(B.F.A., graphic design, 1993) lives in New Haven, Conn., with his wife, Pattie Belle Hastings
(B.F.A., 1984), and their daughter, August (October 1998). He is owner of his own design firm, Kehouse Design.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1993) lives in Franklin, Tenn., with his wife, Christine. He works for General Motors as a local union artist and designer.
Jessica (Belkov) Gordon
wrote, "We have traveled up and down the East coast and immersed ourselves in many different art scenes. We are back in Atlanta, Georgia, and happy to be! The city has changed so much in the past 10 years and I look forward to bringing my work to the South. I've gone on to study environmental color psychology with IACC-NA. I am in the midst of a body of work that combines traditional body arts, environmental color and painting on canvas/board. I married my husband, Alex, about six months after graduating from ACA, and we added Everett to our family in April 2005. We are following our bliss and enjoying life!" (updated 03/09/11)
Sharline F. Bramucci
( B.F.A., animation, 2000) wrote, " I finally made Atlanta my permanent place of residence with the purchase of my home in East Point. I've been working at Georgia State as a Web Specialist for the College of Business and have just recently accepted a positon at Moxie in midtown as a Web Developer." Visit (www.moxieinteractive.com).
(B.F.A., communication design, 1996) lives in Carrollton, Ga., and is an educator with the Carrollton City Schools, a city councilman with the City of Carrollton, and a fine artist.
(B.F.A., film/video, 1992) lives in Nashville, Tenn., and is store manager of Blue Ridge Mountain Sports (www.brmsstore.com
), an outdoor outfitter.
Jennifer (Cauchon) Germain
(B.F.A., graphic design,1996) lives in Marietta, GA with her husband, Ron. She is the owner of Red Hair Girl Designs, Inc.
(B.F.A., printmaking and painting, 1991) lives in Clarkston, Georgia, with her husband, artist Alvaro Alvillar, and their two children. Jennifer is represented by Emily Amy Gallery. (updated 04/07/11)
(B.F.A., photography, 2000) is the CEO of Columbus Cook Studios Inc.
, a company that provides design visioneering services to high-end real estate developers, architectural and interior design firms.
(B.F.A., painting, 1997) lives in New York, NY, with her husband, Carl, and daughters, Deborah (August 2005) and Ruth (May 2007). (updated 02/13/09)
(B.F.A., 1991) lives in Norcross, Ga., with his wife, Brenda. He is a self-employed motion picture location manager and scout.
(B.F.A., studio art, 1991) lives in Decatur, Ga., with his wife, Holly, and their son Harrison (July 1996). He is director of communication for the Marist School, a private high school.
(B.F.A., photography, 1994) lives in Jefferson, Ga., and provides point of sale hardware and software sales support for Retail Data Systems (www.retaildatasystems.com
(B.F.A., painting and printmaking, 1994) lives in Los Angeles, Calif., with her husband, Matthew. She is assistant collections manager for the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History. She is currently represented by Solomon Projects in Atlanta, Ga., at www.solomonprojects.com
. View her personal Web site at www.wendygiven.com
. Her main occupation continues to be the production of her artwork.
(B.F.A., photography, 1992) had his third graphic novel published in 2010, Family Bones Volume 2. The true crime book received much praise from critics. His next graphic novel, Gene Gardens is scheduled to come out in late 2011. (updated 12/21/11)
(photography & sculpture, 2000) lives in Atlanta, Ga., and is a freelance photographer specializing in product, portrait, fashion and virtual reality.
(B.F.A., photography, 2000) lives in Lexington, N.C., and is a graphic designer and project manager for the Packaging Corporation of America. She also works as a photographer on weekends shooting weddings. She wrote, "I worked for a photography studio in High Point, N.C., for two years and then moved on to graphic design full-time."
(B.F.A., computer graphics, 1997) lives in Smyrna, Ga., and is a full-time creative specialist for Eyewonder (www.eyewonder.com
), a Web advertising agency. In the evenings she also does project management and Web development for her own multimedia and development LLC.
(B.F.A., painting, 1999) wrote, "Three series of my paintings were sold on commission earlier this year for the Atlanta restaurant, Bone Garden Cantina, which is owned by the same owner as the Vortex. (updated 11/13/08)
Alexis (Horlbeck) Sullivan
(B.F.A., communication arts and graphic design, 1996) lives in Suwanee, Ga., with her husband, Trey, and their daughter, Chloe (April 2006). She is a freelance graphic designer and art director.
(B.F.A., graphic design and illustration, 1994) lives in Omaha, Nebraska and is a senior graphic artist for International Gamco, Inc. (www.intlgamco.com
) a worldwide manufacturer of charitable and promotional games.
Soo Young Hwang
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2000) lives in Seoul, Korea and is currently seeking a position as a designer.
(B.F.A., drawing and electronic arts, 1994) wrote, "I have been working in CG animation for over 15 years now for feature film, TV, music videos, ride films, games, and commercials. My specialty is character and creature animation and I love the challenge of moving back and forth amongst the "sweet and endearing" and the "evil and deadly." My strengths are pre-visualization (on set for the shoot or in production), early development of motion and character personalities, leadership and mentoring of animation teams, character and creature animation, and studio pipeline consulting/organization of shows on film, games and commercial.
As a character animator for feature film, my credits include; VES award winning "Stuart Little 2", the three-time Oscar-winning "Pan's Labyrinth", "XMEN 2", "Stealth", "National Treasure 1 & 2", "Zoom", "The Cave", "Scooby Doo 2", "Garfield" and "Freddy vs. Jason". My commercial work was also nominated for numerous awards including the Amp Energy drink spot - "Paper Men," which won Digital Domain a Bronze Clio and is nominated for VES award for Outstanding Character Animation. As an animator for games, I worked at Oddworld Inhabitants on 22 minutes of gorgeous cinematics for both "Abe's Exoddus" and "Munch's Oddysee". I also led teams on several AAA PS2 games for CAPCOM Japan and Angel Studios/Rockstar Games including: "Read Dead Revolver", "Dino Crises 3", "Oni 2 Prototypes", "TRW Surf", "Smuggler's Run", "Off-Road" and "Midnight Run". In addition, I have consulted shows, both big and small. Everyone needs a little help with the challenges that production brings. From pipeline structures for feature films with Disney; to studio structures, team building and implementations at the commercial boutique Motion Theory; and finally, refining the character toolset at Side Effects for Houdini v9 software in Toronto. Over the years, I have advised many studios towards successful animation production and technology.
I have written three books on animation, the most recent and popular being "Thinking Animation: Bridging the Gap Between 2D and CG". I have also taught at several institutions in the Los Angeles area and serve on the advisory board for the LA Film School. I live at the beach in Venice, Calif. where I spend my spare time painting in oil on very large canvases. (updated 11/02/08)
(B.F.A., photography, 1993) moved to Brooklyn, New York, in 1999. After a decade of working as a darkroom technician printing for commercial and fine art photographers he transitioned into the digital realm. Currently he works as a freelance digital retoucher. (updated 05/23/11)
Mary Eadon (Lawson) Robinson
(B.F.A., computer art, 1995) began her career as a designer creating advertising print material for several retail outlets in the Atlanta area while attending the Atlanta College of Art. This work could be seen in such publication as Creative Loafing, UR, Southern Voice, and INK Nineteen magazines. After a few years of freelance design work, she was hired by the graphics department at Todd-AO/Editworks in 1995 where she met David, her future husband. While at Editworks, she was responsible for creating art work and paintbox type of material for broadcast television and corporate videos. She worked closely with clients preparing incoming materials to be used by the graphics department and editing suites. She was also responsible for producing work with an animation stand which greatly enhanced her knowledge of video composition and the operation of video equipment. One of her favorite projects with the animation stand was a Turner Classic Movie documentary.about the movie Ben Hur. Clients that Robinson worked with included J. Walter Thompson, TCM, TBS, TNT, WCW and LaFace Records. While at Editworks she also continued to do print design, contributing to and completing layout of Editworks' marketing materials.
After leaving Editworks, Robinson started her own design company, Robinson Design. Some of her new work and clients included creating in stadium jumbotron graphics for Auburn University Football, in show graphics for WCW Monday Night Nitro and creating logos and identity packages for several film production companies, including Fireside Films, Storyville Pictures and Sedna Films. In recent years Mary Eadon's work has been focused towards music and outdoor advertising. She has designed and created CD packages, flyers and advertisements (featured in Bluegrass Unlimited and Bluegrass Now) for several independent musicians and music festivals. Her layout and design work for Eyeball Media and Adason Media has been the advertising centerpiece of several pay shelters, shuttle services, airport terminals and trash receptacles in metro Atlanta. (updated 09/18/08)
(B.F.A., computer art, 1998) lives in Shinagawa-ku/Tokyo, Japan with his wife, Kumiko, and their daughter, Tamami (September 2003). He is a Director and Web Producer in charge of new business and development for Amanaimages, Inc. (www.amanaimages.com
Ryan D. Lee
( B.F.A., digital media, 2000) wrote, " While working as a web designer I am also pursuing life as a fine art photographer, You can see my work online at www.ryandlee.com
(B.F.A., advertising design, 1999) wrote, "After living in New York City for seven years and working at various ad agencies, I moved to Florida to live on the beach with my fiance. I work at Tampa's largest ad agency as a creative while pursuing a separate career in photography." (updated 01/22/09)
Francesco "Frankie" Loscavio
(B.F.A., broadcast design and motion graphics, 2000) lives in Smyrna, GA, with his wife, Kellie. He is a flash developer/flash designer/graphic designer for Loscavio Media LLC. (www.loscaviomedia.com
) Frankie wrote, "With next generation application designs and all forms of graphic design, Loscavio Media offers a comprehesive array of skills and services that meets your ever changing and increasingly demanding needs. Dedicated to giving you the most interactive and dynamically rich media experience possible, Loscavio Media works with you every step of the way insuring that you get exactly what your vision entails."
Nancy "Diane" Low
(B.F.A., illustration, 1992) wrote, "I live in Missouri with my husband, Jim. I work as a web course developer in education technology for the State of Missouri-Judicial branch of government. I develop technical and soft skill courses using Macromedia products/Authorware, Captivate as well as Photoshop."
Clauetta "Sabrina" Mallard
(B.F.A., illustration, 1995) lives in Jackson, MI.
(B.F.A., multi-media, 1999) lives in Pearland, Texas, with his wife, Michelle, and son, Carson (March 2006). He is creative director for the Web with Herring Design (www.herringdesign.com
Stephanne (McWhorter) Rosenblum
(B.F.A., digital multimedia, 1998) lives with her husband, James, in Sanford, Florida. (www.portfoliopreserve.com
Tracy Midulla Reller
(B.F.A., printmaking and sculpture, 1997) wrote, "I am teaching full-time at HCC in Tampa, Florida and running an artist collective, art, with 2 locations (alt. art venues). I am married and have a 4 year old daughter." Visit www.five-art.com
, or www.tracymidulla.com
(B.F.A., sculpture and photography, 1998) lives in Marietta, Ga., and is the owner of Dagazstudio (www.dagazstudio.com
(B.F.A., painting and computer art, 1997), lives in Atlanta, Ga. and is the CEO of DiamondLounge Creative (www.diamondloungecreative.com
), a design agency. View his work at www.fahamupecouart.com
(B.F.A., photography, 1991) lives in Aalst, Belgium, with her partner, Thomas. She is a self-employed photographer and artist. View her work at www.tamararafkin.com
(B.F.A., photography, 1998) lives in Lilburn, Ga., with her husband, Scott, and daughter, Mila (September 2005). She is a teacher with Crabapple Academy.
(B.F.A., photography, 1994) lives with her partner, Luis Vazquez, in Tuxpan, Mexico where she is the owner and builder of a small furniture and cabinetry shop. She wrote, "I moved to Mexico in 2006 and have been running a small carpinteria here for the past six months. We design and build cabinetry and furniture for local customers. Education is a huge part of this as the trade down here is very basic. We are incorporating technology from the states into our pieces so locals can see that there are more and better options in furniture. I have a website at (www.chayacate.blogspot.com
Angela (Roberts) Yadid
(B.F.A., digital multimedia, 2000) lives in Atlanta, Ga., with her husband, Boaz, and their children, Gabrielle (February 1997) and Joseph (January 2002). She is a freelance graphic designer.
William "Bill" Santry
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1991) wrote, "Currently I'm running my own design firm, and was just notified that one of my social marketing campaigns was selected by Graphis, the International Journal of Design Communication, for their book "100 Best In Advertising 2011" to be released this fall. I'm married with three kids and living in Arlington, Va. I look forward to staying in touch with SCAD." (updated 07/08/10)
(B.F.A., computer art, video, 1998) is a freelance designer. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with her husband, Peter.
(B.F.A., painting, 1994) has shows March 28 to May 5 at the Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta and Los Angeles.
Mishael (Sheppard) Lake
( B.F.A., interior design, 1999) lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia with her husband, Derrick, and her son, Roman (March 2006). Mishael is an interior designer with Spacecraft International (www.spacecraftintl.com).
(B.F.A., drawing, 1992) wrote, "In '05 after all the craziness of hurricanes and family issues, I relocated from Florida to South Carolina. I am working by commissions in stained glass and portraits. The fun part of being an artist in the Greenville area is the networking and a few of us formed a string/o'timey band called 'The Fine Art Ramblers' and play occasional local venues. I play an old '41 upright bass." Visit www.luminousjourney.com.
(B.F.A. communication design, 1993) lives in Stone Mountain, Ga., and is a firefighter and EMT for Dekalb County.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1991) wrote, "I am currently living and working in Germany as a media "Profi". The job itself covers everything from Web site design to print to photography to video and motion. It is interesting work, as I like to say I get to go to exotic places, meet interesting people, and 'shoot' them. One of the best parts of it all is meeting the fascinating people of Western Europe (oh, and learning how to say "hello, may I make a photo?" in so many languages). We have been in Germany since January 2006 and will be returning to the States in 2010 ... maybe we'll end up back in Richmond, VA, who knows." (updated 05/21/09)
(B.F.A., independent study, 1991) lives in Marietta, Ga., with her husband, Robert. They have two children.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1995) lives in Birmingham, Ala., with his wife, Becky.
(B.F.A., interior design, 1993) lives in Douglasville, Ga., with her husband, Shard. She is an interior designer with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Cassie (Windham) Phillips
(B.F.A., interior design, 1995) lives in Atlanta, Ga., with her husband, Andrew Phillips
(B.F.A., sculpture, 1994). She is a project designer for Perkins + Will, an architecture and interior design firm.
(B.F.A., communication design, 1992) lives in Lawrenceville, Ga., with his wife, Stephanie, and their children, Tre', Sofie and Selma. He is president and owner of Stimulus Inc., an independent film production company. He is producing/directing his first feature, "Grilling Bobby Hicks," due out Spring 2007. He co-wrote the award-winning script with production partner, Shannon Cruey. Visit www.stimulusfilms.com