EditShare’s webinar happening next week with Zeb Chadfield, CTO of The Finish Line, one of the biggest finishing houses in the UK (customers include Viacom, Warner Bros Television, Freemantle Media and BBC Studios). As much of the world is working remotely while also grappling with anxiety right now, Zeb has an inspiring and timely story to tell. Unfortunately, many Hollywood post facilities could find themselves in a situation where working remotely becomes a reality and Zeb has great experience that began long before this crisis. In 2011, he had a nervous breakdown and as a result decided to find a way to work remotely for a better work-life balance. He has been doing this for years and can help others trying to figure this out understand the psychology of it as well as the technical considerations, best practices and more.
On Wednesday, 4/8, Zeb will be participating in the next edition of EditShare’s interactive webinar series called “Remote Production: Balancing Work and Self”. He and EditShare’s Director of Marketing, Lee Griffin, will discuss Zeb’s approach to collaborating remotely with clients and teams over the last five years. With the mental well-being of his teams at the forefront of his company's mission, Zeb will offer insight on how to shift teams from being on-site to using virtual set ups, while creating an atmosphere of collaboration and well-being, using proven best practices for working with remote technologies.
The webinar will address:
· Change Management - psychologically shifting from office to remote / at home work.
· Do’s and Don’ts for working in a virtualized environment
· Thought Leadership on the industry and what to expect coming out of this crisis
· Demo of EditShare’s remote asset management platform, Flow, highlighting it’s open and secure platform.
As you may know, in response to the current health crisis, EditShare is offering their remote asset management platform, Flow for FREE to any content creator. Flow enables individuals as well as large creative workgroups to collaborate on story development with capabilities to perform extensive review approval from anywhere in the world. It is an open and secure solution that allows creators to choose and combine their preferred tools, including Avid, Adobe, DaVinci Resolve, Lightworks…you name it. This is good news for companies in many markets, corporate, post, education, new media, advertising, branding, sports and more.