Meet the Scientists at the American Museum of Natural History

After more than a year of scheduling shoots, interviewing, and meticulous editing, I was able to produce 35 profiles, each featuring a different curator or assistant curator at AMNH. These videos were held back from public viewing until after the museum was able to launch its newest website design—a version of that new site launched late last month.

Winning a Webby Award

This year marked an interesting turn of events for my career, beginning with a transition from working as the senior new media specialist at the American Museum of Natural History to a new role at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Two major non-profit institutions in New York City, each with a unique cultural impact.

TEDxBroadway: Just a Dream Away

While there often tends to be a sense of skepticism when speaking of Broadway’s future, TEDxBroadway was more about thinking positive, and brainstorming for the sake of live theater. Bazadona rattled off a list of needs for the viability of Broadway: incredible original productions, full theaters with diverse audiences, a wider platform to share our greater purpose, and less risk from external factors. “Broadway needs to become an idea factory,” he proclaimed, equating this industry to another—Silicon Valley.

Lincoln Center on Broadcastr

Shortly after starting at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, I pitched an idea to create an mobile audio experience for the campus. My idea was to give visitors a chance to hear from artists as they stood in front of a particular venue, like Alan Gilbert discussing his role as the leader of the New York Philharmonic.

Museum Scientists & Imaging Technologies

Whether Museum scientists are studying parasites, people, or planets in other solar systems, cutting-edge imaging technologies such as infrared photography, scanning electron microscopes, and CT scanners now make it possible to examine details that were previously unobservable.