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4 4 3 6 M a y c r e s t A v e. N I K O L A S
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nreyesdesign@gmail.com | l i n k e d i n . c o m / i n / n j r e y e s

EDUCATION
California State University, Northridge
Northridge CA — Bachleor of Arts with
an emphasis in Graphic Design [2006-2010]
Don Bosco Technical Instutute
Rosemead, CA — High School Diploma with
an emphasis in Drafting & Design [2002-2006]

WORK EXPERIENCE
Service Associate - Marshalls, Inc. Pasadena, CA
Jun. ‘08 - Aug. ‘09; Jun. ‘09 - Present
Markdowns, Cashier, and Customer Service.
Games Room Supervisor - University Student Union, Inc.
Northridge, CA — Feb. 2007 - Aug. 2009
Event & General Supervision, Training,
Marketing, Data entry, planning and research.
Stock Associate, Williams Sonoma, Inc.;
Arcadia, CA; Jun. 2007 - Aug. 2007
Visual display set up and take down, receiving,
shipping, restocking, maintenance, and other duties as
needed when requested by management.
Cashier, Matador Bookstore; Northridge, CA
Dec. 2006 - Feb. 2007
Customer service, cash handling and assisting other
members as needed.
Cashier, Sizzler Restaurants, Inc. - Jun 2006 - Aug - 2006
Customer service, cash handling, assisting customers with
any questions and suggesting items.

GRAPHIC ARTIST

ACHIEVEMENTS
Member of CSUN SAGA
Fall 2010
Dean’s List
Spring 2008

TECHNICAL SKILLS
Fluent in Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator & Acrobat
Strong Photo Retouching & Type Application
Strong Proofreading & Spelling
Basic HTML Knowledge & Coding
Strong Knowledge with Microsoft Office

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H i g h l i g h ts
Breaking All The Rules:
Lenny Kravitz’s
Approach to Life & Music
The rock legend opens up about his
past, his present and his future plans.

p.52
Their Decision:
The Return of
Alice In Chains

The Seattle legends return with
their 5th studio album “Black
Gives Way To Blue”.

Lenny’s Approac

Departments
What’s Happening

Techie Talk
On The Rise

Culture Clash:Vampire Weekend

Showbiz Review

p.61

ic

On his new album
, Lenny
accomplishes the
seemingly imposs
ible
goal of sounding
virtually live, as
if one
extraordinarily am
bidextrous
individual is playin
g it all, and all at
the same time. “If
you turn it up, it
becomes like a wa
ll of sound coming
down on top of
you,” Kravitz
elaborates. “What
I wanted to achiev
e
was one big sound,
a musical collage
made up of many
parts that all com
e
together as a wh
ole. Of course,”
he
adds with typica
l understatement,
“trying to do tha
t by yourself ma
kes it
harder.”

Nightlife
In the Now

h To Life & Mus

Lenny Kravitz is
a man who is
keeping the classic
roc
Hendrix, Page and k tradition of
Lennon alive. He
has taken a good
deal of flack for
his
mimicry and sid
eburns, but
nevertheless enjoys
commercial and
critical success.

Love & Hate: Fanmail

p.38
Indie rock meets African tradition with Contra,
the sophmore release from the NYC newcomers.

Interview By: Ma
rk Seliger
Written By: Greg
Prato

Coming To A Town Near You
Staff Favorites

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His astonishing
feat of self-expre
ssion
makes it hard to
imagine anyone
else
intruding. With
Lenny, Kravitz cre
ates

a vast aural canvas
on which he ren
ders
a strikingly person
al, unfailingly
honest and com
pletely authentic
lyr
ical
landscape. “It’s abo
ut eliminating all
exterior distractio
ns,” Lenny Kravi
tz
explains “It’s abo
ut making peace
with
yourself, about bei
ng enough. People
feel inadequate unl
ess they’re valida
ted
by things like mo
ney or status. Bu
t, at
the end of the day
, you have to loo
k at
yourself in the mir
ror and deal with
that person.”

There may have
been other “retro

rock acts before
him, but Lenny
Kravitz was one
of the first to not
be
pigeonholed to a
single style as he’
s
touched upon suc
h genres as soul,
fun
k,
reggae, hard roc
k, psychedelic, folk
,
and ballads over
the years. Kravitz
was a member of
the California Bo
ys
Choir until his tee
nage years, when
he
decided to pursue
rock & roll while
in
high school and
under the heavily
influence of funk roc
ker Prince. Kravi
tz’s
admiration of the
Purple One was
so
great that he at firs
t patterned his sty
le
and approach dir
ectly after Prince
and became kno
wn as “Romeo Blu
e”
(complete with blu
e contact lenses),
but
failed to land a rec
ording contract.

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