Welcome to Narrating Spaces

To shed light on and listen to the narratives of people whose bodily experiences do not conform to the mainstream (with the notion that there is value and knowledge in diversity). Part of my research mission is to further develop research methodologies that acknowledge the multidimensional nature of the human experience. The precedent for this ranges across how a number of disciplines have approached the problems of reporting on embodiment. This nourishes my interest in how I can collaborate across disciplines.

Focus on Quality

In an ideal world this text wouldn’t exist, a client would acknowledge the importance of having web copy before the design starts. Needless to say it’s very important, content is king and people are beginning to understand that. However, back over in reality some project schedules and budgets don’t allow for web copy to be written before the design phase, this is sad but true. We’re here to help, we’ve written examples of web copy for over 40 industries for you to use at concept phase of your projects to bring a little life and realism to your designs and help you think about who and what you are designing for. We want clients and designers alike to think about their graphic design.

Latest Project

Project 2

The work presented is dance-based research into the lived experience of women living and working in the Flint area. It is an attempt to take the body seriously when we talk about women’s work/what makes a ‘good’ job. While policy conversations about employment are ubiquitous especially during election years and there is a plethora of scholarship on all aspects of labor and, the lived experience of working in all its complexities is difficult to capture.

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