Pro­duc­tion and project man­age­ment of envi­ron­men­tal graph­ics for the Ener­gy Pavil­ion at Expo 2000 in Hanover, Ger­many – a world-class event focused on Humankind, Nature, and Tech­nol­o­gy.

Expo 2000 was a unique event in his­to­ry in that it brought togeth­er cre­ative thinkers from around the world to con­vene in the coun­try where the term “Sus­tain­able Devel­op­ment” was con­ceived – Ger­many. This was the largest world expo to have been con­ceived at this time with a view to wel­come in the new mil­len­ni­um. This world-class event tack­led fun­da­men­tal issues relat­ed to the ways in which human beings live with each oth­er and the nat­ur­al world. The theme park was an area devot­ed to top­ics such as: ener­gy, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, mobil­i­ty, humankind, health, and basic needs.

David Oswald was the pro­duc­er / project man­ag­er for the envi­ron­men­tal graph­ics aspect of the ener­gy pavil­ion. In addi­tion, there was close col­lab­o­ra­tion with the video, film, and mul­ti­me­dia teams. The project required on-site work with the client in Hanover while hav­ing a research and design team work­ing in Van­cou­ver, Cana­da.

This project was done with Lun­ny Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Group, the lead firm.