Lose your dream, you lose your mind.
Rolling Stones

Jung Y. Paek

Carnegie Mellon University
Master of Design in Communication Planning and Information Design, joint degree with English 08.2012-05.2014
Thesis: Typography in Cross Cultural Environments

Carnegie Mellon University
BFA in Communication Design
Minor in History of Arts 08.2005-05.2009
Graduated with University Honors and College Honors

    Jung Y. Paek is a New York based Korean communication designer. Growing up, she was raised in various cities and countries: Chicago, Seoul, New York, New Jersey, Mexico City and Moscow, just to name a few. This diverse upbringing enhanced her appreciation for different cultures and curiosity for various arts.

    Jung received her Master of Design degree and Bachelor of Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University, where she also taught undergraduate students for 2 years. She has worked with organizations like Samsung, Pfizer, W.P.Carey, PwC, The Face Shop, Allergan, Takeda and Vornado.

    She enjoys working on projects that involve typography, colors, and composition. She is trained as a communication designer with extended expertise in motion graphics, web design, illustration and digital photography. Jung's work is recognized by AIGA Pittsburgh and other competitions.

    Feel free to contact at: jung.paek@gmail.com

Work Experience
Work Experience

CDM NY / Art Supervisor
07.2016-Current

CDM NY / Senior Art Director
03.2015-06.2016

Odgis+Co / Designer
11.2014-02.2015

Carnegie Mellon University / Instructor
08.2012-05.2014

Cheil Communications / Designer
04.2010-06.2012

Classical Theatre / Freelance Designer
05.2009-10.2009

UPITT / Freelance Designer
08.2008-04.2009

Cheil HQ / Intern
05.2007-08.2007

Awards
Awards

AIGA Pittsburgh / 2014 PGH 365
"Rhythm a.k.a Kreise" selected for Motion Graphics Category

MOTYF / International Moving Typography Festival in Warsaw, Poland
05.2013 / Selected for "Georgia O'Keeffe"

Summer Sippers / The Dieline
11.2011 / Selected for student spotlight

PRINT Magazine / 08.2009 Issue
Fitwits / Credit: Kristin Hughes

Carnegie Mellon Homepage Story / 06.2009
Published on the Carnegie Mellon Homepage for Creativity and the Arts

Carnegie Mellon University Honors / 05.2009

Carnegie Mellon School of Design College Honors / 05.2009

Animal Award / 05.2009
Excellence in Motion Graphics

AIGA Pittsburgh / 2009 Context Show
"Historical Journey" selected for Information Design Category

AIGA Pittsburgh / 2008 Context Show
"Old Economy" selected for Logo/Branding Category

Skills

InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator
After Effects
Design Research & Thinking
Digital Photography
Color Correction / Retouch
Calligraphy
Letterpress
Screen printing
Illustration
Basic HTML, CSS & Coda
Bilingual: Korean & English