Janet Esquirol
Since 2004
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

Assistant Professor of Multimedia, Arts & Technology at City University of New York BMCC, Ms Esquirol specializes in advertising & publishing, online and off, and is a consulting Creative Director for Sylvan Social Technology©. With multiple degrees in areas of art & technology, most recently in motion graphics and user interface design, this professor has brought unique experience to the classroom over the past decade as an adjunct professor at Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute, SUNY FIT, AiNYC, and now as full time faculty at CUNY. She remains involved in the design world through various professional memberships, such as The Art Directors Club and the AIGA. Conferences and events, such as Reasons To Be Creative, TEDactive and TEDxEast, fill her calendar. Previous experience includes: 10 years running a boutique multimedia art direction studio (Esquirol & Co.) which created interactive and print based design solutions for a variety of local clients, as well as working as a Senior Designer at a full service ad agency in Providence, RI creating print, web, radio and TV campaigns for regional and national accounts & as the Art Director for Dan's Papers, a weekly magazine out of Bridgehampton, NY.

...cares, interests, passions? I care about, am interested in, and have a passion for: people, society, humanity. The demands of urban society and our daily routines often take us away from some of the most beautiful experiences we can have as intelligent beings in this life. I think how we take care of each other is one of those beautiful experiences we have. I'd like to figure out how you can conjure up compassion in at least one person for their fellow man. I'd like to design a message without the message...to create a visual and auditory experience. I'd like to do something focused as an individual, that is meant for a larger group. Because as creators we need to take responsibility for what we contribute to our chosen field...for adding to the social consciousness; for that which may become naturalized for the viewership over time.