Interview with Katie Fellion – VP Technical Post Production at Light Iron

Katie Fellion,, dave ginsberg, consulting, cloud migration, digital asset management, workflow design, technology updates, Open Stack, user centric solutions, interviews, industry leaders, best practices, editing, DAM, MAM, SAN, NAS, SAAS, PAAS, technology solutionsAs Post Producer and Digital Intermediate Supervisor at Light Iron, Katie Fellion has worked on dozens of projects – consulting, advising, and supervising through all stages of the post process. She was the DI Producer for both The Social Network and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and recently oversaw the on-set data processing for the upcoming Hitchcock and Ender’s Game.

Katie came to Light Iron in 2009 from PlasterCITY Digital Post, where in addition to post producing, she played an integral role in guiding PlasterCITY through their first Stereoscopic Digital Intermediate. Prior to her tenure with PlasterCITY, Katie served as New Media Assistant Director for CBS Radio’s 97.1 KLSX, leading the re-design of the company’s award-nominated website.

Before her work in post production and radio, Katie spent five years with the entertainment technology education organization HD Expo/Createasphere. As Production Manager, she was a technical producer on numerous live shoots, panels and industry events and interfaced with clients from nearly every camera, lens and technology company in the content creation industry.

An active member of the post community, Katie has produced and presented at festivals and conferences around the world. In 2008, Katie was the Associate Producer & guest speaker for the AnimFX Conference in New Zealand. For the past four years, she has volunteered with the Computer Animation Festival as Technical Director and Stereoscopic Session Producer, producing both the stereoscopic sessions and content as well as overseeing the post production for the festival’s week-long program.

In our interview with Katie we discuss 3D workflows, Light Iron’s Outpost carts and designing your workflows from what you want your final and possibly future product to be.

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Interview with Katie Fellion – VP Technical Post Production at Light Iron

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