Aimee Tetreault ’07 (Salt Lake City, Utah) used production knowledge and networking to land her “dream job.”
In early 2012, Aimee accepted a position at Camp 4 Collective, a Salt Lake City-based full-service production house rooted in the outdoor industry. Aimee, a post production supervisor and studio manager, has clients such as The North Face, National Geographic, the National Park Foundation and Revo.
“Previously, I held various sales positions,” she said,” but I didn’t give up until I found a production career that I was satisfied with.”
Aimee, a mass communication grad, borrows her York College professors’ teaching styles when working with her team of freelancers in the studio.
“Robert Mott, Brian Furio, Tom Hall and Lowell Briggs were, by far, my biggest influences,” she said. “I couldn’t be more grateful for the guidance they offered me in both my education and personal growth.”
Aimee would like to guide students who share her passion for production to keep learning.
“This industry changes at warp speed, and if you’re not ahead of the curve, you’re behind,” she added. “It’s your job to keep up, so learn everything you can, absorb it like a sponge and keep going.”
Written by Erinn Bell ’14, Office of Communications intern
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