Exercise in Form and Movement - I was tasked, using basic shapes, lines and dots, to convey movement for a visual design course last semester. The image is a trace of two kids performing Capoeira.
The Bed - I put this together in the early stages of interface design for the Imaging Atlanta project studio at Georgia Tech. I was looking for a way to express the alternative uses of a bus stop in my neighborhood.
This collage is comprised of pictures taken for an interactive panorama (http://gigapan.org/viewGigapan.php?id=644) and scanned lines from Georges Perec's Species of Spaces.
ASL Fingerspelling Chart - This was designed as a supplement for SciTrain (http://www.catea.org/scitrain/) an NSF funded web course for secondary science and math teachers working with students with disabilities.
Using the fundamentals acquired from my visual design course, I made a finger spelling chart that is neatly organized and very legible. It is intended to be used either as a printout or as an on-screen reference.
Jamaican Music - Origins and Influences - Charged with mapping a space with which I was familiar, I chose to map Jamaican music, its sub-genres and their origins and influences.
Jamaican Music - Dub - As part of my mapping project I chose to "zoom-in" on one of the sub-genres of Jamaican music. Here I've presented "The Dub District." The streets feature the names of influential dub producers and studio musicians.