Joanne Riddle - Curriculum Vitae - October 2008

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Joanne Riddle - Curriculum Vitae - October 2008

  1. 1. Personal Details: October 2008 Curriculum Vitae Joanne Louise Riddle
  2. 2. Name Joanne Louise Riddle Age 32 Date of Birth 1976 Address Stockton on Tees Employers: Stockton Sixth Form College Ateliero (Partnership) Studio VO.20 Victoria Building University of Teesside TS1 3BA Home Telephone Business Telephone 01642 384557 Mobile Phone 07890 365524 Website www.ateliero.co.uk Email jo@ateliero.co.uk Marital Status Single Driving License Full & Clean Education & Training 2
  3. 3. Joanne Louise Riddle: October 2008 Date Qualification Grade September 2007- Masters Degree – Art & Design, Distinction October 2008 (University of Teesside) PGCE – Adult Education, Pass + QTS September 2001- (University of Huddersfield) July 2003 September 1996- BA Honours International Textiles & Surface First Class July 1999 Pattern, Honours (Cleveland College of Art & Design) September 1995- BTEC National Diploma – Foundation Studies Distinction July 1996 in Art & Design (Cleveland College of Art & Design) September 1993- A Levels: July 1995 Art & Design A Sociology B Computing E (Stockton Sixth Form College) September 1989- GCSE’s: July 1993 Social Science A English (Language) A English (Drama) A Art & Design B Mathematics C Dual Award Science CC French C Music D (Ian Ramsey C of E School) Experiences & Achievements since graduating in 1999: July 1999: Exhibited at New Designers 1999 show, Islington, London 3
  4. 4. August 1999: Preparation and implementation of my first design studio, ‘J.L Riddle Design Studio’. August 1999: Article published in the Guardian Weekend magazine regarding my work with colouring plastics. August 1999: Freelance work with Penny Watts Studio, Rowena Bristow and Suzsi Corio; all agents based in London and selling design work on a worldwide basis. October 1999: Awarded an £800.00 grant and a £1600.00 loan from The Princes Trust. October 1999: Collection of cards published by Ronin Designs Ltd, incorporating my degree show designs. February 2000: Commissioned by award winning fashion retailer Psyche, to design a range of Perspex jewellery for the Middlesbrough store. March 2000: Won Third Prize and £300.00 in the local heat of the Shell Livewire competition. April/May 2000: Commissioned by Psyche to design several follow-up collections of acrylic chokers and cuffs. June 2000: Accepted to receive the Creative and Cultural fund grant- awarded £3000.00 for the purchase of a computer, heat press and a digital camera, for my new business venture. 4
  5. 5. Joanne Louise Riddle: October 2008 June 2000: Accepted to exhibit at the Top Drawer Exhibition, Earls Court London, in September with The Princes Trust. July 2000: Achieved a sponsorship deal with Madeira Threads UK for £150.00. July 2000: Received £500.00 from The Ropner Trust, Stockton on Tees, towards materials for Top Drawer. September 2000: Exhibited at Top Drawer, Earls Court. Obtained 10 good orders, including International links with Dubai and The Lebanon. January 2001: Asked to teach Part Time A-level textiles at Cleveland College of Art and Design Fleatham Street Site, Middlesbrough. March 2001: Won 4th place in the Tees Valley sector of the Shell Livewire Business Awards. August 2001: Achieved a permanent 0.8 Fractional Post at Stockton & Billingham College, teaching AVCE & GNVQ Art and Design to Post 16 students. This post also involved working within the community at 5 different centres. September 2001: Started to study for my PGCE (Part Time) with Huddersfield University and Stockton and Billingham College. September 2002: Appointed as Course Leader of A Level and GCSE Art and Design and implemented several changes to the structure of the previous courses. 5
  6. 6. September 2003: Curriculum development for BTEC Nursery Nurses unit in Design Technology, delivering this unit to 2 full-time and part-time groups of students. November 2003: Began role as Personal Tutor for Gateway to Art Students. Currently teaching this group for 5/6 of their timetable. June 2004: Appointed as Course & Curriculum Leader for BTEC First Diploma in Design. September 2005: Launched my new business venture ‘Fuzzy Bridge’, a textile, illustration and surface design studio. February 2006: Completed NESTA’s Insight Out programme and won the top award - £5000 funding for ‘Best Business Idea’. February 2006: Filed a Patent Pending for my ‘Printing onto Synthetic Surfaces’ process. April 2006: Started a Digital City Fellowship at the University of Teesside to develop my Artezate product: Awarded £1000 for my project. June 2006: Achieved a £1000 Vital Spark grant from Stockton Borough Council. July 2006: Left Stockton Riverside College to go and teach part time (10 hours) - A Level Art and Design at Stockton Sixth Form College. July 2006: Started my Summer University courses doing a UCPD Business course and 6
  7. 7. Joanne Louise Riddle: October 2008 a UCDP Digital Illustration course. September 2006: Exhibited as ‘Fuzzy Bridge’ at the trade fair 100% East, The Old Truman Brewery, London. Gained some excellent contacts and leads as part of this experience. January 2007: Visited (on request) the major flooring manufacturers Altro and Amtico flooring to discuss possibilities for licensing my Patent Pending process. March 2007: Patent Pending written and filed on March 10th 2007. October 2007: Started my MA in Art and Design at The University of Teesside. February 2008: Filed application for the next stages of my UK Patent March 2008: Achieved joint 5th place in the Society of Dyers and Colourists Award 2008 (out of 55 entries). July 2008: Shortlisted for Designers in Residence exhibition at Design Museum, London. (15 students shortlisted from the UK). July 2008: Exhibited with Ondrej Lewis at New Designers 2008, Islington, London. September 2008: Exhibited as ‘Ateliero’ with our EcoPETlite at 100% Futures, Earls Court, London, with [re]design in their Lighten Up exhibition 7
  8. 8. September 2008: Graduated my MA Art & Design with Distinction October 2008: Exhibited as ‘Ateliero’ with our EcoPETlite at The North Tower of The Tyne Bridge, with [re]design, in their Lighten Up exhibition. October 2008: Accepted on The DigitalCity Creative Fellowship. Awarded £4000 to develop my new business Ateliero, with Ondrej Lewis. See www.ateliero.co.uk Publications: June 2008: Design Week publication regarding our EcoPETlite concept. (05/06/08) Plastics & Rubber Weekly magazine: (13/06/08) July 2008: Plastics European News publication September 2008: Our second ‘Design Week’ publication regarding our EcoPETlite concept. (11/09/08) IDFX Magazine, pages 113-116 Lighten Up book by [re]design October 2008: www.WGSN.com, Generation Now sector. London Evening Standard, 'Homes and Property Supplement' by Barbara Chandler, 08/10/08 The Journal, 18/10/08, page 25. The Chronicle 18/10/08, Page 8. 8
  9. 9. Joanne Louise Riddle: October 2008 Evening Gazette, 22/10/08, Page 29. Pending Articles: Icon December 2008 issue Interier / Exterier : Slovakian interior design magazine 9

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