Ken Black

Doctoral Candidate

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Graduate Education Development Institute Fellow

learning and understanding new practices and techniques for engaging students in the classroom
developing methods to help others understand and represent topics such as vegetated assemblies and color theory
looking at how families of color and their hue, saturation, and value create interesting compositions, and the effect of false color representation.
looking to nature, specifically plants and finding methods of order and interaction for the built environment
taking the things and materials that others don’t know what to do with or want and giving them a new life often in regards to the building envelope
the result of taking all of the ideas above and attempting to represent a resulting doctorate in an other way from the traditional book