Winslow Porter

Winslow Turner Porter III is a Brooklyn based director, producer and creative technologist, specializing in virtual reality. Winslow has always been fascinated with the possibilities of how the intersection of art and technology can elevate storytelling. With over five years of experiential and digital agency work under his belt, he has helped create interactive experiences for Google, Delta, Diesel, Merrell and Wired to name a few. He is the co-creator of styleblaster.net the world's first real-time street-style fashion blog. Winslow also produced the Eyeo-centric, Tribeca Film Festival Transmedia award-winning documentary CLOUDS among other acclaimed new media projects.

He is the co-creator and producer of the VR film ‘Giant’ which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival's 2016 New Frontier exhibition. ('Giant' will be on view at Eyeo) 


Panel: VR/Experience

How do you tell a story differently with VR than other technologies. What unique opportunities does it offer? What constraints exist? Let's think about VR beyond gaming and talk about applications and experiences we might see in the future. Join this panel of artists working in and around Virtual Reality as they discuss their experiences with the medium.

Panelists include Milica Zec and Winslow Porter– creators of the Giant (screening at eyeo), James George (CLOUDS) and Alexander Porter– co-creators of DepthKit, a suite of tools that allows anyone to capture, edit, and publish volumetric experiences. Moderated by Kamal Sinclair, Director of the Sundance Institute's New Frontier Labs Program.