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Chanel Exhibit, Fall 2008

During the fall of 2008 I took on yet another of the many odd jobs I've had in my life and worked on the Chanel Mobile Art Exhibit in Central Park. It was three months of helping build a steel and fiberglass museum on Central Park's Summer Stage, then working on the open exhibit for 6 weeks or so, and then we tore it all down, crated it up, and sent it back to England. A lot of fun and something I'm really glad I got to be a part of. I took these photos over the course of the run. The distant overhead shots were taken from an 80 foot lift; if you ever get the chance to ride one in Central Park, I highly recommend it.

The raccoons were a daily issue with which to be dealt at dinner time. As most can probably imagine, a New York City raccoon doesn't really listen to someone trying to shoo them away.


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