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Self-taught designer with a passion for visual arts. Highly motivated and enthusiastic learner. Extensive portfolio spanning years of work produced for pleasure in my personal time. Heavily influenced by currents events and politics. Originally started producing visual work through an interest in typography and branding which developed into clothing design and digital collage. I creatively dissect briefs to provide conceptual visual outcomes that are original, contemporary and thought provoking, complimenting the guidelines provided. I recently achieved a high degree in English Literature from the University of Exeter with a strong emphasis on philosophy, allowing me to conjure etymological and connotation-based frameworks to produce the appropriate visual outcome. I submitted some of my visual work as part of my degree at Exeter and my work was also displayed prominently in Exeter forum within a number of student exhibitions.
My responsibilities included: Answering and transferring calls, greeting visitors, signing in and out visitors and employees, booking meeting rooms, handling keys and ensuring their return, cataloguing bills and receipts into company database, producing signs and copies.
My responsibilities included: Customer service, balancing speed with consideration for breakable materials, stocking and maintaining wine cellar, cleaning and locking up at night, booking tables, use of electronic communication and tills, often would be called to help in the restaurant when short of staff.
My responsibilities included: Greeting customers, handling and mounting artwork, overseeing sales of artworks, reorganising store to entice potential customers, providing help to resident artists when required.
2:1 in English Literature with a strong focus towards Philosophy, Creative Writing and the Visual Arts. My dissertational thesis reintroduced the largely unknown philosopher Peter W. Zapffe in an attempt to encourage a wider acknowledgment of his relevance to the study of philosophy and the arts.