Teaching

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

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.

Typography 3
Adjunct Professor,
Maryland Institute College of Art
Fall 2020

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, 2018, 2019, & 2020

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, 2019

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