Transform Christmas 2013: Introducing the Theme

Merry Christmas from TripleWide Media! We are excited about the endless possibilities for our TripleWide community members this holiday season. Our hope is that you’ll be inspired this holiday season. From tips for environmental projection, to theories and discussions on communication and leadership, we want to help you Transform Your Christmas in 2013!

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For the past few year’s we’ve hosted Transform Christmas! We want to see you not just be inspired this season, but actually Transform Your Christmas services, events, or concerts. We want you to create an atmosphere that draws people in and transforms them in this Christmas season. Transform Your Christmas is your opportunity to take your space and create an immersive environment; to create an environment that helps people experience the power of Christmas. This Christmas season we will focus on tangible ways you can take your Christmas event to the next level.

Transform Christmas 2013 Features:

Guest Posts – we’ll have blog posts from some talented guests experienced in the world of production.

Jonathan Malm Transform Christmas 2013Jonathan Malm – the creative genius behind Church Stage Design Ideas (CSDI). Knowing how long some people are planning for Christmas and how it seems to just sneak up on others, Jonathan will be discussing leadership and communication in event production.

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Camron Ware Transform Christmas 2013Camron Ware – Visual Worshiper and leader in environmental projection and lighting. Camron is going to dive into crafting an experience and how the details, vision, planning, and direction take that experience and transform the audience.



Chris Lisle Transform Christmas 2013Chris Lisle – Lighting and Production designer with over 20 years of national and international touring experience. Chris is going to speak from his experience in how lighting and video can be effectively utilized together to create a transforming environment.



Transforming TipsTransform Christmas Tips – Every week we’ll be posting a few tips to help you Transform Christmas this year. Luke McElroy will be sharing on everything from planning your events to the power of turning everything off for a moment. Look forward to a new tip every week from now until Christmas.



mondaymappingMonday Mapping – Christmas Style! We’ll feature some new mapping experiences as well as seeing what some of our friends have in store for us this year.




Three Credit ThursdayDeals! – Three Credit Thursday! Stay tuned for amazing deals on great media from some of our top producers. For those who are new, these are 75% off SALES… that doesn’t happen anywhere else. Who needs black Friday when you have Three Credit Thursday’s every week?

Related Article:  Christmas in NYC Mapping (#134)



Christmas ContentThe best Christmas Media – On top of all of this, we’ll be posting brand new Christmas content every day from your favorite producers to help make this holiday unique. There’s a lot of good media in store, so be on the lookout!



As you can tell we have a LOT in store for Transform Christmas 2013. For those who are new, we post every single day from now till Christmas to help you as much as we can! Make sure to bookmark this link or follow us on social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) to keep up to date with every post. Here’s to Transforming Your Christmas!



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Tim Southwick

Author Tim Southwick

Tim is the Brand Manager for TripleWide Media. He has 10 years experience in the event management world and has a strong desire to see visuals and media used to increase the user experience.

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