We got to document the opening of this brilliantly designed museum in the heart of the meatpacking district. When the old location of the Whitney Museum wasn’t working out, they moved it down to the end of the High Line and the result has been spectacular. Architects Renzo Piano, and Cooper, Robertson & Partners, wanted the building to fit into the neighborhood and does it ever! The architecture of the building connects with the High Line through a network of stairs and balconys that look out over the High Line. The building connects to the community and can be seen from 360 degrees around, as well as looks out over the Hudson River. The architects intended for the building to be an art space, but also one where people could take a break from looking at art on the walls, and look out...
Just wrapped up a new My High Line series episode for the folks over at Friends of the High Line. The latest piece features Neftaly Garcia, a dedicated educator to many of the public programs at the High Line. The webisodic series features a small handful of the many individuals who work to make The High Line one of the most unique parks in the world.
We have continued to grow the Live Event aspect of our business and would love to add some new clients for 2013, so reach out to us if you have any events coming up this year. Above is an image taken from Majora Carter's presentation at the Beyond The High Line summer series. Having produced quite a few of these, we have found a pretty solid method for turning live events into well-polished edits and will be uploading quite a few in the following months.
Wrapped up the first of a three part series titled My High Line for the folks over at Friends of the High Line. Had such a great time working with local artist, Gammy Miller. She is a longterm resident of the Meetpacking neighborhood and had some amazing stories to share about the evolution of the surrounding area. This particular episode focuses on her love for the natural world and her work as a volunteer with the High Line.