Spiros Voudouris
Industrial Design Technology Student

Art Institute of Seattle, Washington


To acquire part-time employment utilizing my skills in Industrial Design, while pursuing my BS at the Art Institute of Seattle.

BS Industrial Design Technology, Art Institute of Seattle
Expected graduation: May 2009
3.5 GPA

AA General Studies, Montgomery County Community College, Rockville, MD (2007)
Welding Safety Certificate
Studied Greek at the University of Athens, Greece (summer 2007)

Self-taught steel welder and metal fabricator with 5 years of success in a variety of steelbased projects from “garage engineered” parts for a racecar to conceptual art and design.

Adobe Creative Suite 3 (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver)
Microsoft Office (Word, Power Point, Excel, Access)
Bilingual (English, Greek)

“Art Bikes” - standard pedal bicycles modified for an increased aesthetic value as well as

Solid steel engine and transmission mounts for a 4 cylinder automobile engine, to be driven daily.

Extensive modification of car parts, for full use in extremely harsh off-road conditions. Modifications are all self designed with strength and lightness as key factors. In some cases, nearly 1,000lbs was removed from the original car while increasing the frame strength and safety with a full roll cage.

Modifications to stock and after-market parts, all redesigned to work together with a racecar to provide a maximum amount of efficiency.

Available upon request.