Digital Exhibit: The Bombing of Hiroshima
Published in 2021 for a Museum's class.
This is a digital exhibit that includes artifacts from the Enola Gay flight and the aftermath of the bomb. This exhibit also brings to light the missed opportunity of the Enola Gay exhibit that was shut down at the Smithsonian
I created and designed a story map that outlines the "ripple effects" of Frederick Douglass's impacts on the communities he visited throughout 1840's to 1890's.
The map is interactive for viewers to be transported to each location and learn about Douglass' impact there.
published November 18th, 2022
Published Short Film: Behind The Bronze
Now Playing at the T. Morris Chester Research Center in McCormick Riverfront Library.
I began this project in September 2022, interviewing project creators and the site itself. The final product was completed in December of 2022, but was not published on the official site till February 2023.