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Brock Wynn currently is a lecturer in graphic design and director of the MFA in Design. He graduated with his BFA in Art from the University of Oklahoma in 2001. Brock began his career as a graphic designer after graduating from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 2005, and his teaching career in 2008 at the University of Oklahoma where he taught as an adjunct in the College of Journalism and Mass Communication. In 2015, Brock graduated with a MFA in Design from the University of Central Oklahoma where he had been teaching numerous undergraduate courses as an adjunct since 2010. Brock currently teaches freshman through graduate level courses in the Department of Design at UCO.

Courses taught include design foundations, typography, publication design and brand design. His area of interest lies in the development of brand experiences and independent publication design. Along with a fellow design professional and educator, Brock owns and operates a specialty print shop that showcases the work of graphic designers and artists throughout the United States and abroad.

"Brock never lets us do less than our very best design work. He reminds us of the importance of the fundamentals and encourages us to use research to find the best-fitting solution. He pushes us to think of original and intelligent design solutions, rather than trend-based work." - UCO Design Student, 2018

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