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Dan White '92

Alumni Success Story

Dan White '92

“Art has always been a part of my life,” said Dan White ’92, a freelance artist. “It’s like a family business. My father was a painter, and so is my oldest sister. My son paints as well—and he’s very good!”

White is a published illustrator and cartoonist and has presented many solo exhibitions in Nyack, his home community, and group exhibitions in Nyack, Piermont, Spring Valley and Brooklyn, NY. His work has been captured on the walls of Starbucks in Nyack, in the pages of a local publication, and on his blogs, Sarah Loves Picnics and Uncle Otto’s Free Fun Coloring Pages.

After graduating from North Rockland High School, White had no plans to attend college until his mother and sister, both RCC graduates, encouraged him to attend. “Where high school seemed so rigid and aimless, RCC made that educational connection I never received in public school. For the first time, I felt as if learning really mattered.”

After graduating from RCC, he earned a BA in Creative Writing from SUNY New Paltz in 1995. From 1998 to 2015 he worked as a production editor in the publishing department of the Practising Law Institute, a firm that provides continuing legal education seminars, books, treatises, webcasts and audio briefings for lawyers.

 

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