The Visual Dictionary of Sociology
A three year labor of love, the Visual Dictionary of Sociology is a student-faculty partnership that aims to turn complex sociological terms into vibrant and engaging pieces of art.
This project came out of the Jackman Humanities Scholars-In-Residence program that occurred virtually in 2020. I worked with five other emerging artists, supervised by Professor Laura Bisaillon, to create art around the theme of medical inadmissability in Canadian Immigration Law.
The UTSC Digital History Project
The UTSC Digital History Project (known as the Scarborough Oral History Project) is an ambitious attempt by Professor Christine Berkowitz and her team to capture the essence of the University of Toronto Scarborough as an institution with a rich history. I offered my services as an artist, attempting to turn the content and insights they'd collected into rich and detailed artworks.
The UVoice Project
UVoice is a digital space that encourages student voices and experiences affected by the pandemic.
The X-Practice Project
X-Practice Project is a Guelph-based, collaborative, multidisciplinary youth arts incubator, funded by the Ontario Arts Council. This Saturday, the group will unveil its culminating project: Revealing The Unseen, an interdisciplinary and multimedia exhibition honouring the past, present and future of our community and our world.
UTSC Sociology Graphic Design
As the resident artist and graphic designer for UTSC's Sociology Department I created a range of promotional material, graphics and content for both digital and printed mediums.