Few Hollywood producers have rivaled Jon Landau's big screen success in recent years. His storied career spans from the early years as head of Feature Film Production at Twentieth Century Fox, creation of his production company Blue Horizon and the merger of his company with James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment in 2000. Along the way, he produced or co-produced films like "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" and "Dick Tracy" with Warren Beatty.
Together with James Cameron in 2002, he produced "Titanic", which became the highest-grossing film of all time and won 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. He re-teamed with Cameron to produce blockbuster "Avatar" and shared an Oscar nomination for Producing.
"When I decided to digitally archive thousands of family photos dating back to the early 20th century and continuing through the 1990's, I researched and tested several companies before finally choosing FotoBridge. With the task now completed, I can easily say I made the right decision...not just because of the quality of the results, but also because of the prompt, courteous service I always received." - Jon Landau, May 26, 2010
"We were honored Jon selected FotoBridge to digitize a very large collection of treasured family and creative photographic prints", said Julie Morris, President of FotoBridge. "I quickly learned what a great guy and thoroughly professional man he was during a series of conversations with Jon and his team at Lightstorm Entertainment. He has become a big supporter of FotoBridge, for which we are very grateful. We are extremely pleased to enjoy such a great professional relationship with Jon, who is one of the most accomplished creative talents of our time." added Ms. Morris.