SFU

Discover the Universe at SFU

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Promotional piece I produced for SFU’s Faculty of Science. Music by Dan Moxon of Bend Sinister, motion graphics by Matt Schilling, The Little Motion Company.

SFU Faculty of Science builds a state-of-the-art public Observatory on the Burnaby campus.

The Sky’s the Limit: SFU announces Trottier Observatory and Studio

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A feature I produced and directed for the SFU Faculty of Science for SFU’s Creative Services. Some phenomenal motion graphics and drone helicopter footage went into the making of this short.

SFU has unveiled its plan for a $4.4 million facility on its Burnaby campus dedicated to engaging children and youth in science.

Volunteers map Vancouver’s public surveillance cameras

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Thanks to nolifebeforecoffee for the fine photograph. If you want to see more of her work, click through to her flickr site.

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by Richard J. Dalton Jr, Vancouver Sun
AUGUST 23, 2009

VANCOUVER — Volunteers turned their lenses on surveillance cameras in Vancouver on Sunday.

The Vancouver Public Space Network, Simon Fraser University’s Surveillance Project and about two dozen volunteers took photographs of video surveillance cameras and noted their locations in the central business district and the Downtown Eastside.

The organizers will create maps showing where the cameras are located and will use the information to increase public awareness about the cameras and to conduct research.

They also hope to spark public debate about the use of surveillance cameras in public areas.

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