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The Jetfire JX1 emergency unit 1st response jet a was designed to respond to the first challenge on the scene of an emergency in the terroritories for where it lives.

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T.R. Nimen Inc: Javis Center: NY

T.R. Nimen Inc: Javis Center: NY
Javis Center: New York: Gala Prevue 2002

Greening Housing Shelter

Greening Housing Shelter
Greening Housing Shelter with solar initiative

The Stack Shelf

The Stack Shelf
The Stack Shelf

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surfboard design research

surfboard design research
surfboard design development

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JX2 Pilgram: Design

JX2 Pilgram: Design
Illustration: JX2 Pilgram

Engineering sketches of Machines

City Planning

City Planning
City Planning Illustration

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Illustration: Jetfire OX1: Architecture + Civil Service Engineer Draftsman: Duane Smith |
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JX Engineering: Surfboards

JX Engineering: Surfboards
JX Engineering: Surfboards

Water Bottle Design for Korea

Water Bottle Design for Korea
Product Design: Water Bottle Design for/ Water bottle Company in Korea

Employment Poster 2013

Employment Poster 2013
Employment Poster 2013

2010-2013: Graphic Communications: Research Developer - Illustrator - Educator - Civil Service Engineer - Graphic Designer: 2011-2012:
Career Re-Development Studies
: Architecture and Civil Services Engineering: Rendering and Drafting:

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site design

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JX3 Civilian: Engineering Design: Schematics: Military Initiative Design: MID


TAC Jetfire OX1


duane smith illustration: Jetfire OX1: Phase 3: Jet Engine Design: Sketches

Jetfire copy

IFTF

IFTF
Urban and Architectual illustration:

Weeksville Heritage Center Museum: Urban Garden


LIDD: Development Efforts


Architecture: Logo Initiative Design in Drafting


House Drafting: Levels 1, 2 and 3

Drafting 1

Drafting 1
House Draft: Levels 1

Drafting 1

Drafting 1
House Draft: Level 2

Level 3

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Drafting Techniques

Illustration: Jetfire Hover

Illustration: Jetfire Hover
Illustration: Jetfire Hover

Resume

Professional Resume:

Duane Smith: Jr Art Director: Research Developer | Illustrator | Arts Educator | Civil Service Engineer

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*Interactive Resume: http://wwwdsmithdesigndevelop.blogspot.com
*References: http://wwwjrartdirectorduanesmith.blogspot.com/p/references.html
*Interactive: http://duanesmith1.wix.com/duanesmithmedia#!home/mainPage
*Timeline: http://dsmithdigitaltimeline.blogspot.com
*Illustration: http://wwwdsmithillustrationcom.blogspot.com/
*Drafting: http://draftingduanesmith.blogspot.com/
*TAC: http://taclessons.blogspot.com/



Best form of communications:
*email: duanesmith1@gmail.com


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SKILLS

{ Proficiency in the following programs including: }

QuarkXpress, Adobe CS3, Flash, HTML (CSS), SketchUP
(AutoCAD: entry-level) and Microsoft Office Work CROSS-PLATFORM:
PC and MACTypesetting: GRAPHIC DESIGN | type 80 wpm: clerical
and office duties including lifting upto 70lbs] and skilled
field including architectural rendering and illustration:


VOLUNTEER EFFORTS

1. Entry-level Carpentry: House building
2. Agriculture and farming
3. Pro-Bono Communications for Non-Profit Organizations
5. Curriculum Development for Educational Purposes
within Communication Arts | Writing and Research
and *Coloringbooks for youth


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Professional Experience:


2001 TO PRESENT: DUANE SMITH: FREELANCE: DUANE SMITH ILLUSTRATION:
+ graphic communicator | illustrator | educator | draftsman

Providing freelance graphic design, production and illustration to various
establishments including book publishing, non-for-profit and educational
programs including: Weeksville Heritage Center, Hamilton Stone Press,
Brotherhood Sister Sol, KIPP School, Groundswell Community Mural Project,
The Network Journal Magazine, Community Cradle, The National Museum
of Animals & Society: Including conceptual development, web based development
and interface design, designing collateral and booklets for related events/working
with printers and staff administrative; providing informative illustrations
for educational, business and nonprofit organizations;
and urban rendering and drafting.
[ CDO WORK | NEW YORK, NEW YORK ]
2006-2010 WEEKSVILLE HERITAGE CENTER: { MUSEUM } BROOKLYN, NEW YORK:
+ graphic communicator | draftsman | educator

Instructing students within Brooklyn based schools, ages 8-18, in programs
held during and after-school developing publications (teen formated magazines),
posters reflecting the Big Read initiative and conducting workshops. Instruction
includes conceptual development;training students to write, design and learn
graphic communications from both traditional and computer based standards.
Services also include designing collateral and bookletsfor the relatedevents.
A.CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Instruction designed to plan project goals;
made to work with groups upto 15 to 30 students in planning and educational
standards and efforts: research development B. GRAPHIC TECHINICIAN |
DRAFTSMAN: Designing collateral and booklets for the related events/working
with printers and staff administration; providing informative illustrations;
and urban rendering and drafting. C. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES:
Adobe CS3, HTML CSS
2004-2009 GROUNDSWELL COMMUNITY MURAL PROJECT: BROOKLYN, NEW YORK:
+ Muralist | Instructor: by contract/ seasonal

Instructing youth, ages 15-19, for 7 weeks during the summer based in Brooklyn, NY.
Developing mural concepts with youth and community-based organizations involving
training summer youth in conceptual development, drawing, design and social media:
A. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: Instruction designed to plan project goals;
made to work with groups upto 15 to 18 workers in planning and community efforts.
B. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES: Griding and calculations; skilled field drawing techniques;
Adobe CS3, HTML CSS C. LABOR: Assembling and dismantling scaffolding; use of
building materials and power tools; organizing and mixing paints; organizing,
disassembling and cleaning of worksites; LIFTING UPTO 80LBS TO 100LBS.
[ *FALL 2005: RETURNED BACK TO SCHOOL FOR MY MA IN ILLUSTRATION ]
2004-2005 ABELSON COMPANY, INC: NEW YORK, NEW YORK:
+ Graphic Designer: freelance
Graphic Designer providing
support for Senior Designer developing corporate logos,
museum ads, website interface design, non-profit
communications support and catalogs: Advertising agency.
2003-2004 MEDIA ARTS GROUP : THOMAS KINKAIDE: NEW YORK, NEW YORK:
+ Production | Assistant Designer
Graphic Designer providing support
for Senior Designer and Art Director developing logos, packaging design
and catalogs. | Laid off Position interrupted by business failure.
[ CDO WORK | NEW YORK, NEW YORK ]
Saturdays:
2005-2001 RUSH PHILANTHROPIC | PHAT FARM, NEW YORK
+ 3D Designer Instructor: by contract/ seasonal
Teaching children, ages 8-12, in a five week Saturday
morning Visual Arts Mentorship program introducing
3D design through a series of projects investigating
various concepts.

Summer of:
2001 | Pratt Institute: New York
Pratt Institute Institute: New York
+ Design Instructor: by Contract/ Seasonal
Taught children, ages 8-12 the elements
of design in a four-week program at the
Beginning With Children School in Queens, New York

2001-2004 T.R. NIMEN INC. NEW YORK, NEW YORK:
+ Graphic Designer: fulltime
Created themed promotion logos, collateral and websites for annual events.
Developed identities and corporate signatures for emerging companies
and not-for-profits, created print production specifications for estimates,
participated in project trafficking and maintained job jackets including organization
of photography, illustration, digital art, and company archives. Participated
in print production including color/halftone separation, choosing paper,
on-press supervision, and print production follow-up tasks.

2000-01 BOOKLIGHT: NEW YORK, NEW YORK
+Graphic Design,Website production, Illustration: fulltime
Designed and produced websites and book covers for various
publishers includingWatson–Guptill Publications and Lantern Books.


*Summer 2000: Returned back to New York City to completed
my bachelor studies at Pratt Institute.

1999-00 OBERLANDER DESIGN: ALBANY, NEW YORK
+ Junior Designer: fulltime
Designed and produced brochures, invitations and ads under the direction
of art director and senior for New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey Dance Theater
Foundation and Lincoln Center for Performing Arts.

1998-1999 AVON PRODUCTS, INC: NEW YORK, NEW YORK
+ Graphic Design Intern: fulltime
Designed branding for Global Imaging & advertising department.
Assistant to Global Imaging graphic designer producing new product.
brand imaging. Designed media kits, which involved working.
under tight deadlines.

1997 GRETCHEN BELLINGER ALBANY, N.Y.

EDUCATION:
FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY: New York, New York,
MA (Masters in Illustration) 2007 Major: Illustration
| Historical Research: Program includes of techniques
within illustration digital and traditional media: Thesis
& capstone entailing research, writing & design. *Studies.
included training of techniques within illustration and.
graphic design to improve work quality. *3.5 gpa.
PRATT INSTITUTE: Brooklyn, NY, BFA (Bachelors of Fine Arts)
School of Art and Design 2001 Communication Media Arts
Major: Illustration Minor: Graphic Design with
pursuit in Engineering and Drafting: *2.7 gpa
Mass Media Communications; ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL:
Albany, New York: general education diploma
graduating with honor and high honor marks;
regents classes; awards; and six college credits.
member of Trinity United Methodist Church.

*BEGAN PRATT INSTITUTE IN 1993 AND GRADUATED IN 2001.

Scholarships:
Pratt Institute’s President’s Scholarship
Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship;
Albany Artist Group







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