Greg Johnson has been a Professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design since 1996 after time as a graphic designer and an artist involved in television production. He received his MFA in Computer Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design and his BA in Fine Arts from Louisiana State University in Shreveport. Johnson has taught over fifty different courses in hundreds of classes over the course of more than twenty years teaching at the college level. His courses have included game design and development, 3D sculpting, modeling, texturing, painting, animation, rigging, effects, and programming in the subject areas of computer art, game development, interactive design, and visual effects. He founded the Game Development department at SCAD and has developed courses for the Game Development, Computer Arts, Visual Effects, and Scientific Illustration areas of study at SCAD.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Game design and development, 3D sculpting, modeling, texturing, painting, animation, rigging, visual effects, illustration, programming, and teaching.
History, technology, archaeology, paleontology, anthropology, biology, zoology, writing, science fiction and fantasy literature.