Tony Kerr

Associate Professor, Faculty of Design

2009 - Present / Chair, Advertising Program.

2011 - Present / Chair, Research Ethics Board.

2012 - Present / Chair, Grievances, Faculty Association.

2013 - Present / Director, Ontario - CAREB

2011 - 2012 / Interim Director Executive Master's of Design .

Ryan Whyte

Dr. Whyte's research reveals legacies of eighteenth-century art and culture that are commonplace in and relevant to the early twenty-first century. He is currently writing a book on the role of printed matter in the Salon du Louvre exhibitions of the Ancien RĂ©gime. His other recent work addresses fashion, gastronomy, and cross-cultural exchange in eighteenth-century print culture.

Sandy Kedey

Chair of the Advertising Program at OCAD University, tenured Associate Professor in the Faculty of Design, and with over 25 years of experience in both Industry and Academia, continuously developing and advising on key programs, committees and initiatives for OCAD U to ensure the institution retains their leading edge in the global communications and creative market. She is fellow to several industry associations, University committees and governance, and in 2015 awarded the prestigious Price Award for Excellence in teaching at OCAD.

Ryan Rice

Ryan Rice, a Mohawk of Kahnawake, Quebec received a Master of Arts degree in Curatorial Studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York, graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and received an Associate of Fine Arts from the Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has worked for the past 18 years within the museum/art gallery milieu at various centers including the Iroquois Indian Museum, Indian Art Centre, Carleton University Art Gallery and the Walter Phillips Art Gallery.

Roderick Grant

Graphic Designer with broad industry experience in editorial, information, identity and documentary/exhibit projects. Strong knowledge in typography, photography and urban studies. Current writing focus on design basics, critical pedagogy, critical design and urbanism. Current formal work investigates the threshold between rural and urban through interdisciplinary efforts between graphic, architectural and urban design. Expertise: complex typography, information architecture, mapping, identity systems design, book and editorial design, poster design, design writing and journalism.

Nick Puckett

Nick Puckett is focused on creating dynamic links between software, robotics, biological agents, chemical engineering, and material behaviour that generate new potentials for the design of intelligent environments. He has previously taught at institutions including The University of Kentucky, SCI-Arc, The Architectural Association, The University of Westminster, and The Royal College of Art.

Dorie Millerson

Dorie Millerson holds an MFA in textiles from NSCAD University and is an honours graduate in fibre from the Ontario College of Art & Design. She works in a variety of constructed textile techniques ranging from weaving to lace making to investigate conceptual concerns. Building on her research into the metaphorical and physical nature of "mending" in textiles, her Masters thesis examined the propensity of lace and shadow to investigate time, memory and loss. She exhibits her award-winning artwork internationally.

Angelika Seeschaaf veres

Angelika Seeschaaf Veres is an industrial designer, educator and researcher utilizing an interdisciplinary, human centered approach to the design and making of furniture, products, retail interiors and fashion. In 2004 Angelika launched eeaa design, a design studio in London UK. Eeaa explores the intersection of daily routines, human body and space by developing products, furniture, retail interiors, and large-scale sculptures for internationally renowned clients such as Haworth Roeder, Nike, Herman Miller, Hayon Studio, and British artist Damien Hirst.