Ellen Goldstein, born and raised in San Francisco, earned a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, a photography major. In the '70s, Ellen was introduced to multimedia when she worked on The New York Experience, at the time one of the largest multi-image productions ever develped. She served as a photographer and producer for Bass/Francis Productions in San Francisco from 1980 to 1984, where she supervised the production of presentations for a wide variety of ad agencies and corporate clients. In 1983 she went to Korea to photograph and produce a multi-media show for the Republic of Korea for the World's Fair in Knoxville, TN.
In 1984, Ellen started Bullseye Productions. Over the next ten years, she produced award-winning slide shows, and a video for SRI International and the VALS lifestyles program. She also produced a live re-enactment of a scene from the movie "Back to the Future" for Syntex Corporation, and produced a national roll-out presentation for Ketchum Yellow Pages.
In 1994, after producing the Northern California ADDY Awards. Ellen produced the first Macintosh PowerPoint-driven awards show for the American Medical Advertising Association. More recently, Ellen has specialized in portraiture and refining her skills as a graphic designer. Her photography has been featured in several exhibitions.
Ellen is currently active in BraveHeart Women, a global community that encourages connection, expression and prosperity, inspiring women to Be more, Create more and Collaborate more. She is a member of the International Travel Writers and Photographers of America and the Professional Photographers of America.
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