Culture of Learning: The Interns of Summer 2014

by Emily Twaddell

It’s fall, so you must be thinking about an Involution Studios internship next summer.

Whether you are a university student or already working full time, it’s fun to get a look behind the scenes at the studio. This past summer we had six interns, each with a great story to tell. Perhaps you’ll be inspired to join us next spring or summer!

Quentin Stipp & Noah Baker


Quentin Stipp (left) is a rising junior at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, studying digital art. Noah Baker (right) is a rising sophomore at Washington University in St. Louis, studying Communication Design and English.

Amy Loomis & Sara Berndt


Amy Loomis is a Master’s student at MIT, studying Product Design. Sara Berndt worked on installation art during the summer at both Involution Studios and Anthropologie. She is studying industrial design at Pratt Institute in New York.

Noel Forté


Noel Forté is a sophomore studying Graphic Design at Drexel University in Philadelphia.

Clément Prod’homme


Clément Prod’homme is an engineering student in Ensimag, the school of Informatics, Applied Mathematics, and Telecommunications at the Grenoble Institute of Technology near Lyon, France.

Thinking about joining Involution Studios as an intern? Learn more!


Topics: internships, culture of learning