Tuesday, December 28, 2010

A Scent of Time

Just got back from Beijing where I was designing video for Yin Mei's latest dance piece 'A Scent of Time'.
Working in China was quite an experience - some challenges along the way, but the results were well worth it and the show was a great success!

Here are some stills from the show, which will be coming to New York in May 2011.
Click the pics for larger versions.

Friday, October 8, 2010

The Human Scale official opening

photo by Joan Marcus

The Human Scale had a very successful official opening last night (caviar and champagne!) at 3LD and runs through October 31st.
Here's a link to NY1's video review, which shows some of my work on the 'audio-visual aids' (lol!)
14 screens - count 'em!

And here is the TheaterMania review:


Tuesday, September 28, 2010

The Human Scale

The show I'm designing with The Public and 3LD, directed by Oskar Eustis, is close to opening at the New Yorker Festival...crunch time!
More info in the link.


Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Radiohole in glorious HD!

The fine folks at On The Boards, Seattle have finished their masterpiece of cinematic loveliness...they documented Whatever, Heaven Allows at PS122 and it is available to watch at ONTHEBOARDS.TV

Rent it!
Own it!
Watch crazy behind-the-scenes antics!

Or just watch the trailer for free...


Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Last show at The Ohio

I just finished work on my first show at The Ohio Theater...which was also their last show ever...
It was great fun, albeit bittersweet. I got to turn the 6 columns into giant gas flames and then lava-lamps for the party!
They are going to be continuing at my home base, 3LD, under the banner 'Ohio Interrupted' so all is not lost!
Here are a couple of photos (thanks Piama!) of the closing party and the empty space. I could promise to post some video but we all know that's not going to happen, right?

Oh and here's a review of the show & after party. They were actually feathers but whatever...!

In the final moments of the piece, six projectors projected images of ash or torn paper falling down the six columns that so define the stage at the Ohio. It was a brief but beautiful and sad image that spoke to the mood in the room."


Monday, July 12, 2010

3LD - American Woman - The Met

I recently finished work on the American Woman exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was a wild ride - technically one of the most challenging things I've ever done, and also the longest I've ever gone without sleep (5 days!!)

The exhibition involved floor to ceiling (15ft high) 360 degree projection in an oval room.
Among other things, I worked on the 3D virtual projector positioning and the 3D pre-distortion of the animation (to make it look flat on the curved walls).

Lighting and Sound America just did an article on our work

Click here to view the PDF

Clicking on the photos will take you to 2 slideshows showing behind-the-scenes and screenshots.

Radiohole - Whatever Heaven Allows Photos

Better late than never...here are some photos from Whatever, Heaven Allows, mostly from Minneapolis (The Walker Arts Center) but a couple from New York (PS122)

Load-in at The Walker

Load-in at The Walker

Load-in at PS122

Load-in at The Walker

A shocking moment!

Am I beautiful?

Am I sweaty?

I loved those epaulets!


Maggie's entrance

Dance with the old lady

...And here's the video teaser for the show...I had a lot of fun making it!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

RADIOHOLE - WHA!? Whatever, Heaven Allows

...Just opened the show in Minneapolis - had a blast! Will post some photos asap.

Upcoming dates:
Pittsburgh @ The New Hazlett Theater: February 12th & 13th
New York @ PS122: February 21st - March 13th