VJ Choolun

I grew up in London in the 70's, interesting times. Biggest achievements back then painting a 25 foot by 100 foot theatre backdrop.

(Had a Commodre PET then, cassettes to hold data, mind blowing!)

In the 80's I became passsionate about Technology, Break Dance, Martial Arts, Graffiti and Art & Design continued as a way of living.

(Had a beige box then called an Apple Macintosh, took floppy discs, and SyQuests for the larger files, amazing!)

In the 90's became a University Lecturer in Digital Media Design & Technologies. The Art, Design and Technology affair continued.

(The floppy discs turned into Zip discs).

In the 20's found 'Multi-Disciplinary Creative' a favoured term for what I am, and have always been.

(The zip disks turned into USB Sticks).

Now, in London, I am a 'multi-disciplinary creative' that has provided creative solutions to governments, corporate sectors, creative and technology sectors and have worked on accounts such as Saatchi & Saatchi, BBC, and a variety of independent companies and organisations, much like yours.

(Will 'Cloud' replace USB?)

I work for AVMC Studios (over the last twenty years) a multidisciplinary Creative Advertising & Design studio. My focus today is to collaborate with other creatives and combine mediums to provide communicative solutions to create 'Interactive Advertising', and 'Creative Campaigns' for good people (like you) who are open to the possibility of trying new combinations of technology and creativity combined.

Is this you? Then let's talk.

Specialties: Creativity, Design, Art, Painting, Drawing, Typography, Illustrations, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Adobe Dreamweaver Computer Technologies in Hardware & Software. Future Technologies.

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