Episode 4 is here! Emily Larned is a designer, educator, and publisher. Her path started in grassroots publishing and everything she does today is still influenced by those early years. We visited her studio in Bridgeport to talk about the way people connect today and empowering the next generation of designers.
We sit down with legendary designer and CADC Hall of Famer, Alexander Isley. It all started growing up in North Carolina and attending NC State, then off to NYC to attend Cooper Union. Alex spent his early career under the guidance of Tibor Kalman and then moved on to serve as Art Director of Spy Magazine. Alex eventually started his own studio that has quite the client list.Listen Now
Carla Gonzalez is an Associate Creative Director at Mintz + Hoke in Avon, CT. How did her creative path begin? Perhaps wanting to be a designer or illustrator, but no…she was a math teacher. Listen to a wonderful conversation with someone that always thinks outside the box. She will make you smile!
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CADC Founder Mark Vogt
For our first episode, we couldn’t think of a better guest than the CADC’s founder, Mark Vogt. Back in 1975, Mark was a young Art Director, and at the age of 25, he felt that something was missing in Connecticut’s creative community, and decided to do something about it. He shares the story of bringing together the core group that would create the Connecticut Art Directors Club.Listen Now