Genevieve Edelmann is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator based in South London, she has been working in higher education since 2016. She currently works as a Freelance Graphic Designer and Specialist Digital Design Technician for the Graphic Design Courses at Chelsea College of Art. Her specialities lie in editorial design, data visualisation, illustration and motion graphics.
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Graphic Design Techncian (Teaching & Learning)University of The Arts London (UAL)
London, United KingdomFull Time
As the Specialist Teaching Technician for Graphic Design at Chelsea College of Art, my role involves teaching and supporting students with a wide range of software products including Adobe Creative Suite and specialist 3D software such as Cinema 4D. I provide both formal and informal workshops and one to one tutorials for students that may include the demonstration and explanation of digital design, media software and the relevant equipment.
Design TechnicianKingston School of Art
- London, United KingdomFull Time
From 2016 - 2018 I was employed by Kingston University as an Associate Lecturer and Technical Fellow in the Digital Media & hackSpace Workshop. My role at the University meant that I was responsible for providing students and staff with support and guidance for the development of their work particularly in the selection and use of materials, equipment and software. Working as an Associate Lecturer I have had the opportunity to deliver sessions on digital skills development and visual presentation to a variety of courses across the University, most recently I led a successful introductory Short Course in Adobe InDesign.
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- Adobe Indesign/illustrator/photoshop
- Creative Arts
- Arts Graduate
- Graphic Communication
- Animal Illustration
- Motion Graphics
Master of ArtsKingston School of Art
- London, United Kingdom
I graduated with Distinction from Kingston School of Art with a Master’s Degree in Graphic Design. My Final Major Project explored the opportunities that might exist for a Graphic Designer to visually communicate statistical information and data relating to the field of criminal justice; it was a project that developed as a result of my interest in data visualisation and the relationship between Graphic Design and social responsibility. The final outcome was a physical publication which was the result of both a critical and creative approach to research and communication design.
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