I edited the following single and multiple-screen video exhibits:
Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.The Price of Freedom: Americans at War Exhibit: how wars have shaped America’s history and society.
Revolutionary War Story Station - video interactive
Mexican War Story Station - video interactive
Civil War Story Station - video interactive
World War II Story Station - video interactive
Vietnam War Story Station - video interactive
Medal of Honor Story Station - video interactive
Civil War Photo Frieze - (3 screen) photo montage.
Smithsonian National Museum of American History/Behring Center, Washington, D.C.
West Point in the Making of America (1802-1918) hosted by General Norman Schwarzkopf. HIghlights significant contributions of West Point graduates in the shaping of America.
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, TX
Connecting Texas hosted by Ray Benson, leader of the Grammy award-winning band, Asleep at the Wheel. Museum visitors choose to take video tours of nine Texas cities.
Encounters on the Land tells the story of the first encounters between First Americans and explorers from Europe (3 screens).
Oil Changed Texas narrated by Walter Cronkite uses historical footage to examine the social, political, and economic impact of early oil discoveries in Texas.
Reel Texas Cowboys includes favorite clips from Hollywood Westerns portraying Texas cowboys (filmed at Willy Nelson's ranch).
Retreat of the Indian Frontier draws from present-day interviews with Comanche elders and focuses on the history and life of the Plains Indians of Texas.
Revolution! presents the story of the Texas revolution (HD theater, 7.1-surround sound).
NCAA Hall of Champions, Indianapolis, IN
Behind Every Championship, Beside Every Champion presents the philosophical views of three prominent coaches.
Choices: the Story of Champions features former student-athletes who have excelled in athletics and careers beyond the game.
What is a Champion? Three-screen theater presentation offering insight into the day-to-day lives of student-athletes and what it means to be a champion.
Look Up to Champions: a ceiling mounted video display that allows viewers to see various sports as if they were positioned beneath the action.
National Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, OK
American Rodeo: Heart of the West - the spirit of the American cowboy exemplified in rodeo is captured by legendary announcer Clem McSpadden and country western singer and Broadway star, Reba McEntire.
Silver Screen Cowboys: Inventing the American West illustrates Hollywood’s interpretation of the American west; narrated by Sam Elliot.
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Visitors Center, Chicago, IL
The Fed and You introduces the Federal Reserve System to visitors.
Set the Course is a four-screen interactive presenting viewers with several scenarios indicating the state of the economy.
The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar, Richmond, VA
Union, Home, Freedom was a fundraising video; narrated by actor Morgan Freeman.
What Caused the Civil War? (three 16:9 screens).
The Emancipation Proclamation: Words that Changed a War and a Nation (single 16:9 screen).
Legacy & Memory (three 16:9 screens).
Fort Pitt Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
Whose Land? explains the strategic importance of the Forks of the Ohio during the Great War for Empire in which British, French, Colonial, and Native American forces struggled to control North America.
The Revolutionary War in the West is a short video including historical re-creations of the struggles between the French, Native Americans, and the British.
Frontier Texas! Visitor Center, Abilene, TX
The Frontier Experience Theater is a dramatic 10-screen, 360-degree visual program of Texas frontier history (1780-1880). Filmed in Super 16mm and HD with full 7.1 surround sound, the theater experience includes six 9’x12’ screens and four 50” plasma screens.
Maymont House Museum, Richmond, VA
In Service and Beyond is a permanent exhibition exploring Maymont as a workplace for domestic service workers during the Gilded Age of Richmond, the South, and the United States.
The Nature Center at Maymont, Richmond, VA
Animals on the James - a video montage of wildlife found along the James River.
Eagle/Osprey Challenge - challenges visitors’ knowledge of eagles and ospreys using a multiple-choice game format and live action video.
Fish Restoration on the James is an interactive video that shows visitors what is being done to restore shad, striped bass, and sturgeon in the James River.
Historical Floods of Richmond documents several great James River floods using historical footage.
The Land Beneath Our Feet uses 2D and 3D animation to educate visitors about plate tectonics and the geological formation of the Falls of the James River.
The Many Faces of Maymont is an interactive video that gives viewers a glimpse of the many things to do and see at Maymont.
Recreational Activity on the James is a continuously looping video depicting recreational activities on the James River.
Pamplin Historical Park & the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, Petersburg, VA
In the Surgeon’s Care is a video depicting a historical recreation of a Civil War soldier undergoing amputation.
Pack Your Knapsack is an interactive computer game.
The Preacher’s Story is a video re-enactment of a Civil War era sermon and how the conflict produced a wide variety of religious reflection and thought.