My Images

I created the physical copies of these artwork, these are the images below.
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This work by Erick Cerritoshttps://ecerritos.wordpress.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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Huitzitzil by Erick Cerritos https://ecerritosfreyre.wordpress.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

My Geocache

Modern Collectiv’s Art Exhibition this January 21, 2017 will have a “Glass” theme so I created this geocache (the tile inside) for my piece.

Modern Collectiv

These photos I had taken of the staff at Modern Collectiv, for the paragraphs I had written on them, introducing them for their website, which is still currently in development. I made interviews of the staff to create an introduction for them, for the website that is still in the works.

When Nicolette Barchak, 48, San Antonio, was a teenager her father got her interested in photography, her father enjoyed it as a hobby and Barchak started seeing the skills that was used to create the images from classes and passed them down to her. “As I learned this skills I fell in love with the art, it lead me to go to school for it.” In high school he took photography classes, being first one in the dark room and last one out all the time. She has held an eagerness to see the results of his images, wanting to see what she had captured. From film to digital photography Barchak has done both over the years. The dark room was where she developed her passion for photography, going through the process of developing the images and having them printed out. “To this day even though I work with digital I still have that passion I can’t wait to see the images once they’ve processed. With image editing software I can’t wait to see the final product after I’m finished.”

Mark Herrera, 30, San Antonio, gained inspiration to make art from an early age. He experimented with the colors of crayons to get green to draw Ninja Turtles. Ever since the day he made his Ninja Turtles green he continued, with the encouragement of his grandmother, to enjoy making art. Innovation continues to inspire him to make art pieces. His grandmother was very encouraging of his interest in art. Ever since he met Desiree Escobedo, he has collaborated with Modern Collectiv on the projects they have in store.

Mauricio Vasquez, 24, currently plays music in San Antonio, Texas but he had grown up in Mexico City. He records and performs songs under the name Fair Coyote. He grew up writing songs and playing piano in school. While he never had formal lessons in his early years, he did learn to play instruments through careful listening, and started writing his own songs by adolescents. He continues striving to reach a wider audience with his music, but music will always be a way of life for him no matter what. Its not merely a career path he sees in it but an art that can reach people. He gains inspiration to write music through his thoughts and listening to other music artists. When he does create a song it’s after having a moment of feeling alive, emotions from everyday life.He create an album for his label Fair Coyote, where he created fortuitious songs with his rise. He is working on a new album, with a more cohesive theme around the songs he is producing.

Christina Guerrero, 24, studied photography at The Art Institute of San Antonio, where she learned the craft of photography and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts. Learning the various forms of photography she found a particular interest in capturing still images of food. She continues to work in photo and video editing for clients, with experience in wedding photography. When Tina joined Modern Collectiv she felt like she could easily connect with the company’s people and goals.

Q & A with Desiree Esobedo.

1.Why did you decide to found Modern Collectiv?

Modern Collectiv has been one of those goals that seemed far away…you know the ones you wanna do but keep saying tomorrow. I had enough of the tomorrow’s and wanted to make sure it wasn’t just a dream but a goal that I can reach to help emerging artists who are trying to get their works out there. It was difficult trying to figure out how we can incorporate a design firm with an art gallery, not only offering businesses design services but also art collections for business and personal collectors.

2. Why did you name it Modern Collectiv?

Modern Collectiv speaks for itself, we are a collective of today’s artists collaborating together on art & design

3. How do you know if someone is right for your organization, do you look for certain people?
If you are an inspiring Artist, we wanna hear and see your work, if you’re a business we’d love to help grow your business. If you have no idea of how to start collecting art, we are here to help you from matching you with an artist to placement of the work(s) in your establishment. Then there’s the general public who just wants to support the arts, we are all for it-let’s support the artists!!
4. What lead you to eventually create Modern Collectiv?
A local San Antonio artist myself, I’ve been designing since 2007. I personally know the struggles of an artist trying to get your foot in the door, it’s not easy-this is the main reason why it’s important to expose the works of many unseen talent. Others cannot appreciate work that hasn’t had the chance to be seen. MC builds confidence and brings works above the surface to share with the public. There’s more planned for MC, we will expand towards helping the youth find their voice through art. Maybe one day their will be a Modern day Salvador Dalí.

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My Internship

I spent time interning with Modern Collectiv, they are a firm that has helped clients in their media production needs. Here is a facebook post of me, I had written the post describing myself, its all true.

I was in charge of researching places to follow on Twitter, many were peer reviewed by Christina Guerrero.

 

 

My Magazine

Here is the file of my magazine I edited and designed using InDesign, Photoshop, and Bridge.

St Mary’s Blood Drive

My article presenting the blood drive at St Mary’s University by the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center. The article was published in the St Mary’s University newspaper, known as the Rattler, and in their website.

Scene on Campus: The Bridge

Kevin Frei is the current leader for the Bridge, they are a group at St Mary’s University made up of different students that come together to praise and worship Jesus Christ. Kevin describes his experience at the Bridge, which takes place each week on Wednesdays.

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