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Tamiyo HashimotoBrazilian
E-mail: dominustamiyo@yahoo.com / online-portfolio: https://tamiyohashimoto.wordpress.com

Languages
Portuguese: native speaker  English: Fluent
Spanish:  advanced  Japanese: Intermediate

Education
Visual Communication –  Mackenzie University  (Aug 93 – Jun 97)- Brazil
Data Processing Technology – Mackenzie University (Aug 90 – Jun 93) – Brazil

Computer skills: Photoshop, Illustrator

Other skills: Sumie, hand drawing (china ink, watercolour and pastel).

Working experience:
Illustrator and Graphic designer:
freelancer

English instructor: currently teaching adults (privately), but I have experience with group as well (from housewives, in-company and general English).

Part-time worker: (07.2006 – 11.2011) – Fururu- Japan

Graphic Designer Free-lancer: (08.04) – Projeto Genesis – Japan

Web designer: (09.99 – 03.04) Kreanto Marketing Interativo – Brazil
My main task was to create the visual part of web-sites, which apart from determining/designing  all the visual elements, included the choice of colours and selection/suggestion of illustration and/or photos to the client.

Trainee (Graphic Design): (08.98 – 02.99)
NBC (Nagasaki Broadcasting Company) – Japan
Being awarded  with a scholarship by Technical Trainees’ Aid Program of the Nagasaki Prefectural Government in June 1998, I trained at the Nagasaki local TV (Nagasaki Broadcasting Company – http://www.nbc-nagasaki.co.jp,  branch of TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System). During my 9 months training (from August 1998  to February 1999) I had the opportunity to learn Softimage 3D (modelling and animation) and also took part in development of some TV openings and commercials.

Internship (Web Designer): (04.98 – 06.98)
Oficina Algorítmica – Brazil
My first contact with digital media was helping in the development/production of web-sites. I learned the process from briefing, throughout  visual conception and development of the site.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. February 10, 2014 10:30 pm

    Great work; you’re very versatile! My family lived in Sasebo, Japan back in the sixties; it was a really cool place!

  2. Monica permalink
    February 23, 2014 9:22 am

    Oh Tamiyo.
    Muito bom.
    Great Job!
    Fiquei presa, sem conseguir clicar para sair.
    Hipnotizante

  3. November 10, 2014 2:17 pm

    Hi Tamiyo, too busy to post? Hope you’re doing well 🙂

    • November 10, 2014 2:37 pm

      Hi! “hissashiburi!” yes! I’ve been pretty busy!
      You too, but you’ve been posting! that’s good! preety good stuff!
      I’ve been a bit overloaded with work since september, I hope things come down a bit soon and then I’ll start posting again!
      cheers

      • November 10, 2014 2:40 pm

        Hissashiburi indeed! Yes, I’ve been posting regularly and enjoying it a lot. Hope things slow down a bit on your end so you can post again. Looking forward to it 🙂 Take care! xo

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