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VCD International Career Development Award

Thursday, 11 December 2014 08:14

 

 

VCD International Career Development Award

Elise Travers with her logo hand picked by legendary Chef, Thierry Marx.

 

Budding graphic designer Elise Travers has received a significant endorsement from French chef and molecular gastronomist Thierry Marx, with her logo design hand-picked by the legendary chef as part of Shared Tables. Elise designed the logo as part of her VCE Visual Communication class, and she was one of two in her class whose image was sent directly to the world renowned chef in Paris for his final say. The logo is now used in print and online as part of the Thierry Marx Career Development Award for Apprentice Chef’s. The Thierry Marx Career Development Award provides the opportunity for two Victorian apprentice chefs, to travel to Paris, France and work under the guidance of Thierry Mar, dual Michelin starred chef at his restaurant, Sur Mesure, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Paris.For Elise, the recognition from such a highly touted source is unbelievable."He liked the simplicity and uniqueness of the logo," Elise said.Much like a professional graphic designer, Elise and her class worked from a rigorous design brief under a strict timeline. "The process took about three weeks from inception to the final piece."The design brief was very specific; it needed to be simple, circular and fit in with the rest of his logos.Understandably, Elise also scored quite high for her work in the class outcome too.With an endorsement from the world’s highest paid chef, Elise’s has taken a huge first step toward her dream of becoming a graphic designer. Winners are grinners.

 

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Photo courtesy of the Portland Observer.

 

 

 

Gallipoli Tour 2015

Friday, 28 November 2014 10:29

 

Gallipoli Tour 2015. PSC Student

Two students from Portland will have a rare chance to be part of one of nation-defining ANZAC Day service in Gallipoli next year.In an announcement made by Premier Dr Denis Napthine on Wednesday, Portland Secondary College’s Bradley Jasper, 17, and Hamilton and Alexandra College’s Taylor Kelsey-Shueard, 13, will be part of the 80 students and 14 teachers-chaperones selected from across the state to represent Victoria at the 2015 Anzac Day Dawn Service at Gallipoli.  A proud Bradley said that a family connection to World War I gave him the inspiration to apply for a position on the tour.  "It’s a great privilege to be selected to go to Gallipoli.  "Two of my great-great-grand fathers were part of World War I, so it is an honour to see where they fought."

 

 

 

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