Touch magazine, a music magazine, as well as running her own music blog.

Upon moving to London, Rachel moved into PR, working on a diverse mix of lifestyle, tech and entertainment clients including international air fair Art London, pub group Geronimo Inns, charity The Anne Frank Trust, online TV show Chelsey: OMG and Hendricks Gin.

Rachel began working as a freelance PR consultant from 2010 across a number of arts and entertainment campaigns and clients including Universal. In 2013 she formed PR agency Brick London where clients range from fashion labels, to music labels and art events.

Rachel has acted as a consultant for brands such as Music 4 Good, BBC3, 3Mobile, Boxfresh and The Ultimate Seminar, and is a regular guest lecturer at Community Music college, East London.

Laura Green

Laura is an experience Television Production Executive working for a large part of her career at Sky . She has worked on some large scale 3D projects including The Isle of Wight Festival  & 3D simulcast of Lucrezia Borgia with Mike Figgis from the English National Opera.

Laura has line produced events & TV coverage from The Hay Festival & The One and Other.