Kate McCallum

www.bridgeartsmedia.com  www.theartofsoundgallery.com

Kate McCallum’s introduction to the arts was through her training as a flutist and an operatic soprano. She then went on to study creative theory, communications and media arts then relocated from Michigan to Los Angeles after graduating from Western Michigan University. Kate found her way into the entertainment industry working first on sets in a variety of production crew positions before discovering her calling as a creative producer and writer. Kate spent 20 years working at NBCUniversal and Paramount Studios in the development and production of primetime scripted television, long form and feature films working alongside some of the top writers and showrunners in the industry, and for 8 years of those years she served as a creative development executive. While honing her professional skills and a deep understanding of story, Kate kept her own personal art spirit alive by opening a photography studio and writing spec scripts and TV series concepts while working days in the studios.

Kate loves collaborating with other creatives and artists and founded Bridge Arts Media, LLC in 2004 so that she could work in a variety of mediums including film, live events, books and magazines. Because of her love for music, she launched a unique music+art label called THE ART OF SOUND bringing together visual artists and musicians to create not just albums, but live performances, artwork and  eventually fulldome immersive and VR content which is what she is also producing today. Her first fulldome art+music concert took place in The Vortex Dome with visual artist Audri Phillips and musician/composer Winter Lazerus. She then went on to produce several more fulldome music+art concerts, and she produced the award-winning 360 fulldome shows Mesmerica and Beautifica with James Hood and director Michael Saul. Most recently Kate is also working on the award-winning The Journey 360 with musicians Jahna and Michael Perricone, animator and director, Brianna Amore and executive producer, Ed Lantz. In 2019, she collaborated with artist Elizabeth Yochim to produce the short film Angelbird and also collaborated on and performed as a vocalist with Elizabeth in a performance art piece and film called Essence which was featured at the Fine Arts Building during Artwalk Los Angeles, and she also performed with Elizabeth at an art festival that took place at the Los Angeles Union Station. Kate earned an MA in Consciousness Studies and has been passionate about the human potential,
spirituality, new media tech and future studies, and in 2004 she co-founded the c3: Center for Conscious

Creativity www.consciouscreativity.org 501(c3) with former Brewery tenant Philip Horvath. Together, they hosted several events at the Brewery along with residents Barry Goldberg and Stosh Machek. In 2021, Kate and co-author Dr. Jacki Morie published The Handbook of Research on the Global Impact and Roles of Immersive Media through IGI Publishing. One of the first definitive books on immersive media. And she served as the managing editor of the Society of Camera Operator’s trade magazine Camera Operator from 2016-2021.

Kate is a member of the World Future Studies Federation, The Millennium Project, the TV Academy and the Producers Guild of America where she served two terms on the board of the PGA New Media Council and the PGA National Board. She also co-founded the PGA Social Impact Entertainment Task Force which has co-produced events with the UN Creative Community Outreach Committee featuring the power of storytelling to address the SDGs challenges and solutions. She also serves as an advisor to the SIE Society www.siesociety.org.

Kate McCallum is located at the Brewery Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California where she shares a loft and workspace with her daughter, Madison Rubin who is a taxidermy artist and painter. She is available for speaking, consultations and creative services and can be reached at kate@consciouscreativity.com.

Also, showing work from their upcoming show 
“Woman to Woman Regard de femmes” by performance artist Elizabeth Yochim & photographer Michele Mattei. 

Woman to Woman is about a friendship between the photographer (Mattei) and her subject (Yochim). It is a collaboration between seer and seen, where the roles become a fluid exchange; documented with photographic images expressing change and growth and the passage of time.

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