Tammy Moore

Portrait Artist, Illustrator, eLearning Designer

Blevins, AR, USA

Work Experience

Virtual Homeschool Group

eLearning Designer, Illustrator

Virtual Homeschool Group offers online courses to home school students and serves students throughout the world through at-your-own-pace and live, online courses. I am an instructor and create illustrations and e-learning material for the project. I work with Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Flash, and Captivate. I am working to learn Adobe Edge and HTML5 to prepare for the new cross-device world that more and more of the students are moving in to.
2004 - Arkansas, United States


Portrait Artist

I began my own children's portraiture business when my oldest son turned four. I found that the world of children was endlessly fascinating and it stirred my love for photography and portraiture. Originally I worked in watercolor and pencil and added digital in 2003 when I got my first Wacom tablet and archival quality canvas prints became available. I lived in Greenville, SC for most of the time I took portrait commissions so the body of my work is largely there; though, there is a fair number of pieces in homes here in rural Arkansas.
1992 - 2005 South Carolina, United States


Freelance Illustrator

I worked for a variety of firms through these years including creating and painting custom designs for The Popcorn Shoppe tins, a design firm that created mock ups for Yellow Page ads, newsletters and signage for small businesses in the Greenville, SC area.
1985 - 1992 South Carolina, United States

South Carolina Equestrian Magazine

Staff Illustrator

South Carolina Equestrian Magazine was a start up magazine focusing on the Piedmont area equestrian show circuit. The Trakehners were very popular at the time as well as the perennial favorites of Arabian and thoroughbreds. I cam on as the staff illustrator at the age of 21 by their third issue, the first one that was in color. I had grown up with a passion for horses, so you couldn't ask for a more enjoyable first professional position as an artist. Sadly, the magazine's circulation didn't grow as fast as the owners had hoped and they closed the magazine down after about a year and a half.
1984 - 1985 South Carolina, United States



Regional Juried Art Exhibition - honorable mention



Adobe Captivate, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Pencil, Watercolor,