Cincinnati neighborhood Over-the-Rhine is in the midst of a small renaissance. Development in the area has driven crime rates down, raised the tax base, introduced new business, and more. Yet despite these benefits, or perhaps because of them, there is little public discussion about what these changes mean to the neighborhood's current population, the majority of whom are low and fixed-income.

Created over a six month period, this short-form documentary was delivered as my undergraduate thesis for my Bachelor of Science in Design degree at the DAAP college in the University of Cincinnati.

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