Mr. Phillip Jones, Jr

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Bio

Oregon born and raised all over the United States and in Europe, Phil has lived in or been through the contiguous United States as well as Ireland (although just the airport for 3 hours....during a snow storm), Italy and Germany. 

Phil currently holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics, and will be starting his Master of Fine Arts degree in Visual Effects and Animation in June-August. He is a graduate of The Art Institute of Las Vegas and will be attending the online campus of Academy of Art University - San Francisco.

Phil is also currently teaching Graphic Design, Digital Layout and Web Design (amongst other courses) at the International Academy of Design & Technology in Henderson, NV. Phil has been an instructor there for just over a year, in which the experience prompted him to pursue his Master's degree.

  • Phillip Jones commented on the article "A new view of AIGA"

    I to like the fact that AIGA is an institution. Also, along with Jessica, there isn't a whole lot of substance but I think the writer wanted to keep it light and not too wordy involving behind the scene details.  One thing I would like to see AIGA do in the future is add a health insurance benefit to their members, in addition to the numerous ones currently available. With 22,000 members (most of which free lance, I'm sure), this would be a tremendous benefit and with a group plan, costs should be reasonable.

  • Phillip Jones commented on the article "A new view of AIGA"

    I to like the fact that AIGA is an institution. Also, along with Jessica, there isn't a whole lot of substance but I think the writer wanted to keep it light and not too wordy involving behind the scene details.  One thing I would like to see AIGA do in the future is add a health insurance benefit to their members, in addition to the numerous ones currently available. With 22,000 members (most of which free lance, I'm sure), this would be a tremendous benefit and with a group plan, costs should be reasonable.

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