An international collective with extensive experience across Technology, Entertainment, Content Development, Interactive & Immersive Arts, Gaming, Transformational Festivals, Event Production and more. The ONEDOME team has worked on some notable experiential activations, product launches, events and theatrical productions for some of the world’s biggest brands including Disney, Intel, Warner Bros, The Olympic Games, Apple, Marvel, Adobe, Cirque du Soleil, MTV, Universal Studios and Microsoft.
Bertram is the co-founder of three companies including his latest success, Taulia. Having served as CEO from 2009 to 2015, Bertram helped transform Taulia into an industry leader, serving customers in over 99 countries and enabling some of the most innovative brands in the world to truly partner with their suppliers, including Coca-Cola Bottling, Pfizer, Hallmark, Grainger, TELUS, John Deere and other Fortune 500 companies across all industries.
Prior to joining Taulia, Bertram held positions as Director of Railteam, Europe’s high-speed rail alliance and Managing Director at RailLink, Railteam’s IT subsidiary. Bertram also acted as Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Ebydos, the SAP solution provider widely known for its Invoice Cockpit solution that was sold to ReadSoft in 2006. Earlier, Bertram worked for 5 years as Top Management Consultant for the Boston Consulting Group with a focus on IT and Financial Services. Bertram holds an MBA from INSEAD.
He sits on the boards of multiple emerging technology companies, has raised over $100M in investment, holds a Masters in Physics and is an avid collector of visionary art.
At the intersection of experience, content, technology and entertainment, where mixed realities and immersive experiences bring people together to connect, collaborate and create, Leila is forging new ground in the space with transformative experiences that invite us to journey from the me to the we.
Passionate about using the immersive and interactive mediums as a means to connect, engage, entertain and educate, Leila and team are launching a new platform for artists, creators and innovators to collaborate in ways never-before-imaginable.
As the Chief Strategy Officer of Onedome, Leila oversees brand, product, content and marketing.
With over 20 years of experience growing businesses, building brands, developing digital products, launching integrated marketing campaigns, and producing large-scale experiential activations and live events, Leila brings a holistic approach to every opportunity bridging brand, product and marketing to tell a story that resonates and inspires.
Leila has worked on many award-winning marketing campaigns, innovative digital products, launch strategies and new business ventures with some of the world’s most exciting brands and start ups including Warner Bros, Xbox, Cisco, Live Nation, U2, FX Networks, Two Bit Circus, Netflix, Apple, Starbucks, Adobe, GE, THE VOID, Fox, Activision, Sony, Dell, The National Institute of Health, Disney, Dole, Mattel, Motorola, Paramount, Microsoft, NBCUniversal, Mini Cooper and Google. Recent projects include Ready Player One, All of Us and Star Wars.
Leila earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Investment & Financial Risk Management from City University Business School in London. When she’s not getting down to business, she’s keeping the dusty streets of Black Rock City safe as Burning Man Ranger, (mad)Chatter, where she volunteers her time across leadership & operational roles within the organization.
Ray Kallmeyer is a game director and technical entrepreneur with the mission of inspiring people to develop healthy relationships with technology. In 2016 Ray co-founded CreateAR in San Francisco and currently serves at its CEO. He is the former Senior Director of Development and Engineering for NCSoft, where he built the San Mateo studio and oversaw regional operations in three time-zones.
A lifelong learner and autodidact, Ray has presented at MIT, USC, Abundance 360, Burning Man, and Singularity University regarding augmented reality’s role in empowering the re-imagination of our daily lives.
An expert witness with a patent for hands-free interaction technology, he codes in several languages, plays a few musical instruments, and enjoys waxing poetic on the confluence of consciousness, theoretical physics, and holography.
Glenn Sanders is a storyteller who uses his experience across marketing and content to deliver narratives and integrated experiences for some of the world’s biggest entertainment companies and brands. Recent campaigns include Ready Player One, The Last Jedi, and Murder on the Orient Express, all of which centered on original story content developed for cross-platform distribution.
Glenn served as the ECD at Eclipse Advertising in Burbank to help deliver multi-platform campaigns that spark excitement, provoke conversation and inspire action. He leads a creative group that designs story-driven, strategically grounded campaigns, social and digital activations, real-world experiences, key art, content and more. His combination of writing, filmmaking, big brand advertising, and digital knowledge provides a truly unique set of skills that he leverages to craft campaigns that break through the clutter with enthusiasm and authenticity. For Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor: Ragnarok, and several upcoming Disney titles, he created experiential activations for the global market, and for Ready Player One contributed substantially to their immersive in-world installation at SXSW.
Prior to his work in entertainment, Glenn developed campaigns for major brands including Toyota, Nissan and Infiniti, Pepsi, PlayStation, and more.
Glenn is also a screenwriter and member of the WGA, with several projects in active development for film and TV. An avid fan of scifi and space exploration, he runs the blog IFOS9000.com, with 250,000 followers and counting. Glenn holds a Master of Arts in English Lit from Northwestern, and a BFA in Film & TV Production from NYU. In his spare time, he gets pummeled by his wife and son in epic family lightsaber battles.
Chris Deckker has been involved in creating transformational events and festivals for over 30 years. His extensive experience spans every level of the industry from artistic to business and he has played an integral role in the development and implementation of many successful international projects.
In 1989 Chris left Australia for London UK, where he founded the legendary night club concept “Return to the Source”, which grew to become one of London’s most successful club nights with regular parties of over 5000 people. Chris expanded “Return to the Source” to a global level in 1995, with regular club events across Europe, South Africa, USA, Australia, South America and Japan.
In 1997 Chris founded the international charity event “Earthdance, The Global Dance Party for Peace”, which grew to become the world’s biggest synchronized dance event uniting promoters from over 700 locations in 75 countries. Originally aimed at supporting Tibet, Earthdance was described by the Dalai Lama’s London secretary “as the most successful global event of its kind aimed at supporting the Tibetan people.” Earthdance now supports global charities worldwide.
Chris is also the founder and producer of the ethno/electronic music group “Medicine Drum”, one of the pioneering EDM acts to fuse dance beats with live acoustic instruments. Medicine Drum signed to Higher Octave/Virgin records USA from 1999 to 2004 and toured the world, including support dates with Moby, The Chemical Brothers, Derrick May and The Orb. Their 1997 music video, titled “Alpha Return”, hit the top 5 most requested video clips for MTV Amp.
Steve Dewart is a highly sought after leadership coach, facilitator, and strategist who provides mentorship and guidance to high-impact leaders and change-makers from Fortune 100 companies, top-tier research universities, and social enterprise start-ups. His clients include Google, University of California, Cornell, Wisdom 2.0, University of Colorado, Hive, Software.com, as well as dozens of small business and non-profit clients.
Prior to starting his consulting practice, Steve was a Co-Founder and Partner in Orion West, a global HR consulting firm; head of Corporate Development for Star Telecom, a $1B telecommunications company; and, worked as a consultant with Pro-Change Behavior Systems, where he co-authored several published articles on organizational change with lead researcher, James Prochaska, one of the most-cited researchers in the world.
He is also a trained vision fast guide through the School of Lost Borders, and enjoys leading small groups on transformational deep dives in beautiful settings. When not traveling, he enjoys spending his time trail running in the backcountry, and lives with his wife, three children, and 12 chickens in a converted blacksmith shop outside of Boulder, Colorado.
Steve earned his M.A. in Organizational Psychology at the University of Rhode Island and holds a B.A. in Psychology from Duke University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.
Becca Dakini is a creative producer with 20 years experience in international event production, project management and non-profits. Recognized for her leadership in designing educational, art and cultural content, programs & campuses within festivals and projects worldwide, Becca has worked with leading festivals and organizations in the USA, Canada, Australia, Costa Rica, and Bali – including The Do LaB, Uplift, Oregon Eclipse, Symbiosis, Earthdance, Rainbow Serpent Festival, Burning Man, Burners Without Borders and more.
Becca is a service-oriented community leader, dedicated to mastering the facilitation of transformational spaces that foster community connection through arts and education. She personally believes that supporting collaborative “village” culture is the key to fostering a healthier modern society, and facilitating collaborative cultural spaces is key in our modern times that have bred rampant individualism and societal separation.
Becca successfully devised and executed an infrastructure project at Standing Rock in partnership with Patricia Arquette’s charity GiveLove and Burners Without Borders, raising $100,000 through her networks and alliance to fund the project. Along with the partners, she oversaw the build team to successfully design, install and operate an extensive compost toilet systems throughout the camps, solving the onsite sanitation crisis facing the camps.
Becca’s focus has now turned to the curation and production of immersive experiences and environments, recognizing the potential for transformation within the individual as well as the collective. She believes that intentional experiences utilizing immersive media, technology and art – allow for individuals and groups to have transformative and inspirational experiences, exploring new frontiers on their inner and outer landscapes that extend beyond their everyday worlds.
A veteran in the performance capture industry, Vince has worked in every facet of virtual production over the last decade. After graduating from the art institute in 2007, he was immediately hired as animation lead on the National Geographic television series “Fight Science”. Shortly after, he was offered a position at House of Moves as facial capture specialist on “Spider Man 2”. While at HOM Vince would learn valuable skills working both on-set and in post-production on several AAA game titles, including “Uncharted 2: Among Thieves” and “Tiger Woods PGA Tour”. These skills led to his role as Motion Capture Supervisor with Just Cause Productions, where he would manage production on Capcom’s Resident Evil 5 & 6, Ninja Gaiden 3 and Mirror’s Edge 2. He eventually started his own company, Mocap Militia, to help provide superior-quality, post-processing of mocap data for clients around the globe. Recognized for his technical expertise, he added to his already impressive resume with his involvement on blockbuster films such as “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” with WETA Digital, Marvel’s “Ant Man”, “Spider Man Homecoming”, “Guardians of the Galaxy 2”, and “Black Panther”, as well as “Deadpool” with Tim Miller and the team at Blur Studios. Vince dove into the VR space with the release of the Oculus Rift DK1 and for the past 6 years has worked to develop VR content for studios such as PsiOp, Big Red Button, Here Be Dragons and Fox to name a few.
Brooks consulted and created social content on a wide range of movie marketing campaigns from clients like 20th Century Fox (HIDDEN FIGURES, THE KINGSMEN 2, Spielberg’s THE POST) to cool little indie films. To help the underdogs, he co-wrote a book called “Twitter For Filmmakers” with SM guru Blake Jamieson. His own beloved Twitter community is 11K strong.
Brooks advised or managed several crowdfunding campaigns including one for Steve Harper’s webseries SEND ME which successfully raised 37K, found a home at BET for 1.6 million views, and won an Emmy nomination for Tracie Thoms.
A member of the Writer’s Guild, Brooks has also written over 20 feature screenplays, interviewing and writing about everybody from to inmates on the yard at San Quentin Prison to astronauts on the ISS.
Nick has nearly 15 years of experience in creating immersive video work for events and installations executed on 4 continents. He began his career at Obscura working as an Install Technician, Technical Director, Senior Technical Director, Producer and Executive Producer.
Installations he has built have used bleeding edge technologies, like camera tracking, infrared lasers, lidar mapping, etc. Video projections he has worked on have been as large as The Vatican and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and as small as interactive pool tables. One of his projects is currently the global leader in video plays and shares, the famous Salesforce Waterfall and Redwoods.
He also produces museum collectible video work for Zheng Chongbin, collected by LACMA in Los Angles, and Venice Biennale (2015). He believes in making the world a more beautiful and inspiring place using the latest in video and interactive technologies.
Mitch Kirsch has 30 years experience in the event industry, overseeing production of large-scale events including TV specials, festivals, and global events in 26 different countries on 5 continents for numerous high-profile corporate and entertainment clients.
Mitch founded Planet Events, Inc. in 1994, and has focused on high-tech interactive experiences, music-driven events, corporate functions, global sporting events, and charitable fundraisers. Mitch produced sponsor events during 13 Olympic Games, 6 Super Bowls, 3 World Cups, and 3 Rugby World Cups.
Mitch was Executive Producer of Vice & Intel’s Creators Project, a global event series fusing music, technology and art. The Creators Project partnered with Coachella in 2011 to bring large-scale art installations and performances enhancements to the festival audience of 75,000, and produced events for up to 20,000 participants in 5 countries. In 2013 Mitch produced Station to Station, a ground-breaking art & music initiative that took a custom train across the U.S.; bringing film, music, performance, art and culture to 10 station stops along the journey.
In addition, Mitch directed Talent Operations for over a hundred major TV Music Specials for MTV Latin America, MTV Asia, VH1, CMT, MTV Africa, and MTV Europe, liaising with major rock, pop and hip hop acts over the past 20 years.
Most importantly, he has lent his experience and energy to numerous charitable organizations to raise funds and awareness for the Rainforest Foundation, Pediatric AIDS, PETA, Virgin Mobile’s RE*Generation, MTV Asia Aid benefiting tsunami victims, Covenant House, Fulfillment Fund, America: Tribute to Heroes, Concert for NYC, and many others.
Pam is a co-creator and driving force behind Moment Factory (www.momentfactory.com), the new-media Arts and Entertainment company. Combining her education in social-sciences with an interdisciplinary degree in video, dance, sound and electronic arts, Pamela has established a solid reputation as a professional dancer/choreographer and multimedia visionary with a talent in designing high-impact environments and interactive experiences. Her work is identified as harnessing technology to evolve human interactions.
Some of her most celebrated projects include co-directing the virtual environment for Madonna’s Superbowl performance (2012), multimedia design/direction for Arcade Fire’s “Summer into Dust” at Coachella (2011), creating/integrating the Interactive video and technology for Nine Inch Nails’ “Lights in the Sky” World Tour (2008), assistant choreographer for Shakira and Wycleff – “Bamboo” at the FIFA closing ceremony in Berlin (2006), and writing and directing “Mosaika”: the Sound & Light show (presented every night on Canada’s Parliament (summer 2010-2015). Through her creative endeavours, Pamela redefines contemporary entertainment.
In the Summer of 2012, she wrote and directed “Les Chemins Invisibles – chapter 4 – The Pixel Frontier”, a Cirque du Soleil show integrating 40 circus acrobats, extreme sports athletes, urban-contemporary dancers and musicians into an immersive environment with interactive video projections and technologies.
Her involvement as a co-founder, choreographer and dancer of Solid State Breakdance Collective, Perpetual Productions Performance Collective, and Nest: Art Space and Gallery, initiated her as an accessible contributor within the community and to this day, her ambitions continue to innovative grass-roots initiatives.
Professional dancer/choreographer and multimedia visionary with a talent in designing high-impact environments and interactive experiences.
Elan Rosenman is an immersive audio engineer and designer passionate about the power of sound for affecting human consciousness. Elan’s work explores the cross-pollination of ambisonic sound spatialization with wellness modalities and the psychophysiology of meditation.
Following a decade in the music business and radio production, Elan completed his studies in psychoacoustics and sound therapy at the Institute of Sound and Consciousness in San Francisco in 2008. He went on to co-found Envelop, a 3D-audio production platform and listening venue at the Midway in San Francisco.
His experiential sound installations for peak performance and stress management can be found used by Fortune 500 companies and events in the SF Bay Area and abroad.