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KAITLIN McSHEA DESIGN PORTFOLIO


About me.... My name is Kaitlin McShea, and I am a native of Greenville, South Carolina. I received my Bachelors of Arts from Presbyterian College in 2007, a Master of Historic Preservation in 2010 from the University of Georgia and a Master of Fine Arts with a focus on Interior Design in 2013, also from the University of Georgia. I have gained over five years of experience in community design throughout my graduate school years through academic fellowships with UGA’s Fanning Institute and the Carl Vinson Institute of Government. My designs have contributed to the master planning, community and economic development, branding, and historic preservation in many communities throughout the states of Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. I am passionate about bridging historic preservation with modern, sustainable design and watching communities benefit from creative solutions. I am obsessed with clean, fresh design. I enjoy learning new trends in graphic design and interior design. I am proficient in hand rendering, the Adobe Creative Suite 6 (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premier, and After Effects), AutoCAD 2013, Google SketchUp, 3-D Studio Max 2013, and Microsoft Office 2010. However, I still believe that the best design solutions begin with a pencil and piece of paper.

Kaitlin Mcshea 545 Brookstone Drive Athens, GA 30605 Phone: (706) 424-4475 Email: email@kaitlinmcshea.com Website: http://www.kaitlinmcshea.com

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GRAPHIC DESIGN


buildingWITH a better georgia...one INTERVIEWS COMMUNITY LEADERS community

at a time professional We are committed to hearing fromcommunity the leaders in our community. We will conexperience development economic development duct at least 20 one-on-one interviews. If you leadership are interested in participating in either a focus development group or an interview, non-profit public service & outreach please contact Emily Boness at 706-542-1108 or email boness@fanning. uga.edu. problem-solving expertise mentoring learning opportunities internships new skills design helping communities visioning group projects studio enhancing academic work real-world experiences Rockmart Office 133 South Marble Street Rockmart, GA 30153

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD. In early 2012, we will hold a town hall meeting, where you can hear from your fellow citizens, as well as offer your own opinions on the priorities of Polk County. For the date and time of this event, check for updates at www.polkgeorgia.com. This plan is being sponsored by the Development Authority of Polk County.

Cedartown Office 609 S. Main Street Cedartown GA 30125

1240 South Lumpkin Street Athens, GA 30602 706-542-1108 www.fanning.uga.edu

The Fanning Institute, a unit of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia, supports the educational, research and public service mission of the university by working in partnership with communities, organizations and leaders to identify, address and resolve the critical issues facing Georgia and the southeast region. With diverse expertise in the broad areas of community, economic and leadership development, Fanning’s faculty connects communities to university resources. Honoring the legacy of J.W. Fanning, the Fanning Institue is committed to enhancing the quality of life throughout Georgia by helping individuals discover, within themselves and their communities, their own capacity to create solutions.

Fanning & CED

The Development Authority is working with a steering committee. Those members and their contact information can be found on the website at www.polkgeorgia.com, along with information about the overall process. If you have additional questions or would like more information, please contact Eric McDonald at 770-684-8760.

A VISION of POLK COUNTY

design & layout by Kaitlin McShea, MFA student, University of Georgia, 2011

an economic vision for the future

INTERVIEWS WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS We are committed to hearing from the leaders in our community. We will conduct at least 20 one-on-one interviews. If you are interested in participating in either a focus group or an interview, please contact Emily Boness at 706-542-1108 or email boness@fanning. uga.edu.

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD. In early 2012, we will hold a town hall meeting, where you can hear from your fellow citizens, as well as offer your own opinions on the priorities of Polk County. For the date and time of this event, check for updates at www.polkgeorgia.com. This plan is being sponsored by the Development Authority of Polk County.

impacting Georgia communities through design

The Development Authority is working with a steering committee. Those members and their contact information can be found on the website at www.polkgeorgia.com, along with information about the overall process. If you have additional questions or would like more information, please contact Eric McDonald at 770-684-8760.

Rockmart Office 133 South Marble Street Rockmart, GA 30153

Cedartown Office 609 S. Main Street Cedartown GA 30125

1240 South Lumpkin Street Athens, GA 30602 706-542-1108 www.fanning.uga.edu The Fanning Institute, a unit of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia, supports the educational, research and public service mission of the university by working in partnership with communities, organizations and leaders to identify, address and resolve the critical issues facing Georgia and the southeast region. With diverse expertise in the broad areas of community, economic and leadership development, Fanning’s faculty connects communities to university resources. Honoring the legacy of J.W. Fanning, the Fanning Institue is committed to enhancing the quality of life throughout Georgia by helping individuals discover, within themselves and their communities, their own capacity to create solutions.

design & layout by Kaitlin McShea, MFA student, University of Georgia, 2011

INTERVIEWS WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS We are committed to hearing from the leaders in our community. We will conduct at least 20 one-on-one interviews. If you are interested in participating in either a focus group or an interview, please contact Emily Boness at 706-542-1108 or email boness@fanning. uga.edu.

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD. In early 2012, we will hold a town hall meeting, where you can hear from your fellow citizens, as well as offer your own opinions on the priorities of Polk County. For the date and time of this event, check for updates at www.polkgeorgia.com. This plan is being sponsored by the Development Authority of Polk County. The Development Authority is working with a steering committee. Those members and their contact information can be found on the website at www.polkgeorgia.com, along with information about the overall process. If you have additional questions or would like more information, please contact Eric McDonald at 770-684-8760.

A VISION POLK COUNTY

of

Rockmart Office 133 South Marble Street Rockmart, GA 30153

Cedartown Office 609 S. Main Street Cedartown GA 30125

an economic vision for the future

A VISION POLK COUNTY

of

1240 South Lumpkin Street Athens, GA 30602 706-542-1108 www.fanning.uga.edu The Fanning Institute, a unit of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia, supports the educational, research and public service mission of the university by working in partnership with communities, organizations and leaders to identify, address and resolve the critical issues facing Georgia and the southeast region. With diverse expertise in the broad areas of community, economic and leadership development, Fanning’s faculty connects communities to university resources. Honoring the legacy of J.W. Fanning, the Fanning Institue is committed to enhancing the quality of life throughout Georgia by helping individuals discover, within themselves and their communities, their own capacity to create solutions.

design & layout by Kaitlin McShea, MFA student, University of Georgia, 2011

an economic vision for the future

Marketing flyer & brochure design, from left to right: “Fanning & CED: impacting Georgia communities through design” marketing flyer, 8.5”x11,” 2012, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, & Indesign CS6; Polk County marketing brochure,5.5”x 17,” 2012, Adobe Photoshop & InDesign CS6.

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13th Street

UGA

COSTA Rica Second Annual Fall Social Come see work from this year’s class in

GEORGIA

INVESTING IN JOB CREATION & DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT

Sidewalks

6-9 PM Cine: 234 W. Hancock Ave

DOWNTOWN

Tree Canopy

Thursday, October 13

GROWING

Chattahoochee River

Also featured: Art, Photodocumentary, and Dance programs

Chattahoochee River

Legend

Nature, Culture, & Place Studio

Proposed Plan

Broad Street

catered by Big City Bread

Poster and report cover design; from left to right: UGA Costa Rica marketing poster 24”x36,” 2012, Adobe Photoshop CS6; Growing Downtown Georgia report cover, 8.5”x11,” Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, & InDesign CS6; Project Riverway, Phenix City informational flyer, 2011, Adobe Photoshop, & InDesign CS6.

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Loft Housing &Beyond A S U M M I T I N M A D I S O N, G E O R G I A

DEC.

14, 2011

T H E J A M E S M A D I S O N C O N F E R E N C E C E N T E R – 2 4 0 W E S T WA S H I N G TO N S T .

SUMMIT AGENDA 9:30-10:15 10:15-10:30 10:30-10:45 10:45-11:45

Keynote Speaker Lessons Learned From The Georgia Inititative For Community Housing Break Let’s Make A Deal: Necessary Components & Potential Impediments

11:45-12:45 12:45-1:45

Lunch in Madison Best Practices

1:45-2:00 2:00-3:00

Break Loft Housing & Beyond

3:00-4:30

Optional Walking Tour of Madison

Mayor Deke Copenhaver, City of Augusta Dr. Tom Rodgers, HDRC UGA

Panel of developers, community bankers & lenders, and local government officials Moderator: Ms. Carmen Chubb, DCA

LoftHousing Beyond & A Summit in Madison, GA save the date

December 14, 2011 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Optional walking tour to follow see back for details

Ms. Monica Callahan, City of Madison Introduce follow up workshops: Rome, Macon, Valdosta & Savannah UGA Fanning Institute, Hands On Excercise: Dr. Joe Whorton

CEU Statement: Elected city officials attending the summit will receive a six-hour (6hr) credit through the municipal training institute.

Master Plan Summer Studio Class is open to all MHP, MLA, BLA, & MEPD students All-expenses-paid site visit, compliments of UGA’s Fanning Institute LAND 4911 or 6910 3 Credit Hours Professor Brian LaHaie & Danny Bivins are co-teaching the course Contact:

bivins@fanning.uga.edu blahaie@uga.edu

PARTNERS Housing & Demographics Research Center, UGA Fanning Institute, UGA Georgia Municipal Association Department of Community Affairs Georgia Cities Foundation City of Madison Georgia Department of Economic Development Georgia Downtown Association Office of Vice President for Public Service & Outreach, UGA Georgia Power

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Informational Meeting Monday, March 5th 12:00 PM Caldwell Hall 6th Floor Conference Room

Jekyll Island Maymester 2012

June 6 - August 1


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DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

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DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM RENAISSANCE

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RENAISSANCE ACT CREATING BETTER GEORGIA DOWNTOWNS

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RENAISSANCE RENAISSANCE DOWNTOWN ACT DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP

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Community

Economic

Leadership

Non-Profits & Organizations

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The University Of Georgia

FANNING INSTITUTE Services Youth Programs Partnerships Resources News Contact Us About Us

Economic Development: The Fanning Institute assists community leaders in developing and executing strategies tailored to their community’s unique strengths and needs. Our team seeks to help communities remove barriers that prevent citizens from participation in the economy. We work to uncover ways to transform obstacles into opportunities.

Phenix City, Alabama: Project Riverway 2011 made its way to Phenix City, AL last summer. Fanning’s Danny Bivins and Leigh Askew Elkins, along with six student interns, spent a week in the city assessing its needs. Read More >>

Website design, Fanning Institute, 2012. Adobe Photoshop CS6.

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CITY OF GAINESVILLE HOUSING DIVISION

CARL VINSON INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA 201 North Milledge Avenue, Athens, GA

GAINESVILLE, GA

GAINESVILLE HOUSING DESIGN PROJECT

(706) 542-2736

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PLAN VIEW

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

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The empty lot located at Gordon Ave, Parker Street and East Avenue (shown left) is an ideal location for new infill development. The rendering pictured above shows new infill oriented toward the corner of the lot. The design is context-senstive, pulling elements from some of the surrounding historic structures in Gainesville. Red brick is the main exterior material used as it is commonly used in the surrounding area. The new building is a mixed-use development with retail and office space on the ground level and loft apartments on the upper two floors. Parking will be located in the rear and in an underground garage. A grass buffer with tree plantings separates the structure from the street, Pedestrians can cross at new brick crosswalks

GORDON AVE, PARKER ST, & EAST AVE INTERSECTION

INFILL DESIGN

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Hand-Rendering: media includes colored pencil, ink, and marker.


INTERIOR DESIGN


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3-D RENDERING

AUTODESK 3-D STUDIO MAX 2013


3-D RENDERING

AUTODESK 3-D STUDIO MAX 2013

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SKIN STORIES ENTRANCE

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT

SKIN STORIES is an exciting exhibit which allows visitors to experience some of the most famous tattoo subcultures in history, including: Tattoos of the Ancient World, Circus Tattoos, the Early American Tattoo Parlor, American Gangs, Nautical Tattoos, and UV Tattoos. As visitors enter each subculture, they will experience an environment like those from that culture while learning the meanings and stories behind those tattoos.

POLYNESIAN AMERICAN CIRCUS AMERICAN GANGS

PREHISTORIC

Since ancient times, humans have been fascinated by making their mark on the world. Some of the earliest of these marks were found on cave walls dating over 10,000 years ago. Since ancient times, humans have creatively expressed themselves by marking their own bodies with tattoos. Tattoos have been used for protection, decoration, and sexual appeal. They are signs of loyalty, symbols of hardship or life events, or used as marks of disgrace and punishment. Tattoos can define one’s identity as part of a group, such as military or gangs. They have been used as entertainment in the circus arena and sideshows. In modern times, tattoos now glow in the dark under black light.

THE FIRST TATTOO PARLOR

EGYPT

MOVIE SCREEN

ICE AGE

UV TATTOOS

ENTRANCE

NAUTICAL

S K I N SPLAN TO R I E S FLOOR explore subcultures of tattoo history

GIFT SHOP

HISPANIC & WHITE GANG TATTOOS

EARLY PARLOR

Visitors will have a chance to create their own “skin story” by collecting tattoo stamps from each culture throughout the exhibit.

POLYNESIAN

ORIGINS OF TATTOO

AMERICAN CIRCUS TATTOOS

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BIKER & PRISON GANG TATTOOS


ATRIUM

NAUTICAL ROOM

EGYPTIAN ROOM

SAILOR TATTOOS

UV ROOM

UV ROOM

explore PIRATE TATTOOS

UV TATTOOS

subcultures of

tattoo histor y

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Plan View:

Elevation: 10'-117 8"

3" 1 '-1 4

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R9'

16'-613 16"

8'-4"

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20'-47 8"

preliminary sketch:

A leader in introducing Japanese toy trends to the United States, Bandai America Incorporated is a subsidiary of NAMCO BANDAI Holdings (USA) Inc., An entity that resulted from the integration of Namco Ltd. and Bandai Co. Ltd. of Japan. Global interests encompass four strategic business units: toys and hobby, amusement facilities, game contents & visual and music content. Bandai America Incorporated is the manufacturer and master toy licensee of some of the most popular brands in children’s toys and entertainment today, including Power Rangers™, Ben 10™, Dragon Ball Z® , Harumika®, and Tamagotchi®. The company is headquartered in Cypress, California and information is available at www.Bandai.com.

The exposition is designed to be flexible, cutting edge, and reusable, while standing out among surrounding competitors and capturing the attention of the participants. Technology including LED screens showing clips from the cartoon series, holographic glass with an animated Ben 10, and hidden surround sound speakers are incorporated to enhance the visitor’s experience and capture the spirit of the Ben 10 Ultimate Alien cartoon. The color scheme was also derived from the cartoon and logo, using mainly lime green, black, and chrome silver. All product display tables are made from recycled tire rubber and recycled glass, making Bandai’s exhibit sustainable. The open floor plan allows for circulation of visitors, and all display tables can be moved to accommodate different displays and larger crowds. Each display table and the star product shelf includes hidden storage for marketing material and employee belongings allowing for a clutter-free environment that helps visitors focus on what’s important -- the products themselves.

9'-115 8"

7" 10'-116

11" 5'-1016

1" 6'-04

This outer space-themed exhibit was designed for Bandai America’s Ben 10 Ultimate Alien exposition booth at the 2012 Toys and Games Fair in Los Angeles, CA to showcase the latest Bandai products to toy lovers, gamers, and manufacturers all over the world. The design concept is based upon the idea of Ben 10 “landing” his spacecraft into the exposition while referencing to the various alien forms into which he transforms.

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Concept

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Client Profile

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8-Gage steel cables secure suspended star mesh canopy and spaceship

Custom mesh ceiling canopy made from Armstrong MetalWorks Woven Wire, fiber optic lighting for starry effect

Spaceship frame made of wood & foam then covered in recycled aluminum sheeting

Structure: Star shelving made of wooden frame with molded plastic shell. Glass shelves. LED screen on back.

Holographic glass mounted on polyurethane compound black grain “rock” (rubber track material)

Molded plastic canister with glowing green symbol, finished in aluminum

The structure consists of sustainable materials, such as recycled aluminum space ship, recycled glass shelving, reclaimed wood frames inside the spaceship, and recycled tire rubber for display table bases.

Plastic Bandai Logo cube

Custom-designed Ben 10 Ultimate Alien carpet flooring with rubber sublayer for comfort

Perspective View: LED Screen

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Polyurethane compound black grain (rubber track material) table bases with glass and titanium finished table tops for product display and marketing materials

Perspective View: sales floor

Perspective View: Main entry

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LE BISTRO BORDEAUX modern

french

LEVEL ONE

cuisine

SHINJUKU

SHINJUKU

LEVEL ONE FLOOR PLAN

RENDERED FLOOR PLAN

CONCEPT

LEGEND:

Area: 450 m² (4843 sq. ft.)

Le Bistro Bordeaux REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

Shinjuku Grand Hotel’s Le Bistro Bordeaux brings “a night in Paris” to Tokyo with authentic French cuisine and fine wines imported from the French countryside. This restaurant caters to a sophisticated palate that features a menu of finer French cuisine specialties.

PRELIMINARY SKETCH

10' TILE

Le Bistro Bordeaux’s glamorous bar & lounge provides an intimate setting, with a vibrant blue glowing bar and an eiffel tower feature. Guests can enjoy a cocktail by candlelight while seated on modern white leather ottomans and sofas.

10' TILE

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10

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Main Entrance Valet Valet Waiting Lobby Front Desk Luggage Storage Front Office Manager Security Break Room Storage

Staff Offices Staff Changing Cocktail Lounge MADO Restaurant Restaurant 2 Retail Retail Business Center Concierge Cafe

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Hotel Gift Shop Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail West Entrance

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Le Bistro Bordeaux Restaurant Kiosk Area Receiving Office Loading Dock Men’s Restroom Women’s Restroom

Prep POD Area Prep PODArea

10' GYP

10' GYP

10' GYP

LEVEL ONE SECTION

10' GYP 10' GYP

Limited seating creates the intimacy one can expect from an authentic French bistro. Lunch is a casual setting, while dinner is formal and reservations are strongly recommended.

16' GYP

10' GYP

16' GYP ALF

10' GYP

10' GYP

Choose from the multi-course tasting menus or order a la carte. Specialties include Le Caviar, a trio dish of thin couscous and Oscetra caviar, smooth cauliflower cream, and delicate gelée of green asparagus.

10' GYP

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

10' GYP

10' GYP

10' GYP

LEGEND: 10' TILE

10' Eco-friendly Tile Ceiling

10' GYP

10' H Gypsum Board Ceiling 16' H Gypsum Board Ceiling

16' GYP

10' TILE

Aluminum Frame Decorative Ceiling Feature

ALF

LEGEND: 10' CON

10' TILE

Pendant Lamp

10' Concrete Ceiling 10' Eco-friendly Tile Ceiling

10' GYP

10' H Gypsum Board Ceiling

12' GYP

12' H Gypsum Board Ceiling

16' GYP

10' CED

16' Gypsum Board Ceiling 10' Cedar Ceiling

10' TILE

1000mm

Pendant

16' GYP

Chandelier

10' GYP

304.8mm

3352.8mm 10' GYP

RIALTO K-3386 TOILETS VITREOUS CHINA

RIALTO K-3386 TOILETS VITREOUS CHINA

1000mm

SECTION 10' GYP

16' GYP

10' GYP

LOBBY REFLECTED CEILING PLAN LOBBY FLOOR PLAN Area: 2700 m² (29,062sq. ft.)

BAR & LOUNGE PERSPECTIVE VIEW

LOBBY PERSPECTIVE VIEW

Christina Carson, Kaitlin McShea, & Heather Taylor • Studio V • December, 2011

Christina Carson, Kaitlin McShea, & Heather Taylor • Studio V • December, 2011

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Kaitlin McShea Design Portfolio