Amy Ruddick


Amy Ruddick, lecturer, teaches graphic design and motion graphics.

Ruddick is an interdisciplinary designer/artist whose work includes art direction, graphic design, environmental design, exhibition design, interior design, motion graphics and production design. 

In 2010, Ruddick, together with UWF associate professor, Joseph Herring, formed House Pencil Green, a creative collective hybrid that is part design troupe and part performance art company. House Pencil Green’s mission includes paradigm-shifting, genre-bending, and mentoring young designers and artists in the process. It is currently in the production stage of an internet-television series for ACRE TV that will carry the same name: House Pencil Green.

Before coming to UWF in 2009, she worked in commercial and architectural design in both New York and Los Angeles, and in exhibition design at the J. Paul Getty Museum.  

Ruddick’s designs have been exhibited in national and international venues, including Isaloni Milan and Ace Gallery in New York. Her art direction and motion graphics for House Pencil Green have been a part of international performance art festivals and national exhibitions.   

Degrees & Institutions:

Ruddick received a bachelor’s in architecture from Washington University School of Architecture, and a master’s in Environmental Design from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.

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Keywords: graphic design, motion graphics, environmental design, exhibition design,,