Alumni Updates for November

Published November 30, 2017

Check out updates from just a few of our 65,000+ alumni. Have your own update to share? Email the Alumni Relations Team to let us know!

Grad Rich Phillis (Blue Man Group) visits campus

Rich Phillis meets with the Alumni Relations team

2008 Recording Arts grad Rich Phillis stopped by to see the Alumni Relations team recently. It was great to catch up with Rich who has spent the past seven years in New York City working with the Blue Man Group Team as an Associate Recorded Sound Designer. Rich had not been on campus since graduation day and he was thrilled to see all of the updates and changes to Full Sail. He is on his way to China to work on a special project for Blue Man Group, so be on the lookout for an update soon.

Tremaine Williams featured in Mix magazine for work on Bruno Mars tour

Capping off a remarkable 2017 – in which he was inducted into the Ninth Annual class of the Full Sail Hall of Fame – Recording Arts grad Tremaine Williams not only worked on one of the year's biggest tours (Bruno Mars' "24K Magic Tour"), but also was recently featured in Mix magazine for his role as lead tech on the tour.

Digital Arts grad Tyler Gaw launches into "Limbo"

Tyler Gaw

After spending years in the tech industry, Digital Arts and Design grad Tyler Gaw has just launched a new and unique job-seeking platform. Tyler and a partner have recently announced the debut of Limbo, which provides both job-seekers and employers an anonymous way to seek new opportunities.

"Today my cofounder Tyler and I are launching Limbo, a new approach to hiring in tech," wrote Limbo co-founder Chris Dary in a recent post on Medium. "We intend to make hiring more comfortable and fair for everyone. Whether you’re quietly looking or just curious, you can anonymously create a profile for your next ideal role (for free!), or find your next great teammate without even having to log in."

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