Watch the story unfold! We will be Instagram posting photos from Design Camp 2015 daily…maybe even hourly! Follow us and join the conversation, post your own images and share with your friends! Show us your photos from in and around the School of Architecture and Allied Arts in Portland and Eugene.
We’d love it if you created your own hashtags, but use ours as well: #uoaaa, #uoaaapdx, #uodesigncamp and we’ll share the fun times!
In our last post you read about Design Camp instructors, Alison Ho and Alexander Atallah. Today, meet Mike Bartell and camp counselor, Hannah Mueller.
We loved Mike’s lowkey approach to his bio…so we’re just going to give it to you straight up as he gave it to us…
I have a Bachelors of Architecture with a minor in art from Texas
Tech University, graduated in 2000. I have always had a passion for
product and vehicle design. I moved to Eugene in 2004, and when I
heard about the product design program, I had to go for it. I received
A BFA in Product Design from the University of Oregon in 2013. I’m a
huge supporter of the maker and DIY movements. Currently restoring a
2000 SF home in South Eugene, rebuilding my first car which I’ve owned
since 1992, and raising my 2 children. I’m also starting a small
prototyping and design consultation business. This summer is the third
time I’ve built an entry for the Portland Adult Soapbox Derby.
I even have professional-ish pictures to choose from.
Here is one of his “professional-ish pictures!
And, last but not least! Our illustrious camp counselor, Hannah Mueller!
Hannah Mueller: Hannah Mueller graduated Magna Cum Laude last month from UO’s Digital Arts BFA program and the Clark Honors College. Graphic designer by day and freelance illustrator by night, she’s worked on everything from storyboards for yogurt commercials to a comic book about dreams, from laser-cut raptor skeletons to a children’s book about gum. She was recently hired by Baseballism, an apparel brand here in Portland, as a graphic designer.
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