A member of the Senior Management Group since 2010, George brings his experience as a professional photographer and educator to his role as Head of the School of Art and Design.
Prague College is full of people who are passionate about what they do. Students, lecturers, administrators, our senior managers and founders are proud of the institution that has been built since 2004 through careful attention to quality of teaching and learning, and dedication to working hard to achieve excellent results.
Michaela Büsse is a design researcher with an interdisciplinary background in media, design and urban studies. She works as an innovation consultant and lecturer for critical and creative thinking.
Theo is an arts academic and journalist from London who has recently relocated to Prague.
Ryan Cole teaches design applications and web design at Prague College.
George Cremaschi is a composer, musician, performer, curator and teacher.
Paul lectures in design history and ideas generation at Prague College. He is a registered architect with experience of a large variety of projects including new construction, historic preservation and large-scale site planning.
Cazim Dervisevic is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian documentary filmmaker/videographer and journalist with over 17 years' experience in media and film.
Marie Doucet is a French product and environment designer based in Prague.
Jan William Drnek is an Associate Lecturer at Prague College's School of Art & Design. In 1991, Jan founded the HSW signal company, which with time became one of the leading firms in the signmaking business in the Czech Republic.
Ondrej Fucik is an Associate Lecturer with Prague College, teaching units on corporate identity and visual communication. He has been a freelance graphic designer and DTP operator since 1997.
Jakub Grosz is a Czech multimedia artist primarily concerned with light behaviour in interactive systems, video, and scanography.
Kelly Hoben is an Associate Lecturer of Prague College School of Art & Design. From 1997 to 2002, Kelly studied at Ohio State University on a National Merit Scholarship with a double major in English and Art Education.
Franco Hüller is an Italian visual artist who has experimented in the fields of painting, photography, installations, performances and video art.
Anvita Jain joined Prague College as Associate Lecturer in the Graphic Design Department in September 2013. She is an artist and graphic designer living and working in Prague, as well as in New Delhi.
Currently a Design Consultant at Prague branding company Hrivnak, Helena graduated from the BA (Hons) programme in Graphic Design.
Denisa Kera is a philosopher and designer working on design supporting open and citizen science projects around the world. She experiments with various creative strategies of public engagement in science by using blockchain platforms, open science hardware, Tarot cards, consumer genomics and food.
Michal Kindernay is an intermedia artist, curator and performer. His audio-visual installations interconnect art, technology and science. He reflects ecological issues through various technological approaches in relation to nature environment.
Petr Knobloch is a designer, user experience and user interface consultant and design educator.
Krystof spent eight years studying and working abroad, during which time he studied Communication Design and Photography at the University of Applied Sciences in Duesseldorf, and gained his MA with distinction in Visual Communication at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design.
Branislava was born in Prijepolje, former Yugoslavia, where she studied theatre directing at the Belgrade Academy of Dramatic Arts before emigrating and resettling in Prague in the mid-1990s.
Nicolas started his career in New York building websites for brands such as American Express, Morgan Stanley and the NBA.
Returning to his native Sweden for a Masters in Interaction Design, Nicolas was part of initiating the academic area of Sustainable Interaction Design.
Cristina Maldonado is a Mexican artist whose background in body movement lends a unique approach to her visual and conceptual experiments with video, sound, collage and performance.
Michal Marianek teaches at Prague College School of Art & Design. He is a Czech audio-visual artist, pedagogue, curator and coordinator of cultural events.
As well as teaching at Prague College, Sean has worked in both publishing and advertising. In both fields, he has managed teams and taken great pride in coaching and seeing junior designers progress, learn and develop.
Jan began his career 1997 at the Czech car manufacturer Škoda as a prototype designer, mainly working with wood and composite materials.
Marketa is a Czech-born interior designer who has lived and worked in England, USA, Australia and Japan. She has also worked on design projects in Spain and France.
Ken is an illustrator, animator, writer, cartoonist and multi-media performer, whose skills encompass the full range of multi-media, including sound recording, audio editing, video, motion graphics, animation, typography, illustration and design.
Jeremiah currently teaches Visual Production and Drawing Techniques, emphasizing not only the importance of technical proficiency, but also how to be a creative individual.
Andrea Průchová is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Sociology at Charles University in Prague, and Associate Lecturer at Charles University (Institute of Communication Studies) and Prague College (Fine Art Experimental Media and Creative Media Production).
Jiri Ptacek lives in Prague and is an independent curator and art critic. Throughout his career he has collaborated with several galleries and art magazines working in the field of contemporary art.
Christophe teaches in the School of Art & Design, specializing in several modules related to audio-visual techniques, and video post-production and editing.
Jessica Serran holds an MA in Transformative Art from John F Kennedy University in Berkeley, CA and a BFA in Illustration from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI.
Pascal has a degree in Cinema from the University of Sorbonne III, as well as DNAP (National Art Degree) and DNSAP (National Superior Art Degree) from the Academy of Art in Aix-en-Provence.
Petr Svarny was born in Prague. He currently works as a product manager at a Czech IT company, which enables him to do what he most likes: teaching others what he has learnt from experience.
Barbora Toman Tylová is an Associate Lecturer at Prague College's School of Art & Design. Her work covers an entire spectrum of various graphic activities.
Martin Zet teaches drawing techniques and processes at Prague College. He is a well-known contemporary Czech artist whose work includes sculpture, performance, poetry, sea drawings, and publishing.