Dimitry Tetin

Dimitry Tetin is a teacher and designer living in the Hudson Valley, New York State. He is currently an Assistant Professor in Graphic Design at the State University of New York, New Paltz. He was a Critic in the Department of Illustration at Rhode Island School of Design and an Adjunct Faculty member at Parsons The New School for Design where he taught in the Communication Design Program. He works collaboratively and independently in areas of web, publication and environmental design, motion graphics, and branding. In his multimedia publishing practice at Metrodogs Publications he seeks to engage public and personal histories to create narratives that examine how interaction between space and language shapes conceptualization of places and histories. He also writes about typography, motion, and interaction design.