Masters of Science in Surface Imaging Thesis Exhibition 2019 The Head and the Heart
At the culmination of my time in the Masters of Science in Surface Imaging program at Philadelphia University I was tasked with designing an exhibition at the prestigious Center for Architecture in Philadelphia. The concept for my show was The Head and the Heart. The arts and technology are sometimes seen as two opposing, irreconcilable forces. My aim was to explore that opposition and attempt to break down the barrier – using traditionally harsh, technical and masculine processes to create an organic and feminine collection.
Surface designs inspired by reading and wanderlust. Digitally collaged drawings, paint strokes, book pages, and photographs. Digitally mapped in a cafe space.
Empire State Building
New York, NY
Art Deco inspired Donor Wall commemorating the original 1920s contributors to erecting the Empire State Building. Brass and black brass with engraved type. Three dimensional decorative header top the wall. It is located on the second floor and is seen by up to 8,000 visitors per day.
Peconic Bay Medical Center
Aluminum and translucent blue 3Form acrylic material with CNC cut logo and title lettering. A custom user interface showcases photos, an event calendar and categories of donor recognition.
NYPD Harbor George
College Point, NY
Custum CNC cut duranodic letters with an aluminum finish for the facade of NYPD Harbor George.
Carroll Hospital Foundation
Donor wall design constructed with natural oak and Decotone acrylic laminate. Custom photo collages were made to fit around the bottom of the 360 degree design. Finished with aluminum CNC cut logo and title letters sprayed black. I've included select screenshots from the User Interface I developed for their ELO touch screen.