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Student Work & Projects

Design Project: Independent Project

Design Project: Daily Dishonesty Poster

Video Project: Stop-Motion & Claymation

Design Project: Color Temperature Poster

Photography Project: Portrait Experimentation

Design Project: Design Principles Poster

Photography Project: Still Life

Design Project: Pairing Fonts Poster

Video Project: Video Holiday Card

Photography Project: Circular Heaven

Design Project: Graphic Poetry Book

Video Project: Scene Remake

Video Project: Frame It! with Composition

Design Project: Type Illustration

Photography Project: Composition & Landscape

Design Project: Animal Totem

Design Project: Holiday Card

Video Project: Book Trailer

Design Project: Explain that Graphic Design Principle

Photography Project: Photoshop Battle

Design Project: Creating a Concept

Photography Project: Creative Self-Portrait

Photography Project: Sketchnoting & Research

Design Project: Birthday Card in the Style of…

Video Project: Composition in Video

Photography Project: Independent Project

Video Project: About Me Video

Design Project: Magazine Mockup

Video Project: Itten’s Color Contrasts

Design Project: Get Positive (and a Bit Negative) Poster

Philosophy of Education

“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” — Aristotle

As Nelson Mandela said, “education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Truly, the forte of learning exposes how teachers possess a great power to influence. It is this potential to influence the students, to motivate them to great heights, to inspire brilliance, to encourage growth and creativity that makes the teaching profession such a remarkable institution.

My philosophy of teaching is of more progressively bent. To me learning is about active participation, problem solving, and creation. Teachers are facilitators and should be guides to foster thinking. I firmly believe knowledge is constructed through doing and that the importance isn’t in a single right or wrong answer, but how you got to the solution. Teachers should help promote a mentality of persistence, of not giving up after one failure, but trying and trying again until there is some measure of success.

I believe teaching is as educator Josef Albers once said, “good teaching is more a giving of right questions than a giving of right answers.” A teacher can open the world to a student and can create a place to question, to think, and to create.