Barsha Pant

Graphics Design Intern

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  • LocationWatford, United Kingdom

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About me

 

After recently completing my BA (Honours) Visual communication at Leeds College of Art I am now looking to start an exciting career. My Degree has enabled me to have an understanding of using many different types of camera, such as Film, DSLR and Phase One, as well as editing, light adjustment, high fashion shoots, portraits photography, darkroom and light room photography.  I understand that clicks at professional level demand high proficiency and perfection.  I do not only take photography and design as my profession but it is my passion as well.  I am a creative individual who is comfortable in the execution of ideas. Using Photoshop comes naturally to me, I am quick learner with heaps of creative ideas. I am always willing to grow and I always take criticism well and build myself from it.  

Skills

 

  • Fashion
  • Advertising
  • Visual Arts
  • Art Direction
  • Design
  • Indesign
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint
  • Conceptual Design
  • Research Visualisation
  • Photograghy Retouching

Work history

Currently

Graphics Design Intern

Photospire

Mar 2016
  • - Creating video campaigns with video motion graphics, effects and animations - Liaising with retail clients creative teams and working from their briefs - Designing engaging visual material for top brands such as: Very, Arcadia Group, Diageo etc

Education

2015

BA(Hons) Visual Communication

Leeds College of Art and Design

Aug 2012 - May 2015
  • Year One -core principals of design and communication. -Developing technical skills in filmmaking, typography, photography, graphic design, printmaking, illustration and book-making. -Introduction to a range of communication processes including persuasion, narrative, documentary and reportage. Year Two - Specialise in one specific forms of practice, focusing on the skills required. Identifying the skills you need to develop to a professional standard, and apply them to real life-projects. - International Opportunities. Year Three - Develop professional and entrepreneurial skills in an area of practice to which you feel passionately committed, supported by an academically demanding research project and facilitated through external links, exhibitions and conferences.