Congratulations to alumni Joaquin Baldwin, Nicholas Burkard, Ryan Green, Darren Simpson, Andy Harkness and Fawn Veerasunthorn for their work on Zootopia. It must feel pretty great to have worked on an Oscar winning film!
Mark Hazlerig was responsible for shaping CCAD’s illustration curriculum and inspiring two generations of students to go on to successful careers. Help CCAD continue Mark’s legacy by donating to the Mark Hazlerig Scholarship Fund. https://www.ccad.edu/hazlerig
The Mark Hazlerig Scholarship Fund was established by #CCADalumni and friends to support a yearly scholarship for an outstanding student who excels in dimensional studies. Over 50 alumni, faculty and staff have come together to support the fund so far. We hope you'll join in and help us honor Mark's legacy today.
Lem Worrell (Cinematic Arts, 2019) went from extreme city life to extreme country life. His experience has helped him shape the films he creates, which are reactions to emotions he's had. Learn more about Lem's #CCADstories on our blog: http://bit.ly/2kNpiol
One of the first projects Lemuel Worrell (Cinematic Arts, 2019) took on as a CCAD student was a short video called Human Interaction, created for his Intro to Cinematic Arts class, using a mobile device. See the video and read Lem's statement on our blog: http://bit.ly/2liWCSW
“My best work walks across the stage and gets their diplomas at the end of the year. They are my work.” – Mark Hazlerig⠀
Mark’s dedication to his students was evident in everything he did. Donate to the Mark Hazlerig Scholarship Fund today and support the next generation of creatives.
Grace Kim (Media Studies, 2014) holds down a freelance gig as a User Experience Designer for prescription eyewear company John Ruvin & Co. — and is in school at University of California, San Diego, where she is set to receive a certificate in UX Design this May. “I like to keep myself busy and love to learn new things,” said Kim.