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Larry Stultz

Operated Design and Advertising Firms in New Orleans and Atlanta

Dr. Larry Stultz has been on the IMC faculty since 2007. He served as department chair for the Bachelor of Arts in Advertising program at The Art Institute of Atlanta, where he taught courses in conceptual thinking and campaign development for twenty years.

He also taught creative campaigns at Atlanta’s Portfolio Center. Prior to entering the teaching phase of his life, he operated design and advertising firms in New Orleans and Atlanta with clients in hospitality and tourism, commercial real estate, corporate communications, health care and social services. He has served on the board of directors of the Atlanta Ad Club and provides ideation facilitation and consulting services to clients in the southeast.

Stultz holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in Visual Design from Purdue University, and he earned his Ph.D. in Educational Policy: Social Foundations from Georgia State University in 2006.

Dr. Stultz lives in Sugar Hill, GA on the north side of Atlanta with Tricia, his wife of fifty years. His two daughters, a son-in-law, and four grandsons also live in ATL where they spend a lot of time on youth team sports. Stultz also spends time camping, kayaking, hiking and fly fishing in North Georgia.

Professor Stultz really fostered a creative environment which was extremely necessary for this course. He enabled a high degree of autonomy that resulted in enhanced creativity and execution.

Dr. L is just the best! His enthusiasm for the curriculum and its subject matter, his experiences, expertise and keen understanding of creative strategy, and the unwavering encouragement, support and kindness that he brings to each and every student makes all of the difference.

What helped me the most was simply feeling comfortable being able to reach out to Dr. Stultz and knowing I’d receive a timely response. I often times tend to over analyze assignments and portions of lessons, so I’d email him for clarity or advice. He would always reply within hours with an encouraging response.