Larissa Herbert 6904 Marigot Rd. NW Albuquerque, New Mexico 87120 (505) 352-4975
Websites: http://lalalarissa.tripod.com/index.html (personal)
http://larissaherbert.carbonmade.com (graphic design)
Fine Art degree that provided training and experience in graphic principles and techniques. Continuing education to stay update with latest programs and trends as well as electronic and print media. Great customer service skills and works well in-group problem solving. Oral communicator in meetings: asks questions, listens, and participates. Uses time efficiently: sets and meets goals in timely manner. Good work ethics: keeps commitments and respects others. Provides close attention to details while multi-tasking. Professional attitude at work: honest, dependable, quick learner, and team oriented.
B.F.A., concentration in Photography and Painting. May 2009, University of New Mexico. Creative Adobe Suites 3 and 5.5 classes at CNM, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Spring 2012.
Graphic Artist, Freelance, Alb., N.M., 10/09 to present.
Logo design for Social Logic Institute and Memorable Notions. Create rough drafts for client to review and fine tune any adjustments needed to satisfy the client. Provided model release forms and images for trade shows and website for Paradigm Physical Therapy. Photograph people for weddings as well as engagement and reception parties. Created invoices for the assignments, as well as CD of finished images, for clients.
Photographer, Kim Jew Photography Studios, Alb., N.M. 6/05 to 10/09.
Photograph high school seniors, families, and children. Responsible for maintaining camera room and equipment. Color balance, adjust exposure, edit, process, and retouch images before presenting to clients. Work with different lighting techniques such as strobe, window, and outdoor lighting.
Photographer, Daily Lobo UNM Newspaper, Alb., N.M. 8/04 to 5/05.
Attended events on and around University area, and photographed them for articles. Used Nikon DH1’s and D200’s with zoom lens. Did not alter images in due to ethical guidelines and standards of photojournalism.
Able to operate Macintosh or Windows workstations. Knowledge of CS5.5 Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, CS3 Dreamweaver, and Word. Willing and able to learn others.
Have personal workspace to create mixed media paintings and photo prints. Design photo books for personal albums using Blurb and Shutterfly. Create page layouts in InDesign for birthday invitations using own graphics. Working on image for book cover, as well as art for a comic book.
“Egomotion” fall of 2008, F; The Gallery, Alb., N.M.
“Workflow” fall of 2007, Petting Zoo, Alb., N.M.
“Eleven” spring of 2006, Yale Gallery, Alb. N.M.