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Camille Fontaine

Freelance Digital Designer & Visual Artist


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  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationUnited Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsProducer - Other Profession - Project Manager


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About me

A highly motivated individual who possesses a wide range of skills and experience across various sectors and industries including business banking and fashion. Has recently graduated from studying Creative Direction for Fashion at undergraduate level, works effectively with others and is highly capable of working independently. Is keen to transfer and obtain new skills positioned within a work placement in a professional, creative environment that is beneficial to both the company and its clients.


  • Events
  • Visual Arts
  • Creative Direction
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint
  • Word
  • Business Management
  • After Effects CS6 Intermediate
  • Premier Pro
  • Project Coordinator
  • Darkroom Processing Printing
  • Mac and Windows
  • Fashion Collaboration

Work history


Digital Design & Development Tutor

Newham College of Further Education

Aug 2015
  • Running CAD sessions on a Level 3 fashion Diploma course for students in preparation for their study at Higher Education.


Creative Ambassador

Made in Arts London

Sep 2014 - Nov 2014
  • Assisted in the curation and selection of student work to be exhibited and sold at the Made in Arts London store.


Project Co-ordinator

Diversity in Visual Arts

Mar 2011 - Jul 2011
  • - First point of contact in a predominantly administrative managerial role within a small team of three that provides independent training within the film and creative sector. - Had creative input in development of marketing letters, company literature and press and web coordination. Daily tasks included, but not limited to: - General customer service – telephony, responding to email enquiries - Coordinating recruitment process for apprenticeship programme and maintained paperwork - Designing marketing and promotional material - Updating social media and website - Events management - including securing venues, managing guest list, extending invitations, booking speakers - Researching funding streams and collating material for funding applications Additional duties assisting the Managing Director: - Diary management - Monthly expenses - Booking travel - Itinerary management


Business Manager

The Royal Bank of Scotland Group

May 2009 - Jun 2010
  • A customer faced role, working in a team of 19 Business Managers supporting new and existing businesses with turnovers varying £250,000-£1,000,000. Predominantly worked alone in branch with a portfolio of 400-700 business customers to achieve a team sales target. Networked with both internal and external stakeholders to retain strong relationships and provide excellent business for both the company and the customer. Delivered exceptional customer service and kept concise and detailed files for each customer Logged appointments and updated customer files when necessary for both bank records and to ensure a smooth handover for colleagues during holiday periods. In addition to role expectations, facilitated team meetings, took minutes and contributed additional administration support to line manager. Mentored and provided support for new employees for a minimum of two week training periods


Business Advisor

The Royal Bank of Scotland Group

Sep 2008 - Jun 2009
  • Worked in an office of 12 Business Advisers supporting the customers of the Development Business Managers who handle customers across the whole of East Anglia. Solved customer queries, “back office work” which involved heavy usage of banking computer systems and administration work. Communicated with internal and external stakeholders on a lower level Processed workloads efficiently, kept to a small sales target, delivered exceptional customer service



Creative Direction for Fashion

University of the Arts, London

Aug 2012 - Jul 2015
  • 1st Class Honours Creative Direction is a relatively new course, entering its fourth year in September 2015. It's a combination of the disciplines taught within the school of Media and Communication (photography, film making, set design etc) which allows for students to experiment and discover their strengths, weakness and potential areas to consider for future careers.


London Foundation Fashion Diploma

Newham College of Further Education

Aug 2011 - May 2012
  • Passed with Distinction Foundational studies in fashion design and garment construction with support from the Fashion and Textiles Museum.



Platform 14 Exhibitor

  • An exhibition showcasing student work