Conversation with Jeff Jensen

by Jeff Jensen & Dane Sanders

Conversation with Jeff Jensen from the 2015 CCCA Arts Conference entitled the Digitization of the Christian Imagination.
The 2015 arts conference explores the challenges and opportunities of digital technology on the imaginative life of the Christian artist. The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed an unprecedented wave of unlimited creative opportunities for artists in all fields. Does this democratization of digital tools result in better art, film, music and literature or is true talent instead drowned out in the vast digital ocean of mass culture? This year’s conference will address this question and explore the exciting creative possibilities and challenges offered by digital technologies. 

Jeff Jensen
As a TV Critic for Entertainment Weekly, Jeff Jensen became the authoritative blogging voice for the hit TV show LOST. Writing wildly popular recaps after each week’s episode, Jensen’s theories caught the attention of LOST co-creator Damon Lindelof, who recruited Jensen to be a co-writer for the Disney film Tomorrowland slated to be released in 2015. In addition, Jensen has won the Eisner Award for his graphic novel, Green River Killer: A True Detective Story.

In addition to founding Fast Track Creative, Dane Sanders is a photographer, author and public speaker. He has published two books: Fast Track Photographer and The Fast Track Photographer Business Plan. Dane is also the creator of the Photographer DNA (pDNA), the Business Stress Test (bST) and a host of other resources for photographers. His current projects include the Better Together Community, Converge: The Business of Creativity Podcast and his personal blog. As an educator, Dane has been a guest lecturer at Brooks Institute, taught at Westmont College and Biola University and has taught numerous times at WPPI, Imaging USA, Photo Plus Expo as well international events throughout North America, South America, Europe & Asia. He has also been a featured speaker for such companies as Adobe, Random House & WHCC. His work has been featured in a number of books and publications including Rangefinder, Professional Photographer, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style and Photojojo. Dane, his wife Tami, along with their four children, make their home in Newport Beach, California.

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