Check it out! I directed the official documentary about the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s move from Kennedy Space Center to the California Science Center in downtown Los Angeles.
The entire film project was the result of an enormous effort of many people who donated their time, money, expertise and skills to make sure the California Science Center had a record of the historic move. I was fortunate enough to direct the film production of the entire move. It truly was a labor of love on the part of many people. I owe a great deal of gratitude to my amazing crew who stayed up for the 24 hours during the landing and the 69 hours it took to go the 12 miles across Los Angeles.
It’s my sincerest hope that all our hard work will inspire future generations of scientists and explorers.
If you find yourself in L.A., go to the California Science Center. You’ll be able to see two of the films that resulted from this effort in the California Story exhibit.
Client: California Science Center
Tags: Directing, Documentaries, Non-Profit, Producing