bronzeville, little tokyo 
A presentation of original multi-media work inspired by an overlooked moment in history known as Bronzeville. For a brief period in the 40’s when Japanese and Japanese-Americans were interned during WWII and African-Americans moved into Little Tokyo, this area was known as Bronzeville. To honor this period, FORM follows FUNCTION and Visual Communications present a special two-day program featuring an interactive media installation & open mic, a 360° virtual reality presentation, and a live Jazz performance on Historic First Street North on the weekend of April 29 and 30, 2017. Bronzeville, Little Tokyo is a program of the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and the second installment of FfF Interactive, a neighborhood-based immersive media initiative of FORM follows FUNCTION.
Bronzeville, Little Tokyo is funded by California Arts Council. Thanks to the support of Little Tokyo Service Center +LAB.
INTERACTIVE little tokyo! 
A spatial, interactive multi-media exhibition that celebrates the diverse histories and viewpoints that make up the downtown Los Angeles community, Little Tokyo. Using virtual reality (VR) storytelling techniques and historic site-specific projection, Interactive Little Tokyo! aims to bring new interest on Little Tokyo’s rich legacy, stories of which are often overlooked. Presented as part of the 32nd Annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival in partnership with Visual Communications, Interactive Little Tokyo! is the first installment of FfF Interactive, a neighborhood-based immersive media initiative of FORM follows FUNCTION.
SHELTER: RETHINKING HOW WE LIVE IN LOS ANGELES
An exhibition featuring architecture proposals for new forms of housing along the LA River and Wilshire Boulevard. Featured at the Architecture & Design Museum Los Angeles.
A STREET / A RIVER 
A video installation for "SHELTER: Rethinking How We Live in Los Angeles" posing the question, "How do people relate / adjust / adapt / coexist with a street and a river in flux?"