As an in-house Art Director for the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF), my team built best-of-class print and electronic training products and programs, and supported international communications and events serving the foodservice industry.
In photoshoots for the NRAEF, I learned a whole lot about the complexities of lighting bright white uniforms and stainless steel surfaces, but also how to depict technical and practical aspects accurately, and _____. I included needs for other in-house projects into major shoots to economize budget, and _____. Coordinating people, site details, technical aspects.
Sketching and Technical Drawing — knack for figuring things out —> ability to convey information and communicate this way: highly effective, at all levels, from shop floor to boardrooms — working drawings, articulating information.
I enjoy the technical aspects, figuring things out, boiling down to essentials, ultimately communicating effectively and efficiently.
At Columbia College Chicago, I produced student-focused events and programming for career development in creative fields. These included large-scale portfolio and talent reviews, guest speakers and networking functions as well as portfolio development sessions and consultation. Academic collaborators, support team, and major sponsors.
I've also lent _____ to creative community programming throughout Chicago, including Open End, Homeroom Chicago, THE2NDHAND, Elastic Arts, Comfort Station, and underground studio co-ops at 1240 N Homan and 4045 N Rockwell.
Custom murals have been an exciting way to _____. I enjoy creating site-specific, community-oriented, and _____ that poetically support organizational missions and programming objectives. I work directly with clients and collaborate with construction firms and on-site teams during construction phases.