FULL-TIME FACULTY


Stephen Wood 

Department Chair, Assistant Professor
When Stephen Wood is not drawing little fantasy critters and dragons, or making 3D models, he is an assistant professor of Animation Game Arts at Moore College of Art Design. He has lived all over the United States, from the wintery Midwest to the balmy South, but he has found a home in Philadelphia. Outside of academia, he runs an indie tabletop roleplaying game studio, Stephen Wood Games, with a mission to create games that he wishes he'd had when he was a kid. His first release was the Wild Lands Fantasy Critter RPG. He has found roleplaying games to be a rich media in which he can use all of his skills—including 3D animation, game design, graphic design, illustration, motion graphics and many moreto provide a world for others to tell their own stories. View full profile



James Johnson 
Associate Professor
James Johnson received an MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a BFA from Marywood University. His art encompasses installation, sculpture, photography, and live activity, and makes reference to architecture and issues surrounding representation, economics and power. He is influenced by conceptual art and minimalism. Recognitions include an Independence Foundation Fellowship and two Pennsylvania Council of the Arts Fellowships. He was an Acquisition Finalist for the West Prize and completed a residency at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. View full profile


 

Kelli Williams

Assistant Professor
Kelli Williams is an animator, visual artist and community artist. In her personal practice, she uses stop-motion animation, photography, installation and humor to create work that comments on society through the lens of social media and technology. She is an alumna of Morgan State University where she majored in fine art, with a concentration in photography. She received her MFA from Columbus College of Art in Design. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally and has been featured in The Huffington Post, Columbus LiveHyperallergicArtnet and Baltimore MagazineView full profile

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