About Rebecca Mason:
I am a Designer who is positive, eager, self motivated and absolutely in-love with both branding and design. I believe that design is a marvelously unique, cross disciplinary field, and have worked in many of these fields, ranging from Commercial Interior Design to Event Marketing Design to Graphic Design. My personal strengths lie in conceptual development, project management and presentation techniques, approaching each project as a unique enigma to realize the best solution for the task at hand.

Design Director at DesignAgency
June 2006 – Present
- Full interior design schemes from concept, through construction
- Styling and art curation services
- Brand design and activation of brand identity through interior design concepts
- Client management and team lead

Multidisciplinary Freelance Designer
July 2002 – Present
Interiors, Graphics, Events

- Ongoing creative consultant and designer for national event marketing corporation - event, graphic and product/display designs for brands such as, VISA, Absolut Vodka, Guinness, Tequila Don Julio, and Red Stripe.
- Ongoing interior design services and projects, including private residential and retail customers
- Corporate brand design for various businesses
- Participate in various International and European design competitions - (4th place honorable mention in Anonymous.d’s latest competition)

Professor at IED Barcelona
January 2012 – July 2014
- Professor of Interior Design - studio projects
- Installation Workshop leader: 5 day creative workshop engaging students to design, build and operate a week long interactive and temporary installation in the school

IED Barcelona - Instituto Europeo di Design Barcelona
Masters, Interior Design for Commercial Spaces
2011 – 2011
Academic Scholarship Winner

Ryerson University
Bachelor of Interior Design, Interior Design
2004 – 2008
Graduating Class Community & Culture Award,
Ryerson School of Interior Design C.I.D.A. Accreditation Award

The University of Western Ontario
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Communication and Media Studies
2001 – 2004
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