With a background in sales management, Henningfeld has been highly successful in both building independent brands as well as maintaining category leaders across highly competitive landscapes. Strategic introduction of new products to the marketplace, expanding distribution, managing complex projects, and cultivating brand awareness are all strengths, but his true passion lies in creating compelling visuals.
Film composer Alexander Maas was born on April 12, 1988, in Saarlouis, Germany. He began studying the piano at the age of six and quickly developed a love for playing film music. He composed for several international short films and wrote the orchestral score for “Honor Flight," a feature-length WWII documentary which broke the Guinness world record for the largest film screening in history. He recently founded Audiocabin, a start-up for high-quality music licensing.
VR/AR Creator & Co-Founder of FLOAT
Lars graduated with a degree in communication design in 2003 and went on to found voodoopop studios and Moto GmbH.
After completing a Masters in Acoustics and Signal Processing at IRCAM in Paris, Amaury La Burthe worked as researcher for Sony-CSL and as lead audio designer for video game company Ubisoft.
Aaron Bradbury is VFX Supervisor at NSC Creative, based at the National Space Centre in the UK. Over the past 9 years he has been working with immersive media and developing his own artistic approach to immersive filmmaking.
Clement is a musician and chief sound operator for some of France's top radio shows. In 2012 he co-director the morning short comic chronicle of Philippe Collin and Xavier Mauduit. Kinoscope is Clement’s first VR project.