For the last two weeks in December I’m be re-posting some of my favorite blog posts from this year. Today’s post – which shares my favorite video project that we worked on this year – concludes this stretch, and the month, and the year. Happy end of 2013 – see you in January! – LM
Today I am incredibly excited to share a project that has been months in the making – a time lapse video of a Silva Cell installation at the Haas School of Business at UC-Berkeley that took place this winter.
We filmed over the course of two weeks to capture the excavation and installation of Silva Cells in five different parts of the Haas courtyard as it was being renovated. The result is a two minute accelerated view of what a Silva Cell installation looks like from beginning to end.
There are many, many people who helped make this project happen. In particular, I want to thank Alyn Divine for filming and editing and tolerating many rounds of edits and site visits, Harry Mack for original audio composition, Walter Hallanan for site coordination and scheduling, Matt Finley and Ben Pearce for allowing us to have site access, and Mike Pivonka for making filming locations available and easy to use.