At NHTI Visual Arts Department, we are proud to support and feature our graduates from previous years below!
My name is Allan Wolf. I am the photographer of many caps. Lens caps. Photography is something that has always fascinated me. When I was a child I received a Polaroid Instant Camera. Since then photography is something that has become a passion of mine. I strive to deliver the best photographic products I can. I offer: wedding photography, environmental portraiture, real estate photography, and more. Be in touch and let's capture something together.
My name is Roy McGill. I am an aspiring 3D artist working on entering the entertainment industry in either film or games. I have been working with computers and tinkering with 3D software since high school, originally taken up as a hobby, and now realized as my career goal. I have worked with a handful of students and graduates creating assets to iron out the pipeline of my workflow, and have spent much of my recent time exploring different avenues of CGI to see what type of 3D art I want to specialize in. I'm hoping someday, you can see my name in the credits of a piece of media that you enjoy!
My name is Danielle Drewes. I was born and raised in Concord, NH. I’ve had an eye for the arts since I was a kid. Throughout my education, I have taken as many art classes as I could. I attended the 2015 New Hampshire Institute of Art Pre-College Summer Program. During high school, I was the senior editor for the Concord High School yearbook and volunteered to photograph the IHB Baseball Camp Benefitting CHAD. For the last eight years, I’ve focused mainly on photography. In the fall of 2019, I earned my Associate in Visuals Arts from NHTI. I have volunteered my photography and videography skills to the Trinity High School football team for three seasons. In the last year and a half, my path has shifted towards videography. I’m continuing my education in Georgia at the Savannah College of Art and Design and plan to earn my B.F.A in film and television in the fall of 2021. Upon graduation, my goal is to pursue a career in film editing.
Kirsten Elfe is a textiles and fashion designer based on the seacoast of New England. She attended the New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, NH from 2014-2016. In May of 2019, Elfe graduated from Maine College of Art in Portland with a BFA in Textiles + Fashion Design. Her thesis work was shown in MECA’s annual runway show where she exhibited her thesis collection, Euro Kind, which explored film costuming through woven and machine knit couture. Elfe competed in the inaugural Project Upcycle design competition of 2018 held at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She led a beginner’s sewing workshop there in July of 2019 entitled Fashion ReWerked. In September of 2019, Elfe taught an Upcycled Millinery Workshop at Haystack Mountain School of Craft in Deer Isle, Maine as part of their Studio-Based Learning Series. Most recently, her work was shown in the Trash + Textiles Runway Show held in March of 2020 at Wrong Brain Art Space in Dover, New Hampshire. Elfe currently works as a Stitcher for Polar Fleece, in Rollinsford, NH.
My name is John Keefe and I am an aspiring UX/UI and motion designer in Rochester NY. I am currently in my last year at the Rochester Institute of Technology in the New Media Design program. I got my start with free design software when I was going to high school in New Hampshire. But, as I worked my way to pay for actually design equipment I now have a stronger focus on Motion Graphics and UX/UI. I’m a big fan of older design trends such as vaporwave and the MTV era of design.
Luke Batchelder (b. 1994, United States) received a B.F.A in Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in June 2020. He has received an Associate’s degree in Fine Art from New Hampshire Technical Institute in 2015. Batchelder is a multidisciplinary visual artist who has exhibited work in group exhibitions in Georgia, New Hampshire, and internationally in France. Currently, he is living and working in Savannah, GA.
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Mike Grady received his associate’s degree in visual arts from NHTI in 2014. He then transferred to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) to study industrial design. Mike began working as a freelance designer in the summer of 2015, creating designs, illustrations, and renderings for a range of clients including Hasbro, Six15, Marriott International, and more. In 2016, he began working as an intern for Fisher-Price in their Little People and Imaginext departments.
After graduating from RIT in 2017, Mike began working as an industrial designer at Volume Studios in Chicago, Illinois; where he works on projects that range from toys and housewares to contract furniture and home appliances. At Volume, he contributes by generating product concepts, sketching, storyboarding, 3D modeling, and rendering.
My name is Joseph Boucher I graduated from NHTI with a visual arts degree in the summer of 2019. Now that I graduated I decided to go back to school. I am going to Southern New Hampshire University and get my online bachelor's degree in graphics design with web design. I still have a passion for photography and video but I got an interest in graphic design and web design. After I am done with my education I will find a job to get some experience under my belt and then start my own freelance design and photography business.
Ryan Cloutier - Traditional/Digital illustrator from Concord, NH. Associate’s degrees in Visual Arts & Architectural Engineering Technology from NHTI. Detailed work with colored pencils & markers is my specialty. Animals & Anime are two subjects I enjoy most as their differences create various obstacles to overcome. Currently working at an architectural firm doing modeling, illustrating, and drafting. Also a songwriter/ guitarist/ singer.