Al Caudullo’s multiple award-winning career has spanned 38 years of video production, including excellence in
HD, 3D, 4K UHD, and now Immersive VR Video.
As the Global Production Director for 360 VR Voice TV, a global leader in 360 Immersive News,
Caudullo’s skill set is uniquely qualified to fill this role.
His career highlights include the 72nd Annual Academy Awards, the World Film Premiere of “Star Trek Insurrection,
the Official Washington DC Millennium Celebration.
His Immersive VR work includes UNICEF, Amnesty International, Bill Gates- GatesNotes.com,
and DiscoveryVR. These are just a few clients who have utilized Al's unique vision for the
conception of new and compelling storytelling.
Al Caudullo has been a featured speaker at conferences and seminars worldwide. In 2019, he spoke and
taught at 20+ workshops or seminars teaching VR Video Content Creation.
In addition, Caudullo has brought his vast knowledge of 3D as a consultant to major industry players
seeking to update and enhance their 3D and VR hardware and software tools.
Caudullo is a renowned VR Journalist with wide-ranging stories from The Eagle Hunters of Western Mongolia
to Forced Out-Bangkok’s Khlong Toei Sum, to The Black Pearl Cobra Attack 360, and a self-financed
documentary on Ancient Angkor which was licensed by The Discovery Channel and DirecTV.
He has been cited in a wide variety of international publications including, MSNBC, ICG
(International Cinematographer Guild) magazine, and Bernard Mendiburi’s book, “3D TV and 3D Cinema,
Tools and Processes for Creative Stereoscopy.”
Al continues writing for International Magazines and websites like Student Filmmakers and H
D Pro Guide, 360 VR Voice, and 360 Today.
Al Caudullo has been a featured speaker at conferences and seminars worldwide, including in
China, Singapore, and Hollywood.
In 2015, the one-hour self-financed documentary on Ancient Angkor was licensed
by The Discovery Channel and DirectTV.