306 Montgomery Street, #2 - Brooklyn, NY 11225
Cell: 813.334.2481 - Email: email@example.com
Profile and Objective
Phillip has the ability to remain poised, directed, adapt to his environment and deliver excellence in artistic and professional endeavors. Effective in challenging environments, Phillip eagerly takes on given roles while striving to exceed expectations. Problem solving abilities take challenges and turn them into opportunities. An excellent communicator, Phillip has taken on positions as stage manager, teacher, organizational representative, and emcee of large-scale events. Phillip explores technology and inter-disciplinary elements to further articulate and expand his meaningful and exciting work in the arts.
Master of Fine Arts; Performance and Interactive Media Arts, 2011
Brooklyn College - CUNY, Brooklyn, New York
Bachelor of Arts; Theatre Studies, 2007
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida
Enrichment Teacher, Coney Island Prep, Brooklyn, NY August 2010- Present
Education of students age ten through thirteen in performance and theatre focusing on building confidence and leadership skills.
Membership and Sponsored Artist Program Associate, The Field, New York, NY, July 2010- May 2011
Coordination of Membership with The Field including, but not limited to, news letters, intern management, and outreach in the form of panel discussions. Providing support for all Sponsored Artist activities and processes including Sponsored Artist Round-Tables, Classes, and grant review for purposes of submission through The Field. Work in fiscal sponsorship and artist development from forming artist identity for purposes of branding to financial structuring and funding.
Teacher/ Stage Manager for Kidz Connect, New York, NY, June 2008- December 2009
Work as liaison between creative teams of Kidz Connect and outside organizations as well as theatrical instructor and technical assistant. Worked with teens age 13-18 in realms of second life, MetaLife, Skype, and Quicktime communication as well as traditional theatrical devices including but not limited to theatre, musical theatre, and dance. The program leads to a multimedia, cross-disciplinary, international performance. Primary collaborators are Josephine Dorado and Dan Winckler, co-creators of the program.
Associate Production Coordinator, The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center/Patel Conservatory, Tampa, Florida, January 2008- July 2009
Production work in lighting, sound and set design from showcase to professional level as well as theatre and technical shop maintenance and enhancement. Handling of liaisons with touring artists, OPERA Tampa, and Patel Conservatory Youth Orchestra. Scheduling of Patel Conservatory spaces and coordination with Center schedules and production. Extensive community outreach and interaction in addition to maintaining professional artistic relations. Work load included Mac audio and video editing software, Microsoft Word, Excel and Tessitura proficiency.
Assistant to Professor; Circus Skills, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Fall Semester 2006
Training and management of 25+ students in a physically based course load including tight rope, unicycle, juggling, introductory acrobatics, balance, and other circus related skills.
Assistant to Professor; Stage Combat, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Spring Semester 2005
Assistance in training of 25+ students in dagger and rapier combat as well as tumbling, hand to hand combat, and introductory acrobatics.
Development Associate; Performance Space 122, New York, New York, January 2010- May 2010
I assisted in the planning and implementation of a Gala evening honoring John Leguizamo featuring performances by such talent as Rosie Perez, John Turturro, and many others. I worked extensively with Morgan von Prelle Pecelli and Lucy Sexton in planning and implementation of the evening and provided general Development support. In this position I became familiarized with and worked in The Razors Edge software. This internship led to a contract position as a Creative Producer on Hotel Savoy, a performance based installation.
Video/Creative Programming: John Jannone (Brooklyn College, CUNY)
Graphic Design: Ronaldo Kiel (Brooklyn College, CUNY)
Electronic Music Composition: Douglas Geers (Brooklyn College, CUNY)