Amy Darby graduated from CCS in 1997 with a degree in Industrial Design. Her love for how things come together and what works best for the user are elements that inspire her projects. Darby first worked at Smith Group as an Interior Designer and was lucky enough to spend a short time on the McNamara Terminal project. She then went to Chrysler working as a Color & Materials Designer for almost 11 years. During her time at Chrysler she was able to work on every production vehicle, as well as a few show cars, her favorite being the first a Viper concept car that premiered at the 1999 NAIAS. After leaving Chrysler late 2008 she started teaching at CCS. Darby enjoys working with the students to see their true potential realized. Last year she spent just over a year at Michel Thierry/JCI fabrics as a Textile Designer.
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