Groundwork Rhode Island received a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency in 2019 to focus on Zero Waste. I was hired as a teaching artist and engaged in a variety of projects with the summer youth Green Team. In an effort to assist Providence residents transition away from using plastic bags, students created this cloth bag design which was given away for free to residents of underserved communities. The design process included interviewing residents to better understand their needs and concerns. In a six part workshop, students learned the fundamentals of product design, graphic design and printmaking.
As a response the the 2016 election, students in my Art of the Book course activated the printshop at both at the Brown and AS220 to make 500 booklets, 3,000 stickers and 300 protest posters. Materials were distributed by students for free across several protests. The project was funded by a grant from the Visual Art Department.
I was Lizzy’s mentor during her senior year at the Met High School. I assisted with screen printing, graphic design, and the ideation or her thesis piece, a mural made of wheat-pasted silkscreen prints. Made in 2017, located inside the AS220 Industries in the Media Labs room. 2017 time lapse video
Strips in Sequence
Experimentation with frame by frame animation, sequence, figure/ground relationships, 2019
Activism, color theory, design principles, silkscreen, 2019. In the future, I want to expand this assignment to include creative coding and animation.
Album Cover, in motion
Color theory, composition principles, concept development, motion design & typography, 2019
Exploring personal narrative through the creation of an artist book.
handmade banana leaf paper, tunnel and multi-panel accordion book, inkjet prints, 2019
Dad and Therapy
oil paintings on vellum, charcoal, board and fabric, 2016
Flower Fold accordion book with hand cut popups, 2016
Van Dyke Brown Prints and Cyanotype Prints on Verso. 4.5″ x 8.5″ x 12″
This book was exhibited in the 36th Annual Juried Student Exhibition at the Bell Gallery at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island in 2016 and won the second place prize, 2015 additional photos
Silkscreen, linoleum, and polymer plate prints on paper, board and fabric, 2016 Video of book
laser-cut paper, woven book structure, 2016
Inspired by the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Bardo’s narrative follows a person’s death, experience of “ultimate reality” and rebirth. The first and last pages connect, creating a continuous loop when the book stands in a circle. Ten page linocut accordion book printed on Rives BFK cream paper using a Vandercook printing press. Backs of pages patterned with a handcut stencil and aerosol paint. Edition of 12. additional images
Book of CrystalsFlower fold accordion book
Portfolio Site 2018
Music video for Solo by Jennie | Korean words with English translation
Do Better Next Time
Experimentation with typeface design, illustration and kinetic typography, 2018