I am currently looking for work and placement opportunities.
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Hi there! Im Aynsley, a student designer from Belfast, Northern Ireland. I am currently enjoying exploring different ways to create digital magic. Although my work is often created for the computerised realm, my two favourite tools will forever be pen and paper. Sketching out ideas quickly and spontaneously, I believe, is how great things happen. I am particularly interested in carrying hand drawn illustrations into the digital world and I love exploring subtle interactions. I am a forward thinker and love any chance to collaborate with people to create exciting new things!
Belfast School of Art
2015- (due to complete) 2019
Modules taken: Design Fundamentals, Introduction to Communication Design, Exploring Identity, Imaging and Data Visualisation, Designing with Content, Narrative and Storytelling
Belfast School of Art
Art , ICT, Media Studies
Bloomfield Collegiate Grammar School
Hours were gained volunteering for;
-Harvest project and befriending scheme through Downs Syndrome Association,
-summer scheme and weekly community service program at Torbank Special School
-Games ambassador at the World Police and Fire Games
-Queens University Belfast elite competition team
-Kaleidoscope Dance company senior team.
-Captain of my senior dance team in school.
-Previously represented Fitness NI as part of their youth squad performing in both fitness and dance disciplines captained the senior dance team in school.
-Three weeks spent living on campus at Jain University learning about contemporary India with a range of lectures from international relations to India’s digital revolution.
-The experience included hands-on sessions about Indian fashion, architecture, games, sculpture, dance and cinema that were supported with trips to local heritage sites, spiritual centres, and rural communities.
2 weeks work experience at Seacourt print workshop exploring a variety of printing styles including screen, salt etch, collograph and itaglio.
-Part of a team of 11 selected to curate an exhibition in response to Ireland and Northern Ireland’s Government Departments’ collections.
-As a group we were given the freedom to develop the exhibition theme, select artworks, and inform the catalogue design and its content.
-WSET Level 1 award
The job includes working towards sales targets, carrying out weekly stock takes, managing your till, counting money and also creating window and in-store displays on monthly promotional changes.
-Supervising a stand of 4-6 staff members ensuring the Arena’s policies are complied. (These include security and fire regulations; Health and Safety and Licensing legislation and cash handling procedures.)
-Delivering the highest level of customer service to all patrons of the arena.