During my final semester of undergrad, I had the opportunity to take a course called Black Data. We learned about systematic oppression through data visualization- how its history is marred by stealing ideas from minorities, how it's used to communicate difficult ideas to the masses, and how individuals are using it to prevent history from repeating itself.

I learned to collect data, interpret its implications, and organize it into digestible designs that communicate significance. Students created various projects around a topic of their choice for the semester. The following work is two projects I designed based on pandemic research.

Special thanks to our professor, Silas Munro, for his dedication to education, awareness, and kindness.


Project 1:
2D, 3D, & 4D Models Comparing Covid-19 Statistic Geographically



Project 2:
Semester-Long Research Project on Covid-19