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I decided at the last minute to keep some of his things. I felt like I was kind of saving him, bringing him home with me.

Little editorial piece written by Lynn Charlton with the Spinoff

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Roa & Long Distance Life
The Spinoff
2022—05, NZ

For the thousands of students in NZ their tertiary experience has been heavily impacted by Covid-19. For international students, that impact has meant separation from family, friends and familiarity.

Little editorial piece written by Sherry Zhang with the Spinoff

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Everyman Cinemas
2021—10, UK

Working with Everyman Cinemas, we created a little illustration for their social media on the Nutcracker production by The Royal Opera House

snow floats effortless
as feathers fall gradually—
swept under a tree

Sunk into his seat, eyes rested—yet keenly present, he pondered his position amongst Fukurō-gumi and his ever-waning health. The responsibilities he would not be able to uphold for the many under him; the responsibilities for his family, his children; the responsibilities to his nation he'd have to lay to rest.

To him the passing of time held weight, that what he was doing was important.