Board & Staff

Beth Kerrigan

Interim Executive Director

Kerrigan specializes in leadership transitions and has held interim positions at Carolina Youth Development Center, the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry, Tri-County Cradle-to-Career Collaborative, and the College of Charleston.  She has an MBA degree from Western Carolina University and has been involved in numerous volunteer and philanthropic activities during her time in Charleston.  She and her husband Chris, who is President & CEO of Trident United Way, reside in Mount Pleasant.  They have 3 amazing children.

Greg Colleton

Operations/Creative Director
A native of Charleston, Greg developed a passion for the arts at a young age as a student at the local School of the Arts. In 2004, he attended Winston-State Salem University, where he received a BA in studio arts with a concentration in sculpture. As a student, he was the regional student rep/curator for the 4D Gallery, Dada Center of the Arts, and the university gallery.
Upon graduating, Greg was involved with the Greater Greensboro Commission for the Civil Rights Museum, where his bronze sculpture is permanently displayed. Following college, he moved back to Charleston to pursue his career as an intern at Eye Level Art gallery. With a desire to highlight the gray area of art, Greg and local writer/friend, Elizabeth Bowers started curating with their pop up art concept, Gris Galerie. The two changes locations, artists, medium/entertainment, while trying to bring fresh talent to the city and highlight the local, underrepresented artists. Their goals are to bring about progression and help to change the contemporary art scene in Charleston for the better.

Megan Colier-Bansil

Education and Outreach Coordinator

A South Carolina native, Megan grew up in Columbia, SC before going off to college in the upstate.  Earning her first two degrees in Education (BSc) and Liberal Arts (MLA) from Winthrop University, Megan then began to pursue her visual art studies.  From 2004-2005, she studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City before transferring to the Savannah College of Art & Design in Atlanta, GA where she completed her BFA in Illustration in 2007. Upon graduation, Megan combined her passions for art and education, and began teaching art at the elementary and high school levels while working freelance in the fields of illustration and graphic design.  In 2011, she returned to SC, moving to Charleston. In Charleston, she continued to teach at the elementary, high school, and college levels, while also working to complete her MFA in Illustration with SCAD in 2016.  Her MFA culminated with a thesis show at Redux's own Conolly Gallery in Spring 2016.

Now, with 10+ years of teaching experience behind her, and an SC Certified teacher, "Highly Qualified" in the areas of Early Childhood and Elementary Education (P-5) and Art Education (K-12), also certified in Advanced Placement Studio Art, and an active member of the NAEA, the National Art Education Association, Megan has joined Redux as the Education and Outreach Coordinator.

Daniel Brinkmann

Events Coordinator

Daniel Brinkmann first joined Redux as an intern in January 2016; he graduated from College of Charleston in May 2016. As a dedicated team member, Daniel has made himself indispensable to the Redux family. As the events coordinator, he will coordinate with community members and artists to put on dynamic and engaging events at Redux.


Francis Ervin

Francis Ervin is an attorney at Rogers, Townsend & Thomas, P.C. ( in Charleston, SC. Francis has a B.A. in History from the University of South Carolina, a M.A. in American History from the University of Northern Colorado, and a Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. Francis’s wife, Jennifer Ervin, is a photographer and studio artist at Redux. Francis also serves on the Board of The Sustainability Institute of South Carolina ( located in Charleston. His interests include music, kayaking, motorcycle touring, cooking and a love for the arts.

Jonathan Oakman

Jonathan Oakman is the Director of Business Services for the City of Charleston, SC.  He holds a B.A. in Political Science from Williams College and a Masters in Public Affairs from Princeton University.  He has held positions in both federal and municipal government, and his career experience ranges from economic development to public finance to affordable housing development.  Jonathan lives in Charleston with his wife and 2 children, and his interests include investing, acoustic guitar, watercolor painting, and ultimate frisbee.

Kirsten Moran


Kirsten Moran received her MFA in Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design and her BFA in Painting and BA in Cinema from Binghamton University. Moran’s paintings intuitively explore the history of girls and women from the corporeal, environmental and psychological perspectives. They reflect a journey of our ancient ancestral roots: a matrilineage that connects us all through our bodies, the land, and psyche. Recent solo exhibitions include Ruin at Fahm Hall Gallery in Savannah, GA and Evocation at Atelier Gallery in Charleston, SC.


Christopher Morgan

Vice President
Christopher Morgan is Director of the City of Charleston’s Planning Division, and has worked with the City for over 15 years. He received a BA in Urban Studies from the College of Charleston, with a minor in Art History, and Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has served in Charleston on a number of local boards and committees on issues ranging from historic preservation to the environment. Christopher lives in downtown Charleston with his wife and twin daughters. His interests include the local visual arts scene, photography, and travel.

Buff Ross

Buff Ross founded Alloneword Design to focus his services on museums, artists and other cultural organizations, in addition to commercial clients. Prior to this he served as the Assistant Director and curator for The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art. His life is littered with a rangy collection of other occupations including roofer, painter, associate professor, cook, ship worker, fishmonger, potter’s assistant, archeologist and budding restaurateur.

Jack Alterman

Jack Alterman has been a photographer since 1968 and is an alumni of Brooks Institute of Photography and the University of South Carolina.  In 1980 he opened his studio in Charleston, S.C. specializing  in commercial and fine art photography as well as executive and fine art portraiture. In 2002 he founded the Center for Photography at Alterman Studios to teach the art and craft of photography while personally transitioning to it's rapidly changing technology. Jack's work has appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, Charleston Magazine, National Geographic and Architectural Digest. Books: Cornices of Charleston ~ with Susan Romaine; At Home Charleston ~ with Catherine Forrester; HandBags  ~ with Barbara Hagerty Exhibits:Who Among Us? ~  a multimedia exhibit benefiting The Crisis Ministries ~ City Gallery at Waterfront Park; Bridge Builders ~ Piccolo Spoleto; Cornices of Charleston ~ Center for Photography;Red Right Returning ~ Piccolo Spoleto; Allende! ~ a film and exhibit about San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Palmetto Portrait Project ~ Columbia Museum of Art and Medical University of S.C.  

Stephen Elliott Webb

Studio Artist Representative to the Board

As a fifth generation artist from South Carolina's Lowcountry, and the son of two realist artists, it was natural for Stephen Elliott Webb to start painting coastal scenes, in a realistic style, at an early age. His first watercolor, a seascape, was painted at 10 years of age and sold a week later. He continued this rigid, controlled realism for the next six years, exhibiting in a local gallery and competing in local art festivals. "I yearned to explore a more contemporary style. These ambitions were not encouraged." By age 17, Webb rebelled against the established genre. He left his childhood home in Beaufort, South Carolina and moved to Charleston to join the Impressionist art community, where he was both welcomed and encouraged.

"I developed a liberated, impressionistic style and brought it into the public eye during Piccolo Spoleto 1990 at age 20." Webb was the youngest juried artist to participate in the celebrated Charleston art festival. He sold out in three days. "I was shocked at the acceptance of my work. I was experimenting in uncharted waters." His media had moved from watercolor only, to adding casein and acrylic paints to his formula . This was his first movement towards combining opposing forces to create works of art.

In 1992, Webb moved to Atlanta to study and join the ranks of Abstract Expressionists. Gallery wrapped canvas replaced watercolor paper and his images became fields of different media exploding into each other, repelling and attracting all at once. His process uses the forces of gravity, heat and cold along with a controlled sense of abandon. Within some of his works, you may find a forbidden flaw, an intentional slit or gash allowing the paints to be free, to flow without the hand of the artist obstructing the life of the media.

Webb returned to the Lowcountry and Charleston in 2000. He creates his works in Redux Contemporary Art Center.

Bucky Wall

Bucky Wall is an artist and educator. Originally from Beaufort, he has lived in worked in Sweden, France and the UAE. Bucky has developed educational materials for the Smithsonian Institution, The Holocaust Memorial and the Library of Congress. He has worked for large and small organizations including Microsoft, Computer Sciences Corporation and Benefitfocus, where he founded Benefitfocus University.

Bucky is married to the lovely and talented Jean Wall and has two equally lovely and talented daughters. Small children and animals like him. You would too if you got to know him.

Alan Jackson

Alan was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia. He graduated from the University of Florida, School of Architecture in 1975 and has worked in architectural offices in Savannah, Beaufort, Kiawah Island and Charleston. He has lived in Charleston since 1979. He is a LEED accredited professional architect and formerly a partner in the architecture firm McKellar & Associates. He has a studio at Redux and divides his time between art and architecture. 

He has an interest in abstract expressionism and minimalist artwork. His artistic efforts have developed out of an interest in deconstructing architectural drafting and rendering techniques and reassembling them into simply composed and precisely rendered non-representational works that contain elements of both drafting and painting. 

His work has been shown at the Corrigan Gallery, Mitchell Hill Gallery, Charleston Arts Festival, The Venue Inn, Jericho Arts and the Piccolo Spoleto Juried Art Show at the City Waterfront Gallery he recently collaborated with Hirona Matsuda on "Wall Line 2" a site specific installation at ArtFields in Lake City. He is represented by The George Gallery. 

Alan lives with his wife in Mt Pleasant. 

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