Category Archives: Presentation Breakdowns

Big Fish Presents Our First Ebook…

The Building of Stories begins with the history of storytelling and ends by helping you build your own story. From where to begin to crafting the perfect ending, we give you all the crucial details and tools you need to tell your next story and hopefully, your next presentation! Everyone has a story. Let us help you make it one people want to hear.… Continue Reading →

Creative thinker? Music lover? We have just the contest for you!

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  • All submissions due April 12th
  • The following three (3) terms MUST be incorporated into your design:
    • Big Fish Logo
    • The Big Fish Tagline “Turning Presentations into Experiences”
  • Dimensions for album cover: 4.724” x 4.724” (optimized for printing)
  • Entries must be submitted in JPG format
  • Only copyright free material, images and photographs may be used. No artwork may be returned to the artist(s) once submitted.
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Big Fish Goes to TEDxLSU

Two weeks ago Louisiana State University hosted their first TEDx event, Big Fish Presentations is proud to say that two of our employees, Kristen Hinton and Kenny Nguyen, are now official TEDx speakers! We interviewed both of them to get the deetes on the event and their speeches.

Kristen Hinton spoke on behalf of a team of 8 students called Create Lab.… Continue Reading →

Testimonial Tuesday

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Big Fish has had many successes in the past year. From winning our first Addy award to Gus Murillo, our President, representing Big Fish as one of the top 50 Student-Run Businesses by the Kairos Society at the New York Stock Exchange, Big Fish is thrilled by these accomplishments and truly humbled. We could not have made it this far without people believing in us.… Continue Reading →

Letter from the CEO


This weekend has been an extraordinary one. Besides winning our first ADDY for our client work on Easy Living [link:] at the 2013 Baton Rouge ADDY Awards, Big Fish Presentations was recognized as one of the top 50 student entrepreneurial ventures in the world by the Kairos Society [link:] at the New York Stock Exchange.

For the record, the Kairos Society is a not-for-profit foundation that hosts events to connects students all over the world with innovative leaders of some of the world’s biggest companies [list of past mentors here:].… Continue Reading →

Mardi Gras Explained

New Orleans Celebrates Mardi Gras

What many natives of Louisiana consider the best time of the year is now upon us: Mardi Gras weekend. Big Fish decided to breakdown what exactly Mardi Gras is for all our non-Louisiana residents.

Mardi Gras is translated into Fat Tuesday. It’s the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, when the Lenten season begins. Basically, people use this time to indulge in some of their favorite items that they might be giving up for Lent.… Continue Reading →

The RED Scarlet

RED Digital Cinema cameras came onto the scene back in 1999 and changed the way Hollywood produces cinematography. RED cameras produce high quality digital images that far exceed any of their competitors. And after our recent investment, Big Fish Presentations made the move to RED Digital Cinema. For selected productions, the RED Scarlet-X will be used for creating incredible footage for our client videos.… Continue Reading →

5 Phrases That Will Aggravate Your Audience


When you are giving a presentation, your main goal is to engage your audience and get them interested in what you are talking about. The last thing you want to do is bore your audience, or even worse make them angry. There are a few phrases that every unrehearsed speaker starts with. Those overused statements are the ones that will make your audience roll their eyes and say, “oh no, not this again.” These are the phrases you want to stay as far away from as possible.… Continue Reading →

10 Quotes to Motivate You


Writer’s block happens to us all. When it comes to writing a term paper for class, an important presentation for work or a blog post for the week, sometimes your mind just draws a blank. No good ideas come to mind, and the ones that do are just absolutely terrible. As you continue to procrastinate, your deadline gets closer and closer, and the panic really starts to set in.… Continue Reading →

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