POETRY IN MOTION: MY MOTHER
MOTION
2017


Frieda Hughes, poet and painter, is the daughter of poets Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes. Sylvia Plath died by suicide when Frieda was three; her death became a frequent subject for literary studies and media portrayals.

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NOTES: AN ARCHIVE
MOTION
INSTALLATION
2017


How design makes sense of so much stuff? An archive of series of notes written by a busy RISD student.

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DAYS OF ANNE
ILLUSTRATION
MOTION
2017


The project explores the portrayal of narrative through a visual medium, and how design can help distil a story to its essence. For this project, I chose to narrate the plot of Anne of Green Gable through a series of looped animation.

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A DAY IN SUMMER
ILLUSTRATION
MOTION
2016







SCROLL
WORK IN PROGRESS
2017


Scrolling is a powerful action. In one split of a second, we receive so much information from a vast range of sources, and the more we scroll, the more personalised the experience. The unconscious need to scroll as a means of distraction, a habit, and a private space where only you can see the content at hand makes it an immensely intimate, but also a terrifyingly invasive habit.

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