Mistrust and Healthcare
Mistrust and Healthcare is a project exploring various aspects of Canadian healthcare and how the public is losing trust in the system. It explores the treatment of Indigenous peoples, wait times, international healthcare systems compared to Canada, and potential solutions.
Winter - Spring 2022
Negotiating Digital Space
Graphic Design and Illustration Project
My classmate and digital artist, Julia Robinson and I, designed posters and graphical elements for a series of webinars called “Negotiating Digital Space for Culturally Significant Storytelling“
hosted by the Canadian Centre for Mindful Habitats.
Through the Doors
Winter - Spring 2020
"Through the Doors" is a multimedia project about the life of Jordi Bonet from his start as an artist, his emigration to Canada, his rise in Quebec, and his progression through the world of art. It consists of a documentary, illustrations, and writing retelling Bonet's life. It was created by Julia Robinson, Liam Arp, Ben Simmonds, and myself for the course "Basics of Visual Communication". This piece was made in collaboration with the National Arts Centre, the Carleton Immersive Media Studio and Carleton University's Media Production and Design Program.
PUBLIC SOCIAL ISOLATION IN TORONTO
Summer - Fall 2021
In August, I took a solo trip to Toronto. It was the first trip I did entirely on my own. I wanted to record everything to keep track of how I felt during this expedition. I sewed together a sketchbook to take with me and took photos of everything I wanted to remember.
Projects from 2018-2020
Short Graphic Novel
Limitless Ceilings is a short-graphic novel that dives into a boy's journey of dealing with the end of the world as he grows up in uncertainty. Focusing on themes of love and family, the story bases itself on how fear can change the way we communicate and how we call cope differently when facing our ends. Artistically, this graphic novel takes an unconventional multi-media approach to display the rawest emotions it can visually.
The Evolution of a Star:
In the past 40 years, the standards of a postar have evolved drastically
To understand how fans can relate to an artist, we're going to be looking at the fanbase of two artists. These artists, one from 1979 and the other from 2019, have kept their fans for a long time. We're going to break down the evolution of their fanbases; what’s relevant to them in 2019, and what was relevant to them in 1979?
Mural and Photography Project
When people are solo and stuck in an enclosed public space for a long period of time, they attempt to distance themselves from loneliness by trying to find someone to relate to and become distracted with. Awkwardness and formality are exchanged for two-dimensional conversations; no depth is present, but there is...
This mural explores connections one makes on public transportation and the lack of intimacy in a crowd.