Artist on site at the Digestive Disease Week Medical Convention in San Diego California in May of 2022. I worked with Paul Spadafore of Impact XM to create an origami experience for the attendees of the DDW event - teaching attendees how to fold paper cranes, and assembling origami mobiles on site.
In the opening scene of a Chicago PD episode - Episode 20 of Season 9, "Memory," scene with Patrick Flueger and Marina Squerciati. A mobile with 160 cranes, and put together and shipped in 2 days.
At a Sigma Computing Event at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City featuring guest speaker, President Bill Clinton. December 15, 2022. I drove the mobiles to NYC, put them up, and took them back down after the event.
In the new extension of The Galleria Mall Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. You can see it at the entrance of the Level 3 Food Court (south). Truelux Group commissioned me to fold 980 large colorful origami cranes for this light fixture, and then flew me out there to open them up and assist with the assembly. It was an amazing experience, and the light fixture turned out more beautiful than I ever imagined it would. You can read more about it on my Blog Page here.
The 2018 feature film, The Bygone. The Giant Paper Crane Mobile is hanging in the bedroom of the character Waniya, played by the actress Sydney Schafer from 2016's Nocturnal Animals, and the NBC show This Is Us. In the film her bedroom has a pink and rose colored bedspread, and a variety of light greenish blue decorations.