I see graphic design as the organization of information that is semantically correct, syntactically consistent and pragmatically understandable.
The teacher is of course an artist, but being an artist does not mean that he or she can shape the students. What the educator does in teaching is to make it possible for the students to become themselves.
Designers, and particularly graphic designers have the power to evidence the ‘mountains of TVs’ as a tangible way of communicating the consequences of small acts
Born in Ottawa, Canada, lived in Montreal,QC during his youth and for the past 20 years has made Brooklyn,NY his home. He holds a B.A in photography from Brooklyn College,NY and an M.F.A in Communication Design from New Jersey City University,NJ. He has been teaching digital design at the college level since 2001; as an adjunct assistant professor at Pratt Institute for 7 years, as well as at F.I.T, NYU, and Bloomfield College. Currently, he is a visiting assistant professor in graphic design at Oakland University in Rochester,MI.