Project: A series of prints and logotype for the Museum of Impact. The images are for a traveling exhibtion called "Movement is Rising," which honors and examines the Black Lives Matter movement. They asked me to create prints for eight different hashtag activism campaigns. Clockwise from top left: #handsupdon'tshoot, #blacklivesmatter, #sayhername, exhibtion at Raw Art Space Harlem, #iftheygunnedmedown
Art Director: Jackie Pierson
Project: "I Live Here Queens" is series of outdoor banners designed by CUNY Queens College Graphic Design students and myself. We were asked by Annabele Short of the "I Live Here Project" to create a piece of public art that celebrates language diversity in Queens. Students designed patterns based on cultural artifacts in Queens museums, and created original typography to spell out "I Live Here" in a variety of languages. The Lewis Latimer House Museum in Flushing has agreed to produce and install the banners.
Art Director: Annabele Short
Between 2013-2014, I led a collaborative project with the QC Civil Rights Archive, the Godwin-Ternbach Museum, animator Jen Epstein, QC design students, and participants in the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer Project. The outcome was curriculum and public programing to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer, as well as an animated film that explains the legacy of Black Activism in Mississippi prior to 1964. I received technical support through a 2014 Media Arts fellowship at BRIC
Project: Website cover photo for I'm From Driftwood, the online LGBT story archive.
Art Director: Nathan Manske