MA, San Francisco State University; in Humanities, cum laude.
BA, San Francisco State University; in Humanities.
2006—present, The Union Institute & University, Montpelier, VT. Affiliate Professor.
Faculty in the online undergraduate option.
1988—present, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA.
1994—present, School of Adult Studies, Art Institute of Boston, The Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences, and The School of Management (1994-96), Adjunct Assistant Professor.
1997—2000, The Women's College, Management program, Assistant Professor.
1994—1996, The Women's College, Management program, Instructor.
1989—1993, The Women's College, Management and Behavioral Sciences programs, Senior Lecturer.
2006—present, Self Esteem Boston, Jamaica Plain, MA. Trainer.
1989—1995, Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge, MA. Adjunct.
1986—1988, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
Instructor of non-credit cartooning class for graduate students, post-docs, and visiting professors.
Porkbarrel Comix, Written and illustrated by Peaco Todd; additional writing by John Bradley; Cactus Studio Press, 2008, 2004. www.porkbarrelcomix.com
The Ultimate Guide to Transforming Anger: Dynamic Tools for Healthy Relationships, Middelton-Moz, Tener & Todd. Cartoon illustrations by Peaco Todd. Health Communications, Inc., 2005. (Formerly Good and Mad: Transform Anger Using Mind, Body, Soul and Humor, 2003)
The Girl's Guide to Football, Written and illustrated by Peaco Todd. Cactus Studio Press, 2000.
Frame by Frame: A Visual Guide to College Success, Lowenstein & Todd. Cartoon illustrations by Peaco Todd. Prentice Hall, 1999.
Frame by Frame: A Visual Guide to College Success: Instructor's Manual. Lowenstein & Todd. Prentice Hall, 1999.
Blogger and illustrator: twice weekly about education and politics for Care2.com and during football season for NFLGridionGab.com. September 2009—present.
Freelance journalist: special correspondent for the Arab News, 2008—present.
Freelance writer: contributor of articles and illustrations to a variety of magazines, newspapers and online publications. 1985—present.
Notes From the Perimeter: column with cartoon illustration, Conway Daily Sun (NH) and Somerville Journal (MA). Special correspondent covering the Democratic National Convention, Denver 2008, and the Presidential Inauguration 2009.
"Navidad", Anthology, International Society of Poetry, 2004.
"The Misguided Gardener", regular commentator on NPR's "The Cultivated Gardener."
Australian College of Journalism, "The Business of Cartooning", course material for Freelance Cartoon and Illustration certificate, 2002.
Proceedings: Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management (IBAM) 7th Annual Conference, "Using Cartoons as a Communications Strategy for Creating Community: A Case Study", November 1999.
Proceedings: New England Environmental Expo, "Using Humor As Part of Your ISO 14000 Strategy", April 1996.
Poetry Forum Short Stories, "The Ghost", March 1995.
Proceedings: InterChange Conference, University of Lowell: "The Role of Humor in Technical Documentation." March 1991.
ARTICLES, SHORT FICTION & COMMENTARY
Art Director: The Annals of Improbable Research, Cambridge, MA. 1998-2007.
Lesley College, Cambridge, MA. Design/production of Commonthought (arts magazine), 1996-2000.
Feeling Elf Cards and Games, Elizabeth Crary, character development and cartoon illustrations by Peaco Todd. Parenting Press, 2002.
Cartoon illustrations/cover art: Rainbow Kids, Barbara Porro, ASCD Books, 2002.
Cartoon illustrations/cover art: Family Matters: Parenting Tips from the Business World, Roni Jay, Parenting Press, 2001.
Cartoon illustrations/cover art: Talk It Out: Conflict Resolution in the Elementary Classroom, Barbara Porro, ASCD Books, 1996.
Cartoon illustrations: The Joy of Divorce, ed. Joanne Michaels, Lone Wolf Publications, 1995.
Carolyn Bean Publishing, San Francisco, CA: Created, designed, and wrote a line of greeting cards ("This Card is Beastly") sold nationally and internationally, 1981-1985.
Hallmark Cards. Chosen through nationwide search to be special projects artist; reproduction of characters and logos from television cartoons for spin-off products marketed nationally, 1983.
BOOK & CARD ILLUSTRATION/DESIGN
Gag cartoons syndicated by Artizans Syndicate (www.artizans.com), 2000-present.
Editorial cartoons and feature "Bright House" syndicated by CartoonStock Syndicate (www.cartoonstock.com), 2002-present.
Websites: www.peacotoons.com, 2000-present; www.porkbarrelcomix.com, 2004-present.
Cartoon feature: "Whitehead tales: Heads or Tails?" story by Carol Morton, art by Peaco Todd; Paradigm Magazine, The Whitehead Institute of MIT, Spring 2008.
Cartoon feature: "Whitehead tales: When Good Proteins Go Bad", story by Carol Morton, art by Peaco Todd; Paradigm Magazine, The Whitehead Institute of MIT, Fall 2007.
Panel cartoons published in the following magazines, 1992-present: Bostonia, Saturday Evening Post, Employment Weekly, Editorial Humor, Career Woman, Communication World, Management Review, Cats USA, Cat Fancy, MetroSports, Horse Illustrated, Environment, Iowa Woman, Earthwatch, Et Cetera, Otherwise, and Berkeley Monthly.
Lesley College, 1996-1999: poster and program design for the Oxford Street Players' productions of Shakespeare's Twelth Night, The Comedy of Errors, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and All's Well That Ends Well; The Comedy of Eros (Rizley & Pluto).
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1999: design of poster, portrait and collateral pieces for "Advances in System Theory" national symposium.
Cartoon strip Tiffani syndicated by Singer Media Corporation, 1993-1996.
Logo for William Least Heat-Moon's Nikawa: Boat Across America, 1995.
Breaking Ground: Illustrations and animation stills for television program, 1994.
CARTOONS, ILLUSTRATIONS & ANIMATION
SpecWriter® User's Manual for PRC Incorporated, 1993.
SyTOS Plus® User's Manual for Sytron Corporation, 1989.
F-Chart® User's Manual for California Micro Utility, 1984.
Autocode® User's Manual for Axel Johnson Engineering Corporation, 1981.