Shine A Light

Installation, Experiential

I learned...

Remember some basic science. Temperature changes will affect inflatables air pressure. Nobody wants droopy clouds.


Through light, reflection, and form create a platform upon which the role & importance of perceived imperfections are examined.

Acting as an abstract representation of blue sky, "Peek of Blue" allows for reflection on a year of hardships. Many times moments of darkness show you something you previously couldn't see. Maybe the light isn't gone, It's just been moved. Maybe you come to find it never left. Enjoy the light. Stay a moment, or a while.

I led the concept, material sourcing, & install. This project wouldn't have been possible without many helping hands. Key supporters can be found listed below!

Sneak a peek into a brighter world. some blue sky is waiting to say hello.

The City of Seattle
Cameron Coupe
Erik Molano
Material Research
Cameron Coupe
Ben Chaykin
Doug Struthers
Cameron Coupe
Luke McJunkin
Oscar Marczynski

Pitch Sample

Pages from original pitch shown as reference.
Pages from original pitch shown as reference. Location changes introduced new constraints which informed changes to the final execution seen above.