MilkBoy ArtHouse

The Clarice opened MilkBoy Art House, a restaurant/Venue in College Park.  Kelly and I worked with the creative team to design ongoing video for the upstairs bar space. We created a "selfie-booth" of sorts for people to take pictures with and share.

Broken Glass

I had the opportunity to work with Udi Bar-David on a shoot for Broken Glass by Arthur Miller, premiering at Theatre J in June! He performed his own songs, to be used within the action onstage. Directed by Aaron Posner.

Two-Camera Underwater Shoot

For Waking Darkness. Waiting Light. with Matt Reeves and Colette Krogol, we wanted to create footage of the performers jumping into water. We rented out Eppley Recreation Center's pool and set up a Go Pro and an iPhone 6 on tripods underwater, shooting at 60 frames per second. I was very out of breath!

Geoff Scheil of the Clarice was able to put together this making-of trailer for the production.

Projecting on a Sphere

Investigating relationship to object: Projecting on a sphere. We paid close attention to ways to create video emanating from the surface versus painted on. Created with Rob Siler.

Ensemble Caprice at the Met Museum

Ensemble Caprice performed a selection dating to the reign of Rudolph II with period instruments at the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium this week. We projected the artwork of Bartholomeus Spranger to highlight the connection between music and visual art of the time. The performance was in conjunction with the exhibition Bartholomeus Spranger: Splendor and Eroticism in Imperial Prague. Here are a few stills from pre-show.

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