Dolly has a background in Graphic Design and Digital Media, with a BA in Communication Arts from Lees McRae College, and an MFA in Graphic Design from the Savannah College of Art & Design. Dolly has experience as an Art Director for a National Fine Clothier and has freelanced for many different companies. She has previous teaching experience with a wide variety of art and computer-based courses and participated in curriculum development for Trident Technical College and the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC. She also has taught in a variety of formats including online at the University of Maryland University College.
Kaitlin is both a digital and traditional artist, with a BA in Media Arts and Animation from The Art Institute of Colorado, and an MFA in Visual Effects and Animation from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She has worked as a web and graphic artist for many different companies, including the Origins Games Expo. In addition to graphic art she freelances as a 3D artist, creating models and animation for a variety of clients, including recent contract work for Microsoft. She also spends time in her studio doing traditional oil painting, drawing, and metal work. Prior to coming to Front Range, she taught a wide variety of art and computer-based courses and participated in curriculum development for other Denver-area colleges.
Floyd is an archeological and historical illustrator/epigrapher, specializing in the art of the ancient world generally and the art of ancient Egypt specifically. He is one of the few people in the world who does full color reconstructions of ancient temple and tomb scenes that have lost most or all of their original pigment, so you can see how they were originally painted over three thousand years ago. His education includes a high school diploma in art. He has an AA degree in history and a BA degree in Asian Studies, which was an inter-disciplinary degree with equal units in cultural anthropology and ancient history. Following the bachelors, he continued his studies in the same disciplines for 2 years of master's work. He started his archeological work reconstruction work in 1990, all of which was done by hand, but made the conversion to digital after enrolling in the MGD program in 1998 at FRCC. After three years of study at Front Range he was offered a job as an adjunct instructor teaching Adobe Illustrator I and Illustrator II which he has been doing now for the last 9 and a half years. In addition to teaching at FRCC, he is currently president of Ancient World Arts, LLC, President and Trustee of The Amarna Research Foundation, a Trustee on the board of the Egyptian Study Society and a scholar member of the International Association of Egyptologists.
My success in the Multimedia Graphic Design Industry can clearly be credited to my vocational education from the Community College System. I live the philosophy of vocational and technical training. I embrace the concept of what Front Range Community College and others like it have to offer when it comes to real-world, procedural training. Hands-on, state-of-the-art techniques, coupled with closely related electives, result in a well-rounded education—the type of education that not only prepared me but that will continue to prepare today's students as they enter the nation's competitive work force. My expertise is in the print industry, so I teach: Photoshop I, Production Design, Packaging Design, and Electronic Prepress.
Vince is a digital concept artist certified in ZBrush through Ryan Kingsliens exclusive certification program. His specialties are 3D modeling/sculpting and digital painting. Vince has been involved in digital art since 1995 when Fractal Design software released Painter 5. A year later he picked up Lightwave 3D v.6.0. Vince teaches Storyboarding/Animatics and 3D Animation with Cinema 4D. He has had art shown in the Colorado Indian Art Market and the Harwood Museum in Taos, New Mexico. Some of his work involves producing 3D models, painted concept art, vector illustrations for health education companies and he enjoys wandering the southwest on photo safaris.
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