At Make-up Designory Schools, our most important goal is to provide our students with the education and experience needed to be successful in the make-up industry. Whether it’s working on a movie set as a special make-up effects artist, or beautifying brides in the billion dollar bridal industry, it is an imperative part our program that we are an available and active resource to students even after graduation. In our “Alumni Spotlight Stories” we are proud to share the accomplishments of MUD Alumni to inspire, take pride in and applaud the great artists in the Make-up Industry.
Alumni Spotlight: Jackie Caruso
Jackie Caruso is a 2009 graduate of the MUD Journeyman certificate program, where she received training in hair, make-up, skincare and airbrush. Since completing her studies at MUD, Jackie has been a consistently working make-up artist, freelancing in various industries such as print, film, television, runway and bridal.
Her highest level of achievement since obtaining her degree from MUD has been keying shows at New York Fashion Week for the past two years. The make-up looks applied to the models were designed entirely by Jackie who participated in and supervised the execution of her creative concepts. Recently, her work has been published in Seventeen Magazine and Metro NY.
Jackie attributes the success she has seen throughout her career to the skills she obtained at MUD. She explains how MUD’s diligent career services team put her in contact with industry professionals and taught her how to market herself as a business and as a brand in order to get the kind of jobs she wanted.
In addition to her freelance work, Jackie spends her days working at the Make-up Designory MUD Shop in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City. Her future goal is to one day own her own shop where she can incorporate her well-honed skills and expertise to lead her staff. We will continue to watch Jackie and see what success she will achieve in the future!
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