Fly over the Brooklyn Bridge with “City Explorer”: an interactive tour of New York City, installed at the NYU Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital. The game installation gives children a chance to visit eight classic NYC locations and manipulate them using special powers. Awarded by the SEGD in 2019.
This animated skyline illustration created in collaboration with Potion Design and Mental Canvas. (Look closely and you’ll see a self-portrait of me painting on the bridge.)
Central Park through the seasons. Animation and set illustration for the digital interactive children’s game: City Explorer, a wall sized installation at the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, NYU Kimmel Pavilion. The children can wave their arms and change the seasons by knocking leaves off the trees, and then, make them bloom again.
The installation was awarded by the Society of Experiential Design (SEGD) in 2019. Read the post HERE.
Created with Potion Design. Client: NYU Hassenfeld
“Most dear to me are the shoes my mother wore when she first set foot on the soil of America.” From: I Was Dreaming to Come to America: Memories of the Ellis Island Oral History Project (Viking Press.)
Illustration for interactive Donor Wall, Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, at the NYU Langone Kimmel Pavilion building. An animated tree composed of 72 individual cut paper leaves on an ink and watercolor base. Client: NYU/Potion Design
Set design and two character designs for the interactive Children’s Wall at the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, in the Kimmel Pavilion building at NYU Langone. Client: Potion/NYU Steph Goralnick, Creative Lead
“He looked across the ballroom, and saw a radiant Cinderella entering the room.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)
“While Cinderella worked, her Step-sisters spent their days learning to be refined young ladies of Society.” From Cinderella: the Tale of the Glass Slipper. Adapted and illustrated by Veronica Lawlor. (Full PDF available on request.)