- B.F.A., filmmaking, University of Rhode Island, 1985
- M.F.A., visual design, UMass Dartmouth, 1991
"I was fortunate to be born in an educational 'dynasty.' With parents and grandparents committed to education and pedagogical practices in subjects as wide ranging as economics, literature and oceanography, my inspiration for teaching has been my family. Teaching is a wonderful privilege and a vocation that is extraordinarily humbling. My students are, and have always been, a great source of inspiration and pride."Dominique Elliott | Motion media design professor
Awards, recognition and honors
Faculty Development Grant 2009, National Association of Television Program Executives; Individual Artist Grant, Georgia Council for the Arts; nomination for NACADA faculty academic advising award
Promax/BDA International, Creative Educators Forum Advisory Board, National Association of Television Program Executives, AIGA
Full time teaching assistant, UMass Dartmouth, Massachusetts; instructor, Brown University, Rhode Island; director/editor of documentaries and experimental videos
Publications and presentations
- "NATPE 2010 Coverage." Review and analysis of the 2010 NATPE conference, Motiontographer, January 2010.
- "Halogen: Building a Network from the Ground Up." Interview with creative director Jeff Doud, Motiontographer, October 2009.
- "Balancing core design principles, conceptual development, and technical options" Adobe.com, August, 2009.
- 2010. Cats in the Hats, solo exhibit - oil paintings, Savannah, Georgia
- 2009. Atlanta Juried Photography Exhibition, Atlantic Station