Assistant Professor of Visual Communication Design
State University of New York at Geneseo
Carrie brings 15+ years of professional design experience to the Visual Communications Design program at Keuka College. Through her career in marketing, landscape architecture and urban design, she has utilized her graphic sensibilities and strong visual story-telling skills on numerous projects throughout the Finger Lakes region, US and abroad. Her creative visioning and attention to detail can be seen at all scales and mediums, from logo, presentation and website design to way-finding, exhibit design and architectural visualizations.
Kehoe has participated internationally in award-winning projects that focus on strengthening the connection between people and place. Her research visually explores environmental and social injustices occurring globally, including an American Planning Association Student Award for her equity planning work in post-Katrina New Orleans.
As a design educator, Kehoe has served as design critic at leading universities including Cornell, Penn State and Florida International University. Carrie is a native of upstate New York and holds a Bachelor's from SUNY Geneseo and a Master's from Cornell University where she was the recipient of the American Society of Landscape Architects Student Honor Award.