“A Teach In For Asian Americans in America” was my final project for my Integrated Studio Visual Culture class at Parsons School of Design. I created a short film based off the narration from a booklet I found during my visit to the archives of The Museum of Chinese in America. In addition, I also recreated iconic photos from the late 1960s/early 1970s era of the Asian American Movement.
A Teach In For Asian Americans in America
My first collaboration shoot, using photography and fashion to address the discourse surrounding sexual assault. The featured garments highlight preconceived notions people have surrounding sex, fashion, and consent.
Model/Fashion Designer - Zorina Wong
Film - Colt Hartman
Makeup - Aasha Faroher
From Ximending to the Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan is filled with young people, unique fashion, and the latest trends. Having an interest in comparing Asian fashion with American street wear, I took my camera to the streets to document the new millennial age.
Double exposure is a collection of images that I created during my senior year of high school for my independent study project. I wanted to portray the effect of double exposure that occurs in film photography, which is when an image is taken on top of an image already developed on the film. In order to achieve this effect digitally, I took two images, overlapped them and changed the opacity in Photoshop.