MIT CTL Future Newcasts


As Cinematographer, Editor and additional Compositor I spent the last few months of 2010 working on this interesting project for MIT.

They are now finally viewable online.

These videos were produced to represent possible socio-economic scenarios for the year 2037. Here’s the official explanation:

This video is one of four fictional newscasts to be aired on 2 November 2037. They are all part of the Future Freight Flows project run at MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL) for the National Academies. Four separate future scenarios were developed over the course of a year through a series of focused expert panel sessions, practitioner acid testing, and industry wide surveys. The key driving forces and critical uncertainties were identified and formed the basis of the underlying scenarios. While originally designed to be used for freight transportation planning, they can be employed for a wide variety of different planning purposes. To find out more, visit FutureFreightFlows at MITCTL or send email to future[at]mit[dot]edu.

It was a pleasure and great experience working with Director Luis Blackaller, and production team including Andrea Di CoccoAudubon DoughertyAmy Strong, Brian Misiewicz, and many others.

Health Innovation @ MIT Media Lab


I just finished the larger portion of the project that’s been keeping me busy the last 2 months. GlaxoSmithKline sponsored a series of videos to be produced for the MIT Media Lab’s Health Innovation 2011 Activity. For the New Media Medicine portion of the project, we created 11 demo videos for different project prototypes in the field of Health and Wellness. This was complimented with this video to introduce viewers to the activity itself:

A big thanks goes to John Moore MD for spearheading this exciting activity.

You can learn more about it here :