Owner and Lead Art Director at 111 Media Collective.
James Black graduated from UNM with a BFA in studio art in 2004 with concentration in printmaking, specifically working with Monotype relief prints, Intaglio etchings, and Serigraphy. James quickly adapted to the Serigraphy or Screen Printing process and began to work on a small studio to create prints. This small studio has grown into a larger artist collective with a strong interest in unique graphic design and production. James is an active community member, local artist, teacher, and published illustrator. James has led many on site workshops and tutorials for local youth and community centers, including Bosque Schools, Harwood Art Center, and the Hispanic Cultural Center. James started the screen printing program at Albuquerque’s, Warehouse 508 and is the head of the live screen printing event team “T-Shirt Lab”. He is currently woking as visual art director of the “We Are This City” downtown beautification project launching in late 2015.