Media Arts and Technologies @ MiraCosta College


Associate Faculty : Claudia Faulk

Claudia Faulk

Claudia Faulk is a partner in a successful Southern California design firm, Webster Design. She is a seasoned art director, web designer, illustrator with 20+ years experience creating effective solutions for the visual/graphic needs of a multitude of companies. Clients include a diverse range of world class businesses and organizations, from education, travel and entertainment, to high-tech manufacturing and biomedical companies. Anheuser-Busch Theme Parks including SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Sesame Place; Medtronics, Siemens Corporation, California State University San Marcos, the County of San Diego and the Cities of Oceanside and Escondido are among the entities served.

Having received a B.A. in Fine Art with emphasis in Multimedia, she is currently working on her Masters in Educational Technology at SDSU. As a grad project, Ms. Faulk leads a team of ten instructors and students from 4 departments [Engineering, Computer Science, Education and Art] in development of three virtual lab environments for materials engineering students.

Not one to stand still, she is also managing partner in a new enterprise, California Beer Company/Aztec Brewery. She maintains social media [Twitter, FaceBook, blogs], aids in sensory evaluation and product development, coordinates online consumer education regarding craft beer and home brewing, and does public relations.

As an associate member of the MAT team, she hopes to share her passion for graphic design with all her students. She cannot imagine working in a more interesting, dynamic and demanding business. She uses her enthusiasm for her subject matter to reach out her students and the diversity in her classroom to enrich the educational experience.

She lives on small farm in North County, with her husband, John, youngest son, Tris, 3 dogs and 2 cats.

“The greatest danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark.”