My name is Tiffany and I am a trained Graphic Designer and Illustrator from Melbourne, Australia.
I have a huge passion for what I do, I have an excellent eye for detail and I am somewhat of a perfectionist—everything must be executed correctly and efficiently! I have a BA in Visual Communication and Design and a Certificate IV in Design. Over the years I have broadened my own studies by enrolling in Life Drawing classes, Letterpress classes and Book Binding tutorials.
My favourite hobbies include drawing and painting, but I love mixed medium styles such as collage, stencil work and printing. My style is strong and bold, however, as a Graphic and Communication Designer, I am highly adaptable according to the specific audience and brief.
Look forward to hearing from you!
March 2010—November 2012
Bachelor in Visual Communication and Design
Upon graduating, I was awarded a prize for ‘Most Involved’ in the effort to set up the Design departments end of year exhibition.
Northland College of the Arts
February 2009—November 2009
Certificate IV in Design
Upon graduating this course, I was awarded ‘Best Folio’ out of the entire graduating class.
February 2013—April 2013
Junior Graphic Design
I worked temporarily at the Head Office of international luxury skin care label, Aesop, as a substitute for another employee on holiday.
In the time that I worked there, I was responsible for approving final artwork, communicating with overseas offices, designing window, wall and door displays within Australia and internationally and working to extremely tight deadlines.
May 2013—August 2013
Freelance Graphic Designer
At Gozer Studio, I worked closely with the Web Developer to input mass amounts of information from a book into a blog form. This particular book was more of a challenge as it was a cook book and it was important to be able to read the web content as you would when you read a recipe in a book. The job included proof reading my own work, making sure everything was fitting and readable on the page before posting and correcting any minor glitches in the developing programs.