MY GALLERY SHOWS YOU, THE CUSTOMER VARIATIONS OF MY CREATIVITY. (Prints are on vinyl, canvas, matte, gloss and water color: prints can vary in size) YOU COULD PURCHASE ONE OF THESE PRINTS OR YOU CAN PURCHASE SOMETHING SIMILAR. YOU COULD ALSO PURCHASE PERSONAL ORIGANALS, I.E. “KISS” … “AGGIE” ……ETC. WARNING THE PRICE WILL VARY FOR SIZE AND THE AMOUNT OF HOURS SPENT ON YOUR PROJECT. I CAN CREATE OR PHOTOGRAPH ANY IMAGE WE CAN COME UP WITH. (Family shots are included, on or off location)
Biography: CURRENTLY------ART TEACHER/BASEBALL, SOTFBALL COACH and D.C. AFTERCARE PROVIDER COLLEGE EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE IN THE ARTS 1997 – 2001 Westfield State College Westfield, MA Batchelor of the Arts – Art Major ; Concentration in Graphic Design 2000 & 2001 Celebrate Unity Recognition Award for Academic Excellence Photographer, Media and Technical Services, Photography Department Audio-Visual Technician, Media and Technical Services Experience: Interim lead photographer, film processing and development, use of media equipment, and video production for ‘Holyoke to Boston Connection’ TV program. Web page design and experience using Adobe Photoshop / Premier Painter, Corel Draw, Quark Express Illustrator, Power Point, et.al. Computer Program Instructor, Massachusetts Educational Opportunities Program. Experience: Develop a curriculum in computer graphic programming for high school students. Teach students how to use computer programming software. Instruct students in the art of graphic design publication. Graphic Design Intern: Budweiser Corp., Williams Distributing, Springfield, MA January 2000 - May 2000 Experience: Completed design, layout, and print of graphic ads for display in retail stores. Worked cooperatively with Graphic Sign Designer to ensure timely project completion. Performed field visits and completed reports to measure customer response. Additional Coursework Trinity University Washington, DC Human Growth and Development (EDAC 601) Classroom Management (EDAC 602) Foundations of Education (MEDUC 380) EXPERIENCE IN THE CLASSROOM 2002-2006 Takoma Educational Center (K-8) Washington,DC Science Teacher: Grade 7 Life Science; Grade 8 Physical Science Responsibilities and Experiences Include: Planning and implementation of standards based lessons, integration of technology into the classroom, work with students with special needs (ELL and Special Education), effective classroom management (Average class size of 34), chaperoning of field trips connected to the Science curriculum, working to monitor and increase student achievement on standardized examinations, maintenance of attendance and academic progress records, including data assessment with an electronic grade book, and professional collaboration with colleagues, guidance counselors, special educators, administrators and parents. Coaching: 7th/8th Grade D.C.Boys and Girls Baseball, 7th/8th Grade Boys Basketball Mentor of Students: ‘DC Aftercare For All’ After School Program, assisting K-8 students with homework and planning meaningful extra-curricular opportunities. Lead Teacher: D.C. City Wide Science Fair. Organized and guided student projects and public presentation, aligned with Science curriculum. Recognized for D.C. City Wide excellence in Science. 2001-2002 Educational Cooperative Learning Center Boston, MA N Newton South High SchoolGrades 7-11: Earth Science Teacher Responsibilities and Experiences Include: Teaching a diverse group of students with severe emotional and behavioral needs. Developing and implementing a Special Education curriculum for at risk adolescents. Working with a team to diagnose psychosocial needs and support academic progress. Participation in IEP reviews. Collaboration with colleagues to ensure effective classroom management. Fall 2006 J.H. Johnson Junior High School Washington, DCScience Teacher: Grade 8 Physical Science; Grade 9 Biology Responsibilities and Experiences Include: Teaching a standards based curriculum in a distressed inner-city school.
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