"When the Rubber Meets the Road in Human-Centered Design" published on The Whiteboard, the Stanford d.school blog (2016)
"What Happens When Nothing Happens" —a non-fiction essay written during my Levinthal Tutorial at Stanford University (2016)
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the body eccentric - a photography exhibit
Inspired by walt whitman's poem "I Sing the Body Electric", "the body eccentric" is a ten-print photography exhibit that challenges our preconceptions about beauty and what we consider to the "perfect" human form. The collection was chosen by the Art & Art History Department at Stanford University to be a student showcase exhibit in Fall 2014.
35mm black and white film photography, silver based prints. Developed and printed by hand.
"Rainfly" is an original song I created with my good friend and fellow Stanford student Mark O'Meara. I wrote the lyrics over his melody, both of us ultimately aiming for a Simon & Garfunkel-esque ballad that explores a retelling of the relationship between Dorothy and the Tin Man.
Sound recording and editing by Joel Chapman.