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Instructor • Illustrator • Graphic Designer • Jennifer Forbes

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Graphic Artist & Designer Instructor in Graphic Design

Telephone: 250-385-0414 E-mail: jananci@hotmail.com 576 Delora Drive, Victoria, B. C., Canada V9C 3S2

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Pacific Design Academy is at the forefront of a new kind of arts education. Our dynamic curriculum is dictated by the current, ongoing needs of the Design Marketplace. The quality education you receive is artistically inspired and supported by the latest digital technology. We encourage our students to develop marketable skills and foster individual ability and excellence.

Occupation Opportunities Fashion designers are employed by garment manufacturers, as buyers for clothing companies, or as costume designers for theatre and film production. They may be self-employed designing their own clothing line or designs for their own clientele. They can work as fashion consultants, in window display, or specialize in the many areas of accessories, hats, handbags etc.

Pacific Design Academy was founded in 1991, to provide quality education in the ‘design arts’. From our earliest program offerings in Interior Design, the Academy has grown to become the pre-eminent private design school in Victoria, BC.

Rainbow graduated in 2005. She enjoys creating funky clothing and is working in Whistler, designing snow boarding wear.

Pacific Design Academy is an accredited college with the PCTIA and has authority to grant diplomas in all courses. If you wish to work in Interior Architectural Design, Graphic Media Design, Fashion Design, Architectural Building Design, or Landscape & Garden Design, there is no better quality career training than at the Pacific Design Academy. Our programs expand your ability to think and design creatively. We help foster your skills in drawing, drafting and illustration, and develop your competency in the use of market relevant software. However, at heart, it’s not about tools or media, it’s about Design.

Tansy graduated in 2005 and assisted in the programme for a year before finding her vocation making canvas designer kilts for men.

Our classes are led by practicing professional designers, which ensures our curriculum is appropriate to the needs of the Design marketplace. Amanda graduated in 2007 and loves to design fanciful costumes. She is currently working at a costume shop in Sidney, Vancouver Island.

Our Approach The Academy’s instructors are working professionals who bring current up-to-date ideas into the classroom. Our classrooms and studios are bright and well equipped. The software we teach is relevant to real-world needs with MacIntosh computers which are the design industry standard. Our limited class size ensures you get the individual attention you need to successfully master new skills. Because of our quality approach to design training, our graduates emerge with highly marketable skills. We believe the skills that you learn at Pacific Design Academy are not just the ‘frosting’ on your education but are the beginning of your career horizons. The skills you learn here will last a lifetime.

About Victoria Pacific Design Academy is located in downtown Victoria and is easily accessible by public transit, bicycle, or foot. Victoria is just a short ferry ride from Vancouver or Seattle, making the area a preferred destination for students and tourists alike.

Pacific Design Academy 1252 Wharf Street, Victoria, BC.

Victoria boasts the mildest climate in all of Canada with more than 2,200 hours of sunshine and 275 frost-free days annually. This is a clean, safe and friendly city where students can enjoy many cultural and outdoor activities.

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Got a passion for fashion? Let your imaginative vision shine as you showcase your very own collection down the sparkling lights of the runway. Tap into your creativity and design your own line of clothing while learning the practical skills of the fashion industry. The two-year fashion diploma program is taught in an environment where hands-on learning and creativity blend. Our colourful fashion design studio is equipped with industrial sewing machines, layout tables, professional dress forms and mannequins. Learning pattern drafting and construction techniques, courses in fashion history, textiles, design and draping provide students with a strong foundation in fashion. Fashion illustration and imaging further develop students’ creative abilities. Students learn about the business behind the fashion industry as well as fashion show production, merchandising and buying. The school and public are invited to the year-end fashion show held at one of Victoria’s most prestigious venues. Working with professional models, make up artists, VJs and hair stylists, students showcase their own clothing line. Graduates leave with a portfolio of illustrated designs and a collection of garments they have designed and constructed.

Tel (250) 383-3631. Fax (250) 383-3632 www.pacificdesignacademy.com

Course Descriptions

FD 110 & FD 120; FD 210 Design Fundamentals Using concept boards and illustrations, students study structure, silhouettes, line, colour and balance while learning to design functional apparel for specific markets. Research into fashion trends will be covered and students will produce retail kits and mini lines. FD 111, FD 121 & FD 131 Drawing & Illustration In this course students will gain an understanding of the basic anatomy of the human body. How structure, balance, and movement of the female form is incorporated into fashion images. Emphasis is placed on visual awareness of perspective and proportion. Using colour and mixed media students will learn to illustrate garments for the apparel industry and render a total fashion image. Men’s and children’s proportions are also explored. Later, students incorporate their drawings into a portfolio collection for presentation. FD 113, FD 123 & FD 133; FD 213 & FD 233 Patternmaking Students will learn how to draft a flat pattern using standard and personal measurements. They will draft a basic skirt, pant, sleeve and bodice pattern and learn to manipulate them to create a variety of styles and custom garments. The importance of proper fit is reinforced with the ability to change and adjust the flat pattern. Students learn pattern grading and how to alter a pattern for different sizes. Students show their ability to convert illustration drawings into flat patterns by selecting five of their designs and including them in their final garment collection. FD 112, FD 122 & FD 132; FD 212, FD 222 & FD 232 Garment Construction Through a combination of lecture and lab sessions, students will learn various construction and finishing methods used in the production of well-made garments including making a sample book containing a variety of seam types, pockets, waistbands and collars used in garment assembly. While working with instructors to understand the proper construction methods for their designs, students learn to operate industrial equipment using a variety of fabrics, as well as production techniques and sequencing methods that help with efficient work-flow and material handling. FD 114 History of Fashion; FD 214 History of Costume, 224 Costuming Today’s fashion designs are influenced by history; these courses provide a historical framework to understand the present fashion design industry. The development of fashion from ancient to modern times is examined with emphasis placed on 20th century fashions and the current Canadian fashion industry.

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Above: the front panel of 3 out of 5 brochures designed to describe the courses at the Pacific Design Academy.

FD 115, FD 125 & FD 135 Digital Imaging for Fashion This course is a useful tool for assisting students to visualize and digitally alter their conceptual design ideas. Students will be introduced to the Macintosh operating system, scanning, and the use of the latest in design software. Using Adobe Illustrator, students will draw shapes, images, and create patterns and illustrations. Fashion students will also learn to scan in fabric and use Adobe Photoshop to manipulate and colour their designs. Graduates can greatly enhance their portfolios and their marketable skills with the added touch of professional presentation and digital enhancement. FD 137 Draping The study of three-dimensional draping techniques teaches students visual awareness of how fabrics will behave when hung on the human form. While handling fabric, students acquire a feel for fabric drape-ability and stretch-ability in relation to the design and fit on the dress form. Draping may be used to develop various styles to reflect fashion silhouettes and enhance garment style. FD 127 Alterations & Tailoring; FD 217 Hand Sewing, FD 227 Knitwear Alterations and tailoring can be the ‘bread & butter’ for many designers as well as an entry-level skill in the garment industry. In this course, students will learn a variety of alterations, pinning and the techniques of tailoring. FD 126 Textiles Understanding textile composition and production provides the knowledge needed to make informed decisions regarding fabric suitability and care. The course provides a broad overview of textiles topics including; the examination of natural and synthetic fibre, how fibres are made into yarns, and yarns made into cloth, the weaving process, dying, printing and fabric finishes. Fiber content, performance, care, and labeling laws are also covered. FD 138 & FD 238 Business of Fashion, FD 218 & FD 228 Product Development Students will learn about the business behind the fashion industry: Fashion Show production, merchandising, buying, copyright and the basic rules and regulations of the fashion industry. At year-end, students participate in the set-up of the graduating fashion show, which gives them a chance to showcase their own design collection to the public.

Front and back of the trifold brochure for Fasion Design

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Course Schedule Semester 1 FD 110 Design Fundamentals FD 111 Drawing & Illustration I FD 112 Construction I FD 113 Pattern Making I FD 114 History of Fashion FD 115 Digital Imaging for Fashion I FD 119 Field Trips *Year 1 Students receive Certificates

Semester 2 FD 120 FD 121 FD 122 FD 123 FD 125 FD 126 FD 127 FD 129

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Design Fundamentals III Construction IV Pattern Drafting IV History of Costume Fashion Specifications Hand Sewing

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Design Fundamentals II Drawing & Illustration II Construction II Patternmaking II Digital Imaging for Fashion II Textiles Alterations & Tailoring Work Experience Retail Fashion Marketing Construction V Costuming (uniforms/theatre) Pattern Making for Production Knitwear Product Development

Semester 3 FD 131 FD 132 FD 133 FD 135 FD 137 FD 138 FD 139

Illustration III & Portfolio Construction III Patternmaking III Digital Imaging for Fashion III Draping Business of Fashion/Fashion Show Work Experience Alterations

Sample schedule only, schedule may be subject to revision Semester 6 FD 219 FD 227 FD 228 FD 232 FD 233 FD 236 FD 238

Field Trips International Product Development Fashion Photography/Styling Construction VI Pattern Grading Career Development Business of Fashion/Fashion Show

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Pacific Design Academy was founded in 1991, to provide quality education in the ‘design arts’. From our earliest program offerings in Interior Design, the Academy has grown to become the pre-eminent private design school in Victoria, BC.

Occupation Opportunities Interior Architectural Designers conceptualize and produce aesthetic, functional and safe designs for interior spaces in residential, commercial, cultural, institutional and industrial buildings. They are employed in architectural firms, interior design firms, construction companies, hospitals, airlines, hotel and restaurant chains. Specialized areas such as set design or manufacturers representatives also provide employment as well as retail establishments such as kitchen & bath, furnishings, carpet, cabinetry, decorative painting and drapery design. Graduates may also wish to work independently or as a consultant.

Pacific Design Academy is an accredited college with the PCTIA and has authority to grant diplomas in all courses.

Leah is a graduate in Interior Design and is currently working for a design firm in Victoria. “Pacific Design Academy provided me with the

If you wish to work in Interior Architectural Design, Graphic Media Design, Fashion Design, Architectural Building Design, or Landscape & Garden Design, there is no better quality career training than at the Pacific Design Academy. Our programs expand your ability to think and design creatively. We help foster your skills in drawing, drafting and illustration, and develop your competency in the use of market relevant software. However, at heart, it’s not about tools or media, it’s about Design.

knowledge and skills to obtain a position with one of Victoria’s most prestigious design firms. It was a great program for me. Thanks to everyone at PDA.”

Our classes are led by practicing professional designers, which ensures our curriculum is appropriate to the needs of the Design marketplace.

“Thanks to the great teachers at Pacific Design Academy for all the great training you gave me and especially for helping me land a great job.”

Our Approach The Academy’s instructors are working professionals who bring current up-to-date ideas into the classroom. Our classrooms and studios are bright and well equipped. The software we teach is relevant to real-world needs with MacIntosh computers which are the design industry standard. Our limited class size ensures you get the individual attention you need to successfully master new skills.

Katie Hadden found employment with a design firm in Victoria soon after graduation.

“I love my new life! Thanks everyone at PDA.”

Because of our quality approach to design training, our graduates emerge with highly marketable skills. We believe the skills that you learn at Pacific Design Academy are not just the ‘frosting’ on your education but are the beginning of your career horizons. The skills you learn here will last a lifetime.

Danni completed the two year Interior Architectural Design programme and is currently working in an Architect’s office in Victoria.

About Victoria Pacific Design Academy is located in downtown Victoria and is easily accessible by public transit, bicycle, or foot. Victoria is just a short ferry ride from Vancouver or Seattle, making the area a preferred destination for students and tourists alike. Victoria boasts the mildest climate in all of Canada with more than 2,200 hours of sunshine and 275 frost-free days annually. This is a clean, safe and friendly city where students can enjoy many cultural and outdoor activities.

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Architectural Design Each day of our lives, much of what we do and feel is directly related to our interior environment. It influences the way we live, work and interact with others. If you enjoy creating functionally beautifully spaces and using a variety of unique materials then this course is for you. Located in historical old town, our two year interior design program is taught in a creative environment where technical knowledge blends with artistic inspiration. Our bright design studios boast high ceiling and large windows, perfect for studying spacial design concepts. Our extensive product library, enables our student to access the variety of materials making it easy for them to complete their projects. Our computer labs are equipped with the latest software ensuring our students graduate with the computer savvy needed to create detailed plans and three dimensional modeling for the design industry. Our integrated curriculum combines practical skills of drafting (hand and computer), space planning, and construction theory with colour, styles and materials use. The techniques of modern construction learned throughout the course are implemented into drawings and are enforced by the use of accurate computer simulations. Studies in perspective and architectural rendering help students to present their work in a professional manner.

Front and back of the trifold brochure for Interior Design

ID 116 & ID 126 Colour & Design Fundamentals, Colour Boards Students will learn about colour systems, value relationships, colour psychology and the use of colour in interiors. They will understand the principles and elements of design and how they relate to interior spaces. They will learn how to assemble colour and material boards for client review and presentations. ID 114, ID 124 & ID214 History of Interior Design, Architecture, Furnishings & Styles, Students will review architectural styles from ancient to modern and understand the way history affects today’s buildings. Historic room settings, furniture design cabinetry and window coverings will be studied. Romantic revivals, Bauhaus, French and English country styles and the work of modern designers will be reviewed.

incorporating construction details, building sections, and schedules and legends for residential and commercial buildings. ID 113, ID 213, ID 223 & ID 233 Construction Theory Technical systems play a primary and defining role in architectural design at the conceptual stage. These courses introduce students to the principles of building construction, wood frame systems, products and terminology. In the second year construction theory becomes detailed. Subjects covered include structural forces, building loads, skeletal systems, foundations and the building envelope. ID 225 Model Building Design and construction considerations become more apparent when physical scale models are created. A model expresses visually the relationship between the elements of a building, the floor plan and the site. Students will construct several types of models using a variety of materials.

ID 115, ID 125 & ID 135 Product Knowledge This survey course gives the student an understanding of the materials used in interior design. Textile knowledge, carpeting, tile, marble, laminate, and flooring are essential when selecting proper finishes for residential and commercial interiors. Measuring for carpet and drapery will be covered. ID 111, ID 121, ID 131, ID 211, ID 221 & ID 231 Space Planning & Design Projects Projects contained in this course are designed to stretch the student’s skill level and imagination and foster conceptual integration of varied skills. Projects may include: a condominium, a house, exterior living spaces, restaurant and space planning for commercial clients. ID 112 Drafting The techniques of drafting and graphic representation are the established language of architecture. Students learn to use hand-drafting tools, and develop skills with line weight and lettering. They will understand architectural cross-referencing. Students will further develop their drafting skills preparing site plans, floor plans, elevations, and sections.

ID 238 & ID 239 Professional Practice & Project Management In the first year students learn how to manage a small job, preparing a letter of agreement, budget and pricing. Later, students examine contract administration as it applies to a building project; they will investigate time lines, the scheduling of trades and consider the tendering process. ID 226 Building Code Building codes set standards within a given jurisdiction for all building designs to adhere to. Students learn to understand and apply code requirements. They will familiarize themselves with accessibility, fire protection and occupant safety in housing and small buildings. ID 232 Portfolio Preparation The ability to successfully market yourself will greatly enhance your job prospects. A good portfolio is an essential tool in today’s marketplace. Using 11” x 17” format, students will organize and retouch their work for inclusion in their portfolio. Resume writing will also be covered.

ID 127, ID 137 & ID 217 Kitchen and Bath Design The kitchen & bath industry is growing and becoming more complex with the use of new materials and products. We seek to address this growing emphasis on the kitchen & bath industry in the current residential market place with the use of the N.K.B.A. (National Kitchen & Bath Association) model of standards. Students will understand the use of standardized measurements, ducting, plumbing & electrical. ID 122, ID 132 & ID 222 Rendering & Presentation Techniques The ability to present ideas clearly to a client is extremely important. Students are introduced to the methods and techniques of composing presentation drawings for interior and exterior spaces. Using one and two point perspective, drawings will be rendered using colour, highlight and shadow techniques and then animated by the addition of people and foliage. ID 130, ID 210, ID 220 & ID 230 Computer Aided Design Projects All CADD work is done using the industry standard cross platform drafting program VectorWorks. Students will learn to use the Vectorworks design software. They will complete a number of projects learning how to generate floor plans and elevations using industry standard guidelines. Students develop 3D models while learning the basics of object creation, lighting, textures and rendering modes. These techniques are incorporated into presentation renderings of residential homes and commercial projects. Additional areas of study include development of construction documents,

Student project: redesign of a two storey house. Left: first and second hand illustrated floor plans with furniture selection. Above: a sectional drawing of the house. Below: materials board.

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ID 111 Space Planning I ID 112 Architectural Drafting ID 113 Construction Theory Introduction ID 114 History of Interior Design ID 115 Product Knowledge I ID 116 Colour & Design Fundamentals *Year 1 Students receive Certificates

Semester 4 ID 210 ID 211 ID 213 ID 214 ID 217

Computer Aided Design I Design Project Construction Theory I History of Architecture Advanced Kitchen & Bath Design

*Year 2 Students receive Diplomas

Semester 2 ID 121 ID 122 ID 124 ID 125 ID 126 ID 127

Semester 5 ID 220 ID 221 ID 222 ID 223 ID 225 ID 226

Space Planning II Architectural Rendering History of Interior Design II Product Knowledge II Colour Boards Kitchen & Bath Design Introduction

Computer Aided Design II Design Project Interior Presentations Construction Theory II Model Building Building Code

Semester 3 ID 130 ID 131 ID 132 ID 135 ID 137

Introduction to CAD Drafting Space Planning III Architectural Rendering Product Knowledge III Embelishment Kitchen & Bath Design Intermediate

Sample schedule only, schedule may be subject to revision Semester 6 ID 230 ID 231 ID 232 ID 233 ID 238 ID 239

Computer Aided Design III Design Project Portfolio Preparation Construction Theory III Project Management & Estimating Professional Practice

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Jennifer Forbes • Graphic Designer • Illustrator • Instructor • jananci@hotmail.com PAGE LAYOUTS Contents page from 3D, a newly designed magazine for digital designers in London, England, in 1990. Contents page, re-design of DEC User magazine. Readership increased by 15% after the re-design.

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DIAGRAMS AND ADVERTISEMENTS Diagrams for DEC User magazine. Advertisements for CIBC Bank in Barbados and the Cayman Cultural Foundation in the Cayman Islands

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WEB DESIGN Logos and web design pages for a B. C. information web site. Below: Custom-made buttons for the signs of the Zodiac.

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PASCOE COSMETICS Web page and basic button design.

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MAGAZINE COVER Mixed media illustration for the front of the Victoria Writers’ Society Speculative Fiction E-zine.

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A m a y a ’s l e ga cy When Earth is invaded by the Baqnian Empire, contentious anthropologist Leana Barry and the charismatic Baqnian, Zhan Zarafta, must defuse the looming conflict between their species. If they fail, Earth, Baqnia, and the Inter-Galactic Federation will fall to the evil Gordug empire. Is their passionate relationship traitorous, or does it hold the key to an ancient solution that transcends time and space? Word count: 125,000. Final edit to be completed by October 2012. This is Book 1 of 4 in the “Amaya’s Legacy” series. J . K . H O LMES • W r i te r • I l l u s t r a t o r

Phone: 250-514-6085 • E-mail: jananci@hotmail.com

BOOK COVER AND PROMO CARD Book cover and promotional card for the speculative fiction novel “Amaya’s Legacy”.

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Jennifer Forbes • Graphic Designer • Illustrator • Instructor • jananci@hotmail.com

illustrations Pen and ink and mixed media. The three images below were story illustrations for Victoria Writers’ Society Island Writer magazines.

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jananci@hotmail.com • Instructor • Illustrator • Graphic Designer • Jennifer Forbes revenge of the ugly duckling - you never know, he may grow up to be a duck-eating dragon!

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cartoons –

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pen and ink

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jananci@hotmail.com • Instructor • Illustrator • Graphic Designer • Jennifer Forbes

pencil drawings marker renderings acrylic painting

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gouache posters

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jananci@hotmail.com •Instructor • Illustrator • Graphic Designer • Jennifer Forbes

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Jennifer Forbes • Graphic Designer • Illustrator • Instructor

After spending most of her life in the Caribbean and a few years in England, Jennifer and her family settled in Victoria B.C. in 1999. Jennifer started off her career in Jamaica, teaching high school art. Later she worked for a manufacturer of exotic and delicious liqueurs, then moved on to project work for the Pan American Health organization. During this time she ran a small screen printing business and started studying graphic design in earnest. She completed an honours degree in Commercial Art at the American InterContinental University in London, England, and stayed on to work as a magazine art editor for EMAP Business & Computer Publications. Returning to the Caribbean in 1991, Jennifer has worked in the advertising department of the Barbados Advocate newspaper, freelanced in the Cayman islands, and set up the computer component of the graphic design department in the Edna Manley School for the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica. In addition to teaching courses there, including a shared degree program with the University of the West Indies, Jennifer freelanced for clients such as the Jamaica Reading Association and UNESCO. Since migrating to Victoria Jennifer has run a small graphic design agency and continues to work freelance in the field of graphic design and illustration. She has taught in the Royal Roads Continuing Studies web design programme, and has been a dedicated member of the Pacific Design Academy Graphic Design department since 2000. Jennifer is also available to tutor individuals in Adobe InDesign and Photoshop.. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and writing speculative fiction.

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