Professor Price teaches computer animation and directed research courses at ACCAD and in the department of Design. His research incorporates collaborative activity across multiple disciplines. Recent projects include real time responsive animation performance in collaboration with composer Linda Dusman and violinist Airi Yoshioka, and an interactive simulation of the ancient Sun Dagger site in New Mexico, working with discoverer Anna Sofaer of The Solstice Project.
He has presented his research at conferences such as SIGGRAPH, ICHIM, Ecole du Louvre, Paris, and Information Visualization, London. Productions he has designed and directed appear in nationally broadcast programming, BBC, and permanent exhibits such as the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum in Chicago.
His independent animation work has received awards and appears in numerous international festivals including Transmediale Berlin, Black Maria US, Anima Mundi Brazil, Festival Arcipelgo Italy, Clermont-Ferrand France, Melbourne, Holland, and SIGGRAPH.
His professional experience includes seven years as Associate Director of the Imaging Research Center at UMBC, conducting a seminar series at the Digital Media Center, Brooklyn CUNY, and over fifteen years teaching computer animation, film production, and game art at undergraduate and graduate levels.