PRESS, PUBLICATIONS, & PROJECT REPORTS
Holder, Sarah. A Controversial Fix for Overdose Deaths: Safe Injection Sites. Published in CityLab (9/5/2018)
KTVU News. City Leaders Tour Mock Safe Injection Site. Video (8/29/2018)
Fracassa, Dominic. SF Demonstrates How Safe Injection Sites for Drug Users would work. Published in SF Chronicle (8/29/2018)
Levin, Dorothy. Empowering others to lend a loan. Published by Adaptive Path Medium ( 3/27/2018)
Scruggs, Greg. Seattleness: A Cultural Atlas, a required handbook for everyone who lives here. Published in the Seattle Stranger (11/2/2018)
Hall, Erica. Creating a Culture of Health Through Cross-Sector Collaboration. Published by Civic Hall Labs in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (3/30/2017)
Kempson, J., Hatfield, T., & Ross, N., Seattleness: A Cultural Atlas. Penguin Random House (2018). Co-author of book using primary and secondary research to graphically visualize Seattle’s unique characteristics.
Created while Co-Founder at Framework
Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA Public Space Center Action Plan (2015)
Lake to Bay Inventory and Opportunities Vision (2014)
Third Avenue Concept Plan, Research & Strategy (2013)
Third Avenue Concept Plan, Design Prototypes (2013)
Publications created under Hampton (maiden name)
Hampton, J & Fialko, M. Activating Alleys for a Lively City: Seattle Integrated Alley Handbook. (2011) Collaboration with Gehl Architects, University of Washington Green Futures Lab, and reviewed by City of Seattle.
Hampton, J & Hatfield, T. Holding Patterns: Generating Ideas for Temporary Use of Seattle’s Vacant Lots. (2011) Publication produced for the City of Seattle Design Commission.
Sim, D., Risom, J., Villadsen, K., Hampton, J., Morrison, J., Urban Mobility: Moving freely throughout the city. (2010) Publication presenting the importance for connected mobility systems in cities, produced at Gehl Architects.
Rottle, N., Hampton, J., Fialko, M. & Wimble, K. Public Space | Public Life: Seattle Waterfront Public Realm Inventory Baseline. (2010) Produced through the University of Washington Green Futures Lab and distributed to Seattle Waterfront design team for early site analysis.
Hampton, J. Is there room for community in gentrifying urban areas? Community Greening Review. (2009) American Community Gardening Association, New York City, NY. Fall Journal.
Block, D., Birgen, J, Chavez.,N., Hooks, F., Hampton, J., Finding Food in Chicago and the Suburbs: The Report of the Northeastern Illinois Community Food Security Assessment (2008). Chicago State University Neighborhood Assistance Center / University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health / Chicago Community Trust.
Carleton, R. A., Grant, K. E., Sajous-Brady, D. L., O’Koon, J.,Davis, T., Roache, N., Armstrong, M., Poindexter, L., Katz, B. N., Meza, C., & Hampton, J. Stressors and psychological symptoms affecting low-income urban youth: Specificity effects. (Manuscript under preparation)
FELLOWSHIPS & SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
Instructor, University of Washington (2014 - 2016) “Investigating the Fringe” Research & Design Colloquium with the University of Washington College of Built Environment and workshops with the UW Department of Sociology and Cornish College of the Arts
Design Fellow, EYEO Conference (2014) Conference investigating the intersection of arts, technology & data visualization
Design Fellow, European Union’s Urban IxD Project (2013) Sole US participant in multidisciplinary EU workshop connecting technology, arts, research, placemaking and human experience.
Presenter, Environmental Design and Research Association Conference. Presentation (2012) Emergent Placemaking: Activating Environments through Installation & Design