Leanne Wagner
Art Direction, United States
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Contact details
345 E. 94th St.
Apt. 6F
New York, NY 10128
Tel: 917 445-6003
Brief Summary
LeAnne Wagner
[email protected]
345 E. 94th Street, Apt. 6F
New York, NY 10128

Parsons, New School of Design. New York City, New York.
MFA Design and Technology.

University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio.
College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning.
BS Graphic Design. Minor Certificate Marketing.

PETLab. New York, NY. petlab.parsons.edu
October 2007-present.
Research assistant: PETLab is a MacArthur funded research initiative that develops games, simulations, and play experiences which encourage experimental learning. The research is primarily focused on the development of digital learning tools and games that explore social issues and the integration of emerging technology. My specific research has been primarily focused on urban games, mobile technology, and and situated learning.

Baruch College. New York. NY. www.baruch.cuny.edu
August 2008­-present. Part time.
Adjunct faculty: As an adjunct teacher in the Fine Arts department, I primarly teach design classes. The most recent course taught was titled Graphic Design & Photography Concept & Theory.

Youth Noise. Chicago, IL. www.youthnoise.com
October 2007-present. Freelance.
Web/graphic designer: Youth Noise is an international non-profit youth activists community. I create webpages, widgets, flyers and other support materials for their various causes.

Eric Mower and Associates. Charlotte, North Carolina. www.mower.com
January 2006-July 2007. Full time.
Art director: Eric Mower is a marketing communications agency with multiple offices on the east coast. My responsibilities ranged from concept and design of print, tv, and radio ads to branding. I often partnered with a copywriter on projects that required extensive writing and concepting. I had direct contact with clients and presented work regularly both internally and externally.

Jack Rouse Associates. Cincinnati, Ohio. www.jackrouse.com
June 2004-September 2004. Full time.
Graphic Designer: Jack Rouse specializes in the design of theme parks, indoor entertainment centers, water-parks, and museums. I worked on a team that focused primarily on museum graphics, signage, and wayfinding. My responsibilities included exhibit design and sign production.

Salomon Sports. Annecy, France. www.salomonsports.com
June 2003-December 2003. Full time.
Designer: Salomon is located in the French Alps, near Geneva, and is one of the world leaders in ski equipment and design. I worked on the Alpine Design team with seven other designers. Collectively we were responsible for creating models and graphics for all skis and ski accessory lines. My role was to create graphic applications and color palettes for products and their accompanying packaging, specifically the ski pole and helmet lines.

computer skills
Photoshop. Illustrator. InDesign. Flash (AS3, Papervision). FlashLite. Flex. After Effects. Dreamweaver. HTML/CSS coding. Quark.

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