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Curriculum Vitae

Associate Professor

  1. The College of Saint Rose, Fall 2013 – Present
    Graphic + Media Design, Visual Arts Department
    Responsibilities include full teaching load, committee participation, curriculum development, student academic advising, and student group advisement.

Assistant Professor

  1. Sage College of Albany, Fall 2011 – Spring 2013
    Graphic + Media Design, Visual Arts Department
    Responsibilities include full teaching load, committee participation, curriculum development, student academic advising, and student group advisement.

Full-time Instructor

  1. Ringling College of Art + Design, Fall 2006 – Spring 2011
    Graphic + Interactive Communication
    Responsibilities include full teaching load, committee participation, curriculum development, and First-Year GIC mentor.

Assistant Professor

  1. University of Denver, Fall 2003 – Spring 2006
    Electronic Media Arts Design (eMAD), School of Art & Art History
    Responsibilities include full teaching load, committee participation, curriculum development, incoming portfolio review of prospective graduate and undergraduate students, and advising 15-20 undergraduate students.

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR

  1. Lesley University, Fall 2001 – Spring 2003
    Graphic Design, Art Institute of Boston
    Taught two courses per semester, advised the design department on curriculum development pertaining to digital media, and participated in semester portfolio reviews.

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR

  1. Massachusetts College of Art + Design, Fall 1999 – Fall 2002
    Graphic Design, Communication Design Department
    Assisted one full-time faculty member as a teaching assistant, taught one course per semester, and participated in semester portfolio reviews.

PARTNER/CREATIVE DIRECTOR

  1. 2COMMUNIQUÉ, Albany, NY, September 2003 – present
    The design studio develops projects for regional and national clients focusing on editorial design, whether it’s for the print or digital medium. Projects include various print, interactive, motion and identity components. Partial client list: AIGA Colorado, AIGA Upstate New York, Aspect Press, Cate School, Colorado Rural Electrical Association, Colorado Country Life, Corporate Legal Times/Inside Counsel, CXO Media, Emerson College, Harvard University, McKinsey & Company, Noble & Greenough, Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, Science News, Shinn & Company, Telluride Publishing, Touchstone Community School, Tufts University.

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

  1. Chris St.Cyr Design, Boston, MA, December 2000 – August 2003
    Specializing in interactive and print design, the studio analyzed each project, determined the most effective means for visual communication, and delivered final design solutions that had visual clarity, integrity, and sophistication. Partial client list: American Motility Society, Haley & Steele, Massachusetts College of Art + Design, Project Bread, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Tufts University.

DESIGNER

  1. Thoughtbubble Productions, Boston, MA, June 2000 – December 2000
    Working in a team-based company saw interactive projects through from concept to information architecture to user interface design. Also art directed multimedia designers in the creation of motion graphics elements of websites.

ART DIRECTOR

  1. Cadmus Custom Publishing, Boston, MA, April 1996 – December 1998
    Designed and art directed multiple publications including Continental Airlines’ Continental, Private Screening, and 777 Entertainment Guide. Assisted with the development and design of the initial company website.

DESIGNER

  1. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Reading, MA, June 1992 – April 1996
    Designed and produced book jackets for hard cover and paperback versions of publications for the General Books division. Customized book cover designs for clients of the health care line of books. Designed and developed the initial website for the General Books Group.

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

  1. Planet Dexter, Reading, MA, July 1994 – April 1995
    A Satellite of Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
    Produced the first two series of books for the launch of the Planet Dexter line of publications. Worked with editors, printers, and product manufacturers to design appropriate packaging for the book and supplemental educational objects. Extended the design of the series of books established by design consultants Skolos-Wedell.
  1. Master of Fine Arts, May 2000
    Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Boston, MA
  2. Bachelor of Fine Arts, May 1992
    University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
  3. Associate in Applied Science, May 1990
    Chamberlayne School of Design & Merchandising
    at Mount Ida College, Newton, MA

FOUNDATIONS

  1. CAMP I + II (Core Art and Media Program), University of Denver
    A freshmen course, the Digital Design segment of CAMP is an introduction to the formal aspects of design with an emphasis on the computer as a process tool and environment.
  2. Digital Imaging II, Sage College of Albany
    This course continues to develop the technical and creative skills introduced in Digital Imaging I with an emphasis on the fundamentals of the meaning of images and vector images.
  3. Image + Color, Ringling College of Art + Design
    This freshmen course introduces students to the basics of color systems and the making and manipulation of images.
  4. Intro GIC, Ringling College of Art + Design
    This freshmen course introduces students to the basic foundations of form and space with respect to 2D design. Projects start as simple studies that evolve into more complex compositions.
  5. Intro Web, Ringling College of Art + Design
    This freshmen course introduces students to the basics of web design and development. Key topics include sequential structures, organizing information, navigation design, and web-specific production techniques.
  6. Language of Form, Art Institute of Boston
    Sophomore level course introduces students to the design process and form of composition, sequence, and interaction.
  7. Sequential Design, Ringling College of Art + Design
    This freshmen course is an introduction to sequence as a key component of communication design. Both the printed page and onscreen motion sequences are explored.
  8. StudioLab, The College of Saint Rose
    An introductory non-majors, topic-driven art course that addresses the power of visual literacy to cultivate creative, innovative thinking, and communicate ideas about culture, history, identity, and the future. Through a hands-on studio practice, experimentation and research, students create works that investigate and interpret visual topics. Students will learn how to use materials, develop content, and make connections to other areas of study. Coursework pushes creative boundaries, promotes discovery, and emphasizes techniques that encourages students to see aesthetically, act creatively, think critically, and make lasting contributions to a larger world.

INTRODUCTORY

  1. Design with Type I, Ringling College of Art + Design
    A sophomore level course that introduces students to grids systems. Projects begin with type-only compositions and end with an integration of image and graphic elements.
  2. Graphic Design I, Massachusetts College of Art + Design
    A sophomore level course that acquaints students with graphic design principles of hierarchy of information, creative problem solving, and text/image interaction and meaning.
  3. Graphic Design I, Ringling College of Art + Design
    A sophomore level course that acquaints students with graphic design principles that build off of the first year experience. Topics include graphic translations, text/image interaction, creative problem solving, semiotics, and visual rhetoric.
  4. Graphic Design I, Sage College of Albany
    An introductory course in which students become familiar with the basic tools, techniques, and terminology of the graphic designer. Students learn to integrate form and message to solve visual communication problems.
  5. Graphic Design II, The College of Saint
    A continuation of GDI, this course builds on the skills and techniques learned in the first semester with a series of visual communication problems. The development of a concept and its communication is stressed.
  6. New Media Design I, Ringling College of Art + Design
    A sophomore level course that acquaints students with time, motion, and sound as part of the digital design environment. Topics include interface design, audio/visual feedback, user experience, and digital design process.
  7. Sequential Design, The College of Saint Rose
    Students will explore design systems that incorporate typography, color, image, motion, and interactions. Those design systems will be applied to motion, user interface and interaction design sequences.
  8. Type & Design I, Sage College of Albany
    This course introduces students to the anatomy of type and the typographic space. Students explore type as an element of design, using both individual letters and blocks of text.
  9. Type & Design II, Sage College of Albany
    This course builds upon the fundamentals of type, design, and layout explored in Type & Design I. Fundamentals of typesetting, page layout, and publication design are covered.

INTERMEDIATE

  1. Applications in Graphic Design, The College of Saint Rose
    A series of studio problems designed to integrate the skills and experience from earlier design courses and typography into a range of work in graphic design as it relates to design systems.
  2. Graphic Design II, Massachusetts College of Art + Design
    In this junior level course students investigate design elements such as complex grid systems, page sequencing and designing across mediums. Students are also required to develop their own content for certain projects. (Teaching Assistant)
  3. Graphic Design II, Ringling College of Art + Design
    In this junior level course the main focus is on systems. Color, type, icon and grids are explored through a series of projects. The final project starts in print and crosses over to the screen.
  4. Graphic Design III, Sage College of Albany
    An advanced design course that emphasizes methodology in design. Emphasis is given to research, process, critical evaluation and professional presentation.
  5. Identity + Branding, University of Denver
    This junior level course focuses on the process of conceptualizing logos, developing style guides, and implementing identity systems.
  6. Interaction Design, The College of Saint Rose
    Students will explore design systems that incorporate typography, color, image, motion, and interactions. Those design systems will be applied to user interface and interaction design projects. Relevant digital technologies will be used to create motion and interaction design sequences.

ADVANCED

  1. Advanced Web Design, Ringling College of Art + Design
    In this upper level course students investigates the web design and development process. Students start by defining their own projects. They then develop user personas, collect and write content, design information architecture diagrams, develop wireframe compositions, write and test user scenarios, design the interface, and produce html webpages.
  2. Design for the Internet, Art Institute of Boston
    An upper level course for students of multiple disciplines that concentrates on information architecture, navigation, and interface design.
  3. Designing Social Awareness, University of Denver
    This team-oriented class investigates the development and design of websites for local non-profit organizations with an emphasis on usability and accessibility. Students participating in this service-learning course are exposed to real-world scenarios to understand audience segments, user testing, and the designer/client relationship.
  4. Interactive Zine Design, Ringling College of Art + Design
    An experimental investigation of publication design in an interactive environment. This course focuses on the investigation of the strengths of print and digital media as they apply to content delivery. Students conceptualize, design , and develop a publication that incorporates a strong foundation of type, image, and grid into a screen-based interactive reading and viewing experience.
  5. Internship, University of Denver
    Oversee coordination of seniors and the internship providers. Require students to keep a journal, write a final paper, complete student and supervisor evaluations, develop a professional-level résumé, and collect a portfolio of work created during the internship.
  6. Digital Production, Sage College of Albany
    This course explores the processes involved in preparing graphic work for print and digital media. One publication is designed and produced for both print and tablet formats as the main project for the course.
  7. Type in Motion, Art Institute of Boston
    The course addresses combining typography, imagery, and sound with time and motion to communicate visual messages.
  8. UX Design, The College of Saint Rose
    Students explore all the stages of the user experience design process (strategy, scope, structure, skeleton, and surface). Students conduct research to define their own digital product, organize the project through information design, design user interfaces for interactive systems, and develop an interactive prototype to show a proof of concept for the project.
  9. Web Design, Massachusetts College of Art + Design
    An upper level course for students of multiple disciplines that concentrates on information architecture, navigation, and interface design.

GRADUATE

  1. Interactivity Seminar, University of Denver
    The course explores the various modes of human-computer interaction through articles, discussions, and investigations of interface and interactive tools.
  2. Graduate e.M.A.D. Critique, University of Denver
    The course focuses on the individual student’s work. Conceptual, methodological and theoretical concerns are stressed. Critiques are designed to assist in the preparation and construction of individual thesis projects.
  1. Publishing Your Magazine Online, Designer Magazine, UCDA, 2010
  2. The D Team, Association Publishing, SNAP, 2009
  3. Designer Politics, Association Publishing, SNAP, 2009
  4. The New Delivery, Designer Magazine, UCDA, 2008
  5. 2COMMUNIQUÉ Studio Profile, Designer Magazine, UCDA, 2006
  6. Motion Design: Imagination, Creation, Techniques (student projects), Shanghai People’s Fine Arts Publishing House, 2005
  1. Where are the Black Designers?, Virtual, 2020
  2. Create Upstate, Upstate AIGA, Syracuse, NY, 2016
  3. Create Upstate, Upstate AIGA, Syracuse, NY, 2014
  4. AICAD International Symposium, Association of Independent Colleges of Art & Design, Ballyvaughan, IE, 2010
  5. CAA Annual Conference, College Art Association, Chicago, IL, 2010
  6. MIX 09, Microsoft, Las Vegas, NV, 2009
  7. Next, AIGA, Denver, CO, 2007
  8. CAA Annual Conference, College Art Association, Boston, MA, 2006
  9. CASE Annual for Publications Directors, Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Boston, MA, 2005
  10. Future/History, AIGA, Chicago, IL, 2004
  11. Peak, University and College Designers Association, Vail, CO, 2004
  12. CAA Annual Conference, College Art Association, New York, NY, 2003
  13. TEXTure: Reading/Writing/Sensing, American Institute of Graphic Artists, Boston, MA, 2002
  14. ATE, AIGA + Digital Media Institute at Massachusetts College of Art + Design, Boston, MA, 2002
  15. Design for Film + TV, AIGA, New York, NY, 2001
  16. design.digital, Aspen Design Conference, Aspen, CO, 1999
  1. Quotidian Motifs, Patterns of Engagement, The Albany International Airport Gallery, 2019
  2. Can I Get Fries with That?, Saint Rose Faculty Show, The College of Saint Rose, 2018
  3. Nobles Website, Saint Rose Faculty Show, The College of Saint Rose, 2016
  4. Polatype Transfers, Regional Photo21 Exhibition, 2015
  5. Nobles Interactive Magaine, Saint Rose Faculty Show, The College of Saint Rose, 2014
  6. Marks of High Society, Annual Faculty Exhibition, Ringling College of Art & Design, 2010
  7. Works in Progress, Best of Ringling Student Exhibition, Ringling College of Art & Design, 2010, 2009, 2008
  8. Five Reasons, Annual Faculty Exhibition, Ringling College of Art & Design, 2009
  9. It’s Not Academic, Annual Faculty Exhibition, Ringling College of Art & Design, 2008
  10. Light & Shadow Polaroids, Annual Faculty Exhibition, Ringling College of Art & Design, 2007
  11. Aspect #8: Early Works, Annual Faculty Exhibition, Ringling College of Art & Design, 2006
  12. Polaroid Compositions, Grand opening of Composition retail & gallery space, 2004
  13. Information Architecture, In House: Faculty Triennial, School of Art & Art History, University of Denver, 2004
  14. Interactive Closed-Captioning, M.F.A. Thesis Show, Massachusetts College of Art & Design, 2000
  15. Jury-selected Portfolio Pieces, Senior Art Exhibition, University of Connecticut, 1992
  16. Jury-selected Portfolio Pieces, Student Art Exhibition, Mount Ida College, 1990
  1. Delete the Code, Design the Mode, University & College Designers Association, Union, NY, 2016
  2. Designing Small Things, Design Incubation, North Adams, MA, 2016
  3. All this has Happened Before, Upstate AIGA, Albany, NY, 2015
  4. Creating a Multi-platform Publication, CASE District 1, Boston, MA, 2013
  5. My History with Type, Type Club, Ringling College of Art + Design, Sarasota, FL, 2010
  6. Social Media as Course Communication, University & College Designers Association, Mobile, AL, 2009
  7. Print in Motion, University & College Designers Association, Mobile, AL, 2009
  8. Designing the Edit/Editing the Design, Minnesota Magazine & Publications Association, Minneapolis, MN, 2009
  9. Implementing a Design Strategy, Parenting Publications of America, New Orleans, LA, 2009
  10. Blogs & RSS, Ringling Faculty Day Workshop, Ringling College of Art + Design, Sarasota, FL, 2009
  11. Publication Design: Strategic Publications for Print and Web, National Council for Marketing & Public Relations, Savannah, GA, 2008
  12. Publication Design: Print and Web, University & College Designers Association, Austin, TX, 2006
  13. Exploring Web Publishing, Colorado Rural Electric Association, Durango, CO, 2005
  14. Studio Work & Academic Research, DU ART! Board of Directors, Denver, CO, 2004
  15. Student Projects, AIGA Experience Design, Boston, MA, 2002

PROFESSIONAL

  1. Admissions Advertising Awards
    1. Silver Medal for External Publication, Views magazine, 2008
  2. American Advertising Federation
    1. Gold Award, Lark Street BID, 2018
    2. Bronze Award, Alliance for Better Health Longform Narrative Website, 2018
    3. Silver Award, RPI Capital Campaign Invitation, 2017
    4. Bronze Award, RPI Capital Campaign Print Communications and Microsite, 2017
    5. Silver Award, Noble and Greenough School Admission Viewbook and Website, 2015
    6. Silver Award for Art Direction (Albany Chapter), Touchstone Community School Viewbook, 2012
    7. Silver Award for Art Direction (Albany Chapter), Tufts Magazine, 2012
    8. Silver Award for Art Direction (Albany Chapter), Tufts Veterinary Medicine, 2012
    9. Silver Award for Art Direction (Suncoast Chapter), Shinn & Company Ad Campaign, 2011
  3. AIGA
    1. Honorable Mention, New York State of Design, Touchstone Community School Viewbook, 2012
    2. Honorable Mention, New York State of Design, Tufts Magazine, 2012
    3. Best of Show, Best of New England Show, Harvard Design Magazine—Editorial Spread, 2005
    4. Best of Show, Best of New England Show, Emerson College Othello Poster, 2005
  4. Association Media & Publishing
    1. Design Excellence, Silver Winner, Tufts Veterinary Magazine, 2011
    2. Design Excellence, Bronze Winner, Tufts Veterinary Magazine, 2010
  5. CASE Circle of Excellence Awards
    1. Gold Medal, Noble and Greenough School Admission Viewbook and Website, 2015
    2. Gold Medal, Tufts University Alumni Magazine, 2011
    3. Silver Medal, Tufts University Alumni Magazine, 2010
    4. Silver Medal, Harvard Graduate School of Education Annual Report, 2004
  6. The Creative Club of New Hampshire
    1. Judges’ Choice, Montraldo, 1998
    2. Creative Excellence, Intel Inside , 1998
    3. Creative Excellence, What They Do and Don’t Teach You in Business School, 1998
  7. Folio Show
    1. Gold Winner for Best Redesign (B to B), Inside Counsel, 2006
  8. Print Magazine
    1. Design Excellence, Digital Design Annual, Aspect #5: Joie de Vivre, 2006
    2. Design Excellence, Regional Design Annual, Emerson College Othello Poster, 2004
  9. Rockport Publishers
    1. The Best of Business Card Design 6, Ceres Policy Research, 2004
    2. Letterhead & Logo Design, Street Project Boston, 1998
    3. The Best of Business Card Design 3, CPS business card, 1998
  10. Society of Publication Designers
    1. Merit Award, Design Annual, Inside Counsel, 2006
  11. University and College Designers Association Annual Design Competition
    1. General Excellence, Tufts University Alumni Magazine, 2009
    2. General Excellence, Tufts University Alumni Magazine—Editorial Spread, 2007
    3. General Excellence, Tufts University Alumni Magazine Website, 2007
    4. General Excellence, Point: AIGA Colorado Education Journal, 2007
    5. General Excellence, Harvard Graduate School of Education Annual Report, 2004

ACADEMIC – Student Honors

  1. Sage College of Albany
    1. Vernacular 43, The Off Suits Music Branding by Kathryn Dahlgren, 2012
    2. Vernacular 43, Men of the Kitchen Package Design by Andrew Parkes, 2012
    3. Vernacular 43, Bane Package Design by Jazmin Gage, 2012
    4. Vernacular 43, Wired: Infect the Mind Package Design by Alexandra Farina, 2012
    5. Vernacular 43, Sidewalk Swell Music Branding by Ron Gibbons, 2012
    6. Vernacular 43, Heady Roots Music Branding by Kristina Mahadan, 2012
    7. Vernacular 43, The Plath Music Branding by Jess Ward, 2012
  2. Ringling College of Art + Design
    1. Student Silver ADDY Award, NRML Magazine by Thomas Pregiato, 2012
    2. Student Silver ADDY Award, Filter This Poster by Michael Decker, 2010
    3. Best of Ringling, Phillipe Starck Exhibition Catalog by Celeste Argueta, 2007
  3. University of Denver
    1. Outstanding Service Learning Faculty Award, 2004/05

EDUCATION

  1. Massachusetts College of Art + Design
    1. AIGA Wolfgang Weingart Workshop Scholarship, 2000
    2. Bookbuilders of Boston Scholarship, 1999
    3. International Design Conference at Aspen: Graduate Representative, 1999
  2. University of Connecticut
    1. Design Center, Designer, 1992, 1991 (Selected by portfolio review)
    2. Dean’s List
  3. Chamberlayne School of Design & Merchandising
    at Mount Ida College
    1. Frank T. Wingate Award for student leadership, 1990
    2. Graphic Design Award, 1990
    3. Dean’s List

Ringling College of Art + Design

  1. Faculty Development Grant, $735, NCMPR Presentation, 2008
  2. Faculty Development Grant, $650, UCDA Presentation, 2006

University of Denver

  1. AHSS Tech Fee, $2799, Exploration Workstation Development for Advanced Accessibility Study + Interactivity Research, 2005
  2. Public Good Grant, $4428, Disability Center for Independent Living Accessibility Project, 2004
  3. AHSS Tech Fee, $2799, Exploration Workstation Development for Advanced Inquiry + Research, 2004
  4. Marsico Faculty Service Learning Grant, $1000, Designing Social Awareness, 2003

PROFESSIONAL

  1. Design Category Judge, Captial Region Media Arts Festival, 2019
  2. Education Coordinator for Capital Region, AIGA Upstate NY, 2016 – 2017
  3. Judge, Best Cover Category, Ozzie Awards, 2013
  4. Guest Reviewer, AIGA Student Portfolio Review, Albany, NY, 2013
  5. Judge, Best Use of Photography: B to B Category, Ozzie Awards, 2012
  6. Guest Reviewer, AIGA Student Portfolio Review, Albany, NY, 2012
  7. Judge, Digital Imagery & Feature Design Categories, Ozzie Awards, 2009
  8. Education Director, AIGA Colorado, 2005 – 07
  9. Guest Reviewer, Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design, Portfolio Review, Denver, CO, 2005
  10. Guest Reviewer, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Senior Portfolio Review, Denver, CO, 2004
  11. Design Juror, Rural Electric Association Publication Competition, United States, 2004
  12. Portfolio Reviewer, The Review, Colorado, 2005, 2004
  13. Guest Reviewer, Colorado Art Education Association Portfolio Review, Colorado, 2004, 2003
  14. Board Member, Bollman Advisory Board, Bollman Technical Education Center, Thornton, CO, 2003 – 2006
  15. Guest Reviewer, AIGA Student Portfolio Review, Boston, MA, 2002

ACADEMIC

  1. University/College
    1. The College of Saint Rose
      Reviewer, National Portfolio Day, Fall 2014 – present
      15 Minutes Max Film Festival Committee, 2013 – present
      Academic Technology Committee, 2018 – 2020
      LMS Reviewer, Art & Design Department Representative, 2017
      Professional Development Committee, 2014 – 2016
      VP of Marketing Search Committee, 2014
    2. Sage College of Albany
      Advisor, Vernacular journal, Fall 2011 – Spring 13
    3. Ringling College of Art + Design
      Advertising Design Search Committee, Spring 2011
      Admitted Student Day, 2011
      First Year Curriculum Redesign Committee, Design Group, 2010 – 2011
      Quality Enhancement Plan Committee, 2010 – 2011
      2011 Pre-College Committee, 2010 – 2011
      Common Reading Experience, 2008 – 2011
      First Year Mentor, 2008 – present
      Open House, Portfolio Reviewer, Fall 2009
      Faculty Development Day Planning Committee, Spring 2009
    4. University of Denver
      Internship Committee, 2004 – 2006
      Ammi Hyde Interviews, 2004/05
      Homecoming Parade Judge, 2004/05
      Web Liaison Committee, 2003 – 2006
      ADAPT Conference Development Committee, 2004/05
  2. Department
    1. The Center for Art & Design, The College of Saint Rose
      Strategic Plan Committee, 2013 – 2017
      Sculpture Faculty Search Committee, 2017
      Undergraduate Art Show, Co-Chair, 2015 – 2016
      Graphic Design Alumni Show, Co-Coordinator, 2016
    2. Visual Arts Department, Sage College of Albany
      Visual Arts Tenure Guidelines Sub-committee, Fall 2012
      Mill Street Loft Portfolio Day, Fall 2012
      Technologist Search Committee, Spring 2012
      Portfolio Day Reviewer, Spring 2012
    3. School of Art & Art History, University of Denver
      Promotion & Tenure Committee, 2004/05
      School of Art & Art History Website Development & Design, 2003 – 2006
      Art Foundations Development Committee, 2003/04
  3. Program
    1. Graphic Design, The Center for Art & Design, The College of Saint Rose
      Social Media Coordinator, 2013 – present
      AIGA Student Group, Co-Coordinator, 2016 – present
    2. Graphic + Media Design, Visual Arts Department, Sage College of Albany
      Art Director’s Club Portfolio Reviews, Spring 2012
      Incoming Student Portfolio Reviews, Spring 2012
    3. Graphic + Interactive Communication, Ringling College of Art + Design
      Freshmen Curriculum Development, 2007 – 2011
      Faculty Search Committee, 2007/08
      Helvetica Screening, September 2007
    4. Electronic Media Arts Design, University of Denver
      Graduate Admissions Committee, 2003 – 2006
      Undergraduate Admissions Committee, 2003 – 2006
  1. AIGA
  2. American Advertising Federation
  3. American Marketing Association
  4. Association Media and Publishing
  5. Council for Advancement and Support of Education
  6. Society of Publication Designers
  7. University & College Designers Association