Public art projects include :

 

A 100 YEAR TIMELINE OF THE CITY OF BRIDGEPORT 

- a permanent installation in the Bridgeport Public Library in Bridgeport, Connecticut. This timeline was originally exhibited on the walls of McLevy Hall, the old Bridgeport City Hall, built in 1854 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.

 

http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Art-in-McLevy-Hall-s-immediate-future-4951609.php

 

A VIDEO PROJECTED ON THE SIDEWALK AT L.A.M.P.

- an event of art, music and culture based on the use of light to make art. The theme of this festival was “The Phantom Shippe,” a local legend based on the “Ghost Ship” of 1647, chosen to celebrate New Haven’s 375th anniversary. 

This video was shot at Lighthouse Point in New Haven near the sighting of the "ghost ship".

 

http://connecticuthistory.org/the-ghost-ship-of-new-haven-sets-sail-shrouded-in-mystery/

http://www.damnedct.com/the-ghost-ship-of-new-haven

http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2013/10/07/lamp-festival-brings-together-artists-and-performers/

 

AND A FLOATING CONSTRUCTION

in the pond at Bushnell Park in Hartford, CT, made of soft plastic and recycled bike innertubes. Envisionfest is a celebration of Hartford’s history, arts, and culture, and is part of The iQuilt Plan.

 

http://envisionfesthartford.com/envision2014/