Here’s an infographic for Panorda’s B2B site about how smart speakers have dominated the music market. It’s pretty fascinating that the main reason people buy smart speakers is to listen to music…either while being with other people or while doing chores. Smart speakers might just get our faces out of our screens and into more conversation.
This was a very fun project and I really enjoyed the process of illustrating this one. I did most of it while traveling through Dublin. You can view the project here.
CDC Data Visualization
Here’s a few pieces of work from my time at the Center for Disease Control. I do alot of data visualization, illustration, infographics, powerpoint presentations and generally taking information and turning it into pretty designs. I love being at the intersection of data and design.
Facebook's Volatile Year
I created this infographic for nerds like me going to a conference. This one is a bit out of my comfort zone, but I really enjoyed making that big dynamic graph in the middle. That’s my favorite part.
For a grad school application, I was prompted to make a set of infographic memoirs. I took 5 different books that changed my life and made them into deeply personal infographics.
One of the books that really had an amazing impact on me while I was traveling was Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins. It was all about living life to the fullest and it was exactly what I needed after coming out of Christianity and the south.
These are my favorite two of the five because I got out of the computer screen to make these.
Fun poster for a drag show here in Atlanta
New Personal Project
This is a sample of a new project I’m working on and have been dreaming up for a few months now. I’m hoping to start publishing in January 2019. Stay tuned for updates…
Kathmandu and especially Patan, where this photo festival took place, is a massive, intricate maze of alleys and gullies. Miles of tiny streets make this city's unique web the most confusing and wonderful place to navigate.
PKTM (Photo Kathmandu) is an exhibition treasure hunt. With over 18 exhibitions and 7 slideshows held in alley ways, parks within gullies, hidden temples and private homes, we needed a way to show foreigners how to get to each exhibition. Dropped pins were clues and the map was a key to the hunt. By far, my favorite part of the festival was hunting down these exhibitions and seeing exhibitions in their local nook. Someof the locations were spectacularly nestled in gardens, within clusters of homes, inaccessible by car or motorcycle.
On a professional level I learned so much. I designed print materials, 8 x 12 feet large for sides of buildings and temples. It was an incredible challenge.
I created this infographic (both print and online) for an amazing organization in Nepal called dZi (pronounced zee). They do incredible work and I really enjoyed working on this piece.
Here’s a bunch of infographics I did just for the hell of it that never saw the light of day.
Infographics for Change
I worked with IWMI (International Water Management Institute) in Sri Lanka on a few projects a while ago. Here’s a few of those infographics. The bottom ones are A0! Almost six feet tall!