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David Cole - Freelance Sci Fi Art & Presentation Design
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David V. Cole 31750 Landau Blvd A65 Cathedral City, CA 92234 Professional Experience 7/2005 391st Training Support Squadron USAF Civil Service Vandenberg, AFB Lompoc, CA Astronautics Instructor GS-1712-11 Taught Jr. Air Force officers a short course in (“Space Mission Analysis and Design”) otherwise known as SMAD. Classification Top Secret. My area of expertise was teaching Orbital Mechanics. My Supervisor was Captain Erin Bradley 805-688-8291. The level of instruction was on the post doc level. I had to leave this position due to my wife’s illness in Arizona. 11/1988 – 11/1995 McDonnell Douglas Corp (now Boeing) 13100 Space Center Blvd Houston, Texas 77058 Mr. Daryl Warner Supervisor 713-244-4043 Senior Systems Engineer (secret clearance required) I was assigned to the astronaut office at the Johnson Space Center Houston Texas. My primary duties were to conduct complex research of design development requirements and translate them into design criteria. Also test procedures for space station avionics systems. Duties included to conceptualize and define operational parameters of the electrical power & distribution system. Responsibilities included identifying operational constraints and real time correctional procedures. I also developed documentation per NASA standards for implementation of system test solutions. I assisted NASA upper management in planning design approaches for space station avionics. Further, participated with the space station design team planning launch requirements for station payloads for assembly on orbit. Integrated solutions with other engineering departments and gathered astronaut office. Inputs. Was Also responsible for working on the development team writing the RFQ and RFP’s for the manufacture and sustaining engineering of the system . The RFQ/RFP’; included the specifications we developed to meet design requirements, SOW (statement of work), timeline for stage and project development, qualifications of personnel, material specifications, location of work, constraint identification , conflict resolution , identification of lead manager for each stage identified in the SOW., timeline for development and completion, weekly progress report from the project manager. Further a complete cost breakdown by stage development per the program budget allocation. All documentation generated were reported to NASA upper management. This position required you to interface across all engineering disciplines on the NASA and prime contractor side requiring excellent communications skills.I reported at a weekly staff meeting to the chief astronaut providing updates to him and his staff on the design development progress. I also interfaced on a weekly basis with the NASA program management office in Washington, D. C. Finally I participated in preliminary and critical design reviews traveling to the contractor and NASA headquarters. I worked as a member of the integration development team. April 1982 to July 1986 Life Sciences Division, Krug International Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX Biomedical Engineer Training Specialist Mission Control (secret clearance required) Primary duties were to research and develop contingency plans for medical treatment of in-flight crews in shuttle, EVA and space station operations. Further requirements were to assist the flight surgeon in developing rescue operations also. This required a strong background in Bio Astronautics. Developed classroom and simulation instructions for astronauts and support crews in EVA suit interface and data analysis. Also responsible for developing and teaching procedures for ESA (European Space Agency) flight surgeons in mission control supporting shuttle inflight and EVA procedures.. . . . I interfaced very heavily with civilian officials in developing rescue procedures for contingency operations at Cape Kennedy (USAF Det 5). Conferred with and wrote procedures for health impact studies on the population in the event of a catastrophic failure in a shuttle launch. Further, I developed a complete cost breakdown, DOD interface and responsibilities OIC (officer in charge) . I was required to operate the biomedical console in mission control during all shuttle flights including EVA operations. Monitoring all biomedical suit parametes and reporting to the flight surgeon any and all anomolies. Also interfaced with flight director any system impacts affecting crew safety. This required a through knowledge of on board systems. My main area of responsibility was to monitor the “Environmental Control and Life Support System” for any and all impacts to the crew health and all EVA suit parameters for performance.. Sept 1978 to April 1982 Ford Aerospace & Communications Johnson Space Center Houston Space Center Flight Systems Training Instructor (secret clearance required) Primary duties to instruct astronauts and support engineers in the in-flight operation of the Shuttle Electrical Power System and associated avionics. Instructions were taught in the one to one shuttle single systems trainer and in shuttle. Subjects included identification of all related instrumentation for nominal and of nominal operation. Astronauts were required to be thoroughly trained in the operation in the operation of the system in all flight phases including contingency operations and troubleshooting. My responsibility was the electrical interface with all of the primary systems. 9/1995 -2/2000 Glendale Community College 6000 W. Olive Ave Glendale, AZ 85302 623-845-3520 Manny Griego, Dept Chair Electronic Technology ( Instructor) My primary duties were to instruct 1st and 2nd year students in basic and advanced Electronic theory and manufacturing technology of computer chips. I also taught troubleshooting procedures for analog and digital circuits, mathematics for electronics, visual basic programming and ISO procedures. Additional subjects were ISO 9000 procedures, some 6 sigma and QA 9000. I also participated in developing job placement strategies for graduating students. 7/1988 – 8/1995 Alvin Community College 3110 Mustang Rd Alvin, Texas 77511 Dr. John Bethschieder, Dean of Ed 713-388-4803 Department Chair, Electronic Technology, / I was responsible for establishing a new curriculum for the electronic technology department. I was responsible for writing all RFP’s RFQ’s for any and all phases of electronic equipment. The primary concentration was on petrochemical technology.I coordinated and recruited outside petrol chemical plant managers as advisors for the new program never before offered at any community college in Texas. Instrumentation technology was designed by the advisory committee of managers I directed. Further, I obtained a grant request to the plant manager of Exxon for lab equipment for the college that was successful (1/2 million dollars worth) Further duties included writing advertisements for requiting new qualified instructors and support personnel for the department The implementation of this new curriculum was a success and enrolled over two hundred the first year and continues today with the same success. 2007 to 2008 Albuquerque Job Corps Center 1500 Indian School Rd. NW Albuquerque, NM 87104 575-346-2562 Dept. OA Admissions Counselor/ Career Advisor/Unemployment Counselor I was assigned to the workforce development office in Roswell, NM. Duties were to maintain ongoing outreach throughout the state of New Mexico contacting veteran’s organizations for recently discharged vets, adult probation officials, prospective high school graduates and other community organizations. I interviewed with a cross section of the community Black, White, Hispanic, Native American too name a few. I achieved a high rate of success with all groups applying for benefits and placement in job training centers in state and out, to meet the needs of the applicants. Further duties included interfacing with directors of the training centers to facilitate and coordinate the proper training guidelines for the individual to succeed. Age range for the applicants was from 14 to 26 with counseling provided for individuals over the age limit Education BS Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, Texas 1974 AAS Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas 1972 State of Arizona College Teachers Certification-Electronic Technology State of Texas College Teachers Certification Vocational Electronics Certificates USAF Instructor Certification/Certificate Vandenberg, AFB, CA 7/2005 Managing Multiple Projects- Johnson Space Center , Houston TX 1995 Effective Project Management Johnson Space Center , Houston TX 1995 Project Management Skills Johnson Space Center , Houston TX 1996 TQM Johnson Space Center , Houston TX 1992 Failure Mode Effect Analysis, Southern Methodist University 1992 Published in National Instruments In Academia 1996 edition Awards NASA Group Achievement Award, Shuttle Launch and landing Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center Group Achievement Award, Shuttle Medical Operations References Captain Erin Bradley USAF, Vandenberg AFB, CA 805-688-8291. Dr. Carol Johnson Gateway, Tech College, Kenosha, WI 414-656-6969 3. Manny Griego, Dept Chair Electronic Tech, Glendale College 623-845-3520 4. Dr. John Bethschieder, Dean of Ed 713-388-4803, Alvin Community College Feel free to check with any of my past employers and references
Cathedral City, California, United States
Kyla Yager - Freelance Art & Drawing
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Education Bachelor of Fine Arts: Visual Arts 2013 – 2018 York University, Toronto, ON • Recipient of the Jack Bush Scholarship Fund Award 2016 Certificate of Artistry: Visual Arts 2009 – 2013 Lusher Charter School, New Orleans, Louisiana Exhibitions Featured Work: Claustrophobic Tendencies by Kyla Yager 2020 6th Annual Colorful Abstractions Online Juried Art Exhibition, Fusion Art https://www.fusionartps.com/6th-annual-colorful-abstractions-art-exhibition-december-2020/#gallery/e82c6cac2bf9d5d86cbf8e07d059afa9/3643 Symposium: Video Exhibit, Group Exhibition, Featured Artist 2020 CreativeUTO, www.creativeuto.ca/shop-kyla-yager-artwork Cope for the Best by Visual Artist Kyla Yager 2020 – Present The Social Distancing Festival, www.socialdistancingfestival.com ARTMoor! Exhibiting Artist Kyla Yager, Solo Exhibition 2020 Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center, New Orleans, LA Artwork for display and sale, Storefront 2019 – Present Fly Right Galaxy Gift & Studio, New Orleans, LA RAW Washington, DC: IMPACT, Group Showcase 2019 Howard Theatre, Washington, DC Artscape on Benning, Group Exhibition 2018 Market 7 DC, Washington, DC RAW Toronto: ENVISION, Group Showcase 2018 MOD Club Theatre, Toronto, ON, Canada Dirty Talk Art Show 013, Group Exhibition 2018 Smiling Buddha, Toronto, ON, Canada Dirty Talk Art Show 012, Group Exhibition 2018 Smiling Buddha, Toronto, ON, Canada Dirty Talk Art Show 009, Group Exhibition 2017 The Round Venue, Toronto, ON, Canada Parts per Million: Painting and Print Media, Group Exhibition 2017 Gales Gallery, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada For Some Odd Reason, Joint Exhibition 2017 Eleanor Winters Art Gallery, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada Marginal Boredom, Solo Exhibition 2013 The Cave Gallery, Lusher Charter School, New Orleans, LA Perception, Solo Exhibition 2012 The Cave Gallery, Lusher Charter School, New Orleans, LA Publications Featured Artwork You So Silly and Trippy Drippy 2020 – 2021 Button Eye Review, Online Literary Magazine https://buttoneyereview.com/2020/10/15/this-could-be-anywhere-in-the-world-by-robert-ball/ https://buttoneyereview.com/2021/01/20/two-poems-3/ Featured Artist in Art Habens Biennial Edition, 2020 Interview and Artworks in Magazine’s 30-page spread Featured Artwork Trippy Drippy 2020 Beyond Words Literary Magazine Issue 6, page 51 Generations from Memory Book photo series (2015) 2020 Page 9 of Murze Issue Ten 2020 Commissioned Work Quotes, Wall Lettering/Font Project (hand-painted quotes in “Soos” font) 2021 Commissioned by The Little Campus, Toronto, ON Trees, Wall Mural Project (hand-painted 5x7ft. tree, 1 per classroom) 2021 Commissioned by The Little Campus, Toronto, ON Harmonic Fugue, Album Cover Artwork 2020 Commissioned by Composer Sam Kohler, New Orleans, LA Amsterdam That’s Cool, Mural Art 2019 Commissioned by The Flying Pig, Amsterdam, Netherlands Synchromy No. 2, Album Cover Artwork 2016 Commissioned by Composer Sam Kohler, New Orleans, LA Work Experience Art Specialist 2020 Jewish Community Center Summer Camp, Metairie, LA Vending Artist for Kyla Yager Artwork 2020 Palace Market Frechmen, New Orleans, LA Supply Teacher in Arts Subjects 2019 – 2020 Lusher Charter School, New Orleans, LA Art Salesperson and Studio Assistant 2019 – 2020 Pete’s Papercrafts, Palace Market Frenchmen, New Orleans, LA Poetry and Writing Coach 2018 – 2019 Lincoln Middle School, DC SCORES, Washington, DC Art Teacher’s Assistant 2010 Jewish Community Center Summer Camp, New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Rachel Arnold - Freelance Photography & Portrait Photography
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I am a photographer from South Florida. I have been doing photography for nearly 10 years. I attended photography school and I am very proficient in the technical and artistic sides of photography. More info to come...
Fort Pierce, Florida, United States
Tinashe Maphosa - Freelance Graphic Design & Print Ad Design
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I am a graphic designer as well as the marketing member of the company.I do Embroidery,silk screening as well as pad printing. My turn-around time for Embroidery is 2 days for anything less than 2000 and 3 days for 3000- 5000 items. This also depends on the size of the design. My cell is 071 119 3429.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Susie Acton-Adams - Freelance Animal Illustration & Art
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$35
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Born in rural New Zealand my favorite medium has always been animals and landscapes. I have a background in fashion and farming but drawing has always been my outlet from the day job. Throughout my life I seem to be directed into the industry for children, be it sewing reusable nappy's to illustrating children's books. I love this area, as you can let your imagine fly and ‘make believe’ appears on paper. I enjoy using watercolor and pencil. I would love to have the opportunity to illustrate as a full time career. I am professional and have a natural talent for the look and feel of a story.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Nirmal rajkumar - Freelance Software Testing & Business Writing
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$40
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Hello I have 8+ years of Software Testing experience in banking domain with graduation in Commerce – Computer Applications, Certified Scrum Master CSM and PRINCE2 Practitioner. Test Lead expertise in various banking clients involving development of client-server and multi-tier distributed web applications, banking domain knowledge, testing skills, agile testing management, dedication towards work and self-motivation will make me a proven asset for your organization. Associated with leading banking clients, I am proficient in Payments testing includes SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area), Equens, XML and SWIFT messages, tools like Global Pay Plus (GPP), Clear2Pay (C2P) and various in-house banking applications. I was involved in test planning and management, process advancement proposals, performing extensive complex analysis of business needs and documenting business/functional testing artifacts. Possessing excellent analytical, interpersonal skills and ability to organize tasks according to priority is why I have garnered constant appreciation from clients and management.
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Heather Lynn - Freelance Article Writing & Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
$11
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Young, aspiring writer seeking to network and grow as an independent contractor in various fields of writing. I have experience in multiple topics, and can also do some data entry, data scraping, customer support, and various other topics.
Edison, New Jersey, United States
Ronald Weed - Freelance Illustration & Technical Illustration
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Illustrator, designer, traditional artist, photographer, working in 2D and 3D. Professional history: Worked in web design, on a Microsoft project named- "Sidewalk". Worked in automotive industry as a drafting detailer and as a technical illustrator. Did a short stint in printing prepress. Now working as a freelance illustrator and designer. Look forward to serving your creative needs. Always offering a good value for your money.
United States
Peter Gerba - Freelance Article Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Leadership, Goal-Orientation, Strong Communicator, Planner, Negotiator Very strong leadership and management skills with the ability to develop well thought out plans. Highly efficient and effective professional with the integrity and the foresight to provide and communicate the company’s vision and objectives to others. An action-oriented manager who is able to provide structure, policies and procedures while designing strategies which work toward the achievement of company objectives. A very strong negotiator. - Skilled in developing new business opportunities with a focus on prospecting / outbound calling campaigns - Experienced in utilizing the computer during and after customer interface - Highly knowledgeable about handling incoming calls generated from marketing campaigns - Expert in communications, both written and oral - Able to meet or exceed monthly productively goals and objectives - Outgoing personality and the ability to relate well with others - Capable of creating sales proposals and presentations - Proficient with training, educating, teaching, mentoring, inspiring, guiding, negotiating, closing sales EDUCATION Master of Arts, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ - Educational Leadership - Thesis “Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support System” - Earned a Principal’s Certificate Bachelor of Science, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ - Journalism major - History minor - Pulliam Scholarship for Outstanding Work at a College Newspaper. EXPERIENCE Blu Fi Lending, Carlsbad, CA 2010-2011 Start-up company specializing in online services as a direct lender and mortgage banker utilizing non-commissioned bankers, low rates and fees, designed to assist the customer to source product and services on the Internet. Loan Officer trainee / Customer Service Specialist Reported to the Sales Manager. Responsible for following up on leads via telemarketing; handed incoming calls, facilitated business development, sales and customer service issues. Maintained records of calls and associated prospects via Excel spreadsheet. Participated in sales meetings. - Pre-screened calls, verified credit quality; Result: Handed quality pre-screened calls to Mortgage Bankers to meet sales and business development objectives. - Trained newly hired customer service representatives; shadowed; taught scenarios; Result: Trained four (4) Customer Service Specialists who were quickly able to assume assigned duties. - Hired for a Loan Officer trainee position; Result: Passed the California Mortgage License examination. - Attended sales meetings, reviewed goals, policies and numbers from the previous week; Result: Became more effective in the sales process; quickly learned product knowledge. - Trained on newly installed Lead Software, a more comprehensive package; Result: Mentored other Sales Department personnel having difficulty learning the new system. - Averaged 220 to 320 phone calls per day; Result: Generated screened leads for the Mortgage Bankers. U. S. Census Bureau, Sutland, MD headquarters; San Diego region 2010 Responsible for the collection of demographic data for the 10 year nationwide census. Enumerator Reported to the Temecula-area Crew Leader. Responsible for planning work by reviewing the assignment area to determine organization of neighborhoods and locate households for conducting interviews. Conducted interviews in assigned areas following stringent guidelines and confidentiality laws; explained to residents the purpose of the interview; answered questions; followed a script. Completed census forms. Complied with accuracy standards while maintaining high production rates. - Assessed quality control levels on selected addresses; Result: Determined which samples passed or failed; maintained records for quality control verification. - Received additional assignment areas by the Crew Leader; Result: Discovered that previously assigned Enumerator was prevaricating and was not actually conducting the required research. - Accompanied a novice employee to remote areas; Result: Obtained the required information. Dr. Charles P. Gerba; University of Arizona 2004-2011 Freelance editor/researcher Responsible for editing scientific articles to conform to required style, photograph assignments for college level text book, researching for articles and books, data collecting and organizing for various publications. - Given various assignments to compete with deadlines; Result: meet all assignment to satisfaction or above satisfactory meeting all deadlines. Marana United School District, Marana, AZ 2002-2009 School district comprising 17 schools in Pima County, AZ. 13,000 students, 1,700 employees, covering 550 square miles of land. High School Teacher, Mountain View High School, 2006-2009 Reported to the Principal. Taught Freshmen, Junior and Senior English, Creative Writing, and Journalism. Responsible for managing classes ranging from 20 to 45 students. Prepared and implemented lesson plans to follow state and district curriculum. Maintained accurate academic and behavioral records of all students. High School Teacher, Marana Career and Technical High School, 2002-2006 Reported to the Principal. Taught the “At-Risk” high school students suffering behavioral and credit problems. Taught Freshman, Junior and Senior English, Journalism, newspaper, AIMS writing, reading and math preparation. - Worked with English teachers to create horizontal and vertical alignment of curriculum; Result: Clear curriculum flowed from year to year with a purpose and direction. Communicated with students’ legal guardians, teachers, and other school personnel regarding student performance; Result: Maintained positive communications during difficult events and discussions. - Revised all 8 semesters of high school English; Result: Aligned the district and state curriculum. - Negotiated district policy and monetary items for 2 years as part of the Table Team for Final Negotiations; Result: Presented package to association Executive Board. - Helped align district payroll procedures to meet state laws and best practices; Result: Improved efficiency and facilitated passing the next state audit. - Created a “Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support” system for the school; Result: Wrote a Master’s dissertation based on the outcome; Internship for Principal Certification. Fountain Fort Carson School District, Fountain, CO 2000-2001 Language Arts Teacher - Noted a lack of internal communications among the student body; Result: Taught journalism, writing and publishing skills; created newspaper club, advised photography club. Buckeye Union High School, Buckeye, AZ 1999-2000 English Teacher - Took control of a minimal newspaper; performed a turnaround; created a bi-lingual newspaper; Result: Received praise and accolades from teachers, management and students. EDUCATION ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES Awarded “Eagle Scout” Marana Education Association Building Representative, 6 years, Negotiations Representative, 5 years Negotiations “Table Team,” 2 years; Association Negotiations Chair, one year; MEA Secretary, 1 year; MEA Newsletter Editor, 1 year; Lobbied for Education, 2 years District Representative, Arizona Education Association, 4 year; District Representative, NEA, 2 years
San Diego, California, United States
Antonio Martin - Freelance Graphic Design & Magazine Design
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ANTONIO MARTÍN Portfolio http://osenperilla.deviantart.com · Blog http://121jigovatios.blogspot.com/ Illustration · Storyboard · Comic · Concept Design · Animation · Pixel Art Graphic Design · Page Layout · Video Edition · Blogging · Community Management Highly creative and multitalented Graphic Artist who is passionate about illustration, media arts and technology. Has extensive knowledge with experience in multimedia, video and print design. Is always eager for self-improvement, to learn new techniques in order to stay current. Dynamic team player that takes initiative to contribute effective and creative solutions utilizing extensive technical knowledge. Exceptional collaborative and interpersonal skills, willing to embrace and provide constructive criticism. Detail oriented designer that utilizes good design theory and ethics in order to maximize the effectiveness of the message. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Manager / Owner – KAME HOUSE COMICS, Barcelona, Spain (2006-2009) Created business plan and designed the commercial environment as well as the publicity campaign to promote the store. Carried out daily duties with focused attention to customer service. Developed loyalty and incentive programs without neglecting advertising sales strategies and the relationship with distributors. Key Accomplishments: · Brought into operation the store to fill a gap in the market. · Successfully increased sales with marketing campaigns. · Increased clientele and recurrent sales with loyalty programs. · Established trusting relationships with customers and vendors. Video Editor – FRAMES & PRODUCTIONS, Barcelona, Spain (2004-2005) Captured video for non-linear editing using Premiere, integrated visual effects and composition plug-ins from third-party developers. Edited audio and improved defective recordings. In charge of DVD authoring of wedding and commercial reports. Designed DVD covers. Digitalized 8mm and other analog recordings. Key Accomplishments: · Developed an efficient work system to increase productivity. · Introduced innovative and creative solutions to modernize the visual look of the reports. Lay Out Designer – DUPLEX 2002, Barcelona, Spain (2003) Produced a weekly real estate trade journal (68 to 100 pages) under extremely tight deadlines. Developed new layout systems that increased the quality of production and overall publication design. Provided proposals for logo and identity design for new advertisers. Retouched, enhanced images and scanned texts with OCR software. Exported final layouts to PDF for the publication print. Key Accomplishment: · Standardized layouts that avoided time loss and improved productivity. · Provided new work methods to reduce time of production, like the use of OCR software. · Trained the advertisers to send texts and images in the necessary dimensions and by the designated deadline. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING Layout designer – EL DíA DE CORDOBA Newspaper, Cordoba, Spain (2001) Designed the layout of daily newspaper and consulted with editors and journalists. Scanned, retouched, enhanced images and applied last-minute corrections. Prepared and sent final sheets to the printers. Editor-in-Chief – CAMPUS DE LA UAB Magazine, Barcelona, Spain (2001) Search topical issues for the magazine. Part of the editorial board to decide the content of the publication. Coordinated a group of 10 journalists to elaborate the news and reports. Corrected their texts to ensure that the work of each one blended to form a smooth final product. Other experience: Illustrator for Vampiros de Mentes, 2002. Graffiti and Stage Designer for El Zoo d’en Pitus, TV3 (Calalunya TV). 2000. Contributor Journalist for Delta de Llobregat (Local newspaper), 1994-1995. Designer of Commercial Establishments Facades, 1993-1998. More details upon request. TECHNICAL AND LANGUAGE PROFICIENCIES Skills: Animation, Illustration (Computer & Hand-drawn), Commercial Design, Typography, Logo & Identity Design, Page Layout, Image Retouching & Enhancement. Platforms: Mac OS X, Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7. Tools & Software: Photoshop & ImageReady; QuarkXpress & InDesign; Premiere Pro; Pinacle Hollywood FX, Boris FX & Boris Red FX; Adobe Audition; Adobe DVD Encore; 3D Studio Max; Toonz; Freehand; Dreamweaver & Arachnophilia; Microsoft Office. Programming Languages: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, ASP and PHP. Languages: English – Cambridge First Certificate B2 level (upper-intermediate) Spanish – Native language Catalan – Level C Certificate (advanced) Japanese – Level 4 Yonkyuu (elementary) EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS Bachelor in Journalism, 2001 Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra (Barcelona), Spain. DIPLOMAS · Animation Cinema & Video (25 hours). Servei d’Ocupació de Catalunya. E-learning. 2010. · Web Design (350 hours). Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain. 2002. · Computer Graphics for Audiovisual Media (350 hours). Escoles Professionals Salesianes de Sarrià. Barcelona, Spain. 2001. · Advance Design and 2D Animation (800 hours). CAST-INFO. Barcelona, Spain. 1998. · Manga Drawing (72 hours). JOSO Comic and Visual Arts Center. Barcelona, Spain, 1998. · Comic and Illustration (130 hours). Escola d’Amics de L’Art d’El Prat de Llobregat. Barcelona, Spain, 1997-1998. · Illustration Processing (240 hours). CEAC Educational Center. Barcelona, Spain, 1997. · Local Journalism (60 hours). Delta de Llobregat Newspaper. El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain, 1996. · Video and Short Film Shooting (80 hours). La Capsa Contemporary Culture Center. El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain, 1994-1995. · Graffiti (80 hours). La Capsa Contemporary Culture Center. El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain, 1994-1995. · Video Creation (50 hours). Salvador Dalí H. S. El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain, 1992.
Farmingdale, New York, United States