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Work experience

Feb 2009Present

Web Designer

Yellow Rat Bastard

I was responsible for creating a WordPress based theme that matched their homepage at the time. My future with the publication is currently uncertain as they've brought in new management.

Aug 2009Jan 2009



As the manager of the radio station, I am responsible for handling demos and responding to PR agencies. Since I have a background in Audio Engineering, I also provide technical support. I am the sole web designer and created the site's design based on their branding.

The station is a fully licensed and holds both licenses “PPL & PRS” making it fully obligated to ensuring the artists obtain the money they are entitled to for producing their music.

Web Design



Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Flash
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Dreamweaver
Adobe Photoshop

Latest Work


Available upon request



To expand my portfolio with vibrant sites that are not only appealing, but are user friendly. I’d also like to increase my knowledge, experiment with new creative ideas and use them efficiently. I’m primarily a web designer, but I’d like to expand into other things aswell.


2006: Inducted into the National Honor Society under the point of Scholarship2007: Inducted into the International Quill & Scroll Society for the work I did for my school’s yearbook2008: Inducted into the National Art Honor Society for photography, named President of the International Quill & Scroll Society for leading the yearbook team, received my High School diploma

Have completed the Audio Engineering courses my community college offers

Additional Information

I am passionate about art, music, and writing. In the past six years I have maintained podcasts for a DJ, designed most of the pages in my high school’s yearbook, maintained my school’s photography website, introduced and caught the eye of publicists and producers, and even an artist or two. I don’t design just for the money, I’d rather complete a task that will make an impact on the buyer and the people looking at it. I think art should be something that lasts forever, not just a month or two.