Below you'll find information about what Saint Lawrence University graduates with Art and Art History majors are doing now. Click on the name for more information.
Nathalie Nostrand is a Prop Stylist/Set Dresser at 11th St. Workshop in Manhattan. She received her Bachelor's degree in Art & Art History and Business from St Lawrence University in 2017.
Reid Brechner is an Assistant Director of the McNair Scholars Program at Castleton University, Castleton, Vermont. Reid, who is from Belgrade, Maine, received his Bachelor’s degree in Art & Art History and Mathematics from St Lawrence University in 2015 and earned his MFA in Painting & Drawing from the Lamar Dodd School of Art, at University of Georgia in 2017.
Erik Miller is a Digital Media Specialist at The Ad Group Agency, Inc. Erik received his Bachelor's degree in Art & Art History from St. Lawrence University in 2014 and earned his MFA from University of Buffalo in 2017.
Ilka Hadlock is the Founder and Creative Director at Ilka Graphics, she is a creative and industrious visual designer with experience in illustration, web and brand identity. Ilka received her Bachelor's degree in Art & Art History and Film from St Lawrence University in 2013.
Olivia Graham McManus is currently the Director of Sales at PATRON Gallery in Chicago. Olivia received her Bachelor’s degree in Art & Art History and Gender Studies from St Lawrence University in 2012 and earned her Master of Arts in Modern and Contemporary Art History, Theory, and Criticism from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015.
Evan Tear Haynes is Art Director at DNA Seattle. Evan received his Bachelor’s degree in Art & Art History with a minor in Film & Representation Studies from St Lawrence University in 2012.
Grant Haynes is an occupational therapist in Portland, Maine. Grant received his bachelor's degree in Art and Art History with a minor in Outdoor Studies from St Lawrence University in 2009 and earned his Master of Occupational Therapy from University of Washington, Seattle WA in 2017.
Alexa is a Marketing Manager for Scholarly Journals at University of Illinois Press, in Urbana/Champaign. She graduated from Purdue University grad school in 2011 immediately after graduating from SLU in 2008.
Maxwell Eaton III is an author and illustrator of numerous picture books and graphic novels for children, including The Truth About Hippos, The Truth About Bears, and The Flying Beaver Brothers graphic novel series. Max received his Bachelor’s degree in English and Fine Arts (Art & Art History) from St Lawrence University in 2004.
Elizabeth Houze Clarke is the Associate director, Stewardship and Donor Relations, Office of Institutional Advancement at The Hun School of Princeton, New Jersey. Elizabeth received her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts (Art & Art History) from St Lawrence University in 2001.