|What has been your professional career path?
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Design from U.C. Davis 2000. I shifted my focus to residential interiors in 2005 by attending the U.C. Berkeley extension program for Interior Design. After working under two notable San Francisco designers, I branched out on my own forming Niche Interiors in 2007.
I have been freelancing and providing solutions to clients for over 12 years
jury for competition. chief designer for recycle papers program in my sociaty.
owner of gilda interiors, my own workshop and studio in java indonesia.
i am also a teacher lecturer in Indonesia institut of Art yogyakarta since 2005.
err... have never thought of that as a professional path.. maybe it's just the time to think it over... when I've all the thoughts put together I'll definitely be back to you with the answers :)
In over 30+ years working in advertising, I spent the first 12 years working for major ad agencies (including 10+ years with Ogilvy & Mather) and the last 20 years working for myself.
I started in the family business by doing the administrative work while learning a variety of design and construction techniques. In addition, I worked part time for an Italian company designing belts, artisanal buckles, and leather purses. Years later I was confident enough to open my own company with the help of my mother and some seamstress. I have had specialized training in the USA and Switzerland. My collections have been shown in the United States, Venezuela, and Switzerland. My Couture Studio is in Tampa Florida, and also I am designing my first jewelry collection.
Business. I have been self employed since 2001
I started out working in commercial interior design for Herman Miller, and then moved on to designing model homes for housing developments. I have spent time in retail as well and assisting independent interior designers. I am starting to get more involved in fashion styling, my other love.
I graduated with a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design from University College Falmouth in 2009. Before university, I had started my own clothing brand and was founder/editor of an online snowboard magazine. Since graduating, I have worked as Asst. Art Director and Designer at Method Snowboard Magazine in Biarritz, France. I am now freelancing in Oslo, Norway while seeking studio work.
I started designing in high school when my Digital Publishing class was asked to design the Senior Graduation Program. My program design won and was presented to the seniors at the event.
After high school, I went to Florida A&M and majored in Graphic Design with a Journalism minor. Still seeking to learn different aspects of design, I enrolled in San Francisco State University's Industrial Arts program and graduated with my Master of Arts.
While matriculating at San Francisco State University I started my business, IsrylDesigns and have worked with several small business and non profits.
I have created my own line of children's clothing and accessories. Since November 2009 I also have a line for women that includes clothing and accessories.
I make private label for other companies and also design products for a local brand.
|My artistic career began by attending the Art Institute of Philadelphia in 1991.
My first professional job was for American Society of Educators & American Theater Arts For Youth as the Assistant to the Vice President Print Production and Assistant Art Director (5/94-5/95). I designed several advertisements for What’s New magazine as well as the various sections of Media & Methods Magazine. Completed mechanicals for a one million piece multiple version promotional mailing for American Family Theater and American Theater Arts for Youth.
I was then promoted to Production Director (5/95-5/97). I Planned, directed and coordinated all promotional and subscription mailings to ensure that they are in accordance with schedule and budget. Formulate layout and design concept, select and secure suitable illustrative materials, and conceive and delegate production of material to artists. Interfaced with sales to design advertising for clients.
My next leap was getting the position at MetroCorp Custom Publishing, a division of Philadelphia Magazine as Assistant Art Director (5/97-7/02) designing for the following publications.
• New England Travel & Life Magazine
• Mid-Atlantic Travel Magazine
• Philadelphia Magazine’s Elegant Wedding Magazine
• Boston Magazine’s Elegant Wedding Magazine
• 1998 Decorator’s Showhouse Magazine
• Philadelphia Magazine’s 1999 Guide to Good Health Magazine
• Philadelphia The Official Delegate & Media Guide for the 2000 Republican National Convention
• Philadelphia Convention Visitors Bureau Publications: Official Visitors Guide,
Meeting Planners Guide, Destination Planners Guide
At Kelly-Anne Leyman Design (2002-present) we take great pride in every project, big or small. You can be sure when you hire Kelly-Anne Leyman Design for a project you will get the best service, attention to detail and innovative design. We have 16 years of experience working on different types of projects with clients of varying budgets. Below is a list of services we provide:
Magazines & Publication Covers
Custom Logo Designs
Letterhead & Stationary Design
Business Card Design
I got a full-time job right out of college and have been there since. It's a great place to work and I have learned a lot there. I also get to work on a lot of great, varied projects.
I have designed many homes, a medical center and several condos. Until I put this site together, I had just done it as a passion.
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