Goals
Work-oriented, career-driven graphic designer with growing professional repertoire. Has desire to expand and learn while further developing and utilizing graphic design, photography, and other creative skills. 
Qualifications
Technical experience includes Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator,  Audition, and Premiere Pro. Familiarity with HTML and CSS. Basic experience with Microsoft Office and 3D modeling software. 
Eight years as graphic designer at Portneuf Valley Brewing. Duties include product branding, advertising in various media, website development and management, social media oversight, poster and brochure design, copywriting, email newsletter campaigns, and various other tasks as required.
Over a year at Employees Wanted Magazine designing color and black and white advertisements for clients under stringent deadlines.
Completed undergraduate program with a 3.82 GPA. Completed courses in art history, typography, layout, illustration, graphic design, photography, advertising, marketing, gender, communication, and more.
Education
Idaho State University 
Fall 2011 - Fall 2017
Completed a BA in Communication, Media, and Persuasion with an emphasis in Design.
Job History
Portneuf  Valley Brewing 
Oct. 2007 - July 2013 / Jan. 2016 - Present
Working as graphic designer, creating visually exciting advertisements and brand identities, writing informative copy for various media sources, maintaining top of mind awareness for the community and visitors. Duties include crafting menus, brochures, business cards, billboards, posters, tee shirts, and other point of sale and off-site marketing materials as needed.
American AdBag
Sept. 2013 - Aug. 2014
Proofed various artwork ensuring quality printing. Redrew raster artwork as vector. Solved problems as they arose.
KISU 91.1 FM
June 2008 - Oct. 2012 / Sept. 2014 - Jan. 2016
Wrote, recorded, and edited ad copy for underwriters.  Assembled and edited audio files into completed programs for airplay. Hosted weekly radio show, recorded spots, and engineered live remote broadcasts.
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