Jeff Hesser is a sculptor with expertise in both traditional and digital techniques. He currently works as an artist at the video game company Harmonix and was the Lead Environment Artist on Disney’s Fantasia: Music Evolved. He has 15 years of teaching experience and received the Frazier Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006. In addition to RISD, he has taught at the New York Academy of Art, Rhode Island College, the University at Buffalo, and Hubei Normal University in China. He was an Artist Educator in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of art in conjunction with the exhibition, The Passions of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux and has taught workshops in sculpture, anatomy and drawing at many companies and institutions. Jeff’s work has been widely exhibited and featured in exhibitions at the Dahesh Museum, the National Sculpture Society and the Parrish Art Museum. He recently worked with a programmer and two musicians to create an interactive virtual reality installation that was featured at an event at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Artist with expertise in interactive digital media, traditional sculpture and teaching. Five years of video game experience as both Production Artist and Environment Lead. Traditional sculpture and drawing have been widely exhibited. Fifteen years of teaching experience that includes the Frazier Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design and Artist Educator in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
- Bouke Willem Hollinga