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The Art Intitute of Tampa (Graduate Coursework)
I love the versatility of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Muse. I have a passion for teaching technology because whoever learns these softwares has a chance to become a great digital designer and illustrator. I taught digital art in high schools in Myrtle Beach and in Tampa. I can teach beginner students to easily learn and understand the Adobe Creative Suite and to advance students willing to learn new tricks. I possess great patience with slow or hyperactive learners. I'm experienced in group or one-on-one classes, and I treat every individual student, regardless of age, with the utmost respect. I am understanding of their willingness to learn or enhance a new trade.
Almost 20 years of experience in the graphic arts makes me feel comfortable to teach graphic and general computer knowledge.
I am a career graphic designer, layout, color theory researcher, and passionate artist.
If you need help with your digital art classes in school, want to learn how to make a live website in few hours with no coding, or want to advance your knowledge to another level, don't hesitate to contact me. With me you'll learn a world of graphics. I love the versatility of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Muse. I have a passion for teaching technology because whoever learns these softwares has a chance to become a great digital designer and illustrator.
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