"My mom doesn’t understand heartbreak because she’s never had her heart broken. She’s always been the one to break hearts, the one to close the door on people, the one to say goodbye."
"Typically, sports provide an outlet for society to escape political pressures. However, the United States’ triumph over the Soviet Union in men’s hockey during the 1980 Winter Olympics seemingly had the opposite effect."
"The movement side grew out of an unexpected spatial circumstance in my life, an impromptu movement problem of sorts."
A poster series "designed not only for sighted viewers, but also readable for blind and visually impaired ‘viewers’"
"To what extent can a still image really be held accountable for influencing the standpoint of a nation and its growing disenchantment with the Vietnam War?"
"My uncle said he was fine with me writing a biography of him, but in an email, he wrote, “Any biography of me would be fiction. Even if I were to write it myself! I don't know me that well!'”
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend protagonist Rebecca acknowledges the unhealthy nature of her actions while blatantly excusing said actions time and time again. She knows better, and she doesn’t."
A tryptich "to translate the imagery of a crisis abroad into our immediate visual lexical here in the United States."
"In the female-dominated environment of Sephora, men’s behavior in can shed light on standards of masculinity"
"Both are on the cusp of something: Elio is about to enter manhood, and Oliver is letting go of the last impulses of boyhood. In this hazy becoming and un-becoming, they find each other, and what seems to make them different also makes them exactly the same."