Multi faceted New York City based, Graphic Designer and Illustrator
BRIAN W. JACOBSON
To expand creatively and professionally while gaining specialized and varied skills and experience. At the same time being an asset to a strong forward looking organization, with opportunities to make real progress for the company and the people involved.
October 2006 Designer, Vgs Inc., Studio D
Present Staff designer, project manager, illustrator, production artist.
Clients include; Delaware north sportservice,
NY Presbyterian hospital, White Castle, Coca-Cola, ` Royal Caribbean etc.
September 2001 Freelance Designer-Illustrator
October 2006 Print design, prepress production and Illustration
Clients include; Aveda, Metlife, Kurt S. Adler etc.
January 2003 Design and Production, Apple Digital Printing
September 2005 Staff designer, print production
Clients include; Foodtown Etc.
October 2000 Internship, Verve Music Group
August 2001 Junior designer
December 1997 Internship Goodspeed & Associates
November 1997 junior designer, assistant, messenger
Clients include; Metlife, Hyatt Hotels, NY Yankees
September 2003 Talent Scout, Trans Continental Talent, New York
February 2004 Evaluated models for print and fashion.
Organized opens calls, filled paperwork etc.
October 2003 Stock Handler, Aveda Concept Salon, New York
January 1995 Transported stock for relocation of headquarters
September 1995 New York City Technical College (A.A.S)
September 1997 Major: Art and advertising design
September 1995 New York City Technical College (B.A.S)
September 1997 Major: Communication design#
September 2008 School of Visual Arts
December 2009 Continuing Education: Typography
December 2011 Continuing Education: Dreamweaver
Architectural design, food service design, wayfinding, Advertising design, Illustration, Multimedia design, Web design, presentation, Management and creative direction, Print production purchasing and
Adobe Creative Suite; expert at Illustrator proficient in Photoshop and Indesign, QuarkXpress, Flash,
Dream weaver, Exel, Powerpoint and basic HTML on both Macintosh and PC platforms