This project was made possible by the people of Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Sincere thanks goes to all of the interviewees and contributors to Track. Special thanks to Ben Stone for providing direction when Track was just a glimmer of a possibility. Thank you to Seo Kim for working with me to develop an editorial assignment for the Advanced Digital Illustration class, which provided incredible additions to Track. Thank you to my classmates at MICA, my writing teachers, and my thesis advisors for providing instrumental feedback and moral support. My deepest gratitude goes to Will and the rest of my family for their support and faith in me.
Abbott Miller Jennifer Cole Phillips Ellen Lupton Andrew Losowsky
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