Alexandria Roggenbuch is a motivated college student, with exceptional listening skills and a history of
hard work. At Florida State College of Jacksonville, Alexandria has learned how to use many Adobe
programs and how to apply those skills towards designing quality graphics. She has been certified in
Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, and Premiere Pro. While at Florida State College of Jacksonville
Alexandria acquired the knowledge of of creating and developing designs for clients and how to work
with them. Alexandria is currently getting her Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Digital Media and hopes
she is able to apply towards an internship. 
Alexandria uses programs like Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator to create digital art and images. For her photography she likes for it to have a whimsical vibe and she wants you to look at the images and feel like your transported to a different world. She likes to use the environment and natural lighting to capture the subject of the image in an ethereal way. Alexandria uses Adobe Photoshop to to enhance and make more contrast in the images. A lot of movies from her childhood inspired the kind of images she makes; movies like Alice in Wonderland, Coraline, and Beetlejuice. She wants the subjects in the artwork to feel confident when they look back at the images. For the digital artwork she makes a lot more simpler and modern designs. The photography Alexandria makes is very different from the digital artwork she makes. She still pulls inspiration from nature and organic materials but she forms them into more modern art. She uses Adobe Illustrator to make organic and modern graphics. 
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