About Jason Sapan:
For over forty years, beginning with an internship in 1968, Jason Sapan has held a prominent place in the field of holography. He has custom made holograms for corporations, celebrities, museums, institutions, and individuals.
Since 1975 he has taught classes in holography. Mr. Sapan is one of the
pioneers of motion image integral holography. He was the consultant who helped design the hologram of the future in the
Tom Cruise movie Vanilla Sky.
Jason Sapan is the only holographer to have personally shot and produced
in his own laser lab a hologram of a living President of the US.
His laser lighting has been
used in legendary night clubs like the original Studio 54, as the opening logo for the CBS Sports Spectacular on television, in print advertising for Macys and Revlon, in live laser light shows including
one live Broadway play, on network television series (The Equalizer), as art for book, magazine, comic book, and yearbook covers, and in major music videos including a starring role in one by the group Flock of Seaguls called It's Not Me Talking based on the movie The Day The Earth Stood Still.
(In this video, Jason Sapan became the first person to ever receive an on air credit in a music video on MTV.)
Previously, Mr. Sapan worked as an assistant recording engineer at the famed Record Plant Studios, NY where he worked with John Lennon, Alice Cooper, Ray Charles, Dizzy Gilespie, Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Philharmonic, and many others.
Additionaly, he has also worked
as an associate with three major accoutical engineering firms (Kenward S. Oliphant Associates, ACI, and Frank Hubach Associates) assessing vibrations for the semiconductor industry in their computer chip manufacturing plants.
For several years before that, he ran Sapan Engineering, building electronic and photonic science exhibits and security systems.