Beans Are Bullets and Of Course I Can!
An Exhibit of War-Era Food Posters from the National Agricultural Library
Work samples from a variety of graphic design projects including professional and freelance projects.
Long-term performance using the skills of a former CIA disguise technician to trade haircuts for artwork and other items.
Images from summer 2008 teaching with Putney Student Travel in Amherst, MA. Screen shots of our Facebook group page (a handy teaching tool), “Cory’s Food and Culture Class.”
I was the subject of an artist-produced publication, to which I also contributed a written reflection piece. View images of the finished collaborative art project and a few photos from the experience of meeting with the artists and authors.
Images from summer 2007 teaching high school students of Putney Student Travel on a study abroad trip to Oxford, London, Paris and Tuscany.
Printed under the direction of Henry Wessel in his photography course at the San Francisco Art Institute.
While in graduate school, I held two positions at P&P. I worked full-time digitally photographing glass-plate negatives from the George Grantham Bain Collection (for JTT). I also completed an archives practicum with the curator of the poster collection, Elena Millie. The following semester, I interned at the Smithsonian Museum of American History where I digitized sketch books and other materials of Ralph Baer, the inventor of the video game.
During the five years I lived in San Francisco, I volunteered regularly for the National Park Service as a docent on Alcatraz Island. I conducted many behind-the-scenes tours, led school groups from SFAI and worked on a few graphic design projects to benefit the island and the Park Rangers.
Selections from the archive.