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Lisa is a freelance designer and has been a graphics educator for more than 10 years. She has a BFA from Kutztown University. She excelled as an art director and designer in the medical and university publishing arena for many years before becoming a full-time freelancer. Her specialty remains medical and research literature. Her clients include Harcourt College Publishing, Thompson Publishing, Temple University Press, Addison Wesley and Novartis Corp.
Jessie holds an MFA in painting from Maryland Institute College of Art’s Hoffberger School of Painting where she studied with renowned artist Grace Hartigan and a BFA from Boston University, where she studied painting and art history. Currently teaching at Moore and Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Boyko exhibits her work throughout the region. In 2010, she received an artist-in-residence award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Joe is an NCARB certified architect who holds a MArch from Washington University and a BFA in Photography from Rhode Island School of Design. Currently specializing in residential renovations and additions for historic properties, his professional background includes Alvin Holm, AIA in Philadelphia and Stull and Lee Associates in Boston. He has taught with Washington University in St. Louis and Drake University in Florence, Italy.
Maureen is in house designer with Burlington Coat Factory where she is responsible for marketing materials from concept to production, including art direction of photography, email advertisements, and multiple page direct mail. She also runs a successful freelance graphic design business. An active member of AIGA, the professional association for design, she holds a BS in Graphic Design Communication from Philadelphia University and has studied at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland.
Clem is an architect who has been principal with CC3D Architectural Rendering since 1989. In addition, he teaches Drawing for Interiors with Moore’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Interior Design. A member of AIA Philadelphia and ASAI, American Society of Architectural Illustrators, he holds a BA in Architecture and a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Pennsylvania. Previous teaching positions include Harvard University School of Design and University of Louisville.
Liana is Experience Architect at MISI Company and a freelance graphic/interaction designer for print and web. Holding an MFA in Art and Technology from School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she was formerly Assistant Professor of Art at Chatham University in Pittsburgh in the undergraduate and graduate digital media programs. Exhibitions of her work include the International Festival for Film, Video, and New Media in Switzerland and Yale University's Parachute Gallery (2011).
Jenny received her MFA from The Yale School of Art in Photography and Video. She believes that teaching rests on two principles – a strong technical foundation and the development of artistic voice. She has participated in several exhibitions and screenings including the San Diego Women’s Film Festival and The Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Maureen received her MFA in Studio Metals at State University of New York at New Paltz and her BFA in Fine Art: 3D from Moore College of Art & Design. She is an artist in jewelry and metalsmithing, woodworking, blacksmithing, and sculpting. Her work can be found on display in many local galleries including Bambie, Topstitch, and The Art Shop at Moore.
Kirsten received an MFA in Painting from Pratt Institute and BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. She also currently teaches drawing, color and interior design at Delaware College of Art & Design and previously has taught at Pratt Institute and Widener University. Her work has been exhibited throughout the Philadelphia region, in New York and in Italy.
James is an architect with a background that includes product and graphic design. He holds a MArchi from University of Kansas and MFA in Painting from Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. A principle with Studio Inc. in Philadelphia, Fisher also teaches in Moore’s MFA in Interior Design Program. Formerly adjunct professor in Iowa State University’s Department of Architecture, his work has won several awards including the 2006 American Institute of Architect’s Iowa Honor Award of Excellence.
Rachel, a fashion and costume designer, creates work on a regular basis for Opera Company of Philadelphia and Arden Theatre in Philadelphia. Her background includes productions for Stars on Ice, New York theatre, and many films – most recently Rachel and Diana, written and directed by Dave Janetta. In 2006, her costumes for the play, Quotable Assassin, were praised by The New York Times. She is also Creative Director/Owner of RAE Kids in Philadelphia.
Janey served for seven years as Senior Interior Designer with Daroff Design, Inc in Philadelphia until 2009, when she left to have a baby and begin a freelance business. Her design work spans residential, hospitality, and commercial projects. She holds a BS in Interior Design from Drexel University and achieved LEED AP certification while involved in the design and research of a LEED Silver Hotel.
Kristine is a professional textile designer currently with Urban Outfitters. Previous work in textile design has included Adrianna Papell in New York, G. Star Apparel in New York, French Rags in Los Angeles, and Keeco in San Francisco. She is also a freelance CAD artist with DesignWorks International in New York. She received her BFA in Fashion and Textile Design from Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
Vladan is Art Director and Curator of Fine Arts for Material Culture in Philadelphia, where he merchandises all incoming antiques from Europe, Asia, and Africa and curates exhibits of antique and early 20th Century furniture. He holds a BFA from the University of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Serbia where he taught art history and painting. A painter and photographer, his work has been exhibited in both the United States and Europe.
Kelly holds an MS in Design, Housing and Apparel from the University of Minnesota and Pennsylvania teacher certification. Her background includes apparel design and fashion merchandising, as well as ownership of small businesses in custom bridal, rock climbing wear, and a small line of dresses. She has taught fashion at Bay State College in Boston and business at ICM School of Business in Pittsburgh. She is a proficient weaver with a passion for historic costume and design.
Glenn has over 20 years experience as a designer for major clients including Coty Beauty, Merck & Company, Inc., Lenox Brands and Dansk International Design. Specializing in product design/development, logo/brand, and identity development/advertising, he has won numerous awards including the Clio Award and Print Magazine Regional Design Award. Holding a BFA in Communication Design from Pratt Institute in New York, his background includes working with Lou Dorfsman, a design legend with many years at CBS Broadcasting.
Doug, adjunct faculty in the Fine Arts Department at Moore, holds an MFA from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. He has previously taught at Swarthmore College, Rowan University and Louisiana State University. His many visiting artist workshops nationally and internationally include Escuela de Artes Plasticas in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Among selected exhibitions are the Philadelphia International Airport, National Council on Education for Ceramics Exhibition 2005, and Snyderman-Works Gallery in New York.
Millie is a noted costume designer with extensive experience in designing fashion for theater and film. She has been recognized by several prestigious award and honors in costume design. Most recently, she worked as a seamstress for the film Shadow Boxer, starring Cuba Gooding, Jr. With an MFA from Temple University, Hiibel offers a wide range of ability from costumes and fashion watercolor depictions to the history of fashion and costume.
Bob is a graphic designer and educator specializing in computer illustration and technology. Before founding Hires Graphics, a computer graphics studio, his professional experience included serving as the Creative Director at Discovery Software, a software development company. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Katie managed the Technical Illustration Department of Jones New York where she also worked as a technical illustrator and designer for eight years. With a two-year old child, Katharine currently freelances and does contract work for Jones New York and Brooks Brothers in addition to teaching. Certified in Art Education, she holds BFA in Graphic Design and Photography from Slippery Rock University and an MA in Illustration from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology.
Joy is an experienced a fashion designer who formerly led a design team at Hartstrings, a company with 28 retail locations across the United States and headquartered in suburban Philadelphia. Currently completing a Post Baccalaureate in Art Education Certificate, she holds a BS with Honors in Apparel and Textile Design from Michigan State University and an AAS in Fashion Design from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology.
Bernardo is a graphic and web designer whose clients include Philadelphia University, Asociacion Israelita de Venezuela, and Postcards to the President. He serves on the Advisory Board for Design Philadelphia and as Ethics Co-Chair for AIGA, the professional association for design. In work was recently published in Green Patriot Posters, Metropolis Books (2010). Margulis holds an MFA in Graphic and Interactive Design from Tyler School of Art, Temple University.
Jesse is a web designer and developer currently with Omeda Technologies. His background includes the creation of custom content management systems with Kentro Media and the development of communication software for eCamp Messaging Services. He received in BS in Management Information Systems from the Fox School of Business, Temple University.
Kaz has a background in architecture, interior design, and lighting. He has been affiliated with renowned design firms including Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (New York), Vignelli Associates (New York), and Isao Hosoe Design (Milan). He holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Design and a BFA with Honors in Industrial Design from Rhode Island School of Design in Providence.
Sharif holds a BFA in Multimedia from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. In addition to producing work under his own name, he designs under the label Masters of None, which reflects his interest in various tools, techniques and media. He is a photographer whose work is shown locally and abroad; a documentary filmmaker and editor; and designer of personal products, home goods, board games and games for the web.
Jigna is a LEED Certified interior designer with a broad range of clients including Granary Associates Architects, Cubellis Associates and Bower Lewis Thrower Architects. Her projects encompass both residential and commercial design. Recent awards include Best of Residence, PA/NJ/DE Annual IIDA Design Awards; Best of Retail, PA/NJ/DE Annual IIDA Design Awards; and Second Place, Salon of the Year Awards. She holds an MS in Interior Design from Drexel University and a BFA from Temple University.
Patricia is a highly skilled production and technical patternmaker. Currently head of Urban Outfitters Patternmaking Department, her many years of experience in the fashion industry include work with Henry Hampton and Caron in Chicago, as well as Joyce Sportswear in Gary, Indiana. She received her training at the Academy of Fashion Design in Chicago and William Rainer Harper College in Palatine, Illinois.