Mason School of Art | Michael McDermott
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Michael McDermott

Michael McDermott
Assistant Professor
Design History, Motion Design, Typography, Web Design
2012 Art and Design Building, Ffx, MSN: 1C3
(703) 993-5262

Michael McDermott is an Assistant Professor at George Mason University. He received his MFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech. He is an educator, designer, and researcher who is interested in the relationship between people and the objects they leave behind and the translation of physical experiences into digital spaces. As an educator he teaches classes primarily in the digital space such as Intro to Web Design and Motion Design and has also taught History of Graphic Design and Typography. His design practice focuses on providing thoughtful designs for print and digital projects to a range of clients including nonprofits and community organizations.