My undergraduate work included a lot of time in the printmaking studio, working primarily in silk screen. (You won’t see any of those prints here!) In graduate school I worked in intaglio and lithography. Our studio was well equipped for both. I spent and additional semester when I graduated as an artist in residence working in lithography, while teaching as an adjunct professor. Since then I’ve added simple relief prints and wood engraving to the list, as well as collographs. I teach printmaking frequently at the John C. Campbell Folk School, and I’m looking forward to working in the new Book Arts Department, which has a space devoted to all kinds of printmaking.