DAILY SELF REMINDER:
"Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more.
If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough." - Oprah Winfrey
My name is Pamela Urdaneta and I'm from Venezuela. I've always loved drawing, designing and photography since I was a little kid.
Currently working as freelancer for different clients, creating logos, web designs, brochures and business stationery. Passionate, enthusiastic and creative, proficient with different softwares such as Adobe Creative Suite, InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Photoshop / Lightroom, and excellent skills with free hand drawings and photography.
I got my degree in Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at the University of Houston - Clear Lake (August 2020 - December 2022) with a strong academic performance with a GPA of 3.5. Also, I got my Associates of Applied Science in Graphic Design at Lone Star College from (January 2018 - May 2020).
My goal would be to find work completing one of my dreams, which would be to work in the area of advertising, designing logos, posters, and business cards as advertising materials. Any work in which I would participate in branding or creating an image would interest me greatly, and I thoroughly enjoy expressing myself through my drawings in a way that allow for them to be recognized throughout the world.
Thankful for having this opportunity to study what I love and having this experience in Houston.
Drawing (2018). For this Eye I used pencil colors and markers. I've always wanted to draw an Eye because I found it challenging and I did it. Also, this was my first drawing after 1 year without having drawn anything.
On 2018, I started to do freelance, so this is a Logo I did for a company that repairs houses and building. For all my logos, I use Adobe Illustrator.
This is one of my first design ever... It's not that professional at all since it have so many information and it's too overwhelming, but I decided to put a little bit of everything of my design works here and see all my progress. I did this in first semester of college on 2018 and I used Adobe inDesign.