Alumni Careers

If you've seen the iconic iPod ad campaign featuring silhouetted dancers (Tylevich, Conrad) or the Harry Potter books' cover art (Mary GrandPré), then you've seen the work of our alumni.

We are pleased to introduce you to the following entrepreneurs, leaders, and creative geniuses—they represent a mere snapshot of the great success stories that have come out of this college.

Cartoonist
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Will Dinski'.

In 2009, Dinski was acknowledged for his work with the Isotope Award for “Excellence in Mini-Comics.”

Designer
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Keetra Dean Dixon'.

Keetra Dean Dixon ’99 is a New York–based designer and artist working under the handle FromKeetra.

Director and Editor
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Eric S. Anderson'.

Anderson is a two-time Emmy winning director and editor of the title sequences of Dexter and Six Feet Under.

Fine Artist and Fashion Designer
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Laura Fulk'.

Fulk is an American fashion designer and artist who majored in fine arts studio at MCAD. In 2008, the Minneapolis Star Tribune named Fulk “possibly the best show-woman in town.”

Fine Art Photographer
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Shen Wei'.

Born and raised in Shanghai, Wei was named one of the fifteen “new generation of photo pioneers” by American Photo in 2007.

Animator and Storyboard Artist for Puny Entertainment
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Julia Vickerman'.

Based in Los Angeles, Vickerman is an independent animator and storyboard artist. Her work includes Yo Gabba Gabba and the film Super.

Furniture Designer at RMS Laser
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Christy Oates'.

Oates is a pioneer of laser-cut furniture designs that transform from wall-mounted visual art to functional three-dimensional forms.

Fine Artist
The profile photo for the alumni profile titled 'Rob Fischer'.

Based in Brooklyn, Fischer salvages material from abandoned buildings and junkyards and reconfigures them into large-scale sculptural environments.