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National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution

It was good to hear from you and to keep in touch with ideas for video productions here at the Smithsonian. As you can imagine, every division of our museum has dreams about incorporating computer/video technology in presenting information to the public visitor in our exhibition spaces. The success of our work in the Shapes of the Baroque exhibition, for example, demonstrates the usefulness and desirability for such programming.

In any case, you should be reassured that I was extremely pleased with the editing and continuity that you gave to the Shapes of the Baroque video…in fact, I should confess that I don’t know how you pulled together such a high quality product in light of the time constraints and variety of shoots from Ithaca to New York City to Washington DC. The piece presented many of the concepts of sound that cannot be understood in writing. And you made it sensible to everyone! I remember thinking at the opening that the exhibition by itself did not fully explain the more subtle concepts we were aiming for, but the video gave the show an interpretive sense to both the knowledgable and uninitiated visitor.

Let’s hope we have a chance to work together on new material in the future, This current budget crisis will hopefully pass on by and we can put our minds back to the task of educating our public visitors. Keep in touch.

Sincerely,
(Name withheld to maintain client confidentiality)
Collections Manager
Division of Musical History
National Museum of American History
Smithsonian Institution

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