Camilla Cornwell
Freelance Designer | May 2010 – Present
Since May 2010 I have been working as a freelance designer, carrying this out as my full time job in 2010 and again in 2017. My projects have spanned from brand identity, packaging, campaign and communication strategy, print media, front end web development and illustration. More recently I have been focusing on branding, web design and social media strategy/management.

Banjo Advertising
Finished Artist & Designer | August 2014 – October 2016
Finished art gave a deep insight into the technical experience needed to take a project through its final stages of completion. My time in the design department rounded out this experience and brought me back to my design roots, ready for the next step in my career.

Designer | April 2014 – July 2014
Uberbrand was a great step into the studio world; with some fantastic mentors and opportunities to work on large scale projects and illustration work. My time here was short but it didn’t go without a lot of lessons learnt and a kick of inspiration to drive me on to the next stage in my career.

ASM Liquor
In-house Designer | May 2010 – April 2014
ASM Liquor was an amazing experience, designing concept product packaging, re-branding products, and various print and web collateral. I saw the majority of these projects from start to finish and preparing them for print with both local and overseas suppliers and printers. Towards the end of my time with ASM Liquor I worked closely with design agencies and senior members of the company to re brand existing products and launch a new products, giving me invaluable insight into what’s involved in such large scale branding projects.

Oxfam Australia
Graphic Designer/Skilled Volunteer | December 2012 – December 2013
I worked with Oxfam Australia’s Youth Engagement program as a volunteer for three months, and later as a freelance designer. I continued as a freelance designer. Here I created the print materials for some of the Youth Engagement programs such as Design For Change, Close The Gap, and other sections of the organisation including GROW.

Essential Groom
Design Intern | August 2011 – March 2012
For eight months I was a design Intern at online mens magazine Essential Groom. In this role I created website content such as switchers, banner ads, digital media kit etc. 

I have an advanced knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. My use of these programs spans across print documents, web artwork, illustration and photo retouching.

Billy Blue College of Design
Bachelor of Applied Design (Communication) | March 2010 – November 2012
Billy Blue is renown for its excellent guidance in preparing its students for the industry. With experienced and talented lecturers and an emphasis on design thinking, this degree not only helped me develop the skills I need to proficiently use these design programs and execute a brief, but also taught me how to think like a designer and find unique and engaging solutions to design problems.

Tractor Design School
Industry Mentors Program | March 2015 (Scholarship Winner)
This course focuses on implementing new strategic approaches to a brief whilst gaining a greater understanding of client interaction, creative problem solving and idea generation. With an intimate class setting of 10 students, and the opportunity to work with some of the greatest minds in the industry, Tractor provides an invaluable level of learning and mentorship experience.

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