Jill Taffet

Born, Queens, NY

MFA, San Francisco Art Institute

BFA, Cooper Union  


Jill received her BFA (Studio Art) from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art & Science in New York and her MFA (New Genres) from The San Francisco Art Institute. She is an exhibiting artist who creates large-scale immersive video installations, motion drawings, GIFS and New Media. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including The Unpainted Media Art Fair in Munich and Interrupting Entropy: Selections from The Betlach Collection in California. She has also exhibited at large outdoor public venues of light-based art including InLight Richmond in 2013 and 2017. 

Previously Jill was an EMMY® Award-winning Creative Director recognized for experimental motion and new media projects with multiple awards from the AIGA, The Art Directors Club, SXSW, The Type Directors Club, Graphis and The Broadcast Design Assoc.

Jill served as Chair of Motion Media at Savannah College of Art and Design where she created the annual Inspire Motion Media conference and currently she is faculty at Ringling College of Art and Design, where she teaches classes in Experimental Concepts, Projection Mapping and History of Motion Media.