L-R, Drew Waters, SPARS President, Fred Guarino, SPARS Past President, Jun Mizumachi, Barry Rudolph, Howard Schwartz, SPARS Past President, Ellis Sorkin, Chris Mara, Bill Higley, Jamie Baker, Dave Hampton, SPARS Board Member, Leslie Mona-Mathus, Dave Amlen, SPARS Past President, Eric Johnson, SPARS Past President, Tom Salta, Winifred Phillips, Chuck Zwicky, John Rollo, Gina Zdanowicz, Neil Dorfsman, Tony Schultz, Joel Hamilton, Scott Adamson, Sherri Tantleff, SPARS Board Member and Matt Rifino
For the fifth year in a row, the SPARS Speed Mentoring Session at the 139th AES Convention saw a successful turn out of Industry Mentors and seminar attendees.
The Ask SPARS event brought together some 25 recognized industry experts who met with attendees in small groups to offer advice, share their experiences and answer questions about the industry and careers.
Participants were able to rotate among the various groups which covered the fields of Studio Production, Post Production, Gaming, Live Sound/Live Recording, Mixing, and Recording Business.
Besides the group mentoring session, SPARS was able to offer One-on-One Mentoring at the SPARS booth throughout the convention.
Jamie Baker mentoring in Post Production
Tony Schutz mentoring in Studio Production
Barry Rudolph mentoring in Mixing
Bill Higley mentoring in Post Production
Scott Adamson mentoring in Live Sound
John Rollo mentoring in Studio Production
Tom Salta mentoring in Gaming
Dave Hampton, SPARS Board Member, counsels one on one with Mateo Barragan