The Legacy Museum
One of the highest privileges of my career has been to work with the Equal Justice Initiative to craft the harrowing story of racial oppression in the U.S. into the first museum of its kind. I jumped at the opportunity because I knew I had a lot to learn and I wanted to become a better citizen.
EJI and its director Bryan Stevenson brought a clear vision: draw a single throughline from enslavement, through racial terror lynchings and Jim Crow-era segregation, to the contemporary machine of mass incarceration.
On the Local Projects multi-disciplinary team, I served as lead visual experience designer on the project from strategy through installation, overseeing all aspects of design and production.