See Fuller. It's a motto of sorts. No, it's not grammatically correct. "See more fully," would be the correct phrasing, but then it wouldn't be a "clever" play on words. My first initial is "C" and my last name is "Fuller"—See Fuller—get it? Maybe it's not so great if I have to explain it.

But, as cheesy as it sounds, it really is my mission in life—to see more fully—to live every day as if I'm on vacation and seeing things (my wife, my kids, my commute) for the very first time. As the guy from Karate Kid III said, "A man can't see, he can't fight," or in this case design.

Resumé

Work

Associate Professor of Graphic Design
Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, OK
2009–Present

  • COURSES TAUGHT: Design Basics, Intro to Graphic Design, Advertising Design, Typography, Raster Graphics, History of Graphic Design, Interactive Design, Package Design, Vector Graphics, Visual Culture Honors Colloquium, NYC Study Tour, Printmaking, Portfolio Development

Freelance Designer

  • CLIENTS: Oklahoma Baptist University Athletics, Cafe Evoke, Habitat for Humanity of Tulsa, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Neal's Home Furnishings, various churches

Graduate Assistant
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK

  • COURSES TAUGHT: Advertising Design, Design Basics, Vector Graphics, Design for Web

Design Leader
Legacy Bank, Oklahoma City, OK
2004-2008

  • RESPONSIBILITIES: Design for print and web, Product merchandising solutions, Videography, Managing and upholding brand standards.

Education

Master of Fine Arts in Design
University of Central Oklahoma, 2009
Thesis: From Symbols to Branding: The Changing Visual Identity of Churches

Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design
Southwestern Oklahoma State University, 2004

Extras

My design work has earned several Gold Addy Awards as well as recognition from the American Marketing Association. I've served as a board member and guest speaker for the American Institute of Graphic Artists of Oklahoma and have exhibited at Space 38|39 in New York City and on the campuses of Indiana Wesleyan University, and the University of Central Oklahoma.