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NAB ICE Award Winners AnnouncedFMC announces Individual Creative Excellence (ICE) winners (June 15, 2004)
The National Association of Broadcasters, in cooperation with Future Media Concepts (FMC), announced the winners of the NAB Individual Creative Excellence (ICE) Awards, recognizing those who stretch creativity and craft outstanding works in production and post-production. The winners in their respective categories are:
Graphic & Animation (Broadcast) Jeff August, White Iron Digital "America's Cup"
Graphic & Animation (Non-Broadcast) Oddworld Inhabitants "Oddworld Stranger CG Intro"
Graphic & Animation (Student) Arina Melkozernova "Self-Transparency"
Interactive Design (Non-Broadcast) Total Training, Inc. "Digital Photography and Adobe Photoshop"
Producing & Directing (Non-Broadcast) Oddworld Inhabitants "Oddworld Stranger CG Intro"
Videography & Photography (Non-Broadcast) André Turpin and Édouard Lock "Amelia"
Editing (Broadcast) Michael Wheeler "The Season"
Editing (Non-Broadcast) André Turpin and Édouard Lock "Amelia"
"The winners are now part of an elite group of exceptionally talented digital artists who represent outstanding creativity in the use of digital media," said NAB Vice President, Science and Technology, John Marino. "We congratulate them for their extraordinary works."
"We congratulate these individuals for their creative excellence and look forward to the growth of the ICE awards as an integral part of the NAB2005 Post|Production conference," said FMC Vice President and Co-Founder Jeff Rothberg.
The ICE Awards were part of the new Post|Production World Conference held at NAB2004 in Las Vegas April 17 - 22. Editors, graphic artists, sound designers, web designers and videographers from any entity that uses the medium of digital art to produce exceptional work were eligible to enter.
The Judging Committee for the 2004 NAB ICE Awards consisted of a group of distinguished industry professionals representing various disciplines. Judges include award-winning instructors, magazine writers and editors, senior certified instructors, industry executives, trade organization leaders, and other seasoned professionals.
Avid Technology was the Platinum Sponsor of the NAB2004 Post|Production Conference.
An advisory board oversees the ICE Awards. Members are Randi Altman, editor in chief, Post magazine; Stephen Bayes, author and editor; Andy Cook, training manager, Digidesign; Paula Heredia, director and president, Mamboreta, Inc.; Ralph LaBarge, managing partner, Alpha DVD; Carl Levine, executive producer and principal, Creative Bubble; John Marino, vice president, Science & Technology, NAB; Brian Meaney, product designer, Apple; Alex Nasson, director, North American Alliances, Macromedia; Dan Panarello, supervising editor, CBS, 60 Minutes; Anne Renehan, director of communications, Boris FX; Jeff Rothberg, vice president and co-founder, Future Media Concepts; Greg Staten, principal instructor, Avid Technology, Inc.; Jim Tierney, Digital Anarchy; and Ben Waggoner, principal, Ben Waggoner Digital.
Future Media Concepts, Inc., based in New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Miami and Orlando, is the nation's premier digital media training center. FMC is a certified training provider for Adobe, Apple, Avid, Macromedia, Sony, Newtek, Discreet, Boris, Digidesign and SoftImage. In addition to its classrooms on the east coast, FMC provides on-site training nationwide. For more information, visit www.FMCtraining.com.
NAB2004 took place April 17 - 22, 2004 in Las Vegas (exhibits opened April 19). It is the world's largest electronic media show covering the development, delivery and management of professional video and audio content across all media. Complete NAB2004 details are available at www.nabshow.com.
The National Association of Broadcasters is a full-service trade association that promotes and protects free, over-the-air local radio and television stations' interests in Washington and around the world. NAB is the broadcaster's voice before Congress, federal agencies and the courts. NAB also serves a growing number of associate and international broadcaster members. Information about NAB can be found at www.nab.org.
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