Pollock has more than 15 years of experience teaching studio art and graphic design courses in diverse academic settings, ranging from K-12 to higher education.
He earned a bachelor's degree in film and video from Columbia College Chicago (1998) and art education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2005). In 2013, he graduated with an MFA in Visual Art from Marywood University focusing on drawing and painting in both traditional and in digital formats. This summer, he will complete a M.S. in User Experience Design at Kent State University, where he explored the medium of interaction design and the benefits of user research.
In addition to his diverse set of skills in studio art and design, Pollock also works in the areas of video production and motion graphics, exploring their potential as communicative mediums for artistic expression and personal narrative.