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I am a London based illustrator whose work is heavily informed by a sense of nostalgia and retrospective thinking along with a quirky and feminine sensibility. I recently graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) degree in Fashion Illustration at University of the Arts London. I am a loyal, hardworking and efficient individual with a meticulous eye for detail and a drive to succeed, with the ability to self-motivate and work on my own initiative. Proficient with Adobe Photoshop and InDesign as well as Microsoft Office, I also have experience with handling many social media platforms as well as website design in promoting my own personal brand. My friendly and polite demeanour, and my six years of experience within retail mean I can offer excellent people skills and problem solving skills; working well as a leader of a team. Other creative skills I have to offer include screen printing, repeat pattern design, logo design and branding, life drawing, dye sublimation printing, and experience with hand and machine sewing, pattern cutting and garment making in my free time.
My six years of experience within retail, and in particular as a Supervisor mean I can offer excellent people skills and problem solving skills; working well as a leader of a team as well as dealing with administration tasks.
A loyal and hardworking member of a small team of staff in a boutique homewear store. Responsibilities included cashing up and store key holder.
I was selected as one of the finalists for the CASS Arts Draw Fashion award, where my work was exhibited in the Nicholls and Clarke building, Shoreditch. My illustration is featured on the webpage. https://www.cassart.co.uk/blog/drawfashion_2016_fashion_illustration_for_the_next_generation.htm