Behance Portfolio Review

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October 16, 2012

RVSP for the Behance Portfolio Review »

Join AIGA AZ and the Creative Group for an evening of professionals, portfolios, and community participation to gather ideas and inspiration that will be helpful to win the next stop in your creative career.

The end of the year is close and it's the perfect time to advance your 2013 portfolio with tips from the Creative Group and local, creative professionals. has been a valuable source for creatives all over the world and the select reviewers will provide helpful feedback to ensure that your brand stands out.

Thursday, November 8 | 6 – 9 PM
1010 E. Missouri Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85014

The evening agenda will consist of an introductory presentation, an hour breakout session with individual reviewers discussing portfolios, and a chance to socialize amongst fellow creatives. Please bring your portfolio book with you to have a chance to share a couple of pieces with your group leader and discussion group. Wifi will not be available within the venue.

Reviewers will include:

Local firms and companies:
Andrew R. Brenits – Creative Services Leader, APS and President of InSource
Dereck Bermudez – Senior Designer, Pyxl
Jack Sullivan – Senior Instructor, Art Institute of Phoenix and Creative Director, Sullivan Marketing & Communications
James Archer – CEO, Forty Agency
Lisa Altomare – Creative Director, McMurry

The Creative Group:
Brad Lange – Senior Recruiter
Brittany Ludera – Recruiting Manager
Evelyn Vega – Division Director
Nathan Sine – Senior Recruiter

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