Assemblies: Sketch-by-step

Throughout the course of the semester, I have had to tap into my creative potential in novel ways in order to produce visually appealing, yet informative or otherwise interesting sketch assignments each week. I have had to exercise existing strengths (i.e., writing, researching) as well as develop weaker skills (i.e., drawing, working with unfamiliar software)

Movie Recreation: Tammy

I chose to recreate this image from the movie “Tammy” because it requires minimal props and/or setup and it is funny even outside of the context of the movie. While my face certainly looks goofy, I am no Melissa McCarthy and I could not exactly pull off the facial expression that she makes. I also

Human Document: The Wall

To distress they be born Success made hard Where indomitable wealth stewards the creation of wealth in no man   This poem, which I am calling “The Wall,” was created by selecting words off of a book page. This particular page was discussing the life of Andrew Carnegie, who many will know as a steel

Visual Notes: Neuroethics Overview

I am taking a class entitled “Disability and Bioethics” this semester in which we consider ethical issues from a bioethical perspective in tandem with a disability studies perspective. We recently began the section on neuroethics, the introductory lecture for which I thought would be interesting represented visually. For this class, we read the introduction to Neuroethics: …

paris je taime

Montage: Paris, je t’aime

Paris, je t’aime is an anthology of 18 vignettes that take place in almost all of the different arrondissements of Paris. To me, this film represents Paris from a multitude of atypical vantage points (the vignette that takes place in the 16e, an affluent neighborhood, portrays the perspective of an immigrant nanny who works for a …