Neville Spiteri is the co-founder and CEO of Wevr, an award-winning interactive software company developing the Wevr Virtual Studio platform, enabling interactive creators to develop virtual worlds. Wevr was named one of the top 10 “Most Innovative Companies” in AR/VR in 2017 by Fast Company, and Neville was honored in Variety’s list of the “Top 30 Digital Media Executives to Watch” in 2017. Neville is a creative executive who is credited on critically acclaimed franchises in film, video games, and immersive media and has been at the forefront of interactive media throughout his career. Neville is executive producer on “TheBlu”, a multi-award-winning virtual ocean experience, the “Harry Potter VR Experiences” with Warner Brothers, and Gnomes & Goblins created in collaboration with Jon Favreau. Prior to Wevr, Neville served as Producer and Senior Development Director at Electronic Arts where he led technology and production teams. Prior to that, Neville was the Director of Product Management at EMC|Greenplum (now Pivotal/VMware), as well as Technical Director and Digital Effects Supervisor at Digital Domain and Square Enix. He pioneered machine vision technologies at the startup Perception Systems. Neville started his career at Wavefront Technologies (now Autodesk) as a software engineer on the first release of the 3D animation product Maya. Neville graduated Summa Cum Laude from Brandeis University in Computer Science and Cognitive Science in 1992.