Our Alumni can be found across every creative endeavour
Our Alumni are one of the Queensland College of Art's greatest assets. They're making significant contributions to the visual arts both nationally and internationally. Below are just a sample of the many successful and talented people who have studied at Queensland College of Art or Griffith Film School.
We encourage you to join our alumni community and participate in professional development activities, network, access careers services and alumni benefits, share research and expertise, and engage in social events.
After finding her start in graphic design, it was Megan’s work illustrating New York Times number one bestseller, Sex and the City, that put her on the international stage.
Matthew works for Film Roman, the Burbank-based animation studio responsible for some of the world’s best-known animated shows, including The Simpsons.
Tracey Moffatt is one of Australia’s most successful and revered artists, nationally and internationally. She was only artist to represent Australia at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017.
Craig & Karl
Craig Redman and Karl Maier have a huge international profile, exhibiting at galleries around the globe and working on projects for Google, Nike, Apple, Vogue and The New York Times.
Raphaela is a documentary photographer. She was awarded First Prize in the Portrait Category of the World Press Photo Contest in 2015.
Winning prestigious art awards and exhibiting in art museums across the world, Michael Zavros is living the dream of a successful visual artist.
Tony Albert has achieved extraordinary international success since graduating from a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art.
Twins Peter and Michael Spierig are taking Hollywood by storm with their films Undead, Daybreakers, and Predestination, starring Ethan Hawke.
As a successful games designer, Ben has worked on a number of games including: Heroes Call (iOS, Android), Hand of Fate (Steam, PS4, Xbox One), and Atop the Wizards Tower (Oculus).
As CEO and Executive Producer of A Stark Production, Avrill has established herself as a leading independent producer and creator of global children’s film and television content.
Qiu Yang won the prestigious Palme D’Or for best short film at the 70th Cannes Film Festival in 2017. Just nine films were selected to compete for the award from almost 5,000 submissions.
Olivia’s impressive portfolio includes major design projects for Sheraton Noosa, Woods Bagot’s Brisbane studio, and new Queensland Government state headquarters at 1 William Street.
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