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| Colleen O’Callaghan | | University of Cincinnati | | Fashion Program 2016 |


Colleen O’Callaghan

1075 US Route 42 E Xenia, OH, 45385 | 937-708-9439 | ocallacr@mail.uc.edu | http://adamanitumstrong.tumblr.com |

Education

Cincinnati, OH University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Fashion Design Major | Class of 2016 Xenia, OH Xenia High School Primarily AP and Honors courses | Class of 2011

Employment Costume Castle Inc. Loveland, OH December 2012- April 2013 Design Intern Assisted head designer | Designed and constructed costumes | Completed garment care and preservation | Provided excellent customer service | Inventory control

Mary Kay Cincinnati, OH September 2011- December 2010 Independent Beauty Consultant Manage a small business and funds | Provide excellent Skills and Abilities customer service | Promote job opportunities Basic knowledge of Adobe programs such as Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign | Intermediate fashion illustration ability | Excellent flat pattern CJ’s Boutique Xenia, OH June- September 2010 illustration | Trend and forecasting development training | Advanced Independent Technical Consultant pattern making skills | Knowledge of textiles | Knowledge of fashion Provided customers with tailored repair and alteration of history | Knowledge of marketing | Excellent time management skills | garments Advanced sewing technique and application skills | Excellent problem solving skills | Great communication skills | Ten years sewing construction Salvation Army Xenia, OH November- December 2007- ’09 experience Musician Collected funds for charity | Provided quality entertainment Activities and Honors Greene County 4-H Member, nine year, project results include1st place sewing, county fair, 2009 and 2011 | State fair representative, sewing, 2011 | Xenia High School (XHS) Marching Band five Years, XHS Jazz Band two years (trumpet and vocalist) | XHS Show Choir, three years | Advanced Theatrical Production four years | University of Cincinnati Bearcat’s Marching band, one year | Cincinnati Snowcats Ski Club, one year | UC Women’s Rugby, one year

Current Classes Fashion History II | Pattern Making II | Fashion Illustration & Flat sketch II | Fashion Design Methodology I | Fashion Marketing and Brand Development

Available for work Fall 2013 and Summer 2014


| Illustrations |


Fitness is my passion. I enjoy designing for athletic bodytypes. These are done in marker and colored pencil.


Recently, Rugby was added to the 2016 Olypmics. Below are a few of my ideas for an olympic rugby apparely line. As the fastest growing women’s sport in Europe, Rugby is becoming more and more popular throughout the world.


A UC inspired body-wear design sketches.


| Trend Forecasting |

This project taught me how to identify and organize upcoming trends and inspiration. Not only did I identify major trends and their components, but I established color palletes as well.


| Blog | Originally this blog was started as an assignment to record fashion inspiriation & experiences. After the grade I re-designed it to be a good source healthy of fitness information and inspiration as well as a a personal record of my own progress, experiences, and opinions on fitness culture.


| Projects |


Features | White eyelet, princess lined daydress with sash, full lining, pleated, with invisible zipper, and hook and eye. Denim blazer with accent piping, buttons & button holes, fully lined. Learned to understitch install invisible zippers, pleat, and fully line a garment | Learned basic tailoring | Learned to pipe seams | Learned button and button hole installation


Features | Tailored wool coat with brocade lining, cotton insulation, snap closures, and pockets.


Features | Bias-cut crepe-back satin backless gown with cowel neck collar, serge-seam finishing, shear train, and handmade fabric rose.


Features | Pebbled satin evening gown with asymmetrical hem, accent ruffles, lace up side, and side zippper.


Features | Printed satin gown with boned bodice, 3-tier ruffled skirt, gathered contrast waist band, and invisible zipper.

Learned to install boning | Worked with extremely difficult fabric


Features | Gold spandex leotard, leggings, and hood with 2 tone blue stripes and fins.

Designed costumes for theatrical and dance performance | Gained an in-depth knowledge of textiles and how to design and pattern for them | Altered premade patterns | Fit using measurements | Learned how to work with spandex and make clothing that moves with the body


| Thank You |

Colleen O’Callaghan 937-607-4325 ocallacr@mail.uc.edu http://adamantiumstrong.tumblr.com


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