After graduation from the Multimedia sequence at UNC-Chapel Hill‘s School of Journalism and Mass Communication, 21 fellow Tar Heels and I embarked on a journey to Ecuador’s Galápagos Islands to document the stories of the people who inhabit the infamous isles. I designed and developed this bilingual site, including a 3D-modeled map interface and a custom video player, from start to finish using object-oriented ActionScript 2. The map interface allowed us to integrate the video documentaries as well as various photographs and informational graphics. All of this would have been much easier with a reliable Internet connection and without the distractions of island life and constant sea lion barking. The project was a finalist for the 2010 South by Southwest Interactive awards.
I created this full-page cover for a special advertising section in The Daily Tar Heel.
May the fizz be with you.
I created this full-page infographic to commemorate the anniversary of Apollo 11.
Click that ass.
Just a little something to encourage American tourists to consider visiting North Korea.
Photography for print advertising
Doing it right.
Highlighting the hottest spots on campus… with spots.
See what I saw.
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