HYDROTENSION

Hydrotension is a story of the over one-hundred year relationship between the City of Los Angeles and the Owen's Valley. This began when William Mulholland constructed the Los Angles Aqueduct and transformed the dry desert of Los Angles into the second largest city today. For this project I developed a book, poster series, and spatial / interactive sculpture. Through all of these elements, I communicate the story of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, from its conception, struggle between farmers and the city, to the future of water in Los Angeles.

MENTORS: Brad Bartlett AND Miles Mazzie

 

SPATIAL / INTERACTIVE DESIGN

 

POSTERS

 

BOOK DESIGN

 

PHOTOS

 

Tools: Adobe After Effects CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe InDesign CC, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Canon T3i, MadMapper, Processing, Projector, Kinect Camera