After losing touch with her own creative practices, Regina Martinez ’21 wanted a degree that would help her turn ideas into reality.
For Libby Lussenhop ’22, all signs pointed to the MA in Sound Arts and Industries program as she looked for a way to create a future for herself in sound.
Video game soundtracks from the mid-2000s inspired Andrew Littleton ’21 to pursue a career in sound design and production.
Kevin Cagnolatti ’21 continues to learn about sound—even as he teaches undergraduate and graduate students what he knows about production and post-production.
To assist with career development virtually, EPICS Assistant Director Katherine Lelek is finding unique ways to keep MA in Sound Arts and Industries students engaged.
To find a career that lets her combine music, DJing, podcasting, and activist work, Hannah Viti ’20 pursues her MA in Sound Arts and Industries.
Philipp Gaissert ’19 shares what he learned while serving as a creative intern at an interactive software company.
Cara Ehlenfeldt ’19 tells the story of her summer internship, which led to a new career opportunity.
Jeffrey Gardner ’19 helps Encyclopedia Britannica bring its new, interactive Guardians of History game to life for the masses.
Sarah Espinoza ’19 and Jeffrey Gardner ’19 created soundscapes, audio clips, and narration for a virtual reality campus walking tour.