Art Editor for Print/Magazine CV Example


Print media remains as strong today as it was before the age of the internet and the creative artistry that has underpinned its popularity remains in the hands of the print art editor.  The position requires editorial judgment calls on creating a totally arresting and attention grabbing visuals on print, notably in magazines and coffee table books.  They oversee layout artists to ensure correct balance in text and imagery based on the overall guideline for the publication.

Art Editor CV Example

Jennifer K.  Rollins

Rue du Grand Pre, Geneva, Switzerland

Phone: 022–546-2354

rollins44@ycmail.com

Objective

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to express my willingness to join your team as a public relations manager with 7 years of exposure in image-building high profile public visibility work needed for an airline.  I am confident I can bring the expertise in dealing with 3rd party even organizers, suppliers and the press no less efficiently and effectively in a manufacturing firm as in the service sector.

Career Experience/Job History

2003 – Present:  Art Editor, Gardening Today

  • Plan, design, develop the image lay-outing policies and prioritization for the publication and implement as approved by the chief editor.
  • Ensure that the creative artistry for which the publication is known for is maintained throughout it various releases.
  • Coordinate with departmental editors on the required photo standards to be submitted for lay-outing
  • Keep abreast with the upgrades on image editing and lay-outing software used by the publication and ensure any adoption of new tools are deployed with the proper training for staff artists.

Education

2003 – 2005  In house trainings and workshops on publication lay-outing

1999 – 2003:  Bachelor of Arts in Commercial Arts, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London

Professional reference will be supplied upon request.

Category: Arts CV's

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