Social Media Sync - Tigi Talks Video

Tigi Kuttamperoor is a new media consultant and founder of Render bar whose projects span the mediums Film, TV and Web. The dedication, drive, and talent he has expressed throughout his career has lead to Tigi’s stellar reputation in the arts world. He lends himself to a wide variety of projects. He has worked on commercial and web-based projects for the likes of Dorito’s, J.D. Power, Business Week, S&P 500, Colonial Toyota, and Town Fair Tire, among others. Additionally, Tigi has contributed his efforts to several short film and web video projects, including “Objects of Time,” “Sales Day,” and “Quiet de luxe.” “Objects of Time” won multiple honors, including Best Short Film at the 48 Hour Film Festival. In his multimedia work, Tigi pushes the boundaries of where art can go in today’s constantly evolving world. He has already made an impact in today’s artistic community, and his services will only be in higher demand as time goes on.

 

Social Media Sync is serving up hot coffee, pancakes, and innovative ideas.

Wake up and meet up with the Twittersphere, FourSquare, bloggers, and Facebook friends in the Greater New Haven Community to discuss innovative ways social media is being used to grow businesses, develop communities, and create social change. Each week we will feature a different social media professional to speak about how they are using social media in new ways. Social Media Sync is a great way to network, connect, and learn.

 

 

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