Having worked in many design-related fields/disciplines, from furniture and product design to exhibitions and interiors; I have conceptualized objects, ideas, products, and methods that encourage others to live a more creative and social life. I want to develop relationships focusing on growing stronger meanings, relationships, and understandings between people and the development of tomorrow’s products.

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Work History

Experience Duzeo Product Design, Internship May 2004 to December 2004 Staff Designer Worked on Product concepts, rapid sketching, as well as model making. Developed many projects with rapid drawing skills. Expanded sketched concepts into three dimensional Rhino and Solid Works models. Development of three previously existing concepts to marketable concepts. New Jersey Department of Transportation, Internship August 2002 to May 2003 Staff Designer, Worked with road and structural engineers and land surveyors in redesigning roadway systems. Evaluated equipment both in reliability and safety for employee use throughout the state. Aeropostale Inc, Assistant Manager June 2003 to present Hired to open, close, and run stores daily operations. Supervised associate level employees and monitoring cash control. In charge of “Loss Prevention,” hiring and training new employees. Merchandised store to company standards. Education Philadelphia University, School of Architecture and Design Bachelors of Science in Industrial Design, expected May 2005. Widener University, School of Engineering Summer educational classes. Design projects selected for university archives Philadelphia University 2003 Design Project displayed at Pailey Design Center Philadelphia University 2004 Deans List Award recipient 2003 to 2004Education Honors Student Government Association Community Service Chair, 2001 to 2004 Student Alumni Association Student Ambassador Philadelphia University 2001 to 2003 IDSA Member, Industrial Designers of America Philadelphia University Student Chapter 2002 to 2004 Recipient of Student Leader Award, 2001 to 2003 Skills Capable of making fast conceptual drawings and process them into finished concepts Development of design concepts from conceptual sketches on paper to final presentation boards Ability to render both in two and three dimensions in marker and color pencil techniques Visual representations of concept on storyboards and product time line sheets Incorporation of computer generated design into concept boards Proficient in programs like Photoshop, Cobalt, Illustrator, Rhino, and Solidworks. Client development, addressing ergonomic issues and initiating testing. Development of design through three-dimensional computer generated models Development of design from conceptual ideas to models Application of marketing trends and issues Knowledge of different material usages Visual Communication Technology Design Portfolio Samples of work are available online at http://www.coroflot.com/public/individual_details.asp?individual_id=69487 Additional samples are available upon request.


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