CHRIS PAULSEN
164 Trellick Tower, 5 Golborne Road, London W10 5UT
020 8960 5340 and 07958 418 508
e-mail: chris@paulsen.co.uk


ENTHUSIASTIC GRAPHIC DESIGNER WITH 15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN TELEVISION, PRINT, MULTIMEDIA AND INTERNET.

APPLE MACINTOSH AND WINDOWS APPLICATIONS:Director, Photoshop, Painter, FreeHand, Illustrator, QuarkXpress,
Persuasion, Astound, Powerpoint, MiniCad, Infini-D, Extreme 3D,
Fontographer, Filemaker Pro, HTML Editor, Pagemill, Flash.
TELEVISION PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT:Quantel Paintbox, Aston 4, Floating Point.


DESIGN RECORD1990 up to the present:
Design for Harrods.
Intranet design for Arthur Andersen.
An Interactive Graphic Style Guide for Citroen on CD-ROM.
CD-ROM for Premier Waters owners of Evian and Perrier.
Music CD and record label graphics.
Web design for British Telecom Multiphone.
Web design for HotLinks on the BBC website.
Web design for Carne-Martin.
Web design for Matisse Valve Audio.
Web design for Chocolateboy Recordings .
Conference graphics for Mitsubishi through Iconique.
Conference graphics for British Telecom.
Conference graphics for Whirlpool on location in Switzerland.
Presentations for Compaq and Isoton through 21st Century Graphics.
3-D Stereoscopic Logo design for Dr Martens Clothing Ltd.
Speaker support for SmithKline Beecham on location in France.
Business presentations for UBC.
Programmes and leaflets for the Bass Clef and the Tenor Clef clubs.
Fliers for variety of musical events.
Presentations for Universal Pictures at the Electronic Studio.
Logo for the Flash Music Company of Trinidad and Tobago.
Overhead presentations for VISA at David Lock Design.
Peaky Blinder, demonstration of video game in Director.
Rave / The Remix, a board game for Ravco.

Freelance 1986 to 1990:
Paintbox graphics for Thames Television, ITN, Channel Four, Tyne Tees Television, Granada Television and TV-am.

1982 to 1985:
Head of Graphic Design Department at Diverse Production Ltd producing "The Friday Alternative" and "Diverse Reports", both weekly programmes on Channel 4. 1982:
Graphics for "The Money Programme" and "Newsnight" at the BBC.
Font designs for Panache Ltd: "Stadium", "Arcade", "Silicon Chip" and "Invader".



EDUCATION AND TRAINING1977 to 1981:
B.A. Honours Degree in Graphic Design at Middlesex University.

May 1990:
Quantel Harry course at the Moving Picture Company.

January to March 1992:
Apple Macintosh course at AppleCentre West London.

February to September 1997:
City and Guilds 7700 in Video and Television Production (Part-time).



INTERESTSArt, Photography, Computing, Guitar, Recording, Furniture Design, Dancing, Parties, Cycling, Motorcycling, Swimming and Travel.




e-mail: chris@paulsen.co.uk Copyright CHRIS PAULSEN 2000