We are a collective of interdisciplinary artists dedicated to creating immersive experiences that tap into universal human emotions. We explore the spaces between art, technology, interconnectivity and the self, creating journeys with a genuine emotional impact to inspire individual growth and creativity.
We believe in the importance of art to the human experience, and in the importance of supporting an artist’s work.
We have been inspired by the collaborative, immersive scene in New York and hope to bring something similar to the West Coast. However, we don't simply wish to replicate existing models for what constitutes an immersive production, but instead forge ahead with our own take on where we think the medium can go. Our vision is to continually push what an immersive experience can be and what audience members can get out of it. Our hope is that each art installation taps into universal human emotions in some meaningful way and that the art has a genuine emotional impact on those who attend.
All acts will be staged together at a singular venue in Downtown Los Angeles this September. Your ticket purchase includes admission to all acts.Buy Tickets
Screenshot Productions was founded by Nicholas David Sherwin Jr. Nicholas was the creative director and co-creator for the company's first installation entitled Fear Is What We Learned Here the creative director and sole creator of the company's second installation entitled Parturition and the creative director and co-creator of the company's third installation entitled Shoshin. He also works as the Executive V.P. for No Pressure Productions, a concert promotion agency and recording studio out of La Mirada, CA. In addition, Nicholas was a project manager for Vortex Productions LLC., handling the west coast operations where he stage managed the show, the cast, and the inventory for Blackout an extreme immersive theatrical event in it's seventh year of production (fourth in LA). Nicholas graduated with his MBA in Leadership and Managing Organizational Change from Pepperdine University and earned his B.S. in Management Sciences from Biola University.
Meghan is a writer, performance and media artist, whose foray into technology and design came about as a desire to create immersive works of art that could be experienced outside of a gallery context. Her work explores the nature of narrative at the intersection between art and technology, with a particular interest in site-specific and site-responsive works. She was the writer of Parturition, the co-creator of Shoshin and currently works as a user interface designer and developer at Twitch in San Francisco. Meghan graduated with a B.A. in English Literature and a B.A. in Art from Chapman University.
Charles has been playing piano ever since the age of 2. In the year 2007, Charles earned a Bachelor of Music from the University of Southern California with an emphasis in Music Industry. Since then, Charles has been composing and performing all over the world with different artists such as Andra Day, Jennifer Hudson, Joss Stone, Elton John, and Jonny Lang. He has also worked in the studio with John Mayer, Kelis, Lionel Richie, Musiq Soul Child, Stevie Wonder, Destiny's Child, as well as performed at The White House during President Obama's 2012 inaugural ball. Charles wrote the original music for Parturition, wrote and performed The Unveiling for Shoshin and is currently music directing for multi-grammy nominated artist Andra Day.
Bryan is a musician and audio engineer from the Los Angeles area. He has been involved with the productions Fear Is What We Learned Here, Parturition and Shoshin, in both pre-production and performance. His interest in immersive theatre lies in the medium's unique ability to effectively communicate the esoteric to its attendees; hidden concepts that are otherwise inexplicable. Bryan earned his degree in Audio and Entertainment Technology from Golden West College and is currently working towards his B.A. in Philosophy.
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