At the end of July this year Brian and I had the very good fortune to make the acquaintance of Blair Mombourquette and his family. He warmly invited us to share his food, his home and his life with us for a couple of days. During that time he took us to a gigantic Lobster Pound where we got to see the hauling process beginning to end, including seeing a warehouse with over 500,000 lobster in it.
Enjoy. We did.
For the last month I’ve been working on a pretty stellar job, with L.A. based production company Untitled and badass agency Mono, that’s finally come to fruition.
The Lucy Light Forest is an interactive light and sound experience created to celebrate movement and the women who love it. The forest is a bit larger than a football field and consists of more than 10,000 solar-powered LED lights. Amber hues of light and complementary tones of sound are activated by movement through the forest along the DCR’s Charles River Esplanade.
Click on the link to check out the video and definitely head down to the Charles to take a look.