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Industrial Designer, Footwear Designer, Innovator
Envision your world in design, for every concept has potential for reality.
Design, Footwear technology, Performance cars, Digital Photography, Modern Architecture, Woodworking, Drumming, Mountain Biking, Fitness, Mixed Martial Arts, Optimism, Invention, Innovation.
•Design and Development for Callaway Golf Footwear
•Produce sketches, concept renderings, color design, and material sourcing for 2015
•Conduct pattern corrections and blueprint revisions in close collaboration with factories
•Focused study of Lasts, Pattern, Tooling, Material, and Process
•Hands on experience and training in China
Produced concept footwear designs, renderings, and color design.
•Responsible for creative direction of the Global Ocean Center Concept
•Produced advanced concept illustrations and technical drawings
•Logo design and User Interface
Created concept sketches for the production of a new sustainability exhibit (to go on display fall 2012), assisted with fabrication/production, manage materials and research, presented ideas and solutions to the design team and sponsors.
Created Illustrations, technical drawings, spreadsheets, and diagrams for engineering activities. Conducted layout and production of teachers activity book, and produced graphics and logos.
Scholarship recipient to Pensole's master class in association with Two Ten Footwear Foundation and the FN Platform trade show. "Pensole students are taught to think before they create. A rigorous “learn-by-doing” methodology requires everything from sketching to protoyping to be done by hand. All aspects of footwear design are covered: Biomechanics, proportion, materials and construction, color theory, terminology, consumers and storytelling. An emphasis is placed on professional skills development: Business conduct, time management, personal branding, portfolio development, visual and verbal presentation, networking and interviewing techniques."
1st place winner of the Industrial Design Scholarship Competition at The Art Institute of Portland 2008. "The Economical Sports Car Engine", original concept presentation.