A short storybook project for Mythology & Folklore class in my senior year of college. It follows a dejected and emotionally-broken interpretation of the Japanese goddess Amaterasu and her observations and impressions of various tales from different mythologies through a mystical mirror.
A term paper done for my Gaming History class in my senior year of college. This paper considers gameplay mechanics, development process, and interpretations of sexuality of the video game Bayonetta and its titular heroine to pose the argument of empowerment through sexuality.
One of two graphic novel critiques for Understanding Graphic Novels during the winter intersession of my senior year. This examines graphic novel form and content, as well as theories thereof, to understand how Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim graphic novel series engages the reader in what ways and for what purpose.