This film was commissioned as part of an exhibition on the work of renowned architect Moshe Safdie that was due to travel the world through 2009 and 2010. My idea was to capture a day in the life of The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa - to see how both people and light moved through and interacted with the structure. From a technical point of view I shot this with the help of Chuck and Sara Fishbein and a mixture of Canon and Nikon stills cameras with intervalometers, two Sony Z1s, an EX1 and a wonderful little motion rig designed for using with a telescope.

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