Lloyd Carr is the Graphic Arts Program Director at New York City College of Technology. An Associate Professor since 1998, Professor Carr has an MA in Journalism & Mass Communications (1972) from the University of Florida and a B.A. and a B.S. in Advertising (1971), also from the University of Florida. He has been certified in "preflight" from Markzware; and holds certificates in digital imaging prepress and digital presswork from Xerox. Professor Carr continues to be active in the graphic arts industry, consulting to publishers, printers and imaging companies. His clients include Time Magazine, and Corbis, one of the largest photo agencies in the world.
Prior to his arrival at NYCOT, Professor Carr worked for Applied Graphics Technologies (AGT) where he managed computer-to-plate (CTP) workflows, established digital preflight procedures, and developed digital archiving/digital asset management systems for advertising and publishing in newspapers and magazines. Prof. Carr's current research is affiliated with advising The New York Times' national editions quality assurance lab internships. He also works with the color expert Ms. Jean Bourges to develop educational for designers.
Professor Carr is a member of the Education Committee of the Association
of Graphic Communications (AGC) and the New York City Department of Education
High School Graphic Arts Advisory Commission. He has worked with the Commission’s
task force to produce an annual High School Graphic Arts Competition at
NYCOT for the past three years. Professor Carr has also been active with
industry organizations such as the Digital Ad Lab (DAL), Partnership in
Print Production (P3), and The New York City Club of Printing House Craftsmen,
where he is currently serving on the executive board. His article on "Color
Correction" is published in the (2004-2005) Association of Graphic
Communications Buyers Guide.