Role 
Director • Producer • Editor • Animator


Summary When asked to visualize what jazz looks like, you might picture bold typography, two tone photography, and minimalist graphic design. If you did, you’re recalling the work of a jazz label that single-handedly defined the “look” of jazz music in the 1950s and1960s: Blue Note.
Interviewed Michael Cuscuna, a longtime archivist of Blue Note contact sheets, who deconstructed the adventurous and highly creative photographs that became the backdrop to some of jazz’s most iconic album covers. 


Credits

Story Editor
Mona Lalwani


Associate Producer
Marie Cascione

Camera
Kim Mas 


Additional Animation
Gina Barton