SWOTT Analysis Donna Karan started her fashion career at a young age working with Liz Clairborne, then as an assistant designer with the well-known fashion house of Anne Klein. Donna was born with her mother as a showroom model, and her father was a practicing suit maker/ tailor, so it seems inevitable that she would be part of the fashion industry. While attending the prestigious Parson’s school of design in 1968, Donna Karan was offered a summer job working for the designer, Anne Klein. While at Klein, she met and married her second husband, a clothing boutique owner, Mark Karan. At the age of 24, after graduating from Parsons, Kline offered her a full time position as one of its designer; then two years later she was promoted to associate designer, and had become Klein's successor.
At the age of eleven his step father gave him his first camera. But his interest in photography began when he was traveling to Peru when in college. Then this changed from social commentary to a narrative based/fashion photography while he was studying his degree at the University of Brighton located in the United Kingdom. When he was making his opportunities in London with his college portfolio, he got introduced to Mario Testino, then soon joined Testino in Paris as an his assistant. While traveling the globe with Testino for the 4 years he, Lubomirski, managed to get many test shots while got seen and immediately published in “The Face” by Katie Grand.
Annie Leibovitz Annie Leibovitz was born October 2, 1949 in Westbury, Connecticut, to Sam and Marilyn Leibovitz, an Air force Lieutenant and a modern dance instructor. In 1967, Annie enrolled at the San Francisco Art Institute majoring in painting. It wasn’t until she took a trip to Japan with her mother after her sophomore year, that she realized her love for photography. She lived briefly on an Israeli kibbutz and returned to the United States in 1970 and applied for a job with the, then, start-up rock music magazine Rolling Stone. Jann Wenner, Editor for Rolling Stone at the time, was very impressed with Leibovitz portfolio and offered her a job as a staff photographer.
While at Yale, he met an author, Thornton Wilder. Before writing, McCullough's interests were politics and art. After meeting Wilder, he was motivated to write and become an author. During his time at Yale, he also met his potential wife, Rosalee Barnes. He later graduated from Yale and moved to New York to work for Sports Illustrated as an editorial assistant.
Women of Psychology Reshaunda Davis PSY/310 March 3, 2013 Luvenia Jackson . Mamie Phipps was born April 18, 1917; Hot Springs is her birthplace. Her father was a Physician; his name was Harold H. Phipps, MD. Katie Florence was her mother’s name, she helped Mamie’s father with his practice. She went to segregated public schools.
I will also describe how Anne motivates employees in Xerox refers to; motivation through goal-setting and rewards, and emphasized the importance of applying the motivation and work engagement in running the organizations effectively and successfully. Last chapter constitutes the overall Mulcahy’s traits of leadership. 1. The making of Anne Mulcahy 1.1 Joining Xerox While long recognized as high potential within Xerox, Mulcahy had followed a circuitous path to the ranks of senior management. Growing up with four brothers in suburban Long Island, Mulcahy attended to catholic schools and graduated in 1974 form Marymount College with a joint major in English and Jurnalism.
In this essay, I will write about Kat Von D, by discussing her work, and most importantly, try to explain why body modifications – more specifically, Tattoos - should be considered Art, and why so many people chose to have it. Katherine Von Drachenberg, also known as Kat Von D, is a world-renowned tattoo artist, specialized in black and white portraits. She owns a tattoo shop; has her own television show; created and launched her make-up line for “Sephora”; published two books; and in 2010 she opened the “Wonderland Gallery”. Kat has always been interested in art from a very young age. It started through her paternal grandmother, who shaped her artistic edges by teaching to play the piano and exposing her to some of the greatest composers in the world.
Paul Rand Though he would become one of the premier graphic designers Paul Rand was born Peretz Rosenbaum on August 15, 1914 in a strict Orthodox Jewish home in Brooklyn, New York. He started painting and designing as extracurricular activity in public high school, went on to earn an art certificate at Pratt Institute, and attended classes at Parsons School of Design and Art Students’ League, but was largely self-taught in design. From reading European art and design books and magazines, he brought European modernism to his own work and eventually introduced its influence to the graphic design industry as a whole in the United States. He established the so-called Swiss Style in the United States. Paul Rand began his professional career as an illustrator of stock advertising images for Metro Associated Services in 1934, but expanded his design portfolio through freelance work and an apprenticeship for package and industrial designer George Switzer’s studio.
While in the navy, he conducted research at the Aviation Technology Center into thermal guided weapons and night-vision gunsights. There he met Masura Ibuka, an electronics engineer that was 13 years his senior. They became good friends and would eventually co-found Sony Corporation. Morita married Yoshiko Kamei on May 13, 1950; they had three children: Hideo, Masao, and Naoko. In 1987, Morita wrote Made In Japan, a historical biography that was considered to be one of the greatest resources for students considering a career in business.
Rice was determined to be twice as good as non- minorities. She was a talented student and a prodigy on the piano as a child. With her talent and intelligence she entered college at the age of 15. Rice was enrolled at the University of Denver. Her father taught a class at the University called “The BLACK experience in America.” Condoleezza childhood plans changed when she talked to the father of former Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright.