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P O R T F O LI O Dylan Martin

2014 - 2015


Cover L etter Dylan Martin 305 Avenida Azul San Marcos, CA 92069 April 18, 2014 Hiring Manager for Concept Artists at Disney Interactive Disney Interactive 1200 Grand Central Ave Glendale, CA 91201 Dear Hiring Manager, Walt Disney once said: “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” I also firmly believe that curiosity pushes us forward, and I know that I can help provide you the curiosity and imagination to foster progress and ignite the childlike spark of wonder in people that Disney has a long reputation of creating. As my enclosed resume suggests, my experience makes me a perfect fit for the job of Senior Concept Artist at Disney Interactive. My extensive experience working for Valve Software at Turtle Rock Studios as a Concept Artist and my vast knowledge of artistic styles and storyboarding have prepared me for the artistic demands this job requires, thus making me an ideal candidate to bring you and Disney Interactive into the future. As my resume highlights, I have offered artistic direction and leadership for my staff and team in past projects. This workplace experience, along with constant artistic pursuits at home, has given me a thorough background of many different forms of art and styles, including realism, cartooning, surrealism, etc. I have also become very comfortable working with various mediums of art; I can work traditionally and with digital programs like Abobe Photoshop, Corel Painter, and SAI. In addition, I master new skills quickly and complete tasks efficiently, and always exude enthusiasm and offer creative new ideas. At your convenience, please find enclosed my resumeand references. I would love to discuss this position more in person and would be very open to scheduling a meeting soon. I will follow up with you in a few days to answer any preliminary questions you might have for me. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me at 916-424-4444. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely,

Dylan Martin Enclosure


Resum e dianendylan@gmail.com •

Dylan Martin

305 Avenida Azul, San Marcos, CA 92069• (760) 769-7599

Objectives

To utilize my skills as a graphic and concept artist to manage a team of artists at Disney Interactive and produce quality group work to advance Disney’s reputation

Education

University of California Irvine April 2019 BA of Graphic Design; Minor in Political Science • Noted for impressive handling as leader of a group project to storyboard a three minute cartoon

Experience

Turtle Rock Studios Concept Artist 2027 – 2034 • Worked on a team of artists to develop “The Dawn Rising” concepts • Assisted in managing other artists Wayforward Technologies 3D Modeler/ Texture Artist 2024 – 2027 • Modeled and textured a variety of low poly objects Smart Bomb Interactive 3D Modeler/ Texture Artist 2020 – 2024 • Painted textures for models while staying faithful to the concept design and overall artistic design of the game • Completed assets rapidly but with care to detail • Modeled low poly and high poly objects, characters, weapons, and vehicles Freelance Illustrator Illustrator April 2011 – November 2011 • Illustrated the Children’s book The Gentle Pine’s Purpose • Worked with author to develop appropriate and satisfying illustrations • Praised by reviews for beautiful and interesting illustrations

Skills

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3D modeling Experience Extensive experience in artistic development Fast worker Responsible Meticulous

References

Bill Trevors Turtle Rock Studios (730) 789- 2202 George Davidson Smart Bomb Interactive (850) 939- 2280


S elf-Evalu ati o n I first began my forray into journalism in 5th grade when I became a reporter for my school news program. There I learned some of the basics of journalism, such as always reporting the truth. This year in yearbook, I’ve expanded my knowledge and learned about writing body copy and taking apropriate and visually pleasing photographs. In yearbook, I’ve leraned to value teamwork more when working with my fellow staffers to meet a deadline; “divide and conquer” has proven to be a very useful technique when tring to finish a spread. I’ve also learned how to push myself more to always do my best. I’ve had to deal with many difficult or late deadlines and I’ve never given up and always tried my best. I’ve learned to really take pride in my work, especially my body copies, even though I didn’t initially enhoy copy writing. I learned to love it and love documenting our school’s history for the future. There’s nothing quite like being able to look back in a yearbook and be vividly reminded of your years past.


Refl ecti o n # l This year in Yearbook, I feel like my best work was on the Summer/Travel spread. In this spread, I was in charge of writing the body copy and finding and/ or taking pictures. This was my first spread for Yearbook this year, and I’m really proud of my copy for this piece. The copy, headline, and subheadline are really cohesive in their angle, and the comparison in the copy illuminates the meaning of the headlines. I am also proud of the copy’s ability to present 2 student stories in a unique way that most students can identify with; overall, I feel like the story in this copy really represents the feeling of summer. The body copy did not change much from its first draft, and in that I am proud because I feel like I presented my purpose very well in my first efforts. As this was my first spread, at the time I felt like it was an incredible challenge to complete. However, it was able to teach me the basics of working on a spread, and I feel the challenge made it easier for me to tackle my other spreads this year. With this copy, I learned how to effectively tell an interesting story through angles and interview with a purpose to suit my angle.


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Students discuss their summer experiences of feeling homesick and being sick-of-home.

Students discuss their summer experiences of feeling homesick and being sick-of-home. The walls are closing in. You slowly drag your eyes around the room. It's been three weeks since school released for the summer, and you are already desperately missing being in class. You become aware of a small bead of sweat dripping down your forehead, making its way towards your eyes. It touches your eyelashes and you involuntarily blink it into your eye. Pain. The sweat burns, and the sensation increases your heart rate. On bated breath, you await. Something. Anything. A chance to go home? Or perhaps a chance to break out of your home, like a prisoner struggling to escape to the open daylight? For some of these students, this feeling of desperation was very relevant. However, they each found different ways to deal with these feelings and make the most out of their summers. Loi Nguyen (15) was stuck inside her home all summer. “I spent most of the days laying on my bed, drinking, maybe eating the food my mom made – unless she couldn't cook. Then I made rice.” As was the case with many students during the summer, Nguyen wished she could have spent more time outside with her friends. “I wished that someone could've taken me outside of my house – and my bed – so I could go make memories, but that didn't happen to me! I didn't have any transportation. I was pretty sad [that] I couldn't get outside of the house.” When asked if she missed summer fun at the beach, Nguyen commented that she “was sad that [she] didn't get [to] tan enough.” Overall, she had an enjoyable summer, despite being stuck inside. “My friends came over to see me! We had fun. I would spend the days watching Anime [too]. I started watching Naruto at the beginning of the summer and finished all of the episodes by the end of summer, so that was my one accomplishment that I was proud of!” she said, smiling. Other students were lucky enough to get outside – far outside even! Some students went on trips out of the country. Nicole Snyder (15) went on a two-week European journey during her summer vacation. “I went to England, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, and France. It was awesome! We saw Big Ben, the House of Parliament, and some train stations. Ireland was [my favorite place] because it was so beautiful and scenic,” she responded when asked about what she saw. Snyder, like many students who might go on extended vacations away from home, grew homesick. “[I got homesick] because all four of [the members of my family] shared one room, and it was horrible because we shared everything! I have a really big family, too – my brother and my dad are both like 6 feet tall… and we were cramped in a room together! Picture a normal Hilton Hotel room, and then cut it into one-fourth! So basically it was two beds and a walkway – I was definitely missing home!” Overall, though, Snyder says had fun. Many students wish to spend their summers having as much fun as possible, not growing to loathe the notion of summer. Whether you can do exactly what you want or not, you can always try to make the best of your situation. There are always ways to overcome cabin-fever and homesickness, you just have to stay positive.

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The walls are closing in. You slowly drag your eyes around the room. It's been three weeks since school released for the summer, and you are already desperately missing being in class. You become aware of a small bead of sweat dripping down your forehead, making its way towards your eyes. It touches your eyelashes and you involuntarily blink it into your eye. Pain. The sweat burns, and the sensation increases your heart rate. On bated breath, you await. Something. Anything. A chance to go home? Or perhaps a chance to break out of 4. your home, like a prisoner struggling to escape to the open daylight? For some of these students, this feeling of desperation was very relevant. However, they each found different ways to deal with these feelings and make the most out of their summers. Loi Nguyen (15) was stuck inside her home all summer. “I spent most of the days laying on my bed, drinking, maybe eating the food my mom made – unless she couldn't cook. Then I made rice.” As was the case with many students during the summer, Nguyen wished she could have spent more time outside with her friends. “I wished that someone could've taken me outside of my house – and my bed – so I could go make memories, but 5. that didn't happen to me! I didn't have any transportation. I was pretty sad [that] I couldn't get outside of the house.” When asked if she missed summer fun at the beach, Nguyen WHAT WAS THE BEST THING ABOUT SUMMER? commented that she “was sad that [she] didn't get [to] tan enough.” Overall, she had an enjoyable summer, despite being stuck inside. “My friends came over to see me! We had fun. I would spend the days watching Anime [too]. I started watching Naruto at the beginning of the summer and finished all of the episodes by the end of summer, so that was my one accomplishment that I was proud of!” she said, smiling. Other students were lucky enough to get outside – far outside even! Some students 8454 School San Marcos High School 11/10/13 11:02 PM Job # 8454 School San Marcos High School 11/10/13 11:05 PM eDesign eDesign 9 European journey 9 Job#Page submitted with acknowledged preflight check issue(s): Text Across Gutter, Text Across Gutter, Text Page submitted acknowledged check issue(s): Text AcrossSnyder Gutter, Text Across went Bleed on tripswith out of thepreflight country. Nicole (15)Gutter,went on a two-week Template Template Across Gutter, Embedded Image Object, Bleed Object, Bleed Object, Text Across Gutter, Embedded Image 12 13 eDesign L eDesign R during her summer vacation. “I went to England, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, and Even Odd Page Color(s)Big Ben, the House Process 4 Color 1.Page and some train Black Black Ink Includes Spot Color(s) Process 4 Color (CMYK) Submitted Submitted France. ItInkwas awesome!Includes WeSpotsaw of (CMYK) Parliament, The walls are closing in. You slowly drag your eyes around the room. It's been three stations. Ireland was [my favorite place] because it was so beautiful and scenic,” she weeks since school released for the summer, and you are already desperately missing being responded when asked about what she saw. Snyder, like many students who might go on in class. You become aware of a small bead of sweat dripping down your forehead, making extended vacations away from home, grew homesick. “[I got homesick] because all four of its way towards your eyes. It touches your eyelashes and you involuntarily blink it into your [the members of my family] shared one room, and it was horrible because we shared eye. Pain. The sweat burns, and the sensation increases your heart rate. On bated breath, everything! I have a really big family, too – my brother and my dad are both like 6 feet tall… you await. Something. Anything. A chance to go home? Or perhaps a chance to break out of and we were cramped in a room together! Picture a normal Hilton Hotel room, and then cut your home, like a prisoner struggling to escape to the open daylight? For some of these it into one-fourth! So basically it was two beds and a walkway – I was definitely missing students, this feeling of desperation was very relevant. However, they each found different home!” Overall, though, Snyder says had fun. ways to deal with these feelings and make the most out of their summers. Many students wish to spend their summers having as much fun as possible, not Loi Nguyen (15) was stuck inside her home all summer. “I spent most of the days growing to loathe the notion of summer. Whether you can do exactly what you want or not, laying on my bed, drinking, maybe eating the food my mom made – unless she couldn't you can always try to make the best of your situation. There are always ways to overcome cook. Then I made rice.” As was the case with many students during the summer, Nguyen cabin-fever and homesickness, you just have to stay positive. wished she could have spent more time outside with her friends. “I wished that someone could've taken me outside of my house – and my bed – so I could go make memories, but that didn't happen to me! I didn't have any transportation. I was pretty sad [that] I couldn't WHAT WAS THE BEST THING ABOUT SUMMER? get outside of the house.” When asked if she missed summer fun at the beach, Nguyen commented that she “was sad that [she] didn't get [to] tan enough.” Overall, she had an 4. “The best thing “The best thing “The best thing enjoyable summer, despite being stuck inside. “My friends came over to see me! We had about summer about summer about summer was that I got to was the was going to fun. I would spend the days watching Anime [too]. I started watching Naruto at the beginning sleep in and I freedom and I Sea World with of the summer and finished all of the episodes by the end of summer, so that was my one had no also got to eat my girlfriend homework, so I more.” and having an accomplishment that I was proud of!” she said, smiling. Malachi Perez Justin Wittman amazing day.” Perla Falcon wasn't stressing (17) (14) (16) Other students were lucky enough to get outside – far outside even! Some students out.” went on trips out of the country. Nicole Snyder (15) went on a two-week European journey during her summer vacation. “I went to England, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, and France. It was awesome! We saw Big Ben, the House of Parliament, and some train stations. Ireland was [my favorite place] because it was so beautiful and scenic,” she responded when asked about what she saw. Snyder, like many students who might go on extended vacations away from home, grew homesick. “[I got homesick] because all four of

HOME SWEET HOME Malachi Perez (17)

“The best thing about summer was the freedom and I also got to eat more.”

“The best thing about summer was going to Sea World with my girlfriend and having an Justin Wittman amazing day.” (14)

Perla Falcon (16)

“The best thing about summer was that I got to sleep in and I had no homework, so I wasn't stressing out.”

Students discuss their summer experiences of feeling homesick and being sick-of-home. ©2007 Herff Jones, Inc., All Rights Reserved

©2007 Herff Jones, Inc., All Rights Reserved


Refl ecti o n # 2 I believe the Getting Ready spread was one of my weakest works this year in Yearbook. This spread was particularly challenging because it focused on preparing for a school dance, rather than the dance itself; this resulted in many stereotypical and boring quotes during interviews. Because of a difficulty in gaining interesting quotes and the narrow topic, I feel like my copy and the comparison mod were weak and rushed. The spread was originally intended to compare multiple boys and girls in their getting ready strategies, but not enough quotes were found and the comparison mod evolved from a comparison of many to a “one vs. one�. The quotes were also mainly obtained from juniors and seniors, which skewed the spread’s coverage towards upper classmen. If I had the chance to change this spread, I would incorporate more quotes from a broader variety of sources, or perhaps use a different mod. I have come to accept this spread as is, but I am not particularly in love with it.


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HOME SWEET HOME

Students discuss their summer experiences of feeling homesick and being sick-of-home.

Students discuss their summer experiences of feeling homesick and being sick-of-home. The walls are closing in. You slowly drag your eyes around the room. It's been three weeks since school released for the summer, and you are already desperately missing being in class. You become aware of a small bead of sweat dripping down your forehead, making its way towards your eyes. It touches your eyelashes and you involuntarily blink it into your eye. Pain. The sweat burns, and the sensation increases your heart rate. On bated breath, you await. Something. Anything. A chance to go home? Or perhaps a chance to break out of your home, like a prisoner struggling to escape to the open daylight? For some of these students, this feeling of desperation was very relevant. However, they each found different ways to deal with these feelings and make the most out of their summers. Loi Nguyen (15) was stuck inside her home all summer. “I spent most of the days laying on my bed, drinking, maybe eating the food my mom made – unless she couldn't cook. Then I made rice.” As was the case with many students during the summer, Nguyen wished she could have spent more time outside with her friends. “I wished that someone could've taken me outside of my house – and my bed – so I could go make memories, but that didn't happen to me! I didn't have any transportation. I was pretty sad [that] I couldn't get outside of the house.” When asked if she missed summer fun at the beach, Nguyen commented that she “was sad that [she] didn't get [to] tan enough.” Overall, she had an enjoyable summer, despite being stuck inside. “My friends came over to see me! We had fun. I would spend the days watching Anime [too]. I started watching Naruto at the beginning of the summer and finished all of the episodes by the end of summer, so that was my one accomplishment that I was proud of!” she said, smiling. Other students were lucky enough to get outside – far outside even! Some students went on trips out of the country. Nicole Snyder (15) went on a two-week European journey during her summer vacation. “I went to England, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, and France. It was awesome! We saw Big Ben, the House of Parliament, and some train stations. Ireland was [my favorite place] because it was so beautiful and scenic,” she responded when asked about what she saw. Snyder, like many students who might go on extended vacations away from home, grew homesick. “[I got homesick] because all four of [the members of my family] shared one room, and it was horrible because we shared everything! I have a really big family, too – my brother and my dad are both like 6 feet tall… and we were cramped in a room together! Picture a normal Hilton Hotel room, and then cut it into one-fourth! So basically it was two beds and a walkway – I was definitely missing home!” Overall, though, Snyder says had fun. Many students wish to spend their summers having as much fun as possible, not growing to loathe the notion of summer. Whether you can do exactly what you want or not, you can always try to make the best of your situation. There are always ways to overcome cabin-fever and homesickness, you just have to stay positive.

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The walls are closing in. You slowly drag your eyes around the room. It's been three weeks since school released for the summer, and you are already desperately missing being in class. You become aware of a small bead of sweat dripping down your forehead, making its way towards your eyes. It touches your eyelashes and you involuntarily blink it into your eye. Pain. The sweat burns, and the sensation increases your heart rate. On bated breath, you await. Something. Anything. A chance to go home? Or perhaps a chance to break out of 4. your home, like a prisoner struggling to escape to the open daylight? For some of these students, this feeling of desperation was very relevant. However, they each found different ways to deal with these feelings and make the most out of their summers. Loi Nguyen (15) was stuck inside her home all summer. “I spent most of the days laying on my bed, drinking, maybe eating the food my mom made – unless she couldn't cook. Then I made rice.” As was the case with many students during the summer, Nguyen wished she could have spent more time outside with her friends. “I wished that someone could've taken me outside of my house – and my bed – so I could go make memories, but 5. that didn't happen to me! I didn't have any transportation. I was pretty sad [that] I couldn't get outside of the house.” When asked if she missed summer fun at the beach, Nguyen WHAT WAS THE BEST THING ABOUT SUMMER? commented that she “was sad that [she] didn't get [to] tan enough.” Overall, she had an enjoyable summer, despite being stuck inside. “My friends came over to see me! We had fun. I would spend the days watching Anime [too]. I started watching Naruto at the beginning of the summer and finished all of the episodes by the end of summer, so that was my one accomplishment that I was proud of!” she said, smiling. Other students were lucky enough to get outside – far outside even! Some students 8454 School San Marcos High School 11/10/13 11:02 PM Job # 8454 School San Marcos High School 11/10/13 11:05 PM eDesign eDesign 9 European journey 9 Job#Page submitted with acknowledged preflight check issue(s): Text Across Gutter, Text Across Gutter, Text Page submitted acknowledged check issue(s): Text AcrossSnyder Gutter, Text Across went Bleed on tripswith out of thepreflight country. Nicole (15)Gutter,went on a two-week Template Template Across Gutter, Embedded Image Object, Bleed Object, Bleed Object, Text Across Gutter, Embedded Image 12 13 eDesign L eDesign R during her summer vacation. “I went to England, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, and Even Odd Page Color(s)Big Ben, the House Process 4 Color 1.Page and some train Black Black Ink Includes Spot Color(s) Process 4 Color (CMYK) Submitted Submitted France. ItInkwas awesome!Includes WeSpotsaw of (CMYK) Parliament, The walls are closing in. You slowly drag your eyes around the room. It's been three stations. Ireland was [my favorite place] because it was so beautiful and scenic,” she weeks since school released for the summer, and you are already desperately missing being responded when asked about what she saw. Snyder, like many students who might go on in class. You become aware of a small bead of sweat dripping down your forehead, making extended vacations away from home, grew homesick. “[I got homesick] because all four of its way towards your eyes. It touches your eyelashes and you involuntarily blink it into your [the members of my family] shared one room, and it was horrible because we shared eye. Pain. The sweat burns, and the sensation increases your heart rate. On bated breath, everything! I have a really big family, too – my brother and my dad are both like 6 feet tall… you await. Something. Anything. A chance to go home? Or perhaps a chance to break out of and we were cramped in a room together! Picture a normal Hilton Hotel room, and then cut your home, like a prisoner struggling to escape to the open daylight? For some of these it into one-fourth! So basically it was two beds and a walkway – I was definitely missing students, this feeling of desperation was very relevant. However, they each found different home!” Overall, though, Snyder says had fun. ways to deal with these feelings and make the most out of their summers. Many students wish to spend their summers having as much fun as possible, not Loi Nguyen (15) was stuck inside her home all summer. “I spent most of the days growing to loathe the notion of summer. Whether you can do exactly what you want or not, laying on my bed, drinking, maybe eating the food my mom made – unless she couldn't you can always try to make the best of your situation. There are always ways to overcome cook. Then I made rice.” As was the case with many students during the summer, Nguyen cabin-fever and homesickness, you just have to stay positive. wished she could have spent more time outside with her friends. “I wished that someone could've taken me outside of my house – and my bed – so I could go make memories, but that didn't happen to me! I didn't have any transportation. I was pretty sad [that] I couldn't WHAT WAS THE BEST THING ABOUT SUMMER? get outside of the house.” When asked if she missed summer fun at the beach, Nguyen commented that she “was sad that [she] didn't get [to] tan enough.” Overall, she had an 4. “The best thing “The best thing “The best thing enjoyable summer, despite being stuck inside. “My friends came over to see me! We had about summer about summer about summer was that I got to was the was going to fun. I would spend the days watching Anime [too]. I started watching Naruto at the beginning sleep in and I freedom and I Sea World with of the summer and finished all of the episodes by the end of summer, so that was my one had no also got to eat my girlfriend homework, so I more.” and having an accomplishment that I was proud of!” she said, smiling. Malachi Perez Justin Wittman amazing day.” Perla Falcon wasn't stressing (17) (14) (16) Other students were lucky enough to get outside – far outside even! Some students out.” went on trips out of the country. Nicole Snyder (15) went on a two-week European journey during her summer vacation. “I went to England, Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, and France. It was awesome! We saw Big Ben, the House of Parliament, and some train stations. Ireland was [my favorite place] because it was so beautiful and scenic,” she responded when asked about what she saw. Snyder, like many students who might go on extended vacations away from home, grew homesick. “[I got homesick] because all four of

HOME SWEET HOME Malachi Perez (17)

“The best thing about summer was the freedom and I also got to eat more.”

“The best thing about summer was going to Sea World with my girlfriend and having an Justin Wittman amazing day.” (14)

Perla Falcon (16)

“The best thing about summer was that I got to sleep in and I had no homework, so I wasn't stressing out.”

Students discuss their summer experiences of feeling homesick and being sick-of-home. ©2007 Herff Jones, Inc., All Rights Reserved

©2007 Herff Jones, Inc., All Rights Reserved


Refl ecti o n #3.1 I really enjoy this picture because I feel like it has really interesting colors playing in its composition; it establishes a melancholy mood that makes you really wonder what she’s writing and thinking. It also has some leading lines in her arms drawing you into the page to ponder what she’s writing. It also follows a good rule of thirds and her face falls along the thirds nicely.


Refl ecti o n #3.2 I really enjoy this picture because I feel like I captured a fun, candid moment on Halloween between two friends. This picture has good facial recognition and follows the rule of thirds, and has good coloring. The picture is clear, fair quality, and the expressions on the two girls in the foreground are unique and interesting.


Refl ecti o n #3.3 I really enjoy this picture because I feel like it follows the rule of thirds and showcases an important moment for SMHS students. The focal point is visually interesting and stands out. The coloring and/or lighting could be improved, but overall I enjoy the composition of this piece.


Refl ecti o n #4 Throughout Yearbook this year, I have faced several challenges. I’ve had to learn how to manage my time better, work with a team in a closer and more trusting way, and learn or attempt new things in order to help (such as interview). One of the biggest issues was time management. Spread deadlines were immensely stressful and difficult to meet. Occasionally, I did not meet my deadlines, even working my hardest. Due to these situations, however, I’ve learned that I should manage my time better and delegate some more of my work to my teammates if possible. I feel like I handled these situations in the past adequately though because I always put in a lot of effort and finished my spreads at home if need be.


Refl ecti o n #5 Two of the main goals I set for myself this year were to become a really good body copy writer and to become the 2014-2015 EIC of Design. I was able to fulfill my first goal, in my opinion, this year and did so by continuously trying to write better copies and find interesting ways to hook the reader. I was also able to achieve my second goal and become EIC of Design by working hard to show I was worthy of the job; I did this by learning as much about the design software as I could and experimenting with it constantly in my free time to become a better designer. This hard work paid off and I was able to show I was a worthy EIC of design.


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b y : Dylan Martin, Kyra Hendrickson, Zackary Morris Photographe d by: Cristin a Chavez, Si enna Wong, Kyra Hendrickson

BREAK IT DOWN

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ACADEMICS - MATH

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