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Resume - Lee Callister

Events Produced

David Seigel presentation. Produced and promoted a presentation by web designer David Siegel to the North Bay Multimedia Association at the Digital Village which drew a standing room only crowd.

Internet Marketing Seminar. Produced seminar on Marketing on the Internet, and moderated panel of authors and game producers marketing their products online. Co-sponsored by the San Rafael Chamber of commerce and the Digiquest Learning Center.

Created and Produced Multimedia competition for the Marin County Fair. Established judging criteria, selected judges, designed flyers, promoted the competition, and coordinated the judging. 1995 and 1996.

Coordinated exhibits at the Multimedia Funhouse, Marin County Fair. Solicited participation from the multimedia community, coordinated exhibit space, invited, coordinated and announced theater presentations. 1995 and 1996.

Business of New Media Seminars. Developed, promoted and staged seminars on the Business of New Media which included programs on planning, legal strategies, financing, marketing, and management. 1995.

Created and Produced the Electronic Picnic. Billed as a day of Multimedia Fun and Discovery, this outdoor/indoor community event included food, live music and entertainment, seminars, and demonstrations of educational software, games, edutainment titles, corporate productions, virtual reality, and online media created by local companies. 1994 and 1995. Consulted on the 1996 picnic.

Media Cafe. Started a monthly salon at a Marin County tavern where media professionals could meet and discuss issues in an informal setting. 1993-94.

Produced Interactive Showcase, Mill Valley Film Festival. Co-creator and producer of the first Interactive showcase at the Mill Valley Film Festival. Wrote the promotional materals for the Festival Program. 1993.

Produced ongoing lecture series. Produced and promoted a monthly lecture series for the North Bay Multimedia Association, showcasing new work by multimedia developers, publishers, artists, and philosophers like Joe Sparks, David Biedny, Ted Nelson, 1992-95,

Produced desktop video show held at Autodesk. Created and produced an all day desktop video showcase with speakers and demonstrations of state of the art hardware and software. 1992.