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Research Replication



Shown is the original research image and then the hand drawn replication I completed for a Graduate History of Design Styles class.

Original - The Prophet Moses Stained glass window

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Original - Hellenistic Period Gold Earring

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Original - Duncan Phyfe Couch

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Final Rendering

Unrealized scenic design for Twelfth Night

Click here to view my research plates and progress photos for this project

Final Rendering

Scenic Design for Violet Final Rendering - Using Photoshop

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Concept Statement 

Unrealized scenic design for Lysistrata

Ground plan and rendering are shown below

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Click here to view my research powerpoint for this project

I decided to place Lysistrata in Washington, DC in 1968 during the Vietnam War. Washington, DC was the center for the largest Vietnam War protest assembly, gathering between 15,000 and 20,000 people, making it very important. I decided to make the front of the Capitol building take the place of the Acropolis. There are many different levels and platforms, therefore portraying the different levels of power in the play. The women are placed higher up in parts of the play, showing their power of fate of the war over the men. There are also many protest signs and banners that fill the walls of the scene to accentuate the war and the want for women for it to be over. The signs are white with red writing. The red indicates the Vietnam patches and buttons worn during the war as well as the flag colors of both Vietnam and the United States. The stone that makes up the Capitol is a marble. It is a dull brown and grey color to not take away from the costumes and the signs. 

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Lysistrata Ground Plan

Lysistrata Rendering

Stagecraft project to build a desk


Click here to view my step-by-step powerpoint for this project

Due to COVID19, I was to produce a project at home for my Stagecraft class. I decided to build myself a desk. Below is the powerpoint depicting my drafting plans, materials used, and a step-by-step on how I built this.

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