Using spatial audio and flexible video projection, our team created an immersive typographic Shakespearean experience to reimagine traditional theater. My role was to create a series of motion graphics, designed to work together in an installation alongside audio recordings (utilizing both spatial and locational audio). Each piece uses the text from selected Shakespearean works (including passages from a Midsummer Night’s Dream, As You Like It, and Merchant of Venice as well as Sonnets 12/ 18 / 73/ 98 / 99 /130) to create engaging visuals, which were projected onto a series of hanging scrims.
Meaghan Dee is a dog-loving typography nerd who is both a practicing graphic designer and a design educator. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Illinois in Graphic Design and her Master’s of Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University in Visual Communication Design. Her primary design foci are typography, branding, user-experience design, editorial design, and packaging.
AIGA GRADE Awards,
American Advertising Federation Awards,
Graphic Design USA Awards,
SECAC award for Outstanding Professional Achievement in Graphic Design,
University & College Designers Association (UCDA)