Work for Archival. These editorial illustrations are on the website for the in progress documentary series on the history of Iran. The collages feature historical imagery near prominent scholars featured in the documentary.
As a part of a collaboration between University of Texas at Arlington Art + Art History Department, Social Services Department, and the Osage Nation, I worked as designer, cinematographer, and editor for this documentary. Included are designs from the DVD packaging and DVD menu. Due to the sensitive nature of foster care and social services, the entire film cannot be posted online, but posted here is the promotional trailer. More information about Osage Nation Social Services can be found here.
My MFA research dealt with an individual’s journey seeking success as both an artist and a designer. Every creative person has a different idea of what success is, but in the United States it often means fame, notoriety, appeal, or recognition. In my writing and visual work, I explored my personal journey as a creative person as well what defines success. This book is available for view and purchase at blurb.com.
This website was made to showcase a series of artists who would be transforming a small mezzanine into multiple sculpture installations over the course of several weeks.
I designed, coded, and shot all photography for the site. The site was meant to be simple, black and white, with only a few pages. Then as different artists created their installations, the pages would transform to reflect that artist's style.