US East Coast Alumni Association
We are pleased to introduce the newly formed UAL East Coast Alumni Association.
The UAL East Coast Alumni Association is led by a committee made up of cross college alumni representatives. Members will work together to develop an annual programme of events and activities for you. These may include social events, talks, exhibitions and gallery tours as well as gatherings to help develop your professional networks.
In February 2015 UAL was pleased to offically launch the committee at a special alumni reception in Brooklyn at the New York Foundation for the Arts.
Meet the East Coast Alumni Committee
Bruce Reynolds - President
Alumnus of LCF (BTEC Business of Fashion, 1993)
Marketing, Media, Brand consultant and Journalist/speaker
Stephen Bury - Treasurer
Alumnus of Chelsea & Former Staff
Andrew W. Mellon Chief Librarian at the Frick Art Reference Library, New York
Felicity Hogan - Secretary
Alumna of Camberwell (MA Fine Art: Painting) and Chelsea (1992) and LCP (1989)
Program Officer at New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
Constance Slaughter - Newsletter Editor
Alumna of CSM (BA (Hons) Fine Art, 2007) and Chelsea (Foundation Art & Design, 2001)
Fine Artist based in New York
Rich Carter - Communications Officer
Alumnus of Camberwell (BA Graphic Design, 1998)
Digital Retoucher for Macy's East in New York
Luke Hayman - Development Officer
Alumnus of CSM (BA (Hons) Graphics, 1988)
Graphic Designer based in New York. Partner, Pentagram
Laura Jacobs & Chelsea Campbell - Events Curators
Previous East Coast activity
Former East Coast Alumni Association President, Ben Wilkinson-Raemer, visited the UK to take part in a panel discussion in front of 200 current students, talking about his experience living and working in New York.
Joining him on the panel were Meghan Halpin (Director of Talent Acquisition atTheory & Helmut Lang), Arielle Klein (Manager of Talent Acquisition at Theory), Jacquie Kavanagh (Commercial Director of Video at Condé Nast UK) and Megan Van Someren (Global Planning Lead at J. Walter Thompson London).
Watch the video of the discussion or read more via our blog.