Shiba Inu has hired Brandie Konopasek as production manager for its upcoming SHIB: The Metaverse team. Brandie has nearly 15 years of experience in the entertainment industry, working in production, post-production, technology, and color science. The production manager has worked on over 100 projects for companies such as Netflix, Disney, and Marvel. In addition, Brandie has appeared in films such as Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Ant-Man (2015), and Doctor Strange (2016).
With nearly two decades of experience in the entertainment industry, she will now enter the Metaverse and gaming world. Brandie previously worked for video streaming giant Netflix before joining the Shiba Inu team to help create the Metaverse.
“We proudly welcome Brandie Konopasek to the team. Brandie has become well known in the entertainment industry with over 15 years of experience,” read Shiba Inu’s blog post.
The newly appointed production manager revealed that SHIB: The Metaverse project has a “breathtaking vision”. She stated that she enjoys the creative process that goes into the making of the Metaverse.
“It has been a thrilling experience getting to know the Shib army and coming on board to help guide such a huge undertaking with them. Emerging technology is at the heart of everything I do, and is such a creatively driven process. This decentralized community has really come to the table with a breathtaking vision and I can’t wait to see it released to the world,” she said in the blog.
Shiba Inu Metaverse
The Shiba Inu Metaverse is one of the SHIB community’s most eagerly anticipated developments. The team hired The Third Floor, a top Hollywood studio, to create the virtual world. In addition, the team has recruited top talent from the film, television, and video game industries.
Given the hiring size, SHIB: The Metaverse may be visually appealing and stand out from the crowd. However, we won’t know the size of the graphics until the Metaverse is released. The team has not announced a tentative launch date, and the Metaverse is unlikely to be available before 2022.