BioData          Dr. Elton Abbott, AIA

Founding Principal, The Arkitex Studio, Inc.

 

 

Dr. Elton D. Abbott, AIA                                            Office:             979-821-2635

Principal, The Arkitex Studio, Inc.                  

College Station, Texas 77840                                     

email: eabbott@arkitex.com                                       TAMU:           979-458-1137

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

 

Doctor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University, College Station, 1983

Master of Architecture, University of Oklahoma, Norman, 1973

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design, University of Oklahoma, Norman, 1972

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 1969

 

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION & MEMBERSHIP

 

Registered Architect, State of Texas, 1978, No. 6513

Member, American Institute of Architects, Texas Society of Architects, AIABrazos

Member, National Trust for Historic Preservation

Registered Medical Technologist, MT(ASCP)

 

ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2009 to Current: Associate Dean for International Programs and Initiatives, Texas A&M University,

Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Architecture, Texas A&M University

Faculty Fellow, Center for Health Systems and Design, Texas A&M College of Architecture

 

Fall 2016, Architecture Program in Italy, Faculty leader, Castiglion Fiorentino

 

Summer 2016, University Studies in Architecture Program in Germany, Faculty leader, Bonn & Munich

 

Spring 2016, Architecture Program in Italy, Faculty leader, Castiglion Fiorentino

 

August 2015, Sustainable Design Workshop in Fukuoka, Japan, Faculty Participant

 

Spring 2015, Architecture Program in Italy, Faculty leader, Castiglion Fiorentino

 

Summer 2015, University Studies in Architecture Program in Germany, Faculty leader, Bonn & Berlin

 

Spring 2014, Architecture Program in Italy, Faculty leader, Castiglion Fiorentino

 

Fall 2012 Architecture Program in Italy, Santa Chiara Center

 

1995 to Present: Founding Principal, The Arkitex Studio, Inc., Bryan, Texas

 

2007-2008:  Assistant Dean for Special Projects, College of Architecture, Texas A&M University

 

Fall 1999 to 2006: Visiting Asst. Professor of Architecture and Lecturer, Texas A&M University,

Design Media III (Design Detailing/CAD), Master of Architecture Career Change Program

 

Fall 1994: Visiting Asst. Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning,

(Information Technology) Texas A&M University

 

1988-1994: Computer Animator, Information Environments Lab, and

1990: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Texas A&M.

Coursework: Computer Modeling and Animation.

 

1985-1986: Coordinator/Professor, Semester in Italy: originated a study abroad program at the Italart Study Center near Florence, Italy. Responsible for student recruitment, advising, curriculum development, instruction, and institutional affiliation with the Department of Architecture, University of Florence.

 

1980 - 1985: Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Design,

Texas A&M University.  Coursework: Design, Graphics, Photography, Seminar.

Chairman, Graphics and Media Coordination Committee; Chairman, First Year Design Coordination Committee; Faculty participant, Semester in Italy, 1982, Coordinator: study-excursion from Florence to Vienna and Warsaw to Leningrad, Moscow, and Kiev, 1982.

 

 

1979 - 1980: Lecturer in the Assistant Professor Rank, Department of Architecture, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

Coursework: Basic Design, Architectural Graphics, Multi-Media Lab, Graduate

Studio. Instructional Coordinator, Basic Design; Curriculum Committee (Advisory to Dept. Head)

 

1975 - 1979: Instructor, Department of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University.

Coursework: Architectural Design and Graphics; Academic Advisor

 

Fall 1972: Graduate Teaching Associate, Department of Architecture, University of Oklahoma.

Coursework: Third Semester Architectural Graphics

 

 

VISUALIZATION OF ARCHITECTURAL SUBJECTS

Using advanced 3D Modeling, Visualization and Animation Software

 

"Master Planning Conceptual Computer Models", Texas A&M University Health Science Center,

presentation to A&M Regents by Dr. Nancy Dickey, January 2006.

 

Proposed Visitor Center, College of Agriculture" (with Steven Schloss),

conceptual design, Texas A&M University, 2005

 

"New Agricultural Administration Building for Texas A&M", conceptual design

(two sites) for the College of Agriculture, Texas A&M University, 2005

 

"Atrium Renovation", (with Steven Schloss) Kleburg Hall, Texas A&M,

conceptual design for the College of Agriculture, Texas A&M University, 2005

 

 "Acme Glass: Northgate Facility", design for facade improvement renovation, 2005.

 

"Edge Cafe in the Tradition Dorm, Northgate", renovation of existing facility, 2005.

 

Proposed architectural requirements, "Ordinance Visualization" for

the City of College Station, 2004

 

New Classroom Building and Practice Hall, conceptual design for the

Aggie Band, Texas A&M University, 2004

 

New Lab Tower and Diagnostic Imaging Lab, conceptual design for the

Dean of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, 2004

 

Phase III Visualization Model, Stata Headquarters, in the Business Center, 2003

 

Conceptual Design, adaptive reuse of the historic Howell Building, Bryan, 2003

 

South Facade Renovation of Veterinary Medicine Labs, conceptual design for the

Dean of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, 2003

 

Conceptual Design, multi-modal Freight Shuttle Terminal for cargo terminals, Texas Transportation Institute, 2003

 

Conceptual Design, renovation of Manor East mall, The Tejas Center, Bryan, 2002

 

Conceptual Design, renovation of Sue Haswell Park, The Path of Presidents, Bryan, 2001

 

Conceptual Design, renovation of Henderson Park, Bryan, Texas, 2001

 

Conceptual Design, new Convention and Visitor's Bureau, College Station, Texas, 2001.

 

Conceptual Design, Masonic Lodge & Library Association: new facility, College Station, Texas, 2000.

 

Master Plan: Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Warda, Texas, for The Arkitex Studio, Inc., 1999.

 

Preston Equine Research Center Renovation, conceptual design for the the Dean of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, 1999.

 

Shading of the Inner Courtyard, Symposium on Mosque Architecture, 3D visualization models of conceptual designs with Dr. Ali Chowdhury, AIA; presented in Riyadh, January 1999.

 

Northgate Parking Garage, 3D visualization compositing with R. Reid, for The Arkitex Studio, Inc., 1998.

 

Coca-Cola Offices and Plant, 3D visualization model of conceptual design, 1998.

 

Cabletime Offices: Virtual Reality, QTVR of 3D model for The Arkitex Studio, Inc., 1998.

 

Dallas Trinity River Visualization, for Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, PSA animation for TTI Communications,$10,000 budget, 1997.

 

GETS Office Systems, 3D visualization model for Charlie Burris Architects, 1995.

 

Medical Research Facilities- Long Range Plan, 3D computer model and photo-realistic animation for the College of Medicine Research Support Video, produced by Biomedical Communications, 1993.

 

Barclay Center- Electronic Library Facility, Texas A&M University, 3D computer model and photo-realistic animation for the Texas A&M West Campus Library Video, produced by Biomedical Communications, 1993.

 

Interactive Kiosks, 3D computer model for proposed interactive information center and office renovation for the Athletic Department, Texas A&M University, 1992.

 

Presentation System, facility/system design and 3D computer model for $50,000 interactive multimedia center for Texas A&M University Health Science Center, 1992.

 

Leslie L. Appelt Aggieland Visitor Center, $600,000 Interactive Information Center for Texas A&M University, initial client contact/architectural design/computer-animated proposal, 1991.

 

Expanding Care, 3D computer model and photo-realistic animation of Saint Joseph Hospital's New Addition, Client: Matthews Group, Bryan, Texas, 1991.

 

Water Conservation in the Home Landscape, series of computer animated illustrations for Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 1991.

 

Albritton Bell Tower, 3D computer model and photo-realistic animation for the College of Medicine Recruitment Video, produced by Biomedical Communications, 1990.

 

ADDITIONAL VISUALIZATION

Using advanced 3D Modeling and Animation Software

 

Multimodal Freight Shuttle, animation for Dr. Steve Roop, Texas Transportation Institute, 2004

 

Asphalt Engineers Training, animation for pavement engineers training CD, Texas Transportation Institute, 2001

 

Computer Animation, intro to Texas Transportation Institute Video for the Information and Technology Exchange Department, 1998

 

Hand-held Computer Model and Vehicle for Alert Project, for Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, PSA animation for TTI Communications, 1997

 

"I-410 (San Antonio) Visualization", for Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, PSA animation for TTI Communications, 1997

 

"Blanco Road (San Antonio) Visualization", for Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, PSA animation for TTI Communications, 1996

 

"The Thief", animation for Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, PSA animation for TTI Communications, 1994

 

"Hi Flier", animation for Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, PSA animation for TTI Communications

 

"Multi-Phase Transportation", animation for Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University, 3D-30 second intro for TTI Communications, $20,500 budget, 1993

 

"Evacuation Routes", animated evacuation planning for Hurricane Research Group, College of Architecture, Texas A&M University, annual video project (1990, 1991, 1992).

 

"Crystal Joides", 3D computer model of Ship for publication, 1992 (in progress -$1000 estimate).

 

"Render Farm", Symbolics System Administration for Symbolics to Silicon Graphics animation and rendering of 5 minutes (9000) frames of 3D animation. Project budget: $25,000, 1992.

 

"Spirit Ring", 3D computer model and animation for opening sequence of Inspiration to Greatness, videowall production for Aggieland Visitor Center, 1991.

 

"Title Sequence", 3D computer model and animation for opening sequence of Adventures in Urbanspace, video production for Professor David Pugh, also served as video producer, 1990.

 

"First News at Five" and "Channel 3 News at Ten", 3D models and animated station identification for KBTX-TV, $4000, 1989.

 

SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION AND SIMULATION

 

"Microcirculation Simulation", animated simulation for Dr. Gerald Meininger for video presentation at the annual meeting for Microcirculation Research Sciences, 1992.

 

"Leucocyte Cell Differentiation", 3D models of white blood cells maturing from blast to polymorphonuclear mature leucocytes, for Dr. Marvin Cannon, TAMU Health Science Center; used in medical education; produced with funds awarded to Dr. Cannon from the Center for Teaching Excellence with a matching grant from Biomedical Communications, 1990.

 

"Simulated Heartbeat", 3D model and photo-realistic animation of beating heart with anatomical consultation provided by Dr. Marvin Cannon; model purchased by Colordynamics Productions, Dallas, $2000, animation included in the SYMBOLICS GRAPHICS DIVISION DEMO REEL shown at Siggraph and NAB, 1990.

 

"The OB-GYN Series", computer animation and graphics coordination for pharmaceutical training videos produced by Biomedical Communications for the Upjohn Company, 1988.

 

"Cotton Research Project", animation for Agricultural Communications Department, 1988.

"Furrow Irrigation Project", animation for Texas Water Resources, 1987.

 

 

COMPUTER GRAPHICS

 

Williamson County, Park Master Plan Graphics, Sebesta and Associates, 2001.

 

"Texas Association of Advisors in the Health Professions", computer model with layout for brochure cover, 1992.

 

Consultant in Interactive Multimedia to The Matthews Group, Bryan, Texas, member, American Association of Advertising Agencies, 1992.

 

"Bio-Spheres", Texas A&M Center for Biotechnology, combination 2D & 3D computer graphic for publication cover, 1991.

 

"Cover", Quest, combined 2D and 3D graphics for cover illustration, Summer 1990.

 

"Inside the Circulatory System", center fold, Quest, 3D model with photo-realistic rendering, Summer 1990.

 

Electronic images and photo serigraphs exhibited in the Faculty Show, College of Medicine, 1989.

 

"TAES Logo", computer graphic produced for Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 1988.

 

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

The Experience of Small Architectural Firm Management, Richard Davison Orientation to Environmental Design, TAMU, Fall 2010.

 

International Programs in the College of Architecture, 3rd Annual Conference on Design and Construction Integration, Merida, Mexico, June 2010.

 

"Architecture: Relationship Development Between Architects and Builders", Associated Builders and Contractors: Student Chapter, College Station, 2008.

 

"3D Design", Continuing Education Seminar and Modeling Workshop, Invited Presentation for the AIA Louisiana State Convention, Shreveport, 2000.

 

"Italy-Fall '94", design and curriculum planning for a semester abroad for the Department of Educational Human Resource Development, Texas A&M University, 1994.

 

"Computer Modeling in Medical Simulation", Science and Technology Symposium for Secondary school students and teachers (for continuing education credit), Texas A&M, 1992.

 

"Into the 4th Dimension-Computer Animation", Texas A&M University Health Science Center, Annual Meeting of the Texas Association of Advisors in the Health Professions, 1992.

 

"Computer Animation", Science and Technology Symposium for Secondary school students and teachers (for continuing education credit), Texas A&M, 1991.

 

"Computers in Medical Communications", Faculty Seminar, Medical Physiology, College of Medicine, Texas A&M, 1990

 

"Work in Progress - Visual Simulation ", International Association of Business Communicators, Brazos Region, 1990.

 

"Computer Modeling and Animation", Tx. Meeting of the Assn of Biological Photographers, 1990.

 

"Animation for Video", Brazos Chapter of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, 1990.

 

"Computer Animation - lisp-based animation tools", Symbolics Users Group, Texas A&M University, 1989.

 

"Video in Architectural Education", Louisiana Tech, Department of Architecture, 1985.

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESEARCH - GRANTS - PUBLICATIONS

 

SBIR/NIH/National Institute on Aging: Phase II Funding, Assisted Living Facilities Research, Susan Rodiek, Ph.D., Principal-Investigator; Elton Abbott, Co-Investigator: $750,000.00

 

SBIR/NIH/National Institute on Aging: Phase I Funding for Assisted Living Facilities Research, with Susan Rodiek, Ph.D., Co-Investigator; Completion: September 2005: $99,988.00

 

Arkitex.com: Web Site Author/Developer, 1996 to 2008.

 

Shading of the Inner Courtyard, Symposium on Mosque Architecture, 3D visualization models of conceptual designs by Dr. Ali Chowdhury, AIA; presented in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, January 1999.

 

Biocommunications Web Site Author, Unix-based system for TAMU Medicine, 1993.

 

"Block Grant", Multi-media consultant to Dr. Lloyd Korhonen, Texas A&M University Human Resources Development Program, proposal to HUD for Innovative Computer Training, 1992.

 

"Computer Simulation of the Cell", with Joan Quarles, M.S. and Marvin Cannon, Ph.D., preliminary proposal with animation submitted to the National Science Foundation, 1991.

 

"Hysterectomy and the Menopause", Coordinator of Graphics, videotape produced for Upjohn by Biomedical Communications, 1988.

 

"Archivoltum", newsletter of the AIA Brazos, designer-editor, 1987.

 

"Pelvic Inflammatory Disease", Coordinator of Graphics, videotape produced for Upjohn by Biomedical Communications, 1986.

 

"Semester with Italart", writer-producer, videotapes, 1985 and 1986.

 

"An Investigation of the Architectural Requirements Typical of Health Maintenance Organizations", professional report for doctoral degree, Texas A&M, 1983.

 

"Computer Interactive Videodisc" with Terry Larsen and Bill Jenks; for translation of design research into a form useful to practitioners. NEA Design Research Program submittal, 1983.

 

"Investigation of Computer Interactive Electronic Authoring", TAMU Development Grant, with Bill Jenks and Terry Larsen, 1983.

 

"Navasota Historical District Project", research consultant in photography for David Woodcock, RIBA, 1982.

 

"Health Maintenance Organization Prototype Facility", with Don Sweeney, DED, TAMU Development Grant, 1977.

 

ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS (prior to The Arkitex Studio, Inc.)

 

Hi-Tech Elementary School, Bryan, Texas, Consultant in CAD for Patterson Architects, 1993.

 

Finne Residence, architectural design for renovation, 1993.

 

Proposed Renovation of TAMU Athletic Offices to incorporate multimedia presentation, 1992.

 

Aggieland Visitor Center, Rudder Tower, Texas A&M University, Schematic Design Architect, construction cost $125,000, 1991.

 

Botts Residence, architectural design for renovation,1987.

 

Glover Residence, design architect for renovation

 

Various commercial & residential projects for Burris-Patterson Architects, 1986-87.

 

Community Theater, design of a 12,000 sf, 250 seat theater for Stagecenter, Inc.,live theater including renovation of existing 4000 sf office space, 1982.

 

Discoveryland, Inc., design for the renovation of a private psychiatric office, 1982.

 

Energy Concept House, design and construction for Habitex, College Station, passive solar, earth berm, 1978.

 

Conway Building, consultation on adaptive reuse for a private psychiatric clinic, 1982.

 

Brooks Residence, design development and construction management, 1978.

 

Simpson House, construction management, (Habitex) , College Station, Texas, Rodney Hill, Architect, 1978.

 

Russell Residence, design development and construction management, 1978.

 

Presley Residence, architectural design and construction management, 1977.

 

Speculative Residence on Potter's Trail, architectural design, construction management. All mechanical, electrical, and custom cabinets by the architect, 1976.

 

Partner, Habitex Construction (design/build); responsibilities included design, cost estimating, specification and procurement, accounting, 1975-78.

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL PROJECTS

 

"Mid Day House Calls", PSA Segment Video Producer/Editor using Avid Non-linear editing system, College of Medicine, broadcast KBTX-TV, 1993.

 

Android Construction, "Adventures in Urbanspace", with J. Humphries and L. Wadsworth, 1990.

 

Torso Gimbel, special effects for PID Video, 1989.

 

Brochure design, Group 4 Architects, Bryan, Texas, 1987.

 

Architectural-photography and brochure design for Burris*Patterson, Bryan, Texas, 1986.

 

 International Exhibition in the Casa di Dante, Florence, Italy; photo-serigraph, 1984.

 

Photo-screen Mural (8 ft. x 12 ft.) production, for O.I. Corporation, Karen Hillier, Designer, 1981.

 

Product identification computer logo for DDI Systems, James Deininger, Designer, 1981.

 

Brazosbanc, architectural model, for Joe Buser & Associates, 1980.

 

Commodore Plaza, architectural signage design, in Austin Texas for Joe Buser Associates, 1980.

 

Architectural photography and brochure design, Jonathon Lindenthaler, AIA, S Luis Obispo, 1980.

 

Sunrise Canyon, planning of a rural subdivision, Brazos County, Texas, 1977.

 

The Woodlands, planning of a rural subdivision, Brazos County, Texas, 1977.

 

Powell Townhouse Development, preliminary design, Harris County, Texas, 1977.

 

Intern architect, Price and Reaves, Architects, Inc., Shawnee, Oklahoma, 1975.

 

Partner, Studiographics Architectural Presentation Services, architectural models, photography, and graphic design, 1975.

 

Midwest City Memorial Hospital, architectural model for Bishop and Quinn, Architects, 1975.

 

Master Campus Planning Model for Oscar Rose Junior College, Midwest City, Oklahoma, Bishop & Quinn Architects, 1975.

 

Architectural photography & brochure design for KGR Associates, AIA, Norman, Oklahoma, 1975,

 

Studiographics, design and construction of office and darkroom, Norman, Oklahoma, 1975.

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCES

 

 

American Institute of Architects National Convention, Philadelphia, 2016

American Institute of Architects National Convention, Atlanta, 2015.

American Institute of Architects National Convention, Chicago, 2014.

American Institute of Architects National Convention, Denver, 2013.

Texas Society of Architects, Annual Meeting, Ft. Worth, 2013

NAB 2015, National Association of Broadcasters, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas.

 

American Institute of Architects National Convention, New Orleans, 2011.

 

American Institute of Architects National Convention, Miami, 2010.

 

Design and Construction Integration Seminar, UADY, Merida, Mexico, July 2010.

 

Master III, International Marble Design Conference, Sponsored by Veronafiere and The Italian Trade Commission, Verona, Italy, September 1999.

 

NAB 1993-2014, National Association of Broadcasters, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas.

 

SIGGRAPH '92, Association for Computing Machinery - Special Interest Group in Graphics, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

 

INFOCOMM '91, International Communications Industries Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, participation funded by Texas A&M.

 

IEEE '91, Visualization Conference, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, San Diego, participation funded by Texas A&M.

 

SIGGRAPH '91, Association for Computing Machinery - Special Interest Group in Graphics, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, participation funded by Texas A&M.

 

NAB '91, National Association of Broadcasters, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, participation funded by Texas A&M.

 

SIGGRAPH '90, Association for Computing Machinery - Special Interest Group in Graphics, Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas.

 

NAB '90, National Association of Broadcasters, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, participation funded by Texas A&M.

 

SIGGRAPH  1987-89, Association for Computing Machinery - Special Interest Group in Graphics, Annual Meeting, Boston, Mass.

 

NCGA '89, National Computer Graphics Association, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, participation funded by Texas A&M.

 

International Videodisc Symposium, University of Nebraska, participation funded by Texas A&M, 1982

 

International Design Conference, Aspen, Colorado, funded by California Polytechnic, 1980.

 

AWARDS - HONORS

 

Member, Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for International Scholars, 2009

President, Brazos Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 1991 and 2008.

Member, Board of Visitors, College of Architecture, University of Oklahoma, 2001-04

Delegate: Rotary International Convention in Barcelona, Spain 2002

Leadership Brazos 98-99, Chamber of Commerce, Bryan-College Station

Board of Trustees, College Station Medical Center, College Station,

1997-2000 - Elected Moderator of the Board for 2001-2002

Board of Directors, Bryan Rotary Club, 1999-2003

President, Bryan Rotary Club, 2002-2003

Director, Brazos Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 1997-98.

Member, Tau Sigma Delta, Honor Society in Architecture

President, Architectural Photography Club, University of Oklahoma, 1973.

President, Share, Inc., (non-profit, student service corporation at the

University of Oklahoma), 1973.

Faculty Assistant, Institute on Hospital Design, American Hospital

Association, New Orleans, 1973.

Waid Scholarship, American Institute of Architects, for "scholarly pursuit

in the field of architecture", 1973.

 

 

CIVIC, COMMUNITY and UNIVERSITY ENGAGEMENT

 

Member, Higher Education Coordinating Board- Architecture Field of Study Advisory Committee, 2016

Chair, Search Committee for Department Head of Construction Science, TAMU, 2016

Co-Chair, International Programs Committee, Texas A&M University, 2012-2016

International and Off Campus Programs (IPECC and SAPPC for College of Architecture)

Member, International Programs Committee, Bryan Rotary, 2005-2006

Member, Community Advisory Board, Habitat for Humanity, 2001-2003.

Coordinator of Arts Module for Jr. Leadership Brazos, 2000-2003.

Co-coordinator, City Government Day, Leadership Brazos, 1999.

Co-coordinator, Habitat Ghost Town, 1999.

Member, Special Attractions Committee, Chamber of Commerce, 1999-2001.

Treasurer, St. Francis Episcopal Church, 1998-99

Member, Northgate Revitalization Board and Design Review Board, 1998-2001

Member, Historic Preservation Committee, City of College Station, 1996-2000

Chair, Long-range facility planning committee, Saint Michaels Academy, 1992.

Facility renovation, Saint Michaels Academy, new West Campus, 1991.

Technical Support for SMA Theater Productions, 1991.

Mentor for the Gifted Students Program of A&M Consolidated High School,1983.

Corporate logo design, for M&H Engineering by graphics class, 1983.

Logo design for the TAMU Study Abroad office by graphics class, 1983.

Member, Board of Directors for Stagecenter, community theater of Bryan, 1981.

Set design and construction for "Dracula", Stagecenter, Inc., 1981.

Newsletter design, League of Women Voters, 1981.

Environmental graphics; Central Brazos Valley Mental Health Center; 1977.