Thursday, March 14, 2013

Stephen Platenberg of Cortina Prodns speaks about Canada's Sports Hall of Fame at Thea Case Studies Day April 5

Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is a new, dynamic, 40,000 square-foot facility that celebrates Canada’s sport heroes and legends at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alberta. It stands as an example of excellence in exhibition design, rich storytelling, media production and interactive technology. The Hall offers unique multi-sensory experiences that immerse visitors in Canada’s sport story.
This project will receive a Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement on April 6 at the Thea Awards Gala. The previous day, April 5, it will be showcased at Thea Case Studies Day, by co-presenters
Janice Smith of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, Stephen Platenberg of Cortina Productions and Timothy Mansfield of C7A. These dates are all part of TEA's Weekend of Events, April 4-6


Stephen Platenberg
Director of Production, Media Designer, Principal
Cortina Productions


As Director of Production, Stephen oversees and helps direct the media design and production process at Cortina Productions. Stephen has 12+ years of experience in media design and production with Cortina Productions, and has designed and produced a wide range of multimedia exhibits, including TEA recognized projects with Monterey Bay Aquarium and Museum of Science and Industry. Stephen’s responsibilities include media and interactive design and development, production management, writing, producing, directing, and technical coordination. Stephen received his BA from Georgetown University.

Photo: Stephen Platenberg on set with Lennox Lewis for the Shadow Boxing exhibit at Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame.