Ralvell Rogers is a former Studio E writing/layout design intern. He graduated from Emporia State University in May 2018 with his BA in English and a minor in Creative Writing. He's gone on to continue writing; two of his pieces, "My hair, my life" and "Brown Sista" were just published in Genre: Urban Arts. He also recently signed his first book deal.
In addition to his own writing, Ralvell encourages the artistry of others, especially members of the Black community. He is the founder, and former president of, the Black Artists' Club at Emporia State University and he received the Presidential Award for Diversity in recognition of his leadership, engagement and service toward multiculturalism, diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Chloe Soetaert is a former Studio E graphic design intern. She graduated in May 2018 with her BFA in Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design.
In addition to her work for Studio E, Chloe worked as the Editor in Chief of the The Sunflower, the ESU Yearbook, and won multiple awards from Kansas Collegiate Media, including 2017 First Place for Cover Design and 2016 First Place for Theme Development 2016. She also worked at the Emporia Arts Center, teaching art classes and creating promotional materials.
She has gone on to continue designing and produce fine art. She has been working to establish her own brand, and refining her personal aesthetic.
Check out her work on her website.
Marcus Robinson is a former Graphic Design intern. He graduated in December 2018 with his BFA in Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design.
His work tends to be modern and utilize flat colors. His emphasis is on packaging and logo design, though for Studio E clients he has also designed websites and physical spaces.
He is currently building his portfolio site.