Behind the Scenes of The Ben Heck Show
Join us on Tuesday, February 19th at Tilt Media for Behind the Scenes with The Ben Heck Show. The Ben Heck Show was a successful YouTube show from 2010-2018 that featured weekly electronic builds meant to get people excited about electronics. Many of the builds centered around taking video game consoles and making them portable. Ben Heck and his producer, Max Olmstead will be sharing how they were able to produce, shoot, edit and release his weekly YouTube show from creative concept to edited episode. They will discuss the challenges of breaking down complicated electronic builds for viewers, filming live builds in Ben’s shop, and the post production process. Moderated by Ryan Freng from Backflip, this is a rare opportunity to hear about the inner workings of a weekly web series.
Benjamin J. Heckendorn is an American console modder and famous computer engineer. He is better known as Ben Heck on the Internet. Heckendorn is also an independent filmmaker and he was the star of element14’s The Ben Heck Show, a popular online series, until leaving the show in late 2018. His tremendous body of work can be found at https://www.benheck.com.
Max Olmsted is a video producer based out of Madison, Wisconsin. He worked on The Ben Heck Show for three and a half years and is currently working on element14’s new series “element14 presents”. He is a co-founder of Top Hat Balloon, a sketch comedy troupe https://www.tophatballoonshow.com/
MMP Members Free
Tuesday, February 19th
5:30pm – 6:00pm Networking/Food & Beverages
6:00pm – 6:10pm Announcements and Introductions
6:10pm – 7:30pm Presentation and Q&A
Tilt Media 3209
Madison, WI 53713