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CREATIVE PROJECTS

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This is a portfolio I made in InDesign. It showcases all of the projects I made in my Digital Imaging Methods course.

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In her Digital Imaging course, I created a composite image in Photoshop and named it after a Julee Cruise album.

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For my Digital Imaging course, I created a travel poster for Milan, with the poster's theme centered around the city being the "Fashion capital of the world."

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For my Digital Imaging course, I created a faux advertisement for the "No Trouble Bubble" using Illustrator.

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UNF WRITING CENTER BRANDED STICKERS & BOOKMARKS

Using Adobe Illustrator, I created branded stickers and bookmarks for the UNF Writing Center to market and increase brand awareness.

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For an illustrated tracing assignment in my Digital Imaging Methods course, I traced a Numero Tokyo cover using Adobe Illustrator.

This is a short film I made for a Comparative Literature class that is inspired by Walter Benjamin's book On Hashish, in addition to other writers such as Theophile Gautier, Charles Baudelaire, and Edgar Allen Poe.

At the Museum of Contemporary Art's Romancing the Mirror Exhibition, I read my poem "Not a Single Seed of Remorse" in front of Nevine Mahmoud's sculpture Bust (Genie). In collaboration with Bold City Contemporary Ensemble, I was accompanied by the wonderful percussionist Charlotte Mabrey and piccoloist Sarah Jane Young.

NOT A SINGLE SEED OF REMORSE

you, drunk, behind the wheel of your car last summer—

before i went to new york, before i knew you well enough to know

 

            this would not be the last time

 

me, in the passenger seat, screaming

   slow down, slow down

you, jumping—

     60

            to 70 to

                        80—

            down roosevelt boulevard

 

the only time you shaved your face all the way to the skin

 

                                    not a single seed of remorse

 

   keep a little stubble, i tell you now

   you don’t understand and i don’t say

   you’ve forgotten all about this night

 

you didn’t slow down until you had enough of my crying

you                  stopped            in the middle of roosevelt boulevard

          yelled

                                    get out, get out of the car

 

            i looked behind, no one coming

i pleaded         no, please. i’m not getting out. please drive. please drive.

 

i sat crying                  you shouting through a grin

 

stopped            long enough to have been hit by a car going 50

long enough to be knocked out the windshield and onto the hood

long enough for this to be my lasting image of you

 

you started the car, revved the engine, enjoyed its purr

—jumping from

     60

            to 70 to

                        80—

 

            not a single seed of remorse

 

not a single god damn one

I created a lesson plan for Trio House Press based on my interview with David Groff about his book Clay. I specifically focus on Groff's use of sound in his poem "Muscalure."

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