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Showing posts with label Pooky Amsterdam. Show all posts
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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Sci Fi in July: Machinima Fest and Appearances Program

Here is the exact schedule for the Sci-Fi in July science fiction machinima event (and cosplay contest) JUL 29 at AviewTV in Second Life.

We will be running many films and hosting personal appearances from some of SL's best machinima creators. This is a great chance to meet the directors!


Monday, May 28, 2012

A Public Service Announcement produced by Pookie Amsterdam- Help Eradicate The Invasive Asian Tiger Mosquito

Using the 360 Degree engine of Second Life.
PookyMedia was asked to deliver a very important message with an engaging family to help students, parents and caregivers understand and help with eradicating the invasive Asian Tiger Mosquito.

For more information on Pookie Amsterdam, visit these links below:
Pooky Amsterdam
CEO/Founder PookyMedia

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Spotlight On Pooky Amsterdam, CEO of PookyMedia, Machinima Production Allen Eppenberger Reporting…

            Pooky Amsterdam is amongst a handful of people in Second Life that have instant name recognition. She's prominently known for her Machinima productions and her production company, PookyMedia. She's produced clips for a variety of clients, including Linden Lab itself. If you do a search for television shows with her name, you get numerous returns. Her YouTube channel has received over 1.2 million views. One of her early experiences with VR has been Habbo Hotel, where she was producing videos as well.

            I had the tremendous good fortune to be able to sit down with Pooky on a Thursday evening for a chat about herself and her values in both her company and in Second Life. While my interviews are usually short and pointed, I discovered an hour had passed by the time we were wrapping up! She's a very open and easy personality to get to know, and I'm glad to count her as one of my friends in SL.