The Small Housing Summit was a one day conference which explored densification of single-family neighbourhoods. Though there is no “one size fits all” solution for the Vancouver housing crisis, this summit looked to redefine zoning regulations to allow alternative housing which could contribute to the affordability of Vancouver. Promotional interviews and videos were developed, along with digital animation, to promote and encourage participation in the event. Creating the graphics and giving them life was my role in this endeavour. This project was an incredible opportunity for self-growth —acting as an introduction to digital animation after developing a strong skill-set in hand drawing. I spent two weeks beforehand learning how to operate Adobe AfterEffects. This resulted in a new skill acquired which went beyond my design training. More so than anything, this project supported and solidified my desire to learn new techniques and approaches to storytelling through design.
In Collaboration With: BC Tiny House Collective, Smallworks, Jen Muranetz