My name is Jacorrian Jackson. I aim to have a career in graphic design while running my own business, “Keeping Passion and Tradition Worldwide”, or, “KPTWorldwide”, for short. I want to use my talents in both digital art and music to help people through their emotional and mental distress such as anxiety and depression. Sometimes, my art revolves around pop culture such as anime and video games simply because I am aware that people do not wish to focus on a negative aspect of their lives such as the mental distress, which was mentioned before. My art provides a certain aesthetic, whether someone is looking for art that is therapeutic, or just visually pleasing to the human eye.
I am a detail-oriented, adaptable, senior graphic design student at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. I have past experience working artist booths at local conventions such as SBC Anime Festival and Geek’d Con. My past work has also been shown in art shows such as Critical MASS, courtesy of the Shreveport Regional Arts Council.
Bossier Parish Community College: Communication Media • Bossier City, Louisiana
I became a member of Sigma Kappa Delta, an English Honors Society that is recognized in two-year colleges such as Bossier Parish Community College. I have also earned my Associate’s degree in Communication Media with a 3.14 GPA.
Louisiana Tech University: Graphic Design • Ruston, Louisiana
I am currently enrolled as a senior undergraduate student. I am studying to earn my Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design
Adobe After Effects
07/2016 – 07/2016 AVC Conventions Sole Proprietorship • Bossier City, Louisiana
I was a vendor at a one-day event called SBC Anime Festival 2016.
07/2018 – 07/2018 AVC Conventions Sole Proprietorship • Bossier City, Louisiana
I sold my artwork at, what became a two-day event known as, SBC Anime Festival 2018.
08/2019 – 08/2019 Townsquare Media Shreveport Sole Proprietorship • Shreveport, Louisiana
At the local three-day event known as Geek’d Con, I have sold both prints and shirts with my artwork on them.