He definitely put his free-lancing career far above teaching. He missed numerous classes and even though I've had him as a teacher twice, I don't feel like he got to know me or my work at all. Tends to disappear during class time. I also don't feel like he gave much feedback with his grades. You never really know why you did well or poorly. I did really enjoy his live demos, wish there were more.
Will take off marks without clearly explaining why, is often late and generally frustrating to deal with. He puts his freelancing above teaching.
he is strange.He tells us to shush then talks for 45 minutes non-stop. As for grading, he'll tell you it's excellent and then give you 13/15, and you realise everyone has 13/15. Good marker teacher.
Nice guy, helped me a lot and pretty clear on what he wants. A Fair marker and a nice friend.
He's known for being tough with the grading. Like if your presentation alone is sort of bad, you could lose 10 points. Or you get an auto-fail if you give in your work late. But only because he wants to get the students used to the professional practice.
great artist, gave me great feedback on my work, tuff on marking.
He lubs the ladies, but the guy's truly a great person. As a teacher he's OK, but as a helpful friend, he's downright excellent. Sometimes a little confusing...
I really liked him. Always nice to me. A great artist. Funny and dedicated. Really smart. He gave me my first real contract. Harsh but fair marker.
a bad artist, bad teacher, only pays attention to young women in class....