Ki Ho Park
Ki Ho Park is originally from Busan, South Korea. He earned his MFA in Graphic Design from Louisiana State University where he concentrated on the study of public awareness campaigns and a BFA in Graphic Design from the College of Visual Arts.
He is a design educator and designer who engages in the fields of motion, data visualization, web, packaging, and branding. He applies his experience and knowledge in technology, art and design to his work developing innovative communication and storytelling strategies. Prior to joining the faculty at Campbell University, he taught interactive multimedia design and digital imaging techniques at the Louisiana State University.
He has worked as an art director with many artists and designers on various national and international projects. His work has been included in many prestigious international exhibitions and earned national awards. As a design educator, he has presented at the AIGA and SECAC design conferences.
His current research interest is in developing projects that will integrate digital and analog learning to create a new experience, enhancing understanding of the language, principles and skills of visual communication design.
Breck Smith is a native of Natural Bridge, Virginia who received his B.A. in Studio Art from Averett College (now Averett University) in Danville, Virginia. Smith went on to receive his MFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Drawing and Painting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. After graduate school, Smith worked as an Exhibit Design Technician at the North Carolina Zoological Park before coming to Campbell University.
In 1990, Smith received a North Carolina Artist Fellowship from the North Carolina Arts Council. In 2007, Smith received a Partial Fellowship to attend Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont as a Resident for four weeks.
Larkin Tysor received his B.A. in Ceramics from High Point University in 1978. Following his studies at High Point, he went on to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he received his M.F.A., concentrating in painting. Tysor has participated in over 20 exhibitions and commissions. His areas of concentration at Campbell are ceramics and sculpture.