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Shiba Inu Onboards Netflix, Disney Film Producer to Metaverse Team

  • SHIB The Metaverse has enlisted Brandie Konopasek, a Netflix film producer and post-production manager.
  • The veteran producer will take a freelance metaverse producer role.
  • A fellow Technicolor employee joined the Shiba Inu metaverse team three months ago.

In bolstering their ranks to assure that their metaverse project becomes an apex in Shiba Inu’s token history, the team behind SHIB The Metaverse has enlisted Brandie Konopasek, a Netflix film producer and post-production manager.

In a blog post shared on ShibaSwap yesterday, the metaverse team revealed that they will tap Konopasek’s decades of experience in production, technology, and color science. Konopasek joins SHIB’s metaverse team as a freelance metaverse producer.

The veteran producer has worked with entertainment giants Netflix, Marvel, and Disney. Konopasek has also worked with famed directors, including Jon Favreau and Emmanuel Lubezki.

With her focus now shifting to the game world, this is an incredible opportunity to bring the multiverse feel into the Metaverse environment.

“I am thrilled to announce my partnership with Shiba Inu Games to produce some incredible land developments in their new Metaverse,” Konopasek said on social media. “[The Shiba Inu] community has been so welcoming, and it’s going to be a visually stunning launch with a brilliant team!”

Before Konopasek’s post at Netflix, she held a digital intermediate producer role at Technicolor for five years. Three months ago, Marcie Jastrow, a former Technicolor executive, also joined the Shiba Inu metaverse team as a metaverse advisor.

In Shiba Inu’s latest update,  the metaverse project continues to ramp up the formation of its dedicated team that will aid in community management. “The goal is to involve the community while producing a unique experience in the creation of environments, in which the ShibArmy’s feedback adds to the key value, guidance, and as a collaborative resource to reach higher grounds in the delivery of the immersive virtual world,” shares Shiba Inu in a recent blog post.

According to Shiba Inu, their metaverse venture is a space where its community, the Shiba Army, can “grow, share, and benefit together.” The metaverse team has yet to release a slated date for the project launch.

  • SHIB The Metaverse has enlisted Brandie Konopasek, a Netflix film producer and post-production manager.
  • The veteran producer will take a freelance metaverse producer role.
  • A fellow Technicolor employee joined the Shiba Inu metaverse team three months ago.

In bolstering their ranks to assure that their metaverse project becomes an apex in Shiba Inu’s token history, the team behind SHIB The Metaverse has enlisted Brandie Konopasek, a Netflix film producer and post-production manager.

In a blog post shared on ShibaSwap yesterday, the metaverse team revealed that they will tap Konopasek’s decades of experience in production, technology, and color science. Konopasek joins SHIB’s metaverse team as a freelance metaverse producer.

The veteran producer has worked with entertainment giants Netflix, Marvel, and Disney. Konopasek has also worked with famed directors, including Jon Favreau and Emmanuel Lubezki.

With her focus now shifting to the game world, this is an incredible opportunity to bring the multiverse feel into the Metaverse environment.

“I am thrilled to announce my partnership with Shiba Inu Games to produce some incredible land developments in their new Metaverse,” Konopasek said on social media. “[The Shiba Inu] community has been so welcoming, and it’s going to be a visually stunning launch with a brilliant team!”

Before Konopasek’s post at Netflix, she held a digital intermediate producer role at Technicolor for five years. Three months ago, Marcie Jastrow, a former Technicolor executive, also joined the Shiba Inu metaverse team as a metaverse advisor.

In Shiba Inu’s latest update,  the metaverse project continues to ramp up the formation of its dedicated team that will aid in community management. “The goal is to involve the community while producing a unique experience in the creation of environments, in which the ShibArmy’s feedback adds to the key value, guidance, and as a collaborative resource to reach higher grounds in the delivery of the immersive virtual world,” shares Shiba Inu in a recent blog post.

According to Shiba Inu, their metaverse venture is a space where its community, the Shiba Army, can “grow, share, and benefit together.” The metaverse team has yet to release a slated date for the project launch.

 

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