Brent Luecke


Brent Luecke



University of Arkansas



Bachelor Degree in Art with emphasis in Visual Design


What interests you most about your new internship?

The most interesting thing about my internship at The Belford Group is learning to adapt and problem solve on multiple tasks in one day. This matters to me because I feel like this is a valuable lesson to learn before I’m thrown to the sharks in future jobs that I undertake.


What skill do you think you will enjoy using most in your job and why?

The most enjoyable skill that I will use most is my creativity through graphics which is really where my passion lies. I love to create graphics for others that will hopefully inspire and intrigue them to dive into and experience what I have created.
If you could create a children’s book, what would it be about and what role would you play in creating it?

I would make a children’s book that involves playful dinosaurs. I would be part of the design/drawing team creating illustrations for the book. Drawing is a huge passion of mine, side by side, to graphic design.


If you could accomplish a dream hobby, what would it be and why?

A dream hobby would be to have a career in game design, whether it’s designing concept art, modeling landscapes, or really any part of a design team in the gaming industry.


What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received and how did you apply it to your life?

Stay confident in everything you do, no matter what. I apply this in my life by keeping my head up high and pushing through all of life’s obstacles, big or small. Confidence is an extremely important aspect of almost everything I encounter in my life, so learning this skill and utilizing it has enhanced my experiences thus far and will enhance those to come.


If you could write your own personal tagline, what would it be?

Live life not by anticipating the future or enduring the past, but rather live life day by day because those days that have been wasted to the unknowns of the future or the struggles of the past will be lost forever.