Jason Bevan

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Former Creative Head at Warner Bros 

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Synopsis

Jason spent his career pushing the boundaries of creativity at Warner Bros and Disney, working on films ranging from Harry Potter to the DC universe. He reveals the secrets of how the world’s most creative film studios continue to develop brave and innovative ideas and shares applicable tools and tricks to create a creative environment in any organisation, even in a hybrid world.

Biography

Jason led the creativity development team at Warner Bros Studios, working on innovative campaigns for some of the biggest films in 21st century cinema from franchises such as Harry Potter and the DC universe to the Lego movies. He unlocks the secrets of the creative process behind blockbuster films and shares how to push the boundaries of innovation in any setting, even those that seem uninspiring. 

Before joining Warner Bros, Jason worked for Disney in London and Paris, where he designed and engineered innovative large-scale creative events and stunts. He continues to work with many of the top film studios and entertainment companies as co-founder of Content Creator Studios, creating visionary experiences for film premieres and cast and fan events. The company also specialises in publicity stunts that harness content for a variety of brands wishing to draw a wider audience.

In speeches he shares the secrets of Hollywood’s creative power and how any industry can harness it. Using examples from much-loved films he looks at how to remove barriers to traditional ways of thinking and shows what 'outside of the box' really means in a world saturated with content. He believes that the post pandemic world is a massive opportunity for innovation and shares how creativity can flow, even in a hybrid work space.

As well as delivering keynote speeches, Jason helps individuals and organisations find their inner creative through masterclasses and consulting services. Jason demonstrates that even the least creative-seeming job contains all the necessary elements to make something great. He sees creativity not as a nice-to-have, nor as a privilege only few get to exercise, but as a necessity that calls to us all more than ever. 

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