The Hosierist – Web Video

Direction and Editing Paul Clay - Creation of a short web video featuring the work of Sandra Greuel, Design Director for Top Circle Hosiery, and documenting some of her inspirations and designs, while showing them to be a product of the urban environment of New York City and other cultural influences. Video:

Residential Lighting at One57 Overlooking Central Park

Architectural Lighting Consulting for Residential Lighting at One57 One57 is a Luxury Residential Skyscraper at 157 West 57th Street in the Midtown Manhattan. Rising 90 Stories above Central Park, with a host of private services and amenities. Paul Clay was subcontracted by the interior design install company, to consult regarding best possible lighting plans for the living and dining areas of the apartment for one of the residents at One57. Architectural Lighting Consultant - Paul Clay

After The Fall – Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art

Lighting Design for an Exhibit of Contemporary Art After The Fall - Emerging contemporary art from East and Central Europe, by artists who were educated at the transitional period between communism and democracy.September 19, 2010 - July 24, 2011 Notes about the lighting:HVCCA has a 12,000 sq foot Exhibition Space. I used cusom fixtures from Zumtobel in the Netherlands, combined with chromalux fluorescent tubes, with a Color Rendering Index above 95 (from feature film lighting). I used Daylight 5800° Kelvin Correlated Color temperature for the ambient light, and added Tungsten 3200° Kelvin for the artwork, to bring out the full range of color, and to highlight the works within the backdrop of the space itself. Notes about the exhibit:Some of the most impressive new art today, especially in painting and video, is coming from Eastern and…

Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art

Architectural Lighting Design The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art opened to the public in June 2004. Founded by the Marc and Livia Straus family, the not-for-profit center is dedicated to the development and presentation of new art, exhibits and interdisciplinary programs that enrich the understanding of contemporary art, its contexts, and its relationships to societal issues. "HVCCA is the most dynamic contemporary art site in Westchester"—Ben Genocchio, NY Times HVCCA, Architectural Lighting Design - Paul Clay

Illig Club Clothing Store

Interior Design Located in the Tunnel nightclub, located at 269 11th Ave (between 27th and 28th Street) in the Chelsea section of Manhattan, New York City. The Store opened March 27, 1998 (Now long Closed) Quoting from the NY Times, "NOTICED; Shop (and Dance) Till You Drop By Scott Lyle Cohen, April 5, 1998" "Curious clubgoers inspected the 500-square-foot boutique, whose decor is part Home Depot, part Toys ''R'' Us, part Lower East Side art gallery. Three gutted children's plastic race-car beds hang on a wall as display frames. Video screens sit atop the frames, beaming images from hidden cameras…"" "To create the store's interior, Mr. Alpern and his clothing designer, John Illig, turned to Paul Clay, whose credits include the set for Broadway's 'Rent.' Mr. Clay said he used 'everyday materials to try and point…

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