Awards, Museum, Tribute & Promotional

ENR Award of Excellence Banquet Films

For the past 10 years Great Projects has produced a video honoring the ENR Award of Excellence winner for McGraw-Hill’s Engineering News-Record magazine.  It is shown at the gala banquet honoring the winner each spring in New York, and then shown on the widely-viewed ENR web site.  Our first AoE winner was Michael Burton who led the recovery and clean-up effort at Ground Zero.  Others included Col. Greg Martin, Dr. Lewis, “Ed” Link, Bernard Amadei, founder of Engineers Without Borders and Joe Maloney, secretary-treasurer of the AFL-CIO's Building and Construction Trades Department, who founded the program "Helmets to Hard Hats". The Award of Excellence winner is chosen from twenty-five newsmakers chosen by the editors of ENR each year. The 2011 winner will be announced on April 7th at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.

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General Andrew Goodpaster Tribute

Andrew Goodpaster_Great Projects MediaGeneral Andrew Goodpaster Tribute, commissioned by The Eisenhower Institute, Washington DC, is an homage to the distinguished soldier and scholar General Goodpaster, who served as Army Chief of Staff and superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. It was shown at the September 2005 Eisenhower Leadership Prize Dinner.

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As Time Goes By

Dooley Wilson - As Time Goes ByThe New Jersey Motion Picture and Film Commission honored song writer Herman Hupfeld, the composer of the iconic As Time Goes By at a banquet at the Robin Hood Inn in New Jersey.  For this event Ken created a film incorporating more than ten different versions of the song recorded over the years from Dooley Wilson’s film version to Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Barbra Streisand and more.

(Video soon to be available on Great Projects Media youtube channel.)

Stella Waitzkin

Stella WaitzkinStella Waitzkin lived in the Chelsea Hotel and created her unique art there for many decades.  Her apartment was literally a museum.  When was passed away and the apartment had to be vacated, Ken documented it for both future art lovers and for an exhibition of Stella’s work at a major New York gallery.

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