The premiere gathering of immersive creators worldwide.
February 22-23, 2019 • San Francisco



The Immersive Design Summit returns in 2019!


In 2018, the Immersive Design Summit brought together some of the leading creators in the immersive arts to share thoughts and ideas, creating new friendships and inspiring new projects.

Our home for the next Immersive Design Summit will be the lovely Swedish American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA. We’ll be taking over the entire venue on February 22-23, 2019. We can’t wait to meet you there!


Applications to attend the Immersive Design Summit go live on October 18 and stay open until November 15. People from underrepresented backgrounds will be especially encouraged to apply. We’ll also announce pricing on October 18.

We’ve begun posting videos from the first Immersive Design Summit onto YouTube. And be sure to follow @designimmersive on Twitter and Instagram for the latest announcements!

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The Speakers

Fri Forjindam

Senior Creative Director, Chief Development Officer, and Cofounder, Mycotoo

As a Cameroonian-born, New Orleans-schooled, MFA graduate of Columbia University, Fri has worked in film, theatre, publishing, live events and experience design. She now leads business development for the entertainment firm Mycotoo, whose immersive events include the wildly successful Blade Runner 2049 Experience at the 2017 Comic-Con in San Diego and HBO's SXSWestworld. Fri also leads creative direction for Bollywood Parks Dubai and other theme parks around the world.



Sean Stewart

Creative Director and Design Director, Magic Leap

Sean Stewart is one of the world’s most influential digital storytellers and the co-creator of the genre of Alternate Reality Games. Sean served as the lead writer on the seminal ARGs I Love Bees, and Nine Inch Nail's Year Zero. Sean has written twelve novels, along with the world’s first transmedia novel, the international best-seller Cathy’s Book. He won a Primetime Emmy Award for the transmedia comedy Dirty Work, and designed and wrote the interactive story game Sherlock Holmes: The Art of Detection. Sean previously served as the Creative Director of Xbox Studios, and founded four companies devoted to new kinds of storytelling, before his current role at Magic Leap.



Jenni Magee-Cook

Head of Production, Dreamscape Immersive

Jenni Magee-Cook is an Emmy-winning producer in animated and live-action film. As Head of Production at Dreamscape Immersive, Jenni produced their debut free-roaming VR experience Alien Zoo. She is continuing to work several upcoming productions in Dreamscape's 2018 slate.