Alexis Victoria Hubbard 543 Washington Ave Apt #4 Savannah, GA USA 912-604-7647 email@example.com www.alexisvictoriadesign.comSTUDY SKILLS2001-2004 Savannah College of Art and Design Space Planning, Project Management, Custom Furniture Design, Bachelor of Arts, Interior Design Color Consultancy, Graphic Design/Presentations, Research Software: AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Google Sketch-UpEXPERIENCE2007-Present Owner and Interior Designer of Alexis Victoria Design Savannah, GA HONORS/AWARDSStarted an independently owned Full Service Interior Design Consultancy which workson projects from conception to implementation. Clients are a mixture of high end Resi- 2005 Savannah Homebuilder Association Competition: Best Indential and Commercial projects, mainly restaurant and office spaces. Presentations for Show, Best Interior Designclients include sketches and renderings, 3D models and complete construction document 2006 HGTV’s House Hunter’s featuring Hidden Pointe Modelsets. Oversaw each project from the initial design stage to installation. Worked closely with Homecontracts/sub contractors and other hired consultants. Business duties included market-ing, accounting, and Public Relations. (www.alexisvictoriadesign.com) BACKGROUND2005-2006 Kenneth Edward Ltd. Savannah, GAInterior Design Consultancy and high-end Furniture Store. Worked as an independent de- Other Works:signer with clients on Residential space planning and selections. Also incorporated Interior 2011 Producer of Savannah Philharmonic’s fully staged Cosi fan TuttiArchitecture and construction documents and presentations when needed. Activities:2004-2005 J. Banks Design Group Hilton Head Island, GA 2009-Present Savannah Philharmonic ChorusSenior Design Assistant to firms Principal Designer. Assisted her with client management 2008-Present-Fundraising/Charity Racing (Running)and orders, organized project details and presentations. Managed all sub-contractors andsite visits.
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