Bradley Terry


Teacher, writer, graphic designer, and photographer. Experienced in working across departments and managing large groups while juggling multiple projects with strict deadlines. Skilled in curriculum development, instructional design, graphic design, photography, basic web design and video production, and copy editing.


  • Writing (Research, Copy, Editing)

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint)

  • G Suite (Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides, Sites)

  • Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat Pro)

  • Presenting (Public Speaking, NearPod, Speech Visuals, Recording, Editing)

Experience and Education

Places of Work

  • duPont Manual High School · Teacher · 2022 - Present

  • Louisville Central High School · Teacher & Webmaster · 2019 - 2022

  • Presentation Academy · Associate Director of Visual Media & Teacher · 2008-2019

  • St. Francis DeSales High School · Teacher · 2005-2008


  • Master of Arts in Teaching · Secondary Education · Bellarmine University

  • Master of Arts · English · University of Louisville

  • Bachelor of Arts · English · University of Louisville

Designer / Editor

  • Served as teacher and faculty advisor for the school yearbook; assigned roles to students, edited copy, designed layouts, met strict publishing deadlines, photographed important events, and successfully published 11 annual volumes

  • Designed, organized, and edited official school newsletters and magazines by coordinating across departments to gather information; utilized various programs (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat Pro) to create ready-to-publish works

  • Created in-house graphics (maps, diagrams, brand standards manual, organizational charts) for use within organization

  • Worked with PR, Marketing, and Advancement departments to create themed, event-specific graphics and print materials

  • Created official organization logos and implemented brand standards

  • Created print and other visual advertisements for publication in magazines, websites, newspapers, and billboards


  • Created and delivered engaging lessons to more than 150 students in classroom and e-learning settings

  • Proofread and edited papers written in various formats

  • Coordinated with the University of Louisville to offer college-credit classes to current high school students

  • Transitioned to online learning during Covid-19 pandemic by crafting lessons in online formats, creating visuals and media for effective independent learning, and recording lessons and audio/visual media for student consumption

  • Established relationships with students and parents

  • Organized, edited, and published own textbook of public domain works using various editing software (MS Word, Adobe InDesign)

  • Served as head Quick Recall / Governor’s Cup coach; organized and provided print materials for district-level Governor’s Cup competitions

Webmaster / Social Media

  • Created and maintained websites by working across departments to gather information, organizing layouts and structure, soliciting input and information from all stakeholders, and creating copy and graphics utilizing various programs (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator)

  • Utilized Google Analytics and social media impression data to determine the needs and behaviors of target audiences

  • Maintained social media presence on popular platforms (Facebook, Youtube, Twitter), posting original and timely content and moderating / replying to public commentary

  • Performed research and analysis on competitor websites and social media to establish trends and techniques