Martine Barnaby, joined the Art and Art History Department in 2000 to develop the New Media Design curriculum. As part of the MMD faculty she teaches all levels of design, multimedia and animation.
Barnaby has worked in various industries as a designer using her diverse background in digital arts including: digital imaging, interface design, graphic design, exhibit design, animation, video/sound editing, and installation work. Her work has been exhibited at The Bundy Museum, State of The Arts: Digital Media, Miramax: Imagine It Series, SIGGRAPH, and The Third Annual New York Digital Salon.
M.F.A Imaging and Digital Arts
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland
B.F.A Computer Animation
Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida
A.A.S Display and Exhibit Design
Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, New York
ATS 102 Design I, ATS 202 Design II, ATS 240 Graphic Design I, ATS 340 Graphic Design II, ATS 342 Art and the Internet, ATS 343 MUltimedia, ATS 440 Portfolio Practicum and ATS 329 NeoVox: Online Magazine Production.