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FROM DESIGNER TO ART DIRECTOR...
The focus on Art direction is the key to success. Adam Hajnos started working right after he graduated in 2007 and quickly rose in the ranks. He is now an Art Director at Brasco Design + Marketing. Adam was previously an Art Director at...
LIVING ARTS GRADS AT WORK
Joshua McCray, graduate from Living Arts College is working as a graphic designer and video editor at the Christian Faith Center. Obtaining his Bachelor's in Interactive Media helped get Joshua to where he is now in his career! The...
Interactive student brings home gold!
Jared Macias won a gold award from The RDU American Advertising Federation. Jared’s won for his work on an Illustration campaign that he did for one of his classes at Living Arts College, where he has learned the knowledge and tools to...
ALUMNI GETS DESIGN WORK PUBLISHED!
Alumni gets design work published! Interactive Media Valedictorian graduate Kristina Fick has her amazing work published in GD Graphic Design award magazine for the November and December issue for multiple entries under...
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MAKES THE NEW MEDIA ADS
Living Arts International Interactive Media Graduate Shak Oteka makes it BIG! Shak Oteka is "considered one of Africa's pioneering personalities" who is at the forefront of Africa's creative revolution. Representing his home country...
GRADUATE JOINS ONE STOP DESIGN SHOP!
Interactive Media graduate, Geoff Helderman is currently working at Autoshop Solutions as a Multimedia Production Specialist. Geoff received his Bachelor's degree in Interactive Media in with an emphasis on print and motion...