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Gary Yost & George Daly
Initially crazy enough to attempt a career in photography in the early 1980s, Yost [photo] became side tracked by computer animation software development and was responsible for the first open-architecture 3D animation systems before leading the development of the most widely-used 3D production system in the world, Autodesk’s 3ds Max. After selling 3ds Max to Autodesk in 1999 he rekindled his passion for photography and filmmaking, and his 2012 viral video “A Day in the Life of a Fire Lookout” led him tell the fascinating story of Mt. Tamalpais' West Peak, shrouded in secrecy for the last 70 years.

George Daly is a music executive, songwriter, musician, video and music producer and technology inventor, who originally worked as an A&R (Artist & Repertoire) music executive. Daly also wrote and produced the first digitally recorded live music video and TV series, StudioLive™, short listed in the Emmy's technical category and the one-hour TV pilot was sold to consumers by Sony Home Video and broadcast on PBS. He also wrote, produced and served as an Executive Producer of the multimedia life story of Carlos Santana, The River of Color and Sound for Polygram Multimedia. Daly and Colin Farish created the pilot television show "Sanctuary of Sound" and has been a consultant to the Smithsonian Institution, where he produced the long-running “Star Spangled Banner” original instrument exhibit recording at the Museum of American History site in Washington, DC. To give back to youth in music, Daly, in 2011, co-founded the "Teen Hoot" with iconic Nashville super-producer David Malloy. "The Hoot," using live and streamed music performances and a growing, large online community, encourages young singer and songwriters to learn their craft.

Photo: George Daly, Peter Coyote, Gary Yost



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