Song is a visual designer living in New York City. Born and raised in South Korea, she moved to the United States at 15, living in a number of East Coast locations including South Jersey, Rhode Island, and New York.
Song holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design. After graduating, she worked as a graphic designer for DiMassimo Goldstein where she had the great honor of re-branding Reader's Digest which is currently published in over 50 countries. Song has also had the opportunity to study under Richard Wilde, the Chair of Design and Advertising Department at School of Visual Arts. While there, she focused on UI/UX design study with her colleagues and agencies such as R/GA and Google.
Besides designing and working behind the computer, Song loves to cook, explore hidden gems in NYC, enjoy bourbons, and lift weights.
Students are curious and imaginative experimenters who come from fields from graphic design and industrial design, social science and research, engineering and computer science, film and architecture, and many more.