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B.A. in Studio Art with concentration in Graphic Design, May 2006. Extra curricular activities include the NCAA Division II men’s lacrosse team, the art club and several sports clubs.
As a web designer for SiteWhirks, I was tasked with creating user interfaces and website front end pages. During that time, I worked as a liaison between clients, software developers, and project leaders to ensure cohesive web designs and overall client satisfaction. By staying detail oriented and communicating with team members, I was able to produce numerous projects on time that were well received by clients.
While working as an assistant web developer at Limestone College, I created and designed version 2.0 of Limestone.edu while also administering every aspect of the site. From content management to programming, I oversaw the day to day operations of the webpage and ensured that its resources were available to users at all times. By listening to students and staff regarding their user experiences, and using that feedback to guide my work, I was able to improve the overall usability and functionality of the site.
As a visual information production associate for CSC, I worked in support of the Department of Defense (DOD) on a variety of projects and created print and media for briefings, proposals, posters, brochures, training manuals, and web content media. While contracted to the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), I obtained an interim secret clearance and contributed to projects which supported the MDA and the overall mission of the Intelligence Community (IC).
As the head of marketing and design at MadLax Sports Inc, I am responsible for managing both the company’s website and data management systems while overseeing the creation of all marketing materials. These responsibilities enable me to lead all marketing and design projects through each step of the project life cycle while remaining hands-on in the creation of animations, retail apparel, website design, and PDF documents. I accomplish this while simultaneously administering madlax.com’s online stores, front end pages, and database functions. Under my tenure, the company’s internet sales revenue has doubled each year for the past three years.
As a Designer and Illustrator for CACI I am responsible for a number of projects ranging from print, web and multimedia to presentations, briefings and programming. Clients include Exxon, the US Army and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.