At George Mason University:

  • Developed and delivered Hand Lettering and Typeface Design (AVT419008 and AVT519-008) (Fall 2018)
  • Taught Corporate Design and Branding (AVT414002), Writing for Designers (AVT396-001) (Fall 2018)
  • Taught Corporate Design and Branding (AVT414001 and AVT414-002) and Brand Identity Design (AVT614001) (Spring 2017)
  • Taught Writing for Artists (Graphic Design focus) (AVT395-004, 005, and 002) (Spring and Fall 2017)
  • Taught Typography (AVT215-001 and 002) (Fall 2017)
  • Taught Typography (AVT215-A02) (Summer 2017)
  • Taught Corporate Design and Branding (AVT414001 and AVT414-002) and Brand Identity Design (AVT614001) (Fall 2016)

While basic curriculum for each course was received from department chair or incumbent (except for AVT419/519-008), all lectures were self-developed. Summer hybrid curriculum required special adaptation to meet the requirements of a compressed schedule. Developed and delivered special topics course on hand lettering and typeface design.

At Pyramid Atlantic Art Center:

  • Teach letterpress printing on both cylinder and platen presses in group and individual settings. Classes cover basics of press operation and safety, studio procedures, nomenclature, typesetting, registration, makeready, printing, and cleanup. (Ongoing since 2013)
  • Designed curriculum for and taught Art and Business, a multi-week pilot class for underserved middle and high school students. (2016)

At The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (The World Bank):

  • Developed and delivered seminar for World Bank Institute staff on understanding new branding guidelines, corporate identity, and use in print and online documents and platforms. (2013)
  • Provided ongoing client education on visual communications issues and design requirements to divisional staff for World Bank Institute publications. (2000–2015)