Profile last updated on 15 November 2014
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Freelance Graphic Designer at Indikat Designs
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Quick facts

  • Located in Toowoomba City (Toowoomba, QLD)
  • 6 years experience
  • Available for Full Time work
  • TAFE/Trade Certificate in Certificate IV Graphic Design
  • Australian Citizen

How I'd describe myself

I am a creative and self-motivated person who believes in approaching any task with enthusiasm, professionalism and integrity.

I am passionate about helping people. After completing a Bachelor of Theology, I completed a Postgraduate Diploma of Secondary Teaching and taught at a secondary school for two years.

It is my ambition and desire to work in the visual arts and design industry. I am a practising artist with an aim to expand upon my creative skills and use them professionally. I have recently completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts with Distinction (majoring in Visual Arts and Marketing) at the University of Southern Queensland and have expanded upon my skills with a certificate in graphic design.

I revel in business management and marketing. In 2010, I started Cuppa~T, a small business that sells speciality loose-leaf teas and tea wares, to support myself while I was studying. Cuppa~T was a successful business which I sold in early 2012.

What I can do

  • Visual Arts
  • Fine Arts Marketing
  • Contemporary Art
  • Fine Art
  • Fine Art
  • Customer Service
  • Galleries
  • Teaching
  • Graphic Design

Education & Work Experience

  • TAFE/Trade Certificate in Certificate IV Graphic Design

    Graduated in 2014
  • Small Business Owner

    01/2014 - Today (4 years, 11 months)
  • Co-ordinator

    2011 - 2013 (2 years)

What I'm looking for

I am looking for a position within the Creative Industry as a Junior Graphic Designer, preferably in Canberra ACT or Port Macquarie NSW.

Alternatively, I am looking for a position with an Art Gallery or retailer in the same areas.

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