Featured Alumni

Audrey Ng, Product Designer in Astar at Innovation Factory

BFA Product Design, 2015

The flexible syllabus helped me gain essential skills that are in demand from the industry such as 3D modelling, prototyping, critical analysis of product research and creative thinking. Constant involvement with peers and teachers definitely polished up my so skills to be resilient, and to work well in teams and interpersonal skills

Don't shy away from opportunities, collaborations or new explorations. Don’t be overwhelmed by homework and remind yourself grades are not everything. Instead, enjoy and do your best for your project like there is no tomorrow, because hard work pays off.

Toby Tan Xun Yi (tobyato), Illustrator, Visual Artist

BFA Visual Communication, 2019

I work as an illustrator and visual artist (under the monikertobyato) over many mediums – from sprawling murals to digital artworks and sneaker customs. I've been commissioned by the likes of Uniqlo, G-SHOCK, Adidas, Levi’s, and Asics, among others. I'm largely inspired by things o’en overlooked and has a strong inclination to include playful influences in my works that reflect my personality.

Joan Hsu, Senior animator in Ubiso Singapore

BFA Digital Animation, 2010

ADM equipped me with a wide range of skills, giving me the versatility to work in TV production, mobile games and AAA games. My career highlights includeBen 10: Destroy All Aliens;Assassin's Creed III; Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag; andAssassin’s Creed: Rogue.

I'm now leading a team of animators for Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla (DLC). I've also spent considerable time giving back to Singapore's arts scene as a lecturer at Singapore Polytechnic and NTU.

Shoki Lin
, Freelance Writer, Director, Cinematographer

BFA Digital Filmmaking, 2019

ADM has provided me with the opportunity to collaborate and forge relationships with people who share a common interest in making films.

With the support of the faculty, we had the freedom to explore our own creative voice with every film we made and those experiences were most valuable to me in my growth as a filmmaker.

Geraldine Kang
, Visual Artist, full-time Lecturer at NAFA

BFA Photography and Digital Imaging, 2011

As a young artist and individual, it is important and healthy to push your work in different directions instead of settling or labelling yourself too early. It is also important to be engaged in other activities that ground you in different types of knowledge and skills; life experience translates into maturity in thought and practice.