John Textor is an established film entrepreneur. He works for Pulse Evolution Corporation, an IP and digital production firm that is pushed forward by innovation. Textor serves as Pulse Evolution Corporation’s Executive Chairman. The company is located in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Textor graduated in 1987 from Wesleyan University, a Middletown, Connecticut liberal arts college. He received an economics Bachelor of Arts degree from the school. He started Wyndcrest Holdings a decade later. Wyndcrest Holdings is a private equity firm that specializes in acquisitions. He was appointed the company’s managing partner. Wyndcrest Holdings is also located in Port St. Lucie. The firm concentrates on internet, telecommunications and entertainment.
At Pulse Evolution Corporation, Textor spends a lot of time working closely with the company’s president and chief executive officer (CEO). The company president is Jim Berney and the CEO is Frank Patterson. Textor is in charge of strategic partnerships, special jobs, prominent media firm relationships, venue partnerships and rights acquisitions.
Textor is presently hard at work at creating entertainment properties that encompass many forms of technology. While he spends a significant portion of his work time overseeing applications of photo-realistic human beings, he has many other things on his plate, too. He’s working for Art Story as a producer, for example. Art Story is an animated movie by prominent Disney filmmaker Aaron Blaise. Textor additionally served as both executive producer and producer for Ender’s Game. Ender’s Game was a movie in the fantasy and science fiction genres.
Textor worked in the past as the CEO and chairman for Digital Domain Productions. He also was the Digital Domain Media Group CEO. Digital Domain Media Group was directly affiliated with Digital Domain Productions. Textor was responsible for Digital Domain Productions’ restructuring. The company’s restructuring process began in the spring of 2006 and ended in the late summer of 2012. These two companies handled visual effects for at least 80 major feature movies. Many of these movies were finished while Textor was the head, too.
Textor’s hard work has contributed to the digital versions of many well-known public figures. These digital versions include those of icons such as rapper Tupac Shakur, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. The Michael Jackson digital counterpart even made an appearance at the Billboard Music Awards in 2014.
When Textor isn’t hard at work on films and other endeavors, he likes spending time at home with his wife, Deborah. They are Florida residents.