Stuff I made

Positive Spaces, Healthy Places report

One of the very first projects I worked on at the OHTN was the final report for the Positive Spaces, Healthy Places study. Taking on this project meant jumping into a research study that had been going on for over a decade, studying the imagery that previous designers had developed, poring over research papers and slide decks, and working with a committee of people who lived and breathed this work each day. The responsibility to represent them faithfully was staggering.

I completed the writing, design, typesetting, and layout for the final report in close collaboration with study researchers, building on the work of those who came before me and hopefully doing them justice.

Positive Spaces represents the best of what Ontario’s HIV sector can achieve through collaboration, community-based research, and sustained engagement, and I feel very proud to have been a part of this project, even tagging on at the very end.