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Richelle Little Portfolio

The following portfolio is full of images and spreads showing various Photoshop and InDesign techniques that I learned while enrolled in the Electronic Media Production (EMP 1301) course in the Public Relations program at Durham College.


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October 2009 Beach Block - 30

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Go from beach to glam in 10 minutes!

Beach Block: protect your skin against the sun’s rays

Behind the scenes at the Rip Curl Pro Top 5 secret sweet spots around the world Go from beach to glam in 10 minutes! Beach block: protect your body against the sun’s rays

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Richelle Little... ...lets us ride into her personal life

Behind the scenes at the Rip Curl Pro

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Exclusive: Pro surfer Richelle Little gives us the dish on her personal life and what it is like to be a girl surfer on the Pro Tour ... Pg 45

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R ich e ll e Li ttle

Nalu caught up with professional surfer Richelle Little to get to know the newest member of the pro surfing commnity. She tell us about her influences, her past, and what she wants to do in the future. Check it out!

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: Where did you grow up and learn to surf? : I grew up in Canada in Victoria, British Columbia. My summers were spent surfing while my winters were spent snowboarding. It was the culture of kids there.

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: Who are your surfing influences? : Obviously the girl pro surfers who have come before me... Keala Kennelly, Kate Skarratt, Rochelle Ballard, and Sanoe Lake they paved the way for girls like me.

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: What is it like for girls in a male dominated sport such as surfing?

: It is better now because of the amazing women that have come before. Girls are making - for lack of a better term - big waves in the surfing world and everyone is starting to take notice.

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: Where do you see yourself in 5 or 10 years?

: Still surfing if I can! If not I still want to be involved in the sport.. whether it is working with a sponsor or organization pro events!

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: What is going on with you other then surfing?

: Well.. because I am on the tour it is hard to keep up with a lot of things. I am in a different country surfing a different wave every other week. With social networking I am able to keep in touch with my mom and my friends from home. I just do the little things to keep it real. Luckily, surfing culture is pretty laid back so I am not a huge celebrity. 46


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