Paul Holtz is the President/CEO of Christie Video Communications, the Midwest's leading corporate and industrial video production company, and the parent company of Class on Demand. Paul has been a visionary in the creative and media industry for 20 years. Paul is widely recognized as an expert in real-time compositing and 2D/3D effects creation. His wildly successful Creation Station Plug-ins, HoltzFX I and II made him a highly respected artist on Pinnacle and SGI Hardware. Holtz was also Editor in Chief of "The Lamp Magazine" from 1997-2001, which was the first publication that focused on real-time compositing for concert tours, IMAG (Image Magnification) and television TD's. Credits include Art Director, IMAG, for Tina Turner's "24/7 Tour" and Bette Midler's "Miss Divine Tour", Technical Consultant at ESPN, ABC, NBC, CBS, CBC, CNN, The Weather Channel, and a host of others. Paul remains a consultant to Pinnacle Systems, SGI, and Microsoft.