Author: shelley

Illustration: Vellum’s “Not So Far”

Here’s the album art I designed for musician-producer Bella Blasko for her debut release as Vellum with Not So Far. Listen to a sample here. It is being released under Spirit House Records, a label for women and progressive musicians that is co-operated by Bella Blasko…

Collaboration: Folksong in Vermont

In late 2015, I had the opportunity to curate and digitally restore a selection of field recordings from the Margaret MacArthur collection for limited re-release through the Vermont Folklife Center. The collection is one that I have worked with before and is close to my heart,…

Zine Illustration: “The Way is Revealed”

My most recent full illustration, The Way Revealed, is an imagining of different stages of mental anguish through the lens of the Buddhist bhavacakra. The composition is inspired by depictions of magic circles by artists such as Leonora Carrington and in occult woodcuts from old manuscripts…

VR: IntuitiveMetric Prototype

As a side project and a venue for developing assets, I’ve been building a little museum of the metric system. My endgoal is to create a space that employs embodied cognition to help make understanding the metric system more intuitive for non-natives.  

VR: NeuroSomn Project History

The development of NeuroSomn began a little after a year ago, based on a dream I had about an experience not dissimilar from the software. I was just beginning to study neuroscience at the time, and the dream ultimately proved quite useful in visualizing brain structures…