Wesley Alan Ambrose
(M.Arch., 1989) works at Ambrose Farm. He and his wife, Tracy, are the parents of three children and expect a fourth in July.
(M.Arch. and interior design, 1989) is a custom design representative for Taylor Woodrow Communities in Jacksonville, Florida.
(M.F.A., interior design, 1989) is an "everything" person at Window Fashions by Rhonda in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, working on mid-to-upper-end window treatments and interior design.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Winter Park, Florida, and is an elementary art teacher. He wrote, "I am also in graduate school pursuing a M.A in art education (K-12). After twenty years in the advertising and design field, I decided to trade my boredom in the boardroom for the challenges of a classroom. I teach art to over 900 students (kindergarten through fifth grade) at a Title One elementary school. A school is designated as Title One if a high percentage of the students come from low-income families. Teaching art to so many students is extremely challenging but the rewards are endless. A child's natural love and excitement for the arts is something to encourage and nourish. I feel blessed to be part of their creative journey." (updated 09/19/09)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Frisco, Texas, with his wife, Leisa, and their children, Esley (June 1996) and Jense (August 1999). He is creative director for Fox Interactive Media.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) is a candidate for an M.F.A. in illustration from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Tennessee. In addition, she has worked as a freelance illustrator since her graduation from SCAD.
(B.F.A., photography, 1989) is a full time artist. He wrote, "After a 15-year career as a professional photographer, I was finally able to make the transition to being a full-time oil painter. I am well-known for my tonalist landscape paintings. Gallery representation includes, The Munson Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Angler Art in Denver, Colorado."
Rhonda (Carr) Rodengen
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Warminster, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Sergio, and her five children, Elisa (January, 1991), Alexis (September, 1995), Olivia (May, 1998), Katia (May, 2000) and Diego (December 2002). Rondengen is a wife, mom, home-school teacher and homemaker.
Hyley (Carson) Odom
(B.F.A., photography, 1989) lives in Destin, Florida, with her husband, Jay. They are expecting their first child in September 2002.
(B.F.A., interior design, 1989; M.Arch, 1990) lives in Anderson, South Carolina, with his wife, Amy, and is the president of Chapman Design Group Inc., a commercial and residential architectural firm with projects in South Carolina and Georgia. In addition to architecture, Chapman and his wife also own and operate Icon Construction of South Carolina, LLC, a residential development and construction company. Chapman is also involved in his community. He is serving his second four-year term on the Anderson City Council, is the vice president of the Home Builders Association of Anderson and serves on the board of directors for the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce. (updated 05/20/12)
Kelli (Cheshier) Johnson
(B.F.A., interior design, 1989) is the visual arts coordinator for the City of Savannah cultural affairs department. She lives in Savannah, Georgia, with her husband, Chris, and their child, Cheshier (September 2002).
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) wrote, "I lived in Dublin, Ireland, where I achieved London City and Guilds certification for computer design. While in Dublin, I worked two winters as a graphic designer for a small local paper and was involved in a community arts group. Currently I donate my time volunteering as a graphic designer for the Florida Humane Society and Friends of the Boca Raton Library." (updated 11/08/08)
Laura "Jill" Costello
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and wrote, "I will be graduating Spring 2006 with a Master's degree in counseling. I'm currently working my practicum in a hospital mental health unit. Future plans include fulfilling LPC requirements and continuing to work in a medical environment."
Cindy (Crake) Schopmeyer
(B.F.A., interior design, 1989) lives in Tampa, Florida, with her husband, Glenn, and their children, Savannah (May 2001) and Micah (November 2003). Schopmeyer and her husband, Glenn (who attended but did not graduate from SCAD), and own their own printing business. Schopmeyer wrote, "I do the books but, other than that, I am very happy as a stay-at-home mom."
(M.Arch, 1989) has been named U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Headquarters Architect of the Year. (updated 11/30/12)
(B.F.A., photography, 1989) is a freelance camera assistant living in Miami Beach, Florida. He has worked for numerous companies including Paramount Pictures, Warner Brothers, Morgan Creek and Malpaso.
(B.F.A., photography, 1989) is the lead singer/guitarist for the band "go lucky,
" which is based out of Atlanta, Georgia. He recently painted the band's new album cover and is planning a concert in Japan.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Orlando, Florida, with his partner, Steve. Egan is vice president of retail planning and design for Colorvision International Inc., a digital photography company that specializes in photography in the tourist and entertainment industry.
(M.F.A., painting, 1989) and her husband, Tom Sternal, have started the Elkland School Art Center in Todd, North Carolina.
Phil Evans Jr.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) lives in Kenansville, North Carolina., and is owner of Duplin County Screen Printing.
Cathy (Everett) Stieve
(B.F.A., interior design, 1989) wrote, "I worked for the Children's Television Workshop (now called Sesame Workshop) in New York City for several years as director of licensing before leaving to stay at home full-time with my son." Stieve lives in Caldwell, New Jersey., with her husband Bruce Stieve
(M.Arch., 1989) and their son, Ian (February 2001).
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) is a sales associate with Gateway Computers Inc. in Savannah, Georgia. He wrote that he is interested in hearing from any of his old friends from '86-'89.
Tracy (Ferrell) Holloway
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) wrote, "I have recently started my own graphic design studio in Charlotte, North Carolina. H TWO DESIGN is a freelance design studio offering our clients experienced and creative design solutions for your marketing and communication needs. Whether you're looking for someone to assist on a single project or an ongoing relationship, H TWO DESIGN is ready to assist." (updated 10/27/09)
(B.F.A., painting, 1989) lives in Savannah, Geogria, with her husband, Ted, and their children, Elle and Elliott. Fosterwelsh is an adjunct professor for Georgia Southern University.
(M.Arch, 1989) wrote, "Hello fellow alumni. I love living and working in central Florida. It's beautiful and just laid back enough for my speed. We live in a 1960s beach house that has some art deco influence. There are peacocks roaming the grounds at my office that often sit on the planter box and watch me while I'm working on a project and I can watch the space shuttle launchs out of my office window. I have a easy drive to work watching the sunrise along pristine beaches on A1A. I am very involved with our local AIA chapter and The Melbourne Mainstreet program. I was the lead designer of "The Gateway to Historic Downtown Melbourne" structural arch, a monument to the past for future generations to enjoy." (updated 08/24/08)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) wrote, "I currently live in the Orlando, Florida area. Most of my time is devoted to my husband and three young children (Joshua, Eden and John) and I work part time as a designer in a communications department." (updated 08/27/10)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) is an account manager with Computer Tech, a systems integrator in Atlanta, Georgia. He is responsible for sales of Apples and PCs, servers and complete network installations. He married Jennifer VonderBrink in May 1999 and is building a new home in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) lives in Ventura, California, and is national sales and marketing manager for Pindler & Pindler Inc., a wholesale textile distributor specializing in fabrics for the interior design industry.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) is director of graphic communications for Carolina Public Relations/Marketing Inc., a full-service public relations and marketing agency. Holloway lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with his wife, Tracy (Ferrell) Holloway
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989).
Suzenne (Howard) Miller
(B.F.A., interior design, 1989) wrote, "As the appointed public historian, I have submitted my application to be recognized as a registered historian in New York State. Recently, I attended the APHNYS Region 12 held at SUNY Fredonia on March 21, 2009. Living in a small town in western New York, I like to tell people that we are centrally located. We are used to driving an hour to go to either Buffalo, Rochester, or Canandaigua. I look forward to visiting SCAD on April 24-25, 2009." (updated 0/28/09)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) freelances in Atlanta, Georgia, in the field of advertising and design and was included in Print's Regional Annual Design issue.
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 1989) is the historic resources coordinator for the planning board for the City of Winston-Salem. Besides his full-time position with the city, he also conducts a freelance interior design business called LRK3 Originals, which specializes in residential and small business space planning and design.
Penelope "Penny-Saskia" Kramer
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) wrote, "Even though I work in manufacturing I still am able to use my art training in this area. I also freelance and have several shows in the area of pottery and painting. I am also working with my father who makes shaker oval boxes that are sold at Shaker Town Harrodsburg KY. Even though I am not working in graphic design anymore I am still working in areas that I am still able to be creative and to create wonderful things." (updated 04/26/09)
(B.F.A., photography, 1989) earned his M.L.S in library science from the State University of New York at Albany. He lives in Peoria, Illinois, and is an information architect with Caterpillar Inc., the worlds' leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines and industrial gas turbines.
Charlotte (LeBaron) Schoenke
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) lives in Saint Louis, Missouri, with her husband, Shad, and their children, Meredith (January 1996), Everett (March, 1999), and Celeste (august 2001). She wrote, "For the past six years I have been a housewife and stay-at-home mom. I have home-schooled my two older ones for the past two years. We are renovating an approximately 90-year-old home with finished attic which we hope to turn into a studio where we can paint.
(B.F.A., photography, 1989) is the set dresser for NBC's drama "Third Watch." Before that he was the set dresser for ABC's "Spin City" for three years, leaving just before the start of the fourth season. Lillis also works on side projects, having dressed sets for such movies as "The Ice Storm," "First Wives Club," "Daylight " and "Man on the Moon."
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, with her husband, Donald, and their children, Trae (November 1993), Nicholas (October 1997) and Bryce (November 1999).
(B.F.A., interior design, 1989) is an interior designer with American Traditions in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire. She wrote, "After 23 years of being away from college and going through this tough economic time as an interior designer, I have decided to incorporate my interior design skills with marketing. I am currently enrolled as a graduate student at Southern New Hampshire University working on an M.S. in marketing. My goal is to become a marketer for an interior design firm or home furnishings manufacturer and get ready to market to tomorrow's home furnishings consumer. (updated 09/23/12)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) managed the SCAD bookstore for several years while she was at SCAD. She is a preschool teacher with Child Development Services in the Washington, D.C., area. She spends as much time as possible on her boat on the Potomac with her husband, Bob. They will celebrate their 10th anniversary this year.
(B.F.A., graphic design/illustration, 1989) wrote, "After being in Birmingham, Alabama, for several years I went back to Atlanta, Georgia, and begun working with children with special needs and took an interest in art education. After two years of being in Atlanta, I went back to Birmingham and taught for two years. I have now gone back to my true love of graphic design and illustration and am the art director at City Paper Company in Birmingham where I design stationary, wrapping paper, shopping bags and gift boxes. I am a volunteer at the Belle Center for children with special needs on the weekends and special events. (updated 12/13/07)
Wendy (Morris) Chaney
(B.F.A., photography, 1989) lives in Athens, Georgia, with her husband, Kirk, and their daughter, Hana (September 1999). She is a Medicaid outreach specialist for the Department of Human Resources.
David Rush Morrison
(B.F.A., video/film, 1989) lives and works in Los Angeles, California, as a freelance cinematographer. Over the years he has shot six independent features and many music videos for artists including Lenny Kravitz, Heavy D, Wu Tang Clan, The Black Crowes, Plastilina Mosh, Bono/Frank Sinatra and Radiohead. Morrison just completed a short film called "Nature Boy" for Wesley Snipe's company, and shot a show that premiered on the Sci-fi channel called "Into Pitch Black." Morrison also has a film coming out this year called "seejanerun" starring Clea Duvall and produced by Doug Liman, who directed "Swingers" and "Go!." Morrison is married to Amanda, and they have a little girl named Keely.
(M.Arch., 1989) lives in Celebration, Florida, with his wife, Patricia, and their twins, Grafton and Caitlin (November 1996). Mouen is principle of Geoffrey Mouen Architects, Inc.
, a firm that concentrates on traditional architecture and urban design. Their work has been published in several articles and magazines including Traditional-Building Magazine, Builder and Home. Mouen has been an active speaker at the Congress of New Urbanism and is the current director of the Institute for Classical Architecture and Classical America program in Advanced Residential Design for the American Institute of Building Designers.
Nupur Narain (attended SCAD) works for the United Nations and lives in Vienna, Austria, with her husband, Michael, and their children, Liam and Anneke.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) is vice president for eLearning at SCAD. Naylor-Johnson lives in Savannah, Georgia, with his wife, Judy Naylor-Johnson
(B.F.A., fibers, 1990), and their children, Alex (May 1999) and Avery Elizabeth (November 2003).
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Atlanta, Georgia, and is partner at Times 3, a graphic design studio specializing in annual reports, capital campaigns, and collateral, environmental, and interactive design for progressive nonprofit organizations.
Margaret Norton Radford
(B.F.A., painting, 1989) is a fine art painter. She lives in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, with her husband, Kevin Radford
(B.F.A., photography, 1992).
(B.F.A., painting, sculpture, 1989) lives in Woodstock, Georgia, with his wife, Rachna and their children, Raven and Lucas. He also received a Master of Arts degree in clinical art therapy from the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University in 1997. View Pitts' artwork online
Carla (Ponder) Jolley
(B.F.A., fibers, 1989) is an art teacher with both the Mayo Elementary School and Boiling Springs Elementary School. Jolley lives in Spartanburg, South Carolina, with her husband, Chris, and their children, Campbell (December 1997) and Daylan (March 2000).
Amanda (Redd) Reeves
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) is living in Hendersonville, Tennessee, with her husband and three children, Dustin, Tiffany and Jared. She co-pastors the Throneroom Foursquare Church with her husband, where she ministers to women and children.
Kathryn (Sanders) Thaggard
(B.F.A., painting, 1989) is a self-employed artist who paints murals and trompe l'oeil. She lives in Savannah, Georgia, with her husband, Stephan Thaggard.
(M.F.A., historic preservation, 1989) lives in Washington, D.C., and is assistant director of membership marketing for the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
(B.F.A., painting, 1989) lives in Raleigh, N.C., and works as a Wake County case manager for adults with mental illness. She paints in her free time.
Mark Andrew Saulnier
(M.Arch., 1989) established his own practice in 1995 in Wilmington, North Carolina, specializing in architecture with an emphasis in historic preservation. Saulnier currently serves as the vice chairman of The City of Wilmington Planning Commission and the City Subdivision Review Board. He also serves as chairman of the Downtown Area Revitalization Effort Planning Committee.
(B.F.A., painting, 1989) is a self employed artist living in Decatur, Georgia. She has been busy this past year with private commissions, but also shows paintings in the Atlanta/Decatur area. She married film maker/editor Will Fratesi in 2006. View her art online
. (updated 10/06/08)
Freddy "Kyle" Sox
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) wrote, "Earlier this year I purchased a home (built in 1950) in East Atlanta, Georgia. I still work as a freelance illustrator when time permits. I have three dogs and two cats."
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) is a producer for Cartoon Network and lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife, Lori, and their daughter, Sydney (February 1998).
Leslie (Stenhouse) Parker
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Marietta, Georgia, with her husband, Jeff, and their children, Justin (March, 1990), Nolan (December 1999) and Sydney (July 2002). Parker is the visual information specialist for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
(M.Arch., 1989) lives in Caldwell, New Jersey, with his wife, Cathy (Everett) Stieve
(B.F.A., interior design, 1989), and their children, Ian (February 2001) and Charlotte (September 2003). Stieve is partner/principal of Dean Marchetto Architects PC. His firm has recently received three major design awards: an AIA State Design Award for an expansion of their offices in Hoboken, N.J.; a New Jersey Smart Growth Award given for smart planning for a proposed project in Newark, N.J., for a new urbanist transit village located within the downtown center on what is now mostly surface parking. Lastly, a second Smart Growth Award for a proposed project in Jersey City, N.J., for the redevelopment of an abandoned railway embankment that cuts through the city down to the Hudson River waterfront.
(B.F.A., historic preservation and interior design, 1989, M.Arch., 1989) lives in Decatur, Georgia. Sweny is an architect with Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback and Associates Inc., where he is currently the project architect for the CDC's Global Communications Building in Atlanta.
(B.F.A., video, 1989) is a lighting technician and lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife, Kirsten, and their son, Zachary (January 2004).
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) wrote, "I have been with Team Up for over 12 years now, and my role continues to evolve and grow. Working for a small company has allowed me to wear many hats, and no two days are ever the same. As an added bonus, I travel to Hong Kong and China 1-2 times a year to work with suppliers."
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1989) lives in Cartersville, Georgia, with his partner, John. Turner is a marketing director for PeachNet Communications.
Mary Waddell Fletcher
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) is the director of the after school program and day camp for the Augusta Road Baptist Church in South Carolina where she lives with her husband, Matthew.
(M.Arch., 1989) is a project architect with Vitetta-Orlando. He wrote, "Vitetta currently is involved with educational clients for architectural and engineering services in addition to having a security/technology division here in Orlando, Florida, which services a variety of state and federal clients in the U.S. (updated 04/10/09)
(B.F.A., illustration, 1989) lives in Columbia, South Carolina., with his children, Ronni (January 1998) and Heather (June 2000). He is a freelance designer and illustrator.
Beverly (Wilkins) Brown
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 1989) lives in Clermont, Florida, and is an accounting clerk with Gomez Construction Company, a commercial contractor.