Welcome to our personal portfolio site. There are projects here that we worked on together, separately, as well as those embarked on for the pure joy of doing them.
Hal Leonard Publishers
Oxford University Press
Me & Ro Jewelry
Brixmor Property Group
Tommy Boy Records
HBO Home Video
Warner Brothers Records
The Atlantic Group
Big Cat Records
New Line Cinema
Our Featured Works and Case Studies
My sound piece Daughter of the Wind will be included in a concert as part of the Deep Wireless Festival organized by NAISA (New Adventures in Sound Art.) Daughter of the Wind incorporates recordings made during the height of Hurricane Sandy in New York City.
My piece Subharmonics which is composed entirely of sounds recorded in the NYC subway system has been included in a compilation CD released in conjunction with the NAISA Deep Wireless festival of Radio & Transmission Art. Check out NAISA’s web site for information on all their various activities.
DEEP WIRELESS CD
NAISA web site
I am honored to be a part of the new net label started by supreme bass minimalist Devin Sarno. The label is called Absence of Wax. Visit, listen, and leave a comment if you feel so inclined.
ABSENCE OF WAX
Some stuff we are doing and some stuff we like.
Lin Culbertson’s video Secret of the Hive which is a response to the plight of bee colonies around the world is included in the concert series Circuit Bridges at MC Gallery in NYC on May 22nd. Here is a link to additional information: CIRCUIT BRIDGES You can also see it
This is a mesmerizing study of New York City street life in very slow motion. Tom and Thurston performed an awesome live soundtrack at the Metropolitan Museum last week. Check out the film on view on the second floor until the end of May. The Street at the MET
I love this photo of the Quay Brothers. I saw the Street of Crocodiles yesterday and it is a masterpiece of animation. The photography in that film is so beautiful. Although the sound bleeding in from the other films playing nearby kind of ruined it. Come on MOMA. Street of
I never thought infographics would be my thing, but this beautifully printed and extensive collection runs the gamut from subway maps to a visualization of the all the people who have ever lived. Mind-boggling stuff. Taschen Information Graphics