Caroline Kenworthy (Media Arts ‘ 11) graduated from The Academy with a Dean’s Scholarship to Sarah Lawrence College where she studied writing. During her senior year she took a course in web design, and after graduating, she participated in a short-term web developer intensive. She now works for the creative agency Someoddpilot, focusing on front-end development. Recently she has worked on designing interactive experiences for Wolverine Worldwide (Saucony, Sperry, Sebago) and Nike. Caroline recently stopped by to talk to computer science students at The Academy!
She stressed the importance for Academy seniors to stay aware and mindful of where their path is taking them.
Caroline credits The Academy for teaching her the value of critique.
Caroline was recently featured in Sneza Zabic’s (Academy Media Arts Department Faculty) online journal Packingtown Review. She has also participated in hackathons for charity, where she has donated her time and skills to developing websites for organizations in need. Most recently she participated in the Nerdery Overnight Website Challenge where she helped create a website for a social services organization in the south side of Chicago. You can find Caroline's work featured in the latest edition of the Media Arts Department online journal Germinate.