Enjoy a few samples of work from my first group of online students from The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). They grew tremendously over the 10-week course, and I couldn't be prouder of them! I'm teaching again this winter and can't wait to see the lightbulbs glow as the course progresses.
About a year ago with Advent, DLR, Haselden, and The University of Wyoming, I was working on the interactive UI and final display designs of the Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center. As we head into the grand opening anniversary this October, my heart is thankful. From the initial pitch and research to the final celebration beside colleagues, donors, and students, this project will remain in my heart for a long time. See more on the project here.
I love my alma mater. A little blast from the past, part of my MFA thesis, was featured on SCAD Portfolios in August. You can see it here: http://portfolios.scad.edu/gallery/2172945/Interactive-Light-Sculpture Or on my website.
They call me Professor Ludlam, though I tell them they can call me Renée. :) In March, I taught my first undergraduate course at The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), GRDS 285, Graphic Design Media Management. It is an early level graphic design course, so many of the students were from other majors. The diverse and fantastic group of 20 students grew tremendously over the 10-week course, and I couldn't be prouder of them. They taught me much along the way, and I am excited to teach again in the fall.