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EXPERIENCE - Freelance industrial designer (one year). - Innovation designer - Design a wide range of in-line commercial shoe products (from performance footwear to everyday shoes) - Participation in development of a line of shoe products from prototypes to confirmed samples. - Extensive experience in Asia with footwear development. -Good experience of meeting consumers needs and detecte new trends. WORK HISTORY 2011 until now TBS, Lead Footwear Designer, Nantes, France. - In charge of Men's lifestyle and sport shoes ranges design. - In charge of designing and developing new conceptual Easywalk project (TBS injected walking shoes). 2010 until 2011 ZARA, Footwear designer,Young Division, Alicante,Spain. 2008-2010 CLARKS, Men's casual Footwear designer, Street, UK. 2007-2008 CLARKS, Product designer, Innovation dept Street, UK. 2002-2007 AIGLE INTERNATIONAL, Footwear designer, Paris, France. 2001 Designer freelance. Creation of light hard hat for a french company. EDUCATION and QUALIFICATIONS 2001 -Industrial Design Diploma (Master's degree) with honors, Nantes Atlantique Design School. 2000 -International program (1 semester) in the University of Montreal, Quebec. Design dept. 1998 -Bachelor degree in Industrial Design, Jean Monnet, Les Herbiers, France. 1996 -Baccalaureat degree in Arts and Crafts (F12), with distinction. College Leonard de Vinci, Montaigu, France. PROJECTS MANAGEMENT 2005 -Jury's member of end's studies projects at Nantes Atlantique Design School. 2002 -End's study final university project: creation of new IPE (Individual Protection Equipment) intented for the sector of the building and public works. Collaboration with the Institute of French Textile. Selected for the European Show of Design 2002, entitled "European Way(S) of life" organized in le Caroussel du Louvres, May 2002, Paris. 2001 -Plan of end of study (6 months), a new IPE (Individual protection equipment) intented for the sector of the building and public works. Collaboration with the Institute of French Textile. 2000 -Plan accepted and realised: a new rest areas furniture of the cyclo-tourist track, Les Pays de la Loire (VELOCEAN, 120kms), France. 1999 -Participation in the creation of the road show “LU, the INDUSTRIALIST AND ARTISTS” Museum of Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne, Nantes, France. 1998 -Plan accepted and realised: a new changing table destinated to equip all the region of Nantes cribs. SKILLS Computer: Illustrator, Photoshop, Power Point, Sketchbook English: fluent. Spanish : good speaker French: native speaker. INTERESTS car design, architecture, furniture design, fashion, urban/land'art etc... running, soccer, tennis and bodyboarding.
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