Assistant Professor, Graphic Communications
I began working at LCSC in 2004 after obtaining my bachelor degree in Public Communication and spending a few years in the printing industry. I held positions doing both graphic design and pre-press work which helped me to get a feel for the breadth of the Graphic Communications industry and learn many of the technical skills that I now pass on to our students. In 2015 I started teaching packaging design classes as an adjunct instructor. In the Fall of 2018, I made the move to Assistant Professor and will be developing more classes with plans to offer an AAS degree. (an Intermediate Technical Certificate in Packaging Design is currently available) Packaging is an exciting and challenging field that is desperate for skilled workers, so I'm working to strengthen and expand this offering in the Graphic Communications degree program. In my courses we get to learn about this "hidden" industry and create custom structural designs using a CAD program and even print, cut, and create samples from corrugated boards.
|PITPT-289/389||Packaging Graphics||SGC 103|
|PITPT-281/381||Packaging Structural Design||SGC 103|
|PITPT-111||Intro to Packaging||SGC 124|