Corcoran Gallery of Art   /  Modernism: A Chronology 1914–1939

Researched, designed, fabricated, and installed in collaboration with the senior class of the Corcoran College of Art + Design, this exhibition timeline features major historic, cultural, and design developments during the Modernist Era.

  • The entrance to a modular timeline designed, fabricated, and installed in collaboration with the Corcoran College of Art + Design’s senior class.
  • Featuring major historic, cultural, and design developments during the Modernist Era, the timeline flows down an L-shaped corridor.
  • Design developments are rendered in black and white silhouettes. Other events are represented with copyright-free imagery.
  • The 1927–1930 panels.
  • A view of the timeline looking toward the beginning.
  • A detail of the 1939 panels.
  • Visitors to the timeline.

Corcoran College of Art + Design   /  Viewbook

This book within a book promotes the art school within an art museum experience to prospective students and their families.

  • This Corcoran College of Art + Design viewbook’s non-traditional format serves as a metaphor for the “art school within an art museum” experience.
  • The large book establishes the mood of the campus through interviews and design-driven compositions. The small book provides details of school programs.
  • A spread from the large book is composed of details of work from the fine arts department.
  • An interview with a graduate reveals the influence of education on her career.
  • Details of page reveals typographic and ornamental detail.
  • A spread on student housing features photos of life on campus.
  • Posters by five graphic and digital design students.
  • The design department chair introduces the program and curriculum.
  • Details of page reveals typographic and ornamental detail.

Other projects completed for the Corcoran include:

  • Sargent and the Sea, exhibition graphics