CHRISOLUX is a graphic designer, art director, writer, and teacher working to better equip creative teams with the 4Cs. Communication, Collaboration, Concepting, and Critique, he believes, are fundamental to making creative work better, to creating a culture of creativity in any work place, and to connect with one’s intended audience. He leads creative teams and their clients through design thinking workshops, creative sprints, and his own methods called Conceptology: The Power of Human Connection that he developed in his 8 + years teaching as college professor starting at The School of Visual Arts in 2010, then at Watkins College of Art, Design, and Film and most recently when he rewrote the design curriculum at O’More College of Design.
As a graphic designer he was trained at Portfolio Center (2007-2009) in Atlanta, under the legendary Hank Richardson and then under his mentor, the world famous designer, James Victore in NYC where he was trained in the philosophy of the Polish Poster School of 1939 started by Henryk Thomaszewski.
CHRISOLUX specializes in creating bold, sexy, sophisticated, and smart work in print and digital. He has a passion for influencing culture positively through his work, developing creative talent, speaking publicly about creativity, and working with brands, bands, and products like you.