Forge new creative frontiers under the mentorship of our world-class faculty of experienced creative professionals. Our distinguished art and design faculty understand what you need to hone your skills, find your voice and build a strong portfolio.

Additionally, for students interested in applying to ArtCenter's degree program, key ACX courses are taught by current ArtCenter faculty who incorporate admissions requirements when teaching their dynamic art and design courses.

Attebery, Warren

Craig Attebery is a native southern Californian. He Graduated from ArtCenter in 1980, receiving a BFA with Honors. He then completed his MFA studies at Otis/Parsons Art Institute in 1984. Craig is the author of The Complete Guide to Perspective Drawing: From One- to Six-Point. He has worked as a freelance illustrator for advertising agencies, science books, and the entertainment industry, as well as creating conceptual art for JPL/NASA and the aerospace industry. Craig’s illustrations have appeared in many publications including Newsweek and Time magazine. In addition to his commercial work, he has participated in exhibitions at galleries and museums throughout the country and internationally, including the Fry Museum (Seattle, WA), the Arnot Museum (Elmira, NY), the Art Museum of South Texas (Corpus Christi, TX), the Oceanside Museum (Oceanside, CA) and the il Palazzo della Provincia di Frosinone (Italy). Craig’s work is in the permanent collection of the de Young Museum (San Francisco, CA).

Aye, Yelen
Graphic designer and illustrator. Pasadena City College Visual Arts Department.
Bass, Adele

AB&Co.Design provides a full range of marketing solutions for business and non-profit agencies. We offer over 30 years of award winning marketing strategies, web development and graphic design services. We use strategic planning and analysis to provide award winning strategies for marketing from concept to implementation.

Adele Bass has been a respected professor at ArtCenter College of Design for the last 25 years while maintaining a successful Communication Design company. She joined the faculty at ArtCenter in 1990 specializing in Typography. In 2001, Ms. Bass earned an MFA in Media design and has added website development to her diverse business offerings.She was recently featured in an internet article by The Art Career Project, naming 15 Noteworthy Art professors in Los Angeles.

Ms. Bass studied psychology at the State University of New York at Binghamton. She worked in a Manhattan Advertising agency and completed an Executive Training program in Boston before deciding to pursue a career in Design. She opened AB&Co.Design in 1981 and designs award-winning work for clients such as the Los Angeles Zoo and the City of Pasadena among others. 

Blanchard, Kevin
Carboni, Gabriella

MFA in Painting, Cranbrook Academy of Art. BS in Studio Art, Skidmore College. Interdisciplinary fine artist. Has exhibited in group shows in Italy, New York, and Michigan.

Carrillo, Brenda "Bren"

Bren is an environmental designer with a background in spatial and experience design. She started her creative endeavors by studying Environmental Design at ArtCenter College of Design.

Since graduating, she has created fun, fresh, and whimsical spaces for brands including Vans, Production Club, Amazon, and many more. she approaches each project with optimism, lightheartedness, and an open mind.

Cooke, Nathan
Cornwell, J.C.

J.C. comes from an engineering and robotics background, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. After eight years in robotics, he began working in multiple areas of the field of visual effects. For the last 14 years, he's been teaching a wide range of software, works with producers, developers, and artists, and assists in pipeline development and support. He is currently the Director of Training at Dreamworks Animation.

Deyto, John
Di Claudio, Dario
Motion designer for broadcast and independent film.
Donahue, Gayle

Gayle Donahue is a Los Angeles-based illustrator and fine artist. She graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a degree in design ultimately working as a free-lance illustrator in advertising and merchandising. Her clients include the Beverly Hills Hotel, Walt Disney Studios, Walt Disney Consumer Products, and Cedars Sanai Medical Center. Her paintings and collages have been featured in numerous exhibitions. The work is represented by J. Cacciola of New York, Thomas Paul Fine Art in Los Angeles, and CK Contemporary in San Francisco. She has taught classes at UCLA Extension and Otis College of Art andDesign, as well as conducting seminars on mixed media and creativity. Donahue is a Professor in the Illustration Department and has taught drawing classes at ArtCenter since 1990.

Eastwood, Steve
Automotive, Industrial, Product & Graphic Designer. Automotive Illustrator.
Ellico, Jesse

Jesse Ellico believes that you have to have fun in your career and he works hard to bring fun and accomplishment to the workplace whether it is the office, airplane hangar or the classroom. Ellico has done many cool things like working on the B2 bomber, teaching at ArtCenter and Otis, racing motorcycles in the Baja 1000 and flying around in airplanes and blowing things up. Airplanes and engineering are his passion. As a mechanical engineer, he loves to take things apart and then putting them back together again. He believes that getting an idea on paper is the first step and from there the magic happens. Whether made by hand or a 3D printer, building a model is an essential part of the narrative of explaining a creation. Ellico believes that it all comes down to the satisfaction of finishing a project and saying, "Hey! I made that!"

Ferreira, Carlos
Environmental designer with an international and multidisciplinary perspective possessing a broad and diverse background in various aspects of design strategy, spatial design, branding, graphic design, production and project and team management, in small to large budget projects.Resume includes multi-million dollar automotive exhibits, branded and experiential spaces, marketing events, custom residences and lighting design.
Fitzgerald, Kathleen
Frazee, Marla
Garcia, Joel

Joel Garcia (Huichol) is an Indigenous artist and cultural organizer that uses Indigenous-based frameworks to center those most impacted, and arts-based strategies such as printmaking, installations, creative action, and altar-making to raise awareness of issues facing underserved communities, youth, and other targeted populations. In various roles, he has worked with Indigenous communities across borders in support of issues of land, access, and self-determination. His work explores healing and reconciliation, as well as memory and place. He previously served as Co-Director at Self Help Graphics & Art (‘10-’18) and is the co-founder of Meztli Projects, an Indigenous-based arts and culture collaborative centering indigeneity into the creative practice of Los Angeles. 

He’s a former fellow of Goethe-Instut, Monument Lab, and the Intercultural Leadership Institute as well as artist-in-residence at Oxy Arts and AIR (Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator).

Gharibian, Nairi
Gibson, Jenna
Gornell, Susan
Gottlieb, Daniel
Daniel Gottlieb is the co-owner of PadLab, a lighting/new materials/architectural glass/fine art studio. He is lecturer/guest critic at Materials & Applications Gallery, Pasadena Museum of California Art, Woodbury University, and SCI-Arc.
Gray, Daniel
Hargaden, Colleen
Hawker, Devin
Holzmann, Joshua

Joshua Holzmann, a native of Milwaukee, is an artist living and working in Los Angeles, California. His primary mediums are paint and collage. His art practice employs paint as content and the complicated history that is tied to the medium through the lens of an African American male. As a conscientious millennial the artist struggles with putting more objects into the world. To mitigate these concerns Holzmann uses repurposed materials and items from his family's daily consumption as the raw materials for his paintings.

Holzmann holds a BFA from ArtCenter and an MFA from the University of California, Riverside. He has exhibited at the Riverside Art Museum, Harriet and Kern Gallery, Nan Rae Gallery at Woodbury University, Barbara and Art Culver Center for the Arts, Phyllis Gill Gallery at the University of California Riverside, ArtCenter DTLA and The Honolulu Museum of Art.

Holzmann is an assistant professor of Art at ArtCenter College of Design.

Hoy, Daniel
Dan is a full-time faculty member and has been an instructor at Art Center for over 20 years. While at Art Center he has led many trans-disciplinary projects for top companies from around the globe including Hewlett-Packard, Nokia, Samsung, Nestle, Nissan Infiniti, FordGlobal, Acer Computers, and others. He has instructed at Woodbury University, Otis, CSUN, and Caltech. He collects antique and unique packaging from around the world, and has a particular interest in materials and sustainability.
Huang Luck, Annie
Katz, Michelle
Michelle Katz is a veteran attorney and business specialist working with start ups and mature companies in Intellectual Property, Contracts, Promotions and Licensing Matters. Her capabilities include identifying, structuring and negotiating strategic partnerships; drafting and negotiating contracts; developing and implementing IP Strategy: copyright, trademark, online policies, and business and legal strategic counseling for start ups. She is a faculty member at Art Center College of Design and adjunct professor at California College of the Arts, teaching law for artists and designers, as well as graduate level Business Law and Negotiations in the MBA program at CCA. Prior to starting her own practice in March of 1999, Michelle was Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs Universal Studios New Media Group; Vice President Business and Legal Affairs Universal Studios Consumer Products Group, and Director of Business and Legal Affairs, Paramount Pictures Consumer Products Group & Anti-Piracy Department. Prior to joining the Studios, she was associate counsel at the Writers Guild of America, West.
Kondrup, Gloria
Gloria Kondrup spans both fields of art and design. As a design consultant to national and international firms she has helped evolve extensive branding, identity, and packaging systems. Companies benefiting from her expertise include Aon, Avon, and Goodwill Industries. As a full-time professor at ArtCenter College of Design, Gloria Kondrup has been a dedicated design educator for over two decades. As the Director of Archetype Press, ArtCenter’s unique and vibrant letterpress studio, she redefines the value of typography and analog technology in the digital landscape. Her fine art printworks and books are in private and public collections including AIGA, The Getty, and the Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry. She was awarded the AIGA Greening of Design in1997. Gloria Kondrup received her bachelors degree in fine art and her masters degree in design. She is currently the Executive Director of the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography.
Kong, Stan

A lifelong design educator, Stan has inspired and influenced generations of students to pursue their design educations that have become leaders in companies globally. Stan was GradID faculty director, member of the faculty and teaches in ArtCenter’s Public Programs. He was formerly head of Product Design at Pasadena City College and a professor for the Institute for Educational Advancement. A founding Co-Chair of the alumni scholarship fundraising group, Legacy Circle, he also served on the Board of Directors for the Armory Center for the Arts, the Pasadena Arts and Culture Commission, and the Rowe & Gayle Giesen Board of Trustees. Stan’s many honors include ArtCenter’s "Outstanding Service Alumni Award," the NAACP Ruby McKnight Williams Arts Award, the Institute of Education Service Award, the Risser “Outstanding Teacher of the Year” Award, and the Los Angeles Cherry Blossom Festival “Teachers Making a Difference” Award. Stan has a B.S. in Product Design from ArtCenter (83-02).

Kupchick, Janet
Lang, Garrett
Lawrence, Alan
Liu, I-Ten "Teen"
Llanos, Ronald

Born and raised in Southern California, Llanos graduated from ArtCenter’s Illustration program with honors in 2003. His most recent commission came from Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority where he designed 24 mosaic panels for the Western/Expo station in Los Angeles and designed posters for MTA’s “Through the Artists Eyes” celebrating the Van Nuys in 2005. In addition to doing commissioned works, Llanos has taught figure drawing/painting, head drawing, and character and costume design courses. He’s worked with a wide variety of students ranging from Woodbury University, Brentwood Art Center and ArtCenter. Llanos has exhibited in many galleries throughout Southern California since 2003. His most recent solo exhibition entitled “Snapshots”, at Avenue 50 Studio Gallery, was themed around on-location illustrations he did inspired by the urban landscapes and it’s denizens. In the early 2000s, Llanos also did some illustrations for independent newspapers and magazines.

Luna, Luis "Tony"
Mr. Luna is an Adjunct Professor focusing on professional practices, communication and leadership skills in several departments. He also conducts a course for Art Center''s Public Programs, "Crafting a Meaningful Career," designed for mid-career professionals eager to take their careers to the next level. He is the author of "How to Grow as a Photographer: Reinventing Your Career" from Allworth Press, and has recently completed his latest book for Skyhorse/Allworth, "Mastering the Business of Photography: What the Pros Do When They Are Not Taking Incredible Pictures" from Skyhorse/Allworth Press.
Lundgren, Alvalyn
Masilko, Gary "Todd"

Todd Masilko is a graduate of ArtCenter’s Product Design department. He has taught at ArtCenter since 2004 and in the school’s Interaction Design Department since its inception in 2012.

Masilko has taught a range of ArtCenter studio classes in the Interaction Design program, as well as Designmatters, the Immersion Lab, ArtCenter Exchange and Study Away (INSEAD MBA partnership and ArtCenter Berlin) and studio classes and workshops sponsored by industry partners including ADP, Amazon, Dell, DiDi Chuxing, Microsoft, NIO, Google, Honda, Koenig & Bauer, Under Armour, Volvo Construction Equipment, Aquarium of the Pacific and the Sundance Film Festival. He has also worked on grant-driven projects in accessibility and high school education.

Outside of ArtCenter, his professional experience includes working as director of creative at DisneyMobile, user experience design consulting at Walt Disney Imagineering R&D, and multiple early-stage technology start-up companies.

Moss, Scot
Provides signage, graphics, and concept design for Disney theme parks domestically and internationally. Previous experience and projects: Landmark Entertainment Group where he worked on a variety of location based entertainment projects domestically and internationally as well as a variety of logo, print, and collateral design projects for independent clients.
Mumper-Drumm, Heidrun

Professor Heidrun Mumper-Drumm teaches, conducts research and is director of Sustainability Initiatives at ArtCenter College of Design. Her academic classes and studio courses prepare and challenge designers to create sustainable product service systems that improve environmental performance, while also considering social and economic impact. Her research interests include methods and practices that incorporate life cycle thinking and lead to design innovation.

She was an environmental engineer with Bechtel and Parsons Engineering, where she worked on nuclear and wind energy projects, and managed environmental and cultural compliance for NASA/US Air Force construction projects. Moving from engineering to design, she founded a graphic design and letterpress company and became a faculty member at ArtCenter. She teaches, participates in and holds leadership positions in national and international design organizations, and consults and leads workshops for companies on the integration of sustainability into design practices. She recently completed a masters in sustainability and environmental management at Harvard University.

Nacorda, Christian
Ng, Eric

Eric Ng is an educator and concept designer. As a part of the inaugural Entertainment Design class at ArtCenter, he has returned and continued to teach students since 2008. Eric has been a designer for Walt Disney Imagineering R&D and Interactive as well as Sony Online Entertainment and Mattel. He pursues photography as well and has his work featured by Mercedes Benz, MTV and Kotaku. Eric is currently creating captivating images that featuring unique lifestyles as seen in his book, Project: Bazooka.

Courses include: Intro to Entertainment, Perspective, Advanced Perspective, Architcture 2, Entertainment Sketchbook, Viscom 1,2, Visualization 1,2,3

Parish, Justine

Justine Limpus Parish has worked extensively in the Los Angeles and San Francisco fashion industries as a fashion illustrator, designer, educator, art director and published author. As an associate professor and the director of the Sewing Lab at ArtCenter College of Design, she teaches in the Product Design and Entertainment Design departments. She also teaches workshops for Disney Consumer Products and other industry studios. She created the fashion department at the Academy of Art University and served as art director for Liberty House of California. She holds a BFA in painting and drawing and has been a designer of her own signature collection of special occasion fashion. She is the author/illustrator of her own E-Book series Drawing Fashion available on, and writes illustrated articles for magazines such as Belle Armoire Magazine. Her designs and illustrations have appeared in “Artwear: Fashion & Anti-Fashion,” “Fabric Artistry” by Singer, “Color with Style” by Donna Fujii, and she was curator of “Opulent Splendor” artwear exhibition at Brand Library Art Gallery in 2005. She is a member of The Costume Society of America, and past president of the Wearable Art Connection of Southern California.

Pastrana, Robert

Robert Pastrana spent his childhood in the United States, Puerto Rico and Mexico. He's been a freelance illustrator since graduating with distinction from ArtCenter College of Design in 1992. His book, Simplifying Perspective, was published in 2015 by Focal Press. An ArtCenter instructor since 1992, Pastrana has emphasizes personal voice through the the creative process; especially as it relates to concept, composition and color. Pastrana has recieved awards including recognition from Communication Arts, Print, Graphis, American Illustration, The Society of Publication Designers, Illustrators Only among others.

Paz, Leon

A native of Cali, Colombia, Leon Paz's interest in car design was sparked when he first saw a Ferrari 308 GTO at the impressionable age of 8.

He graduated from ArtCenter in 2008 with a degree in Transportation Design and has since worked for companies such as Hyundai's Design and Technical Center, Kia Motors America, Honda Research & Development Americas, and the independent development firm Technicon Design.

Paz has taught "Viscom" Fundamentals (Visual Communication) for both ArtCenter's degree program and extension program. He is also an inaugural instructor for ArtCenter Online, the College's foray into online education for remote learners.

Perez, Johnny
Prussia, Leslie
Saitzyk, Anne
Artist. Exhibitions include Bunny Gunner Gallery; Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery; Patricia Correia Gallery; The Bradbury Building; Peggy Phelps Gallery.
Sandberg, Erik
In 2002, Erik Mark Sandberg received a BFA with distinction, from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, and studied with former Gemini Gel Master Printer Anthony Alan Zepeda from 2003-2007. From 2006 to present, he has taught at Art Center College of Design, OTIS College of Art and Design, and California State University Northridge. He currently resides and works out of Los Angeles, CA.
Scaff, Julian

Julian Scaff is an associate professor of Interaction Design at ArtCenter College of Design. Scaff's areas of expertise include interaction design, design research, HCI and futurecasting. Scaff also runs a one-person design consultancy with a client list that includes Hitachi, Fidelity, Walmart, and Spatial Labs. During the course of his career, Scaff has worked for NASA/JPL, Idealab, and Siegel+Gale, and has taught at several universities in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. Scaff is particularly interested in the interaction design of mobility and aerospace systems, the convergence of XR and IoT, and design for social/environmental impact. In 2015, Scaff delivered a talk titled Designing Change for Good at TEDx Crenshaw in Los Angeles.

Shahbaz, Delbar
Sharma, Siladityaa

Siladityaa Sharma is a highly talented product designer at Meta's Reality Labs, renowned for his instrumental contributions to the development of Ray-Ban Stories Smart Glasses and the launch of Spotify Tap on Smart Glasses. In addition to his design work, Siladityaa is also a valued faculty member of the Interaction Design program at ArtCenter College of Design. He has a B.S. in Interaction Design and a Business minor, graduating with honors. Siladityaa's prior experience as a product design intern at Meta Reality Labs working on an augmented reality glasses-based project showcases his versatility and adaptability as a designer.  Siladityaa has garnered numerous awards and accolades for his design work, including the MUSE Design Award 2020: Gold Award in Conceptual Design–Interaction. Siladityaa is committed to mentoring and inspiring the next generation of designers at ArtCenter College of Design.

Sherrill, Robert
Landscape, Figure, Still Life for Galleries. Design / Concept for Animation.Set Design Art Director
Smitasin, Daniel
Smock, Randall
B.S. Transportation Design, Art Center College of Design. Honda Senior Exterior Designer. Studio experiences since 2001 includes: Honda Advanced Design(Pasadena)2yrs, Honda Design HQ Wako-shi, Japan(Tokyo)2yrs, and Honda R&D(L.A.)13 yrs. Notable works include 2008 Acura TSX Lead Designer, 2012 Acura RDX team, 2017 Odyssey Lead Designer, 2018 Acura RDX Project Leader.  
Thai, Wendy
Turner, Lorna
Valencia, Debra

About Debra Valencia

Debra Valencia, a visionary artist, designer and entrepreneur with a passion for world travel, artisan traditions and popular genres, has branded a modern style uniquely her own.  The Debra Valencia™ brand surface designs take a fresh approach to creatively blending florals, paisleys, geometric and decorative motifs in a distinctive sense of style.  Her signature look is artistic, lively, vibrant, colorful, vivid and imaginative. She is inspired by craftsman of cultures from all over the world, including textile arts and architectural ornamentation, as well as pop art, fashion and everything vintage. Like a talented chef whose fusion of unexpected ingredients turns an ordinary dish into an extravaganza, Debra mixes and matches elements to create rich designs spiced with style and color.

Professional Recognition

Debra’s expertise includes creating distinctive branding, packaging and product design for globally recognized companies in a variety of industries. Gift, Home, and Stationery: Esprit Bed & Bath, Karen Klein Candles & Spa; Toy: Hasbro, Playskool, Milton Bradley, Swingset Press, Herrington Teddy Bears, and CowParade; Entertainment and Hospitality: Disney, Hard Rock Cafés & Hotels International, The Cheesecake Factory, MGM Grand Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Luxe Hotels Worldwide, Costume Designers Guild and Leonardo DiCaprio; Publishing: Book design for artists including Mark Ryden and Liz McGrath, museums, galleries and a variety of travel, business, children and trade book publishers. 

Debra founded greeting card company, Vida Valencia, in 2006. The company features a line of pop-up cards specifically designed to hold gift cards. The Vida Valencia catalog of over 130 items is currently licensed to Jillson & Roberts. Products received accolades in the press for ingenuity and design innovation including Greetings Etc. January 2007 cover and named Top Trends of 2007 as well as Best of Show at National Stationery Show 2007. 

Debra is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), Greeting Card Association (GCA) and Craft & Hobby Association (CHA). Her design work has been featured in publications including Time, Interiors, HOW, Print, ID, Communication Arts, Identity, Abitare, Process Architecture, Greetings Etc., Gift & Decorative Accessories, Giftware News, and the definitive book, Women in Design 1900–2000. She has received numerous awards from the AIGA, STA and other professional design organizations.

Debra is a published author with her first title Sewing Pretty Bags: Boutique Designs to Stitch & Love, launched May 1, 2015 for Fox Chapel Publishing. The title is the first in a series of three books for the DIY sewing and craft market. She is also author/artist of three coloring books for the adult market published in 2015. 

Arts Educator

She has served as a part-time faculty member in the Communication Arts department at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles for over 13 years. Courses she has taught in the past include Basic Design Fundamentals, Typography, Production Technologies and Professional Practice for Graphic Designers. Debra Valencia is currently teaching private seminars on the Business of Art Licensing and is an occasional guest lecturer at colleges and design conferences. In Spring 2013, Debra launched a new 10-week Business of Art Licensing course at Otis College of Art + Design in Los Angeles as part of the Continuing Education program and is repeating the same course every Spring semester. She is also teaching Digital Surface Design at Art Center of College of Design at Night Program in Pasadena every Spring semester. 

Debra has selected, supervised, trained and mentored over 50 student interns from Otis College of Art & Design, California State University/Long Beach, Rhode Island School of Design, University of the Arts/Philadelphia, Santa Monica College, University of California/Los Angeles, Art Center and California Institute of the Arts. The students gained real world work experience and were better prepared to enter professional positions.

Well respected as a design educator, Debra has been invited to portfolio reviews for AIGA/LA, Otis Intern Program and National Portfolio Day. Debra has lectured at major institutions and conferences including Cal Poly Tech in San Luis Obispo, Harvard University, Fresh Dialogue program sponsored by the AIGA New York, Western Regional Conference of the Society of Environmental Graphic Designers (SEGD) and Art Director’s Clubs of both Los Angeles and Washington, DC. She has served as a judge in numerous national design competitions for the same organizations.

Viers, Joshua
Willey, Claude
Artist, urbanist, consultant, and professor of Urban Studies and Planning. Various research projects have focused on such diverse topics as Mojave Desert hydrology, Inland Empire transportation infrastructure, and environmental philosophy. His activities have been funded by the California Council for the Humanities, the LEF Foundation, Rain Bird, The Beall Center for Art and Technology, and the University of California Institute for Research in the Arts.
Winston, Jeannie

Jeannie Winston is a Los Angeles based artist who brings more than thirty years of experience in illustration, creating children’s books for Simon & Shuster, Scholastic and others. She worked in the infant bedding industry turning her illustrations into textiles and bedding designs and became the lead designer for both Kids Line and Lambs and Ivy. She began working with the interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard creating his inaugural line of textiles, and recently completed another line of textiles with him. This collaboration shifted her focus to textile design, and her studio continues to produce designs for clients such as Ralph Lauren, Citizens of Humanity, and many others. Constantly curious about the world around her she believes that harmony and balance have the ability to transform lives. Using this principle, she has created a new line of rugs for Mehraban Rugs in Los Angeles.

Winterfield, Mary

BS, Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin, Madison; MA, Linguistics, Universidad de Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela; Art Students League of New York, New York; Cape School of Art under Henry Hensche, Provincetown, MA.; School of the Museum of Fine Arts of Tufts University, Boston; Syracuse University, NY. Artist.

Solo exhibitions: Georgetown Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; Multiple Impressions, Stephen Fineman Gallery, New York, New York; Society of Illustrators, New York, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Venezuela; Museum of Modern Art, Venezuela; Ayacucho Museum of Art, Galeria Epoca, and Galeria Apeiron, Venezuela. Work included in more than 250 collections internationally.

Illustrator, books for Editorial Monte Avila, Caracas, including Los Colores Occultos by poet Vicente Gerbasi. Personal interests include color, light and space in painting and architecture. She has been teaching at ArtCenter since 2004. Currently represented by Aaron Galleries, Chicago.

Wong, Bryan
Yamin, Samira
Yanish, Mary
Illustrator, Artist
Yanke, Angelo
Yeung, Gee

Gee Yeung is CEO at RumbleBox with over 20 years of experience supervising/producing film and immersive content. Gee has a BFA in computer art and illustration. He started his career at BlueSky/VIFX learning on films including FaceOff, Blade, and Titanic. At Rhythm & Hues, he lead VFX work on Alvin and the Chipmunks, Superman Returns, and Mummy 3. Following that, he lead a visual development team at Dreamworks Animation on feature films BOO and Turbo afterward transitioning into virtual/augmented reality content development for the DreamLab VR team. From there, he was art director on the BluVR for WeVR and supervised Star Trek Beyond for Bad Robot. He also directed projects for Otoy Inc. Gee was VFX supervisor on Sign of Life and creative director for Griffith. Currently, he is creating, directing and producing content for Invisible Thread and RumbleBox.

Zirkle, Emmett "Emmett Zirkle"
Zopf, Jini

Jini is a 3rd generation designer. Her earliest memories involve drawing and discussing design themes with her family. She graduated with honors from ArtCenter College of Design in Illustration and then began this incredible adventure in her design career. 

She has a passion for inspiring and strategically leading teams of creatives to soar far beyond the realm of what they thought possible. She believes that teams that are well-fueled and empowered are able to create above and beyond their expectations. Over her 15 years in branding, packaging, product design, style guide creation and design leadership, she has learned that keeping herself inspired, remembering it is about the people, not the task and finding the learning in each project keeps her curious and highly engaged.

In Jini's 20-year design career, so far she has heald in-house creative leadership positions at LEGO, Airstream Inc, Disney, Mattel (Hot Wheels). LinkedIn