Christine Lhowe is an art director, designer, and educator with a decade of experience in print and digital design. Her work explores the intersection of functionality and emotion, aiming to create experiences that better connect people together and improve lives. She is an Assistant Professor of Art & Design at Seton Hall University where she teaches courses in graphic design, web design, and typography.
Christine holds an MFA in Graphic Design from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BA from Seton Hall University in Graphic, Interactive, and Advertising Design Art. Her writing has been published in Design and Culture, The Journal of Design History, and Slanted magazine. Her design work has been recognized by Graphic Design USA, the Communicator Awards, and the New Jersey Communications, Advertising, and Marketing Association.
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