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Technicolor’s state-of-the-art motion capture stage provides an intimate environment equipped with premiere Vicon cameras and ARRI lighting, ideal for both productions and experimentation with the latest digital production technology. Located at the Technicolor Experience Center in Culver City, our motion capture stage offers access to Technicolor’s industry-leading artists, technologists and global facilities, enabling our clients to bring their visions to life.


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The TEC Leadership

Meet the team that makes the impossible possible. Headquartered in Culver City, CA, connecting with resources around the globe, the Technicolor Experience Center is home to leaders in creativity and technology, committed to the development, creation, management, and delivery of high-end immersive content.

Marcie Jastrow is an industry veteran with over 20 years in the entertainment business. Known for her ability to bring together teams and workflows, her passion lies in bringing a creative vision to life.

Marcie Jastrow
Vice President, Immersive Media and Head of the Technicolor Experience Center

Nick Mitchell is an innovative media technologist with a passion for enabling creativity and producing immersive entertainment.

Nick Mitchell
Vice President, Immersive Technology

A specialist in the emerging world of interactive storytelling, Brian bridges the technical and creative elements through a diverse background in film production, coding, and game engine development.

Brian Frager
Lead Experience Producer

David Witters is the TEC’s resident VFX supervisor, specializing in VR, CGI, VFX and beyond. Over his career, he has worked on a number of high-profile films, games, and immersive experiences.

David Witters
VFX Supervisor

Abbey Tate is a creator, artist, mover, and shaker responsible for curating immersive content, cultivating new relationships, educating the community and helping bring stories to life at the TEC.

Abbey Tate
Experience Director

John Root advances motion capture, virtual production and digital human technologies across Technicolor and its business units for use in feature films, commercials, mixed realities and video games.

John Root
Virtual Production Supervisor
The TEC Team

Contact US

Technicolor Experience Center
3237 South La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016


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