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Portfolio of Graphic Design and Web Design Projects through September 2011. For more information and to view recent work visit: emilyhanna.wordpress.com or Connect on Linked In: ...

Portfolio of Graphic Design and Web Design Projects through September 2011. For more information and to view recent work visit: emilyhanna.wordpress.com or Connect on Linked In: linkedin.com/in/emilywyant

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    • emily wyant “emily wyant* is wildly creative with a keenunderstanding of how to develop and deliver amessage in a way that drives people to act. she’sambitious, she’s efficient, and she does it with asmile. she’s creative and talented, with a positiveattitude that is contagious and a charm thatmakes people want to work with and for her. Herdrive and curiosity keeps her ahead of industrytrends and a resource among peers. she nevercomplains, isn’t afraid of any challenge and sheconsistently delivers far beyond expectations.SHE’S AN INVALUABLE ASSET. ” .
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    • eAst oF BorNeo/ Institutional Partner Program Enrollment Form & Partnership AgreementEast of Borneo’s Institutional Partner Program runs on an annual basis: August 1, 2011 - July 31, 2012 and isavailable to organizations by invitation only. To enroll in the 2011-2012 program, complete and return the partnershipagreement and annual fee by July 31st.Completed agreement can be emailed to partnership@eastofborneo.org or printed and mailed to:East of Borneo, California Institute of Arts, 24700 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA 91355We are pleased to offer a special rate to our founding partners for the 2011-2012 season.Introductory Program Pricing: (please check the box that best suits your organization) Standard - $1000 annual fee Non-profit/Educational $750 annual fee Small Non-Profit (staff of 4 or less) $400 annual feegeneral information________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________Institution Name Number of Employees____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Street Address________________________________________________________ ______________________________________ _________________________ ________________________________________________________City State Zip Website________________________________________________________ ______________________________________ _________________________Contact Name Telephone Fax____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Contact E-mailpayment informationCredit Card  VISA  MasterCard  American Express____________________________________________________Name on Card____________________________________________________ _________________________ __________________________Card Number Expiration Date Card Verification Code____________________________________________________ _________________________ _______________ __________Billing Address City State Zip Check (make checks payable to California Institute of the Arts) _______________________________________ _______________________________________ ____________ Signature Print Name DateEast of Borneo www.eastofbroneo.org T: +1 661 253 7722 E: info@eastofborneo.org clIeNt/ East of Borneo posItIoN/ marketing director - graphic designer projects 1. 2011-2012 media kit 2. 2011-2012 institutional partner program 3. institutional partner enrollment form
    • emily wyant MEDIA ARTS MEDIA ARTS & ANIMATION & ANIMATION CREDITS CREDITS GENERAL INFORMATION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 12 QUARTERS FIRST Q UARTER CA1409 History and Trends in Animation 4 SEVENTH Q UARTER CA2413 Acting for Animators (Prereq.CA2439) 4 GD1400 Computer Applications** 4 CA3410 Fundamentals of Business 4 GD1401 Fundamentals of Design 4 CA3449 Intermediate 3-D ModelingAI collAterAl VISUAL COMMUNICATOR Advertising, television, film and video, entertainment, game design, architecture and GD1402 Drawing and Perspective PA095 Portfolio Foundations 4 4 (Prereq CA2429)** E IGHTH Q UARTER 4 THE WORLD IS YOURS. education,are among the industries that make use of design, illustration, and modeling SECOND Q UARTER CA3459 Intermediate 3-D Animation GD1411 Intermediate Drawing (Prereq. CA2439 and CA3449)** 4 skills developed by Media Arts & Animation graduates. Opportunities such as gaming (Prereq. GD1401 & GD1402) 4 CA4480 Team Animation (Prereq. CA2439) 4 modeler, storyboard artist, character designer, broadcast graphics designer, animator, GD1403 Typography for Digital Media IM1480 Fundamentals of Interactive Design COURSE DESCRIPTIONS and video postproduction artist are part of this field that is repackaging information (Prereq. GD1400) 4 (Prereq. GD1400) 4 GD1473 Color and Design (Prereq. GD1401) 4 in creative new ways. The computer animator is a skilled and specialized visual communicator who combines individual artistic talent with technological expertise to THIRD Q UARTER N INTH Q UARTER create impressions in a moving-image format. CA1415 Writing for Animation 4 CA3425 Materials & Lighting (Prereq. CA3449) 4 CA1420 Digital Imaging** (Prereq. GD1400) 4 CA3469 Advanced 3-D Modeling CA2412 Advanced Drawing for Animation (Prereq. CA3449) 4 WHAT WILL I LEARN? (Prereq. GD1411) 4 PA3480 Project Management 4 Students learn to use the tools of the computer animation profession, ranging from FOURTH Q UARTER TENTH Q UARTER 2-D animation to 3-D modeling and desktop video production. In addition to software CA2425 Intro to 2-D Animation CA3479 Advanced 3-D Animation BE WHO YOU ARE. PROGRAMS applications, equipment also includes scanners, printers, video, audio, and classroom (Prereq. GD1411)** 4 (Prereq. CA3459)or CA2435 CA2432 Character/Object Design Advanced 2-D Animation (Prereq. CA2425) 4 presentation equipment. These tools enhance students’ flexibility and creativity, and (Prereq. GD1411) 4 CA4461 Traditional Animation Studio 4 enable them to produce an individualized digital portfolio that demonstrates their PA3481 Career Development (Prereq. GE1410) 4 practical and technical abilities to potential employers. The Bachelor of Science FIFTH Q UARTER CA1410 Storyboarding and Animatics E LEVENTH Q UARTER in Media Arts & Animation refines and synthesizes the students’ competencies in (Prereq. GD1411) 4 CA3460 Computer Animation Studio DEGREE REQUIREMENTS the field of computer animation. Students apply advanced techniques in drawing, CA2429 Introduction to 3-D Modeling** (Prereq. CA3459) (Prereq. GD1400) 4 4 characterization, animation in both 2-D and 3-D computerized environments, and CA2430 Introduction to Video (Prereq. GD1400) 4 CA3470 Special Topics for interactive technologies. Computer Animation (Prereq. CA2439) 4 SIXTH Q UARTER CA2431 Audio Production (Prereq. GD1400) 4 TWELFTH Q UARTER G RADUATES A RE PREPARED . CA2439 Introduction to 3-D Animation** PA4483 Digital Portfolio** (Prereq. Qrts 1-11) 4 Graduates will develop a graduate portfolio, which represents a unique style and (Prereq. CA2429) 4 PA4484 Portfolio Presentation** demonstrates conceptual abilities. The Media Arts & Animation bachelor’s degree CA2440 Digital Video Editing (Prereq CA2430) 4 (Prereq. Qrts 1-11) 4 program prepares graduates to seek entry-level positions as 2-D animators, 3-D TOTAL: 192 animators, broadcast graphic artists or other animation and art specialists. The length OVERVIEW OF AIPD of the program is twelve (12), eleven (11) week quarters. GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM SHARE YOUR IDEAS. GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM GE1410 English I GE3433 Contemporary Art (Prereq. GE1433) GE1413 Psychology GE3490 Cultural Anthropology GE1424 Public Speaking (Prereq. GE1413 or GE1566) GE1433 Art History GE4442 Ethics (Prereq. GE2442) GE2411 English II (Prereq. GE1410) GE4455 Literature (Prereq. GE2411) GE2412 College Mathematics GE4461 Physics (Prereq. GE2412) GE2423 Environmental Science GE2442 Critical Thinking GE3424 Interpersonal Communication All listed General Education courses are 4 credits (Prereq. GE1424) and 40 hours MAKE A MOVE. 2 3 EXPAND YOUR SCOPE. CHALLENGEMOVE FORWARD. TAKE CONTROL. YOURSELF. GROW. BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS. LEARN. INSPIRE. WORK HARD. M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T 1 OUR COLLEGE 5 MAKE NOISE, RUN WILD AND The Mission of The Art Institute of Portland is undergraduate design EQUIPMENT CAGE education. Degree programs at the College include both liberal education The Equipment Cage is the College’s technology resource center. and professional education. Instructional programs require coursework in Currently enrolled students can reserve equipment. Equipment communications, the humanities, the social sciences, in natural science and ranges from digital SLR cameras to Wireless Lavaliere microphones, mathematics; they also prepare students for entry-level positions in design recorders, as well as specialized tools like the animation Lunchbox elds by focusing on the demands of professional practice. The College is Sync or the X-BOX game kit. dedicated to personal service. The College seeks to be an innovative center for design, a lively supporter of the arts, and a positive community partner in At the Cage, students can also reserve the green screen video production studio, the Pro Tools equipped audio studio or A/V the city of Portland, the state of Oregon, and the greater Paci c Northwest. editing suites. HOWL AT THE MOON. AT T H E A R T I N S T I T U T E O F P O R T L A N D W E Life drawing studio LIBRARY S E E O U R R O L E A S P R O V I D I N G E D U C AT I O N The library supports the Art Institute of Portland’s educational T H AT H E L P S Y O U D E V E L O P Y O U R P O T E N T I A L . goal of preparing students for their respective careers by serving the DO WHAT YOU . needs of the school’s innovative, diverse, and specialized technical and creative educational PURPOSE career programs. Our collection includes over 29,000 books, nearly Education at The Art Institute of Portland is not a one-way process where 200 program-related teachers hand students skills and knowledge. You must take responsibility magazines, journals, and newspapers and get involved. Here, you learn from artists and professionals in a hands- available in print, over on environment. You have the opportunity to make both professional 3000 audio and video Library Equipment Cage check-out window contacts and lifelong friends. On your part it means engaging fully, eyes resources and multiple electronic databases. and mind open and focused. There’s a vibrant energy at The Art Institute of Portland, one that motivates you to do your best. You are supported by a close and caring community bound by mutual respect for creativity and individuality. You are also part of the Portland creative community SOME CAMPUS RESOURCES and can contribute to the texture that makes Portland one of the nation’s most Weekly open drawing studios livable cities. Education at The Art Institute of Portland also has a practical focus. Academic Advising & Tutoring Center We have a reputation within the design community for graduates who make a Counseling and Disability Services S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y M I N O R real contribution to the rms that employ them. We are here to make sure your Peer 2 Peer Mentorship program College Sucess Workshops educational experience is the best that it can be. JoinArt Institute of Portland grants bachelor’s degrees with a minor in sustainability. Candidates must ful ll the minor The us, seek us out, tell us how 51 BACHELOR DEGREES Community by Design, quarterly speaker series CLASSES STARTING SOON. we can enrich your learning experience and help requirements, your career goals. you achieve in addition to the Liberal Arts and eld requirements for the bachelor’s degree in the following programs: Student Supply Storeof Portland grants Bachelor of Science (BS) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degrees. Candidates for bachelor’ s degrees must The Art Institute Apparel Accessory Design, Apparel Design, Design Management, Design Research, Fashion Marketing, Industrial Design 50 and Interior Design. Sustainable Design employs art and technology for designing processes, products and objects to Democracy by Design, College civic group Bachelor of comply with overriding principles of economic, social and ecological sustainability. Individual academic departments Fine Arts degree from The Art Institute of Portland. A minimum of 60 credits in upper-division courses (numbered 300 or above)is required for a bachelor’s degree. Of the 180 credits, all candidates must have earned a minimum of 45 credits at The Art Institute of Portland. may have additional Liberal Arts requirements in addition to those outlined here. Additionally, 20 of the 45 credits in residence must be earned at the upper division. As part of the general requirements for graduation from the bachelor’s level program, the student must meet all progr lso display Bachelor of Science with Minor in Sustainability Bachelor of store Arts with Minor Student supply Fine t conducted at the end of the respective quarter of graduation.Individual Credits in Sustainability Credits academic departments may have additional Liberal Arts requirements in addition to those outlined here. Sustainability Minor Requirements 24 Sustainability Minor Requirements 24 Bachelor of Science Credits Bachelor of Fine Arts Credits Liberal Arts Requirements 69 Liberal Arts Requirements 69 Liberal Arts Requirements 69 Liberal Arts Requirements 69 CALL TODAY. 503.228.6528 Environmental Science 3 Environmental Science 3 Humanities 15 Humanities 18 Biomechanics 3 Principles of Visual Communication 3 Principles of Visual Communication 3 Biomechanics 3 Environmental Economics 3 Color Theory 3 Color Theory 3 Environmental Economics 3 Environmental Ethics 3 Drawing 3 Drawing 3 Environmental Ethics 3 History of the Environmental Movement 3 Art History Elective 3 From Caves to Cathedrals 3 History of the Environmental Movement 3 Introduction to Sustainability 3 Humanities Elective 3 The Rise of Artistic Individuality 3 Introduction to Sustainability 3 Social Sciences 30 Revolution: The Roots of 19/20th C. Art 3 Program Field Credits: 6 Program Field Credits: 6 Seminar: Design Inquiry 3 Social Sciences 15 Upper Division Sustainability Electives 6 Upper Division Sustainability Electives 6 History of Material Culture I, II and III 9 Seminar: Design Inquiry 3 Senior Seminar 3 Cultural History Elective 9 Social or Natural Sciences Electives 15 Senior Seminar 3 Mathematics 3 Mathematics 3 Program Requirements for the Second Bachelor’s Degree Bachelor of Science in College Mathematics 3 College Mathematics 3 Often students may decide to pursue a new program of study after completing a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. The Art Institute of Portland second Culinary Management Credits Computer Science 3 Computer Science 3 bachelor’s degree program provides an opportunity to complete a second bachelor’s Computer Science Elective 3 Computer Science Elective 3 Liberal Arts Requirements 66 degree in a timely manner. Each student in the second Humanities 12 Natural Science 3 Natural Science 3 bachelor’s program must complete the following requirements: 1. The student must have earned a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree from a regionally Environmental Ethics 3 Natural Science Elective 3 Natural Science Elective 3 accredited institution. 2. The student must complete a minimum of 45 credits in Ethics 3 Written Communication 9 Written Communication 9 residence at The Art Institute of Portland. Of these, 20 must be completed at the English Composition I 3 Humanities Elective 3 English Composition I 3 upper division. a) Students who have earned a qualifying Bachelor’s degree and are seeking a BFA with a Minor in Sustainability at AiPD granted 33 credits of the Principles of Visual Communication 3 Argumentation & Research 3 Argumentation & Research 3 69 required Liberal Arts. They are granted the following: 9.0 credits of Writing, 3.0 Writing & The Literary Arts 3 Writing & The Literary Arts 3 credits Math 3.0 credits of Computer Science, 3.0 credits of Art History, 9.0 credits of Social Sciences 24 Liberal Studies Electives 12 Cultural History, 3.0 credits of Design Inquiry, and 3.0 credits of Natural Science. b) Environmental Economics 3 Students who have earned a qualifying Bachelor’s degree and are seeking a BS with Choose from approved courses in the Humanities, Social or Natural Sciences General Sociology 3 a Minor in Sustainability at The Art Institute of Portland granted 33 credits of the 69 History of the Environmental Movement 3 Program Requirements for the Second Bachelor’s Degree required Liberal Arts. They are granted the following: 9.0 credits of Writing, 3.0 credits Often students may decide to pursue a new program of study after completing Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management Math, 9.0 credits of the HMC sequence, 3.0 credits of Design Inquiry, and 6.0 credits Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3 a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. The Art Institute of Portland of Social/Natural Science, and 3.0 credits of Na tural Science. c) Students who have Introduction to Economics 3 second bachelor’s degree program provides an opportunity to complete a second Credits earned a qualifying Bachelor’s degree and are seeking a BS in Culinary Management Introduction to Sustainability 3 bachelor’s degree in a timely manner. Each student in the second bachelor’s Liberal Arts Requirements 66 with a Minor in Sustainability at The Art Institute of Portland granted 36 credits of program must complete the following requirements: 1. The student must have Humanities 12 the 66 required Liberal Arts. They are granted the following: 9.0 credits of Writing, 3.0 Social Science Electives 3 earned a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree from a regionally Principles of Visual Communication 3 credits Math,3.0 credits Humanities, 3.0 credits of Social Science, 3.0 credits of Cultural Upper Division Cultural History 3 accredited institution. 2. The student must complete a minimum of 45 credits in History, 3.0 credits of Introduction to Anthropology, 3.0 credits of General Sociology, residence at The Art Institute of Portland. Of these, 20 must be completed at the Humanities Elective 6 3.0 credits of Introduction to Ethics, and 3.0 credit of Introduction to Economics. 3. Natural Science 6 upper division. a) Students who have earned a qualifying Bachelor’s degree and Ethics 3 Biomechanics 3 are seeking a BFA at The Art Institute of Portland earn 51 credits of the 69 required Social Sciences 27 Environmental Science 3 Liberal Arts. They earn for the following: 9.0 credits of Writing, 3.0 credits Math concentration coursework. 3.0 credits of Computer Science, 3.0 credits of Art History, 9.0 credits of Cultural Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3 Computer Science 3 History, 3.0 credits of Design Inquiry, 12.0 credits of Liberal Arts Electives, 9.0 credits Introduction to Economics 3 Computer Science Elective 3 of Natural Science. b) Students who have earned a qualifying Bachelor’s degree General Sociology 3 and are seeking a BS at AiPD earn 51 credits of the 69 required Liberal Arts. They History of Material Culture I, II, III 9 Mathematics 6 earn for the following: 9.0 credits of Writing, 3.0 credits Math, 9.0 credits of the HMC Sequence, 3.0 credits of Design Inquiry, 15.0 credits of Social/Natural Science Social Science Electives 3 College Mathematics 3 Electives, 9.0 credits of Natural Science, and 3.0 credits of Upper Division Humanities Social Science or Natural Electives 6 Written Communication 9 Elective. c) Students who have earned a qualifying Bachelor’s degree and are seeking a BS in Culinary Management at The Art Institute of Portland earn 57 credits Mathematics 3 English Composition I 3 of the 66 required Liberal Arts. They earn for the following: 9.0 credits of Writing, College Mathematics 3 Argumentation & Research 3 3.0 credits Math, 9.0 credits of the HMC Sequence, 9.0 credits of Social/Natural Writing & the Literary Arts 3 Science Electives, 3.0 credits of Liberal Arts Electives, 3.0 credits of Social Science, Computer Science 3 3.0 credits of Humanities, 3.0 credits of Introduction to Economics, 3.0 credits of Computer Science Elective 3 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 3.0 credits of General Sociology, 3.0 credits Natural Science 3 Natural Science Elective 3 Written Communication 9 English Composition I 3 Argumentation & Research 3 Writing & The Literary Arts 3
    • AI collAterAl/ THE WORLD IS YOURS. BE WHO YOU ARE. SHARE YOUR IDEAS. MAKE A MOVE. EXPAND YOUR SCOPE. CHALLENGEMOVE FORWARD. TAKE CONTROL. YOURSELF. BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS. GROW. LEARN. INSPIRE. WORK HARD. MAKE NOISE, RUN WILD AND HOWL AT THE MOON. DO WHAT YOU . CLASSES STARTING SOON. CALL TODAY. 503.228.6528 Postcard: Front: CREDITS GENERAL INFORMATION SEVENTH Q UARTER CA2413 Acting for Animators (Prereq.CA2439) 4 CA3410 Fundamentals of Business 4 CA3449 Intermediate 3-D Modeling (Prereq CA2429)** 4 E IGHTH Q UARTER CA3459 Intermediate 3-D Animation (Prereq. CA2439 and CA3449)** 4 CA4480 Team Animation (Prereq. CA2439) 4 IM1480 Fundamentals of Interactive Design COURSE DESCRIPTIONS (Prereq. GD1400) 4 N INTH Q UARTER CA3425 Materials & Lighting (Prereq. CA3449) 4 CA3469 Advanced 3-D Modeling (Prereq. CA3449) 4 PA3480 Project Management 4 TENTH Q UARTER CA3479 Advanced 3-D Animation PROGRAMS (Prereq. CA3459)or CA2435 Advanced 2-D Animation (Prereq. CA2425) 4 CA4461 Traditional Animation Studio 4 PA3481 Career Development (Prereq. GE1410) 4 E LEVENTH Q UARTER CA3460 Computer Animation Studio DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (Prereq. CA3459) 4 CA3470 Special Topics for Computer Animation (Prereq. CA2439) 4 TWELFTH Q UARTER PA4483 Digital Portfolio** (Prereq. Qrts 1-11) 4 PA4484 Portfolio Presentation** (Prereq. Qrts 1-11) 4 TOTAL: 192 OVERVIEW OF AIPD GE3433 Contemporary Art (Prereq. GE1433) GE3490 Cultural Anthropology (Prereq. GE1413 or GE1566) GE4442 Ethics (Prereq. GE2442) GE4455 Literature (Prereq. GE2411) GE4461 Physics (Prereq. GE2412) All listed General Education courses are 4 credits and 40 hours 3 Postcard Back: 5 ter. nthones,hbox 1122 NW Davis St., Portland OR 503.228.6528 | 888.228.6528 The Art Institute of PortlandV www.artinstitute-portland.com 1122 N.W. Davis Street Portland, OR 97209-2911 1.503.228.6528 • 1.888.228.6528 FAX: 1.503.227.1945 artinstitutes.edu/portland The Art Institute of Portland presents OPEN CAMPUS TOURS clIeNt/ 1 Every Saturday@11am e check-out window OUR SCHOOL WAS DESIGNED WITH THE CREATIVE STUDENT IN MIND During the tour, you will have a chance to check out work from our current students and see the resources available to you, The Art Institute of Portland projects | position/EES like: Print Service Center, Mac/PC computer labs, Equipmentce (BS) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degrees. Candidates for bachelor’ s degrees must Bachelor of minimum of 60 credits in upper-division courses (numbered 300 or above)is required Cage, Design Library, Fashion and Interior Design studios, Videodates must have earned a minimum of 45 credits at The Art Institute of Portland.e earned at the upper division. As part of the general requirements for graduation from and Audio studios, and many other amenities that support a 1. 2011 academic catalog | project director - editorall progr lso display t conducted at the end of the respective quarter of graduation.Individual Arts requirements in addition to those outlined here. creative learning environment. Credits Bachelor of Fine Arts Credits 69 Liberal Arts Requirements 69 To reserve your tour today call: 503.382.4867 15 Humanities 18 3 2. high school tour card | designer Principles of Visual Communication 3 3 Color Theory 3 3 3 Drawing From Caves to Cathedrals 3 3 Reservation required to attend. RSVP’s must be received by noon, the Friday prior to tour. 3 The Rise of Artistic Individuality 3 30 Revolution: The Roots of 19/20th C. Art 3 3 Social Sciences 15 3. 2010 academic catalog | project manager - editor 9 Seminar: Design Inquiry 3 3 Cultural History Elective 9 15 Senior Seminar 3 3 Mathematics 3 3 College Mathematics 3 3 Computer Science 3 4. program poster | designer 3 Computer Science Elective 3 3 Natural Science 3 3 Natural Science Elective 3 9 Written Communication 9 3 English Composition I 3 3 Argumentation & Research 3 3 Writing & The Literary Arts 3 4. portland monthly ad | project manager - stylist Liberal Studies Electives 12 Choose from approved courses in the Humanities, Social or Natural Sciencesor’s Degree r completing Bachelor of Science in Culinary Managementof Portlandmplete a second Creditsbachelor’s Liberal Arts Requirements 66 5. window poster / designernt must have Humanities 12egionally Principles of Visual Communication 3 f 45 credits inmpleted at the Humanities Elective 6 ’s degree and Ethics 3 the 69 required Social Sciences 27 redits Math ts of Cultural Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 3 ctives, 9.0 credits Introduction to Economics 3 elor’s degree General Sociology 3eral Arts. They History of Material Culture I, II, III 9redits of the Natural Science Social Science Electives 3 vision Humanities Social Science or Natural Electives 6 ee and arend earn 57 credits Mathematics 3dits of Writing, College Mathematics 3cial/NaturalSocial Science, Computer Science 3 3.0 credits of Computer Science Elective 3ology, 3.0 credits Natural Science 3 Natural Science Elective 3 Written Communication 9 English Composition I 3 Argumentation & Research 3 Writing & The Literary Arts 3
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    • DArK sIDe/clIeNt/Intentionally Urban MagazineposItIoN/merchandise director-stylistprojectfashion spread, the dark side issue,nov 2009 issue /creDIt/photographer - doug hoeschlermodel - megan butlerhair/makeup - kimberly hoeschlereditor- tara herrick
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    • emily wyantAwArD GAlA IACP ANNUAL COOKBOOK AWARD GALA 4.26.10 | RECEPTION:7:30PM AWARDS: 6:00PM PORTLAND ART MUSEUEM
    • Client:Location: Event Name: Date: AwA r D G A l A /Room: PAM Sunken Ballroom with Park Ave Lobby 2007 Time:Prepared On: 02/10/10 19:17:06 Prepared By: Windows User Exit KITCHEN P P 8x12 staging 4/22/10 IACP Conference Gala Reception Sunken Ballroom P 6:30pm - 8pm P Band P P 500 guests VT Event Coordinator: Karen Rich 503.680.39 VT Event Mgr: tbd Wheel4 Food Stations 60" 60" Chair Lift P RESTROOMS P P TB BAR 10 easels: display TB TB 15 Tall Bistros cookbooks TB 6 TB 6 TB 6 Skinny TB 6 Skinny 8 8 TB TB TB 8 6 Skinny 6 Skinny 8 8 P P P 6 6 EXIT 60" 60" P P ELEVATOR TB TB P TB TB P TB C O Photographers P P A T . C P P H E Red Carpet P C K Dub-step P P L L Security L Desk L CMCA Entrance Cafe Vita L L BOX OFFICE ELEVATORS PARK AVE. EXIT Exit Exit clIeNt/ Diagram created using Room Viewer®. International Association of Culinary Professionals project | position/ annual cookbook award gala / creative director Assets/ 1. gala invite 2. floor plan-- portland art museum 3. hostesses in “sushi hats” 4. concept/inspiration 5. party photo- 800+ attendees
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    • 2010 s e A s o N / Wear it proud. Each sale of a Porltandivore Tee directly supports the Portland Farmers Market community. From the farmers to the chefs, the everyday consumer to the Kids Cook workshops we believe that a community can inspire a change. Join with us, be a Portlandivore. Purchase your Portlandivore Tee at the Portland Farmers Market information tent. Find us on Facebook.Literate serif option Port•land•i•vore (Pôrt’l nd’ -vôr) n. clIeNt/ Portland Farmers Market project | position/ 2010 season marketing campaign | project director cAMpAIGN Assets/ 1. t-shirt designs 2. market map 3. merchandise signage 4. website
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    • leverAGe/clIeNt/TBS Series Leverageproject | position/season 2 - episode 2 / sketch artistAssets/1. inspiration/tear sheets2. sketches
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