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Gia Goodrich She’s alright.


Who’s This Chick? and I’m about problem solving. I believe that every problem can be traced back to a breakdown in communication. I’m most excited about the world when I’m the person that diagnoses and fixes those problems. I often get so engulfed in the process and completely lose track of time, so I am always wearing a watch and constantly setting alarms. My methods utilize my background in Psychology, Communication, and Visual Studies. I find that working in an inter-disciplinary way allows me to keep a mental dexterity that help to develop new approaches for many problems. I have a strong background in leadership. I’ve been spearheading a team of people working in 5 different disciplines to concept, design, and make an exhibit for the new eatery at OMSI. I’ve extensively studied motivation and influence in order to employ techniques to create successful and productive teams. I’m a pragmatist, so I’m always searching for new ways to hone my thinking and strategy. I love eating Moroccan food with my hands, dancing merengue, and meeting new people.

I speak English, Spanish, and sometimes Sarcasm.


Education

Perception

BA

Pragmatic Design

Adopting specific visual strategies to affect a particular message. For example, understanding what typeface and color will be most effective based on precedence, tone, history, context etc.

Psychology 2009

Formal

Qualities of composition, balance, scale, form, color, and light. Creating an in-depth understanding of how these elements function and how to articulate them

Conceptual

Relentless study and practice in how to create, hone, and manifest conceptual work.

Understanding how the brain perceives information to enhance understanding. Why and how things become "intuitive." Utilizing theories adopted in Interaction Design like Gestalt’s.

MFA

Visual Studies 2011

What propels people to action. Understanding how to create and adapt intrinsic motivators in order to entice people to act.

Influence

The strategies adopted to change someone’s mind, or convince them of something. Understanding how to examine and employ effective strategies based on how the brain receives and interprets information.

Cognitive Strain

Semiotics The study of shared symbols and how they affect meaning. A good example is a red octagon, which has a very specific crosscultural purpose... stop. Understanding how to utilize symbols in a way that creates a shared meaning.

Motivation

Critique

Hundreds of hours examining works by deconstructing the various elements by identifying and articulating what works, what doesn’t, and what is being communicated.

Understanding what “turns people off” to things and how that links to the brain’s mechanisms for perception of information.


Art Direction &Photography

since 2007

I’m always working with clients to create compelling images that are emotionally resonant. Pictures are an extremely effective way to tell a brand story. As both Art Director and Photographer I have worked to create a bold aesthetic that serves the end goal, to communicate an intended message to the viewer. Recent clients include: Nike OMSI PNCA PICA

Work featured in: The New York Times The Willamette Week The Oregonian Mix Magazine Just Out Magazine


Sports


Editorial


Visual Communications

2012

I have worked in a creative team responsible for concepting, messaging, and designing for the OMSI brand. Our deliverables create OMSI’s visual presence that is on target with brand goals. OMSI is a well-loved and firmly established brand. Our task has been to expand brand awareness to new audiences through print and digital marketing. Within the team, my specialty is imagery and managing the overall aesthetic. I’ve produced an image catalogue that creates an emotional response in the viewer. Whether it’s for the membership campaign or the camps and classes catalogue, we’ve constantly straddled multiple projects, and doin’ it well.

Our process is iterative and collaborative.

I’ve worked extensively with internal and external clients. Through many conversations, I’ve extraced their needs and desires for a project and applied insight into how we can make it manifest in the most effective way.

I’ve also scoped and ideated partnerships with other organizations. I’ve been challenged to find opportunities for in-kind exchanges through programming, events, and exhibits.


Science Camps

Collateral

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Spring Break At Hancock Field Station Explore the rich ecosystem of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument and learn about everything from the fossils found in the sedimentary rock formations to the distant galaxies we see through our telescopes at night. Hike canyons in search of fossils or animal tracks, identify plants and animals, and learn valuable skills for survival in the wilderness.

Academy of engineering | leGo® mania extreme Take your LEGO building knowledge, experience and imagination to the extreme. This class combines the best activities from our summer LEGO classes — including building trebuchets, cranes and constructing the strongest LEGO structure possible

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This is your guide to unique hands-on learning opportunities designed to encourage your whole family to stretch the limits of imagination, adventure and possibility. We are proud to be an essential Northwest resource that encourages people of all ages to reach their full potential. And we look forward to seeing you in the coming year.

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OMSI

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omSI Animation Animation brings math, science and the creative arts together in extraordinary ways. Experience the expressive medium of animation as we investigate stop-motion techniques and motion picture perspectives. We’ll use digital video cameras, clay sculptures, drawn characters, cutout scenes, found objects and time-lapse portraits during this class. Students will develop ideas, design storyboards, create sets and characters, and produce mini-movies to take home on DVD.

Spread the joy of learning with the gift of membership.

s T R e T C H YoU R l I M I T s. R e a l I Z e YoU R P o T e n T I a l .

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Digital Promotion

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Closer Look?

Opens Sept. 29th at


Event Materials


THEORY W eb D e sign

Case Study: Web Branding

Da Vinci Style Two Sides

The splash page is divided into two components: Food & Science. The default of the two is food, which has information about menu items etc. On the right side of the page is the “More Science This way Button.� When clicked, the site swipes to the left with a flash transition to the Theory Science page.

Draft Paper

This background provides visual consistency throughout the site. It speaks to scientific theory and creativity. As the info box changes, they key elements of the site, i.e. buttons etc. remain stable.

Image Versatility

The main advantage of this approach is the versatility in images. Since there will be no overlapping elements the images can be anything from food to the architecture.


Did you Know? Apples are made up of 25% air, that’s why they float.

Who We Are

Our Food

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Who We Are What We Believe

Find Us

Look Who’s Talking Our Partners Follow us

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More Science This Way


What’s Cookin’? Good Question. We’ll tell you all about it.

Yummy Food This way

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Made? How Is It What’s there to Learn?

Classes Daily Demonstrations Our Teaching Methods How Food Gets To Our Plate

Know? Did You Made? How Is It Made? How Is It


References

Mark Patel, OMSI M e li s s a H i c ks , O M S I J uli e Pe r i n i , P S U L a u r a A r n e s o n , N i ke L i n d a K li e we r, PN CA

VP of Marketing Retail and Sales | MPatel@omsi.edu

Senior Creative Manager | MHicks@omsi.edu

PSU Professior | Julie@JuliePerini.org

Social Media Specialist | Laura.Arneson@NIKE.com

BFA Thesis Chair | LKliewer@pnca.edu


Gia Goodrich

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