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I was brought on by (the now defunct) A-DA to develop installations, experience design and oversee the overall creative direction for a new type of event focused on music and climate change

We engaged with 11 musicians and 3 NGOs to express their takes on the climate change issues that were most pressing to them.
Collaborating with the artists, I conceptualized the installations and worked with our production team to oversee the execution. I was also responsible for conceptualizing the theoretical framework and placement of the show with regard to climate change as a nexus of issues affecting individuals, corporations and governments alike.  
Some of my tasks also involved developing visual assets for marketing and communications, as well as overseeing the creation of five web based “installations”, i.e interactive micro-sites that gave access to the project to audiences who couldn’t visit the New York venue.


LCD screens behind two way mirror film, reactive LED lights


Plants and old technology

Bon Iver (designed by Eric Timothy Carlson and Aaron Anderson)

3 channel projection


Curved screen projection in custom room with LED lights inset in wall

Jayda G

WebGL game, custom arcade

Jorja Smith

Heaters, plastic waste, LCD Screen


Energy harvesting bicycles, holographic LED screens, adressable LED lights


Fake coral, hyper directional speakers, interactive projection

Mount Kimbie

WebGL animation, custom beehives with LCD screens and headphones

Nosaj Thing

WebGL animation, canvas, pipes, LED Scrollers

The 1975

Projection, video mapped LED tubes


Kiss the Ground NGO

Dirt, seeds, grow lights, LCD monitors

Global Forest Generation

Locally sourced birch trunks, LCD Screens, Mycelium projection

Ocean Conservancy

Acrylic cases, plastic fish, LCD Screens

Venue & Promotional materials