|When:||Back to Calendar March 12, 2013 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm||Where:||Bridgeport Brewing Company
1313 Northwest Marshall Street
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- Event: Luncheon
- Date: March 12, 2013
- Location: Bridgeport Brewery
- Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Join Andy Catterick, the President and Creative Director of PixelPool, as he draws upon his 20 years of industry experience in Europe and North America to share insights into the often-challenging task of getting a product vision to the marketplace ahead of the competition. Look through the lens of telling the product story through digital content and explore problems faced with different markets ranging from Architecture, Retail, Automotive and Product.
Andy’s cross disciplinary background and international work experience will make this event a special opportunity to gain understanding of trends occurring in this rapidly evolving sector.
PixelPool is a global creative agency on the leading edge of digital content solutions in the form of 3D visualization, live action video and motion graphics. Founded in 2000, PixelPool has offices in The Netherlands, United States, United Kingdom and Bulgaria.
About the speaker
Andy currently manages PixelPool business operations, oversees strategy deployment and acts as creative director across all US divisions of PixelPool. He has previously worked within various practices including RTKL, HOK, Architectonica, Fitch Design, IOMEDIA, Nelson Architecture and has worked autonomously on many award winning projects in over 12 countries for 19 years. With a background in architecture, Andy quickly moved into the product marketing and advertising space helping brands such as Nike, New York Yankees, McLaren Formula One, British Airways, Coca-Cola, Sony, Trump and many others.
During his career, he has built and mentored multiple teams of artists, design creatives and design managers, in London, New York and Portland, OR. He has also been an adviser and guest speaker to design colleges, a regular contributor to industry led debates, a contributor to many publications and has served nationally as part of the ACE mentoring program.