Clear Story blends the techniques and trade secrets of architecture, design, photography, and theatre production to capture, manipulate, and direct light to create unique environments and visual experiences. Whether designing for an intentional space or adapting to an existing setting, Clear Story designs and programs lighting and projection systems that function in a variety of environmental conditions both interior and exterior.
With a new d3 Design Studio, Clear Story has expanded capacity to develop and implement state of the art lighting and projection installations. Learn more about the d3 Design Studio here....
H’Art of Haiti Gala, Friends of Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti, 2013
Using d3 media servers, Clear Story designed and projected a large, immersive video surround onto a curved, seamless, white cyclorama. Clear Story also designed and produced all the content for the show which included motion graphics as well as video, photography, and gigapans all shot on location in Haiti.
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Pittsburgh Festival of Lights, 2007 - 2009
Clear Story served as the technical directors of the Pittsburgh Festival of Lights, a series of spectacular architectural lighting and projection installations throughout Downtown Pittsburgh. The project transformed the cityscape and nighttime environment, encouraging visitors to explore the city on foot and become immersed in the towering murals of ligh As technical directors of the Festival of Lights, Clear Story’s specialists collaborated with renowned firms Art Lumiere and Casa Magica to provide installation support and coordinate all onsite logistics, permitting, electrical requirements, and weather enclosures for the projection systems on buildings such as the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, William Penn Hotel, and the Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh. Clear Story's Principal and Creative Director Rob Long was also a featured light artist in this festival of urban lighting installations
55th Carnegie International installation, Artist Doug Aiken, Migration, 2008
This work by artist Doug Aiken was a major highlight of the muesums world renowned exibition. The installation which was managed and produced by World Stage was installed on the front and rear of the museum for nine months. Clear Story role was to provided technical support, onsite management and maintenance of the project during the setup and run of the exibition.