Sun Porch Renovation
The ceiling was caving in. The walls were infested with bugs. With no insulation, this sunporch was only visted in spring and fall. But NOW the 19th-Century addition is the most coveted place for chilling out in the late 18th-Century farm house. All 144 window panes were glazed and painted by hand. A small kitchenette was added...as well as an entry door from the adjacent flat roof. The interior decor was inspired by an original work in oil, painted by the client's mother in the early 1960's.
Infographics for Feasibility Study
In an effort to connect feasibility data with a specific geographic region, these infographics are inspired by the natural assets and cultural traditions of Northern Michigan.
Two Mile House
Orinally called "The Sign of the Mermaid," this early 19th Century Tavern has been turned into an event center by the Cumberland County Historical Society. Boom Creative is currently providing exterior lighting consultation.
THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
Although COVID-19 shut this production down less than a week before opening night, the process of getting the show ready was rewarding. The set design featured a run down and depressing studio apartment pollinated with surprise entrances for some of the most outlandish characters in contemporary musical theatre.
AT THE MOVIES Consultation
LCBC Church celebrates the magic of cinema every summer by asking its 20 plus campuses to "trick" out their lobbies with one of their favorite family flicks. This year, Boom Creative is consulting at 3 of these campuses, listening to each one's dreams for their lobby--drawing plans and renderings on the spot to help them reach their vision. These pictures are from the West Shore campus's Spiderman-inspired installation.