Triggerfish CEO, Stuart Forrest is heading off to California after being invited to speak at the Stanford Graduate School of Business’ Africa Forum on Saturday, 2nd March 2013. He will be showcasing the best in African creativity and technical excellence.
Stuart will be speaking on the media and entertainment panel alongside Daniel Ogbonna, Founder & CEO of PanaTV, Michael Ugwu, CEO of Iroking, and Michelle Atagana, Editor of memeburn.com.
Triggerfish is very excited to be bringing its story to Silicon Valley and Stanford University.
More details here: http://saf.stanford.edu/
Triggerfish Animation CEO, Stuart Forrest, recently took to the stage during the 2012 AnimfxNZ conference to talk about how he built Triggerfish into “Africa’s answer to Pixar & DreamWorks”. The conference hosted speakers from some of the world’s top film, special effects and gaming companies including Weta, DreamWorks, Blizzard, Valve, Rovio & Limbic Software!
Come listen to Triggerfish CEO, Stuart Forrest, speak at Stellenbosch University’s MIH Media Lab on the 5/11/12.
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Innovator to speak at MIH Media Lab
Last week Triggerfish gave a presentation on the process of animation to the members of MENSA South Africa.
MENSA is an international society that provides a forum for intellectual exchange among members and this was part of a talk that takes place every month.
rough concept sketch by Allan Cameron
Anthony, creative producer and partner of Triggerfish spoke about what it takes to get an idea from concept to screen as well as the (many) processes involved in bringing 3D characters to life.
Triggerfish will be there, presenting some insight into the history and world of stop-frame, as well as guiding students through the process of creating a short stop-motion piece.