Hiram Henriquez’s career includes 14 years at The Miami Herald — where he won multiple individual news illustration and design awards, and earned two Pulitzer Prizes for Team Reporting — three years at the South Florida Sun Sentinel as a senior graphics reporter, and two years at National Geographic magazine as a graphics editor. Having served as an adjunct lecturer at the University of Miami, where he taught Advertising Design and Basics of Informational Graphics, Hiram is now a full-time lecturer at UM’s School of Communication teaching Visual Design and Informational Graphics. The UM alumnus (’92) also runs his own graphic design studio, H2H Graphics & Design Inc., where he specializes in 3D illustrations, informational graphics, animation, brand identity and Web design. He received his M.F.A. in Graphic Design from Savannah College of Art & Design in 2014. Hiram lives in Rolesville, North Carolina, a small town near Raleigh, with his wife, Kelly, sons Noah and Lucas, and their three dogs. Having been born in Cuba and raised in Miami, Hiram is also fluent in Spanish.