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Terence O’Daly

Terence O’Daly

Associate Professor of Art

B.F.A., Southampton CollegeM.A., New York Institute of Technology


Professor Terence O’Daly received a Masters of Communication Arts from New York Institute of Technology in 1992 and has been a professional graphic designer for the past twenty years. Professor O’Daly began his career as a graphic designer, photographer and became an associate producer for award winning cable television programming including A&E’s  “An Evening at the Improv” and “Comedy on the Road”. Thereafter, he formed a design firm that produced advertising designs, websites and marketing materials for a wide range of cliental. Terence’s advertising designs have been published in Advertising Age, Ad Week, Fortune Magazine and Wireless Week. In 2009, Professor O’Daly published a public awareness website ( on the history of the nuclear age. The work was honored with design awards from the International Academy of Visual Arts and was featured in the 2010 Communication Arts Interactive Annual. Most recently, Professor O’Daly has been engaged in the development of promotional websites for cable television pilots and website designs for luxury real estate firms.


Graphic Design, Web site Design, Digital Illustration, Digital Print Production, Digital Motion Graphics, Digital Video and Apple Macintosh Technology


  • Author and Designer, “” (2009)
  • Designer, Web sites for various clients including
    - Bernard Nickels Associates (2009)
    - World Express Electronics (2008)
    - Fabio Piccolo Fiore (2008)
    - Entertainment Property Holdings, Ltd.
    - DVD Title Animations (2005-2006)
    - The Tuckahoe (Southampton, N.Y.) School District (2004)

Work cited:

  • “Web Pick of the Week,” published in Communication Arts (2009)


  • Recipient, W3 Silver Award for Website Design (2009)
  • Recipient, Davey Silver Awards for Website Design in Science & Education Categories (2009)


  • Member, The Graphic Artists Guild
  • Member, College Art Association
  • Member, Writers Guild of America West