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  • Katy Stewart

    Art Director at Scooterbay Publishing

    Las Vegas, NV

I am currently working as an art director for a small publishing company in Henderson, NV, and looking for new challenges! I'm working on growing my freelance business, Popmilk Design, and am always up for new exciting projects. I have a degree in Industrial Design, but focus on print design, advertising, branding and marketing strategies.

Work Samples

  • Print Design

  • Identity

  • Packaging

Work History

  • Art Director

    • Scooterbay Publishing
    • Jan 2012 - Present (5 years 11 months)

    Trade Magazine Design - Advertorials and Ads, Magazine layout and dummy creations, cover and overall theme design and organization.

  • Lead Designer

    • Popmilk Designs
    • 2008 - Present (9 years)

    I specialize in print and web layout and design for small businesses. I consult on branding and identity as well as advertising and marketing design.

  • Director of Art and Design

    • Pololu Robotics and Electronics
    • Mar 2010 - Jan 2012 (1 year 10 months)

    Graphic design for all Marketing, Advertising, Web and Branding. Industrial and 3D design consult for mechanical components (ie: wheels, chassis)

  • Art Director

    • Central Newspaper
    • May 2009 - Jan 2010 (8 months)

    Website, Marketing and Editorial Layout and Design.

  • Assistant to Dr. Fred A. Kummerow

    • University of Illinois
    • Mar 2006 - Nov 2008 (2 years 8 months)

    Research, editing, communications, organization and design for a variety of research papers and a book "Cholesterol Won't Kill You, But Trans Fat Could".

Education

  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    • BFA Industrial Design
    • 2003 - 2008
  • neuqua valley

    • 1999 - 2003

Specialties

Affiliations

IDSA, IHSA

Awards

• 14 Brushes Student Art Show, Spring 2008 • Fifth Story Gallery - The Art of Looking, Spring 2008 • Illini Media Fashion Focus Charity Show, Spring 2008 • The Id and the Ego, Fall 2006 and Iterations, University of Illinois, Spring 2006

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