Historical research by Melody in conjunction with the National Institute of Jamaica led to defining these key historic intentions for the new development.
Time placement identification throughout the experience was important to recognize the overall historic fabric of the development.
Master planning and art direction of 3D models
Community involvement was very important to the project. This document identifies those opportunities and areas.
Concept artwork of potential Naval Cemetery renovation
Master planning, historic research, strategic placement in relation to potential archaeological hot spots, and art direction of recreated historic area.
Planning, historic research, defining next steps and portraying the intentions of the recreated historic zone.
Each structure shown in the recreated historic zone's back story was woven in with history, culture and a cross-section of 17th century Port Royal life.
Phasing was also defined extensively, along with square footages, infrastructure planning, circulation diagrams, and more.
Historic research, Master Planning, Attraction Development, Concept Artwork, Branding, and more were done by myself and a Partner for the Port Authority of Jamaica. This project's deliverable consisted of a 102 page document showcasing a high level concept for a brand new boutique cruise port. My Partner and I presented this project to the Prime Minister of Jamaica, along with our Port Authority of Jamaica and National Institute of Jamaica team. The first phase of the project began construction in 2018.