A new opportunity has been announced by the AIA and Architecture Minnesota Magazine
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Do you have a story or perspective on the skyway system of The Twin Cities. A thesis that expresses your view.
I want to collaborate with those who want to share their perspective.
The Deadline: Final Submissions by Feb 25th 2011.
If you are interested in participating this is a short 1 month commitment but I need to put together a team by this Feb 2nd in order for this to stand a realistic opportunity.
This isn't about prize money. It's a chance to be heard. It's a chance to share your talent and skill with a community that appreciates it and may have use for it. It's a chance to impact our society's dreamers, thinkers, policy makers and builders.
The timeline is short, the team must meet the challenge.
The Urban Theologian
One who is passionate about the history and effects of the skyways of Minneapolis, St. Paul, and hopefully familiar with skyways of other cities.
The one who can convey complex ideas and Clearly tell represent them in diagrams, drawings, and illustrations (analogue and digital).
The one who sees the big picture, and keeps everyone involved focused on their roles.
The Principal Photographer (Filled)
The one who can see and share the world as the story requires.
The one who knows the story and fits all the pieces together and is able to be merciless about what gets left on the cutting room floor.
A post production guru who can will put the polish the final product.
What do I bring to the team?
I have the equipment to capture the story and the vision to see with your perspective.
I am an architectural designer by training and an architectural photographer by passion. Due to the timeline I can help with developing the storyboard, and principal photography.
Email me with:
1) Your name
2) Contact info
3) What role you want to fill.