Greater Memphis Chamber named Prodigi Arts in top 10-to-watch companies for collaborations on new projects.
When you are a pioneer in your industry, representing cutting-edge techniques, it’s only fitting that you collaborate with your peers. Greater Memphis Chamber recognized the unmistakable expertise it takes to skillfully intertwine passion and profession, resulting in a successful partnership. Prodigi banded with RedRover Sales & Marketing Strategy to successfully craft and promote visuals for RegionalOne Health Foundation’s Fourth Annual “One Night” Fundraising Gala.
Prodigi Arts does more than “traditional” video production.
Prodigi Arts specializes in creating a visual banquet of special effects that gives the viewer a captivating experience. While integrating video into a presentation is part of the process, the end result far exceeds this one facet of production. Prodigi Arts uses 2D and 3D animation, motion graphics and interactive media to produce maximum results, and the company is poised as an inventive mainstay in the video production industry, creating inspired and visually stimulating pieces.
Prodigi Arts started as a homegrown, one-man show.
If you think it takes an army of many to stand as the face of a digital movement, you are mistaken. Chris O’Conner took his talents from the dorm room to the board room. As a student at Middle Tennessee State University majoring in digital animation and film, Chris dreamed of creating a platform on which to showcase his love for digital art and the many ways to perfect it.
Prodigi Arts founder Chris O’Connor was named Memphis Urban League’s Innovator of the Year.
Memphis Urban League of Young Professional, a nonprofit organization based in Memphis, honors young, talented individuals who push the boundaries on conventional thinking and entrepreneurialism. Chris O’Connor’s love for the city and dedication to philanthropy earned him this distinction in 2012 at the MULYP gala “Agents of Change.”