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Graphic Designer

PORTFOLIO


Original size: 11 x 17 “

The Object Project The assignment was to choose a household products, find a problem involving thr object, the create a graphic solition for that problem. The object I chose was a cotton swab. The problem was the misuse of the swab as an agent to clean the ear canals. My graphic solution was to create a poster depicting practical and whimsical uses of the cotton swab other than cleaning ones ears. I also created an accompanying animation.


Original size: 8.5 x 11“

Symphony Posters Our assignment was to create a purely typographic poster for the London Symphony Orchestra. The posters needed to represnet certain design principles, such as heigherarchy, scale and rythmn.


Original size: 8.5 x 11�

Original size: 8.5 x 11�


Original size: 11 x 17 “

NECESSARY Necessary Voices Posters The objective was to create a poster sereies for a series

VOICES

of three talks presented by different speekers. The poster must he cohesive and reflect a theme. The series is about the visual representation of the voice through images of mouth movements and sound waves.

Poetry Reading by Marilyn Nelson Award-winning poet, National Book Award finalist, and former poet laureate of Connecticut, Nelson will inaugurate this year's Necessary Voices arts and ideas lecture series. She will read from her poetry and discuss the personal and historical narratives that inspire her.

September 15 at 4:30 in the Tower Room (9th floor) at ABC


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NECESSARY

V OICES

NECESSARY

VOICES

Associate Professor of World Religions and Dean of Arts and Sciences,

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Dr. Stephen Healey

American Historian Christopher Collier,

He will discuss the The Meaning and Future of Liberalism. The most important processes and values on which we rely and base our lives and careers may not continue to "work" in the face of changes that are afoot: questions lingering about tolerance post 9/11, state-oriented capitalism as a threat to liberal economics, the Great Recession, etc.

November 10, 4:30 in the Art Gallery, ABC

Award-winning author and former State Historian of Connecticut (1984-2004). In “Sarah Banks and the Married Women's Property Act of 1877,” Collier will discuss his research into a nineteenth-century Bridgeport resident who fought to retain her own property after divorcing her husband.

October 13 4:30 in ABC Art Gallery


Program

2012 International Festival Done as an assignment for my Design Service class. Our client was the program ditector at the University of Bridgeport. We were asked to design two posters and a program which would work cohesively amd express an international theme.


Original size: 11 x 17 “

Original size: 11 x 17 “


Original size: 11 x 17 “

IICONN BREAKING BARRIERS

Become an Interpreter or Translator České

Français

Kreyòl

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‫ةيبرعلا‬

中文

Polski

Pусский

日本語

Deutsch

IICONN Collateral

Español And many more Are you an interpreter or a translator? Work on a per-diem basis. If you possess oral

The International Institute of Connecticut is a non profit located in Bridgeport. For our assignment

and written skills in English and any other language, put your skills to us at IIC.

Contact Jayna Stonick jstonick@iiconn.org 203-336-0141 x41

we were asked to make a series of collateral which included letter heads, business cards, flyers, brochers, posters and a logo for their annual auchtion. BRIDGEPORT OFFICE (CENTRAL OFFICE) 203-336-0141 670 Clinton Ave. Bridgeport, CT 06605

We provide training and certification every June and August for interested applicants.

STAMFORD OFFICE 203-965-7190 20 Forest Street, 1st floor, Stamford, CT 06901 (Unitarian Universalist Society) HARTFORD OFFICE 860-692-3085 330 Main St, 3rd floor, Hartford, CT 06106 DERBY OFFICE 203-751-8696 30 Elizabeth St, Derby, CT 06418


Brochure Original size: 8.5 x 11“

HELP US to HELP YOU

BRIDGEPORT OFFICE (CENTRAL OFFICE) 670 Clinton Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06605 203-336-0141 203-339-4400 fax STAMFORD OFFICE 20 Forest Street, 1st floor, Stamford, CT 06901 (in the United Unitarian Church) 203-965-7190 203-425-8927 fax HARTFORD OFFICE 330 Main St, 3rd floor, Hartford, CT 06106 860-692-3085 860-692-3089 fax

SERVING AND EMPOWERING NEW AMERICANS SINCE 1918

IICONN relies on donations from our charitable friends and benefactors to provide the essential services our clients need.

www.iiconn.org

Main Office

DERBY OFFICE 30 Elizabeth St, Derby, CT 06418 203-751-8696 203-736-4837 fax

Visit us if you believe we can be of assistance in anyway. IICONN’s services will be beneficial in many ways both to you and our community. Fees for the services provided are modest and all donations are tax deductable.

670 Clinton Avenue

Bridgeport, CT 06605 203-336-0414

203-339-4400 fax

We look forward to a new relationship with you in the process of aiding our new Americans.

Stamford 22 Grove Street

SERVING AND EMPOWERING NEW AMERICANS SINCE 1918

Stamford, CT 06902 203-965-7190

203-425-8927 fax

www.iiconn.org

Hartford 330 Main St., 3rd Floor

Consultant

Hartford, CT 06106 860-692-3085

Jane F. Rodas, Esq. Bridgeport 203-336-0141 jrodas@iiconn.org

860-692-3089 fax Derby Office 30 Elizabeth Street Derby, CT 06418

For more information please visit our website http://www.iiconn.org

Please contact Angela Rossi Zurowski, Executive Director

203-751-8696

203-736-4837 fax

Main Office 670 Clinton Avenue Bridgeport, CT 06605 203-336-0414

Executive Director Angela Rossi Zurowski

THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT, INC. SERVING AND EMPOWERING NEW AMERICANS SINCE 1918 We advocate for public policy ensuring fair and The International Institute of Connecticut, (IICONN) is a equitable treatment of immigrants, refugees and non- profit, non-sectarian social service agency dedicated other associates. IICONN works to increase public to helping thousands of immigrants each year achieve self-sufficiency. We offer an array of services to helpOFour connecticut INC. recognition of the contributions made by our new institute international clients meet theirinternational most essential needsinstitute such as food, OFshelter, connecticut INC.Americans to the cultural and economic richness of our country. learning English, refugee resettlement, job training, job placement, counseling, translation/ interpretation services IICONN is a member of the United States and legal assistance. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), the largest non-sectarian immigrant service network IICONN’s mission is to aid new Americans become in the country. IICONN is recognized by the US independent. Ensuring access to affordable immigration Board of Immigration Appeals and is a member of services and assisting in acquiring US citizenship we help the Connecticut Immigrant & Refugee Coalition bring families together. We help our client’s reach their goals (CIRC), a broad-based network of community and conquer new challenges along their journey while they agencies, religious groups, legal service providers and support us in building our communities. immigrant rights activists committed to protecting the rights and welfare of refugee and immigrant communities in the State of Connecticut.

203-339-4400 fax

President Robert Maresca, Esq. Vice President Franck Adjisegbe, Secretary Richard Ryscavage, SJ Treasurer Jorge Atencio

www.iiconn.org

Stamford 22 Grove Street Stamford, CT 06902 203-965-7190 203-425-8927 fax

Hartford 330 Main St, 3rd Floor Hartford, CT 06106 860-692-3085 860-692-3089 fax

Derby 30 Elizabeth Street Derby, CT 06418 203-751-8696 203-736-4837 fax

Board Members Viviana Atienzar Carol Dreznick

Barbara F. Green, Esq. Sharon Kish

John J. Lacava, Esq.

Letterhead & Business cards

Jane Norgren

Peter Penczer, Esq.

Elizabeth Seeley, Esq. Poonam Sharma

Joseph K. Venishnick, Esq. Heidi Werth

Laura M. Wilbur

George Wolf, Esq.

MEMBER: U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, United Way of Western Connecticut, Valley United Way, Recognized and Accredited by the U.S. Board of Immigration Appeals.

Our Program Structured by Experienced Multi-Cultural Staff and Volunteers Refugee Resettlement & Services IICONN’s immigration programs aim to resolve barriers, reunite families, and enable full participation of immigrants in our diverse communities. Established in 1918, we are the only statewide nonprofit agency recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) to provide services to low income individuals. Project Rescue: Anti-Human Trafficking Project A program designed to assist victims of human trafficking identified in the State of Connecticut. It is funded under a grant from the Office for Victims of Crime, within the U. S. Department of Justice and is operated by the International Institute of Connecticut (IICONN).

international institute

Citizenship Preparation Classes & ESL Assists immigrants and refugees in becoming self sufficient, IICONN offers English as a Second Language classes at its Bridgeport office. American citizenship classes are also provided on certain Saturdays. Citizenship Instruction Aids toward the advancement in attaining U.S. Citizenship. We offer Citizenship Classes in our Bridgeport office to help clients learn civics, improve English skills, and pass their naturalization interview. Our naturalization services include educating the community in regards to the benefits of attaining citizenship, consultations to determine eligibility, support in filing the necessary forms and preparation for the interview and exam.

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Interpreter/Translator Services Our multi-cultural employees are skillfully trained to translate and interpret various documents including letters, deeds, etc. to individuals, agencies or corporations. We are able to translate and interpret in approximately 40 languages, including Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Arabic, Chinese and many others. Immigration & Naturalization Services IICONN also assists people preparing for citizenship through counseling and completing of forms (N400), as well as civics education and interview preparation.


Brochures Original size: 11 x 17 “

IICON Annual Auction Logo


Cascina Bruciata Identity The assignmnet was to redesign the logo and branding of Cascina Bruciatat, a wine company based in Italy. The design represents “casina bruciata” or the “burning house”


BRUCIATA

Signage

RIO SORDO RISERVA

BARBARESCO

Packaging

CASCINA

DENOMINAZIONE DI ORIGINE CONTROLLATA E GARANTITA

2006 Prodotto e imbottigliato da Azienda Agricola Cascina Bruciata di Carlo Balbo Barbaresco — Italia Contiene Solfiti Contains Sulphites Contient Sulfites Conthalt Sulfite

75 cl 14,5% vol

Prodotto in Italia L. 7/2010


Don Cooper’s

Don Cooper’s

Don Cooper’s

Hanukkah Songs

Hanukkah Songs

Don Cooper’s

A Festival of Lights 1. Happy Hanukkah

Hanukkah Songs A Festival of Lights

Hanukkah Songs A Festival of Lights

A Festival of Lights

2. The Mighty Maccabees 3. Who Can Retell (Mi Y’Malel) 4. The Candle Blessing 5. Candles, Candles Burning Bright 6. The Dreidel Song 7. Rock of Ages (Maoz Tzur) 8. Lot of Latkes 9. My Hanukkah Gift 10. Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah

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Cooper’s Hanukkah CD Don Cooper’s

Hanukkah Songs

We were tasked with creationg Don Cooper’s Hanukkah: A Festival of Lights CD cover.

A Festival of Lights 1. Happy Hanukkah 2. The Mighty Maccabees 3. Who Can Retell (Mi Y’Malel) 4. The Candle Blessing 5. Candles, Candle Burning Bright

6. The Dreidel Song 7. Rock of Ages (Maoz Tzur) 8. Lot of Latkes 9. My Hanukkah Gift 10. Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah

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Original size: 5.5x 4.25“

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Enfeild Teens ask for postcards to hand uot to highschool students at events such as prom and graduation that would give alternatives to drinking.

DO YOU KNOW CONNECTICUT’S UNDERAGE DRINKING LAWS? If you’re under 21: Drinking alcohol in Connecticut is against the law. It’s illegal to possess alcohol on public OR private property unless you are accompanied by your parent or guardian. Breaking the law has serious consequences including: Being fined.

TEENS Having your license suspended for up to 60 days. WHO y ou can

AND…individuals who knowingly permit minors to possess or consume alcohol may be fined, imprisoned, or both! This message is brought to you by the Enfield Together Coalition. Funding generously provided by the CT Dept. of Mental Health & Addiction Services.

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