2face is a series of visual explorations on the ways identity is abstracted, represented, and classified by data.
RGD Bell Media Award for Typography (Digital)
By using facial recognition imagery, digital identifiers, and tracked movements on a map, this video paints an image of a disembodied person through the eyes of data surveillance. The typography and motion graphics are tied together to illustrate the topic with a sense of rigidity and fluidity at the same time.
Translating from Print to Motion
Prior explorations in print became the basis of the video. As I reflected on recent print work, I noticed that the two explorations below touched on similar themes but in contradictory ways — like two ends of an argument. Bringing them together helped push both concepts, creating a fuller picture.
Accordion book using reflective covers + layered transparencies.
Large format posters. Typography made using a mixed analog + digital process.