(B.F.A., illustration, 2005; M.F.A., advertising design, 2007) wrote, "I recently left Merkley+Partners in New York City to join the creative department at Crispin, Porter + Bogusky's Boulder, Colorado, office. If anyone needs me, I will be breathing in the fresh mountain air... and perfecting my scadvertising skills." (updated 05/20/09)
Debra (Anding) Fiore
(B.F.A., photography, 2007) wrote, "My job is actually in my minor of museum studies, which I plan to go back to school for a Master's degree. I currently work at the Savannah Children's Museum and love every minute of it. I got married in October to my long term boyfriend, Jay Fiore, after pretty much being an old married couple for about 10 years. Now that the wedding madness is over, I'm throwing myself full force into my amazing job." (updated 11/13/12)
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 2007) is sales associate/designer at Gardens to Love by Marcia Weber in Atlanta, Georgia. From design to implementation to upkeep, He wrote, "Gardens to Love will work with you every step of the way. With over 30 years experience and a team of talented artisans, we've earned a reputation for creating timeless landscapes and forging close relationships with our clients. Get in touch with me and we can set up a site visit anywhere in metro Atlanta or Georgia, meet with you, go over your needs, put an estimate together and make your vision reality. We would love to work with SCAD alumni!" (updated 06/17/12)
(M.F.A., illustration, 2007) was recently named Illinois Institute of Art Chicago's 2009 Teacher of the Year in Teaching Excellence. This award is designed to recognize faculty whose accomplishments in the area of teaching and dedication to students success are of the highest quality. The selection process for this award was through a College-wide nomination process that included 141 nominations for 69 faculty members, and a rigorous evaluation process that included Academic Affair Review Committee Members, Academic Directors, the Deans, and the approval of the Vice President of Academic Affairs and the ILIC Executive Committee chaired by the President of the College. (updated 01/21/10)
(B.F.A., film and television, 2007) wrote, ": I have just recently found a permanent apartment in Brooklyn, New York, where I am a reality TV development intern at The Idea Factory and am a freelance production assistant in the city." (updated 08/13/09)
(B.F.A., film and television, 2007) wrote, "I'm currently living in Salt Lake City, Utah, working a the assistant editor of Lumenas Animation Studios located in downtown Salt Lake. We are working on a feature animation called 'The Legend of Santa Claus'. The film blends traditional stop motion animation with computer animation. Life is great out here and winter is coming up which means lots of visitors and lots of snowboarding! Lumenas will have a presence at the Sundance Film Festival only 30 minutes from Salt Lake in Park City so if you are at Sundance from SCAD please seek us out and say hello!
(B.F.A., industrial design, 2007) lives in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and recently took a position as a marine designer with Boston Whaler. He designs watercraft across the Brunswick Boat Group family of companies. (updated 02/16/12)
Sarah (Beach) Kunz
(B.F.A., broadcast design and motion graphics, 2007) founded Red Bumble Bee, a luxury personal stationery and invitation design company, in Fall 2007. Sarah has grown the company into an award winning design studio by designing, marketing and promoting Red Bumble Bee through online and print media. After working with hundreds of worldwide clients she has been featured in various blogs and articles. In June 2010, she was featured in Romantic Homes Magazine in a feature article about her business and her wedding industry experience. Red Bumble Bee also won the coveted 2010 Brides Choice Awards from WeddingWire, the official wedding group of Martha Stewart Weddings. Sarah plans to bring Red Bumble Bee to couture boutiques in Spring 2011. The goal of Red Bumble Bee is and continues to be, classically modern stationery and invitation design offered to meet the needs of every client. (updated 08/10/10)
Elizabeth (Bedford) Katz
(M.A., fashion, 2007) lives in Brooklyn, New York, and has recently launched bow and arrow designs
- a handmade wedding accessories collection. The collection targets non-traditional brides. (updated 12/01/10)
Erin (Bessette) Blunt
(B.F.A., illustration, 2007) wrote, "Erin Blunt Illustration and Design exists to create illustrations and graphic designs, including portrait work, business identity solutions, book design and children's book illustrations. I currently am living in Okinawa, Japan, where my husband serves. I find freelance and independent contract work is ideal for the stay-at-home-mom lifestyle, especially in the military. Here, on the island, I am privileged to have been the book designer of one of the most popular American children's books, 'Takako and the Great Typhoon'
." (updated 07/12/10)
Robert "Webb" Bland
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "I relocated to my hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana, after graduation and have been focusing my career around the photography of privately owned exotic and collector cars across the country. In 2010, I founded my own business, NotBland Automotive Photography, LLC
. Shortly thereafter I was hired by Dodge to help with their re-branding, by photographing their 2011 and 2012 lineup of vehicles. My images were used for the press kits for car show unveils in Los Angeles, California, Chicago, Illinois and New York City. I've since done similar work for Chrysler, Fiat and Ram, each time photographing pre-production vehicles for their world debuts. My work has appeared in countless editorials, billboards, newspapers and brochures. Plans are also in the works to make the leap to editorial photography for a number of international car magazines." (updated 09/11/11)
Adolph L. Briscoe
(M.F.A., animation, 2007) wrote, "Worked as a freelance Photoshop cleanup artist at Gork Enterprises for two days in a project before being hired at Cosgrove-Meurer Productions on November 26, 2007."
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 2007; M.A., historic preservation, 2011) wrote, "After working in the cultural resource management field in Gainesville, Florida, for over three years I decided to shift my career focus to an area where I could 'make more of a difference.' I now work in development and fundraising as the research and proposals manager at Armstrong Atlantic State University, conducting research on individuals and foundations. I write grants and proposals in an effort to secure funding for various programs as well as student scholarships. I never thought that my degree in historic preservation would enable me to work in my current position, but the skills that I learned in school have proved to very much align with the skills needed for this position. I am very happy with my career change, and happy to be back in beautiful Savannah, Georgia." (updated 10/14/11)
(M.A., animation, 2007; M.F.A., film and television, 2011) won a Bronze Telly award for the film "Double Agent," which she directed and co-wrote. "Sleepless in Baghdad," a film Brown wrote and directed, was awarded the 2012 Action/Cut Short Film Competition Student Film Special Jury Award. (updated 09/20/12)
Jonathan T. Buiel
(B.F.A., film and television, 2007) wrote, "I am currently working as a the producer and head network editor for Egan Entertainment in Ashland, New Hampshire, where I produce a half hour television show, video podcasts and video segments for clients ranging from Sprint, to Warren Miller Entertainment to Trek Bikes. I have been employed here since October 2007."
(B.F.A., painting, 2007) teaches children's art classes at the Art League School in Alexandria, Virginia, and as an elementary art teacher for Fairfax County Public Schools. She will receive her M.A.T. in art education from George Mason University in 2012. (updated 10/14/11)
(B.F.A., painting, 2007) wrote, "I completed my painting degree at SCAD in 2007 and am currently employed as artist assistant to trompe l'oeil muralist John Pugh in California. I am splitting my time between his main studio in the Tahoe area and his smaller studio near Los Gatos. I moved from my hometown of Gunnison, Colo. to California in February 2009 to assist John with his large paintings, which are becoming internationally known. John is an innovator in the world of murals. He has streamlined the mural process by eliminating nearly all on-site painting. Each mural is painted on a special material in his studio and then transferred to its final destination, making the painting process much less taxing on the artists.
As an undergraduate student at SCAD, I was encouraged to seek out a summer internship that would help direct my future plans. I was lucky enough to spend six weeks working for John in California in summer 2006. I was introduced to his process and assisted with a major project in Anchorage, Alaska. After graduating from SCAD, I returned home to work for the family bakery (adding cake decorating to my resume). But after exhibiting a solo show in the local center for the arts in 2008, I decided it was time to actively pursue my career in painting. Whatever direction my career takes in the years ahead, I know that my experiences as a professional in the field of public art will serve as an amazing and unique foundation." (updated 07/18/09)
Seth M. Carlson
(B.F.A., metals and jewelry, 2007) wrote, "I am beginning an artist in residency program at the Rochester Institute of Technology." (updated 03/08/09)
(M.Arch., 2007) accepted a position at architecture firm Perkins Eastman. (updated 10/09/12)
(B.F.A., interactive design and game development, 2007) lives in Downington, Pennsylvania, and is in the process of starting a video game company. (updated 05/25/09)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) accepted a position as a graphic designer at Cartoon Network/Boomerang Latin America. (updated 12/19/08)
Karen (Clark) Sergent
(M.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "My life changed on Aug. 9, 2010, upon the birth of our twin sons, Graham & August. My husband, Matt, and I have relocated to our hometown of Columbus, Mississippi, where I work as the creative mind behind Chenoa Creative, my freelance creative services company." (updated 06/09/11)
(B.F.A., interior design, 2007) wrote, "I am getting married June 28, 2008 with Brian Ahmes that is currently enrolled at SCAD earning a Master's of Architecture. The wedding will be in Paris, France. I am very excited."
Dana (Corson) Titcomb
(M.F.A., historic preservation, 2007) wrote, "I recently left my position at Historic New England after being selected as the new preservation planner for the City of Newport, Rhode Island." (updated 10/07/09)
(B.F.A., film and television, 2007) wrote "I have been living in Seoul, South Korea, working as an English teacher (on and off again) for the past year and a half. There I met a wonderful group of artists whom I have been working with for nearly six months. I am currently in the process of finishing my first children's book (a translation of the famous Russian story "The Nose" by Gogol). When I am not working I am traveling. In the past year I spent time in Taiwan, Korea, Japan, The Philippines, Norway, Mexico and the USA. I am currently a Peace Corps applicant and hope to be moving to West Africa within the next year." (updated 10/17/09)
Jeanette (Cuppia) Morrow
(B.F.A., advertising design, 2007) was just recently married to her high school sweetheart. She now work's for the world's top PR and communications firm, Edelman. (updated 02/06/09)
"Holliday," a graphic novel illustrated by Douglas Dabbs (B.F.A., sequential art, 2007; M.F.A., sequential art, 2010), is available for pre-order on Amazon.com. (updated 04/26/12)
Anna (Davis) Stockton
(B.F.A., photography, 2007) wrote, "My husband, Dalton, and I got married in March 2008 and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, so he could pursue a career as a toy sculptor. We welcomed our daughter, June Elizabeth, the following December. In March 2009, I was hired as a photography instructor at Antonelli College and I love my job!" (updated 05/20/09)
Shannon (Davis) Loftus
(M.A., historic preservation, 2007) wrote, "Currently residing in Southern California. I am enjoying my life as a successful independent consultant." (updated 06/15/10)
Melissa De La Vega
(M.A., industrial design, 2007) is founder of and industrial designer at Demaho
, a product design company offering a wide range of functional, decorative, efficiently designed and innovative products that contribute to a cause. A portion of the proceeds of each item purchased will be donated in an effort to give an impoverished child better access to education and care in Honduras. (updated 10/20/11)
"Frozen Tracks 2," a photography by Lisa Gallant
(B.F.A., architecture, 2007; M.Arch, 2008) has been selected for publication in the 2012 Art Takes Times Square book by Artist Wanted. (updated 08/13/12)
(B.F.A., illustration, 2004; M.F.A., advertising design, 2007) wrote, "I've been in Manhattan since Fall 2007, working as an art director in an agency called CDM (a large specialty agency that focuses on the medical field). I love the process of concepting and designing, and I've learned so much the past year! SCAD's M.F.A. advertising program gave me a solid education from which to build my career, and my B.F.A. in illustration skills give me an edge over other art directors. Additionally, I'm continuing my interests in sustainable consumerism (that was my thesis topic) in side projects, by helping-out environmental non-profit organizations with their visual communications." (updated 02/02/09)
(M.F.A., graphic design, 2007) is an art director at Seesaw Agency in New York City.
Marisa (Gomez) Norman
(B.F.A., architectural history, 2007) wrote, "Since graduating in 2007, I have been living in my hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota. My husband and I have been married since 2009 and will be moving to Austin, Texas, in July 2012, where I will begin pursuing an M.A. in architectural history at the University of Texas. (updated 04/16/12)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "I got a graphic design job at Jordan Jones and Goulding (www.jjg.com) three days after graduation. Within three months, I bought a new car and a new townhouse in Winder, Georgia. When I am not working hard to afford my new life, I volunteer at I.W. Davis Prison Library, and run a local portraiture business."
Two handmade journals by Courtney Goromboly
(B.F.A., fibers, 2007) were published April 2012 in "Making Mini Books. Big Ideas for 30+ Little Projects," a tutorial book. (updated 05/10/12)
(B.F.A., sequential art, 2003) wrote, "I just got an M.A. in art history at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. My thesis is 'American Memorial Quilts and the Material Culture of Mourning.' I am employed at Columbia College of Chicago as the office administrator of the Art History Department as well as adjunct faculty teaching the Art History survey courses."
(M.A., graphic design, 2007) is a designer at Wall-to-Wall Studios in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He and Wall-to-Wall Studios recently won a 2012 National ADDY Gold Award for their integrated branding program for Burgatory, a new restaurant franchise in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Additionally, work by Hargreaves is featured in "1,000 More Greetings" by Rockport Publishers and his promotional design for Barnhart was chosen as one of ten featured case studies out of over 2,000 entries in HOW Books' "Damn Good: Top Designers Discuss Their All-Time Favorite Projects." (updated 06/18/12)
Courtney (Hatten) Redden
(B.F.A., art history, 2007) wrote, "After graduating from SCAD Savannah I went to graduate school in Atlanta, Georgia, and got a Master's in early childhood education. Currently, I am teaching third grade In Louisiana where my husband is stationed with the U.S. Army. I'm developing an art program and can't wait to implement it. I love learning new ways to engage students with art daily. In the future I plan to get a Ph.D and teach art history at the college level." (updated 02/19/12)
(B.F.A., film and television/photography) just moved out to Salt Lake City, Utah, to help me re-launch our documentary company. We are in the planning phases of the company now and will launch sometime in 2009. (updated 12/09/08)
(B.F.A, interactive design and game development, 2007) wrote, "I have just moved to Virgina within the last seven months to take on a position in a job I never thought I would find myself in. Going from designing video games to engineering custom museum exhibits just proves you never know where you will end up." (updated 06/30/10)
(B.F.A., sound design, 2007) wrote, "Once I moved to the Northeast I began working in theatrical sound design. I am currently having success as a freelance sound designer." (updated 03/18/09)
Photography by Christopher Helto
n (B.F.A., photography, 2007) is featured on the cover of the Alabama Official Vacation Guide.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007; M.A., graphic design, 2008) created the new SCAD-branded design that is appearing until Oct. 15 on one of Hong Kong's iconic Star Ferries. (updated 08/22/11)
Jeremiah J. Henson
(B.F.A., sequential art, 2007) wrote, " I married Allie in January 27, 2007 and we're expecting a baby girl very soon. On June 28, 2007, I launched the "Tales of Zero- Men" webcomic (www.zero-men.com
) with two friends. We publish one page every Thursday in the Web's Premiere ongoing super-hero story."
(B.F.A., fashion, 2007) is working for a major corporation in telecommunications. She wrote, " I work daily with other large businesses and their telecommunication needs. I'm enjoying the experience and challenge. My fiance and I are building our first home and will be married on July 3, 2010. (updated 06/04/09)
(B.F.A., advertising, 2007) accepted a client services manager position with Rohadfox in Atlanta, Georgia. (updated 02/03/11)
(M.F.A., photography, 2007) has been named a National Geographic Traveler of the Year
for his project, "This Wild Idea,"
a site supported by donations from angel investors on the fundraising platform Kickstarter.com. Humphrey traveled the U.S. for 365 days visiting all 50 states and documenting a new person each day through photography and by recording audio of their stories to share. The popluar "Maddie on Things"
Tumblr is the brainchild of Humphrey and was profiled by Fast Company
. (updated 01/18/13)
(B.F.A, interior design, 2007) is interior design coordinator at HDR in Washington, D.C. (updated 05/02/12)
(M.A., painting, 2007) had a Solo Show "Full Pockets" at Rosewood Contemporary Art (www.rosewoodart.com), Savannah, Georgia from Aug 24- Sep 22 and a Group Show "Fall Group Show" at Artizen Fine Arts (www.artzenfinearts.com), Dallas, Texas from Sep 7-Oct 12.
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "I am currently in the process of moving to St. Louis from southern Illinois and am looking for future job opportunities to further my career goals." (updated 10/16/09)
(B.F.A., performing arts, 2007) is setting out on a nine-month tour of one-man street theater where he will perform various Shakespeare scenes as the 'Speare Bearer. He will travel from city to city via bicycle. To learn more, visit the Kickstarter project
. (updated 11/07/11)
William B. Jones
(B.F.A., illustration, 2007) wrote, "Be true to yourself and use each day to make the world a better place. Help someone everyday." (updated 01/22/10)
Eric S. Keezer
(M.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "Listened. SImplified. Developed print and web-based materials used to increase donor support and rose funding for students who will one day save the world.' It's great for MIT. Training from my professors and friends at SCAD helped prepare me for it. Thank you! www.mit.edu."
Kathryn "Kate" Kenwell
(B.F.A., interior design, 2007) accepted a position as sales consultant at National Wallcovering in Washington, D.C. (updated 03/06/12)
(B.F.A., historic preservation, 2007) is an M.S. candidate at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas, in the community and regional planning graduate program. King was the "Outstanding Student" award recipient at the May 2012 commencement ceremony. (updated 06/18/12)
Chris (Kirka) Kiereini
(B.F.A., industrial design, 2007) wrote, "Early 2008 I moved to Kenya, Africa, to find a job in industrial design where there were constraints and opportunities. Kenya has inadequate infrastructure which limits design activities relative to industrial design so I did corporate brand design with a company called InCA Nairobi in their design department. I am currently in London, UK pursuing a Masters in Design Management at University of the Arts London." (updated 02/27/09)
(B.F.A., film and television, 2007) wrote, "My experience at SCAD has shaped me not only as an artist, but as a believer in myself and my ability to make a career from doing what I love." (updated 05/01/10)
(M.F.A., painting, 2007) wrote, "I just moved to Kuwait to work for the American University of Kuwait as assistant professor of studio arts. My contract is for three years. It is a new department and I am one of two professors hired to help build the program." (updated 09/07/08)
(M.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "I now teach graphic design and web design full time in an advertising and graphic design department at an NC College where I recently received a NISOD Excellence in Teaching award. In my spare time, I've started a letterpress printing studio called Heavy Impression producing custom invitations, announcements, letterhead, business cards, posters, etc. which recently won an American Advertising Federation (AAF) "Addy" Silver award." (updated 08/16/09)
(M.A., historic preservation, 2007) is currently residing in Southern California. She wrote, "I am enjoying my life as a successful independent consultant." (updated 06/15/10)
Mary Rose Lorenzana
(B.F.A., photography, 2007) has been hired as a SCAD admission representative based at SCAD Atlanta. (updated 12/15/11)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "I got married in May 2008 to Tanya who also attended SCAD. We currently live in Nashville, Tennessee, while I'm working as an associate art director and she is seeking her degree in psychology. (updated 10/07/08)
James "Q" Manning
(B.F.A., film and television, 2007) recently launched a new company, Rocksauce Studios, a mobile app design studio, in Austin, Texas. Rocksauce Studios looks forward to working with SCAD alumni and current intern students to develop skills, careers and business opportunities." (updated 12/16/10)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1997; M.F.A., graphic design, 2007) lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, Donald Mock
(B.F.A., graphic design, 1997), and their daughter, Zoe (August 2003). She wrote, "We still love working and living in Atlanta, especially with SCAD-Atlanta practically in our backyard." (updated 04/23/09)
Kenneth Meyer, Jr.
(B.F.A., illustration, 2007; M.F.A., sequential art, 2009) wrote, "I am publishing a book, 'Into the Crimson Light,' of my macabre paintings, intended mainly for the role-playing game and comic book industries. Recent freelance jobs include White Wolf Games, several books, low budget films and a large amount of portrait work. Currently, my work can be seen in Savannah, Georgia, at Local Color Gallery, The Butcher and Steal Magnolias." (updated 02/19/12)
(MArch, 1995) has resided in northeast San Antonio, Texas, for the past six years with his son's Joseph (November 2003) and Carter (December 2010). For the past four years he has worked as a general engineer at headquarters of the United States Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA) providing management and oversight to a facilities infrastructure restoration and modernization portfolio comprising over 3.7 million square feet of real property located on 70+ operational sites spanning seven countries and, in 2013, will complete 15 years of federal civilian service. (updated 05/10/12)
(B.F.A., fashion, 2007) wrote, "After graduating from SCAD I moved back home to North Carolina and quickly began working on my namesake label, J.N.M. I was selected as an emerging designer at Charleston and Charlotte Fashion Weeks in 2009. In Fall 2009 I moved to New York City where I held internships at Wes Gordon and Zac Posen. Currently, I am working on the relaunch of my label, J.Nigel." (updated 05/31/11)
(B.F.A., industrial design, 2007) wrote, "I'm a senior interaction designer at frog in Austin, Texas. frog is a global innovation and design consultancy that works with Fortune 500 clients to create strategic solutions that are driven by real user needs, beautiful to behold and elegant to use. We craft engaging digital and physical experiences for real people, working from abstract frameworks and models through research, design, prototyping and launch." (updated 05/16/12)
(M.F.A., animation, 2007) recently completed work on the top-selling video games "Guitar Hero: World Tour" and "Guitar Hero: Metallica." Myers, who works in both realistic and cartoon animation, also has completed fourteen shots for the animated feature film "We Need A Hit," currently in production at Walsh Family Media. (updated 04/08/09)
(B.F.A., industrial design, 2007) and his wife, Allison, recently took their North Charleston, South Carolina-based letterpress greeting card company, Ink Meets Paper
, from a part-time side project to a full-time job. Ink Meets Paper has been featured in print publications and blogs in both the US and UK. The company is currently accepting new accounts. (updated 04/04/12)
Maura (Nevel) Scherrer
(B.F.A., sound design, 2007) wrote, "I got married this past July to Daniel Scherrer. After we built a studio, I started my own business, Kosher Sounds
, in Woodbridge, Illinois, primarily focusing in post sound including, but not limited to, recording, mixing and dubbing as well as conversion of almost any media (VHS, tape, DV tapes, slides, pictures, etc.) into DVD/CD format." (updated 03/15/12)
Mary Jane "M.J." Oref
(B.F.A., metals and jewelry, 2007) wrote, "Since moving to the Santa Fe, New Mexico area, we have purchased a home with acreage. I am working in my studio, creating one of a kind pieces and commissions while I build my business." (updated 08/25/10)
(B.F.A., painting, 2007) is one of 14 students invited to study with Jacob Collins at the Grand Central Academy in New York City for the 2010-2014 Core Program. The Core Program is a four year full-time education in classical drawing, painting, and sculpting. (updated 12/07/10)
(B.F.A., animation, 2007) is supervising animator at Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, California, where he has worked for three years. Parrish has worked on Disney films such as "Wreck-It Ralph" (animation supervisor) and "Tangled" (animator), and is currently working on the Disney film "Frozen," set to hit theaters in November. He was featured in The Journal Gazette
. (updated 01/16/13)
(M.A., interior design, 2007) wrote, "I have just recently moved to Arlington, Virginia, which is only a few minutes from D.C. to be with my fiance. I have continued my job with U.S. Franchise System (now a part of Wyndham Worldwide) doing hotel design. I work from home and enjoy living in this area a lot!" (updated 11/03/08)
(B.F.A., interior design, 2007) wrote, "I have been working for Ma (i)sonry which is an art, design, furniture and wine gallery located in Napa Valley. I am currently the gallery associate and work closely with the furnishings and interior design. I absolutely love it and I am learning so much and very excited for this new venture!" (updated 06/20/09)
Melissa (Poston) Bigford
(M.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "I have accepted a part-time teaching position at Horry-Georgetown Technical College in the digital arts program. I am also continuing my freelance graphic design full-time.
Simone Ralph (B.F.A., fashion, 2007) is a customer service and production representative at Stella and Jamie in Los Angeles, California
. (updated 05/25/11)
Lindsey (Richey) Joines
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, "I recently moved from Savannah, Georgia, to Alexandria,Virginia. I was married in June 2009 and now I am happily married with a little Cairn Terrior." (updated 02/13/10)
Candace (Rodes) McDaniel
(M.A., historic preservation, 2007) wrote, "I am an historic preservation consultant as well as an adjunct instructor for the Art Institute of Pittsburgh's online division. I teach in the residential planning department." (updated 10/08/09)
(B.F.A., industrial design, 2007) wrote, "I am currently working in Kennesaw, Georgia, as a category merchandising analyst for Philips Lighting. I work on creating and analyzing planograms for The Home Depot and other smaller accounts." (updated 04/22/09)
(B.F.A., interior design, 2007) is an interior designer for TVS Interiors, a commercial architecture and interior design firm specializing in retail design internationally as well as domestically.
(B.F.A., film and television, 2007) wrote, "I am currently working in the art department on the film "Miss January", starring Kim Catrrall. I most recently finished being the 1st assistant director on the film "The Myth of the American Sleepover". (posted 09/09/08)
(B.F.A., animation, 2007) is an animator based in Los Angeles, California, freelancing for Titmouse and other commercial houses and animation studios. She also does illustrations on the walls of restaurants in the L.A. area and models with NEXT Modeling Agency. (updated 02/08/12)
(B.F.A., photography, 2007) wrote, "After graduation I moved to Birmingham, Alabama, to start my job at hoffmanmedia. I bought a new car and I am currently planning my wedding to James on June 21. I couldn't be happier at my job, look to see my work in the magazines we publish!"
(B.F.A., fashion, 2007) wrote, "I moved to New York City in Sept. 2007 and have been interning and freelancing for various companies within the fashion industry. I am now working at Calvin Klein as an assistant fashion coordinator within their fashion office on 7th Avenue." (updated 08/12/08)
(M.A., interior design, 2007) is a designer at FOX Architects in Washington, D.C. (updated 05/02/12)
(B.F.A., metals and jewelry, 2007) wrote, "I am currently working as a silversmith at Audry Warner Metal Works on Broadway and Bleeker Streets in Greenwich Village and living in Jersey City, New Jersey. (posted 07/17/08)
(B.F.A., visual effects, 2007) wrote, "I am working in the interactive marketing department, I was in charge of creating all 3D exterior imagery and animations for the worldwide marketing launch of the new Gulfstream flagship, the G650 that was announced in March 2008. Was able to create a 4 international magazine covers, help supply 3D assets for a Wall Street Journal ad, the web site, and did animations and images, including 2 100'x25' banners, for the launch event broadcast around the world from the site here in Savannah, Georgia."
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) has been contracted by The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, Georgia, as a designer. (updated 04/01/11)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) wrote, " I just moved back to Madison, Wisconsin, where I landed an incredible job as the creative design director of the national W club." Visit www.nationalwclub.com
(B.F.A., photography, 2007) wrote, "I joined the strong SCAD New York City network and moved back east to New York City a year ago for a position in publishing with In Style Magazine. Along with working full time and enjoying the New York lifestyle, my own business Kendall Tener Creative has been developed and successfully launched to continue my freelance work and constant artistic endeavors. (updated 11/12/08)
(B.F.A., broadcast design and motion graphics, 2007) wrote, "I was accepted into the MATREX program as an associate IT analyst in the IT Sourcing & Centralized Development organization January 2010. The MATREX program is made up of a combination of technical and management training, work assignments and mentoring in order to transition into the workforce and a long term role at AT&T. I have already been placed with the Strategic Innovation & Prototypes group where I have been learning Silverlight and the WPF platform. We prototype new software and support interactive kiosks and digital signage that you see in new AT&T retail stores. Some of my side projects have been graphic support for a couple of iPhone apps also created within IT and promotions for AT&T U-verse. I find the work very rewarding and always a challenge. To keep up with market changes, I have continued training after graduation. I'm lucky that I now know how to help produce GUI that can be agile and leave room for further upgrades. My team provides pioneering solutions that drive value and best-in-class user experiences for our internal and external customers.
On a personal note, I got married on the beach to my best friend Kelly Ann in May 2009 in Charleston (my hometown). We had both our family and friends there, some were also SCAD alumni. We met while I was working for Aflac in Columbus, Ga. for almost two years as an interactive media analyst, so without SCAD and the corporate experience from Aflac. I would have never made it this far in my career with management training at AT&T." (updated 04/06/10)
(B.F.A., architecture, 2007; M.Arch, 2008) has started TOT republic
, a new children's furniture company focusing on furniture that is nature inspired and kid approved. (updated 10/25/12)
Kathryn "Katie" Walker
(M.Arch, 2007) wrote, "I have recently moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, and am looking for employment in the southeast that uses my design and creative talents." (updated 11/20/09)
(M.A., interior design, 2007) wrote, "I have, oddly enough, entered the world of "high-end fashion" retail design.Happily partnered for two years and living in Atlanta, Georgia." (updated 08/27/10)
(M.A., advertising, 2007) wrote, "Following graduation, I moved to Belize, Central America, for several years to work for a record label doing photography. I also taught undergraduate courses in photography and advertising at a university. It was a great experience, professionally and personally. I was able to travel all over Central America doing photography. There were also great opportunities to do work for non-profit organizations and I filled any extra time by volunteering my marketing skills. Currently, I am living in upstate New York and teaching at The College at Brockport, State University of New York, as well as freelancing. (updated 02/04/12)
(M.Arch, 2007) wrote, "I was working at a company in Birmingham, Alabama, I left that job and moved recently to Washington, D.C. Here the company is bigger and I have other SCAD alumni working closely with me on different projects. I also love the city and all it has to offer for young professionals. I am very happy to be here and I am always happy to say that I went to SCAD." (updated 10/07/09)
(B.F.A., graphic design, 2007) is a graphic designer for MODE, a branding agency with offices in Charlotte, North Carolina and New York City.
(B.F.A., advertising design, 2007) is a graphic artist at Bright House Networks in Maitland, Florida, where he produces graphics for web, video and print. (updated 06/21/12)
(B.F.A., photography/graphic design, 2007) is a senior designer at Saatchi & Saatchi X in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he works on the "beauty" team for all in-store merchandise such as razors, lotions and make-up in Wal-Mart stores.
Richard "Trip" Wynn III
(B.F.A., animation, 2007) wrote, "I've been freelancing steadily for Primals Screen since 2008. I was hired at Turner in 2010 and have been freelancing back and forth ever since. I bought my first house in 2010. I recently began tutoring in flash animation and advanced techniques and feel like teaching is definitely where my future is." (updated 01/12/11)
(B.F.A., interior design, 2007) wrote, "I am currently working at LS3P in their Charlotte, North Carolina, office as an interior designer working on both corporate and hospitality related projects. I have been here for a little over a year and am loving it!" (updated 08/27/08)