Zack Tucker is an interdisciplinary designer, artist, and educator living and working in Champaign, Illinois. A self-described young, vibrant professional in the prime of his life, Zack has enjoyed a multifaceted career working with students, design, and technology. For four years, Zack served as Media Specialist for Kent Library at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO. In this role, he developed and oversaw the strategic design and implementation of a University-wide curriculum for the Heather MacDonald Greene Multimedia Center. This user-centered model empowered students and faculty to utilize new and emerging technologies in their scholarly and creative work through a variety of instructional styles and delivery methods. Zack received two degrees from Southeast Missouri State University — a BFA in art with a specialization in Graphic Design/Illustration in 2012 and an MA in Educational Technology in 2015. Currently, Zack is an Anthony J. Petullo Fellow pursuing an MFA in Graphic Design at the University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign.