Art Editor for Print/Magazine Resume Template

The Art Editor is the final arbiter in the choice of artistic design to be used in any section of a regular publication such as journals, trade and specialty magazines. The position calls for editorial judgment calls based on the publication’s objective and marketing presence.  The objective is always to present the message in the least clutter and with maximum visual effect.  The resume may have to include a portfolio of your works as these say more than mere words.

Art Editor Resume Template

Jennifer K.  Emerson

Pearl St., Buffalo, NY

Phone: 718-132-8033


To have a lead or supervisory position as an Art Editor in a large circulation magazine specializing in home and gardening hobbies

Summary of Qualification

  • Almost 7 years as an art editor in a major new specialty magazine publication, rising through the ranks starting as a layout artists, copy proof reader and as an art editor during the last 2 years.
  • Sample of works available on request.
  • Skilled in the use of the latest versions of Adobe Photoshop and PageMaker
  • Excellent communication skills in English and Spanish.

Career Experience/Job History

2003 – Present:  Associate Art Editor, Home and Gardens

  • Plan and implement approved lay-outing policies and techniques
  • Prioritize on the image options for each section as submitted by the section editors.
  • Maintain the creative artistry for which the publication is known for
  • Coordinate with section editors for new art layout guidelines and polices.


2003 – Present:  Various in-house trainings and 3rd party seminars and workshops on Adobe image editing,  publication lay-outing, desktop publishing and trends in publication.

1999 – 2003:  Bachelor of Arts in Commercial and Industrial Arts, Milwaukee Institute of Art Design

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.

Category: Media Resume Templates

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