Kimberly A. Dylla
Designer and CEO
Kylla Custom Rock Wear
Aunspaugh Post-Baccalaureate Graduate Fellowship, Digital Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, May 2006.
B.A. High Distinction, Echols Scholar, Digital Art and Computer Science, University of Virginia, May 2005.
2013-present. Designer and CEO, Kylla Custom Rock Wear, Charlottesville, Virginia.
2012-2013. Senior Technology Specialist, Center for Digital Initiatives, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas.
2011-2012. Technical Consultant, mental images / NVIDIA, Charlottesville, Virginia (collaborating remotely with Melbourne, Australia / Berlin, Germany / Portland, Oregon).
2009-2010. Chief Technology Consultant, Frischer Consulting, Charlottesville, Virginia.
2006-2010. Visualization Systems Operator and Project Manager: Rome Reborn, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.
2005-2006. Studio and Teaching Assistant, Digital Art, McIntire Department of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.
2005-2006. Technical Consultant and 3D Specialist, Digital Media Lab, Clemons Library, Charlottesville, Virginia.
2005-2006. Instructor, Introduction to Maya 3D Modeling Short Course, Digital Media Lab, Clemons Library, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Summer 2005. Digitizer and Visual Archive Specialist, Tibetan Himalayan Digital Library, Charlottesville, Virginia.
1999-2004. Artist, Kaman's Art Shoppes, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Publications, Exhibitions, Conference Work, and Awards:
"Visual Distillations: The paintings of Kim Dylla, the photographs of Robert Cassanova, and the sculpture of Minna Newman Nathanson", American Center for Physics, College Park, MD, November 2010- May 2011
"Stellarator II” Cover Artwork: Denn, Morton M. “Chemical Engineering: An Introduction”, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY 2012
Dylla, K., Frischer, B., Gill, A., Fillwalk, J., Johanson, C., Liestol, G. “Roundtable: New interactive 3D solutions for cultural heritage visualization,” Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Southampton, UK 2012
Dylla, K., Frischer, B., Mueller, P., Ulmer, A., Haegler S. “Rome Reborn 2.0: A Framework for Virtual City Reconstruction Using Procedural Modeling Techniques,” Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Williamsburg, VA 2009
"New Paintings" by Kim Dylla, American Vacuum Society International Symposium & Exhibition, Moscone West Convention Center, San Francisco, CA, 2006
Aunspaugh Fellowship Exhibition, “The Question Concerning Technology”, Off-Grounds Gallery, Charlottesville, VA, 2006
Independent Undergraduate Research in Graphics, University of Virginia, Echols Scholar program: produced two interactive submissions to SIGGRAPH '05 Emerging Technologies, Los Angeles, CA 2005
Virginia Graduate Arts Forum Honoree / Presenter, 1708 Gallery C3 Space, Richmond, VA, 2005
Distinguished Major Thesis Exhibition, “Aesthetic Deconstruction of a Manufactured Reality”, Off-Grounds Gallery, Charlottesville, VA, 2005
Dylla, K. “The Derivation of the Cyborg-Artist in an Age of Technology”. Distinguished Major Thesis, McIntire Department of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 2005
Mead Endowment Physics Art Contest Winner, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 2005
English, German, Norwegian, C++, Java, HTML, Open GL, CG