2x Emmy Award-Winning Immersive Producer
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CURRENT + PAST PROJECTS
Feature Length Documentary
In May 2022 in honor of Mental Health Awareness month, extreme athlete Justin True will tackle the longest triathlon in U.S. history. This documentary will follow Justin's attempt as he covers over 3,000 miles and tries to break stigmas around speaking openly about mental health struggles.
Co-Creator / Executive Producer
Created in collaboration with Viola Davis, Julius Tennon, and the Estate of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., The March is an immersive exhibit that allows visitors to participate in the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and to witness Dr. King deliver his 'Dream' speech first hand. The exhibit opened at the DuSable Museum of African American history in 2020.
Creator / Executive Producer
TIME Magazine Cover
Produced in collaboration with Intel and their Drone Light Show team, this Special Report cover was created with 958 LED drones flying in formation.
Interactive Video Mural
Created in collaboration with the artist J.R. for TIME Magazine, Guns in America is a visual and audio exploration of one of the most complex political conversations of our time. Including video portraits and audio testimony from 245 subjects from across the country, the mural was published as an interactive website, a fold-out TIME cover, and as a traveling video mural.
Creator / Executive Producer
Emmy Award-Winning Virtual Reality Series & Immersive Exhibit
Filmed in collaboration with NASA and Felix & Paul Studios on the International Space Station, Space Explorers: The ISS Experience captures life aboard the International Space Station and features the first footage of a space walk ever captured in virtual reality. The multiplatform project is available on Oculus as a virtual reality series and traveling immersive exhibit.
Emmy Award-Winning Virtual Reality Docu-Series
Created for Sports Illustrated, Capturing Everest was the first ever bottom to top climb of Mount Everest filmed in 360 virtual reality. Released as a multi-part VR series, the experience followed Paralympian Jeff Glasbrenner as he became the first American amputee to summit and featured a special Augmented Reality magazine cover.
IN THE PRESS
PRESS FOR PROJECTS
First look: In virtual reality, Martin Luther King Jr. delivers soul-stirring ‘Dream’ speech at DuSable Museum — Steve Johnson, Chicago Tribune
Taking a Spacewalk in Houston — New Immersive VR Land at Sawyer Yards Lets You Live the Astronaut Life — Heather Staible, PaperCity
Time launches new, expansive VR program — Adi Robertson, The Verge
Q&A: Mia Tramz innovates from within a legacy — Robert Hernandez, Immersive Shooter
Mia Tramz is a two-time Emmy Award Winning Producer, specializing in immersive technologies, interactive exhibits, and innovative visual storytelling.
Formerly the Executive Director of Innovation at TIME Magazine, Mia spent nearly a decade creating and building immersive, interactive, multi-platform projects for both the brand and its parent company, Time Inc.
From sending virtual reality cameras to the top of Mount Everest and the International Space Station, to creating educational immersive exhibits with museums
including the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum and DuSable African American Museum, her work is born from an insatiable curiosity about the world and using technology to tell stories.
Mia has been featured as a keynote speaker and panelist on immersive technology and visual storytelling at film festivals and tech conferences, including the Cannes Lions Festival, Sundance, CES, and SXSW.
She is currently developing personal projects, consulting on visual, documentary and immersive/interactive storytelling projects, and working outdoors constructing trails.