Love and Light in a Sea of Words
I created this visual poem-thing, inspired by Tom Phillip’s Humument, the weekend before Thanksgiving break intending to just hand in the physical sheet of paper. A few weeks later, I … Continue Reading →
I enjoyed this sketch assignment both for the challenge of pulling together my work from this semester and for allowing me to revisit the goals I had established for myself … Continue Reading →
One Starry, Pixely Night
This sketch assignment reminded me vaguely of the artistic styles of impressionism (particularly the branch of pointillism) and post-impressionism. The ways through these styles played with form and color to … Continue Reading →
Ceci n’est pas Pulp Fiction
I really enjoyed brainstorming and completing this sketch assignment. I explored a few movie scenes first, narrowing down a few from The Breakfast Club, but I ended up being the most … Continue Reading →
For this sketch assignment, I created visual notes for David Fisher’s technical writing class Thursday, Nov. 2. This assignment was inspired by Giulia Forsyth‘s work, where she uses visual note-taking as … Continue Reading →
For the ninth sketch assignment, I created the cinemagraph below: When I first saw the assignment and tried to wrap my head around it, I admit I was a bit … Continue Reading →
A Week in Music
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A Quiet-Rainy Afternoon Mix
There are some rainy days I find myself sitting at a windowsill, sipping on a cup of hot tea, perhaps Earl Grey, and listening to music. I tried to think … Continue Reading →
On Stranger Encounters
Inspired by A Softer World, I created a triptych using a photo I had taken this weekend. This image explores the relationship between the strange and the familiar, connection and … Continue Reading →
I have been playing around on Canva and designed a few podcast graphics for Media Nouveau. Here they are!