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Elizabeth Morrison

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  • date: 1-24-10
I am a wovens and knits designer with a good understanding for colour and design. I have also explored costume design and technical illustration. I have a BA in Art & Design and BS in Textile Technology from North Carolina State University.

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  • Category

    Textiles
  • Market Segments

    Wovens
    Knits
  • Availability

    Freelance
    Permanent
  • Relocation

    Yes
  • Technologies

    Photoshop
    Illustrator
    Microsoft Office
    Weavemaker
    Pointcarre
  • Schools/Training

    North Carolina State University

More Information

Professional Experience

Deep Dish Theatre Co. Chapel Hill, NC
Assistant Designer (September 2009 – present)
• Analyze individual character plots
• Coordinate and source costume design looks

CE Rental Co. Raleigh, NC
Product Development Coordinator (January 2008 – January 2009)
• Consult with design and sales team on fabric selections
• Prepare custom linen/chair cover designs

North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC
Fibers Department Research Assistant (August-December 2008)
• Prepared textile samples
• Assembled logistics for Art to Wear handbook
Industrial Design Freelance (July 2008)
• Created prototypes and product design for client
Textiles Research and Lab Support (August-December 2007)

James Coviello Inc., New York, NY
Design Intern (August 2007)
• Prepared production patterns for Resort line
• Assisted with fittings
• Coordinated show logistics

Anna Sui, New York, NY
Patternmaking/Design Department (May-August 2007)
• Prepared first and production patterns for Fall line
• Assisted with fittings and managerial duties
• Prepared Product Development fabric books

Thompson Theatre, Raleigh, NC
Assistant Designer (May 2006 - May 2007)
• Assembled costumes for 12 plays
• Adapted innovative fabrics / nontraditional materials to costume designs
• Utilized comprehensive problem solving techniques to develop patterns

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