We are proud to announce that dbox has won an Emmy® for 'Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Graphic Design & Art Direction' for its CGI and Branding work on the Discovery Channel's six part mini-series Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero.
Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero chronicles the activity of the Ground Zero site and the personal stories of the construction workers, engineers and architects who have worked to make the vision a reality. It was created in association with KPI, executive producer Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks for the Discovery and Science channels. dbox produced brand identity, graphics, CGI and aerial cinematography for the production.
dbox would like to thank the following individuals and organizations, without whom this series would not have been possible:
Michael Arad, Beyer Blinder Belle, Mark Breeze, Brookfield Properties, Santiago Calatrava, Chris Cassel, Cinedeck, Jessica Conway, Davis Brody Bond, Discovery, Matt Donham, Christo Doyle, DreamWorks, The Durst Organization, Danny Forster, Foster + Partners, Mike Garz, Alice Greenwald, Peter Han, Handel Architects, Jeff Holmes, Ken Lewis, Maki and Associates, Dara McQuillan, Tim Metzger, Debbie Meyers, Allen Miller, Museum at the World Trade Center Foundation, Inc, The National September 11 Memorial, Pelli Clarke Pelli, Stan Perelman, The Port Authority of NY and NJ, PWP Landscape Architecture, Billy Richards, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Kristy Sabat, Science, Silverstein Properties, Snøhetta, SOM, Steven Spielberg, Westfield.
Thank you very much...it's a huge honor to accept this award on behalf of all of dbox...my incredible friends and extraordinarily talented colleagues .....all 50 of us that share the undying passion that every pixel and every idea today has to be better than it was yesterday....thank you to our families, our loved ones.....and everybody that's been involved in rebuilding the World Trade Center site...with the idea that tomorrow has to be better than it was yesterday. thank you!
Read CGarchitect's interview with dbox about the documentary's production by clicking here.
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