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October 03, 2014

CIA grads at Chrysler draw on well-cultivated creativity as automotive designers

Video captures experiences of working designers who also teach at CIA

CIA Industrial Design graduates are making their mark at Chrysler – as lead designers of the new SRT Viper and numerous other vehicles – and several of these professional designers come back to CIA on Saturdays to teach an automotive design class.

In this video, five CIA alumni at Chrysler answer two key questions:

  • What’s it like to be an automotive designer?
  • How did CIA help you become one?

Videographer Jeff Mancinetti ’09, recorded the interviews at Chrysler’s gleaming headquarters outside of Detroit and filmed a Saturday class at CIA. The Chrysler video features Joe Dehner ’88, Dan Zimmermann ’96, Nico Vardis ’99, Bill Zheng ’00 and Irina Zavatski ’01.

Click here to view Mancinetti’s video about CIA grads at Ford, and here to view his GM video.

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CIA alumna Josette Galiano’s passion lies in exploring behavior and designing immersive experiences. Fittingly, she’s a consumer insights analyst at @NottinghamSpirk​ and a designer at Florette by Josette​. https://t.co/wZXjKV9ECU

about 17 hours ago via Twitter

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