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Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

Savannah, GA | 2020

  • M.F.A. Themed Entertainment Design


Western Washington University

Bellingham, WA | 2017

  • B.A. Studio Art

  • B.A. Art History


Digital Skills:

  • Revit 

  • Adobe Suite: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator

  • Sketch Up

  • 3ds Max

  • Keynote

  • Microsoft Office 


Traditional Studio Skills:

  • Painting: acrylic, oil, watercolor, digital

  • Drawingcharcoal, graphite, ink

  • Prop/Costume Fabrication

  • Carpentry

  • Scenic Design

  • Glassblowing



  • Research and synthesis of complex information

  • Critical thinking and analysis

  • Strong writing and verbal communication

  • Organized and detail oriented


2016 | France

Artist Residency and Paleolithic Cave Exploration


2015 | Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia

Independent backpacking


2013 | Italy

Art Workshop


Slice Creative Network Member

TEA NextGen Member


Universal Orlando Resort: Art & Design Department                                       2019-Present
Temp Designer
             Concept Artist - Subject to NDA

  • Responsible for concept illustrations, sketchup models, color renderings and RFP packages on various capital projects


  • Produced color elevations for Halloween Horror Nights

Décor Specialist

  • Design, fabricate and maintain décor for marquee events such as Christmas and Mardi Gras

  • Responsible for safe and efficient installation and strike of décor in the field


Miziker x SCAD Pitchfest                                                                                    July-Aug 2020

  • One of eight students selected by Miziker Entertainment to take part in a collaborative program to create a short video promoting our work.

  • Eagerly integrated knowledge imparted by members of the Miziker team to develop the new skills necessary to produce the video as envisioned

SCADPro x Savannah Economic Development Authority                                     Oct 2020

  • Selected for a weekend design challenge to pitch concepts of a lobby experience entertaining potential SEDA clients visiting Savannah

  • Embraced and met tight deadlines with a multi-departmental team that received high praise from SEDA for our ability to incorporate feedback and present emotionally resonant concepts

SCADPro x Trane Technologies Sponsored Course                                       Mar-May 2020

  • Developed an on-brand immersive experience telling the story of Trane Technologies for purposes of band loyalty and investor relations for their North Carolina Headquarters

  • Leader for process book team, main presenter, storyboard/key art illustrator, graphic designer and script editor

  • Final presentation was well received by Trane Technologies

Creative Director - Themed Entertainment Design Showcase                      Sep-Nov 2019
SCAD | Savannah, GA

  • Successfully orchestrated the creation and execution of the inaugural showcase

  • Responsible for managing budgets, documenting process, encouraging student participation, and adhering to SCAD’s brand identity and standards

  • Partnered with Art Director to maintain consistent creative direction

  • Recognized by the Dean for outstanding performance and secured funding for a second event


2017                          Senior Exhibition

B-Gallery | Western Washington University


2017                          Figure & Symbol

B-Gallery | Western Washington University


2016                         Emergence (Guest Curator)

Firehouse Café and Performing Arts Center | Bellingham, WA


2013                         Gallery Italia

B-Gallery | Western Washington University


2017                          Corporeal

B.F.A. Exhibition Catalogue entry on Eleanor Ortland (w/ Marissa Lemon)

Department of Art & Art History

Western Washington University


2017                          Coded Threads

Exhibition Catalogue entries on Shelia Klein and Laura Thapthimkuna (w/ Marissa Lemon and Olivia Harris)

Department of Art & Art History

Western Washington University


2017                          Designing to Reduce Anxiety: The Early Years of Disneyland

Scholar’s Week research presentation

Department of Art & Art History

Western Washington University

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