Faculty Sponsor

Jen Bracy

Date

2018-06-01

Abstract

As an inspired young designer, I spend a lot of my time questioning identities. Whether it’s my own identity or a clients, I have found solace in submerging myself into forming and developing engaging concepts and ideas. As a visual learner, I think of graphic design as the best form of problem solving - first concept, and then design. Throughout my design and sociology studies, I have developed in-depth methods of concept building through ethnographic and qualitative research to create brands, interactive media, illustrations, and beyond. I think a lot about human nature, sex and relationships, life and death, social problems and politics, and often reflect these ideas throughout my personal work. My interest in these subjects allows me to transform concepts, problems, and theories into visual solutions.

Type (DCMI Terms)

Text; Image; StillImage

Type

Presentation

Language

eng

Department

Art

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