selected projects

HASTAC

HASTAC Portfolio | Blog Posts​

HASTAC is a virtual organization which provides opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students interested in the field of digital media to exhibit their research and writing skills, as well as to network with others in the program and explore/expand on individual and shared ideas.

mapping transitions

Mapping Transitions and Border Crossings | Georgia Tech

A process book chronicling the development of three different visual designs that map the experience of getting caught in the rain. This project was done for the “Discovery and Invention” course at the Georgia Institute of Technology during the Fall 2018 semester.

virtual reality

What's Up in Wonderland? | Georgia Tech

A virtual reality demonstration based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland that offers varying perspectives of size in a virtual reality environment. This project was created in Dr. Janet Murray's project studio course for the Prototyping eNarrative (PeN) Lab at Georgia Tech during the Fall 2018 semester.

urban studies

Seeing the City Through Symbols | Georgia Tech

Introduced to the city in 2005, the Atlanta Beltline is a pedestrian trail connecting the most iconic neighborhoods, parks, and landmarks in Midtown. This project is a proposal to examine architectural and landscape signifiers along the Beltline's east side trail as a study in semiotics reflective of gentrification and "mixed use" culture along the stretch.

Selected Digital Art | Independent Work

Presented here are selected works of digital art created with p5.js, Processing, and the Procreate app on iOS.

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