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3:30pm - 5:00pm EDT September 30

Non-Traditional Careers: A Journey from SU Architecture to Hollywood

Join us as we welcome Bradley Rubin ’05 (B. Arch.) back to campus. Rubin will share his professional journey from working in a traditional architecture firm early on, to his current experience as an art director for such films and TV series as “The Mandalorian,” “A Star is Born” and “Ghostbusters.”

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Bradley Rubin ’05 (B. Arch.)

Bradley Rubin ’05 (B.Arch.) is a production designer based in Los Angeles, California. Rubin was born in Puerto Rico and grew up crisscrossing the United States. Along the way, he developed an interest in experiential design, which led him to pursue a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Syracuse University. Upon graduation, Rubin worked at a design firm in Boston for three years before relocating to Los Angeles. He jump started his career in the film industry by working for free on student projects and as an art department assistant, where he learned how to apply his design background to visual storytelling. Since then, Rubin has enjoyed collaborating on over 20 films, including “The Mandalorian”, “Westworld”, “A Star Is Born”, “Ghostbusters”, “Our Flag Means Death”, and most recently “Thor: Love & Thunder”.