Jon 9, CEO at Holonyne Corporation in Los Angeles, is a creative technologist who uses advanced production techniques on massive display systems to connect people with stories and ideas. Holonyne delivers integrated services to produce financially and creatively successful Large-Scale Digital Environments, including Content Development, Design and Production; Procurement and Project Management; System Design, Installation, Programming and Operations.  Applications include Immersive and VR Entertainments, Architectural Installations, Exhibitions, Advertising, Interactive Branded Environments, and Digital Art Installations.

Jon 9 / Holonyne currently serves under contract to global outdoor advertising firm JCDecaux as the Director of Production & Programming for the IEMS – the world’s largest immersive digital signage system at LAX International Terminal, managing all post-production and programming for luxury clients including American Express, Chanel, Cartier, Piaget, Coty, Burberry, Hilton, Ferragamo, Cadillac, and others.  


Past Holonyne clients include the Disney Interactive Media Group (8K Videowall); Cirque du Soleil / LOVE: The Beatles  (Head of Video Dept); Warner Bros/Harry Potter World, London (projection study);  Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi (production consultant); San Diego International Airport (90-screen info kiosk); LAX International Airport and L.A. Dept of Cultural Affairs (multi-screen / multi-artist video installation); China Central CCTV in Beijing (consulting); NEC Display Solutions, content design and production, 8K videowalls at Digital Signage Expo and Infocomm.

A recognized authority on content creation for large-scale display systems, with decades of experience merging art and technology, Jon 9 is a past presenter at trade shows and industry events including Infocomm, Digital Signage Expo, NAB, LDI, ACM/SIGGRAPH, and at two TedX talks at Caltech in Pasadena. 


Holonyne operates out of its production studio and videowall screening facilities in El Segundo, CA - in the heart of Silicon Beach.