I believe the classroom is a working community that requires contribution from everyone – the principal, the faculty, the students and parents – in order to maintain a positive atmosphere.

To develop a respectful and collaborative learning experience between student and community, the classroom should integrate learning across all disciplines.

I aspire to provide space for students to develop skills that not only provide the tools necessary to work in a technologically dependent world, but that encourage problem-solvers who are eager to explore the world through a creative lens.


Over the past 5 years Keren Hitchcock has worked with the manipulation of images and film as both student and employee. Hitchcock has developed her personal practice using photography, video works and installation to explore relationships between architecture, the body and technology. With a practice centered in the manipulation of technology and materials, she has become very comfortable working with a variety of digital editing tools.