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  • 1. ORTFOLI kristin.cooke graphic design artist INCLUDES: RESUME ARTIST STATEMENT SAMPLES & OBJECTIVES
  • 2. Skills Mac and PC Platforms. Three-Dimensional building, life Kristin and dimensional drawing/painting, digital and fine art branding, layout presentation, photography and video, corporate identity, Cooke Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign. Corel Draw, Paintshop Pro, Bridge, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office OFFICE 14941 Wellwood. Rd. Silver Spring, Maryland 20905 PHONE Education 240.485.6465 FAX Academy Of Art University |Bachelor of Fine Arts| 301.236.0039 Present EMAIL kristincooke@gmail.com The Art Institute of Washington |Bachelor of Fine Arts| 2007 - present The Art Institute of Colorado |Bachelor of Fine Arts| 2003-2005 Experience Fashion Vault: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania : 2008- Present Graphic Designer/Marketing Consultant Research competitors and prospective clientele while designing the latest viewer-friendly graphic marketing and design. This position requires many self-motivating as well as group building projects. Crooked Monkey Apparel: Baltimore, Maryland : 2005-2008 Independent Graphic Artist Design college humour apparel in various vintage styles. Soul Flower Productions: Silver Spring, Maryland : 2007 Independent Graphic Artist Design Corporate Identity package and web design consulting Awards The Art Institute of Washington Leadership Award
  • 3. Artist Statement As an artist, I seek to portray dreams and visions using traditional styles and techniques of art, but also to combine them with experimental techniques and styles. I create artwork based on what I’ve seen and studied in ancient artists of Japan, contemporary artists of Europe, and modern styles of Northern America. I apply these methods to visions and dreams of my own, and create an art in which many can relate to through dreams and visions of their own.
  • 4. Ph gr ot ap o hy
  • 5. Objective Experiment field of vision, depth of field, foreground in focus, middle ground in focus, background in focus and all in focus while learning manual settings on a SLR camera.
  • 6. G S y ra m ph b o ic lis m
  • 7. Colesville floral designs Colesville floral designs Objective Develop an identity that reflects the personality and goals of your client and apply it to a stationery system (letterhead, envelope, business card).
  • 8. floral designs Colesville Jennifer Tran Designer/Consultant floral designs Colesville Thirty-Nine Randolph Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20904 Phone: (301) 384-4936 Fax: (877) 384-4936 www.colesvillefloraldesign.biz floral designs Colesville Thirty-Nine Randolph Road Silver Spring, MD 20904 Thirty-Nine Randolph Road, Silver Spring, MD 20904 Phone: (301) 384-4936 ||| Fax: (877) 384-4936
  • 9. Symphony Objective Develop a typographic symbol—using only a single letter—that holds a conceptual meaning by how its shape is represented. The goal is to use a physical object to represent a conceptual idea.
  • 10. Ph M an ot ip o ul at io n
  • 11. Objective Pull 5 or more individual photos and combine them into one functional piece using Adobe Photoshop. This piece contains 7 photos as a whole.
  • 12. Objective Combine 2 or more photos in Adobe Photoshop. Adjust layer settings, filters, and create texture or patterns. This piece contains 3 individual photos and a sky created by filters and lighting effects.
  • 13. Objective Create a letter sized advertisement using photos, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator .
  • 14. Objective Explore filters an photo meshing to create an interesting landscape that is from a real photograph.
  • 15. Objective Combine 2 or more photos in Adobe Photoshop. Adjust layer settings, filters, and create customtexture or patterns. This piece contains 3 individual photos and a sky created by customfilters and lighting effects.
  • 16. Objective Combine 2 or more photos in Adobe Photoshop. Adjust layer settings, filters, and create customtexture or patterns. This piece contains 3 individual photos and a sky created by customfilters and lighting effects.
  • 17. Ty gr p ap o hy
  • 18. Objective Student choice. Exploration of fonts to create a self-advertising logo using typefaces only.
  • 19. This piece entitled “ME” portays various characteristics and personalities of Kristin Cooke. Those displaying creative characteristics, as well as musical characteristics are shown by a script type, or an ornamental type. Characteristics displaying soft, sensual and sensitive characteristics are shown by using script typefaces with connection due to leading adjustment, or changed in color to shades musical OUTGOING of gray. PERSISTENT PERSISTENT Silent Silent Silent Silent Silent Silent sponTANeous STR NG calm calm calm calm calm calm calm DRIVEN F R E E - SPIRITED F R E E - SPIRITED F R E E - SPIRITED Observational creaTIVE b ro k e n CULTURED ALIVE p l a y f u l HELPFUL DRIVEN sponTANeous OUT GsOINGy p a c e DRIVEN interpersonal INSIGHTFUL interpersonal sensitive STR NG Artistic creaTIVE I N Affectionate Artistic LOUD musical S I interpersonal experienced Outspoken s p a c e ylyrical G H Artistic experienced Spiritual lyrical sensitive Adventurous Affectionate Caring T F interpersonal musical lyrical U DETERMINED L Characteristics display- ing bold, professional and daring characeris- tics are shown as bold sans serifs with leading adjusted to evenly fit the word. All other fonts display a mixture of outlined, hand-written decorative and serif fonts. KRISTIN COOKE | GD241 | SU08 Objective Advanced Typography: create a self-portrait using descriptive words.
  • 20. Objective Study a figure during a 5 minute gesture. Draw according to lighting, shape, and position according to correct proportion.
  • 21. Fi A ne rt
  • 22. Objective Study a figure during a 5 minute gesture. Draw according to lighting, shape, and position according to correct proportion.
  • 23. Objective Study a figure during a 5 minute gesture. Draw according to lighting, shape, and position according to correct proportion.
  • 24. Objective Study a figure during a 5 minute gesture. Draw according to lighting, shape, and position according to correct proportion.
  • 25. Objective Study a figure during a 5 minute gesture. Draw according to lighting, shape, and position according to correct proportion.
  • 26. Ill us tra tio n
  • 27. Objective Student Choice: JFK quote in Adobe Illustrator using the pen tool and CMYK Swatches.
  • 28. Objective Student Choice: Invisible Children advertisement using Adobe Illustrator and Pantone Swatches.
  • 29. Objective Student Choice: Rock Your Tune advertisment in Adobe Illustrator using the pen tool and shapes.
  • 30. Objective Create an image using only varied line weights from a photograph taken by the student. Create a background as well.
  • 31. Objective Practice using the gradient mesh in Illustrator to create a self portrait. Choose background and surrounding content of choice.
  • 32. La yo ut
  • 33. NATIONAL POSTER NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.COM AUGUST 2008 CAMBODIAN TEMPLES MADE OF GEOGRAPHIC GODLY AESTHETICS Cambodian Temples MYSTERIOUS SACRED ARCHITECTURE Special Issue National Geographic Objective Create a 7 page magazine spread using photos and font exploration in InDesign. The spread must follow proper font guidelines, and must be for a real geographical magazine. Body copy was provided.
  • 34. S tudy abroad with fellow Graphic Designers to Italy, Germany, Switzerland and many P rint production, Typography, Portfolio Review, Layout, and so much more is offered for P ainting your dreams can sometimes be a struggle if you don’t know all the proper other countries depending on Graphic Design students at the techniques to better express which location is being offered per Art Institute of Washington. By the them. Even if you have no quarter season. Stop by the time you graduate, you will have drawing basics skill, our skilled Registrars Office on the ninth floor learned a bit of each program and highly trained professors and to pick up an informational degree we offer here to better instructors work one on one with packet, and perhaps join for learn your future potential clients. students from beginning Drawing, an open informational phone Stop by out Career Services on the Painting, 3D building classes, to conference with other Art Eighth floor for job postings and professional presentation. Institute students. help with your resumé. G reat Falls is only fifteen minutes away. Enjoy your break before, between or after W e understand that general studies like Math and English aren’t as easy as classes by the C & O Canal for a drawing or digitally creating a breather. Feel free to stop by our picture. Here at the Art Institute counselling services on the 12th we offer peer advising on the floor to pick up a brochure on twelth floor, study workshops in relation techniques or other the library on the eighth floor, and relaxing aids that come in handy one-on-one professor and advisor for a thriving college student. tutoring during custom business hours. You’re paying for this. WAIT! It’s FREE! W ashington D.C. is only four minutes by train, and 15 minutes by walking. Take the C omputer technology is soaring in any artistic field, and fast! Our facility is loaded with M OVE OUT OF YOUR PARENTS HOUSE! Looking for that break away from home? Stop by Rosslyn Metro directly in front of 10 Mac and 4 PC up-to-date labs the eleventh floor to grab a the school into Union Station to visit equipped with the latest creative packet and application to live national museums or hang out on programs that have been among fellow artists who truly the National Mall. Walk around the researched and proven VITAL in all appreciate art like you do. Also city to see local tourism sites such the career programs offered AIW. stop by to get info on upcom- as Rosslyn Square, and the Check out our Service Bureau for ing student events.l If you have gorgeous Rosslyn Spectrum. Or other equiptment to check out for friends entering the Art Institute at grab abite to eat in Georgetown. free!! All that’s required is your the same time as you, fill out the Only 10 minutes away on foot! student I.D. provided FREE! “Roommate Team Up” form. Objective Follow guidelines in creating a trifold brochure based on student’s field of study. Keep in mind audience when designing or adding pictures. Apply correst mailing requirements in Adobe InDesign.
  • 35. 3D De sig n
  • 36. Objective Create a polyhedral city of choice by studying cuts and folds. No cut and paste 2D shapes allowed.
  • 37. Objective Study eight value scale and three-dimensional value scale. Create a 3D piece from a photo using the 8 value scale.
  • 38. Objective Create a cube out of foam core, then create a piece that can serve as a package or another purpose.
  • 39. Dr aw in gs
  • 40. This portfolio was created in Adobe InDesign by Kristin Cooke ©2009