A little bit about me…
Hi, my name is Rhonda Crerar and I’m currently living in Melbourne, Australia although that hasn’t always been the case… originally hailing from Nelson, New Zealand it was there that I was apprenticed as a Typographer at the Nelson Evening Mail many moons ago… I now possess 16+ years of multifaceted media design experience; I’ve also been involved in project management, testing, training, presenting and content creation.
I’m all about eye catching well-balanced designs. I like to learn new applications then put them to use... hence the animated gif above created using Adobe Animate CC.
Please take a look around my site and feel free to contact me if you have a creative project you’d like my help with.
Thank you!
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A true story...
After completing my apprenticeship and achieving both Trade and Advanced Trade Certificates I was awarded the MPI (Morrison Printing Inks & Machinery) / Compugraphic Award for a week's study with the Agfa Compugraphic Division and other typographic organisations in Boston. It was during this trip (late 1989) that I was introduced to the latest innovations being developed by Adobe i.e. Photoshop*. Funnily enough they were clearly confused by my nationality (NZ), demonstrating how they could take a lorikeet and place it on the Sydney Harbour Bridge! Regardless, it truly “blew my mind”… I was clearly on the cusp of the most amazing advances in visual media and very excited to be part of it!
* Photoshop 1.0 was released on 19 February 1990 for Macintosh exclusively.
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