Work experience

Work experience
Mar 2008 - Present

Multimedia Designer


Combination of graphic design software techniques to create computer based movies, presentations and web design. Development of branding strategies.

2006 - Present


Objects Gallery

Created  multimedia installation using projection of video art on a large wall that was on exhibit for three weeks.

Created ephemeral installation "ritual" on opening night with the help of Buddhist chanting monks and the use of one hundred candles.

Performed  "Human Touch" on opening night.

Collected contact information of interested audience and e-mailed them photographs of event.

Sep 2012 - Present

Work Study

East Harlem Bikram Yoga

Support all aspects of studio operations as needed, including tasks agreed upon by staff management team. Participate with staff and board in interviewing new hires.  Actively network with clients,  neighbors and community.

Jan 2006 - Mar 2010

Business Writer

Solid Service Corp.

Prepared reports and proposals for business development. Undertook internal projects such as client’s business plans or strategic timelines. Worked closely with Accountant and Marketing Research Analyst to include accurate financial reports.

Feb 2006 - Apr 2008

Account Executive

Ikon Office Solutions

Top performer six months in a row.

Duties included:

New business prospecting and development; including cold calling, scheduling client introductions and meetings.

Prepared presentations, proposals and bid specifications to strategically win new business.

Attended training and associated workshops to increase product knowledge and to stay abreast of company products and pricing as well as familiarity with competitor products and pricing.

Participated in trade shows, technology showcases and product demonstrations, promoting company image and products.

Understood basic selling skills, with exceptional analytical, organizational, and communication abilities to work within a professional, team-oriented environment.

2002 - 2005



Designed and directed distribution of advertisement to events.


Aug 2011 - Present

Bachelor of Science

Fashion Institute of Technology

In New York City, one of the world’s great art centers, the art industry earns yearly revenues approaching a billion dollars. Art of every variety is exhibited and sold here, in countless museums, galleries, and auction houses. Curators and conservators make up only a small part of an art institution’s staff; up to 85 percent of employees are the trained professionals responsible for critical functions ranging from communications and marketing to visitor services. Responding to industry needs, the Art History and Museum Professions program prepares students for non-curatorial positions in such areas as collections management, development, information technology, public relations, rights and reproductions, and special events.



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Professional Associations

New York City Usability Professionals' Association