Ramon Tejada (he/him) is a (New Yorkino / Afro-Caribbean / American) designer (el studio de ramon) and educator based in Providence, RI, and Los Angeles. He works in a hybrid design/teaching practice focusing on collaboration, inclusion, unearthing, and the responsible expansion of design, a practice he has named “puncturing.” Ramon is an assistant professor in the Graphic Design Department at RISD.


MFA – Graphic Design | Otis College of Art & Design

Design Mentorship | COMA NYC/AMS

Continuing Education – Design: Print & Web Technologies | SVA

MFA – Directing/Performance Art | Bennington

MA/BA – English Dramatic Literature & Theater/Spanish | Wheaton

Silas Munro

Faculty, MFA in Graphic Design

Ian Lynam

Faculty, MFA in Graphic Design

Tasheka Arceneaux-Sutton

Faculty, MFA in Graphic Design

James Chae

Faculty Chair, MFA in Graphic Design

Anne West

Thesis Instructor, MFA in Graphic Design

Ramón Tejada

Visiting Faculty, MFA in Graphic Design