Curation and Design for "9/11 Remembered: Gallery of Reflection" NYTimes Exhibit

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Augmented Reality and touch screen installations created with R&D and the Interactive News Team.
I curated and composed reader-submitted "relics," photos and videos for the week-long installation.

Content curation, design, planning and multimedia installations for 9/11 Remembered at The New York Times

**WINNER: Publisher's Award**

The 9/11 Remembered: Gallery of Reflection is probably my proudest accomplishment to date. It's a combination of the physical, digital and virtual, in rememberance of the victims and heroes of 9/11.

Open to the public for 5 days, it includes content from our archives and the extensive 9/11 anniversary coverage by The Times. I combed through archival content and chose over 30 photos to print, including 18 Pulitzer Prize-winners; came up with concepts for interactive displays that the digital news team developed; and worked with R&D to build the future WTC site in augmented reality. I animated slideshows featuring 100 other photos; videos from the newsroom; and curated user-submitted relics from ground zero submitted by Times readers.

It was the culmination of months of planning, designing and collaboration. And it was met with appreciation and congratulations from the Times' CEO, President, Publisher, newsroom editors, my colleagues and tourists and visitors. Hillary Clinton even walked through on her way to meet with Arthur Sulzberger!