faculty profiles

Parkland's graphic design and interactive design faculty are working professionals in the marketing communications, design, and illustration fields, bringing real-world experience into the classroom. Read about their philosophies below.

 

 

Lisa Kesler

Fine & Applied Arts Part-Time Faculty

Office: D025

lkesler@parkland.edu

217/373-3782

I think one of the most important habits to develop as a designer or artist is the habit of keeping a sketchbook or journal. It will be a valuable resource when you are looking for ideas and inspiration.

Kristina Reese

Fine & Applied Arts Part-Time Faculty

Office: D025

kreese@parkland.edu

217/373-3782

“Encourage questions, be open to changes, and always be true to yourself.”

Liza Wynette

Fine & Applied Arts Part-Time Faculty

Office: D025

lwynette@parkland.edu

217/373-3782

“What makes a good designer is their ability to creatively solve visual problems.”

Paul Young

Fine & Applied Arts Professor, Graphic Design

Office: D025

pyoung@parkland.edu

217/351-2403

“It’s easy to become a good designer: learn the design principles, utilize the creative process, study what other designers do.”