QUINN’teresting to you (we hope)… IDD Senior Portfolio Day

Friday, May 13, 2016 — Nineteen graduating seniors were highlighted today as the Interactive Media & Design Department held its 6th Annual Interactive Digital Design Senior Portfolio Day up on York Hill. The Rocky Top Student Center was bustling with talent and nerves as the seniors first stepped to the podium to present snippets of their work to peers, professors and a collection of design professionals from across New England.

After a break for lunch, it was round-robin, speed-dating-like interviews as QU students met 1-on-1 with seven different professionals. Portfolio feedback was agenda item number one and for some, fast-tracking to opportunity was next the next point of discussion.

RTSC #311 is packed with portfolio-toting seniors pitching their skills set to professionals in their field.

RTSC #311 is packed with portfolio-toting seniors pitching their skills set to professionals in their field.

Kim Barker-Craven is AIGA Connecticut President (the professional organization for design) and was instrumental in recruiting reviewers to come to campus.

Kim Barker-Craven is AIGA Connecticut President (the professional organization for design) and was instrumental in recruiting reviewers to come to campus… and then did some reviewing herself, here working with QU senior Jonathan Warzynski.

Tinashe Mazaiwana presents her portfolio to RObert Comire of Lego Systems, Inc.

Tinashe Mazaiwana presents her portfolio to Robert Comire of Lego Systems, Inc.

Congratulations to department chair Pattie Belle Hastings and her IMD colleagues Courtney Marchese, Laurie Grace and Kent Golden as well as other School of Communications faculty and staff for hosting another wonderful opportunity for our students and outreach program to alumni and other visiting professionals.


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