I am currently an Instructor in Foundations in The School of Art at Northern Arizona University. From 2005 – 2014, I was a Faculty Member in printmaking, drawing and painting at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. For several years, I was also an Adjunct Faculty member at South Puget Sound Community College in the visual arts. At Evergreen, I taught both technical and thematic based studio courses in various printmaking disciplines including intaglio, lithography, serigraphy, relief, letterpress, book arts and photo-based processes. I have designed over a dozen courses, creating and implementing all structure, assignments, demonstrations, lectures, course readings, class critiques and discussions. In addition, I have taught courses in foundations drawing, figurative studies and 2D design. I managed and supervised Evergreen’s large, well-equipped non-toxic printmaking studio, which contains complete, distinct intaglio, relief, lithography, serigraphy, letterpress and typesetting areas. Furthermore, my interest in incorporating digital imaging into print based media provides ample experience teaching digital arts to students of all skill levels using evolving technologies and facilities with state of the art computers, printers and digital equipment.