Twenty-third print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.
David Newman
JAZZinSF #23, 2013
Giclée
Paper size 22 x 17”
Image size 18.5 x 15”
for more info, see http://SFJAZZ.org

Twenty-third print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.

David Newman

JAZZinSF #23, 2013

Giclée

Paper size 22 x 17”

Image size 18.5 x 15”

for more info, see http://SFJAZZ.org

Timelapse: January 23 Red Carpet Reception: SFJAZZ Center Opening Night.

This took place on a specially constructed platform built across the complete width of Fell Street at Franklin.

There are a few minor cuts that removed segments during which the concert took place.

For more info, see http://SFJAZZ.org

http://pinterest.com/dnsfdavidnewman/jazzinsf-giclee-prints-construction-of-sfjazz-cent/

Interval: 5 seconds.

While you were sleeping,  worked all night to raise the tent and roll out the red carpet for today’s Opening Night festivities.

9:00 P.M January 22 to 6:36 A.M. January 23, 2013

Interval: 7 seconds.

For more info: http://SFJAZZ.org

Timelapse: Grand Opening of the new SFJAZZ Center: January 21, 2013 

7:25 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.
 Interval: 7 seconds.


http://www.sfjazz.org/grandopening

Twenty-second print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.
Featuring a portrait of James Matthies, Elevator Constructor.
Thank you very much, James.
David Newman
JAZZinSF #22, 2013
Giclée
Paper size 22 x 17”
Image size 18.5 x 15”
For more information, visit http://SFJAZZ.org

Twenty-second print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.

Featuring a portrait of James Matthies, Elevator Constructor.

Thank you very much, James.

David Newman

JAZZinSF #22, 2013

Giclée

Paper size 22 x 17”

Image size 18.5 x 15”

For more information, visit http://SFJAZZ.org

Twenty-first print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.
David Newman
JAZZinSF #21, 2012
Giclée
Paper size 22 x 17”
Image size 18.5 x 15”

Twenty-first print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.

David Newman

JAZZinSF #21, 2012

Giclée

Paper size 22 x 17”

Image size 18.5 x 15”

Twentieth print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.
David Newman
JAZZinSF #20, 2012
Giclée
Paper size 22 x 17”
Image size 18.5 x 15”

Twentieth print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.

David Newman

JAZZinSF #20, 2012

Giclée

Paper size 22 x 17”

Image size 18.5 x 15”



Nineteenth print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.
David Newman
JAZZinSF #19, 2012
Giclée
Paper size 22 x 17”
Image size 18.5 x 15”

Nineteenth print in my series documenting an intimate view of the building of the new SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.

David Newman

JAZZinSF #19, 2012

Giclée

Paper size 22 x 17”

Image size 18.5 x 15”

Timelapse of SFJAZZ Center construction.

The Sheedy crane returned for a short visit in the morning after several-month absence.

December 19, 2012 from 9:10 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Once again, pouring the sidewalk concrete before the rain forecast for tomorrow.

Timelapse of SFJAZZ Center construction.

December 4, 2012 from 9:20 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Interval: 10 seconds.

Pouring the sidewalk concrete before several days of pouring rain.

Timelapse of SFJAZZ Center construction. 

November 27, 2012 Around 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 

Interval: 10 seconds

Timelapse of SFJAZZ Center construction. 

November 5, 2012 Around 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 

Interval: 10 seconds

Timelapse of SFJAZZ Center Construction: One Week in Mid-July 2012

07-06-12 to 07-14-2012

Interval: 1 minute.

Timelapse of SFJAZZ Center construction.

July 27, 2012 7:51 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Interval: 8 seconds

SFJAZZ Center: Lifting a 16-Ton Air Conditioning Unit