Jeffrey Gold has been an adjunct professor of film and narrative/screenwriting for seven years and an online instructor of visual communication (graphic design, professional and technical communication, technology in communication, web design, advertising design, print production, color theory, logo and identity design, information design, universal design) for a decade. He also worked as a creative manager at Harman International, Inc. (now Samsung, Inc.) for the brands dbx, Lexicon Pro, BSS, and DigiTech. As a communication designer and copywriter, he has consulted and worked with independent artists and small businesses to establish or augment their branding. Parallel to this, he is an award-winning screenwriter, playwright, and film composer.
Gold has a Master of Professional Communication (with an emphasis in marketing communication and new media) from Westminster College. He received a bachelor of science degree in pre-professional physics and minor in mathematics at the University of Utah, where he published eight papers of original research as an undergraduate and was a research assistant in photoluminescence, thermoacoustics, thin film sputtering, and magnetoencephalography. Subsequently, he studied microelectronic engineering and semiconductor physics at the renowned Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, England.