Louis Jebb is a writer, editor and producer of content in virtual reality.
Jebb set up and edits The Art Newspaper’s XR Panel, which reviews art-world ventures in augmented and virtual reality. In 2014 he founded immersiv.ly, a maker of news content in virtual reality. The company produced one of the first news documentaries in 360-degree video, Hong Kong Unrest; the first art opening in VR, Digital De Re Gallery; and Shakespeare 360, a performance from Twelfth Night that was the first 360-degree video produced using greenscreen technology. He has served as a jury member for industry awards including One World Media Awards, Raindance Film Festival and The Online News Association Journalism 360 Challenge. He has presented a master class for the Raindance Film Festival in London and is an ambassador for Journalism 360, an information source for news companies looking to work in augmented and virtual reality.