Freshmen Generation Stickers at Sugar House Coffee

I’ve had a lifelong love affair with stickers. As a ballet student in elementary school, my mom would bring me stickers for my sticker album on long rehearsal days before recitals. Stickers were a constant impulse buy up until fairly recently (although I still can’t resist any Lisa Frank finds), and even now I always […]

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Toying with Toy Cameras: Holga 135

Last fall I unearthed a Holga 135 at the flea market. For those not familiar with Holga line, Holga was a line of plastic cameras from China introduced in the 1980s and discontinued in 2015. Created to make film cameras more affordable and accessible, but became famous for their lo-fi aesthetics, light leaks, and ability […]

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Les actrices françaises

It’s been a while since I’ve worked on a drawing project! This summer I’m taking French 1010, so I can work on finally finishing my bachelor’s degree. For our final project, we are supposed to write a paper making cultural comparisions between a French speaking country and the United States, and then create art related […]

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Finding Pride at Direct Monthly Online Film Festival

Last year, I spent five weeks in Genova, Italy, where I befriended the members of Gruppo Giovani Arcigay Genova.  While I was there, I interviewed several members about their involvement in the youth group, about the growing LGBTQ community in their city, and about the upcoming Liguria Pride Festival. Liguria Pride 2016 was to be Genova’s […]

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Stand With Us: Reproductive Justice in Utah

Stand With Us is a project for the University of Utah’s Social Justice Documentary Filmmaking course, created by Grace Mathews, Sage Bennett, Meghan McGinnis, and myself. While politicians on Capitol Hill have been working to defund Planned Parenthood on a federal level, Planned Parenthood of Utah has been frequently targeted by the state as well. […]

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I Am Doll Parts

I Am Doll Parts was written in early 2015 as an assignment for a gender studies course. Initially, we were all asked to write papers about our ‘gender journeys’, about what our gender identities mean to us and how these ideas about our identities were formed. From there, we were asked to adapt our essays […]

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