Veronica Marché Illustration & Design
Jun 2011 - Present (10 years 7 months)
Creates illustrations and logo designs for lifestyle blogs and businesses;
Creates custom fashion illustration portraits for private clients;
Licensed designs for greeting cards and gift bags.
Graduate Student, Fashion Design
Jun 2011 - Jun 2014 (3 years)
Thesis collection focused on plus-size women's apparel market
Skilled in textile design, draping, pattern-making and illustration
Design Intern for Bottoms and Suiting, A Pea in the Pod
Destination Maternity Corporation
Jun 2013 - Sep 2013 (3 months)
Creates garment sketches in Adobe Illustrator;
Creates and maintains tech packs in PLM;
Tracks samples through design development process;
Records fit and construction notes during garment fittings;
Creates and maintains seasonal line sheets;
Creates color boards for seasonal bottoms assortment.
Drexel University, Dance and Theater Department
Nov 2012 - Jan 2013 (2 months)
Collaborated with costumer designer and choreographer to develop dance costumes inspired by the work of artist Wangechi Mutu;
Drafted patterns and constructed garments for contemporary dancers; assisted in synthetic fabric dyeing and applique creation.
Jun 2012 - Dec 2012 (6 months)
Assisted department director Roberta Gruber and faculty with tasks related to department promotion and outreach;
Represented Drexel’s Fashion Department during special events and visit by university Board of Trustees;
Booked Wall Street Journal columnist Christina Binkley as guest speaker for fashion department event;
Tutored graduate and undergraduate students in proper construction and illustration techniques.
May 2011 - Nov 2012 (1 year 6 months)
Collaborated with choreographer and director to develop visual narratives for seasonal dance concerts;
Designed multiple looks for company of 14 dancers;
Constructed custom garments and engineered specialty pieces for use in dance production.
National Public Radio
May 2005 - Jun 2011 (6 years 1 month)
Produced fashion segments with industry experts Liz Lange, Christina Binkley (Wall Street Journal) and fashion writer Robin Givhan;
Worked closely with radio hosts Michel Martin, Scott Simon and Liane Hansen to develop interview segments.