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ALUMNI FOCUS: Alisa, Christopher, Jen, Missy, & Lauren

Alisa Bishop Bradley

Alisa says, “If you’re into anime, specifically of the Trigger variety, I contributed to a fanzine! I illustrated two characters from Little Witch Academia, one of my favorites.”

Preorders are open now at:
https://t.co/Xp3MRMkd2v

To see more of Alisa’s work:
http://alzuna.tumblr.com/


Christopher Clark

Stories from the Book of Mormon are being produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

For his part, Christopher says: “Grateful to be a part of this big endeavor. Fortunate enough to get to direct one of the episodes. Great cast and crew! Here’s to some late nights in the desert!”

To see more of Christopher’s work:
http://www.csclark.net/

Image from MORMONNEWSROOM.ORG


Jennifer Terry

Be sure to visit Craft Lake City! Jen says, This is for a poster and possibly a patch I’m going to be selling at Craft Lake City this year – August 11th to 13th.

To see more of Jen’s work:
@jenonfiredesign


Missy Dial van Wagoner

Missy is busy: “Here’s a little collection (fabric, gift, room, stationery) I am working on at this very moment and adding to it. It has been fun and sweet…If you want to follow me and my crazy ideas with my art and dreams… take a look and follow on Instagram”

@missyvanwagoner


Lauren Waters

From Lauren:
“Recent logo commission completed for a youth swim league. Had lots of fun with this guy!”

To see more of Lauren’s work:
http://laurenwatersdesign.com/site/DefaultController


 

 

ALUMNI FOCUS: Ryan, Alisa, Christopher & Sara

Ryan Bangerter

From Ryan Bangerter:

“Exciting news! Ink Formation has launched a Kickstarter campaign. This campaign will help me get these one-of-a-kind t-shirts into your hands. How can you help? By liking and/or sharing this post with your friends, family, etc. You can also become part of the process and get an inside look into how the designs are made by donating! Just follow this link below.”

From Alisa Bishop:

“Since the zines are shipping soon, I figured I could post the art I did for the #biowarefanzine ! It’s a less armored version of Naara, my double sword wielding city elf badass warden from Dragon Age Origins, and her mabari, returning to Ostagar, visiting some old friends.”

To see more of Alissa’s work:

http://alzuna.tumblr.com

http://instagram.com/alzuna


Christopher Clark

From Christopher Clark:

“Latest project is finally done!

MUSIC OF THE GOSPEL: https://youtu.be/ju8S2vswhjY

We shot this short film in 4k RAW – Anamorphic 2:35:1 – but ended up finishing it a little less wide, but the lenses brought a great texture! We literally went through 20+ editorial timeline revisions! Lots of work! We had an amazing team.”

To see more of Christopher’s work:

http://www.csclark.net/


Sara Corrigan-Gibbs

Sara has done some wonderful work! She works as a graphic designer in Oakland, California.

Follow Sara:
@saraeileendraws


 

ALUMNI FOCUS: Alisa & Teako

Alisa Bishop Bradley

Alumnus Alisa Bishop Bradley shares her finished illustrations for the book, “Crows on Heartstrings: An Anthology of Doomed Love Stories.” Alisa illustrated the story, “The Crow Princess” by Ásrún Ester Magnúsdóttir.

“A lovely book with great art & stories, glad I got to be in this!” ~ Alisa

To see more of Alisa’s work:
http://alzuna.tumblr.com/

To see the book:
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/31428174-crows-on-heartstrings

Congratulations Alisa!


Teako Warfield-Graham

From Alumnus Teako Warfield-Graham:

“In February 2017 I completed my software engineering intensive studies at Makers Academy— Europe’s #1 software engineering program accepting under 10% of candidates. For my software final presentation I led the build of an augmented reality app utilizing technology similar to Pokemon Go, but for art galleries.”

“The app enables art pieces we map to ‘come to life in 3D’ via your smartphone camera, viewable at all angles as if the objects exist right in front of you. Our MVP minimum viable product was complete in one week and the project in under two weeks. The app was complimented by the London Science Museum, who put me in touch with their New Media department. The founder of SMARTIFY app also complimented it and told me I’m in the right direction. I’d love to find ways the project could grow.”

“We were the only all women group, one of the smallest, with only 3 members! The project almost didn’t happen since I pitched too many ideas and no one understood it. I researched it more after having conversations and convinced a small group to join me.”

Teako is currently living in London with her husband and two sons.

Kudos Teako!