Using stop-motion filming, over 30,000 photographs animate the journey of the new Willis Avenue Bridge down the Hudson River to NYC.
Most people look at construction sites and machinery and see nothing more than concrete and steel. Stephen Mallon looks at them and sees both a surreal beauty and the wonder of their engineering. In September 2010, his solo exhibitiion Next Stop Atlantic opened with great responses from National Public Radio, A Curator," DVICE," The L magazine,Flavor Wire,The Atlantic,Fast Company," Feature Shoot," GQ and My Modern Metropolis.Next Stop Atlantic is going to be presented in June at the Look 3 photo festival in Charlottesville and will also be on display at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey later this summer.
Most recently, Mallon spent over six months producing a short film about the transport and installation of the new Willis Avenue bridge. Produced from over 30,000 still images, the time lapse film A Bridge Delivered was reviewed by the Wall Street Journal,New York Magazine,GQ,PDN and WIRED.
Executive Producer(s): Stephen Mallon
Producer(s): Stephen Mallon
Director(s): Stephen Mallon
Cinematographer(s): Carolyn Jogensen, Geoff Scott, Maelynn Kruckow, Meron Menghistab, Nicole Cordier, Rob Weber, Santiago Portillo, Trevor Reid
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