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Zoe Draper ’10 turned her passion for home design, construction and marketing into a “fulfilling career.” At a local architectural firm, she became involved in architectural preservation, real estate marketing and residential construction administration, paving the way for her current position as project manager for the Philly Home Girls, a development team based organization in Old City. In fall 2013, she will begin graduate studies at Drexel University in Construction Management and Real Estate Development.
Neel ElSherif '10 has become the Philadelphia representative for W by Worth, ready-to wear clothing from New York City.
Laura Guzzo '10 had her first book signing at Stormwatch Comics in West Berlin, NJ. Shakespeare Shaken is an anthology of new works inspired by Shakespeare done in comic-book style. Guzzo was responsible for the cover art and several large illustrations.
Rebecca Jennings '10 taught “Artistic Blockbusters,” a class at First Person Arts
Kelly Kozma '10 exhibited her new work in a solo show, Play Next Episode, at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE. She opened an Etsy shop that carries prints and calendars based on work from this show. Kozma spoke to Moore students about seizing opportunities.
Megan Reitz-McClellan ’10 has developed Brick and Mortar Designs on Etsy with designs inspired by well-known architectural facades which she digitally prints onto high-quality linen-cotton canvas. Pieces are then hand-cut and sewn into purses and pillows. www.brickandmortardesigns.com
Alison Berry '11 was hired as an artist for Federal Jeans Inc., a NYC based jeans company. She executes CADs for front- and back-pocket designs for girls' jeans.
Jaeger Rae Cohen '11 designed "White Trash" a poster in an online exhibition for Green Patriot Posters. Her poster was also selected for publication in a 2014 calendar. http://www.greenpatriotposters.org/posters/index.php?p=402&page=4
Gina Giles '11 showed a few images from her new work at Bucks County Community College in Philadelphia. She is also participating in the group exhibition, Stranger Things Have Happened, at Arch Enemy Arts, Philadelphia.
Heather Hartman ’11, formerly with Urban Outfitters, was recently hired by Elie Tahari in New York.
Mallory Lawson '11 is now wholesale visual display coordinator at Free People.
Devin Pauley '11 is sole designer and owner of Morgia Bridal Couture in Philadelphia, PA. Pauley built her business part-time while working full-time at Kevin O' Brien Studio. She was also selected as one of the 2013 Designer's in Residence for the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator. Interviews with the designers were featured on www.nbc10.com.
Melanie Pawlowski ’11 was recently featured in the AbingtonPatch for her fused glass artwork at the Upper Dublin Craft Fair. Pawlowski re-imagine her art for the craft show audience by functionalizing her artwork into glass bowls and plates. She is currently selling her dishes and artwork at What’s For Dessert and Domenic Graziano.
Laura Petrovich-Cheney MFA '11 exhibited paintings in the Signature Artist Series at the Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ; Works on Paper at the Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ; Centennial Exhibit, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE; Annual Juried Show at the Center for Contemporary Arts, Bedminster, NJ; TechKnowledge at Holy Family University Gallery; and Solo Series Exhibit at the Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA. She presented a talk, “101: Technology and Social Media, for Artists” for New Jersey Art Educators at the Markeim Arts Center, Haddonfield, NJ. A.I.R. Gallery is has announced that Petrovich-Cheney has been selected as a 2013-14 Fellow.
Wendelyn Wood Anderson MFA '12 was a sculpture/craft juror for the 2013 Art of the State Exhibition in Harrisburg, PA.
Casey Delahanty '12 is now an interior designer for BKT Architects in Manayunk, PA.
Christina Heppard '12 was hired full-time by Kevin O’Brien Studio.
Daniela Jovanovic '12 is a CAD designer at Abercrombie & Fitch in Columbus, OH.
Jessica Massabrook '12 is working part-time at Princeton University Press.
Alison McMenamin '12 was hired as the publicity, events and programs coordinator at the Library Company of Philadelphia.
Hope Has Feathers, a digital and cut paper illustration by Chrysta Stever '12, was selected by the Society of Illustrators for their annual student scholarship competition and exhibition.