Towson University, B.F.A. Digital Art and Design, 2017 University of California, Davis, M.F.A., Design, 2020
Alexa is a creative coder and design researcher who has spent her
career programming mixed reality large-scale and screen-based
data visualizations representing the “quantified self”. Beginning
in the Baltimore art scene, Alexa started a personal practice of
meditational drawings and self-teaching herself code before
moving to the Bay Area. She has exhibited work in and around San
Francisco and East Bay including Kala Art Institute, Gray Area
Foundation for the Arts, and the Exploratorium.
B.A. Fine Art, University of California, Los AngelesM.F.A. Design, University of California Davis (2018)
Justin’s career has spanned museum exhibit installation, art
handling, film/theater set fabrication, and custom design/build
projects for clients ranging from retail spaces to organic farms.
He was a co-founder of the Austin, Texas based artist
collective Okay Mountain, a gallery/studio whose members continue
to exhibit immersive multimedia installations nationwide.
Justin is interested in how we experience and interact with
architectural space, media, and wild places.
A.A. in Fashion Design, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (2013)B.A. in Design, University of California, Davis (2016)M.F.A. in Design, University of California Davis (2018)
Christine works as a freelance Designer in the Northern
California Bay Area. She has worked with such companies as Cari
Borja Clothesmaker, Community Homework, Ink+Ivy, as well as with
private clients for cosplay design and construction orders. Her
work has been featured by Marvel Comics, and seen on such sites
as Vanity Fair, LA Weekly, the Daily Mail UK, and YouTube.
Christine has worked as an instructor at Arizona State University
in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and here at UC
Davis in Design.
College in Brazil, Bachelor of Arts and Sciences, Graphic Design 2012City College of San Francisco, digital Design for the New Media 2015
Jean was a lead designer and illustrator until 2014, when he
moved to the US to study Digital Interactions and UX Design.
Since then he has developed himself as a Visual Designer
interested in articulating design decisions, rationally
considering projects’ function before their form.
During his time at UC Davis, he has proven to be extremely
motivated and empathetic with his student’s learning
goals—through his classwork, his TA positions, and his
participation in the newly founded Prototyping Lab.