How can collaboration be a catalyst for making?
These pieces were made using parts collected from myself and Lauren Armstrong
The pieces designed used many different kinds of parts that another person and I collaborated on. Using her objects and mine I designed many different posters but only two were chosen to present in my Design studio. As a designer it is critical to study different forms and connect them together to design a composition that is integral and finished.
This is a collaboration video series directed and created by Ingrid Nelson and I. This project was created to celebrate the beauty in black hair, and inform others on its unique greatness.
We made this promotional video, to focus on curating content around the natural hair's intersection with history, art, identity. Haircare is self care: Healing, Creative and Communal.
This is an on-going project so stay tuned to what else is to come from Ingrid and I. Until then, enjoy our promotional video and small video series.
As the Design Editor for The College Hill Independent I constantly work with other computer science majors, illustrators, writers, and editors to design the newspaper every week. I also take part in designing the platform for the website with copywriters. These are issues that I have worked closely with managing editors and writers to develop every week. If you are a bit more interested please check out our website here!
This was an exhibit that we as juniors had to design for our design studio III. It was really implemented to help us work together, as a class and design a space which all of our work would not only interact well with other work, but also interact with users and viewers. We were broken into 4 groups, and we all had different parts of the show to work on. I worked with the take-away group, and we were in charge of creating a feature which people could walk away with. Something that reminded viewers of the space, and gave them a chance to interact more physically with things in the space. We also designed a map, which showed where the artists worked from observation to create the actual work in the exhibit. Photographs taken by Tasnima, her website is here .