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Join SCAD Asian American and Pacific Islander alumni and learn how their culture and heritage inform their work and creativity.

Stacey Mei Yan Fong (B.F.A., fibers, 2010) is a baker, food enthusiast and designer. She was born in Singapore, lived in Indonesia, and grew up in Hong Kong. She started her project 50 pies 50 states in 2015 when she was applying for her permanent residency in the United States. Her project has been featured in a variety of food media outlets including Eater, NPR and CBS Sunday Morning. Follow @50pies50states.

Jeremy Nguyen (B.F.A., sequential art, 2011) is a New Yorker cartoonist, illustrator, and humor writer. Ngyuen’s cartoons have been published regularly in The New Yorker since 2017, as well as Wired, The Nib, and Airmail Weekly. He has provided custom cartoons in advertising campaigns for HBOMax's mini-series The White Lotus and the feature film An American Pickle; illustrations for book publishers like Penguin Random House, Callisto Media, Princeton Architectural Press, and board game publishers like Alderac Entertainment Group and WizKids.  Jeremy's first book will be released by Chronicle Books in 2022. Follow @jeremywins

Peach Tao (B.F.A., illustration, 2010) is a muralist and an illustrator based in Brooklyn. She creates whimsical images inspired by her environments and spontaneous adventures around the world. She enjoys painting fun murals and windows throughout NYC, from public schools, hospitals, and small businesses to bars, restaurants, and streets. Community-based projects are her favorite, and she has had the pleasure of working with multiple organizations that are focused on the same mission. In the summer of 2020, she paired up with New York-area activist Karlin Chan and started the Chinatown Mural Project, dedicated to creating colorful and humorous murals that reflect Chinese American life and culture. Follow @peacheeblue.

Daniela C. Torres Wong (B.F.A., advertising and branding, 2021), also known as DCTW, was born and raised in Panama. Wong currently works as a junior art director in New York City, and her work can be found on Instagram @dctwdraws.

This event, hosted by the office for career and alumni success, is free and open to the public.

About the SCAD Alumni Society
After graduation, Bees become lifelong members of the SCAD Alumni Society, a global network of more than 50,000 creatives, from artists and designers to innovators, entrepreneurs, and community builders. Stay connected, get involved, and enjoy the benefits, resources, and opportunities available to SCAD alums. 

Questions? Contact alumni@scad.edu.

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