Degree Major Emphasis Institution Year
M.A. Graphic Design Savannah College of Art and Design 2014
M.F.A. Graphic Design Savannah College of Arts and Design 2016
B.F.A. Graphic Design Virginia Commonwealth University 1991

Christopher is a User Interface Designer & Brand Developer with a passion for creating new things and sharing those experiences with young creatives.

Inspired by hard working parents who set strong examples of what it takes to succeed in all areas of life, Christopher has excelled as a successful designer, educator and entrepreneur. He has designed and developed websites, mobile apps and print ads for leading companies such as Marriott, Phillips 66, NY Rangers, O, The Oprah Magazine, Time Magazine, and MetLife.

During his time at Indian River State College, he was awarded Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Member of the Year for 2 consecutive years (2016, 2017).

As an entrepreneur, Christopher has developed a deep passion for lending his services to the community. He works closely with many faith-based organizations, non-profits, small businesses and community organizations to create, develop and enhance their brand.

Christopher’s close-knit family, academic and industry influences have molded him into the creative, purpose-filled professional he is today.

New York City College of Technology (City Tech), Advertising Design, 1989

UI/UX Design
Publication Design
Illustrator Fundamentals
Presentation Technology

Indian River State College (FL): 2010 - 2018
The Chubb Institute/Anthem Institute (NY): 2005 - 2008

"What is Your Purpose?" Men of Color College Orientation, Indian River State College, November 2017. Lecture
Web Design: Interactive & Games - GE Money: Choosing a Mortgage (Taschen, 2008)
Web Design: Interactive & Games - Vanity Fair: VF Insider (Taschen, 2008)
International Logos & Trademarks 5ive, (Madison Square Press, 2001)

E.N.D.IT! - Everybody's Not Doing It (Advisory Board)
A non-profit organization created to prevent at-risk behaviors in Pre-teen and Teen youth by providing education, inspiration and positive alternatives thru the arts.

“There is nothing glamorous in what I do. I’m a working man. Perhaps I’m luckier than most in that I receive considerable satisfaction from doing useful work…” – Saul Bass