Patrick T. Connolly C. V. PagePatrick Connolly is just finishing six years of teaching English, in junior high and elementary schools, in Chiba, Japan. He is currently available for new projects.
Patrick T. Connolly
#201 Seven Treasure, Fujimi 2-3-26, Urayasu-Shi,
Chiba Ken, Japan. 279-0043 (postal code)
Phone - 047-355-7672
E-mail - email@example.com
Worked as a Multimedia Animator and Illustrator, for four years, at eigo Media in Edogawa Ku, Tokyo. Helped in the production of, language learning, software, doing animations, illustrations, sound editing, scanning (slides & flatbed), writing (articles and game content), bughunting , marketing and packaging. Worked closely with a other graphic designer and programmers in a small company, often working through the night to meet deadlines. Created a major portion of "Fred No Bouken" the CD ROM version of David Paul's "Finding Out 1" and even wrote the final master CD. Took part in producing a custom language learning software system "Power English" for the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology and Shioka Tendei . Helped in the installation and testing it on approximately 100 Windows and Macintosh computers at the Universities. Also composed and recorded music and sound effects using software and synthesizers and recorded voice in the recording necessary for these animations, software packages and active listening exercises.
"English Alive" issues 1 to 12, "English Alive Special Edition", "Slang", "Speak", Finding Out "Fred No Bouken" (Fred's Adventure), "Listening Games With English" and, the official CD ROM for the UK '98 festival, "British Style."
Macromedia Director 5.0, Adobe Photoshop 3.0.2, Morph 2.5, Painter 3.0, Specular LogoMotion, Adobe Premiere 4.0, CyberSound 2.00, SoundEdit16, MusicTime, Microsoft Word, Claris Works, HyperCard 2.3 ResEdit Scanners (Ofoto & HP,) and Quicktime.
Also have some expiriance with these progames; Word Perfect, QuarkXPress, Avid VideoShop 3.0.2, Performer, KPT Bryce1.0, Adobe Illustrator 5.5, ( I've used both Apple and Windows operating systems.)
This page was updated on February 17, 2005.
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