Teague first met PGAV Destinations at a career fair. At the time, he was too young for an internship, but he showed them his portfolio anyway. PGAV was impressed, reserving him an internship the following year. After a successful stint, Teague joined the PGAV Team, and recently graduated from an interior architecture master’s program at Kansas State University.
On his first day, Teague was tasked with sketching a log flume ride in Korea. Within a month, he was modeling sea turtles and coral for another project. Each day brings a new creative challenge to tell a relatable, exciting story with fleshed-out supportive details with designs that excite the imagination of the user.
“PGAV has been a phenomenal place for me to get started out of school because it’s really flexible. PGAV is willing to not only change but change fairly drastically from the established norm—it’s very welcoming of change.”
“I think the focus of every day is continual betterment of yourself, and the people around you will feed off of that. If you have a task, do it well, do it efficiently, and you’ll succeed.”