Kerianne Garston

Freelance Drawer & Architectural Illustrator

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Location:Rhode Island, United States
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/keriannegarston
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Education:
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Interior Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Completed: May 2011

Additional Courses Completed:
Oil Painting Rhode Island School of Design: Summer 2009
Geology University of Rhode Island: Summer 2009

Experience:

Oyster Works LLC.: Architecture, Design, Project Management
Charlestown, RI
(401) 213-6722
Summer 2010, Winter 2011.
Intern: Worked directly with the architect and client to develop cabinet designs, material and color palettes for Charlestown Wine and Spirits. Prepared hand drawn renderings for client presentations.

Jeanette Connors Home
Westerly, RI
(401) 596-6298
Summers 2008-2009
Worked with designer from concept to install on residential design and decor projects in Upper Saddle River, NJ, Watch Hill and Newport, RI. Took on site measurements for window treatments, computer drafted designs and pulled materials for the client.

Garston Sign Supplies Inc.
East Hartford, CT
(860) 289-3040
Summers 2005-2007
Administrative clerical work.

Skills:
- Hand Drafting & Rendering: Pen, Ink, Pencil and Marker on Mylar and Vellum
- Model Making: Chip Board, Museum Board, Bass Wood, Foam Board, Plexi Glass and Laser Cutter
- Coordination of Furnishings and Materials
- Computer Software: AutoCad 2007-11, Google: SketchUp 8, Adobe CS3-4: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop,
Microsoft Office: Word, Excel and Powerpoint.

Objective:
Seeking a position, where I can utilize my education and skills in an environment of designers who think beyond the
everyday experience of life and whose spatial awareness is the catalyst to continuous conversations about aesthetics
and design. Having been trained in the design of large scale spaces with an emphasis on exploring complete solutions
to environmental, interior and architectural challenges, I have a strong awareness of the design process and realize the
importance of creating and maintaining a solid relationship between the designer and client.