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John Vlismas commissions Pollen to create immersive multimedia experience for the FNB leadership conference

Pollen & Hey!Fever, under the direction of creative director Graeme Carr, were recently commissioned by comedian and local personality, John Vlismas, to create a staggering amount of content for this years FNB leadership conference.
John Vlismas & Graeme Carr - Hummingbird Group
John Vlismas & Graeme Carr
Vlismas and his partner, Belinda Chapman, produced the event through their Whacked: Special Project, while Pollen and Hey!Fever delivered what amounted to approximately eight hours of animated and live action content to support 12 CEO presentations. No small feat.

The final product was projected onto the four walls of an enormous 30m/7m cube structure, build specifically for the event by Dream Sets, and supported by AV specialists, Integrity.

Many laughs and litres of Red Bull later, the event was a massive success and a tribute to the dedication and talent of all involved.

A special shout out to our Teflon coated producer Inge, for holding the line.

    
 
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