Phone: (205) 726-2193
Office: Swearingen Hall 216
Education:B.F.A., Henderson State University
M.F.A., Memphis College of Art
Scott Fisk is a graphic designer and educator. He has taught at Memphis College of Art, American Intercontinental University and Samford University. He graduated first in his class from Memphis College of Art with an M.F.A. in computer art and received his B.F.A. in graphic design from Henderson State University. Fisk’s interests include web design, typography, photography, motion graphics and multimedia. He began his career in graphic design in 1994 at NetM Communications, an interactive agency with customers in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Europe. Since then, he has lived and worked in the U.S. and Britain. His motion graphic works have been featured on major television networks in the U.S., Australia and Japan. Fisk's work is part of permanent collections in numerous galleries and museums, including the U.S. National Archives. He served as an Army Reserve photojournalist in Iraq, often serving as a combat photographer with U.S. and Iraqi units during combat operations. He was recently selected as a Road Scholar by the Alabama Humanities Organization. Fisk is an active member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and serves as a Birmingham AIGA board member and educational chair. He enjoys traveling with his wife, Timarie, who shares his peculiar interest in broadsides, ephemera and antique printing processes.