VP, Technology | Marvel
Annie Chang is the Vice President of Technology for Marvel Studios. Annie works with production teams, filmmakers and her technology team to develop and implement new technologies into feature productions and workflows. She is also currently the AMPAS ACES Project Chair and has been a Co-Chair of the 10E Essence Technology and Chair of the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) Working Group at SMPTE. Annie has represented Disney as a Board Member in the Avid Customer Association and as a Board Director in the UHD Alliance. In October 2015, Annie became a SMPTE Fellow and received the Workflow Systems Medal Award for her research, implementation and participation in file-based technologies, and in 2016, she became a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Members-At-Large branch. During her 11 years at Disney, Annie has shaped technology standards and strategies, helped research and implement new technologies into Disney’s feature post-production and mastering pipelines, helped the Studio transition from tapes to files and helped launch feature iTunes and 2D/3D Blu-ray. Prior to Disney, she spent six years at THX Ltd. as the Senior Engineer for the Digital Mastering Program and three years in DVD authoring and compression. She also ran master control and was an online editor for broadcast and ran a small recording studio. Annie holds a BS in Engineering Technology from Texas A&M University.
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