Charles Edward Fambro: Sound and music producer. Multidisciplinary artist. Arts education and administration.
Charles Edward Fambro. Sound and Music Producer. Yale University.
His projects include the 10-channel sound installation "Alien Stingers," composed for the New York Aquarium and commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund, and the live sound installation for "Medicine," by Simone Leigh, part of Creative Time's Black Radical Brooklyn Project. Recent commissions include the soundtracks for "Mystic Parallax: Visual Manifesto," and "Bird Talk, Time I Danced for the Moon," two short films by Awol Erizku, and the soundtrack for "Dig Up," by Yoko Inoue, for the Future Foods Symposium; and the music for the video of "The Hill We Climb," by Amanda Gorman for TIME. He also founded and developed the "teaching ecology," for the Cooper Union School of Art Saturday Program Sound Composition class. Charles is also an accomplished visual artist and essayist.