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Hayes Greenfield is a professional musician, sound artist, composer, educator, and producer who has been working and living in New York City since the late 1970s. Hayes has released 10 critically acclaimed CD's under his own name and traveled throughout the US, Canada, and Europe performing at festivals, concerts, and clubs with his own bands.

As sideman, Hayes has built enduring associations with such notable artists as Jaki Byard, Rashied Ali, Paul Bley, Dave Liebman, Barry Altschul, Tony Scott, Richie Havens, and Joe Lee Wilson among others. Hayes has earned awards in all of his endeavors including the prestigious New York University SCPS/GSP 2005 Marc Crawford Jazz Educators Award.

In 1998, Hayes created his widely acclaimed Jazz-A-Ma-Tazz program, a lively, interactive educational jazz and music performance/workshop/professional development program. To date, Jazz-A-Ma-Tazz has inspired well over 250,000 (and climbing!) young people.

In 2006 Hayes developed the Greenfield Method, a method for non-music, general pre-K thru 1st Grade teachers to work with sound with their students. The Greenfield Method enhances children's abilities with the basic core attributes of Executive Function-focus, active and working memory, self-regulation and inhibitory control, creative and cognitive flexibility, as well as improving hand-eye coordination and helping to raise self-esteem.

As film composer, Hayes has scored more than 70 films, documentaries, commercials, and TV specials, many of which have received awards, including the prestigious Emmy and Telly. Scores include The American Nurse (2014), the PBS films America Rebuilds: A Year at Ground Zero (2002); Return to Ground Zero (2006); Building Alaska (2010); and Alaska, the World, and Wally Hickel (2013). Other notable subjects for which Hayes has composed scores include films on the Berlin Airlift and Russia's future for the new millennium; luminary figures such as General George Marshall and artists Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, Grace Hartigan, James Rosenquist and Milton Glaser; architects Philip Johnson, William Krisel, Stuart Williams, and Don Wexler; and United States Poet Laureate Billy Collins.


Ikuo Nakamura is a Holography artist, 3D film director, photographer, and sculptor of light.
He learned cutting edge holography techniques at the New York Holographic Laboratory, after he studied physics at the Science University of Tokyo and moved to New York in the early 1980s.
His experimental multimedia installations include a holographic pattern animation series and a brain wave interactive hologram 'Neuro Hologram.'
He was awarded an Artist in Residence at the Museum of Holography (1990), Fellowship at Academy of Media Arts (KHM) in Cologne, Germany (1998-1999), Scholarship for 7th International Symposium of Holographic Arts, Wales, UK (2006), and many more. He is also former co-director at The Center for Holographic Art (2001-2006).
His Holography works have been exhibited at The Jewish Museum, New York; The Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles; MIT Museum, Cambridge, and many museums worldwide.
Ikuo has traveled the globe in pursuit of his subject matter, and his work with spatial image projection media in holography went beyond. He started making 3D short films.
His 3D films 'Easter Island' and 'The View in America' received 'Best Native 3D Short Film' and 'Director to Watch' awards at International 3D Film Festival, Los Angeles (2012). His third film 'Atmosphere' has been screened worldwide, and received multiple awards.


'Aurora Borealis 3D,' Ikuo's most recent film, was shot during his visits to Yellowknife, NWT, Canada. He succeeded to capture the aurora in 3D using two synchronized cameras with an unprecedented IO base of several miles. Its special preview version including environmental landscape was screened during NASA Sun/Earth Day at American Museum of Natural History, New York (2014). The completed official version featuring Hayes Greenfield's music was screened at the 61st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany on May 2, and also during 3D in the 21st Century at BAM Rose Theater, Brooklyn, New York on May 3, 2015.