Gabriel Sabourin

I attended Carnegie Mellon University where I received my B.F.A. in Industrial Design from the School of Design and my Masters of Entertainment Technology (M.E.T.) degree here at the ETC. During my years at Carnegie Mellon I was able to experiment in many interdisciplinary courses introducing me to industrial design, graphic design, 3D modeling and texturing, architecture, and photography.

My later academic education at the ETC opened my internship opportunity with Electronic Arts (EA), which was the springboard for my professional carrier as a game artist. I currently work at Schell Games and teach at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh (AiP), the experiences from which have only furthered my love for digital art and the process there of. More about these topics can be found in the About section of my site.

Educational History

BFA Industrial Design Carnegie Mellon University, 2002