My name is Jacqueline Linke and I have been working in the art department for two years. I have a Bachelor's of Science degree in Film & Video production and mainly work in the art world. My experience is with set construction, set design, set decorating, set dressing, model building and operating cube trucks. I have grown accustom to gathering props and set dressing on a lo/no budget figuring out creative ways to make a location look realistic according to the story.
While I was attending university I was working as a production design work study which involved me knowing the ins and outs of the computer aided design (CAD) program, Vectorworks along with helping the students complete projects in the program and answering their questions. In school for my first big production class, 16mm, I was chosen as production designer by the art department heads. I designed the set, help build and guide a set construction team along with gathering props and furnishings for our period piece production, Light of Man. My next big production class, 35mm, I was elected art director by my fellow classmates. I helped build the set, gather props and furnishings along with maintaining the construction crew.
After graduation, I worked on a feature and a national Walmart commercial in the Central Florida area. Soon after graduation I relocated to Los Angeles, CA and since then I've worked on features, commercials, music videos, and TV shows. After relocating I have worked for Networks such as HGTV, FX, Food Network and The Discovery Channel.