Danielle Langdon received her MFA in Graphic Design and Video Art from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Prior to, she received a BA in Media Communication Studies and Dance from Ursinus College in Pennsylvania.
Langdon got her start as a graphic designer with HDR Inc., an architectural design firm in Princeton, New Jersey. Since then, she has continued working as a freelance designer collaborating with clients on everything from brand development to website design. Some recent clients include: The University of Missouri Libraries, The Health Communication Research Center of the MU School of Journalism, Talking Horse Productions, Lexington Community Arts Pilot Project and various other local businesses.
Langdon also has a current body of video artworks that have been shown across the country. In her videos, Langdon takes a critical, but humorous look at how smart phone technology has become a poignant player in our connections and rituals. Recent exhibitions include: Solo thesis exhibition “New Pedestrians,” George Caleb Bingham Gallery in Columbia, MO, “Disconnect,” Target Gallery in the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria, VA, and “How Much Can We Control,” at Wichita State University in Wichita, KS.
Courses Danielle Langdon has taught at Columbia College
- Graphic Design I, II and III (ARTS 216, 316, 416)
- Web Design I and II (ARTS 317, 417)
- Typography (ARTS 217)
- 2-Dimensional Design (ARTS 140)
- Digital Filmmaking (ARTS 374)
- Digital Media I (ARTS 234)
Contact Danielle Langdon
Office Location: BRN 209A
Phone Number: (573) 875-7897