October 2014 | Alumni Profiles
This month's fabulous five include an ambitious cake maker, a BP award winning artist and our very first alumni profile from the 1940s.
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Ian Frazer’s experiences have taught him not to waste a minute on things that don’t grab him as important.
In 1941, a coffee was a rare treat for Mary McLean and her fellow students. Her advice to is to drink less coffee and to dance your way through university.
Owen Normand is proof that it is possible to earn a living through painting but looking beyond art school whilst studying was vital to his success.
For Connie Viney’s degree show, she carved an entire room out of sugar. Now she is carving out a creative career making larger than life cakes.
A postgraduate course at Edinburgh proved just the stepping stone Susie Weeks needed to secure the conservation job of her dreams in East Africa.
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