I’m currently an Assistant Professor in The University of Pittsburgh‘s Studio Art Department.

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Fall 2010

The University of Pittsburgh – Introduction to Digital Imaging (SA 1270): This course is designed to introduce students to the techniques, concepts and history of digital imaging. Thoughtfulness, experimentation and curiosity will be emphasized and encouraged. SA 1270

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Spring 2010

The University of Virginia – Introduction to New Media:

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Spring 2010

The University of Virginia – Introduction to New Media:

The University of Virginia – Advanced to New Media:

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Fall 2009

The University of Virginia – Introduction to New Media:

The University of Virginia – Advanced to New Media:
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Spring 2009

Roosevelt – Visual Communication and Technology: An in-depth look at the development of visual communication from the Renaissance to virtual reality.

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Fall 2008

Roosevelt – Visual Communication and Technology: An in-depth look at the development of visual communication from the Renaissance to virtual reality.

SAIC – Multimedia Digital Imaging: Introduces the concepts, strategies, techniques, and critical issues of the digital visual image.

SAIC – Wired: Introduces the basic strategies and techniques associated with using the World Wide Web as a tool for creating art, documenting artistic research and practice, and online collaboration.

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Summer 2008

SAIC – Teacher’s Institute of Contemporary Art (TICA) co-taught with Judd Morrissey. http://www.saic.edu/webspaces/tica

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Spring 2008

Roosevelt – Visual Communication and Technology: An in-depth look at the development of visual communication from the Renaissance to virtual reality.

SAIC – Wired: Introduces the basic strategies and techniques associated with using the World Wide Web as a tool for creating art, documenting artistic research and practice, and online collaboration.