This was an abstract vector project that I created in college. The task was to vector a politician, place her in the desert, insert Dali's mishapen egg in the background, and add text from the Surrealist Manifesto.
Produced in Professor Larry Andrews' "Film 171A - Sound Production" course at UCSC, this autobiographical sound piece captures the honest conlifcting thoughts of a young woman who is Vietnamese, Chinese, and Mexican: Viexicanese. The audio project explores a series of fragmented memories and interrupted epiphanies that stem from "the bus," a significant public space where the artist's identity was constantly challenged as a child. The medium perfectly lends itself to the visual imagination and allows listeners to explore the complex layers and echoes inside the mind of a young woman who is consumed by her multi-ethnic backgrounds.
My sound piece, Viexicanese, has been screened at:
Design for the UCLA Volunteer Day 2016-2017 impact report. Click here for the full PDF report.
I have designed professional, high-quality reports for digital and print release. Click here for an example of a digital impact report I created using InDesign.