Office: Health 214 Bryan Campus
B.S. Computer Science with Environmental Design Minor
College of Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1992
M.S. Visualization Sciences: College of Architecture
Texas A&M University, 1997
Christopher Kocmoud joined the Blinn College Fine Arts Faculty as a part-time instructor in the Fall of 2008. Computer graphics has always been a life-long interest and focus. During his B.S. in Computer Science he minored in Environmental Design, integrating creative arts into his engineering curriculum. He is one of the relatively privileged few to study in and graduate from the prestigious Visualization Laboratory in the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University. This unique program prepares students from both engineering and creative backgrounds for creative digital visualization in a wide variety of fields such as computer animation, modeling and simulation, image generation and manipulation, design communications and supporting technology.
He currently lives in College Station, Texas, with his wife Kimberly and nine children that they school at home. He works full-time as a Software Engineer for the TEES Texas Center for Applied Technology, so he rarely is on the Blinn campus during the day. But he makes the time to teach Digital Arts courses because of his love of teaching and his sincere desire to assist students in advancing their dreams, whether towards a higher education degree or a digital design career.