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Displays & Installations

Junk to Funk Trashion Collective
Public Installations

Portland International Airport 

Coordinated six-month-long display of select trashion garments from previous Junk to Funk Runway Show Competitions.    


"Single Use Disposables: Convenience or Conundrum?" 

Conceptualized, directed, and created messaging for three-month-long installation in vacant retail window space in downtown Portland, OR.  Trashion garments were created out of the three most thrown away packaging products in the world; plastic bags, paper coffee cups, and plastic beverage bottles.

Installation included a website featuring infographics, Pinterest pages for the inspiration of each of the garments, and videos of the problem product and the artist process of transforming the product into trashion art.

Sponsors: Portland Development Commission, City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, Oregon Association of Recyclers, Boothster and funded in part by the Regional Arts and Culture Council.

Website: junktofunk.org/present_trashion_action.


"The Story of Fashion", Portland Fashion Week 

Conceptualized, directed, and created messaging for living installation at Portland Fashion Week's opening night.  Installation featured curated trashion garments created out of waste textile materials.


"A Celebration of Portland's Ban on Plastic Bags"

Conceptualized, directed and created messaging for installation in vacant retail window display in downtown Portland, OR.  Trashion garments were created out of plastic bags, celebrating Portland’s 2011 decision to ban plastic shopping bags at major grocers and certain big-box stores.

Display included artist demonstrations of their creative process of making the garments during exhibit installation.


Oregon Convention Center

Sustainability Wall

Project team member in transformation of facility's sustainability wall from award showcase to exhibit display. Display features photographs, infographics, and narrative to increase the reach of the facility's sustainability story to clients, potential clients, attendees and members of the community.  


Electric Vehicle Charging Station

Directed design and generated messaging for mural project in facility's parking garage to bring awareness to the new electric vehicle charging stations.