Design Arts Pathway Coordinator
Design Arts Pathway Coordinator and Instructor, Lorna Miller, brings over 20 years of design and teaching experience to this program. She has taught all levels of graphic design and traditional Art and continues to pursue learning the trade herself. Adobe Certified in Photoshop and Illustrator, she loves that no matter how much she knows about design, students are always teaching her as well. It's a subject you can never stop learning! Mrs. Miller LOVES creating, LOVES teaching at Franklin, and LOVES helping her students see that graphic design skills can be useful in ANY career.
“I’m not sayin’ I’m gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will.” ~ Tupac Shakur
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