2019 Fulldome Jurors
Diana Reichenbach is an award-winning multimedia artist specializing in immersive and architectural media. She creates immersive experiences inspired by personal, introspective moments that have challenged her perception. Her work has notably been exhibited at the Virgin Airways clubhouse at LAX, Light City Baltimore Festival of Lights, HUBweek: A Festival for the Future, the Director’s Guild in Los Angeles, Burning Man Festival, Bonnaroo: Pageant of the Cosmos presented by Adult Swim, RiverRun Film Festival, Punta Y Raya Festival, Anima Mundi, and Animafest Zagreb. Reichenbach recently received the 'Best Fulldome Short Film' award at the Fulldome Festival in Jena, Germany for her film SONOLUMIN -- created with the support of the Museum of Arts and Sciences Macon and the Knight Foundation. In addition to current independent and professional projects, she is a Professor of Animation at Savannah College of Art and Design. (www.dianareichenbach.com)
Christopher Brannan is an educator, editor, and filmmaker based in Savannah, Georgia. His credits include projects for HBO, PBS, Disney, Discovery, SyFy Network, HGTV, Food Network, and other outlets for broadcast, web, and immersive spaces. After working as an editor for six years in Los Angeles and one year in the Washington, D.C. area, Brannan is now a faculty member at the Savannah College of Art and Design where he teaches editing and documentary film courses.
John Colette is a media professional with over 30 years of practice in production, media arts and education. Originally from Sydney, Australia, John has exhibited his work around the world at major Museums and Festivals, and has been included in numerous touring exhibitions. John has worked professionally in media production with major businesses in both Australia and the US and has developed numerous cultural projects and visitor experiences for museums in his native Australia. He is currently a Professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah Georgia.
Paul Fisher is Curator of Science at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Georgia. His primary task is to interact with the public as a science educator. A significant portion of his job is directing the museum’s Mark Smith Planetarium. He also creates and maintains science exhibits throughout the museum. Prior to his current career, he worked in the aerospace industry designing rocket motors, and engineering launch and weapons systems in San Jose, California and Huntsville, Alabama. Mr. Fisher earned a BS and MS in Aerospace Engineering from Auburn University, and a MS in Electrical Engineering from Mercer University.