MoMA "Manchester: Rebuilding the City Centre" (Sound Design)
Video Manchester: Rebuilding the City Centre needed to capture the energy and vitality of the city center eight years after it was decimated by a terrorist bombing. The video illustrates the implementation of master urban planning concepts and depicts how they have been instrumental in revitalizing the city.
“The show's underlying optimism is rooted in the power of landscape design to act as a healing agent... [The exhibit] signals the refreshing debate that is emerging over how best to deal with the legacy of Modernism..." - Ouroussoff
Winner of the American Society of Landscape Architects "Best In Show" 2006 Award.
"Potent communication showing the transformative process of landscape architecture. Captured the imaginations of thousands of visitors to the Groundswell exhibition." - 2006 Professional Awards Jury Comments
I was responsible for designing the sound scape complimenting the visuals.
Video screen shot: Terrorist bombing provided the impetus for the redevelopment of Manchester. Story told through historical photos newspaper headlines, and ambient sounds.
Video installation of the Manchester City Centre Master Plan, displayed in MoMA's Groundswell exhibit.
Video screen shot: Terrorist bombing provided the impetus for the redevelopment of Manchester. Story told through historical photos newspaper headlines, and ambient sounds. Photo of Corporation St.
Video screen shot: Intro provides a brief historical perspective of Manchester told through graphics, photos and ambient street sounds.