MEMORY BANK 
Using projection mapping and audio reactive technology in this historic building, “Memory Bank” was a 2-day installation and open mic that encouraged the public to share memories and reflections of Bronzeville and Little Tokyo. Stories were recorded and audiences of all ages were invited to be part of this 360 VR documentation. Created in collaboration with yaknowlike studios.
312 AZUSA STREET 
A site-specific video map projection located adjacent to Historic Azusa Alley, the original site of the First African Methodist Episcopal Church (FAME) and birthplace of Pentecostalism. Audiences experienced the piece as it was projected on land originally owned by Bridget “Biddy” Mason, former slave, FAME Church Founder, and one of the first African American women to purchase land in Los Angeles. Created in collaboration with yaknowlike studios and Francisco Garcia Nava.