Faculty


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Sean Adams

Acting Chair, Undergraduate and Graduate Graphic Design

Sean Adams is the Acting Chair of the Graphic Design Program at ArtCenter. He also serves as Executive Director of the Graphic Design Graduate Program. Adams continues his design practice with The Office of Sean Adams. He is the author of multiple books, and on-screen author for LinkedIn Learning. He is the only two-term AIGA national president in AIGA’s 100 year history. In 2014, Adams was awarded the AIGA Medal, the highest honor in the profession. He currently is on the editorial board and writes for Design Observer. 

 Adams is an AIGA Fellow, and Aspen Design Fellow. He has been recognized by every major competition and publication including; How, Print, Step, Communication Arts, Graphis, AIGA, The Type Directors Club, The British Art Director’s Club, and the Art Director’s Club. Adams has been exhibited often, including a solo exhibition at The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Adams is an author of multiple magazine columns, and several best-selling books. He has been cited as one of the forty most important people shaping design internationally, and one of the top ten influential designers in the United States. Previously, Adams was a founding partner at AdamsMorioka. 

His clients have included The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Disney, Mohawk Fine Papers, The Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Richard Meier & Partners, Sundance, and the University of Southern California.

www.seanadams.design


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Elaine Alderette


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Christina Aumann

Christina Aumann combines contemporary language with typography and antique letterpress printing technologies. She views the letterforms she works with as miniature sculptures with battle scars from the years they have lived through. These imperfections reveal themselves in the prints, adding a human quality to her artwork.

Aumann received a BA in Studio Arts from University of California, Santa Barbara, and her work has been exhibited at venues including Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Brewery Project, and Artworks/Bookarts. She is an assistant professor at ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, and recipient of a 2017 Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography Educators Grant.


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Carla Barr

B.F.A., Art Center College of Design; UCLA
Owner, Carla Barr Design
Former vice president/creative director, Calvin Klein Cosmetics
Art director, Connoisseur
Associate art director, Life, Rolling Stone, Esquire
Publications: IDEA, Photo/Design, PhotoGraphis, Graphis Annuals. Awards: Art Directors Club (N.Y.), Society of Publication Designers, AIGA


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Brad Bartlett

Faculty Director, Transmedia

Brad Bartlett is a designer, artist and educator. He earned his Masters Degree in Design from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1998, graduating with the highest honors. He also holds a Bachelors Degree in Graphic Design from North Carolina State University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. His graduate work at Cranbrook, exploring the relationship of media and culture, was presented at MIT and Fabrica of Benetton in Italy.

He has been an educator at Art Center College of Design since 1999 and was awarded Great Teacher in 2003 and again in 2014, delivering the commencement address to the summer graduating class. Brad is also the Faculty Director of Transmedia in the Graphic Design Department at Art Center, where he has worked to implement transmedia pedagogy and has overseen the development of transmedia courses.

The work of his Los Angeles-based design studio has won numerous awards and has been widely published. In 2012, his work was awarded the Frances Smyth-Ravenel Grand Prize for Excellence in Design by the American Alliance of Museums for the Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment.


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Ania Borysiewicz

www.ladderdesign.com

B.F.A. Art Center College of Design.
Owner, Ladder Design, Santa Monica.
Clients: Fred Segal, Zero Minus Plus, Murad, La Stella, Beachbody, P90X, Film Cafe, CLC, Shout Factory, PHI Sciences, Tropical Living, Custom Radio Network, Inaara, Ad Lib, El Capitan Canyon, World Caravan, Jamie Young Co., Asiaphile, Classic Concepts Co., Phoenix Soundworks, A Center for Vision Care, Inaara Medspa, The Chandler Collection, Step n’ Shape, Thorton Theatre, Informative Research, Royal Bakery, La Brea Bakery, New Age Creations, J’s Landscape and Sprinkler, Coda Cross Media, Mamoon, Soda Can RPT, Liberty Airsoft, Virtual Iris.

Publications: Inspiration=Ideas, Logo World, Mark Your Territory – a Celebration of Logos, La Bella Vista, ODO Speaks, A Sound in the Universe.

Works:
Virgin Raw Foods
Sweet Bee
MM_Imm_MXpromo


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Brian Boyl

Faculty Director, Visual Interaction Design

M.F.A. UCLA, B.F.A. Reed College. Creative Director and Principal, Pure Media Design, specializing in Information Design, Interactive Prototyping, and Visual Design for interactive multimedia media presentations.mClients include: Nokia, O2, Disney, Hasbro, Oracle, Marvel Comics, SEGA, Nintendo, SONY, IBM, Philips, Lightvision, ICON, UCLA, USC, Loyola Marymount, and Art Center. Awards include a Cine Eagle for his animation Smoky Night, and an NEA Grant for visual effects. Author of Discovering Nature's Alphabet, a children's book of photos depicting letters formed entirely by natural objects.


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Alex Cerrilla

BFA, Graphic Design,
ArtCenter, College of Design

MFA, Graphic Design
Yale University School of Art

http://xaviercerrilla.info


John Chambers

Art Center College of Design
Creative Director / Principal Conceptual Designs
A Computer Graphics based design company, specializing in Macintosh Training and Technology, Interaction Design, Technical Illustration, Corporate IdentityClients: Apple Computer Inc., The Walt Disney Company, Volvo, Bose Corporation, City of Hope, Six Flags Corporation, Lawry’s Foods Inc., McDonalds, Southern California Edison, Bateman Eichler, Hill Richards Inc., Kemper Financial CompanysPublished Works: Inside Macromedia Director with Lingo (Macintosh) Publisher:New Ryder Publishing, Inside Macromedia Director with Lingo (Windows) Publisher:New Ryder Publishing, Published Works Magazine, Macworld UK, iCreate, Creative Photoshop, Advanced Photoshop, Web Designer Magazine


Ivan Cruz

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B.F.A. Art Center College of Design.
Ivan Cruz is a multi-disciplinary artist, educator, freelance animator /designer, founder and CEO of Hexen Inc.

Clients: Apple, IBM, EXXON, UCLA, Target, Nike, Vizio, Verizon, Northrop Grumman, Castrol, Katy Perry, Mazda, TEDx, NFL, Stoli Vodka, Ueberall: Awards: 2010/2012 Promax Design Award for “Adobe CS5” and “8-Balloons”; “Think Metric” featured in IDN : Vol.18 no.4 : 2011 Interactive Annual 19; IBM THINK Exhibit featured in the Communication Arts Interactive Annual 19, Emmy Certificate for Individual Achievement for Art Direction in the Animation Category for “Heart of Stone”

Work
UCLA
IBM
Interconnected


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Jessica Deseo

Partner at Dieline, Jessica is also a packaging designer and faculty member at ArtCenter College of Design. She has worked as a professional hands-on designer for a wide array of notable brands since 2005, but in 2014 she took a step back and became a partner at Dieline where her ultimate goal was to “Make Shit Happen.”

In 2016, Jessica became a faculty member at ArtCenter College of Design teaching Packaging 2, and she recently received a 2018 ADC bronze cube for her contribution as an instructor to the student project “Wise by Patagonia.” 

While Jessica is still working on her memoir and Ted Talk, when she isn’t “Making Shit Happen” or shooting for the stars, she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and loveable fur baby.


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Chris Do

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Chris Do is an Emmy award winning director, designer, strategist and educator. He is the Founder and Executive Creative Director Blind. He is the Co-Founder of The Skool, an online media and education platform. He received his B.F.A. from Art Center of College of Design.
Board: SPJA, Emmys M&TD Executive Committee, Saleshood, Santa Monica College, Woodbury University, AIGA and Otis. Instructor: Otis College of Art and Design.
Clients: Microsoft, Nike, Merrill Lynch, Showtime Networks, Mitsubishi, Kodak, MCI WorldCom, Los Angeles Film Festival, Infiniti, K2, Nextel, Amnesty International, PDFA. Publications: Graphic Design USA, 72 dpi Anime, Res, Shoot, Creativity, Boards, Cutting Edge Web Design, Upload.
Awards: Emmy, I.D. Annual Design Review, Type Directors Club, How, Communication Arts Design Annual, Print Design Annual, Art Directors Club, The One Show, BDA, Telly.
Works:
Meters/Bonwe: MTee Documentary Film
NatGeo Channel Identity
Sweet ’N Low Tv spot and Web/Print campaign
THQ MX vs. ATV “Alive” Tv Spot
Gap Sound of Color: Raveonettes “Black & White”


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Tyrone Drake

Faculty Advisor, Print

www.tydrakedesign.com
B.A. Art Center College of Design Principal Owner TDGD + AD (Ty Drake Graphic Design + Art Direction) Tyrone Drake is a Graphic Design Professional and Design Educator based in Los Angeles, California. He has collaborated on graphic design, branding, and visual communications related projects with clients in Hospitality, Sports, Architecture, Music, Film, and Health and Beauty. He is Former Art Director for USC School of Architecture, A + D (Architecture + Design Museum) and Natsun America Apparel Company. Selected Clients: Los Angeles Clippers (NBA), Montage Hotels and Resorts, Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Ringo Starr, KCRW 89.9 FM, 20th Century Fox Entertainment.
Works:
Earth Wind + Fire - “The Remixes” Volume 1.
“Expansions” The Remixes.
“Astral Traveling” The Remixes


Jan Fleming

Jan is a seasoned creative who’s worked in diverse media for some of the world’s most influential companies, lifestyle brands and non-profit organizations including Sundance, The Walt Disney Co, ABC Networks, Viacom-Nickelodeon-MTV, HBO, Live Earth, Transworld Media, NewForm Digital and The Library Foundation Los Angeles.

Jan has a broad range of experience in film and television, multi-dimensional branding, advertising, experiential entertainment, publishing, consumer products, social media and digital.

Notably, Jan served as VP, Executive Creative Director-Producer for Robert Redford | Sundance.
Over 12 formative years, she helped to shape the Sundance brand across all its related organizations; developing and producing content and branded experiences for Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Institute, Sundance Film Series, Sundance Resort and Farms, Sundance Cinemas, Sundance Catalog and also by serving as VP, Head of Creative and Content for SundanceTV.

Prior to Sundance, Jan was an executive at The Walt Disney Company. While at Disney, she led creative development for several large-scale new businesses, including an extensive educational brand with an associated learning channel for Disney-ABC Networks; Disney’s first Regional Entertainment concept: 
Disney ClubHouse, and several digital innovation projects with Walt Disney Imagineering.

Before coming to Disney, Jan created and executive-produced one of Nickelodeon-Nick Jr’s premiere preschool series, Allegra’s Window.

She considers herself fortunate to have begun her career at Children’s Television Workshop in New York, where for 6 life-changing years, she was mentored by some of the finest and most generous minds in media history, otherwise known as the people who created Sesame Street.


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Polly Geller

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Ms Geller grew up in Rome, Italy, the daughter of two expatriate artists. She is a polyglot, published poet and literary translator (she received her MFA from Otis College of Art & Design), and has taught English to foreign students of all ages since 1993. Her keen understanding of learning another language and the perseverance it takes is what she believes makes us better writers; as artists and designers who observe the world, as outsiders who bring greater empathy to our surroundings. She has been teaching undergraduates and graduates (MDP, Designmatters, and MGx) at Art Center since 2015 and is the recipient of both a Samsung Teaching Advancement Award and Faculty Project Grant. She is currently creating an educational aide for ELL students and writers in need of inspiration.

Her sister, Hillary Geller, was a Graphic Design/Packaging major at ACCD and is Design Director at StudioLab in Chicago.


Allison Goodman

B.F.A. Design, Carnegie-Mellon University;
M.F.A. Graphic Design, Art Center College of Design.

NASAD Accreditor.
Author, The Seven Essentials of Graphic Design (How).
Editor, New Design: Los Angeles (Rockport).
Former Acting Chair, Graphic Design Department; Former Assistant Chiar, Digital Media Department.
Former Art Director/Project Manager, Sussman/Prejza & Co., Inc.; Art Director, Office of Richard Saul Wurman/ACCESS Press.


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Trevor Greenleaf

Trevor Greenleaf is an avid entrepreneur, developer, designer, and educator. He is the founder of Moodzer.com, an advanced web application used to collage images, colors, and type into beautiful mood boards. Trevor also co-founded CodeTime.io, an online-learning network where anyone can learn to code - for free! He runs a design agency creating custom web design and infrastructure solutions. Before teaching at Art Center College of Design, Trevor taught at California State University, Northridge for six years. Trevor is passionate about building world-class products and educating his students.

www.trevorgreenleaf.com


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Chris Hacker

Chris Hacker is a full-time professor in the Graduate Program at ArtCenter. previously, he was Vice President Marketing and Design at Herman Miller and served as Creative Director, Consumer and Specialty. In this role, Chris provided creative leadership to the Herman Miller Collection and Consumer businesses and Geiger, he guided product, experience, communication design and the marketing efforts that support the strategic objectives of these businesses.

Prior to joining Herman Miller, Chris led the creative teams for brand identity, product & packaging design, retail and facility design and brand imagery at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies. The teams managed project work in all three divisions of J&J as well as corporate work for the central functions including communications, HR and facilities. In addition, Hacker led the environmental sustainability effort at the J&J Consumer Companies.

Hacker’s passion is bringing awareness to designers and other business people of their power in the business world to make sustainable design a key paradigm of design process and therefore make the products and materials produced lighter on the planet.

Chris was Senior Vice President of Global Marketing and Design for Aveda™ prior to joining Johnson & Johnson. In this capacity he had responsibility for overall strategic marketing leadership, new product development and promotion. Under his leadership, Aveda was awarded the 2004 National Design Award for Corporate Achievement from the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.

Chris received his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from the University of Cincinnati College of Design Architecture and Art. He is a recognized expert in Corporate Design Leadership and is a frequent national speaker on design & design sustainability. 

He is a member and past- Chair of the Global Agenda Council-Design for World Economic Forum


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Gerardo Herrera

Faculty Director, Packaging


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Gerardo Herrera earned his B.F.A. degree in 1991 with Honors in Graphic Communication and Packaging design from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California.

In 1996, Gerardo was recruited by Nokia to build and head The Brand Experience Design Teams in the US, UK, China, & Finland. The team provided strategic insight and advanced design for Nokia’s global brand, Vertu Brand, Nokia’s N-Gage Sub-brand, product development, user interface and experience design creation. As Global Director of this strategic design team, they set the vision of Nokia’s future as well as set up the foundation to integrate purpose and process with all the disciplines inside and outside of Nokia Design.

Recently, Gerardo has co-developed, designed, manufactured and launched the premium pet lifestyle company {yep yup}, whose mission is dedicated to merging pet tech and their people lifestyles. He is also an associate at Design Studio Nuovo, with founder Frank Nuovo, former chief of design for Nokia and founder/creator of Vertu. Design Studio Nuovo is an incubator for developing compelling ideas, design solutions and innovative technology systems for commercially viable products and services with global brands and new ventures.

In addition to leading {yep yup}, Datzing – a micro location software platform and Head of Brand Experience for DSN, Gerardo is also the Director of Packaging for Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. He leads his departments faculty in the continued development of the curriculum, while teaching and working with Art Center’s Educational Partnerships for Corporate Sponsored Projects & DesignStorms® . These all are vehicles to explore industry challenges and envision the future through a team of multi-disciplinary design students and, faculty.

Works:
META Watch Brand
Datzing–Brand Development
Yep Yup–Brand Development
Vertu–Brand Development
Nokia Brand Experience


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Dan Hoy

B.A. Graphic Design, CSU Northridge. Dan is an independent design consultant and a full-time faculty member at Art Center College of Design. As a passionate and dedicated instructor he brings to his classes over 35 years of experience in visual communication, and 30 years of teaching experience. He has a high level of expertise in design, packaging, and packaging materials. He has led many trans-disciplinary projects and has worked with global companies such as Nestlé, Hewlett-Packard, Nokia, Nissan/Infinity. Former designer Ramone C. Munoz Design Associates. Dan has instructed at Woodbury University, CSU Northridge, and Otis/Parsons.



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Wayne Hunt

www.huntdesign.com
B.F.A. University of Illinois. Honoray Alum Art Center College of Design.
Partner, Hunt Design Associates, Pasadena.
Clients: Walt Disney Company, Henry Ford Museum, Staue of Liberty, San Diego Zoo, Los Angeles International Airport, National Park Service, Universal Studios, Kennedy Space Center, Cities of Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Sacramento, Santa Monica. Editor, Designing and Planning Environmental Graphics. Author, Urban Entertainment Graphics; Environmental Graphics Process & Projects.
Works:
Exhibition design for You!
Pasadena Citywide Wayfinding Program
AAA Texas headquarters
Anaheim Convention Center
AAA Car Museum


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Simon Johnston

Faculty Director, Print
www.simonjohnstondesign.com

B.A. Bath Academy of Art, England; M.A. Kunstgewerbeschule, Basel, Switzerland.
Graphic Designer/Artist. Founder of Simon Johnston Design, 8vo studio London and Octavo magazine.
Clients: Whitney Museum, Steidl Verlag, Getty Trust, Norton Simon Museum, UCLA, Oxford University Press, Gagosian Gallery, Princeton Architectural Press.
Solo exhibitions: Subject/Verb/Object, UC Davis; Indefinite Articles, American Cement Building Los Angeles
Publications: 8vo: On the Outside; Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design Since the Sixties; Typography: When Who How; New Design: Los Angeles; Cutting-Edge Typography; Eye Magazine; Dot Dot Dot; Creative Review.
Awards: New York Type Directors Club, AIGA 50 Books, ID Magazine Design Review, American Center for Design 100 Show, Brno Biennale (Czech), American Association of Museums.
Lectures: Interprofile 8 Bremen, Germany; CPC Taipei, Taiwan; UC Davis: UCLA; CalArts: Otis
Professor: Art Center College of Design. Director of Print/Branding. Creative Director and Faculty Liaison, Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography
Works:
UCLA Extension Courses publication
Yoshitomo Nara catalogue for Blum & Poe Gallery
Invitation card for show of work in Berlin

Works by Julian Hoeber for Blum & Poe Gallery
John Baldessari holding catalogue raisonné vol. 2


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B.F.A. Graphic Design, Art Center College of Design; B.F.A. Painting & B.F.A. Industrial Art, San Francisco State University & Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze
Graphic Designer
Clients:
American University Museum, Armory Center for the Arts, Cherry and Martin, Chronicle Books, GOOD Magazine, Harvard University, J & L Books, LA Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, Now-Again Records, NYT Magazine, powerHouse Books, Stüssy, The Third Rail, University Art Museum (CSU Long Beach), Vans, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Awards:
The Bookbinders’ Guild of New York, Type Director’s Club, Output 09
Published Works:
365: AIGA Year in Design 28; Fully Booked; Graphic 12; Graphic 14; Output International Yearbook; Typography 29; Webdesign Index by Content; Web Designing; Young GraphicDesigners: Americas
Works:
Illustration for From Dust


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Jini Keasling

Jini is a 3rd generation designer. Her earliest memories involve drawing & discussing design themes with her family. She graduated with honors from Art Center College of Design in Illustration and then began this incredible adventure in her design career. 

She has a passion for inspiring and strategically leading teams of creatives to soar far beyond the realm of what they thought possible. She believes that teams that are well-fueled and empowered are able to create above and beyond their expectations. Over her 15 years in branding, packaging, product design, style guide creation and design leadership, she has learned that keeping herself inspired, remembering it is about the people, not the task and finding the learning in each project keeps her curious and highly engaged.

In Jini's 20 year design career, so far she has held in-house creative leadership positions at LEGO, Airstream Inc, Disney, Mattel (Hot Wheels). 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jini-zopf-92061a5/ 

https://keaslingjl.wixsite.com/jinizopf


Steve Kim

Managing Director, Gx

UCLA: Multimedia Design
Co-Faculty: 1st ever IxDA/Google Awards: STEPs project, Portfolio and Career Prep


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Gloria Kondrup

Gloria‘s career spans both design and fine art practices. As a design consultant to national and international firms, she has contributed to, and helped evolve, extensive branding, identity and packaging systems. Clients benefiting from her expertise include Aon, Avon and Goodwill Industries. As the owner of a letterpress and fine stationery company, she has developed more than 100 custom stationery and gift items sold online, through direct mail and in national retail chains.

A dedicated design educator for more than two decades teaching typography and visual problem solving, she works to redefine the value of typography and analog technology in the digital landscape.Her fine art printworks and fine art press books are in private and public collections including AIGA, the Getty Research Institute, UCLA’s William Andrews Clark Memorial Library and The Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry. In recognition of her interest in social, cultural and environmental issues, she received the AIGA Greening of Design award. She earned her BA in fine art from CUNY at Brooklyn College, New York, and her MFA from Art Center. Prof. Kondrup is the Excecutive Director of the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography, and the Director of Archetype Press.


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Leonard Konopelski

M.F.A. Academy of Fine Art, Warsaw, Poland; Academy of Fine Art, Krakow.
Clients: A%26M Records, Brentwood Publications, Improv Theater, L.A. Gear, Los Angeles Rams, Mark Taper Forum, Raquel Welch Productions, Richard Simmons Show, Solari Theater, Tele-Film Canada, Warner Bros., Art Center, Ottawa.
Group exhibitions: Los Angeles Conty Museum of Art; University Art Museum, Long Beach; CSU Fullerton; Museum Zacheta, Warsaw; Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem.
Teaching: European Academy of Art, Warsaw; California Institute of the Arts, Valencia CSU Long Beach; Califoria Institute of the Art; CSU Fullerton; USC, Los Angeles; Academy of Fine Art, Warsaw. USC, Los Angeles.
Awards: Certificate of Design Excellence, Print’s Regional Design Annual 2001, 2003. Graphis Annual Poster 2004 – winner. Juri – Xth International Theater Poster Biennale, Poland 2005
Works:
LA/NY PROJECT 2009
DYDO
CONFRONTATION 2003
COEXISTENCE 2000


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Nils Lindstrom

A.A. Ricks College, Rexburg Idaho. B.A Art Center College of Design.
Owner Lindstrom Design, PhD Art Studios.
Instructor: Art Center College of Design. Studied with Doyald Young, Leah Hofmitz.
Clients: Anacapa Technologies, American Express, Villa Roma Sausage, Kubota Tractor, Caltrop.
Awards: Telly Award for Motion Design, Neena Papers.



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Greg Lindy

www.luxtypo.com
B.A. CSU Northridge
Previous design director / partner at Intersection Studio
Currently creative director / owner of Lux Typographic + Design
Specializing in font development for clients and retail licensing
Clients:
Johnson & Johnson, ReVerb, Dolby, John Deere, AVG
Awards:
TDC, American Center of Design 100 Show
Works:
Lux Typographic and Design promo poster
Philanthropology Consultancy Logo and Burlington type face

Lux Typographic and Design assorted promotional specimen materials
Gustan Forma Type Specimen


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Annie Huang Luck

www.bocubocu.com
B.F.A., Art Center College of Design.
Creative director, BOCU & BOCU. Formerly: Associate Art Director, Bon Appétit magazine.

Clients: NBC, Los Angeles Dodgers, W Hotels, DIRECTV, Condé Nast Publications, University of Southern California, Pasadena Tournament of Roses.
Awards: Communication Arts, Print, Print Typography.
Works:
USC Annenberg Press iBook Cover
W Hotels Book
LA Dodgers Magazine


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Rudy Manning

For 20 years, Rudy has stayed true to the belief that graphic design, in its truest form, has the unique ability to bridge cultural and disciplinary boundaries. With that mindset, Rudy founded Pastilla, a leading branding & creative agency built upon strategic branding that encompasses digital, print, film & animation, advertising, and marketing. Pastilla has partnered with global names such as Nokia, Microsoft, SAP, Disney, ESPN, Relativity Films, and the Westfield Group to produce a full breath of award-winning work. Rudy has been published internationally in numerous design journals and has received numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including the Print International Design Award, HOW Awards, Telly Awards and IXDA Showcase Awards.  Rudy received his B.F.A at ArtCenter College of Design with honors in graphic design. 

www.pastilla.co
www.rudymanning.com


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Miles Mazzie

B.F.A Parsons School of Design, NY, M.F.A. Cranbroook Academy of Art
Senior Associate Sussman/Prejza & Company, Inc. 1998-present
Miles brings a broad interdisciplinary background of professional work and academic experience to Art Center. He has taught in the Industrial Design department at CCA, San Francisco and within the Environmental Design Program at Otis, Los Angeles before joining Art Center to develop the Mediatecture curriculum. His professional work includes environmental graphic design solutions, exhibition design work and streetscape programs for multiple client types.
Works:
W Hotel and Condominiums
Amgen
Grand Park


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Ramone Muñoz

B.F.A., Advertising; M.F.A., Fine Art, Art Center College of Design.
Teaching and Administration (Art Center College of Design): Recipient of Adams Fellowship, 2001-2003, Dean of Faculty and Students – 2001, Chair of Foundation Studies – 1991-2001, Associate Chair of Graphic Design -1986-1991. Faculty member in Foundation Studies, Graphic Design-Graduate and Undergraduate levels and the Liberal Arts and Sciences department (HDS) since1984. Taught at the Otis Art Institute 1980-1984. Fine Art: Group shows in Germany, Japan and Thailand 2001-2012, Andlab 2005-2008, Sturt Haaga Gallery 2013, Solo exhibitions in Los Angeles at LA Art Core 2002-2010. Former graphic design clients include: ARCO, The Los Angeles Music Center, the Otis Art Institute, Mitsubishi, Gillette and the Tishman Corporation. Regular panelist for the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. Board member of Art Division, an inner-city school that addresses the needs of underserved youth in the Rampart district of Los Angeles.
Works:
Necropolis


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Chesley Nassany

www.chesley.la
B.F.A. Graphic Design, Art Center College of Design; B.S. Advertising, University of Colorado at Boulder
Owner of Chesley.la, Long Beach. Focus on web and brand design.
Clients: Sony Electronics, Guess, Juvenile Arthritis Association, Lupus LA, and other clients in the film, design, interior design, and architecture industries.
Works:
Mansour
Mary Effron Landscape Design
Boreman Blake
Classic Kick Boxing
Cedar Creek


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Leon Rodriguez


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Stephen Serrato

Stephen Serrato lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He began his independent graphic design practice after receiving a BFA from the ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena in 2005. From the fall of 2008 to Summer 2010, Serrato was a participant in the post graduate program, Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem, the Netherlands where he earned his MFA. His work has been exhibited internationally and most recently included in the “Work from California” exhibition curated by Jon Sueda at the 25th International Biennial of Graphic Design, Brno, Czech Republic.

His studio works across various media but specializes in design for art and cultural institutions and independent record labels. Clients include: Amsterdam School of the Arts, Bing, Circular Facts, de Appel Arts Center, Kunstverein Publishers, Kindred Spirits Records, Mochilla, Naked Faces Films, Netherlands Architecture Institute and Publishers (NAI), Poo-Bah Records, Stedelijk Museum, Stonesthrow Records, UCSD Art Gallery, and Warp Records among others. 

www.sserrato.com


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Tracey Shiffman

Faculty Advisor, Print


B.F.A., Visual Communication: California Institute of the Arts
Teaching and Administration (Art Center College of Design): Recipient of Adams Fellowship, 2001-2003, Dean of Faculty and Students – 2001, Chair of Foundation Studies – 1991-2001, Associate Chair of Graphic Design -1986-1991. Faculty member in Foundation Studies, Graphic Design-Graduate and Undergraduate levels and the Liberal Arts and Sciences department (HDS) since1984. Taught at the Otis Art Institute 1980-1984. Fine Art: Group shows in Germany, Japan and Thailand 2001-2012, Andlab 2005-2008, Sturt Haaga Gallery 2013, Solo exhibitions in Los Angeles at LA Art Core 2002-2010.

Clients:ARCO, The Los Angeles Music Center, the Otis Art Institute, Mitsubishi, Gillette and the Tishman Corporation. Regular panelist for the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. Board member of Art Division, an inner-city school that addresses the needs of underserved youth in the Rampart district of Los Angeles.
Works:
Garry Winogrand
Kishio Suga
Skin and Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture
Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha
Moca New, Gala Invitation


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Jennifer Sorrell

Jennifer is a Designer & Typographer who is interested in the relationship between typography and cultural representation. She holds a BA in Architecture from the University of Kentucky, College of Design and an MFA in Graphic Design from ArtCenter College of Design. She completed the nationally recognized program Teach for America in 2014.


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Amanda Stojanov

b. Ottawa, ON, Canada 

Amanda is a Media Artist and designer with a professional background in visual communication. She has experience working with design teams in large design studios, independent agencies, and non-profit organizations. Currently, Amanda is an educator at Loyola Marymount University, Art Center College of Design and works for an urban planning studio that services the LA Metro and other local city governments. She also volunteers her time at HOLA, Heart of Los Angeles teaching creative coding and visual arts. Amanda graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from Monmouth University and is educated at Art Center College of Design. She recently completed her MFA at UCLA in the Design Media Arts Department.

She is a Member / Co-founder at voidLab and co-founder 
of 
DECENTRALIZING THE WEB by voidlab 

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Ming Tai

Faculty Director, Motion

www.mfactor.com
Ming Tai is an Emmy award winning director and designer with over 18 years of experience in the motion design industry. He is the co-founder/partner/creative director of the award winning motion design agency Mfactor. Ming is also the Faculty Director of Motion at Art Center College of Design with over 12 years of experience as a educator and mentor. B.A. Cal Poly Pomona, College of Environmental Design, Graphic Design.
Member:
Promax/BDA Clients: Bloomberg, Fox Sports, LA Sports Commission, NBC Universal, NBCSN, NFL, NFL Network, Philips, Wall Street Journal, YES Network Awards: Promax/BDA, Emmy
Works:
ANA - All Nippon Airway
Regional MLB Promo Package for FOX Sports
NBC Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Live Promotion
Brooklyn Nets
Radius


Carolina Trigo

Carolina Trigo studied Fine Arts in Buenos Aires prior to receiving her B.F.A from Art Center College of Design in media and communications. She holds a Master in Philosophy form the European Graduate School (www.egs.edu) and is currently a PhD Candidate at EGS working under the guidance of Alain Badiou. Trigo has taught at Art Center College of Design, Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan, UCLA's Design & Media Arts and Sci-Arc, where she is a lecturer and critic for the Mediascapes program.

In 2010 Trigo and fellow artist Lucy Pullen created The Affinity Laboratory, an Art through media research and praxis Lab investigating the concept of a Synthetic Will and the cultivation of Affinity in art, industry and academe. That same year she self-published a research paper titled "Aural Ousia: Sound as Architecture,"an autobiographical study of being under the lens of geometry, physics and mathematics. Aural Ousia begins with an exploration of the geometric art of Islam, tracing the co-respondence of dimensional mathematics of antiquity to contemporary geometries in quantum mechanics and their relationship to sound.

Her current practice involves video, photography and installation. It examines bodies that leak and coagulate in arousal and erasure (openings and insertions of the In-There Un-There); sifting through the violence of opposing limits that endure the fissures between laceration and the sublime: the animality of remembrance, the viscerality of resistance. Where presence and absence convulse like lovers, tracing turbulent thresholds of being, risking themselves in an encounter where horizons are set ablaze into a strange power, the power of the stranger.

http://www.thisother.com


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Petrula Vrontikis

www.35k.com
Petrula is a designer, author and educator, based in Los Angeles and has been recognized as an essential voice raising the understanding of design within the industry and among the business and cultural communities. She is creative director and owner of Vrontikis Design Office (@vrontikis and 35k.com) and has taught senior-level graphic design and professional practice courses at Art Center College of Design for over 20 years. She is an avid traveler and visual translator. It’s not unusual to find her 85 feet underwater, climbing a steep and rocky slope, or twisting her body like a pretzel in a yoga class.
B.F.A. California State University, Long Beach, Visual Communication Design
University of Denver, Graphic Design Studies
Clients: Carnegie Observatories, The Giant Magellan Telescope, Monterey Bay Aquarium, University of Southern California, The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, University of California, Los Angeles
Awards: AIGA Fellows Award, Permanent Collection of The Library of Congress
Classes:
Advanced Transmedia Studio 7, Communication Design 5: Transmedia, Creative Presentations & Critiques, Portfolio & Career Preparation
Works:
UCLA Extension Fall 2013 Catalog Cover
Looking Ahead: The Changing Landscape of Philanthropy
Lemonade Rebranding
GMTO Website
2015 Community Science Meeting


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Guillaume Wolf

www.GWolfStudio.com
An import from Paris, France, Guillaume Wolf is the creative director of the art and design luxury quarterly Whitewall. The author of the creativity book “You Are A circle,” Guillaume maintains an art practice (photography, film, and transmedia/installation). He’s the founder of The Process Space, a collaborative art laboratory. His work has been published internationally.
Clients: Young & Rubicam, Mother, Publicis & Hal Riney, Weiden + Kennedy, Dentsu Co., Mlle Noï, STURM und DRANG. FASHION/LUXURY/BEAUTY: Colette, Lucien Pellat-Finet, Lacoste, Isabel Marant, United Bamboo, Boucheron (Gucci Group), CVDC, ANDAM, Gaspard Yurkievich, Le Festival de la Mode de Hyères, Musée de la Mode, Daniel Jasiak, Tsumori Chisato, De Grisogono, Balmain, 2K by Gingham, Artifice Co., Moët & Chandon (LVMH Group), L’Oréal Paris, Wella, Maison Kistuné. NEW TECHNOLOGIES: Dell, HP/Compaq.
Magazines: Whitewall, Vogue Paris, Actuel, Perso, En-Vie.
Institutions: Art Center College of Design, ACCD Designmatters, ACCD INLAB. ORGANIZATIONS/NONPROFITS: USGS, COANIQUEM, Homeboy Industries, City of Pasadena.
Works:
Logo design for Maison Kitsuné/Shu Uemura.
Books by Guillaume Wolf.
DFW (Down for Whatever)
Sins of the M
Tim


Wilfred Wong

B.F.A Art Center College of Design. Awards: Promax/BDA, Telly Awards, Webby Award, Primetime Emmy Award Nomination for Outstanding Main Title.
Clients: Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., Showtime, Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Jr., ABC Family, Marvel, USA Network, Fox Sport Net, MTV, Playstation, Activision, Namco, LA Weekly, Motorola, Adidas.