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Hello Friends and Followers! Please check out my final presentation from my second year of grad school at the Dynamic Media Institute at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Hello my name is Cori, I’m a self-proclaiming JAP. Alt. Prep
For our second Analog Sunday Event, the Dig Boston gave us a nice write-up. Read the story here: https://digboston.com/occupied-what-are-you-missing-while-youre-scanning-insta/ For our third event happening this Sunday, the Harvard Crimson has reached out to send a reporter to check out the scene! This is all very exciting for Mo (my co-host) and I! Hope to see … More Analog Sunday, gaining local exposure
Hello, My name is Cori and this week I am a little sexier and a little more mysterious. Doesn’t that gold shine? Doesn’t my hair color look divine? Someone once told me my freckles look like constellations. I think it would be neat to get a tattoo and connect some of them together. Did you … More Week 3 Self Portrait
Hello, my name is Cori and I am a basic bitch who works in an office. Aren’t my eyes pretty though? My hair color looks divine. XOXO
I’m currently working on my final project for my elements of media class. I am designing a do not disturb sign for my office that incorporates an Arduino with a sensor that reacts to a movement for an extra layer that calls extra attention to anyone who approaches if my flag is raised in my … More Work in progress
Just dreaming big ideas and feeling inspired by my college road trip from 2009. No GPS, no smartphones, no problem. Day one, my 1998 Honda CRV’s radiator cracks just outside northern San Francisco. We end up somewhere off Cesar Chavez Blvd late that night. We meet a dude who just got back from Burning Man … More Installation concept: CRV breakdown 2009
At work, I have been carrying an extremely heavy load for the last few weeks. I feel like the light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer, but my work is yet to be done. I wanted to share this recent piece that we mailed out to over 40,000 people. There are two … More Surprise/Delight vs. Everyday Whimsy