Vancouver

Bikeride

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In Bikeride, the canine point of view is presented in relation to the urban landscape of Vancouver. Bikeride is informed by the everyday activities with dogs, Tom and Sugi. The project details the canines’ actions in relation to urban geography as they run through the city beside the artist riding her bike. Bikeride emphasizes the dog as an urban animal in  landscape continuously in flux. The soundtrack is composed from sounds of the city and dogs recorded during the rides.

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Pronto: An App For Community Engagement

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A recent study by the Vancouver Foundation found that social isolation was the single largest concern for residents in the Lower Mainland. Furthermore, many individuals living in Metro Vancouver are "retreating from community life" (Vancouver Foundation, 2012).

As designers, we hoped to capture an opportunity to help eliminate social isolation through encouraging users to engage within their communities while also providing an accessible and convenient method to do so. It's getting out into the community and taking part in social activities that sparks engagement and creates the possibility of change. As a result, we created Pronto: an app that personally invites users to local, real-time events that mach their specific interests.  

 

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Pacific Centntral

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A photo montage of numerous analog images of Pacific Central Station in Vancouver.

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Vancouver Convention Centre's Living Roof

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I wanted to direct the story of the site in a way that it highlights its contribution to the present community in Vancouver as well as reflect the importance of what once was on this site. For years, the Convention Centre has been a key icon for Vancouver’s International Relations. The Convention Centre’s construction further redefined itself among the International Community by integrating the largest living non-industrial living roof on their building.

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C O M M U N I T Y

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Video I filmed & edited for Emily Carr University. "Community" based portfolio theme

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Glassy Vancouver

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Glassy Vancouver was a third year typography project to brand the City of Vancouver. The assignment parameters involved creating a logo and using it on various print and online outlets. A branding book was also created to provide guidelines for appropriate logo usage.

The logo was inspired by the book “City of Glass” by Douglas Coupland. It is meant to emulate the look of the city as well as represent the many facets and diversity that is Vancouver. 

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The Long Table Series

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Justin Hay, Theunis Snyman, Laura Kozak, Alexandra Mitchell, and Joshua Welsh

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Branding Vancouver

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Branding Vancouver is a project that involved creating a brand image based on a conceptual theme. The approach taken emphasized diversity, energy, culture, and the westcoast experience -- qualities that epitomize Vancouver. 

A versatile brand was established by creating a logo with 4 different states of formalness -- it could be used on an array of applications from formal documents to festival posters.

 

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Kitsilano Pool / 1.5 Meters

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Kitsilano Pool /1.5 Meters is a miniature collection of photos I took around the Kitsilano Pool. It was a project made for my fourth year Print Production class. 

 

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Zero Waste for Pet Waste

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This project is a motion infographic informing pet owners of Metro Vancouver about the issues of pet waste in landfills and how to reduce and manage the waste through several proposed solutions. It is based upon the City of Vancouver’s Zero Waste Challenge.

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