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Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

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Peer Awarded Best In Show

Guest Speakers

Tim Brunelle
The Future of Design
Working in the age of artificial intelligence, industry consolidation and automation
Tuesday, May 2nd
5:00 PM, Room L3100

Tim Brunelle has been at the forefront of marketing innovation and storytelling since 1992. He's developed brand strategy, directed films, written and directed advertising and design as well as user experience for marketers including 3M, PwC, Thrivent, Skippy, Harley-Davidson, Goodyear, Porsche, Anheuser-Busch, Hormel/SPAM, Sears and MetLife. Tim also spent eight years helping lead Volkswagen’s “Drivers wanted” campaign in North America. His work has been awarded the One Show Interactive Best of Show, several Gold Pencils; the Grand Clio, Cannes Grand Prix, the Grand Andy, London International Advertising Awards Grand Prize for Websites, D&AD Featured, AICP Finalist and inclusion in three Communication Arts Interactive Annuals. At BBDO MPLS, Tim acts as Creative Director for multiple Hormel brands, Andersen Windows and 3M, as well as oversees the agency's growing social team. Tim lives with his wife and three boys in Minneapolis.

Michelle Schulp
Be Smart and Be Helpful
Success, generosity, and the business of people
Wednesday, May 3rd
5:00 PM, Room L3100

Michelle is an independent graphic designer and frontend developer in Minneapolis. Prior to beginning her career, she studied Visual Communications, with minors in Psychology and Sociology. As her work progressed, she also branched into front-end development and user experience design to round out her skillset. This combination of disciplines led her to adopt a strategy-based approach to design, focused on solving tangible problems and achieving real goals based on how people think. She loves the open source community, and when she is not working on projects she speaks/volunteers/organizes at events and workshops around the country. Her passions are communication and empowerment, and she believes in the power of "Why?"

Alumni Panel

May 2 @ 1:00 PM, Room L3100
  • Laurel Johnson

    Laurel is a 2016 graduate of the MCTC graphic design for web and interactive media program. She currently works as a front-end developer at Fjorge, an agency that specializes in working with creative teams to bring their designs to life. She develops customized web applications, optimized content-managed websites and integrated iPhone, Android, and iPad apps.

  • Claire Campbell

    Claire is a past graduate of the MCTC graphic design program. Since 2015, she has been working as a user experience designer at Irish Titan, a digital agency specializing in eCommerce, Complex Websites, and Digital Strategy. She helps businesses attract and retain customers by creating great experiences that make a difference to people.

  • Aaron Hurst

    Aaron is a 2016 graduate of the MCTC graphic design for print media program. He is a freelance graphic designer and design strategist. He is a visual storyteller who is passionate about bringing ideas to life on paper or screen.

  • Jerrald "Jay" Spencer

    Jay is a 2016 graduate of the MCTC graphic design for print and web/interactive media programs. He works as a freelance designer in addition to his graphic design work at the University of Minnesota, where he does a variety of design work including illustration of figures and medical devices in textbooks, informational layouts, and mascot design.

  • Damian Kirchoff

    Damian is a 2016 graduate of the MCTC graphic design for web and interactive media program. He currently works as a digital designer at Snap Agency, a nationally recognized Internet marketing company. He creates value for clients through social media imagery, user interface, and user experience design.

  • Sierra Riggs

    Sierra is a 2016 graduate of the MCTC graphic design for print media program. She has worked as a fine artist for many years. She currently works as a freelance designer as well, creating illustrations and designs as Rudy Fig Fine Art or Agent Riggs, and fulfilling a variety of client needs.