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University of Delaware
My experience as a photographic digital imaging professional utilizing Adobe Photoshop spans over seventeen years. After earning a BFA in studio art with a minor in art history from the University of Delaware, I worked with museums both here and abroad eventually specializing in the area of restoration of works of art on paper. Working in this discipline allowed me to hone my skills for attention to detail and precision in seamless integration of my restoration and the original work of art.
After returning to the United States in 1995, I began work with a photographic lab in New York City. This lab was one of the first to utilize the digital platform in photograph restoration. The transition from analogue to digital was a turning point in my career which has influenced my work ever since. I worked with a number of studios in New York, including Corbis Images, furthering my photographic and digital imaging skills. Since moving to Wilmington Delaware I have expanded the scope of my imaging work to include work in the marketing, architectural, exhibition and rendering fields. I am now an independent consultant with clients such as W. L. Gore, DuPont and J. P. Morgan Chase. My experience as a photographic digital imaging professional utilizing Adobe Photoshop spans over seventeen years. After earning a BFA in studio art with a minor in art history
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