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OSU Institute of Technology
3D Modeling & Animation
1801 E. 4th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447

Sr. Administrative Assistant


The faculty of the 3D Modeling & Animation program are highly experienced designers, creatives, artists, who have worked for and with a varied clientele locally, regionally and nationally. These are practicing professionals who continue to work and bring their expertise into the classroom every day. The depth of their skills, their dedication, and the extent of their experience, help to prepare our students to enter into the extremely competitive arena of graphic design, branding, advertising, 3D modeling and other creative endeavors. It is the goal of our faculty to instill the passion, desire and dedication it will take to be the next generation of outstanding, working creatives!

Christian Bradley

Christian Bradley, Dean, School of Creative & Information Technologies Dean, School of Creative & Information Technologies
Christian Bradley serves as dean of the School of Creative & Information Technologies at OSU Institute of Technology.

Before coming to OSUIT in 2019, Bradley served as the institutional director of Media Arts for The Art Institute’s College of Creative Art and Design. Bradley was also an academic director, program chair and full-time teacher at various times during his 16 years with the Art Institutes.

He has a B.A. in Art from Cal State Fullerton and an M.A. in Leadership from South University. He has worked at multimedia companies, that include Interplay, The Collective, and JVC, over the span of his professional career. Bradley also was the president of Cubicle Arts, a contracting company that provided digital and traditional art assets for multimedia companies.

Over the past 18 years, Bradley has focused on teaching others how to use 3D and digital art software in the classroom, through various publications and by developing online training series offered through,, and The Art Institutes Online. 

Eileen Dewey

Eileen Dewey serves as the Assistant Dean of the School of Creative & Information Technologies at OSU Institute of Technology. 

Ms. Dewey has been actively involved with higher education since 1998. She holds a bachelor degree from the University of Central Oklahoma in Education, a Master of Arts degree from Webster University in Computer Resource Management, and a Master of Science degree from Tulsa University in Computer Science. She holds several industry certificates in Information Technology, Project Management, and Cyber Security.

Ms. Dewey has been a co-PI on several NSF grants in the cyber security field, served as a director of 3D gamining and simulation development, and director of management of information systems at other institutions.

Alfred Borres

3D Modeling Instructor
Alfred Borres holds a bachelor degree in Multimedia with a focus in 3D animation from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. His work has been featured at the Australian Center for Moving Images. He brings over 15 years of production and management experience into the classroom. He was the creative and technical director of Toei Animation and has managed several creative teams through the successful completion of numerous projects for cinema and television. Alfred has taught at several colleges and universities since 2002 and continues to tirelessly provide meaningful training dedicated to leading his students towards successful careers.

Dave Brown

Adjunct Instructor
Dave Brown holds a BA in Art and Animation from the Academy of Art University. Mr. Brown has fourteen years of developing art and environmental assets for video games and multimedia. Mr. Brown has held positions as a Character Artist, Environmental Artist and is currently an Art Director at Sony Online Entertainment and Daybreak Games. Mr. Brown has art Directed some of the most successful online-based MMPOG in history, including Everquest, Freerealms and Star Wars galaxies. Mr. Brown has experience teaching 3D and Character art-based courses at the Art Institute of California, San Diego.

Tommie Lee Washington

Adjunct Instructor
Tommie Lee Washington is an award-winning graphic designer and an animator of motion graphics, who has been working in the design and broadcast industry for over 30 years. Mr. Washington holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art. Fine Arts. He later earned a Masters Degree in Motion Media from Savannah College of Art and Design. Mr. Washington worked as an Art Director for Regal Group, Inc. (An Infomercial Company) and was a Freelance Art Director for Alpha International Records in Philadelphia. Mr Washington has also worked as a freelance animator with clients, including the Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia Flyers. In 1994, Tommie was hired by ESPN as a Graphic Designer, where he began producing graphics for various ESPN Shows, such as RPM2Night and NFL Gameday. In 1996, He was selected to work on designing ESPNEWS. It was then that he took the initiative to learn 3D animation software on his own and became the first ESPN employee to create a 3D animation that aired on an ESPN network. Mr. Washington continued to be an innovator by creating the first virtual reality set for “Outside The Lines” and the first animated over-the-shoulder and full-screen graphics to air on an ESPN network. He was also instrumental in designing the first “Bottom Line”. (The scrolling artwork at the bottom of the ESPN show). He has played a significant role in the awarding of several Broadcast Design Association (BDA/Promax) awards to ESPN’s Creative Services Department and has received an Emmy award for his graphic design work on ESPN’s flagship broadcast “SportsCenter.” Tommie is currently a Coordinating Designer of Motion Graphics for ESPN, with most of his efforts being focused on design for the SEC/ESPN Network. Since 2015, Tommie has been an Adjunct Professor for Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and Liberty University, teaching various courses related to Graphic Design.

Fredrick Vang

Kelly Hess

Adjunct Instructor
Kelly Hess comes to OSUIT with a long list of accomplishments and teaching experience. Ms. Hess has served as a course developer for Elevepro from 2014 to 2020 and as an online course developer and instructor for the Art Institute of Pittsburgh for 15 years. Ms. Hess has been an online instructor for Sanford Brown University from 2009 to 2020 and served as the primary instructional design r for the university's new online curriculum and course offerings. Ms. Hess has taught all manner of Graphic Design and Multimedia course content, including Web-based courses, UI/UX design, entrepreneurship, design, and fundamental drawing courses. Some of the clients Ms. Hess has worked with to online design curriculum and new online course offerings include The Art Institute of Pittsburg (AiO), Davenport University, Mohave Community College, Mt. Sierra College, Antonelli College, South University, and Lansing College.


Alex Aguilar

Genadi Radiul

Adjunct Instructor