Eli Neugeboren is an Assistant Professor specializing in digital imaging technology in the Advertising Design and Graphic Arts Department at New York City College of Technology. Professor Neugeboren holds a Masters of Fine Arts degree from University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Ohio University.
Professor Neugeboren is a retoucher, illustrator, designer, and artist who has worked in the digital imaging field for the past 10 years, and in the creative and design world since 1997. He was the first in-house digital imaging specialist at Spin magazine, where he developed the magazine's workflow and was responsible for the retouching, coloring correction and overall quality of every image in the publication for nearly 4 years. Professor Neugeboren has also worked as a graphic designer in the American Museum of Natural History's exhibition department and was a Teaching Artist for the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center Institute. He continues his work in all of these specialties as a freelancer.
In 2003 Professor Neugeboren traveled to the Venice Biennale, where he was a resident artist in Marko Peljhan's Makrolab. Makrolab is concerned with work in three areas: the electromagnetic spectrum, migration, and meteorology. Participants work on their own projects as well as collaborative works with other resident artists.
Clients Served: Ideo, Publicis, Clarins, Redken, Hennessy, Maybelline, Sony Music, Smart Tuition, Ecko Unltd, Intel, People Magazine, Little Brown & Co., W, Wallpaper, Surface, Glamour, Spin Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Peter Yang, David LaChapelle, Nigel Barker, Atumn De Wilde, Terry Richardson, Cass Bird, Mark Mann, Ben Watts