Media for Public Spaces and Exhibits

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Creating pieces for public spaces and exhibits calls for a different mindset than producing for television. Working with the client group and design team is extremely important, as is taking into consideration the surrounding environment, intended audience, best delivery system, ideal length, and related exhibits. Past projects include:

  • The New England Aquarium: Creating a Better Future
    An 11-minute, 3-screen show encapsulates the past, present, and future of the Aquarium. The presentation blends original video, historic maps, archival and current photos, and a diverse soundtrack to convey the Aquarium's critical role as springboard for both waterfront revitalization and aquarium design and interpretation.

  • Worlds to Explore, Waters to Protect
    This three-screen show for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the New England Aquarium, in Boston, MA showcases the nation's 13 National Marine Sanctuaries. The program is designed to work in two ways: as a multi-image piece in the Aquarium's Immersion Theater and for use by NOAA as a single screen video that can travel to different venues.

  • From the Mountains to the Sea
    This presentation follows the journey of a drop of water from the mountains to the sea. Footage was shot using a custom, three-camera digital video array that we devised to create full-motion, 120? panoramas. It plays on a circular, three-screen, walk-in theater in the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston, SC.

  • From the Forest to the Sea
    A signature video presentation for the Sewee Visitor Center (part of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge) draws on natural history, regional history, and conservation of natural resources to create a story of the surrounding environment.

  • Ring of Fire
    A large-scale multimedia exhibit for the Osaka Aquarium in Japan takes visitors on a journey to eight locations around the Pacific Rim's "Ring of Fire." Dramatic underwater and terrestrial footage is projected on eight 20-foot screens and coordinated with a multi-speaker sound system to immerse visitors in the sights and sounds of this exotic environment.

  • The Billings Farm and Museum
    Three audio pieces for this national historic site in Woodstock, VT offer a collage of sounds, significant moments, and expressive readings.