I am a college graduate with a degree in Visual Arts. I am considerably skilled in several fields, including photography, silkscreening, graphic design and photo editing. I graduated from Mason Gross at Rutgers University.
I am hoping to attain a graphic design position in which advanced graphic and creative skills will produce a quality product for customers.
Post Production Intern- Redfog Visual Media Spring and Summer 2011
Assisted with file management and Prep, Assisted on set and with workflow management. Mainly worked with Image retouching in beauty and fashion.
Volunteer Identity Design- Lazos America Unida Fall 2009-Spring 2010
Worked with fellow students to redesign all print and publications for this non-profit organization
Volunteer Design Mentor- Beauty is in the Street March 2008-August 2008
Worked individually with students from local high school to produce digital prints for the Beauty is in the Street Exhibit in the Mason Gross gallery. The show also moved to the Bronx Center for the Arts.
Designer- The Targum Newspaper Fall 2005- Spring 2008
Designed Graphics for Rutgers University newspaper. Created visually appealing page layout.
Design Assistant- A Great Image! October 2006- May 2007
Created selection layers and masks for magazine layouts. Did photo retouching for magazine images.
Graphics Intern- The Gap Inc. Summer 2005
Created print ready art files consisting of 1-12 spot colors, process and linked images. Assisted with t-shirt art, patches and trim art as well as concept research.
Design Editor- The Columbian Newspaper Fall 2001- Spring 2004
Created page layouts, front-page design, and templates for school newspaper. Editor in charge of full newspaper design.
Mason Gross University, Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ Completed December 2009
BA in Visual Arts, Concentration in Graphic Design
Adobe Suite, including Photoshop and InDesign.
Awards: University Dean’s List, Design Editor for “The Columbian” school newspaper while it received Gold Medalist ranking for its third consecutive year from the Columbia University Scholastic Press Association