I joined Dynamic Control of North America, Inc. (Makers of Dynamat) in October 2011 as a graphic design temp-to-hire and received my full employment status on January 1, 2012. At Dynamic Control, I work directly with the owner and managing partner to gain experience in all aspects of design and mar… Read More
I joined Dynamic Control of North America, Inc. (Makers of Dynamat) in October 2011 as a graphic design temp-to-hire and received my full employment status on January 1, 2012. At Dynamic Control, I work directly with the owner and managing partner to gain experience in all aspects of design and marketing.
Prior to joining Dynamic Control, I was the solitary designer for both the Cincinnati and Dayton branches of Cassidy Turley (Commercial Real Estate Services) where I played a crucial role in their 2010 re-branding initiative.
In my free time, I like to find freelance work to keep busy. My experience ranges from magazine ads and invitations to web graphics and iPhone apps.
I enjoy giving back to the community through a menagerie of philanthropic endeavors including but not limited to Goodwill donations, the Boy Scouts of America and Keep Cincinnati Beautiful. I believe that donating my time and skills can be a great way to help people in need. I continue to offer my pro bono services to non-profit organizations such as, the Anthony Munoz Foundation and the Wellness Community.
I maintained a 3.5 GPA at the College of Mount Saint Joseph (MSJ) where I obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design. I have also taken several courses to advance my knowledge of web design at the Art Institute of Cincinnati. Prior to attending MSJ, I received my Associate degree from Antonelli College in Downtown Cincinnati. At Antonelli, I graduated Magna Cum Laude.
I hope to eventually become an accomplished Senior Designer for a creative and team-driven graphics firm. Working as an in-house designer has been a wonderful experience. I am now ready to work in a creative environment where good design is first priority. I strive to always be connected to the community through my work and offer a good example for future artists and designers.
Not only am I a Graphic Designer, I am also an experienced Sculptor/Painter. In college, I experimented with many forms of visual art, until I found a style that suited me well; the mixed-media style is known as “Found Object Sculpture.” I like the idea of turning mundane objects into art. I have also worked hard at perfecting my unique style of painting. It is very graphic-based with high contrast in color/texture and an extreme focus on the simplicity of a single object.