Graphic Design Intern
Noah Farnsley was a senior at Danville Community High School when his artistic career path started to become clear.
Representatives from the Art Institute of Indianapolis visited his high school’s advanced placement (AP) art class to promote the Institute’s programs. After taking a summer class on “Fundamentals of Design,” he knew he was on the right track.
Today, he balances a busy schedule, working as a graphic design intern for CorComm Creative, while working through a three-year Media Arts and Animation program at the Art Institute of Indianapolis. The program has given him an opportunity to take classes in graphic design, 2D and 3D animation, traditional arts and video editing – a passion he hopes may lead to a career in film editing someday.
After only a year and a half in the program, he has earned a place on the school’s President’s List (for those earning a GPA of 3.7 or higher), Dean’s List (for those earning a 3.25 to 3.74 GPA) and has earned an Honors Award (for those earning a GPA of 3.25 or higher).
Noah Farnsley graduated from Danville High School in 2016. He lives in Danville with his parents and stepbrother. His older brother lives in Rhode Island. Noah spends his personal time watching movies, drawing, video gaming and playing soccer.
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Random facts about Noah
Noah loves anything to do with history, often spending time watching the History Channel.
He used to dream of being an archaeologist.
He once worked as a forklift driver for Arvco Container Corporation.
His current favorite class at the Art Institute is 3D modeling.
His favorite movies are “Interstellar” and “Gladiator.”
Noah (at) CorCommCreative.com