During my graduate study at the Rhode Island School of Design, I was fortunate to gain a well rounded education in graphic design and expand my teaching experience. I was given the opportunity by many of my professors to aid in the education of young designers. I was a teaching assistant for many different classes at RISD, but I was particularly fortunate to help students with projects in the Graphic Design History and Exhibit Design courses. These experiences were a great benefit to me in developing my own courses. While in attendance at RISD, I had the experience of developing the cirriculum for the Introduction to Graphic Design course with a fellow graduate student. We were given the freedom to develop projects and exercises which introduced young artists to the ever changing and eclectic discipline of graphic design. The following pages show the work of many of the students I encountered as a teaching assistant and instructor at RISD.
Student work, teaching portfolio from the Rhode Island School of Design