City Portrait Digital Installation at LAX


City Portrait Digital Installations


The largest public works project in the history of Los Angeles, the Bradley International Terminal features seven large scale video installations totaling over 9,500 square feet of video display space. Live action, generative art and CG was used to create multiple deliverables across the seven installations. See the full LAX project here

Destination city portraits for Barcelona, Seoul and Bangkok were created by capturing only real people living in everyday settings, avoiding expected tourism footage or staged scenarios.The "ambient documentary" viewing experience is tailored to a large public space, where viewers can enter the stories at any point.

The multiple display panels were used to create an ambient, non-linear narrative experience.  Compositions of time, motion, color, and story created possibilities far beyond those of single-screen, linear film.  


Plains of Yonder LAX Digital Installation 6

When we travel the world, the fleeting glimpses visions that nobody else seemed to notice become the most powerful and memorable.

Plains of Yonder LAX Digital Installation
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SEGD Best In Show 2014 / Society Of Environmental Graphic Design

The One Show Silver Pencil 2014/ The One Club

Communication Arts Best of Environmental Design, Design Annual 2014

D&AD, “In Book” for LAX Bradley Terminal Installation (2014)

Client: Los Angeles World Airports

Head of Creative: Mark Bashore Executive Creative Director: Anthony Vitagliano Creative Directors:  Mark Bashore, Mason Nicoll, Chad Ashley, Josh Hayward, David Mikula Directors of Photography: Trevor Fife, Morgan Henry Exective Producer: Cynthia Biamon Head of Production: Erica Coates, Colin Davis Creative Technologist: Robert Diel Show Control: Smart Monkeys, Inc.