Hundreds of event pictures, videos and sounds catalogued, into 3D sprites and objects. The visitor explores an entire scene, with interview subjects represented by interactive avatars.
New York Photo Festival website. For PowerHouse Books/NYPH.
The New York Photo Festival is the first international photography festival in the United States. Martin Lenclos and his team interviewed the attendees to hear what they thought and said about each show and the future of contemporary photography itself. The website presents the interviews in a virtual environment comprised of actual photos taken of the festival area in Brooklyn, NY. Imagine a fictional street in D.U.M.B.O. joining the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, a mix of environment with the pavilions curated by Martin Parr and Kathy Ryan, and a few of the satellites pavilions Galapagos art space, the tobacco warehouse… With curators like Tim Barber and internationally celebrated photographers walking the street and photo/video-reportage of amateurs parties, visitors will be able to stand within New York and alongside some of the biggest names in contemporary photography.
Festival De Fotografia website. Paraty, Brazil. For Leica Brazil.
The challenge was having only five days to cover this event in the most innovative way possible. The team interviewed the influential photographers, curators, and journalists in attendance and captured each person, their surroundings, and the entire event itself. The 3D coverage featured a 3D visual model of the town of Paraty—graced by over 40 video interviews and eight photo galleries.
Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party website. For Michael Arenella.
3D coverage of New York City's original prohibition-era inspired gathering. One of the greatest annual events in NYC bringing New Yorkers decked out in 1920s gear–A kind of Gatsby-level extravagance on a lawn in Governors Island.
P.S.1 Warm Up Music Series website. For MoMA.
3D coverage created for the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). "Martin Lenclos and his team created a unique coverage experience that is artistically innovative."
Bastille Day website. For Pernod Ricard USA.
Coverage, video, photos and interviews. Martin Lenclos built an interpretative representation of Smith Street, a street the city closes during the Bastille Day events in the Carroll Gardens area of Brooklyn, NY. Sand covers the grounds and people play petanque.
Connections, the trade show website. For Le Book.
3D coverage, video and photos for global network Le Book's trade show taking place each year in the iconic Puck Building on Lafayette Ave, in New York, NY.
The Trader's Ball by Fred Forest website. For ferdinand(corte)™ production.
Coverage, video interviews, photos and website for The Lab Gallery, NY, and Centre Pompidou, Paris. "Everything keeps on going on with complete impunity... To celebrate the worldwide crisis come to dance with us under Wall Street’s windows." Featuring Jamalski and Devon Clarke. Curated by Robert C. Morgan.
New York Photo Festival 2010 website. For PowerHouse Books.
Like a movie set, the website transports the visitor into the festival experience offering him/her to meet with the curators, the photographers and the attendees. Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY.