Designing today’s high-tech automobiles often begins with a decidedly low-tech block of clay.
UL Lafayette School of Architecture and Design alumnus Jason Mosery was recently featured in an article for Automotive News.
Mosery graduated last spring with a degree in Industrial Design and immediately moved to Detroit, following his childhood dream of working in the auto industry. Today, he works for Ford as a clay modeler. The article interviews Mosery and Professor Jerry Malinowski about his path to becoming a designer.
"Mosery had a bit of luck, some help, a mentor and good timing. But it was more a combination of hard work, determination and social media savvy that landed him his job at Ford fresh out of school earlier this year."