Last attend Southwestern College: Spring 2009
Education: Transferred to USC, currently a major in Animation and Digital Arts.
Employment: USC campus, Animation Library
How did the SWC Art Department and the SWC Photography & Digital Program help you get to where you are now?
“The professors at SWC, especially those in the Art and Photography programs, helped me to realize what my goals were and gave me an
outstanding skill set. I will always be grateful for the amount of effort the professors put into their classes. I left SWC with a great foundation
which is helping me to achieve my dreams now.”
Any advice to students?
“Small successes have a tendency of snowballing into larger ones.”
“Watch 2001 A Space Odyssey.”
I'm Jesse R. Doyle, a full time student at the School of
Cinematic Arts at USC. I ride my bike to campus. I'm
currently focused on preparing for ideation and
pre-production for my thesis film. There's nothing like college
life on a university campus, it's vibrant with learning and
people with positive and progressive attitudes, and I'm loving
every minute of it. I was always interested in art as a kid,
especially drawing, and I loved cartoons like Felix the Cat or
Looney Toons, and movies like Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
When I started to learn digital art, I was amazed to find how
in-depth an art form it was and how many varying outcomes
could be achieved with it. I'm inspired by the idea of creating
a likeness to reality with digital art, with the freedom to tell a
unique story. I'm currently pushing forward with the medium,
learning as much as I can, with a common goal I've had from
the beginning; to conceptualize my thoughts and ideas into
visual form in an effective way. When I graduate from USC,
I plan to work in the film industry and to travel.
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