BFA, MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology
Professor of things graphical, maker of things edible, creator of things beautiful (and functional). Elouise comes to IGM by way of fine arts and computer animation. She holds a bachelors degree in Fine Arts, printmaking (etchings, lithography, woodcuts), and her masters degree in Fine Arts, Computer Animation. Her work has been shown in exhibitions and shows internationally. Her primary interest is to use interactive multimedia to make rich aesthetic experiences, and to explore its communication and creative potential. She slings words and paint with equal verve.
In the News
January 15, 2022
ROCtheChange, students in Rochester challenged to use tech for social change
WROC-TV features the AT&T & RIT ROCtheChange Game Jam and talks to Elouise Oyzon, associate professor in the School of Interactive Games and Media.
March 3, 2020
RIT game design programs ranked among best in the world
RIT is one of the best places in the world to study game design and launch a career, according to new international rankings from The Princeton Review.