About Justin Ribeiro

A California native, Justin moved to Seattle after high school where he received his Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Seattle University. While spending six years in Seattle, Justin explored business opportunities with Microsoft, Boeing and smaller startups and continued his love for theatre and film by landing roles in local projects.

Currently, he will begin his his graduate education at the University of San Francisco in fall 2004, cumulating in 2006 with a Master degree in Business Administration. He has received the highly coveted Dean's Research Fellowship from the University to explore research opportunities with faculty members on current business topics.

Resume

I offer two different resume's: one which I consider my professional, or business resume and an acting resume I take to auditions.

Business Resume: Microsoft Word | HTML | Plain Text
Acting Resume: Microsoft Word | HTML | Plain Text

Portfolio

For a listing of my business related case study analysis, business plans, and other topics, please visit my portfolio.

Mission Statement

My mission is to take something that is nothing, and build an empire.

For a full explanation as to how this statement came to be, please visit the explanation.

About J5

Some are probably wondering...J5 Studios? What's with the name? Let's just say that I was a victim of the dot com shakeup. My other site, VenomousSnakes.com lost funding after one of the snakes bit an investor. Kidding, really. No, actually this was the shorter name of J5 Productions, an all purpose media company that guys whose name starts with the letter J started (hint hint....there were five of us....hence J5).

I, Justin Ribeiro, am actually now running the domain, since that's just my part. The other four J's are still in the mix, and we are currently working on a new venture.

About This Design

Credit for the icons on these pages goes to the Gnome 1.4x graphic artists at http://www.gnome.org/ from which I borrowed these images. (I'm still running Gnome 1.4 on some boxes.)

Credit for a lot of the design elements really goes to much more talented people at zeldman.com, simplebits.com, and stopdesign.com. Many of the elements you see on these pages are poorly replicated from existing features on those sites because I found them functional.