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CEO, Director at Wither Studios, LLC
Bachelor of Science, Game Art and Design
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, 2009
Steve Gabry is the director of a small independent studio, where he’s responsible for many aspects of game development, as well as project management. His daily tasks include a wide range of subjects, including writing game design documents, editing videos, level building, 3D modeling, animating, creating concept art, and more. He says that one of the most fulfilling parts of his life is being able to have a creative outlet that allows him to see his creations come to life, and he wouldn't trade it for anything.
Senior Art Director at Anomaly New York
Associate of Specialized Technology, Graphic Design
The Art Institute of York—Pennsylvania (2006)
Liz Delp is a senior art director for global advertising company, Anomaly, in New York City and works on campaigns for Dick’s Sporting Goods and Duracell. Liz attributes her software training at The Art Institute of York—Pennsylvania to giving her a competitive edge in the industry. She is “constantly showing others how to do something in Photoshop® or InDesign®.”
Boutique Operations and Omni-Communications Manager, Boston Proper
Bachelor of Arts, Fashion Marketing & Management
The Art Institute of Charlotte, a campus of South University (2012)
Adam Clinard works for Boston Proper, where he's responsible for sharing corporate strategy to help store teams grow their business and develop and motivate their teams. He says his education helped him build confidence and seek new opportunities.
Chef Jamika Pessoa
Contributor, The Cooking Channel’s Unique Sweets
Associate of Arts, Culinary Arts
The Art Institute of Atlanta (2004)
As a contributor for the Cooking Channel’s hit show, Unique Sweets, Chef Jamika Pessoa travels across the country to highlight innovative and tasty desserts at local shops, bakeries, and restaurants. She was also a contestant on Season 5 of The Next Food Network Star, has hosted TLC’s lifestyle show, Home Made Simple, and owns a personal chef business.