Photographed and designed a book for Green Villain. I used both film and digital formats to capture the spaces. This book contains murals that were created between 2014-2017 through theGreen Villain Mural Program. Recently Green Villain has completed 40 murals spanning across Jersey City, Manhattan, and Brooklyn.
Reimagining places and events in gradients. Printed on vellum.
We Can Sit Here...
We can sit here.
We can sit here and look at the same thing.
We can sit here and look at the same thing and we’ll never look at the same thing.
Experience. Memory. And perception. They work together. Experience is the beginning of it. You sense it—you feel, you taste, you smell, you touch. This is the event, however without memory to capture the senses, the experience is meaningless. Perception is predicated on experience and memory—however feeds directly back into experience, and perhaps memory.
It is a cycle.
Sharing, matching, and mismatching memories. Photos in the book have memories written on cards. People can interact with the book by pairing my written memories with a photo in the book. To see what photo my written memory matches with, you must shine a blacklight to reveal the corresponding page number.
Think See Make Act
Worked alongside Boston University School of Visual Arts to create a set of informational deliverables for prospective students. Instead of creating separate pieces, I designed folding poster fit to be sent easily by mail. The poster (the front side) folds down into an informational booklet about the school's offerings. The backside of the poster are the pages of the book.