Meet our Blogger: Tori
London, Spring 2016
December 18, 2015

Tori B - London - Fall 15

Tori was selected as an SAI scholarship recipient and blogger for the Spring 2016 term. She is a current student at Rochester Institute of Technology studying at University of the Arts London in the UK  during the Spring 2016 term.


  1. I have a really unique voice. When people meet me they usually either ask if it’s real or if I’ve ever thought about voice acting.
  2. I recently discovered bouldering (a physically and mentally challenging form of unharnessed rock climbing) and I absolutely love it.
  3. My freshman year of college I had art hanging in the Hall of Congress- unfortunately I have yet to get it back! :(
  4. I have a pet turtle who likes to wear raspberry hats.
  5. Over the past summer I had a chance to work on the special effects team of a horror film. Because of this I can say I’ve sprayed fake blood out of a fire extinguisher.
  6. Back at Rochester Institute of Technology I have had the chance to work with a variety of game design teams developing artwork for mobile, desktop and card games.
  7. I am a student ambassador and tour guide- I really love meeting and talking with prospective students and their families.
  8. I love outdoor activities, I have been on quite a few backpacking and canoeing trips and am always game for another.
  9. I screen print a lot.
  10. I just learned how to ride a bike in the beginning of this year!

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