(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) lives in Tampa, Florida, and is a creative artist with Vanity Fair Imagewear.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) is an art director at Presentations South, a full-service design agency involving tradeshow and museum exhibitions. Alti is responsible for graphic design, conventional and electronic illustration, and graphic production scheduling.
Jamie (Anlauf) Massey
(B.F.A., interior design, 1990) lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, C. Knox Massey III, and their children, Knox (March 2001) and Lilly (March 2004). Massey is the owner/principal designer of Massey Studio Inc., a residential interior design company. She wrote, "Massey Studio is based on the fashionable westside of Atlanta, close to the new SCAD campus!"
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Tampa, Florida, and is the area training manager for Godiva Chocolatier Inc. Ashworth trains store managers and staff members on company operations and sales.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) works as a consultant focusing on matching her client's business needs with long-term marketing and design strategies. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur since 2000, Dawn has taught for eight years at several colleges: Emerson College, Marlboro College's Graduate Program and at the New England Institute of Art. After living in Boston, Massachusetts, for 11 years, Barnhart has recently relocated to Denver, Colorado.
(B.F.A., painting and graphic design, 1990) is certified to teach K-12 in both New York and Florida. Currently she is an art teacher with Sandhill Elementary in Haines City, Florida. Becker-Fitzgerald lives in Winter Haven, Florida, with her husband, Raymond, and her children, Corvus (October 1998) and Telum (October 2001). Becker-Fitzgerald and her husband continue to run their nonprofit organization, Second Life Bikes
, which is located in Rochester, New York. They collect, fix and give away bikes to inner city children that come from disadvantaged homes. In April 2005 they received the Jefferson Award for Public Services for their work with Second Life Bikes.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) is a self-employed designer living in Decatur, Georgia. Beebe said that in between gardening and playing with her dogs, she designs communications pieces for a variety of clients, including BellSouth, American Express and the American Heart Association, to name a few.
Mary (Beggs) Bosley
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) wrote, "I started my own company teaching art to children ages 4-14.We do a variety of artwork from direct line drawing lessons to pieces inspired by the greats: Picasso, Van Gogh, and Miro. You can see the childrens' work on my blog
." (updated 09/03/10)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) is a partner in Bishop Bishop Design in Winnipeg, Canada. Bishop Bishop is a small studio specializing in identity and promotional print projects, multimedia and web services.
(B.F.A., painting and illustration, 1990) has been a show production designer for Walt Disney Imagineering for six years. She recently left to pursue her life-long goal of becoming a book illustrator. Bullock-Vitale lives in Maitland, Florida, with her husband, Joseph.
(M.F.A., video, 1990) lives in Norris, Tennessee, and is an educational video producer with the University of Tennessee. Cann writes and produces videos and multimedia productions and is executive producer for "At Home in Tennessee," a half-hour monthly television program broadcast on public television in East Tennessee.
(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)
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) wrote, "I have relocated to Boston, Massachusetts, and work remotely via web cams." View his website online
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in Cleveland, Ohio, and is vice president of Aspire Auctions, an online auction house specializing in fine art and antiques.
Kimberly (Cooper) Coles
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, with her husband, James, and their son, Liam. Coles is the senior interactive art director for Finelight, a strategic marketing firm, full-service advertising agency, and Web development firm. Coles is also owner of Sully's Design Studio, where she designs and creates one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, ornaments, paintings and children's furniture.
Stephanie (Mealor) Corder
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) is an art teacher with AZ Academy. She lives in Christiansted, Virgin Islands, with her husband, William, and their children, Caroline (March 1994), Emmy (December 1995) and Garrett (August 1999).
(M.F.A., illustration, 1990) manages the interactive department for the Graphic Intelligence Agency. Couts lives in New Philadelphia, Ohio, with his wife, Cindi, and their son, Alex.
Lisa (Crow) Ruggles
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in Leesburg, Virginia, and is the director of field research for CoStar Group Inc., an international commercial real estate information company.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) is graphics editor/director for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where he oversees the production of illustrations and graphics for the news side of the paper. Dabrowa lives in Acworth, Georgia, with his wife, Pamela.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) is the owner of an art gallery in Peoria, Illinois.
(M.F.A., painting, 1990) lives in Savannah, Georgia, with his wife, Angela Burson
(B.F.A., painting, 1991), and their children Granger (January 1997) and Penelope (December 2000). He is a painting professor at the SCAD.
(B.F.A., painting, 1990) works in Austin, Texas, as an independent contractor to interior designers and architects for faux finishes, wall glazing, murals and custom fabrics.
Michelle "Meche" Farah
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) wrote, "My kindergarten students' art from Woodland Acres Elementary was selected "best in grade level" at the 2006-2007 Duval County Best of Elementary show. My fifth grade students' art from Pine Estates Elementary was selected for exhibition at the same Duval County Best of Elementary show."
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) is a freelance artist living in Columbia, South Carolina.
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 1990) is the planning director for the Southwest Georgia Regional Development Center, a regional planning agency that serves 58 local governments in southwest Georgia. Forgey lives in Thomasville, Georiga, with his wife, Melissa.
(M.Arch., 1990) lives in Tybee Island, Georgia, and is self-employed designing custom homes, retail stores and corporate interiors. Godwin is also a board member of the Tybee Island Historic Review Commission.
(B.F.A., video/film, 1990) wrote, "I'm a singer/songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee, and currently finishing my second album. I am also shopping publishers for my first novel, 'Heaven Chase.'"
(B.F.A., painting, 1990) lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is employed by Scholastic Inc., a publisher of children's books and magazines as an associate art director. At Scholastic, Grundon undertakes the art direction for Junior Scholastic magazine.
Rachel "Jocelyn" (Hambrick) Collins
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) wrote, "After getting married and raising our three wonderful children, I planned on going to graduate school and working towards my masters degree in art history, which was my minor at SCAD. After that I hoped to teach art history at the college level. My husband's job has taken our family from North Carolina to Tennessee, to Texas (three times) and back to Tennessee, again. We have lived in the Memphis area since 1999, with the exception of one year when we briefly lived in Texas. In 2005 I was given the opportunity to teach fourth grade at Westminster Academy, a classical school in Memphis. When our longtime upper school art teacher resigned and moved out of state, he recommended me to be his replacement, and now I have the pleasure of beginning each day teaching high school seniors art history every Monday and studio art during the rest of the week; I teach grades 7-10 once a week. When I was in school at SCAD I had a completely different plan mapped out for myself that included living in New York and writing childrens' books in addition to teaching, but I couldn't be happier with the way my life has turned out. My education at SCAD was invaluable and I find myself referring back on a daily basis to things that I learned from professors such as Roland Wolfe and Steven Myers, and I am now able to share the wisdom and skills that I gleaned from their expertise with my own students. The most exciting thing for me, though, is that one of the seniors I teach this year is planning on going to SCAD when she graduates in May, and hopes to major in fiber arts!" (updated 09/19/08)
(B.F.A., historic preservation, M.Arch, 1990) is the area vice president for product development for Pulte Home Corporation. Harris lives in Granite Bay, California, with his wife, Robyn (Roscini) Harris
(M.Arch., 1991), and their children, Connor (February 2001) and Tylor (April 2004).
Audrey May Hart
(M.F.A., graphic design, 1990) works for Oshkosh B'Gosh in Appleton, Wisconsin, as a designer.
Lisa (Hathaway) Carey
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) wrote, " A year ago my husband, Mike, and three children, Megan, Bryan and Sean, relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina from Michigan." (updated 09/14/08)
(M.F.A., painting, 1990) lives in Pipe Creek, Texas, with his wife, Helena. He wrote, "I have been teaching ever since graduating from SCAD with an M.F.A. in 1990. I have just recently received a full-time, tenure-track position at Northwest Vista College, where I teach painting and drawing."
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 1990) earned a Master's in occupational therapy from Texas Women's University in 1996, and is employed by Vencor Albuquerque Hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as a staff therapist.
Julie (Koeppen) Warner
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) is a production coordinator for TBS Image Management Inc. She lives in Clarkston, Georiga, with her husband, H.C., and their two dogs, Cleo and Lula.
(M.Arch., 1990) lives in Springfield, Oregon, with his wife, Simona Boren, and their sons, Jeremy (February 1999) and Jack (September 2000).
Katherine "Kat" Lemmer
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) recently joined Burton Snowboards as the print production manager. (posted 0711/08)
(M.Arch., 1990) lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Molly, and their children, Wesley (September 1990), Claudia (February 2002) and Cooper (December 2003). Linkey is an associate and project architect with Lewis & Associates Architects, an architecture firm that works in a variety of fields including educational, retirement, commercial and residential architecture.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) works for The Journal, a weekly newspaper and printer in Williamston, South Carolina. In addition to doing graphic layout, typesetting and pre-press, Michael has also been a sports photographer for the company since 2004 covering mostly high school sports and some college sports. View his website at online
. (updated 11/18/09)
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 1990) wrote, "Even though I do not work in my field, I have been a volunteer for the City of Rochester Preservation Board for the last 15 years." (updated 01/19/11)
Eleanor (McClendon) Bond
(M.F.A., interior design, 1990) lives in Dallas, Texas, and is owner/designer of Eaton Interiors
, where she works on commercial and residential projects. (updated 08/25/10)
(B.F.A., video, 1990) is a self-employed writer/director. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Romy, and his daughter, Maya (April 1998).
(M.Arch., 1990) wrote, "I recently joined Skidmore, Owings and Merrill as a project manager and relocated to San Francisco, California"
(M.Arch., 1990) lives in Hilton Head, South Carolina, and is owner of A.L. Miller Architects, a one-person firm that specializes in commercial and residential design.
Kim (Neunlist) Dunkelberger
(M.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Marietta, Georgia, with her husband, Karl. She was promoted to the position of art director with Benchmark Brands Inc., where, along with another art director, she designs FootSmart, their monthly catalog, and oversees the production of three graphic designers.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) lives in Savannah, Georgia, and is interactive designer/art director at SCAD.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) lives in Orlando, Florida, with his wife, Barbara, and their daughter, Brandy. Parham is a self-employed freelance illustrator. He wrote, "My company, Caricature Connection, provides caricature artists, face painters, airbrush tattoo artists, and hair wrappers to theme parks and tourist hotels in Georgia and Florida. Through my freelance illustration agency, www.KeelanParham.com
, I provide cartoon illustrations to magazines and corporate and private clients around the world. I am the author of the book "Let's Toon Caricatures," available in bookstores nationwide, and am the president of the National Caricaturist Network. I am also a member of the National Cartoonist Society."
(B.F.A., photography, 1992) wrote, "In May 2007, I earned my second Master's degree, a M.Ed in Special Education and completed all the requirements for my clear renewable Georgia teaching certificate- Level T-5. This is my third year teaching at the elementary arts magnet in Savannah, Georgia. I received my first Master's degree in publication design from the University of Baltimore in 1995."
Shawndra (Pepper) McLeod
(B.F.A., fibers, 1990) is self-employed and opened Roomscapes Inc., a gallery and decorative arts center, on September 1, 2000, in Old Towne Woodstock, Georgia. She will consign the work of local and regional artists and sell her own paintings and hand-painted furniture. McLeod lives in Woodstock, Ga., with her husband, Richard, and her son, Ian (August 1998).
(M.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Shelton, Connecticut, and is assistant dean for the High School of Graphic Communication Arts in New York City.
(B.F.A., interior design, 1990) lives in Baltimore, Maryland, with his wife, Marigan, and their son, Paz (April 2005). Posada is an associate and a senior health care planner for Ellerbe Becket, Inc in Washington, D.C. (updated 03/27/09)
Crawford "Corky" Pratt
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) wrote, "After several years working as a set designer and technical director, I came across an opportunity to explore a new career in photographic art direction. I am currently employed by Pure Red Creative, an advertising and print company with multiple locations throughout the United States. As the art director in our Atlanta, Georgia, facility, I oversee projects for clients that include Kohls, Steinmart, Rohls, Bed Bath and Beyond, Kids 11, Creative Converting, Lowes, Mudpie, Dollar General, and S P Richards. I currently live in Decatur, Georgia, with my wife, Julie Douglas, and my beautiful daughter, Sadie Beatrice Pratt." (updated 12/16/10)
(B.F.A., video, 1990) lives in New York City and is senior director/producer of Tour Design Creative, a film and video production company for the music industry.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Vidalia, Georiga, with his wife, Lorna. He is the owner of Jiffy Job Print and Copy, a printing and graphics firm that he started in 1995 that now includes a staff of three employees.
(M.F.A., painting, 1990) lives in Delray Beach, Florida, where he is creative director of BLUKID design and also a patissier (pastry chef) for Canyon.
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in Leesburg, Virginia, and is a field research operations manager for CoStar Group, an international Web-based commercial real estate information provider.
(M.F.A., illustration, 1990) lives in Lakeland, Florida, with her son, Dedrick (April 2003). She is a page designer for The Ledger, a newspaper that services Polk County, Florida.
(M.F.A., illustration, 1990) is the creative director for Doggett Advertising, a full-service advertising agency. He lives in Hickory, North Carolina, with his wife, Gina.
Melissa Simmons Hanna
(B.F.A., interior design, 1990) is design manager for Total Office Interiors, a large furniture dealer and preferred Haworth dealer. Simmons Hanna supervises four senior designers and two junior designers. She lives in Burtonsville, Maryland, with her children, John (December 1996) and Payton (November 1998).
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) works in Atlanta, Georgia, as the senior art director for answerthink, a web development and consulting company. Sizemore and his wife, Joan Cragin Sizemore
(B.F.A., interior design, 1992), live in Marietta, Georgia.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) is marketing director at Terminix Management Services in Greensboro, North Carolina. She is also a business specialist with Apple, Inc. Retail Business Team Division. (updated 08/25/11)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) is an instructional design specialist and instructor at Trident Technical College. Smith lives in Summerville, South Carolina, with her husband, Russell.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in West Windsor, New Jersey, with her husband, Eric, and their children, Helaina (February 1996) and Emily (July 1998). Sohn is the director of operations and communications for the Colorectal Cancer Coalition.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) wrote, "In addition to being the creative director for a New England-based financial services company, I am an international award-winning travel photographer and designer who has captured unique places and moments in time. My work has been exhibited at many galleries and shows. I also enjoy taking dance classes and voice lessons and am always looking forward to the next art project."
Susan (Specht) Beaupre
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) wrote, "After graduation, I was employed as a product designer. I have been working as a silversmith for the past ten years and am represented by galleries in Wyoming, Colorado and Alaska. I am currently living in Alaska after residing in Colorado for seven years." (updated 06/16/10)
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in Wilton Manors, Florida, and is automation supervisor for Ultimate Software Group Inc.
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in Hot Springs, Arkansas, with her husband, Troy, and their children, Emily (May 1991), Jacob (May 1993), Victoria (September 1995) and Leah (August 1997).
Barbara (Swinson) Moulton
(B.F.A.,video/film, 1990) lives in Savannah, Georgia, and is a senior advertising assistant with Morris Multimedia Corp.
Lorraine (Taylor) Dahlinger
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Los Angeles, California, and is vice president of creative for Lunchbox, a full-service agency specializing in providing cutting-edge content for the broadcast, film, production, print, online and environmental mediums.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Edmonton, Canada, and is enrolled in at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, where he is learning database programming.
Lisa (Teresi) Craig
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 1990) wrote, "Over the past four years, I've had a great experience working in historic property redevelopment at the US Air Force Academy, Pearl Harbor and the Old Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. Now, after remarrying and settling on the Cheasapeake outside of Annapolis, Maryland, I'm honored to have been selected as only the third head of the historic preservation office for the City of Annapolis. I am proud to say I've worked in my field since the day I graduated and credit SCAD for giving me the well-round education I needed to remain successful and viable in the preservation field for the past 20 years." (updated 03/15/11)
(B.F.A., fibers, 1990) is the project administrative assistant for Bechtel Engineering. She recently returned to Nashville, Tennessee, after graduating from paralegal school. She has traveled a great deal and is thinking about returning to school for a Master's degree in architectural engineering. She wrote that she is "loving life and all of its adventures."
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) is the layout specialist and graphic artist for The Post and Courier, a local newspaper company in Charleston, South Carolina. Turner lives in North Charleston with his wife, Lashawn.
(B.F.A. painting, 1990) earned an M.S. in social work from the University of Louisville. She is now crisis counselor L.C.S.W. for the Colonial Services Board, where she provides crisis/emergency counseling services in the emergency care center of Williamsburg's community hospital. Turpin-Ghosh lives in Toano, Virginia, with her husband, Guruprasad, and their children, Solomon (September 1999) and Olympia (February 2001).
(B.F.A., interior design, 1990) works as an interior designer and project manager for Kelley Design, Inc. in Hilton Head, South Carolina. He wrote, "I am also a special contributing columnist for The Island Packet, Hilton Head's newspaper. I write a monthly column highlighting current design trends, trips to trade shows and markets, interactions with clients, etc." (updated 09/19/08)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Brisbane, Australia, and is a graphic designer/computer finishing artist for DDB Needham Advertising. The agency's clients include Channel 9 TV, McDonald's, Golden Casket Lottery Corporation and Oz Lotto, among others.
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in Savannah, Georgia, and is a self-employed freelance photographer.
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 1990) is a conservation planner for the Georgia Land Trust. She lives in Savannah, Georgia, with her husband, James, and their children, Scarlett (March 1989) and Sophia (March 1998).
Vicki (Warren) Soulnier
(B.F.A., architectural history, 1990) is a designer with the Ethan Allen Corporation. She lives in Wilmington, N.C., with her husband, Mark Saulnier
(M.Arch., 1989) and their son, JR Warren (January 1980).
Jon K. Watson Jr
. (M.Arch., 1990) lives in Hickory, North Carolina, and is an instructor of Architectural Technology at Catawba Valley Community College. Jon has a daughter, Morgan (1999) and a son, Connor (2000).
(B.F.A., painting and photography, 1990) lives in New York City and is a broadcast producer with Euro/RSCG Worldwide, a global network of advertising agencies.
(B.F.A., interior design, 1990) is a commercial interior designer with Storey Kenworth Company, a Steelcase dealership in Des Moines, Iowa.
(M.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, with his wife and son. He is program manager of photography and digital imaging for Manatee Community College.
Judi (Weiler) Sohn
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1990) lives in Princeton Junction, New Jersey, with her husband, Eric, and their children, Helaina (February 1996) and Emily (July 1998). Sohn has her own graphic design business, Mom at Home Design, and her clients range from sole proprietors to medium-sized businesses and national nonprofit organizations.
(B.F.A., photography, 1990) lives in Boca Raton, Florida, with his wife, Nicole, and their son, Cody (September 2004). He is the president and owner of KNC Incorporated, where he does consulting work, investor relations and equity financing.
(B.F.A., illustration, 1990) is currently painting and teaching at Ashgar Studios
and showing in fine art venues. (updated 08/20/08)
Work by Kimberly (Williams) Howes
(B.F.A., graphic design and illustration, 1990; M.F.A., graphic design, 2003) has been shown regionally and nationally and she has judged academic and advertising design competitions across the country. Her design work places conceptual emphasis on the aesthetic beauty and importance of typography within the vast realm of visual communication. Kim is the owner and creative director of Oracle8Design in Cincinnati, Ohio. Oracle8Design's portfolio for the company is a diverse collection of print collateral, digital design, photography, web and multimedia projects. Oracle8Design's most noteworthy client is Prince/NPG Records, having designed CD art, house party banners and other memorabilia for Prince. Prior to opening her own design studio, Howes was creative director of the books division at F+W Publications, the major publisher for PRINT and HOW Magazines and HOW Books. Howes also created and taught award-winning communication arts, graphic design and photography programs for Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, North Carolina, where she served as assistant professor of communication arts and Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she served as assistant professor of graphic design and photography from 2001-2006. (updated 06/08/12)
(B.F.A., video, 1990) lives in Douglasville, Geogia,, with his wife, Missie, and their twin daughters, Courtney and Caroline (July 1996). Winter is a videographer/photographer for the Russell Corporation. He wrote, "I recently moved back to my home town of Atlanta, Georgia, due to new corporate offices. Along with my daily job duties, Atlanta has offered more possibilities for me. For example, I have been the videographer/photographer for Music Mid Town the past four years and I was recently featured on Discovery Health channel's 'Body Challenge' that aired in January 2005."
(B.F.A., illustration and graphic design, 1990) lives in Frisco, Colorado, with her husband, Matthew, and their son, Quinn (April 1992). Wohlmuth is conference service manager with Copper Mountain Resort and is working toward an M.A. in counseling psychology and counselor education.
(B.F.A., graphic design and illustration, 1990) lives in Martinez, California, and is owner of Annette Wood Graphic Design.