Atomic Image believes in the concept of Kala. Kala is a Hawaiian word which means, "there are no limits, everything is possible." The atom is the principal building block of all matter in the universe, and therefore the atom demonstrates that we are all one, everything is made from the same stardust. And with that, anything is possible.


Atomic founder, John Cirabisi, is a talented content producer, with over 20 years of experience in broadcast media. Just after college, John built custom “supercomputers” to help feed his graphics design and editing work, and Atomic Image Media was born. Located on Bleecker Street in New York City’s West Village, he won motion graphics bids and edited programs for many companies like HBO, MTV, Discovery channel, McCann Erikson, and BBDO, to name a few.

John is a prolific creative talent, with many projects in development, including, "American PI," featuring an eclectic group of private investigators whose job is to seek out and seize counterfeit products, and a revolutionary new show, "Give Me Shelter," that uses the medium of television to help solve the major social problem of homelessness.

John, or “The Shredder,” as he has been known, has a great story about how he first got his foot in the door, by wrangling a gig as a production assistant on the Paramount Pictures film “Ghost.” And then rolled that experience into a PA gig on Robert DeNiro’s directorial debut, “A Bronx Tale.” If you meet him, be sure to ask him for the full story. It just may get you, or someone you know their next big break!






John Cirabisi is a talented television producer and editor, with over 20 years of experience in Reality TV. He founded Atomic.College, as a way to share his knowledge of the entertainment industry, and help others get their foot in the door, grow their career, and stay up to date with the latest trends in production gear and techniques.



LIPA Stacks on Hemp Harbor No More

LIPA Stacks on Hemp Harbor No More

March 28, 2019

The Long Island Power Authority’s decision to shut down the expensive and antiquated power plants in Glenwood Landing, on Nassau’s North Shore, and in Far Rockaway, Queens, on the South Shore, should have been made years ago. That it’s finally being done


Other development projects include the TV Sitcom, “Hard to Swallow,” and an animated feature, “Urban Fish Tales,” which is like “Finding Nemo” meets “Good Times.” And "Butterfly Kings," a doc series that examines the myriad of ways that the Monarch Butterfly is representative of much larger social/science issues.



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