Georgetown University Library Showcase

Spring 2022

Spiritual Spaces is a mini-series from Akil Cole and Kelvin Doe, two members of Georgetown University's Black Interfaith Fellowship.
I had let my love of photography go for a while and only recently got back into it. I rarely make it down to DC and wanted to focus on the urban infrastructure and pops of colors one sees, even when it's rainy in a very urban area.
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This course website houses blogs on course readings, podcasts on contemporary books, and StoryMaps researching the Middle East in an effort to bring research and resources to the public.
The story is really weird, it's about a group of monsters trying to figure out what a human looks like... but they do a bad job of it. This was my final project for my animation class.
Triptych is a short narrative film hovering between the drama and experimental genres. Recovering from a hangover and an unsettling dream, Maria struggles to go about her day as she gets wrapped up in a whirlwind of her own imagination.
For this video project, I went around D.C. to ask residents whether or not they liked their jobs and why they chose that particular career path. I wanted to do this type of interview-on-the-street video because for the last couple of years, "The Great Resignation" has bombarded our screens which is a phrase explaining why an increasing number of Americans are quitting their jobs since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Photos taken in DC using a Library DSLR camera.
This program capstone project is a case study of the catastrophic US response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Financial Manhattan Project to end the War and Win Rebuild by establishing an Asset Ownership Standard.
What can we dream of? What could the future be? Following Jane Goodall's example, this podcast focuses on hope, imagination, and understanding of our place in a vast world.
A wooden arcade running on a Raspberry Pi with RetroPie installed
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Graphic Design students created Postmodern Punk Posters inspired by Spagnuolo Gallery’s Punk Visual Culture Exhibition: ultimate hybridity DIY + Maker Hub + Adobe

Fall 2021

A fieldwork assignment for a Global History course that uses historiographical methodology to study library sources and objects.
I have a large collection of vinyl records and I needed a place to store them. So in my free time, I made this vinyl record holder.
To thank the donors who make our program possible, we laser engraved log slices to make a festive holiday ornament.
A laser cut and hand-painted original design for someone special.
This project is based on research into the peri-Urban district Kisarawe in Tanzania where roughly 30% of girls have skipped school due their periods.
In this inaugural episode of the Core Pathways podcast "Pathways for People and Planet," my colleague Clio and I organized and produced this discussion on Indigenous knowledge and relations to land movements and the climate crisis.
I created this project during my digital photo class. It was during an outdoor activity to just practice taking photos out with our cameras and see what comes of it especially during the editing process. I actually never got to show my professor or peers this photo, but it stuck with me.
Two courageous women attended all-male Georgetown's medical school in 1880. Learn about their lives and legacies in this short documenary on the trailblazing visionary physicians Dr. Annie E. Rice and Dr. Jeannette J. Sumner.
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On December 1, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a case concerning a Mississippi law that bans abortions after fifteen weeks of pregnancy. The law contradicts Roe v. Wade, which prohibits states from banning abortions before fetal viability at approximately twenty-three weeks.
"This animation showcases a blind pianist (The Dreamer) who takes an epic but mental voyage across the ocean. Through his playing, he is able to experience a phenomenon that he would otherwise be incapable of because of his disability.
This was a personal reflection on my lived experience throughout 2021.
This project is a video created for the 1634 Society's website to educate members of the Georgetown community about the Traditions Day event that the 1634 Society hosts annually in October.
I created "Holy Crepe" as the final project for my Introduction to Animation class. The video was created using an under-the-camera stop motion animation technique and consists of more than 1000 individual pictures.
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A gift for my grandmother. She's the reason I love my plants!
This is a 3D printed lithophane heart of my dog Kirby
This project is about making a thing that showcases one of my favorite writers and activists: Angela Davis. The purpose of the stamp is to make a a ton of prints for my friends to spread awareness of a key figure in the Black Power movement of the 60s and 70s.
How does anesthesia cause retrograde amnesia? Resources from the Maker Hub will allow us to better understand the process of forgetting.
A vibrant sunflower bag that wards off cloudy days
The Handless Music Binder is a 3-ring binder designed for musicians that allows a performer to turn pages of sheet music handsfree.
Painting of musician Cartola inspired by a photograph in the Sodré collection of photographic negatives of Brazilian musicians.
"The newly founded female empowerment organization is building sisterhoods of support for women and girls in the DC community," and by compiling all of my journalistic pieces that I wrote throughout the semester about the organization, my storymap presents a cohesive story of what P.R.O.M.I.S.E. (HER) is all about!
I mapped food poverty in Philadelphia using ArcGIS software while reading Marcia Chatelain's book Franchise.
What's in a name? A local high school tries to answer that question as they ask themselves: who deserves the honor of representing their community.
"Sleeptime with Brady Condon" is the latest segment of the Hilltop Show.

Summer 2021

A large viewfinder to shine a light on images of monuments combined with critical photography

Spring 2021

In our world today, it can seem silly and tremendously difficult to remain hopeful. But what does hope even mean?
Our collective body of human knowledge and wisdom, rooted in different ways of knowing, seems to point to a need for collective healing which will take holistic intentionality, intersectionality, and courage in design.
Inspired by studies on indigenous epistemologies and indigenous languages, I sought to apply a critical speculative lens in creating an artistic work that offers one response on how decolonizing technology may look in concrete action.