Tina Howland

Tina Howland

Professor

Email: thowlandAT_mtsac.edu

Early work included projects for Sam Goody, Hollywood Athletic Club and Universal Studios, and her iconic King Kong that can be seen today hanging from the buildings at Universal City Walk.

Tina Howland specializes in web design, graphic design, branding and marketing. She currently owns Design Idea, a boutique company with a web design and development focus. Tina has also worked for some of top studios in the Los Angeles area, including powerhouse DNA Studio where she focused on web site development for the entertainment industry, and various branding/marketing agencies such as Vendare Media where she worked on a variety of print and web projects as a lead designer.

Tina's career as an illustrator began after earning her bachelor’s in fine arts from Otis College of Art and Design. Early work included projects for Sam Goody, Hollywood Athletic Club and Universal Studios, and her iconic King Kong that can be seen today hanging from the buildings at Universal City Walk.  Her portfolio includes projects for Vanity Magazine, TLC, PS I Love You, MI2, Elektra Records, Target, McDonalds, Disney, Guthy-Renker, Dancing with The Stars, Coca-Cola, Universal Studios, Celebrity Shopping Network, FOX Fantasy Sports, Earth Wind & Fire, Peet's Coffee, Zumba, Proactiv, MGA Entertainment and Sprint, as well as entertainers, management teams and production companies.