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TILT/SHIFT

CLIENT
Koffler.Digital, Koffler Centre of the Arts

TEAM
Letticia Cosbert Miller, Curator
Natasha Whyte-Gray, Designer

ROLE
Responsive Graphic & Interactive Web Design
Social Media Campaign

FEATURED ARTISTS
Mariam Magsi
Shelley Niro
Kosisochukwu Nnebe
Carol Sawyer



TILT/SHIFT

CLIENT
Koffler.Digital, Koffler Centre of the Arts

TEAM
Letticia Cosbert Miller, Curator
Natasha Whyte-Gray, Designer

ROLE
Responsive Graphic & Interactive Web Design
Social Media Campaign

FEATURED ARTISTS
Mariam Magsi
Shelley Niro
Kosisochukwu Nnebe
Carol Sawyer


TILT/SHIFT

CLIENT
Koffler.Digital, Koffler Centre of the Arts

TEAM
Letticia Cosbert Miller, Curator
Natasha Whyte-Gray, Designer

ROLE
Responsive Graphic & Interactive Web Design
Social Media Campaign

FEATURED ARTISTS
Mariam Magsi
Shelley Niro
Kosisochukwu Nnebe
Carol Sawyer



TILT/SHIFT

CLIENT
Koffler.Digital, Koffler Centre of the Arts

TEAM
Letticia Cosbert Miller, Curator
Natasha Whyte-Gray, Designer

ROLE
Responsive Graphic & Interactive Web Design
Social Media Campaign

FEATURED ARTISTS
Mariam Magsi
Shelley Niro
Kosisochukwu Nnebe
Carol Sawyer



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Created for Koffler.Digital (Koffler Centre of the Arts), TILT/SHIFT is an interactive digital publication in which four photographers consider the implications (political or otherwise) of self-portraiture, grappling with subjectivity, performance, & visuality.

 

 
 
Created for Koffler.Digital (Koffler Centre of the Arts), TILT/SHIFT is an interactive digital publication in which four photographers consider the implications (political or otherwise) of self-portraiture, grappling with subjectivity, performance, & visuality.

 

 
 
Created for Koffler.Digital (Koffler Centre of the Arts), TILT/SHIFT is an interactive digital publication in which four photographers consider the implications (political or otherwise) of self-portraiture, grappling with subjectivity, performance, & visuality.

 

 
 
Created for Koffler.Digital (Koffler Centre of the Arts), TILT/SHIFT is an interactive digital publication in which four photographers consider the implications (political or otherwise) of self-portraiture, grappling with subjectivity, performance, & visuality.

 

 
 
Created for Koffler.Digital (Koffler Centre of the Arts), TILT/SHIFT is an interactive digital publication in which four photographers consider the implications (political or otherwise) of self-portraiture, grappling with subjectivity, performance, & visuality.

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TILT/SHIFT was curated by Letticia Cosbert Miller, the Director of Koffler.Digital, & it was designed & coded by myself in the spring of 2019.  

TILT/SHIFT was curated by Letticia Cosbert Miller, the Director of Koffler.Digital, & it was designed & coded by myself in the spring of 2019.  

TILT/SHIFT was curated by Letticia Cosbert Miller, the Director of Koffler.Digital, & it was designed & coded by myself in the spring of 2019.  

TILT/SHIFT was curated by Letticia Cosbert Miller, the Director of Koffler.Digital, & it was designed & coded by myself in the spring of 2019.  

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CONCEPT & IDENTITY

CONCEPT & IDENTITY


The final concept for the publication logo references the literal meaning of the title, "TILT-SHIFT" – a term used to describe the method of changing the orientation and/or position of the camera lens by movement. The logo itself repeatedly changes orientation to reflect processes of constant physical & conceptual manipulation in photographic practice. 


The final concept for the publication logo references the literal meaning of the title, "TILT-SHIFT" – a term used to describe the method of changing the orientation and/or position of the camera lens by movement. The logo itself repeatedly changes orientation to reflect processes of constant physical & conceptual manipulation in photographic practice. 


The final concept for the publication logo references the literal meaning of the title, "TILT-SHIFT" – a term used to describe the method of changing the orientation and/or position of the camera lens by movement. The logo itself repeatedly changes orientation to reflect processes of constant physical & conceptual manipulation in photographic practice. 

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RESPONSIVE &
INTERACTIVE DESIGN

RESPONSIVE &
INTERACTIVE DESIGN

RESPONSIVE &
INTERACTIVE DESIGN


Over the course of this project, I worked with the artists' written & visual work to create interactive web experiences. Across its components, the project is designed responsively to be accessible on all screen sizes.


Over the course of this project, I worked with the artists' written & visual work to create interactive web experiences. Across its components, the project is designed responsively to be accessible on all screen sizes.


Over the course of this project, I worked with the artists' written & visual work to create interactive web experiences. Across its components, the project is designed responsively to be accessible on all screen sizes.


Over the course of this project, I worked with the artists' written & visual work to create interactive web experiences. Across its components, the project is designed responsively to be accessible on all screen sizes.

My conceptual framework for the design & interactivity is based on the politics & vulnerabilities of self-exposure discussed in each essay. Through the act of scrolling, the user manually unveils each portrait embedded in the publication as the artist discusses their very process & relationship to self-exposure. 

My conceptual framework for the design & interactivity is based on the politics & vulnerabilities of self-exposure discussed in each essay. Through the act of scrolling, the user manually unveils each portrait embedded in the publication as the artist discusses their very process & relationship to self-exposure. 


My conceptual framework for the design & interactivity is based on the politics & vulnerabilities of self-exposure discussed in each essay. Through the act of scrolling, the user manually unveils each portrait embedded in the publication as the artist discusses their very process & relationship to self-exposure. 

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RESPONSIVE &
INTERACTIVE DESIGN

RESPONSIVE &
INTERACTIVE DESIGN

RESPONSIVE &
INTERACTIVE DESIGN


Over the course of this project, I worked with the artists' written & visual work to create interactive web experiences. Across its components, the project is designed responsively to be accessible on all screen sizes.


Over the course of this project, I collaborated with 5 artists, curators, & writers to create interactive web experiences & bring their ideas to fruition. Across all of its components, the project is designed responsively to be accessible on all screen sizes.


Over the course of this project, I collaborated with 5 artists, curators, & writers to create interactive web experiences & bring their ideas to fruition. Across all of its components, the project is designed responsively to be accessible on all screen sizes.

My conceptual framework for the design & interactivity is based on the politics & vulnerabilities of self-exposure discussed in each essay. Through the act of scrolling, the user manually unveils each portrait embedded in the publication as the artist discusses their very process & relationship to self-exposure. 


My conceptual framework for the design & interactivity is based on the politics & vulnerabilities of self-exposure discussed in each essay. Through the act of scrolling, the user manually unveils each portrait embedded in the publication as the artist discusses their very process & relationship to self-exposure. 

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ENGAGING SOCIAL CAMPAIGNS

TILT/SHIFT was marketed & distributed through various social channels: Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter.

I created the project's content & marketing materials with a focus on motion graphics, alluding to the project's user experience design.

ENGAGING SOCIAL CAMPAIGNS

ECONOMIES OF CARE was marketed through various social platforms: Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter.

I designed the content & produced the marketing materials for each platform. On launch, it became our most popular digital program at the time, outperforming all other programs since Koffler.Digital’s inauguration in 2015. 

ENGAGING SOCIAL CAMPAIGNS

ECONOMIES OF CARE was marketed through various social platforms: Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter.

I designed the content & produced the marketing materials for each platform. On launch, it became our most popular digital program at the time, outperforming all other programs since Koffler.Digital’s inauguration in 2015.