Art critic website for teaching, publications, and speaking engagements

Robert L. Pincus, art critic

PhD in American Studies

University of San Diego

California State University, Long Beach

Long-time art critic, formerly of the San Diego Union-Tribune and L.A. Times. 

Robert needed a website to act as a portfolio of writing, electronic CV, and to host his current and previous syllabi.

With extensive writing and a variety of project-types, his site is designed to provide viewers with easy direction to find what they’re looking for.

This was a done-for-you website package that included strategy, development, design, and content.

Once the site was completed, Jennifer performed a social media audit and profile refresh.

With updated profiles and a clear website message, Robert has everything he needs to communicate his extensive work effectively online.

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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What Robert says about working with me

“Working with Jennifer on the creation of a website was a wonderful experience.

She took the material I provided — my CV, links to writings and other relevant information — and shaped it into a cogent site that is easy to navigate and deftly reflects the various dimensions of my long history as an art critic, educator, scholar and speaker.

She has a keen understanding of how academics and arts journalists reach an audience and interact with those who would want to engage with their work.

In addition to creating the site, she synchronized it with social media sites to genuinely excellent effect.”

— Robert L. Pincus PhD

Robert’s website

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Jennifer van Alstyne is a Peruvian-American poet and public relations consultant. She founded The Academic Designer, LLC to help academics, researchers, and writers control their online presence and share their work with the world.

She holds a B.A. from Monmouth University in English, and an M.F.A. from Naropa University in Writing & Poetics where she was the Jack Kerouac Fellow. Jennifer also holds an M.A. from University of Louisiana at Lafayette in Literature and Cultural Studies where she was one of four master’s fellows and a finalist for the Outstanding Master’s Graduate Award.