Another audio recording for the same course, this time emulating National Public Radio’s This I Believe audio essays, describing what I believe in and how my expectations and actual outcomes helped shape how I interpret the meaning of life. The recording can be listened to through this link, along with transcript below: I believe in … More This I Believe (2016)
As a child, I often drew pictures that combined several unrelated genres together—machines against dragons, science against magic, anything that would not necessarily belong together in conventional storytelling. But I believe that makes unconventional storytelling all that much appealing to audience wanting to find a fresh perspective. I wanted to express that sentiment within this … More Blast Off Your Mind (2016)
The original intention for this work was to have the first image serve as a template, with the following three images printed with the character transparent save for accessories. Each image would then be layered on top of the template to instantly create a world around the character, allowing limitless theme varieties. We’ve always wanted … More Where in the world is Danny? (2016)
A data visualization made for health-related topic involving the lack of healthy eating options in Georgia, areas termed as food deserts. The visualization was also accompanied with an audio recording emulating National Public Radio’s All Things Considered broadcasts, with my focus towards social commentary. The recording can be listened to through this link, along with … More Technical Narrative (2016)
This illustration was a product of studying civic engagement for professional writing and communication skills development, investigating practical problems across various a range of subjects. The following infographic outlines the safety issues faced by Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) and the possible solution proposed by our particular team.
One of the short student films made for an assignment at Georgia Tech. Although filming was a group effort, post-processing itself was an individual work, with each student responsible for submitting his or her own editing and sound effects. Nonetheless, the filming aspect took a major part in the assignment and the process went as … More Lost and Found (2014)
Another stop-motion project I made with fellow classmate Milos Facius for one of the courses in Georgia Tech, depicting the realistic portrayal of a bear struggling to feed his family in a modern era. This was a follow-up project to the Blue Shell and the Hare, now with bigger ambitions to demonstrate what we learned … More A Bear’s Life (2014)
A short stop-motion project I made for one of my courses in Georgia Tech, detailing the classic tale of the Tortoise and the Hare, except with a twist. The blue shell itself refers to a power-up item found in a racing video game series Mario Kart, which attacks whoever is in first place for significant … More Blue Shell and the Hare (2014)