Lewis Bangham is an award-winning designer and fine artist whose range of experience includes storyboard artist, illustrator, animator, and game designer. He has produced projects for a variety of clients including NASA, Capitol Records, 20th Century Fox, Siemens, and Apple computers.
As a fine artist, he has exhibited internationally. Bangham has taught at the Art Center College of Design, Stanford University, and the Art Academy University. BS, Art Center College of Design
Marshall Dalva is a jeweler and metalsmith who has worked as a production jeweler for an Oakland-based designer. Within a short time, he was managing production and the everyday workings of the designer's studio, which has grown into an internationally recognized brand.
Dalva's personal work follows a different model; he has a deep love for the flexibility of metal, focusing on metal forming and larger-scale fabrication.
With a hammer, some patience, and a little skill, the possibilities are endless. In recent years Dalva has returned to his private work, creating metal sculpture and jewelry in his studio using a range of techniques and materials. He has previously taught at The Crucible. BFA, CCA
Peter Kuo is a certified technical trainer and an Adobe-certified instructor in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, and Lightroom. He has over 10 years of experience as a designer and artist working in print, web, and digital publishing.
Kuo conducts hands-on corporate workshops as well as in-class instruction for Adobe software training.
Briggs MacDonald's work ranges from residential to hospitality, commercial, and institutional interiors. Presently in private practice, clients have included Vitra, Artemide, and Design Within Reach showrooms.
He has formerly held positions as principal at Alamosa Design Associates, director of interior architecture at EHDD Architecture, and as design director at Mancini Duffy, all in San Francisco. MacDonald has also worked with Andree Putman and Vignelli Associates in New York.
Mel Prest is a San Francisco-based artist, curator, and teacher. Prest has been awarded funded artist residencies at Willapa Bay, The Wassaic Artist Residency, The Ragdale Foundation, The Sam & Adele Golden Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, de Young Museum, and was an affiliate artist at the Headlands Center for the Arts.
Recent exhibitions include MoonBrightChime (solo) at Galleri Urbane, Dallas, TX; un.bound.ed at Root Division, San Francisco; The Intuitionists at the Drawing Center, New York, NY; Doppler Shift at Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ; Works on Paper 2012 at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC. MFA, Mills College; BFA, RISD
Merl Ross is a painter whose work has been exhibited nationally and is included in numerous public and private collections. She is the recipient of a California Magazine Discovery Award and presently teaches painting at UC Berkeley. BA, MA, MFA, UC Berkeley
Sarah Thibault is an artist, writer and curator living in San Francisco. Her paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and abroad including with the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, Steve Turner Contemporary, Jack Hanley Gallery and Mark Wolfe Gallery. Her artwork has been featured in The Huffington Post, San Francisco Magazine, SFAQ, The Examiner and 7x7. Ms. Thibault curates a monthly lecture series called The Painting Salon and contributes regularly as a writer to SFAQ Online. BFA, San Francisco Art Institute; BA, University of Wisconsin- Madison; MFA, CCA.
Eugene Young is a Bay Area graphic designer and illustrator. He has taught in CCA's undergraduate Graphic Design, Pre-College, and Extension programs, and currently teaches digital drawing and painting at Dominican University and Adobe Illustrator at City College of San Francisco.
Young has also taught rapid visualization in the CCSF Design Collaborative program and taught the college's first visual development for animation course in the fall of 2014.
As sole proprietor of Eurayo Design, he has produced marketing collateral for several Bay Area community-based arts organizations, nonprofits, and small businesses. Young is also known for his afrofuturism-inspired science fiction and fantasy illustration.
This year he guest-curated A Show of Power: Africans and African Americans in Science Fiction and Fantasy at CCSF and was a featured artist at the 2014 Black Choreographers Festival where he exhibited a retrospective of graphic design work. BFA, CCAC
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