2012 has been a rock-star year for Big Fish. So, we’ve compiled a list of our visual accomplishments.
1. First Addy’s Presentation. We are looking forward to the Addy’s next year!
2. We revamped our logo and website.
3. A regular day of work at the Baton Rouge Zoo with the entire Big Fish team.
4. The Big Fish team moved down the road to a new office complete with a chalk-board wall, aviator sunglass mirrors and a blackout production room.… Continue Reading →
“Practice makes perfect.”
We’ve all heard it. Many, many times, in fact.
Although it has been repeated many times over your lifetime, it still rings truth. In any skill that you choose to pursue, if you practice it enough, you will be nearly perfect at it. There’s no way to get around it. Unless you are naturally talented at something or get extremely lucky, odds are the only way to “sharpen your sword,” so to speak , is through repetition. … Continue Reading →
This week’s presentation breakdown features Missing Link CEO and former rock star roadie Rich Mulholland. After operating lights for bands like Iron Maiden and Def Leppard, Mulholland started South Africa’s first presentation company, Missing Link. He is also an outstanding speaker and education activist.
In this TED talk, Mulholland speaks about his proposition of reinventing the educational system. He believes that people should never stop learning. … Continue Reading →
[Update 7/26: Some people say that the link isn’t working for them to download the whitepaper. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to shoot it your way.]
Kenny here. Today, I’d like to give our loyal blog followers, a nice little present from the Big Fish Presentations team.
You can now download our newest white-paper Seven Ways to Rock Your Next Presentation by clicking on the picture above or clicking the link here.… Continue Reading →
Photo courtesy of BBR Creative:
Hey it’s Kenny. So I normally don’t write blog posts (I leave that to our brilliant copywriter Luke), but I thought this week is special. Yesterday, I had the honor of speaking at one of the LAUNCH hour luncheons at Innov8, Lafayette’s week-long festival highlighting the city’s growing entrepreneurship scene, innovation, and community. I was asked to deliver one of my “How to Create a Kickass Presentation” keynotes to the audience, which I speak about frequently, so I didn’t bother too much on changing things up.… Continue Reading →
Here at Big Fish, we stick by our belief that it takes studying great work in order to create great work. Without analyzing the masters of an art, it is impossible to produce work of the same caliber. So, in order to give you all a sense of work that we admire and perceive as some of the greatest, we have broken down two presentations, providing commentary and insights. … Continue Reading →
Tupic is alive…via hologram at least.
On Monday, the world was abuzz with the recent videos of the infamous deceased rapper, Tupac Shakur, performing on stage at the 2012 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival alongside Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.
The seemingly 3-D rendering of Shakur was created by the special effects company Digital Domain (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, “Titanic”), while AV Concepts installed the plate of glass and the lighting that brought the hologram to life.… Continue Reading →
We’d like to share with you an excerpt from our up-and-coming e-book, “The Art of Storytelling.” This is a section from a chapter about Character.
Check it out, and let us know what you think!… Continue Reading →
en·tre·pre·neur / äntrəprəˈno͝or/
- A person who organizes and operates a business or businesses, taking on financial risk to do so.
Entrepreneurs are game-changers.
By their very nature, they are re-inventors, originators of fresh ideas.
In their day-to-day activities, they take risks and pursue their dreams so that they can continue to push the boundary in their chosen industry.
We believe Baton Rouge is a very healthy environment for entrepreneurs. … Continue Reading →
Preorder our new book, “The Big Fish Experience” to see everything we’ve learned over the years, all the resources we use to do what we do, and our tips on how to present experiences.
Stories have existed long before recorded history, and the telling of stories has changed forms drastically throughout the ages. From cave painting to novels to movies, stories have always fascinated mankind. … Continue Reading →