I was invited to conceptualize and produce a projection-mapped video wall at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on the occasion of their annual Modern Ball, May 2016. This year's gala also celebrated the grand re-opening of the museum after a major 3-year expansion and renovation. This video shows the phases of the production process: from animatic to render to event documentation.
Museum of Modern Art
Camera Rosetum #3 This immense dual projection was presented in the atrium of the Museum of Modern Art on the occasion of the Armory Arts Week benefit gala, March 2010.
Floral Wall #3 I was invited back again in November to present multiple projections in the atrium on the occasion of the MoMA's Film Benefit gala honoring director Katherine Bigelow.
A scrim served as a projection screen at the stairwell base, later dropped to reveal the evening's musical guest Metric. The founder's wall served as an impromptu staging area for photo-ops, while a two-story projection loomed over the central atrium during the afterparty.
The Brooklyn Museum commissioned this video as part of their annual Brooklyn Artists Ball. 'Pink Narcissus' is a looping computer-generated animation which evolves visually through various floral compositions and pattern fields, inspired by the range of ornamental visual motifs found in medieval design, street art and contemporary painting, reflecting the diversity of work in the museum's collection.
Brooklyn Artists Ball
ELLE : Fashion Next
I was invited to conceptualize and produce runway visuals for Elle Magazine's 'Fashion Next', a mentorship program for young designers, held at Lincoln Center during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. A noir-ish montage of morphing cityscapes served as homage to the excitement of New York City, and the stage backdrop for this debut showcase of emerging fashion talent.