Mark Laughlin is a designer with experience as former partner at Laughlin/Winkler Design, where he worked extensively in identity and brand development for established firms and dynamic startups alike, to establish story, create an imprint and guide perception. His teaching experience includes lecturer at Montserrat College of Art and The Art Institute of Boston. He currently serves as a senior critic in the Graphic Design department at Rhode Island School of Design and as a critic at Northeastern University. After receiving a BFA from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth he pursued graduate studies at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Basel, Switzerland. Laughlin’s teaching philosophy emphasizes the fundamental value of graphic language and design principles to bring clarity to communication and concept development.