Maintaining a well-rounded experience in multimedia arts, I, Uzma S. Toor, am a hands-on professional in delivering high-profile creative media products. At present I am working as an independent multimedia arts specialist running a design studio - Retroactive Studios - serving a range of clients in the public and corporate sector. I offer specialist skills in developing project-based solutions in multimedia arts and visual communications.
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Jan 29, 2010|Presentation Formatting|Private|Completed
Jan 25, 2010|Presentations|Private|Completed
Jan 22, 2010|Graphic Design|Private|Completed
Nov 24, 2009|Other - Design|Private|Completed
A graduate in Multimedia Arts from the National College of Arts (NCA, Lahore), I also bring substantial knowledge and experience of learning as well as teaching information technology and multimedia art skills. During my career, I have had the privilege of experimenting with a variety of media genres. I have successfully conceived, developed and launched several graphics design and multimedia arts products including websites, and documentaries.
Today, I stand at the threshold of professional growth hoping to contribute more to the field of visual communications, the reason for being here at Elance. I now consider myself something of an avant-garde professional, able to break through conventional methods and notions to create new possibilities. Objective and open-minded, I am not limited to traditional approaches, nor I am unduly compromised for other reasons. I am self-motivated to learn and accomplish new projects, maintaining performance expectations in diverse contexts. My solid background in interactive communications and hands-on experience in graphics designing are my biggest assets that I can offer.
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), director of photography for two documentaries: Labour of Love and Awakening produced to showcase SDC-supported projects in small entrepreneurship in Gilgit-Baltistan, photographer and photo-editor of montages of various project...
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