This session features insights from Jack Veiga (Made in Alpha), Clara Yee and Zu Orzu. Join us and learn the different aspects of getting into the creative industry. Hear from our speakers as they discuss different methodologies of a creative career. GET TICKETS at – http://bit.ly/oictalks05
1. You get to hear the gritty parts of things you wish the school taught about working as a creative
2. You get lessons from the other side of the fence about what agencies look for in hiring freelancers, and give yourself an advantage
3. You get to hear first hand the different ways professionals are working in the creative field
MADE IN ALPHA (Jack Veiga)
Made in Alpha is a digital product studio that helps clients design & build exciting digital products. Design, engineering and strategy are the three pillars of their business use to tackle challenges. They’ve worked with a diverse range of clients on a variety of projects, each with a unique problem set and perspective. The company focuses strongly on improving their processes and shipping high quality deliverables in strong partnerships with their clients.
Clara is from Singapore and studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Intrigued by the world of visuals, she began illustrating since young, drawing bright-eyed girls scrubbing their faces clean for Johnson&Johnson. She has since grown to experimenting and collaborating in diverse fields, ranging from fashion prints to weaving spatial interventions and stage design, using multiple disciplines as mediums for storytelling.
As a nomadic creative agent, Clara has worked with Alexander McQueen, Warner Music, Barbican London, and NPTD amongst others and exhibited in Mexico City, London and Taiwan. She recently art directed an experiential traveling art and design showcase Singapore: Inside Out that toured Beijing, London, New York and Singapore, organized by Singapore Tourism Board.
Her works have garnered media accolade from the likes of Rolling Stones (Mexico), AppleDaily (Taiwan), Ming Pao Daily (HongKong), DigitalArts (UK), HESA (Helsinki), The Business Times, Style, Home & Decor and LianHeZhaoBao, The Straits Times’ 30 under 30, and NuYou’s Next Big Things.
She is a Forbes Asia inaugural 30 under 30 honouree and co-founder of nomadic creative house – in the wild.
Born and raised in Singapore, Zu Orzu has recently completed her graduate studies in animation design and visual development. Her carefully developed style stems from her experiences as a traditional painter, photographer, and digital artist. She has worked professionally in animation and film production, concept art, game design, art education and workshops, illustration, and commercial photography.
Orzu’s creative foray began with oil painting and traditional drawing. In recent years, she started working with digital media, employing her formal art training and continued interest in traditional aesthetics while developing her mixed media and digital experiments.
Currently, Orzu is co-authoring a book on film and animation design, to be published later this year. She also plans to focus more on her personal art and launch an album of her painted and written works.
GET TICKETS at – http://bit.ly/oictalks05
Date: 1st April (Sat)
Venue: auditorium F202 LASALLE College of the Arts
Lecture Theatre, Block F Level 2 #F202
LASALLE College of the Arts
1 McNally Street Singapore 187940
• Registration: 10:45am
• Presentation: 11:00am – 12:00pm
• Panel Discussions: 12:15pm – 12:45pm
• QnA: 12:45pm – 1:00pm
• Portfolio Review: 2pm – 4pm
Noise Sessions is an initiative by Noise Singapore, in collaboration with OIC, where regular workshops, talks and networking sessions are held throughout the year to provide participants with arts exposure.