Winner of Best New Innovative Event Product/Service at the 2015 Special Event Gala Awards, tell-A-vision ("the telling of a vision") is a completely new and highly unique state-of-the art live edu-tainment performance art, first launched on "America's Got Talent" Season 8 in 2013. Using patented wireless screen technology combined with a montage of tightly choreographed performance artists, tell-A-vision creates a highly impactful live moving storybook that is both highly entertaining and a uniquely effective vehicle to enhance audience attention.
From supporting executive presentations, product launches and brand messaging, to conveying a company's futuristic/technological/innovative corporate vision to its' customers, employees and media, tell-A-vision's visual storytelling is among the most creative, flexible and effective communications solutions available in today's market. Options exist for executive reveals as well as detailed message customization. tell-A-vision has appeared on Rachel Ray, Dream Foundation's 12th Annual Star-Studded Gala Opening Performance, Unite 4: Humanity Inaugural Gala Opening Performance, International Indian Film Academy Award Show with Priyanka Chopra, the 2014 Flag Handover Ceremony for the Commonwealth Games, and has collaborated on customized corporate performances for firms such as Phillips, Allstate, IBM, Astellas, Cisco, Choice Hotels, Comcast and Hewlett Packard.
Dorene Collier has been involved in many facets of entertainment production for over 25 years as a performer, teacher, producer, and creative director. She began Event Show Productions 23 years ago and has developed ESP into one of the top entertainment production companies in the country, producing entertainment for major events such as the NFL Championship, Fortune 500 companies, Harrah's Casinos, Outback Bowl and Pro-Am, Donald Trump's NYE gala, the Florida Aquarium, and fundraising events-both nationally and internationally. She is excited about tellAvision performing at the Flag Handover Ceremony for the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
AJ LeBlanc, technical director at ESP, has been involved in show business since 1986 - on the cutting edge of production. Through his love of music he began his career as a Lighting Designer and Audio Engineer. He then studied Mass Communications in Northern California, specializing in Video Production. He designed and deployed million dollar shows for some of the world's elite businesses'. Always pushing the envelope, companies frequently turn to him to create new technology to set their shows apart from others. He's a featured editor for national recording artists and Fortune 500 companies and was featured in AV Video Magazine as well as NAB 1998.