"Beauty and grace, bringing awareness of our interconnection..."
Brickfish began in 1988 producing film and video. We made commercials and documentaries for media world wide. We managed locations for feature films like "Come See the Paradise" directed by Alan Parker and television shows for Aaron Spelling. Among our clients are Paramount Pictures, Group Health, Chrysler, Microsoft, Suntory, Shell Oil and Toyota.
Our philosophy is that anyone can make a film or mount an art exhibition but not everyone can maximize the event to create a larger story and context for it. Our passion is serving the global community and working to shift paradigms about culture. We are committed to art-making as the most effective way of shifting these cultural paradigms.
Our proudest achievement was the award-winning series, "Another Story of the Earth," produced for Fuji TV in Japan. It was the stories of hundreds of men and women all over the world doing something innovative to solve an environmental problem. From an art project to disseminate plants that "drink" the toxic metals from the soil in Pennsylvania , to rehabilitating dolphins from captivity to swim the oceans again in Key West, to canopy level research stations 1,000 feet up in the temperate rain forests of Vancouver Island, to Biosphere Two in Arizona, the show celebrated the courage and human ingenuity that will save our planet.
In 1998 we organically moved from the film and video industry to international arts projects. Norwegian artist, Vebjørn Sand, was mounting a four city US tour and Brickfish Creative Services was the right company to produce it. Vebjørn Sand was mounting three public installation projects in Norway at the time including building one of Leonardo da Vinci's unbuilt bridge designs. In collaboration with the American Institute of Architects, Brickfish Creative Services opened "AD FONTES; The Art and Projects of Vebjørn Sand" in 1998 in Washington, DC, an exhibition of paintings as well as models and drawings of his public projects. The exhibition traveled to Minneapolis, San Francisco and Seattle.
Currently, Brickfish Creative Services manages the global Leonardo Bridge Project. We have also recently served in a creative capacity for clients as diverse as Dale Chihuly and the owners of the Seattle Mariners.ow_data}
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