Why choose The Art Institutes?
It’s one thing to learn how to do what you love, for life. It’s another thing to live it. But that’s what our alumni are doing, across a wide variety of careers in design, media arts, fashion, and culinary. Browse our gallery at the bottom of the page for hundreds of new stories about the accomplishments of our alumni nationwide.
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Graphic & Web Design
Class of 2006
The Art Institute of York — Pennsylvania
Grey AdvertisingLearn more
First and foremost, I put the basic principles of animation and design to the test.
Class of 2006
The Art Institute of California—Los Angeles, a campus of Argosy University
DreamWorks Animation SKGLearn more
[My job is] about color coordinating, storytelling, merchandising, and styling.
Class of 2013
The Art Institute of San Antonio, a branch of The Art Institute of Houston
There is no job in the world where you get to work with so many interesting people.
Class of 2008
The Art Institutes International Minnesota
Borough RestaurantLearn more
Jeffrey Veregge, Senior Designer at Masterworks, expresses his Native American heritage in the form of superheroes in comic books. His love of drawing and passion for his culture is at the heart of his work. Watch how he re-imagines his heroes.
Shawn Ernst, Executive Chef for The Caterist, creates higher-end cuisine at affordable prices. He didn't begin his career as Executive Chef, though. In this video, he explains how he worked his way up the ranks; if you're interested in a culinary career, his advice will serve you well, too.
We’ve created a gallery of alumni from all programs and schools so that you can learn more about them, their careers, and to see what’s possible as a creative person and professional. With an education at an Art Institutes school, you can join our nationwide community of alumni who are making an impact.
Mike Snight, Senior Level Artist and Charles Bradbury, Level Builder of Irrational Games offer their insight about the production timeline and advice to aspiring game designers and developers.
We can tell your story in a variety of ways: here on our national website, in our alumni e-newsletters, or at local schools. However, we need you to share it with us first!