The story (to date) of Kerry Scott Jenkins.

 

A lady from England and a fellow from Ohio got together in Miami and created Kerry Jenkins fifty some odd years ago. Some still state he is the oddest of their three children.

 

Beginning with winning a Halloween Carnival poster contest in third grade, Kerry was tempted by the notion of a career in graphic design. He then pursued caricature drawing in high school, with his algebra teacher as an (unbeknownst) model. Kerry followed up his high school slog by earning two degrees in his subject of  interest. He then officially began work as a graphic designer.

 

Soon, he started his own studio in Johnson City, Tennessee— Great Scott Design—using his middle name in the title. (Great Kerry Design just didn’t have the same ring.) More than 12 years of award-winning studio success with his business partner and soulmate, Sherry, followed.

 

Kerry felt his career choice was a wise one—a continuing visual oeuvre with very little math involved. But he thought, “What if I could teach others contemplating the same career choice?” After earning his third degree from East Tennessee State University, Kerry then penned a few letters to see what his future might hold.

 

A quick response in 2007 landed him an opportunity. Kerry is now a tenured Associate Professor of Graphic Design at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, having built the BFA program for the art department. Check out what Kerry and his students are up to now on the rest of the site. Or, if you would enjoy more reading, simply download your own free copy of his curriculum vitae!

 

Copyright © 2017 Kerry Scott Jenkins. All rights reserved. Created in Adobe Muse with many images courtesy of the next generation of top graphic designers.

 

The story (to date) of Kerry Scott Jenkins.

 

A lady from England and a fellow from Ohio got together in Miami and created Kerry Jenkins fifty some odd years ago. Some still state he is the oddest of their three children.

 

Beginning with winning a Halloween Carnival poster contest in third grade, Kerry was tempted by the notion of a career in graphic design. He then pursued caricature drawing in high school, with his algebra teacher as an (unbeknownst) model. Kerry followed up his high school slog by earning two degrees in his subject of  interest. He then officially began work as a graphic designer.

 

Soon, he started his own studio in Johnson City, Tennessee— Great Scott Design—using his middle name in the title. (Great Kerry Design just didn’t have the same ring.) More than 12 years of award-winning studio success with his business partner and soulmate, Sherry, followed.

 

Kerry felt his career choice was a wise one—a continuing visual oeuvre with very little math involved. But he thought, “What if I could teach others contemplating the same career choice?” After earning his third degree from East Tennessee State University, Kerry then penned a few letters to see what his future might hold.

 

A quick response in 2007 landed him an opportunity. Kerry is now a tenured Associate Professor of Graphic Design at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, having built the BFA program for the art department. Check out what Kerry and his students are up to now on the rest of the site. Or, if you would enjoy more reading, simply download your own free copy of his curriculum vitae!

 

Copyright © 2017 Kerry Scott Jenkins. All rights reserved.

Created in Adobe Muse with many images courtesy of the next generation of top graphic designers.

 
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The story (to date)

of Kerry Scott Jenkins.

 

A lady from England and a fellow from Ohio got together in Miami and created Kerry Jenkins fifty some odd years ago. Some still state he is the oddest of their three children.

 

Beginning with winning a Halloween Carnival poster contest in third grade, Kerry was tempted by the notion of a career in graphic design. He then pursued caricature drawing in high school, with his algebra teacher as an (unbeknownst) model. Kerry followed up his high school slog by earning two degrees in his subject of  interest. He then officially began work as a graphic designer.

 

Soon, he started his own studio in Johnson City, Tennessee— Great Scott Design—using his middle name in the title. (Great Kerry Design just didn’t have the same ring.) More than 12 years of award-winning studio success with his business partner and soulmate, Sherry, followed.

 

Kerry felt his career choice was a wise one—a continuing visual oeuvre with very little math involved. But he thought, “What if I could teach others contemplating the same career choice?” After earning his third degree from East Tennessee State University, Kerry then penned a few letters to see what his future might hold.

 

A quick response in 2007 landed him an opportunity. Kerry is now a tenured Associate Professor of Graphic Design at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, having built the BFA program for the art department. Check out what Kerry and his students are up to now on the rest of the site. Or, if you would enjoy more reading, simply download your own free copy of his curriculum vitae!

 

Copyright © 2017 Kerry Scott Jenkins. All rights reserved.

Created in Adobe Muse with many images

courtesy of the next generation of top graphic designers.