Studio Industries produced this event, where we time-travelled through the past, into the future of protein during an 8 course meal. My role was to create the projections surrounding the attendees, giving the impression of the different periods. Future Market Dinner Series
Interactive installation at Cadence 23, a warehouse space in Queens. This is a reflecting pool of waves across a triangle screen, where visitors are welcome to interact with the water, creating patterns of light and movement. The installation is part of the group art/performance month titled “Cadence 23”. Facebook info Cadence 23 is a convergence…
I created and installed lighting for the You Are So Lucky halloween event at Alder Manor in Yonkers, with the help of many friends including Nina(T-bone), Jeannie Angel, and Sam Zimmerman. Photos in Gothamist by Todd Seelie
I art-directed and project managed this projection mapping installation overlooking theÂ High Line titled, “Crystalline Time”. This was an outdoor projection installation on the Taconic building at 837 Washington, designed as a compelling visual treatment to the construction scaffolding. The design goal was to raise interest and buzz about the building for a future client base.…
I worked with the Bring to Light crew for the projection mapping at this prestigious gala, celebrating 35 years of the New Museum. The clerestory was mapped with projections of recent Mew Museum featured artists work.
For this cost-effective ad agency, I designed and developed a site that is compelling and interactively engaging; including flash animation and video, CMS through WordPress, and easy site management. This allows Spot Savvy to effectively address their clients’ broadcast needs; including ad licensing for television and the web. View SpotSavvy site
I designed and built the front end code for the www.liveincr.com website, a Costa Rica Real Estate community.
Sample of different identities I’ve helped craft.
Working with 4 marketing concepts, I was the vision expert for this one day “science sense-fair” for Pepsi’s marketing department. TheÂ idea was for 5 experts in each of the 5 senses to come up with stimuli around specific concepts: one for sound, smell, touch, taste, and vision. What I developed was a 20 minute…
I created the backdrop for Little Annie’s show at the Slipper Room. This involved biking through downtown looking for the quietest, emptiest streets to capture film loops.