1. "CELEBRATE is A+D Museum’s annual fundraising gala that brings together design leaders and creative thinkers from around Southern California.

    CELEBRATE 2012 took place on the evening of March 10, 2012. The festivities consisted of a runway show and live auction of wearable creations by Karim Rashid, Richard Meier, Trina Turk, Wolfgang Puck, Chase, and 40 more global players from Architecture, Design, Fashion, Graphics and Visual Arts. The evening was emceed by showman, author, humorist and SoCal native Charles Phoenix and Frances Anderton, KCRW producer and host of DnA."

    Shot on Canon T3i with 50mm & 18-55mm

    CAMERA OPS:
    Alex East
    Thomas Reynolds

    EDITOR:
    Alex East

    Please visit:

    aplusd.org
    jackboyproductions.com

    MUSIC
    BAND: GRAND NATIONAL
    SONG: "Playing In The Distance"
    ALBUM: KICKING THE NATIONAL HABIT
    iTunes link: itunes.apple.com/gb/album/kicking-the-national-habit/id273358567
    Website link: sundaybest.net

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  2. Los Angeles is a place that is ALL about innovation. From its historical and cultural beginnings, LA is a city that has engendered a set of practices like an environmental petri dish for people to develop their ideas, attempt their dreams and define/redefine themselves through their creations. There is nothing that visually captures these grand experiments more effectively than in LA’s past and present architecture. The web series titled "Brave New World: Architectural Icons of LA" consists of six individual eight to ten-minute episodes, capturing the history and culture of innovation in LA that culminates in some of the most iconic architecture in America.

    University of Southern California (USC) Lecturer, licensed architect, and television host Mina Chow interviews the general public, and films various architectural sites throughout LA to show the audience the relationship of broader historical and cultural ideas as they relate to the design of the spaces. These short, but engaging episodes act as travelogue/dialogue into the past and present as we compare precedents of the most pioneering places and reveal the stories behind their innovations.

    Episode 0: Bradbury to CALTrans (completed 11-2011)

    Episode 1: "The Divine vs. the Deviant"
    Catholic Missions to Our Lady of the Angels
    Transformations of the Past
    Episode 2: "Duck or Decorated Shed?"
    Fine Arts Building to MODAA mixed-use
    Romanesque Decoration to Modern Abstraction
    Episode 3: "Eames to Ecoville"
    Industrial Kit of Parts & OMD/Jennifer Siegal
    Episode 4: "Masterminds and their Master plans"
    Getty Center and LACMA
    Episode 5: "The Greening of America"
    Schindler House to Solar Umbrella House
    Topics: Indoor/Outdoor living, passive solar sustainability
    Episode 6: "Visions of Excess"
    Watts Tower to The Great Wall of Los Angeles Interpretive Green Bridge
    Topics: LA river, wHY Architecture, Salvage art

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