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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors of Environmental Design at Texas A&M University. Master Candidate in Visualization at Texas A&M University Viz Lab. Master in Teaching at the University of the Incarnate Word.

Wright Daggett

I have taught Digital Art, Electronic Media, Photography, and 2D animation at The Design & Technology Academy since 2009.  I have a bachelor’s in environmental design from Texas A&M University in College Station, a Masters candidate in Visualization at Texas A&M University in College Station, and a Master’s in Teaching from the University of the Incarnate Word.   I worked professionally as a 3D computer animator in Los Angeles at Microsoft supporting projects at DreamWorks, Disney, Warner Brothers, and Digital Domain.  My animation Doom and the Dog was a Siggraph Electronic Theater Winner.  I have had my work exhibited at South by Southwest, Prix Arts Electronica, Japan Graphic Design Association Conference, the Dallas Film and Video Festival, TV Madrid, and the Mall in Washington, D.C.

My entire family is a product of NEISD.  I graduated from Lee High School, my husband graduated from MacArthur High School, both my daughter and son graduated from ISA.    My husband teaches math at Reagan High School.  My daughter graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and is currently assistant editor at DC Comics in Los Angeles, California.  My son attends Parson's School of Design in New York.  He is studying fashion design.

Creativity is as important to human evolution as literacy.  Our progress is determined by our ability to solve problems, innovate, and improve our condition.    I do not care whether or not my students are exceptional technical artists; I want them to exercise their brains, experiment, theorize, think, and improve.  I want them to have an agile mind.  I want every aspect of their existence to get better, to improve on what came before.

I have recently earned my Administrative certificate and I hope to have the opportunity to further shape schools and students for the benefit of our community and society.