Aneshia Tinnin is a graduate student in the Master of Art & Design program at North Carolina State University. She has recently joined the Center for Educational Informatics as a Graduate Research Assistant, assisting the full-time Digital Artists in the creation of 3D assets and animation assets. This opportunity allows her to utilize the design, animation, and 3D skills that she’s learning through her curriculum, while also learning professional workflows and honing those skills while working on her assigned projects.
Aneshia hails from Durham, North Carolina, where she attended high school at JDC Early College High School. She went on to graduate from UNC Chapel Hill before moving into the world of freelance Graphic Design. After several years of that, she decided to take the plunge into more animation-oriented work. She does hope to use her historical research and design background to help create strong, diverse narratives through 2D and 3D animated content.
M.A., Art & Design (2023)
North Carolina State University
B.A., African & African American Studies, USA History Minor (2013)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill