For the 2015  Market Street Prototyping Festival landscape architect Emily Schlickman and I were awarded a grant to sonically and visually highlight a former underground creek that emerged into a salt marsh just south of Market Street in downtown San Francisco. 

One part of the project marks the waterway on the urban surface, while the other part envelopes the “ghost-scape” with sound. My collaborator, Emily Schlickman conceived, mapped, and designed the visual for the project, while I developed and installed the sound piece that invites people into an auditory sanctuary amidst the hectic ambient city sounds of Market Street.

The project was featured in Fast Company, The Atlantic’s City Blog, Curbed, and SFist and presented at SF's Urban Film Festival in 2015.