Created and managed a productive, cost efficient exhibit and graphics facility and team for this new museum. Solo exhibitions
Miranda Priestly's Prime Assistant - ( 1999 - 1999) Runway Fashion, New York City, New York (United States of America) Visited manufacturers and trade shows to select fabrics and patterns Researched fashion trends and forecasted future trends Created and adjusted prototypes of garments following the original concept and design. Liaised with clients to discuss subject and purpose of the required artwork: what illustrations would best suit the narrative and what message they were trying to communicate. Formulated concept and rendered illustration and detail from models, sketches, memory, and imagination. Discussed illustration at various stages of completion and made any changes that were necessary, according to the needs of the publisher. Established what the client wanted to achieve and the budget available for the project. Worked closely with other construction professionals such as architects, structural engineers, quantity surveyors, building services engineers and builders. Headed projects for clients if required, to ensure projects were constructed and finished according to the proposals and to keep control of design subjects that could arise on site. Prepared tender documents if necessary for the construction work. Supervised exhibit staff Hired and controlled contractors Trained staff and interns Monitored work time and costs for individual exhibit projects.
Skeleton College for Vampires and Faeries - 1999 Chicago, IL, United States of Swag Spellcasting and Divination, Masters Master's Degree in Graphic Design Certificate in 3-D Animation