Visiting Industry Assistant Professor
Todd Bryant is an award-winning creative technologist who works across independent art installations, commercial activations, and academia as a Visiting Industry Assistant Professor in the Integrated Digital Media Program at NYU's Tandon School of Engineering.
He is globally recognized as a leading video artist, engineer, and educator with expertise in storytelling through mixed reality and experiential installations. His cutting-edge work and curricula include extensive projects in motion capture, project mapping, and spatial media experiences. He has provided technical direction for projects that have been installed and exhibited at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Burning Man, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Celebrate Brooklyn as well as the immersive programs at leading film festivals like Cannes, Sundance, and Tribeca.
Todd has also worked with HBO’s Game of Thrones, Childish Gambino, Nike, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Compari, Jose Cuervo, and AGCO to create new and exciting platforms for audience engagement. His contributions and works have been awarded by the Visual Effects Society and the Cannes Silver Lions. Additionally, he has developed a number of comprehensive technical mixed reality and motion capture curricula, among them, "Worlds on a Wire: Narrative Storytelling in Virtual Reality" and "Bodies in Motion."