Nice Shoes CD Brian Bowman Heads to motion 2011

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Nice Shoes Creative Director Brian Bowman will be heading to

motion 2011

this week, leading two highly anticipated


. The event, which takes place October 9-14 at Albuquerque's Hotel Andaluz and KiMo Theatre, brings together the motion graphics, VFX, animation communities' best and brightest minds.

Bowman's sessions include "Elastic Spaces," an exploration on the power of reactive environments, which will actively engage attendees in a large-scale kinesthetic experience; and "Verses: Found," a walk through the making of the poetically-inspired 3D short "Found," part of the

"Verses" series

, which he created with Nice Shoes CD Aron Baxter.

For additional details on sessions, as well as tickets to the event, visit



motion 2011

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NYC-based Nice Shoes is a full service, artist-driven design, animation, visual effects and color grading studio specializing in high-end commercials, web content, film, TV and music videos. Since its inception in 1996, the studio has prided itself on consistently reinvesting in its talent, technical backbone, and client experience to set the standard of excellence both creatively and technically. Key company principals include: CEO/Partner Dominic Pandolfino, Colorists/Partners Chris Ryan and Lez Rudge, VFX Artist/Partner Rich Schreck, CDs Brian Bowman and Aron Baxter, Senior Producer Pat Portela, and CIO Bob Keske.

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