Graphic design and writing are the essence of communication – words make thoughts tangible, and design gives them form. Both disciplines provide a vocabulary to evaluate what makes something “good” and the ability to expand that definition. A commitment to asking questions that encourage students to reflect on their biases and form opinions define my teaching philosophy. For example: What are we looking at? Why are we looking at it? Why do you care? What does it look like? Why?
Current Courses
Teaching Philosophy
Featured Moments
Parsons Communication Design Lecture Series, “Histories In Progress,” September 2022
“What Did the 2010s Look Like?” an anthology and workshop about the near-recent past, January 2020
Core Interaction students created posters for a guest lecturer and we assembled them into a mural, April 2019