Teaching

I love teaching students about design, typography, & doing work that matters.

As an adjunct graphic design professor, I encourage students to bring their unique perspectives to their work without losing sight of the audiences they are designing with and for. I aim to enable students to connect their work to the greater design culture—both historical and contemporary. I also strive to share my passion for craft and impress upon my students the power that design can have on our world.

Thesis Research and Writing, Graphic Design MA
Adjunct Professor co-teaching course with Tony Venne,
Maryland Institute College of Art
Summer 2019

Workshop, Graphic Design MA
Adjunct Professor, Maryland Institute College of Art
Spring 2017–2019

Practice-Based Studio, Center for Social Design
Teaching Assistant to Becky Slogeris,
Maryland Institute College of Art
Fall 2016

Typography 2
Adjunct Professor, Stevenson University School of Design
Spring 2016

Typography 1
Adjunct Professor, Maryland Institute College of Art
Fall 2014–2015

Graphic Design 2
Teaching Assistant to Mark Sanders, Maryland Institute College of Art
Spring 2015

Typography 2
Teaching Assistant to Ellen Lupton, Maryland Institute College of Art
Spring 2014

Poster Design & Print
Teaching Assistant to Kim Bentley, Maryland Institute College of Art
Fall 2013


Marwen
Teaching Artist Assistant for printmaking, graffiti typography, and drawing classes at a visual arts non-profit that educates under-served 6th–12th graders
2011–2013


Student work gallery coming soon...