Richard Cook, a candidate for a BFA in Graphic Design, has been a graphic designer in Nashville for many years. He sought a degree to reinforce his work with digital technology, including web design and animation.
Richard's background encompasses logo design, branding, packaging, print collateral and illustration. His work has been printed and sold world wide.
In keeping with modern technology, his illustrations can be purchased at llustrationsource.com. More original designs and illustrations can be purchased at red bubble.com and on his web site through the link "A History Of Horror Films."
Richard is a resident of Goodlettsville, TN.
Chris Fowler moved to Tennessee in 2007, from Shreveport Louisiana. Attended Volunteer State Community College and received an Associate degree in Applied Art Sciences. Then he transferred to Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, to receive a BFA in Graphic Design with a focus in Illustration. He loves pen and ink, and enhancing them with digital color.
Cassie Isenhower-Coon will be graduating with her graphic design BFA, with a concentration in illustration and web development. Her two greatest passions in life are to create and to travel (especially to Mexico). The adventure of travel inspires the creative side in her. Therefore, she is striving to find a career that encompasses both. In the meantime, classes and a pair of dobermans keep her quite busy.
Cassie enjoys integrating collage, texture and charcoal hand drawings into her design and web-based projects.
Katelyn Pennington, originally from Michigan, moved to Nashville about five years ago and fell in love with the city! She started attending Watkins College of Art, Design & Film in 2011. Here she is now, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Graphic Design with a concentration in Web Development.
Katelyn’s dream is to work at a local agency as a front-end web developer. She has a graphic design history but has a real passion for web development. She lives for those moments when she builds something that functions flawlessly and the clients are overjoyed with the product!
Marty Potts Jr. is a Nashville native who has always been inspired by great typography, vintage and handmade items, and music that tells a story. He believes that good design is all about solving problems, provoking thoughts, and inspiring ideas. He strives to accomplish these goals with every project he is a part of. Whether he is digging through code, sketching out visions for a current project, or sharing his latest idea for an app/business venture, his upbeat personality will surely show through.
When asked about what the future holds he replies, “My dream is to use my skills as a designer and communicator to spread hope and love to people around the world.”