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Versatile fabricator seeking a place on a

skilled exhibition team in a fast-paced

museum environment
2105 robinson ave sarasota, fl 34232
(561) 222-9420 zrh.quarter20@gmail.com
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art / Exhibit Technician Feb 2012 Present
Fabrication and installation of exhibition elements for temporary and permanent
exhibitions in the Ca D'zan, Ringling Art Museum, Tibbals Education Center, and
the Circus Museum including platforms, pedestals and temporary walls as well as
brass, acrylic, and ethafoam mount-work
Design, installation, and maintenance of exhibition lighting for maximum visual
impact within established conservation standards
Coordinate purchasing and tracking of museum lighting inventory of 50+ types of
lamp including LED systems and a variety of specialty bulbs
Installation, and maintenance of networked A/V systems for temporary and
permanent exhibits including interactive exhibit elements using small motors,
microcontrollers and touch screens
Research and purchase all new A/V technology for use in permanent and temporary
exhibitions including monitors, media players, projectors, and signal/show
control devices
Safe-handling, packing, transportation, and installation of accessioned and loaned
museum objects in collaboration with Collections and Curatorial staff
Previously employed in thCuratorial department Jun Dec 2011
New College of Florida Scuplture Studio / Teaching Assistant Aug 2011 May 2013
Built teaching tools for woodworking and kinetic sculpture classes
Assisted in the design and construction of student projects
Prepared funding requests for special projects
Maintained studio equipment and supervised student use of sculpture facilities
Selected Freelance Work
Workshop Assistant to Sculptor Tomasz Koclga July 2013
Recieved EU sponsorship to assist in the construction and installation of a
permanent outdoor fiberglass and resin sculpture on the campus of Tomas Bata
Images of the work can be seen on the artist's personal website
Studio Assistant to Sculptor Richard Herzog Jun 2012 Oct 2012
Participated in the construction and installation stages of several large
commissioned projects including: 'Everything is Touching by Underground Wires',
'Climbing Ivy', and 'Iceberg Flotilla' and, most recently, 'It's All About Electricity'
Images of the works can be found on the artist's personal website

Shop Skills
Experience working with computer generated design documents for fabrication and
electronics applications
Comfortable manipulating a broad range of materials including wood, sheet goods,
acrylic, vinyl, steel, paper, fabric and brass using a variety of hand-held and
stationary tools
Familiar with MIG welding, brazing/annealing and plamsa cutting techniques with a
strong desire to learn further smithing and metalworking skills
Skilled in the use of pneumatic and airless spray-painting equipment
Knowledge of casting/moldmaking techniques using a variety of natural and
synthetic materials including plaster, wax, urethane resin, and alginate systems
Abilities and Interests
Capable in a variety of professional studio/workshop environments
Systematic, research-based approach to problem solving
Able to organize and implement projects independently, or within a team
Enrolled in CTS certification courses with an interest in further specialization in
either A/V installation (CTS-I) or design (CTS-D)
Committed to further professional and academic development in 2D and 3D
modelling and fabrication
Interested in kinetcs/electronics fabrication using sensors and micro-controllers
Always eager to learn new materials and methods
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, New College of Florida 2009-2013
Music Performance, Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts 2005-2009
References available upon request
Thank you for your consideration