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September 25- 30 Performances are at 8:00 p.m. (except Sunday, September 28, at 3:00 p.m.)

Russell H. Miller Theatre, Ivan Wilson Center for Fine Arts (FAC) on the WKU campus $10 adults / $8 students and senior citizens call (270) 745- 3121 for reservations, or (270) 745-5845 for more information the Student Publications open house Monday, April 19, from 1 to 3 p.m. Join usorforstop by our building on normal drive during regular office hours.

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Fall 2010 applications are due by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28.


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StudentS want mOre than juSt a cOncert... the Freestyle tour is a high energy collaboration of hip hop music and action sports. the evening kicks off with a performance by hip hop artist & speaker cZ with dj Promote who spins music throughout the evening for a flatland BmX demo. the tour is headlined by top Freestyle Skateboard Pro tim Byrne, one of the most technically sound professional freestyle skateboarders on the scene today. tim is a passionate evangelist who challenges this generation to live counter-culturally with his message “christ In us”.

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Evening Performance: g 90 minute evening performance g Hip hop artist & speaker CZ + 2 school assemblies g Pre-designed artwork for your event too! g Syntax Records Artist DJ Promote (Poster, flyer & ticket) g Flatland BMX rider Scott Ditchfield g Freestyle Skateboarder & speaker Tim Byrne g tim Byrne's $1000 trick challenge shares a message and Gospel presentation School assembly: Character-based school assemblies feature the Freestyle Tour performers along with a message from CZ on a topic to fit your students (wise choices, love/relationships, choosing your identity)


Daniel Hobbs whobbs83@gmail.com 615 512 2689

Education Western Kentucky University Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design

Core Strengths

Activities

Creative Problem Solving Graphic Design Design Editing Project Management Team Player Brain Storming Hard Worker

Campus Crusade for Christ Student Publications Freelance Design Mountain Biking SnowBoarding Travel Photography Video

Technology Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign) Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) iWork (Keynote, Pages) iMovie Final Cut Express After Effects

References Katie Clark

WKU Student Publications Marketing Manager/Talisman Advisor 270-392-9800 katherine.clark@wku.edu

Jason Dyba

Long Hollow Baptist Church Creative Director 630-913-5583 jason.dyba@longhollow.com

David Hobbs

First Baptist Church of Hendersonville Communications Director 615-419-5762 dhobbs@fbtchtn.org


Experience 2010 - present

Long Hollow Baptist Church

Contract Media Intern/Laborer

Duties include various design projects, such as print design, weekly newsletter, posters, mailers, and also promotional pieces for use on web sites; creative planning, set design and construction for sermon series; assist in video editing, video shoot set-up and creating graphics for video segments.

2010 - present

Daniel Hobbs

Freelance Designer

Creative and design for clients such as, Reach Your City, Southern Nurseries, and others. Projects include various design campaigns involving print and web graphics, advertising publications, logos/branding, book covers, brochures, posters, mailers and catalogs.

2009 -2010

WKU Student Publications Design Editor for the Talisman (student yearbook) In charge of the design strategy of a 400+ page publication with 4,700 copies produced. Oversaw a team of eleven designers working with eight editorial board members to create design standards, and creatively keep consistency throughout the book. Duties included creating design templates and character styles, critique of the design team’s layouts, and design of special package sections in the book.

Summer 2009

Lifeway Christian Stores Headquarters

Design Intern

Designed VBS publications and publicity pieces. Worked with a team of experienced designers, learned how to express ideas in a corporate environment.

2004- 2010

Hobbs Creative

Junior Designer

Gained experience in family-owned freelance design firm. Assisted in various projects for clients such as Schwan’s Food Services, Beech High School Football Team, First Baptist of Hendersonville, and Long Hollow Baptist Church.


daniel hobbs 615-512-2689 whobbs83@gmail.com


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