onedotzero is headed by Shane Walter, Creative Director and Co-Founder. Shane works with agencies and academia to shape and deliver bespoke lectures and workshops to creative and innovation teams. As an established and respected leader in digital culture his opinions are sought after as a critic, commentator and contributor for international broadcasting, awards and juries. Walter has chaired numerous panels and writes for magazines, programme catalogues, books and websites.
“onedotzero was founded on the power of collaboration and sense of adventure. We have an international perspective, understanding of technology and direct relationship with an extended community who are looking to inspire and be inspired. Our network of friends, partners, venues, artists, creators and technologists, span the cultural and creative industries worldwide.
We believe today's audience respects the entities that supports work that develops and engages with digital culture. Together, we want to produce projects that makes a difference and make people want to be a part of whether online or onscreen, in a museum or nightclub, on the street or in the classroom. We look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with you.”
Shane Walter, 2013
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Digital provocateur Shane RJ Walter is a multi-disciplinary producer, curator, writer, speaker and co-founder and creative director of onedotzero, global-reaching contemporary digital art, film and design organization celebrating 17 years at the forefront of digital creativity.
onedotzero operates internationally with a remit to promote innovation across all forms of moving image and interactive arts. Activities encompass commissioning, production, public events, content development, publishing, DVD label, education, and the global touring festival onedotzero_adventures in motion that premieres at the BFI Southbank before visiting up to 50 cities annually around the globe.
He has commissioned and produced scores of award winning short films and animations appearing on BBC, MTV, TCM in addition to producing and directing the two Channel 4 series of onedottv over 18 episodes. He has curated and commissioned digital installation work for over a decade for cultural, commercial and public events worldwide.
Shane founded sister production and consultancy company, onedotzero industries to produce and consult for the world’s best-known brands and bands from Nike to MTV, U2 to the Pet Shop Boys producing innovative multi-disciplinary work. onedotzero industries, is recognised internationally as an industry leader in the field of digital moving image and its application to commerce, working in the area of moving image, digital arts and brand development across TV, web, live events, visuals, promos, installations, museums, commercials and emergent technologies.
He has contributed to several publications and written two onedotzero books Motion Blur 1 and Motion Blur 2 and the in progress Re-imagining The City. He has curated projects at ICA, SFMOMA, Tate Modern, Stockholm Moderna Museet, Hayward Gallery, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Yota Space, CMoDA Beijing and co-curated the hugely popular Decode: Digital Design Sensations exhibition at the V&A Museum, toured to CAFA Beijing, Garage Museum Moscow and Design Museum Holon Tel Aviv.
He is a regular speaker, presenter, chair and jury member for international film festivals, design conferences, agencies, colleges and awards including D&AD, Design Museum Designs of the Year, Type Directors Club, Crafts Council, BBC Film Network, British Council, Vimeo Awards, Sonar, Promax, Sundance London, Golden Horse, Vienna, Rotterdam, Sydney, Melbourne, Taipei and Zurich Film Festivals. He has appeared on national TV and Radio in the UK and numerous countries around the world.
In 2011 Shane was nominated for the Prince Philip Designers Prize, which recognises an outstanding contribution to UK business and society through design. In 2010 he was named in the Wired 100 list of individuals that are shaping the digital world, recognized as a cultural leader by the Honda Dream Factory and Courvoisier Future 500 and included in Hospital Club 100 list of the most influential people in the creative and media industries in the established digital category alongside executives from BBC, News Corp and Facebook. He has been a member of the prestigious International Academy Of Digital Arts and Sciences since 2008. He was named by Little White Lies magazine as one of the 10 people responsible for making British Short film the most vibrant in the universe in 2007 and Screen International’s 25th anniversary issue as one of ten of individuals alongside Ridley Scott and Mike Figgis breaking new ground for the future of cinema back in 2000.