What began as "The Dad Project," culminated into a multimedia installation.
Four years ago I set out to document my father’s life and rediscovered a man with vision who has the ability to connect people and ideas, not just through his work, but in all aspects of life.
A native Chicagoan, his impact is far-reaching in business, medicine, the arts, and global peace. He's been an inspiration to me and I’m honored and proud to share his life with the world.
What began as "The Dad Project "— a personal exploration of my father's legacy in my own life — has culminated into a multi-media installation titled, LIFESCAPE: A Video Portrait of Marshall Bennett.
Here is the 40-minute version of a larger generative video portrait that debuted at Roosevelt University in Chicago and is now in a permanant installation at The Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate. The film's conceptual and innovative approach reveals the many facets of my father, Marshall, along with a beautiful and moving sound track by Ken Olsen, the assistant principal cellist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
See more about the film in the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times.