Teri Yarbrow, MS, MFA
Teri Yarbrow, MS, MFA is a professor of Immersive Reality at Savannah College of Art and Design,
and President of MagikaVRx, an Immersive Media Company.
Yarbrow is an Emmy and Broadcast Design Association Award-winning Creative Director,
Conceptual Designer and Producer for television, new media, and location-based entertainment
projects. Co-Founder and President of Magika, a Los Angeles based digital design company.
Member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Award winning and internationally
exhibited media and digital artist.
Yarbrow is also the President of MagikaVRx, an immersive media company that creates
transformative experiences for end-of-life and palliative care. MagikaVRx implements immersive
therapy for children and adults, providing therapy for pain management, distraction therapy,
anxiety reduction and quality of life. Educating, organizing, and training students and volunteers.
As a professor at SCAD, Yarbrow helped to create the Immersive Reality degree program, one
of the first AR/VR/XR BFA programs in the country. Savannah College of Art and Design,
(SCAD), is a recognized leader in immersive media, interactive design, game development and
advanced digital media. Yarbrow created the Immersive Therapy - VR for Good Project and
joined forces with Dr. Kathleen Benton of HospiceSavannah, a leading non-profit medical facility
known for innovation and being a leader in the South. The Immersive Therapy - VR for Good
Project has been underway for 2 years. The project has been funded by a grant from the Davis
Foundation, Projects for Peace.