Creative Resume for Comm 316 Digital Imaging
My name is Emilee with two “ee’s” instead of a “y.” Two is better than one my friend would always say. I’ve lived my whole life with everyone spelling my name wrong – with no fault of their own, of course. So, I decided to spare people the trouble of spelling my full name to shortening my photography business to “ee photography.”
I’m a lover of ice cream, elephants, sunrises, funny people, and capturing life’s beautiful moments. I’m also that, sometimes, annoying friend who wants to take pictures of everything. My bedroom walls are covered with pictures of the people and places I love most.
I believe everyone and every business has an important story to tell and I want to be a part of bringing that unique message to life. I seek to inspire individuals to look at life differently. I love designing and creating images that evoke various emotions and to also initiate change.
I, personally, love having something in my hand to hold. I wanted to create a small handout that I can show friends, family, and potential clients what I can do. I chose to create a 5X7 handout in InDesign on cardstock paper that features 8 pictures I have taken. I originally designed a handout that had 14 pictures on it, but it was too overwhelming and I wasn’t able to really showcase my work. By simplifying and focusing on my best shots I am better able to portray who I am as a portrait photographer and attract the attention of those who want my business in creating unique memories that will last a lifetime.
Reach out to me through social media or my website (which information is found on the back of my handout) and we can collaborate together to create something amazing. Check out this website to see some other examples of creative resumes. Remember two ee’s are always better than one!
Here are the full pictures I used for my creative handout: