The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak’ -Hans Hofmann
The art of expression finds a boundless terrain in good media and I absolutely love that fact! Over the last 10 years, I have come to really appreciate the beautiful relation between Engineering and media.
For Engineering stories that need to be told, TV productions and photography play an irreplaceable role in capturing existing and potential excellence. They help present the many stunning shades of the infrastructure and innovation of our world. From ‘transformers’ type movies to documentaries on the world’s most impressive forms of transport, the long lasting impressions left on the minds of audiences are seeds planted- towards even grander ideas and world progress.
I have had great experiences telling engineering stories for television. The experiences have ranged from walking in the shoes of the men and women that built the
Titanic (Titanic: the Mission- For Channel 4 and National Geographic) to telling the stories of the world’s fastest train and largest dams (Impossible Engineering for Discovery + Yesterday TV) to kid’s TV (Absolute Genius: Monster Builds CBBC)!