Art Director, Greteman Group
Production Designer, Brothers and Co.
A Kansas native, Dee earned her M.F.A. from Fort Hays State University in 2004. She was hired to build a graphic design program at McPherson College, where she is currently Professor of Graphic Design, Department Chair & Executive Director of the Visual Arts. Besides teaching she serves in various roles within the MC faculty committees most recently serving as a member of the Entrepreneurship Advisory Team, Co-leader of the Horizon Faculty Fellowship, and newly appointed to the Faculty Review Committee. During her time at MC she has been awarded Professor of the Year and the Tenured Faculty Teaching Award.
Dee brings to AIGA Wichita numerous years of community board experience. She currently serves as a committee member for the Ketcherside Endowment Fund with the McPherson Community Foundation.
When Dee is not in the classroom she can be found working on her own client projects, directing a student run design studio in downtown McPherson, and judging gallery exhibitions. She also enjoys illustrating, printmaking and spending time with her husband and twin boys Cody and Cole.
Design Week Chair
Old enough to have been to both Kiddie Land and Joyland, Doug Stucky was born and raised in Wichita. In Fact, he has the original Joyland swimming pool sign he purchased after the park closed along with the Midge-O-Rac ticket box.
Doug currently serves dual duty as an AIGA Wichita Board and as a AIGA Chapter Advisory Council (CAC) member consulting and advising 12 chapters within AIGA Region 6. As a Wichita board member he has served in variety of roles from programming to chapter President.
Doug owns Red Catapult, Inc. a Targeted Branding company that arms small businesses with the strategy and branding tools necessary to grow. He has over 30 years of branding and strategy experience and has owned and operated a design studio for more than 25 years.
For the past several years, Doug has also served as an adjunct instructor in the Wichita State University’s Graphic Design program. Doug is a big college basketball fan, and although he graduated of Kansas University with Bachelor of Fine Arts, he supports the Shockers and Jayhawks equally (well sort of).
Graphic Designer, Koch Communications Marketing
Assistant Professor Graphic Design and Digital Art, Newman University
Jonathan started his graphic design career at the age of 13 with a friend's dad's Mac, Corel Draw, and a fat book of clipart. By the age of 17 he was churning out original t-shirt designs for family reunions at an alarming rate. In 2004 Jonathan received his B.A. in Design from Friends University in Wichita — a small liberal arts school where he is currently an Adjunct Professor of Design. Jonathan's passion for bold design infuses every aspect of his daily lifestyle.
Nationally-recognized and awarded designer, art director and design educator, Jonathan lends his unique creative style to gorgeous and efficient designs. From logos and illustrations to interactive work, to hand-printed business cards, Jonathan lives and breaths design. After a few years working for a mid-sized ad agency, Jonathan left to found The Running Doves Press, Wichita's first and only boutique letterpress printshop. In 2012 sold Running Doves to a larger printshop so he could re-focus and double-down on his design career.
Specializing in branding and illustration, Jonathan is an independent art director and enjoys the freedom and flexibility that being self-employeed brings. In his spare time Jonathan enjoys building and customizing motorcycles, cigars, tweaking the tube-amps in his home stereo, and digging through bins of vinyl records to pad his ever growing collection. He's currently searching for the ultimate pair of speakers.
Graphic Designer at BG Products, Inc.
Freelance Graphic Designer
Marketing and Communications Specialist at ICM, Inc.
Graphic Designer, Vornado
Graphic Designer, Lifeboat Creative