About

My name is Evan Mather and I am a principal landscape architect with AHBE in Los Angeles. I have also been making films and videos since I was about 8 years old.

These ranged from Super-8 monster movies and faux European art films, to Video-8 alien abduction movies and animated “Star Wars” action figure cartoons. In the mid-1990s I graduated to editing and remixing these works using some of the earliest digital video software on Macintosh computers. I was at the vanguard of posting videos on the World Wide Web.

My films explore issues of landscape, place and memory; spanning multiple genres, including animation, documentary, essay, music video, and film title design. A Graham Foundation recipient, my works have screened at Sundance, SXSW, Seattle Art Museum, Walker Art Center, National Building Museum, A+D Museum (Los Angeles) and the McMurdo Station (Antarctica).