Hilary Kadallah Burrowes

I'm not Jewish, but I like to think that I have quite a bit of chutzpah.

The purpose of the project was to create a slogan and image to help “sell” a particular poet to a “board of directors” who would choose the poster poet for the Romantic age. 

Our group was given Percy Byshe Shelley, who was a known atheist. 

The basis for the image is the classic evolution picture; however, this particular post on Deviant Art was used as a start. 

Intimidation: The project was to create intimidating self-portraits.

As the African proverb goes “it takes a village to raise a child”, and luckily in the case of Columbia’s exchange students, it’s a global one.

Fairly simple, the project was to create a men’s shoe ad. I may redo it in the outside world eventually, but it’s just so cold. 

The North Face Escape

Popout: The objective was to take film images and give them a 3D quality by separating the photos into layers.

Multiplicity: The objective was to Photoshop a person into a single shot multiple times. 

What better way to celebrate the All-American Labor Day than to pay for over charged junk food and watch souped up race cars bolt through your city’s streets?
For the past two years, Virgin Fest has sold out of tickets in less than five minutes after going “on-free.”
White Blue

Color Worlds: The purpose of the project was to capture images of the same color type and manipulate the levels to become similar. White / Blue