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Christine M. Andrews

Welcome Sightseer,

Visual Arts has played a sustaining role in my life. Therefore, I have various credentials that illustrate so; moreover, opportunity to exhibit my work.

My areas of expertise are Digital Graphic Design and Traditional Art Methods, along with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in Illustration & Design.

I have been producing creative concepts and innovative designs [print material, presentation, animation, illustration (several for manuscript submissions to journals), web design, and web development] for the past 14-1/2-years and 9-1/2-years I was employed as a digital graphic designer at well-found Rochester corporations and university (plus, creations for non-profit organizations.). Focus in corporate, educational, marketing, technical, and personal assignments.

Beyond my creative skills, I found I enjoy sharing my expertise as much as designing. In my past, I mentored student interns and provided students and staff software or computer support as well.

In view of that, today I am self-employed as a senior art teacher, however still digitally creating by an array of ways [Read more about, how I can assist you or your business.].

Moreover, my career has given me the opportunity to work with many unique people: copywriters, language translators, administrative and IT personnel, skill tradespersons, engineers, professors, students, scientists, and seniors. Furthermore, I have established various credentials to help you archive your goals.

Thank you for logging on and hope you enjoy your visit. If I can supply any further information, please feel free to contact me at christinema@frontier.com. I look forward to hearing from you.


Sincerely,

Christine M. Andrews
May 2013

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