Spring 2017 – Spring 2020
Built and taught Academy of Art University’s Zine class. The course covered the history of zines and Xerox art, multiple types of book structures, and utilized a Risograph printer.

Summer 2015, 2017, and 2019
Taught the Book Arts half of Academy of Art University’s Printmaking/Book Arts Study Abroad summer course in Florence, Italy. The class met three days a week in the studio at SRISA to learn book structures, and spent one day a week with the Painting department on location in various hilltop towns, researching and sketching ideas.

Jan 2007 – present
Faculty teaching: Intro to Printmaking (survey class), Silkscreen 1 & 2, Book Arts 1 & 2, and Monotype at Academy of Art University (SF). Class sizes ranged from 8 – 18 students, over 15 weeks (1 day/6 hours) or 7.5 weeks (2 days/g hours per day) for summer semester. Followed class outlines and curriculum, but created my own content for demonstrations and often revised handouts. Onsite classes often covered 1-2 demonstrations per class, student work time, and critiques. Taught online classes, which were already built including videos and text instructions. Facilitated class discussions, worked individually with students, and critiqued assignments. Re-built both online classes Intro to Printmaking and Silkscreen to update videos, revise technology, and refine curriculum.

Sept 2006 – May 2010
Workshop instructor, Academy of Art University (SF). 3-hour workshops ran a couple times a week to provide support to students taking any level of Printmaking or Book Arts class.

Sept 2006 – Dec 2007
Screenprinting instructor at Mission Grafica. I taught a 3-hour class once a week. Adult students were able to drop-in and learn to print their image on paper or fabric.

Dec 2005
Taught “Wild Cards” Papercraft Workshop at Zeum Children’s Museum (SF) was a one-day class for young children. Students made cards focusing on simple pop-up techniques.