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Iva Jericevic

Art Director

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
World traveler, hugger, fun-maker, art-lover and 80's-movie watcher.

Currently living in Bologna, Italy for a few months.

Work Experience

TribalDDB Worldwide

Junior Designer

January 2014 - Present Toronto, Ontario, Canada

GRIP LIMITED

Art Direction Apprentice

May 2013 - July 2013 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sid Lee

Art Director Intern

January 2013 - April 2013 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Improv In Toronto

Graphic Designer and Planning Team Member

September 2011 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The Ad Buzz

Global Content Team Member

Creating illustration articles
October 2012 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Humber Student's Federation

Banner Designer, Graphic Designer

August 2010 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Heartbeat 960

Sales Clerk, Shopkeeper

A community arts store on Queen Street West. Now closed.
February 2009 - April 2009 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Education

Earl Haig Secondary School

Diploma

Claude Watson Arts Program
September 2005 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Humber College

Bachelor of Creative Advertising

September 2009 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Languages

Italian (Beginner),
English (Native),
Serbian (Native),
French (Conversational),

Awards

Humber College

$14,000 Scholarship

Skills

Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Photography, Art Direction, Digital And Film Photography, Graphic Design, Hand Drawing, Illustration, Painting, Papercraft, Photo Manipulation, Seeing Things In A Fun Way, Street Art , Watercolour,

Volunteer Experience

Gibbon Rehabilitation Project, Thailand - May to June 2012
Toronto International Film Festival - September 2011
Humber Portfolio Show Volunteer - November 2011
Student Orientation at Humber College - August 2011
Images Festival Volunteer - April 2010
Distributing food to the Salvation Army - December 2009
Presentation on environmental impact at Leaside Public School to May 2008
Delisle Youth Gallery Volunteer - October 2007 to April 2008
Earth Rangers Animal Rehabilitation Centre - October 2005 to March 2006