Ether, 2018 - Baltimore, MD

Ether was my undergraduate thesis project—an archive of influential readings consumed during my last year of school, it serves as a personal state-of-the-union for what my thinking is influenced by and where I might continue to work towards in the future.
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Sand: Amphitheater, Theater, Arena, 2018 - Miami Beach, Florida

Sand: Amphitheater, Theater, Arena, is ArtCenter’s Art in Public Life resident Misael Soto’s public project located at Miami Beach. A series of three events, Sand: Amphitheater, Theater, Arena “utilizes sand as a literal and metaphorical foundation to explore the area’s history and its ecosystem, and examine how our decisions along the way led us to present day South Florida.”1














Get Your Life! 2014—2019, 2019 - Baltimore, MD

Get Your Life! 2 is a youth-run video production company that directs and designs videos and events. This book was produced on the occasion of the year-long exhibition Commons Collaboration: Get Your Life! at the Baltimore Museum of Art3. It features new writing by Delali Ayivor, Lex Brown, and Deana Haggag, images and documents from the archive, and tips and tricks from the GYL! team.
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Zachary Lieberman lecture poster, 2018 - Baltimore, MD

Maryland Institute College of Art’s Designer-In-Residence Zachary Lieberman4 came to MICA to give a lecture on his past and current projects.
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2nd 3rd 4th, 2018 - Baltimore, MD









Alien Pink, 2017 - Baltimore, MD

My first and last longform 3D motion project5—featuring ✨Aluko River✨ by Chet Porter, animated in Cinema4D.        
Heavily inspired by Björk6 but with a fraction of the production value.





























Scroll 4: A Tender Thing, 2016-2017 - Baltimore, MD

The annual publication created entirely by The Contemporary’s interns– Scroll 4, focuses on the relationship between self-care and resistance through interviews and street photography. Created in collaboration with the talented Jenna Porter and Shan Wallace7.














         

Self portrait, 2017 - Baltimore, MD

Self portrait.
        Can u find the Iris 😉😉😉 ?










True Laurels Vol.4, 2018 - Baltimore, MD

True Laurels Vol. 4 is a biannual publication supplementing the media platform founded in 2013 by Lawrence Burney. Each issue features creatives from the Baltimore and DMV region in the form of diaries, interviews, profiles, and photo essays.
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Photography: Amira Green, Audrey Gatewood, Jacob Marley, Diamond Dixon, and Shan Wallace

Artists featured: Goonew, Yung St Louis, 6ixx, Soduh, Ziggy Ziya, Kotic Couture, Bobbi Rush, MovaKween, and Tom Miller







Black Girls Matter, 2017 - Baltimore, MD

Part of a series of posters in collaboration with Shan Wallace, commissioned by Abdu Ali5 for a music set. Also featured in Posters for Change, published by Princeton Architectural Press8.



























W+K Gives, 2018 - Portland, OR

Instagram posts for the “Wieden+Kennedy Gives” holiday series. Everyday leading up to the 25th, a charity that W+K donated to will be revealed through themed instagram posts inspired by the work each foundation does. My charity was Dollar for Portland9, an org dedicated to helping individuals pay off medical debt. In consideration of their slogan “One dollar at a time”, I referenced how small acts can come together to create a bigger picture.


































Open Gaza, 2017- New York, NY

Above are some of the cover designs that Isaac Gertman10 and I iterated on for Terreform’s upcoming book, Open Gaza. “Gaza is one of the most beleaguered environments on earth. Crammed into a space of 139 square miles (360 square kilometers), 1.8 million people live under siege.  For urban scholars and designers alike, Gaza presents a unique political and ethical problem space...Can planning, design and technology aid in advancing a more resilient and sustainable urbanism?”11







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