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Raquel Howell - Freelance Spanish Translation & Proofreading
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I specialize in translating documents to and from English and Spanish. I have over 19 years of experience in the translation field. I am a native Spanish speaker with an intuitive grasp of the subtleties and complexities of the Spanish language, which helps me provide the most accurate and relevant translation to suit your needs. I am also an expert translating documents for companies who have a spanish speaking workforce. I focus on one language pair to provide better translations at a more competitive price. My translations include editing and proofreading by a second translator to ensure accuracy and understanding by the target audience.
Seguin, Texas, United States
Shimra Starr - Freelance Billboard Design, Logo Design, Photo Editing, Business Card Design, & Graphic Design
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I am a highly skilled illustrator and designer. Adept at both digital and traditional media, I am your one stop shop for all of your art needs. With me, you get two professionals in one, an adept designer and a creative artist. I work quickly and for reasonable prices. RESUME: Email: shimragreenes@gmail.com OBJECTIVE: Freelance illustration and design work, digital or traditional. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2014 - Started work as graphic designer for Kern Services, a printing and graphic arts company located in Woodland Park, New Jersey Started illustration work on Pink, a children's book written by Dr. Paul Rhodes, 2013 - present Currently working with Shawn Lichaa on a book featuring my comic strips, which will be about the Karaite movement and how it differs from Rabbincal Judaism. 2012 - Present Am currently working with the Ken Canion Group/Affirmation Apparel on a number of upcoming projects. Designed brochure, logo and corporate identity for The Midnight Sun, a convention center in North Carolina Designed T shirts, totes, and pens for Winston State University Interdisciplinary Studies Designed company mascot for FP Mailing solutions Designed logo for Varna Band, formerly known as Living Eulogy. Illustrated Yogurt Girl, a children's book by Benjamin Strub Redesigned logo for Pro Football's Ultimate Fan Association (PFUFA) Am currently working with Custom Flag Suppliers 2011: Created logo for T-shirt company, JusTees for All Currently eight of my paintings are hanging in the Village Lines Gallery, in Lincoln, Kansas. I am also working on two new fine arts pieces which will soon hang in the Mhuka Gallery in West Des Moines, Iowa. 2010: Designed postcard for Rosh Hashana services at Aish HaTorah, a Jewish outreach organization. I also designed their letterhead for their monthly program for teen girls, It's a Girl Thing. 2009-2010: Designed and did the layout for Yeshiva Beth Yehudah school calendar. This was a 6 page fold-up, brochure-style calendar, printed on both sides. Due to budget constraints, I was limited to two Pantone colors, which I carefully selected. I also picked the photos which I retouched, all fonts, and used Microsoft Excel to lay out the calendar grid. I created a logo for the Yeshiva’s Lunch and Learn program as well. 2008: Created billboard and trademarked cartoon character for Meadowbrook Urgent Care. The character was used on the billboard and for corporate identity purposes. The billboard was located in a main thoroughfare in Royal Oak, Michigan. I also did the retouching for their brochure. 2007-2008: Illustrated 17 page book, My Twin Brother, written by Deanna Kleiman. I painted 16 oil paintings, including the cover. I designed the layout for the book and picked the font used. I took all of my own reference photos. 2007: Designed logo for a project of the Recreation Empowerment Committee. The REC is dedicated to providing safe and fun recreation for the mentally and physically handicapped. For fundraising purposes, the president of the company designed a purse made out of recycled automotive materials and called it the Forever Bag. I created a logo to be used on tags and on promotional materials. 2004-2006: Designed and provided original artwork for CD jacket of two blues albums, by Detroit artist, Paul Miles. The first album was Bluesality, and I painted an oil portrait of Paul Miles for the cover. The second album was Reach Out and I painted the cover in gouache. Reach Out was a fundraising effort on the behalf of the victims of Hurricane Katrina. 2003: Published illustration for Footlocker advertisement, called The Art of The Game. This advertisement appeared in two basketball magazines, Slam Magazine and InsideStuff. Designed logo for Recreation Empowerment Committee. 2002-2003: Worked as an intern at Vis Vitae, a retouching and photo studio in New York City. Vis Vitae counts Elle Magazine and Armani Exchange among its clients. Duties included answering phones, greeting clients, light bookkeeping, setting up for the photo shoots and messengering. EDUCATION: Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration from the Fashion Institute of Technology, *** laude SKILLS: Proficient in all Adobe Creative Suite programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign as well as Microsoft Word, Powerpoint and Excel. Am highly skilled as a traditional and digital illustrator, as well as a graphic designer.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Judy Palaferro - Freelance Illustration & Business Card Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$35
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I am a children's book creator Color Bears (Umbrage Books May 2010) and another release this fall 2011. My abilitites include some realism, doodle art, bold graphic design, great color sense, unique automatic drawing style - expressionistic, characters, cute stuff. I am an excellent package designer and textile repeat artist. Great with color, concept and can do some copywriting. I create stuff that is bold and know what looks good, I like to have fun. I enjoy working with others, promoting people and achieving for a common goal. I can do all types of design logo, book cover, dvd, etc. Not a super realist nor fantasy style, more contemporary, graphic.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Patience Brooks - Freelance Book Cover Design & Business Card Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$25
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I have always been writing since I could pick up a pen. When I got older, I learned the technical aspects of editing, which is why I decided to study Professional Writing in college. I have a passion for writing, editing and music, and I know I am going to be writing and editing until I die. It is a passion I am proud of! I am also a published fiction author and poet. Nice to meet you.
Phenix City, Alabama, United States
Abby Butcher - Freelance Illustration & Art
16
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5.0
2 Skills
$10
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Exhibitions 2012 Journeys and Migrations, Hand Made in Bradford, Bradford 2012 This is how you stand correctly, Vyner Street Gallery, London 2012 This is how you stand correctly, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2011 Interim, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2010 4 STOREYS, Giacobetti Paul Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2010 End Note, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2009 A Thousand Sides to Everything, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2009 DFS: Deconstructed Furniture Sculptures, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2009 Spit Gathered, West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Mirfield 2009 Body, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2009 Hidden Places, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield 2008 End of Year Exhibition, Craven College, Skipton Prizes & Awards 2012 Shortlisted for the Hermione Hammond Drawing Bursary Qualifications and Work Experience 2008 - 2012 Undergraduate in BA[Hons] Contemporary Art SW, University of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire 2007 - 2008 BTEC Foundation Diploma in Art & Design and BTEC Certificate in Visual Arts, Craven College, Skipton, North Yorkshire 2012 - Present Freelance artist and illustrator 2011 Illustrator, The Subterranean Literary Journal 2010 - 2011 Gallery Intern, The Elm Gallery, Addingham Moorside, West Yorkshire 2010 Gallery Intern & Exhibiting Artist, Giacobetti Paul Gallery & MadArts Studios, Brooklyn, NY
Skipton, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Darren Love - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & T-Shirt Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am an artist/Illustrator living in Australia, I have been painting since I can remember and cant see myself stopping, from oil paintings to cartoons to T-shirt designs I like to get involved in all aspects of art.
Australia
Alex Scherkenbach - Freelance Comic Writing & Script Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
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The pictures I've added, I didn't draw! Alex, born and raised in San Diego, joined the Army at 19 and have been doing it for 18 years. I've written a script for comic series, been edited and I'm just awaiting an artist. I've commissioned four separate artists. I've let one go because his style just didn't fit. Three because of unprofessionalism. I do pay, and the series will be pitched to several of the minor comic book companies. I need a dedicated artist that will see the limited series to the end. Each issue is 22 pages, plus cover. I only require pencils and inks, I have a colorist and letterer. min: $75 a page for pencils and inks. Willing to go up, depending on talent, and previous professional work. I will pay up to $1000.00 a month (sorry I'm on a budget too). One series is 6 issues, 22 pages, plus 7 covers, with the final issue being 32 pages. The pages of art I've added are from previous artist, that couldn't meet the deadline. I'm serious about making this happen.
Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Pete Wagner - Freelance Caricature Art & Cartooning
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5.0
2 Skills
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My favorite thing is to draw caricatures live at events with black Crayola marker, fast and raw, funny and fun. For this site, most visitors are not looking for entertainers or performance artists, but if you want to look into my website for that sort of thing, please visit www.wag.net. Even for freelance print and wall-hanging work, I like to draw in a loose, relaxed style most of the time, without the pretention of elaborate airbrushing or excessive detail. "Less is more," said Mies van der Rohe. A cartoon, by definition, is oversimplified, symbolic, iconic--not detailed or realistic. That goes for caricature, too, which is a form of cartooning. ("A cartoon of a real person.") I generally prefer to use a line that has a human touch rather than super-slick, uptight, overly polished lines that look like they were drawn by a machine or a draftsman using T-squares and compasses. With caricature, likeness is everything. Caricaturing is about capturing the essence, and overdone drawing and painting styles just get in the way. Many art directors look for eye candy only, and fail to realize how much more impact a true caricature has than a jazzed up, heavily shaded illustration which borrows from the art form. It is harder, not easier, to keep it simple and make it work. Just because a few of us make it LOOK easy, doesn't mean it is. If you are using a non-caricaturist (serious illustrator) to draw what they call caricatures, chances are you are missing the opportunity to really wow your readers/viewers. Equally important to simplicity and likeness is that a true caricature should be FUNNY, not merely mildly amusing or even moderately humorous. It should get a rise out of the viewer, specifically a laugh. I was the only caricaturist in Bob Staake's caricature book whose work was described as "on the brink of hilarity." Proof of my success at drawing effective caricatures and cartoons: Over 35 years experience as staff editorial cartoonist for several large alternative weekly and daily newspapers, college newspapers and live television news shows. Earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Multimedia Design in 2004 at the University of Minnesota. Taught for-credit cartooning, drawing, design theory, computer graphics and other courses at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, University of Minnesota and other colleges and universities. Won numerous awards for cartooning including six consecutive Society of Professional Journalists juried out of state. (Please note: I never enter contests in which the judges might personally know the contestants. I find them to be purely political, an indicator of schmoozing ability more than artistic merit. The caricaturists society has a "Golden Nosey" award which my partner and I refer to as the "Brown Nosey" award. Every contest I have entered was judged by out-of-state juries who did not have any likelihood of knowing the contestants, and recused themselves if they happened to. To me, this is the only kind of award that matters.) Published in Time magazine, Washington Post and syndicated for 10 years to more than 300 papers. My work has been shown in galleries and museums including the Whitney Museum of Modern Art in New York. Was represented by Speedboat Gallery in Saint Paul, same gallery that showed Frank Gaard. Animations have been shown at major film festivals including international festivals in Europe. Websites: www.kartoons.com, www.wag.net, www.caricatures.net.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Augustin Philipe - Freelance Animation & Journalistic Photography
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2 Skills
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NamesTunisia, al-Jumhuriyyah at-Tunisiyyah, is a sovereign republic. Yet the country's proper name has changed radically more than once over the course of millenia. Hence, such a term as "ancient Tunisia" is frankly anachronistic. Nonetheless, "Tunisia" will be used throughout this history for the sake of continuity. Undoubtedly, the most ancient Berbers had various names for their land and settlements here, one early Punic-era Berber name being Massyli.[1][2] After the Phoenicians arrived, their city of Carthage evolved to assume a dominant position over much of the western Mediterranean; this city-state gave its name to the region.[3] Following the Punic Wars, the Romans established here their Province of Africa, taking the then not-widely-known name of Africa from a Berber word for 'the people'.[4][5] The Roman capital was the rebuilt city of Carthage. After the Arab and Muslim conquest, this name continued in use, as the region was called in Arabic Ifriqiya. Its capital was relocated to the newly-built city of Kairouan. The Fatimids later moved the capital of Ifriqiya to Mahdia, a city they founded, but then the Zirids returned it to Kairouan.[6] In the twelfth century the Berber Almohads [al-Muwwahids] conquered the country and began to rule it from Tunis, an ancient but until-then unimportant city, which thus rose to become the capital.[7][8] The whole country then came to be called Tunis after this city (near the ruins of ancient Carthage). Tunis continued as the capital under Turkish rule, and remains so today. Only in the last years of the nineteenth century, under the French protectorate, did the current name Tunisie [in French] or Tunisiyya [in Arabic], (Tunisia in English), come into common use.[9] During these millennia of history under different states, the names for the country changed. They include: Massyli, Carthage, Africa, Ifriqiya, Tunis, Tunisia. [edit] History OutlineIts long history may be very briefly outlined or summarized.[10] Here a reverse chronological order is employed. |8| The two presidential regimes of independent Tunisia have fostered and steered the country's economic development, and navigated the state in the once bipolar now post–Cold War world. Tunisia has retained close ties both to Arab countries and to the West. |7| Earlier the French had incorporated Tunisia into their sphere (1881–1956), preceded by many Italian settlers, merchants and farmers. Modernizing of methods in business and industry was achieved. |6| Before that, Tunisia was under the Ottoman Turks who had seized lasting control in 1574 after a brief Spanish occupation. The Ottomans eventually held Tunisia indirectly, through the Muradid and Husaynid Beys. The Ottoman Empire used the Turkish language; with it arrived a multi-ethnic influx. |5| Prior to the Turkish era, the long medieval period had seen a cultural renaissance under the rule of native Berbers, already Arabized. First the Zirids (973-1160) had ruled as vassals of the Fatimids who had relocated along the Nile; later the Zirids established an independent Ifriqiya, by breaking with the Fatimids. Next the Almohad movement succeeded in uniting the entire Maghrib, including Ifriqiya. Then the local Hafsid dynasty (1227-1574) of Tunis followed, ruling for many centuries during times both prosperous and lean, contested and peaceful. Their lands stretched form Constantine to Tarabulus. |4| The Islamic era had opened with the arrival of the Arabs (late seventh century). The Arabs brought their language and the religion of Islam, and its new calendar.[11] The Arabs also renewed the region's cultural ties with the Semitic east. Later the Fatimids, a Shi'a state, arose in Ifriqiya, circa 909; the Fatimds eventually conquered and ruled Egypt. |3| During the last pre-Islamic centuries the Byzantines ruled, along with Berbrer vassals, and before them the Vandals (439-533). Over two thousand years ago the Romans had arrived, initially allied with Berber kingdoms; their cosmopolitan Empire long governed this Africa region as part of an integrated Mediterranean world. |2| Before the Romans, came the Phoenicians, by sea from the eastern Mediterranean about three thousand years ago. The Phoenicians founded here the celebrated city of Carthage. Punic culture interacted continuously with the native Berbers, but the two did not then merge. |1| Earlier came migrations from surrounding territories including the north, the east, and the Sahel region of Africa. Perhaps eight millennia ago, already there were peoples established here, among whom the proto-Berbers (coming overland generally from the east) mingled and mixed, and from whom the Berbers would spring, during an era of their ethno-genesis.[12][13] [edit] Climate change
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Melissa Menatti - Freelance Creative Writing & Photography
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Melissa Menatti (801) 687-1628 MelissaMenatti@yahoo.com Creative Writer, Artistic Director Proficient in a creative writing style to engage the audience, convey a specific message not only through words but emotion and persuasion. Ability to design a marketing image to build the company brand, clearly communicate their vision and build a positive corporate reputation. Possess strong presentation skills to engage the audience in verbal participation building on the dynamic in the room to create greater interest. Interpersonal acumen to screen potential candidates, instill a mutual vision in the mission of the company that carries over into ongoing training to forge effective teams. Successful at creating the vision, direction and strategies to establish new departments, evaluate current company performance and improve products. Core Qualifications . Artistic Vision . Solution-Oriented . Open-Minded and Creative . Clear and Effective Communication . Confident Presentation Skills . Visual Design and Communication . Strategic Planning . Continuous Quality Improvement . Recruitment and Retention . Team Development and Motivation Personal Strengths Ability to undertake new and unique challenges. Interpersonal communication and motivation to engage as a whole towards a common goal. Superior planning, organizing and project management skills. Education Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, Art History Brigham Young University, 2004 Skills Technical: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, Quickbooks Interpersonal: Behavioral Interviewing, Negotiating, Conflict Resolution, Creating Vision and Motivation Personal: Writer, Photographer, Voice Artist Melissa Menatti (801) 687-1628 MelissaMenatti@yahoo.com Professional Experience Writer, Photographer, Voice Artist Melissa Menatti, LLC, 2010-present I am the founder of my own business as an author, photographer and voice artist. . Writer: I have published a book of poetry, gWelcome to my Soul: A Metaphorical Journey,h available online (www.MelissaMenatti.com) and at local retail stores. Freelance writer for local travel and food. . Photographer: Architectural and portrait photographer. Prints for sale online and at local retailers. . Voice Artist: Recording artist for professional marketing promos, online-tutorials, phone systems, and vocal performance. Local Coordinator Education First Foundation, 2010-present Recruit local families with international exchange students seeking an international cultural and educational experience. Develop relationships and coordinate with local school district and high school representatives to ensure placement for international students. Recruit, screen and train families with suitable home environments and match them with a compatible exchange student. Director of Internal Operations Health Behavior Innovations, 2006-2010 Strategically developed the areas of IT, HR, Graphics & Marketing and Project Management for enhanced company performance and team development. . Information Technology o Architected and provided reliable IT systems for the company employees and operations. o Implemented a company-wide voice-over IP system. o Contracted hosted-IT-management systems. Co-managed network development, internal server management, hardware, software, as well as web, email and server hosting. o Ensured quality IT support and troubleshooting for all company employees. o Coordinated website development (content and design) for 3 separate websites. . Human Resources o Processed payroll. o Negotiated benefits to ensure best quality and savings for employees. o Developed company policies and wrote Employee and Manager Handbooks. (801) 687-1628 MelissaMenatti@yahoo.com www.MelissaMenatti.com Melissa Menatti (801) 687-1628 MelissaMenatti@yahoo.com o Designed a cohesive recruitment system for smooth and consistent hiring, ongoing employment practices, training and termination. o Developed Continuous Quality Improvement program to evaluate current company performance and ongoing improvement systems; trained managers and developed feedback reports and analysis. o Planned and catered all company events, trainings and meetings. o Developed Internship program in coordination with the local colleges and universities; o Screened candidates for skill set as well as internal motivation and drive commiserate with the position, team and company vision. Grew the company from 15 to 85 employees with 90% retention. o Projected hiring and training costs to anticipate financial needs and growth expectancy. . Graphics and Marketing o Unified and developed the companyfs visual image. o Learned Adobe Creative Suite and developed all marketing materials.  Brochures, posters, postcards, advertisements, logos, letter head, web templates, success marketing campaign, handbooks, and forms. . Project Management o Entrusted to develop and manage special projects for the CEO. o Negotiations for vendor contracts. o Voice artist for phone systems and training modules. Executive Manager Midwives College of Utah, 2002-2004 As the only full-time employee of the college, I worked with the Board of Directors to develop all aspects of the college including recruitment, program development, billing and finances, website and software development, and designing and publishing catalogs, brochures and other marketing materials. Executive Assistant Sierra West Jewelers, 2001-2002 Western Standard, 2001 Aspen Grove, 2000 Working as an executive assistant in these companies I carried many responsibilities in addition to the support of the executive team. These responsibilities included client and vendor relations, billing and finances, product inventory (including diamond audits), template design, developing efficient office procedures, and conflict resolution.
Orem, Utah, United States

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