Storm, Christina Lee
Christina Lee Storm is an award-winning creative producer and executive recognized for her groundbreaking work at the intersection of storytelling and technology spanning film, television, animation, documentaries, virtual reality, augmented reality, and XR.
Founder and CEO of ASHER XR, Christina drives the strategic and creative development of emerging technologies for linear, digital, and multi-platform storytelling.
Passionate about thought-provoking cinema, Christina produced films like "Solitary" with David Oyelowo and collaborated with renowned filmmakers on projects like "The Artist" and "Life of Pi," and as Producer of “Life After Pi” and Consulting Producer for "Jurassic Punk."
As Director of Virtual Production at Netflix, Christina played a pivotal role in establishing global virtual production ecosystems and spaces, executing on Netflix's films, series, and ancillary content including "Avatar: The Last Airbender." During her tenure as Vice President at DreamWorks Animation, Christina produced global award-winning interactive, theme-park, and VR/AR experiences for franchises including "How to Train Your Dragon," "Trolls World Tour," "Abominable," and "Kung Fu Panda"
Beyond her creative achievements, Christina helps shape the future of the industry by serving on the Television Academy's Emerging Media Program Executive Committee and as Co-Chair of the AI Working Group, the Producers Guild of America's National Board of Directors, and as Board of Governors for the Advanced Imaging Society. Supporting women in STEAM, Christina is a proud Founding Member of DreamWorks Animation's TECHWomen and member of Women in Animation.
- Leveraging New Tech For Storytelling
- Wednesday, October 25 • 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
- The Virtual Production Revolution: A Real Time Love Affair
- Thursday, October 26 • 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM