Created and produced public programs that included debates and related entertainments, and produced films, all of which expanded the institution's communications and public presence in the community.
Late at the Museum
A diverse series of debates and performing arts presentations.
A diverse educational lecture and performing arts series complementing the museum's exhibitions and collection.
ANZAC Day Celebration
Public projection of Peter Jackson's newly restored Gallipoli Film on the facade of the museum building.
A fundraising event for the Museum organized as a game and featuring unknown museum collections.
Necropsy of a Baby White Shark
Live broadcast from museum laboratories, picked up by all major international news networks and watched by over one-million viewers.
Diversity of Life
A series of films presenting contemporary perspectives on evolutionary innovation, migration, and the oceans, particularly in Southern California and Los Angles, and juxtaposing science, history, and the worlds of business and technology.
Making of an Exhibition: LA: light/motion/dreams
Documentary outlining complexity of making of an immersive exhibition.
Southern California's Environmental Challenges
Documentary, part of the Collapse? Exhibition produced in conjunction with the Center for Local Governments, Los Angeles.
Presents ways of looking at dioramas today and documents the creation of several new displays.
Witnesses to the Past: Museum of Carthage Conservation Project
Documentary outlining the project and its importance for world heritage.