RESUMÉ
Randall Christopher
| 2418 A Street San Diego, CA 92102 | 858-699-8799 | rc@kleemanandmike.com

EDUCATION

MFA in Visual Arts, UC San Diego - 2004
-with Kim MacConnel, Jennifer Pastor, Ernest Silva, and Chris Barker

BFA in Studio Art, Florida State University - 2000 -with Robert Fichter and Keith Roberson

WORK EXPERIENCE

COMMERCIAL DESIGNER / ART DIRECTOR

2004 - present
clients include Billabong, Andy Davis Designs, Vans, YouTube channel Network A, University of Cali- fornia at San Diego, San Diego State University, Flexdex Skateboards, Matuse Wetsuits

ANDY DAVIS DESIGNS (March 2013 - present)

  • facilitate apparel design and digital set up

  • coordinate with sourcing companies for on time and on budget product lines

  • create ads for web and print

  • assist in social media and marketing campaigns

  • work with printers in production of fine art

  • April - May 2014 assisted art production, setup, and displays in Japan and Bali

  • facilitate Andy Davis commercial design work for various clients including Capt. Fin Co, San

    Diego Surf Film Festival, Fox Studios, Patagonia, Surfer Magazine, and others

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL NETWORK A (March 2013 - Nov 2013)

• Produced an experimental animated series called “Skate Sketch”, taking part in all aspects

of production including budgeting, writing, directing, hiring, animating, and delivery.

BILLABONG USA (September 2011 - February 2013)

  • assisted in apparel design and digital set up for Andy Davis artist collection

  • created ads for web, print, and store displays

  • created promotional animated shorts

    TEACHING

    2004 - present
    MiraCosta College, Oceanside, CA (2005 - present) Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA (2008 - present) Mesa College, San Diego, CA (2004 - 2011)
    Riverside Community College, Riverside, CA (2004)

  • adjunct professor of art responsible for syllabus, lectures, labs, grading, inspiring

  • courses taught include Drawing and Composition, 2D Design, Beginning Graphic Design,

    Digital Imaging, and Animation

    ENTERTAINMENT COORDINATOR

    1992-1999
    Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom

  • managed up to 45 employees at a time for daily parades, shows and character performanc- es, ensuring direct reports maintained Disney’s high standards of quality, efficiency and safety

  • managed schedules and training for performers

  • worked cross-functionally on a regular basis with a wide variety of departments, including

parade and show maintenance, operations, security, wardrobe and guest relations