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Art Institute of San Antonio (VFX, digital media)
My name is Nick, and if you want to learn more about the awesome world of special effects, photo touch up and manipulation, and 3D graphics then look no further. I have over ten years of experience in graphic design and photography, 2 certifications in Adobe Photoshop, and extensive knowledge in CGI, visual effects, video editing and more.
I look forward to working with you and showing you all the amazing things you can make happen in the world of digital media!
I have extensive knowledge of the Adobe suite and working in programs like Maya and Nuke. In my experience I have had the pleasure of teaching an intro to Photoshop class at Northern Kentucky University, earning 2 certifications as a Photoshop specialist, becoming a student in visual effects at the Art Institute of San Antonio, and have over 3 years of experience as an event and portrait photographer.
If you're looking for a high energy tutor with a passion for the digital art world, you've come to the right guy. Hey everybody!
My name is Nick, and if you want to learn more about the awesome world of special effects, photo touch up and manipulation, and 3D graphics then look no further. I have over ten years of experience in graphic design and photography, 2 certifications in
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