GSG at Adobe Max, Ideas in Motion, and Other Events

October 15, 2018 - By 

Join Nick Campbell in person or streaming at these upcoming events in Los Angeles, Toronto, and YouTube live.

NAB and SIGGRAPH have concluded, but there are still a few more big events rounding out the end of 2018. Here’s what’s coming up on our schedules.


Adobe Max

Image via Adobe.

Adobe Max is an annual creativity conference held in Los Angeles hosted by Adobe. This year’s keynote speakers include Ron Howard and Questlove, and a performance by Beck. You can also preview upcoming new features to the Adobe CC with special host Tiffany Haddish.

In addition to the keynotes, many top creatives in the design, filmmaking, photography, and 3D space will present various sessions. Our own Nick Campbell will demo some brand new The Happy Toolbox models launching on Adobe Stock, and will show you how to use them in Adobe Dimension.

If you are at Adobe Max, you can see Nick on Tuesday October 16th at 11:30 AM PST at the Community Theater in the West Exhibit Hall. For those at home you can stream his live presentation at 4:30 PM PST here.

Adobe Stock & Dimension with Nick Campbell

Adobe Max Live Stream


Ideas in Motion

Image via FITC / IAMSTATIC.

Ideas in Motion was founded by FITC (Future. Innovation. Technology. Creativity.) to be a design and technology focused event, one of many held around the world. The ‘Worldbuilding Through Design, Motion + VFX’ Ideas in Motion will be hosted in Toronto on October 24th, 2018.

This year’s speakers include:

Building a Creative Career – Nick Campbell
  • Wednesday, October 24th
  • 1:50 PM EDT
  • Presentation Room

You can learn more about FITC’s Ideas in Motion conference here.


State of Motion Design

The State of Motion Design is a livestream host by The Futur. Join the conversation and watch as Chris Do (The Futur), Joey Korenman (School of Motion), Michael Jones (Mo-graph Mentor), and our own Nick Campbell discuss the current state of the motion design industry.

State of Motion Design 2018

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