PRATT MWP COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN
Diana Le is a Vietnamese-American artist born in Boston MA in 2001. She is currently a sophomore at PrattMWP and is planning to continue her studies in graphic design at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn campus. She was given PrattMWP’s Outstanding Freshman Award and earned the opportunity to display her work at The McCulley Gallery. Diana’s studies focus on graphic design but she also enjoys painting, sculpting, and illustrating with various traditional mediums. Despite ranking 3rd in her high school class, her love for the sciences, and knowing that her family’s true wish was for her to pursue a career in the medical field, she instead chose to stay true to her artistic passions. She hopes her future accomplishments and ambition as a designer become something they look on with pride.
IF THERE WERE NO BARRIERS AND CONSTRAINTS, WHAT PROJECT WOULD YOU WANT TO WORK ON?
I’m currently developing a story, as well as character and concept designs, that I would love to further develop into a full comic series or even an animated TV show. Additionally, I would like to share my work with a wider audience by expanding my online presence on various social media sites.
WHAT ARE YOU READING/LISTENING TO/WATCHING?
I am currently finishing up a book series called Market of Monster by Rebecca Schaeffer and I’m planning on reading Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim afterwards.
WHO IS SOMEONE YOU LOOK UP TO IN YOUR FIELD?
Bao Pham is a wonderful artist who I greatly admire. His artwork is very elegant and my favorite piece of his is titled “Rosewater.”