While we do not currently require a portfolio for our Filmmaking program, we are happy to review any work that you have and provide feedback.
While we do not currently require a portfolio for our Fashion Design program, we are happy to review any work that you have and provide feedback.
While we do not currently require a portfolio for our Game Art & Design program, we are happy to review any work that you have and provide feedback.
Learn more about the faculty that will be helping you with your portfolio below.
Judy Kriger is an independent filmmaker and animator and has been a professional CG artist for two decades. Her credits include: Cats and Dogs, Antz, South Park, Ren and Stimpy and Doughboy, Kraft and Keebler commercials. She teaches senior thesis, introductory through advanced 3D animation and visual effects production courses. Her book, “Animated Realism: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Animated Documentary Genre,” was published by Focal Press and she is currently working on a CG animated PSA and a new book pitch.
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design
MFA, California Institute of the Arts
George Larkin has worked in film, television, and theatre on many award winning and critically acclaimed films and plays. He currently is the Chair of Filmmaking at Woodbury University. He’s a graduate of Yale University, has an M.A of Shakespearean Studies from the University of Birmingham (England), and has Ph.D. in Film & Media Studies at the University of California-Berkeley. He won the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award at Berkeley. Routledge Research published his book, Post-Production: the Invisible Revolution of Filmmaking, in 2018.
He also actively works in theatre. His last play, The Bastard Son of William Shakespeare, won second in the Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards. His plays have won/been nominated for fourteen awards. He also served on the Board of Directors at the Met Theatre in Los Angeles and on the Artistic Board at Sacred Fools.
Read more of his bio here.
B.A. from Yale University
M.A. of Shakespearean Studies from the University of Birmingham
Ph.D. in Film & Media Studies from the University of California-Berkeley
Anna Leiker is an Assistant Professor and the chair of the Fashion Design department in the School of Media, Culture & Design at Woodbury University. Her professional background is in Lingerie and Swimwear with companies including Warnaco Company and Olga. She specializes in computer applications in fashion design and has utilized knowledge of several CAD systems: Macbeth Eye, Investronica, Tukatech, and PAD. She has presented papers at International Textile and Apparel Association conferences. She has been a part of the Woodbury community for 17 years. She has taught Digital Fashion Design, Swimwear and Knitwear, Careerwear, Advanced Technical Studio, Digital Portfolio, Childrenswear, and Lingerie. Anna’s scholarship involves fashion technology, specifically smart textiles, fashion sustainability, and fashion photography. Her vision for the program is to infuse elements of sustainability and wearable tech into the fundamentals of the curriculum.
Master of Science in Textiles and Fashion Design.
Bachelor of Design and Technology in the Apparel Industry.
Behnoush McKay is an Associate Professor and chair of the Department of Graphic Design at Woodbury University. She joined Woodbury University in 1997 as an adjunct faculty and moved to a full-time position in 2006. She received her BFA in Graphics and Packaging Design from Art Center College of Design, and her MFA in Visual Communication from California State University Northridge. For 20 years, Behnoush was a principal in McKay Consulting Group, Inc. With a solid background in Art, Design, and Visual Communication, she designed and provided art direction on projects involving packaging, multimedia, print, and product design.
She has presented papers and lectured at both international and national design and educational conferences, on topics including, future of graphic design, design education – problem-solving, social responsibility in design, and educational assessment. Read more of her bio here.
California State University, Northridge California June 2007
Graduate School, Master of Fine Arts in Visual Communication, with Distinction
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California August 1991
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Graphics/Packaging, with Honors
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