Hi! I’m Delaney.︎


I’m a visual designer and creative technologist looking to turn stories into beautiful and immersive experiences.

Currently: in my second year at NYU’s Interactive Media Arts program, designing for tech@nyu, and writing for NYU’s Center for Multicultural Education and Programs within the Office of Global Inclusion.

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09 NYU COMMUNICATIONS CLUB
2022-2023

NYU Communications Club


NYU’s CommClub is a collective of passionate student contributors who explore media and culture in its many forms. The club works alongside the Media, Culture, and Communications department to make sure each member is informed, prepared, and confident to enter the field of media through networking opportunities, career development, and guest speaker events. At the beginning of the fall 2022 semester, I was selected as a content creator for the club and have been writing articles and culture pieces for the website ever since! Along with writing each piece, I also design the cover art for each article.


A Portrait of a Central Park Musician


NOVEMBER 14 2022


ROLE: Author, Graphic Designer
TOOLS: Adobe Illustrator

For my first CommClub feature, I decided to write a piece about my interview with one of Strawberry Fields’ eleven resident musicians, James Dalton Baker. Along with my written piece, I decided to design a collage using photos that I took after our interview that includes some of the highlights from our conversation. I had a really good time working on this piece and experimenting with the kind of multimedia storytelling that I hope to further continue through my future work!



















We’re Not Really Strangers (Warning: Feelings May Arise)


DECEMBER 8 2022
ROLE: Author, Graphic Designer
TOOLS: Adobe Illustrator

For my second piece, I was inspired to write about ‘We’re Not Really Strangers’, a question-based card game created in 2018 designed to empower meaningful human connection through the power of vulnerability and deep conversation. I found myself fascinated by the idea of a physical card game with such a simple premise being capable of creating such meaningful conversation. I think the success of the game and its unique online presence can also tell us something about the kind of things our generation craves in an increasingly digital, yet disconnected world: our desire to form more meaningful and sincere connections with the people around us.







The Strangers Project Wants to Know Your Story


MARCH 23 2023

ROLE: Author, Photographer

After encountering the Strangers Project one day while walking through Washington Square Park, I was inspired to write about story of the piece and its impact. I found myself so fascinated by the project’s mission and approach to storytelling as someone who has always been passionate about art and media that fosters empathy and understanding of our shared human condition— an aspect that seemed to form the core foundation of the Strangers Project.







Teenager Therapy’s Gael Aitor on Authenticity in Media and Growing Up With Your Audience


APRIL 27 2023

ROLE: Author

For my most recent CommClub piece, I interviewed Gael Aitor, one of the creators and hosts of the podcast ‘Teenager Therapy,’ in a chat about the challenges of staying authentic in an industry obsessed with perfection, as both creators and members of a generation growing up with unprecedented access to the internet and online media. Discomfort and vulnerability are the very essence of their podcast’s mission, and it was incredible to be able to talk to someone who I had been listening to grow up alongside me since my freshman year of high school. This was definitely one of my favorite pieces that I’ve written!



Hi! I’m Delaney.︎


I’m a visual designer and creative technologist looking to turn stories into beautiful and immersive experiences. 

Currently: in my second year at NYU’s Interactive Media Arts program, designing for tech@nyu, and writing for NYU’s Center for Multicultural Education and Programs within the Office of Global Inclusion.

MORE ABOUT ME︎︎︎