Philip Pearson, BFA

Hi, I’m Philip Pearson, owner of NuCreature Media and also a Digital Designer in Chicago

Since graduating from college in 2009 with my BFA in Digital Design/Visual communications, I have designed various digital media projects from digital art, web design (WordPress), video and motion graphics, and sound design.I look forward to creating your digital media design concept from script to screen.

When I’m not being creative I spent time with my wife and love online gaming and sharing the gospel on social media.

Please see below for more about my skills. Thank you.

Skills:

Motion Graphics (Adobe After Effects)

Web Design (WordPress)

Video Editing (Adobe Premier Pro/Rush)

Digital Marketing (Web, Email, Social)

Sound Design (Adobe Audition & Logic Pro)

Canva

Education

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) | Berkley College of Music
MBA in Music Business

American InterContinental University – Atlanta/Schaumburg
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree: Visual Communication/Digital Design

NYU/Tisch: Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Arts – New York
Certificate: Music Essentials, Recording, Music Business, Music Marketing

Experience

Digital Designer at NuCreature Media
(2009 – Present)
Create innovative digital design solutions for clients including branding, digital marketing, art, logo design, including web design. Please see portfolio for samples.

Graphic/Digital Designer at New Life Covenant Church Chicago
(2011 – 2012)

  • Successfully created church WordPress web & print projects for this large mega-church.
  • Updated church micro-site via content management system (WordPress).
  • Modified HTML/CSS/PHP for enhanced look and layout as well as links.
  • Communicated with ministry leaders (internal clients) via email & Skype for project updates.

Graphic/Web Designer at BGT Partners via Creative Group Chicago
(2010 – 2010)
Successfully migrated content from SharePoint into EktronCMS400.net while optimizing html web pages for client: Propane on The Farm website ag.propane.com.

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