For several years my team at FireEye utilized conference rooms, meeting spaces, and other office environments to record interviews. While this was cost efficient it did not allow us the control we needed. To this end I developed a recording studio space, built the budget, found executive sponsors, worked with facilities and real estate to get it built.
The company had recently moved into a new building with great architectural details.
I managed construction needs, set design (with Acme Scenery), and executive approvals.
The set was build off-site and then assembled in place over the course of a couple days. The result was incredible. The set had 5 modular zones, color controlled lighting, and the ability to pipe in video content for playback during the a recording session.
This is one of the first recordings in the new studio.

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