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Kayla - Freelance Business Card Design & Graphic Design
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3.5
2 Skills
$18
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Delia Chandler - Freelance Blog Writing & Copywriting
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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I have extensive experience in arts administration, fine art and film exhibition/production, and freelance journalism/film-making. Within these industries, I have worked for large, well established organizations, small, privately owned businesses and performance venues, and freelance through my own multi-media production company. My most recent writing samples (available upon request) cover the history, trends, and ever-changing technology of art, culture, design and fashion. The blogging, copy writing, web content editing and publishing skills I have learned in these fast paced industries, which are considered leaders in usage of the new media marketing and PR techniques, will translate well to the needs of a number of industries. For the past year, I have been working as Web Editor/Fashion Blogger and PR Manager for Brighton Fashion Week. Because BFW is a not-for-profit, grass roots venture, I have been lucky enough to have loads of hands on experience in developing a brand ethos and identity. Being involved in the development of an idea has allowed me ample opportunities to explore the many sides of managing, producing, and promoting a brand and event. Delia Chandler Education • Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio, 1984 - 88. BA in Theatre, minor in Film and Theatre Production. Social Media and administrative programs: Microsoft Office, Excel, MODx, Word Press, various image editing suites (e.g. Picasa, PicMonkey) Web Editing, Social Media Marketing, PR, and Sales: Nov 28, 2011 – Present PR Manager/Web Editor, Brighton Fashion Week 2012, www.brightonfashionweek.com • Entered as a PR intern, then promoted to PR Manager where I composed marketing materials, e.g. press releases, designer and exhibitor applications and event descriptions for distribution to various press outlets, potential sponsors, schools, and designers. • February 2012: Promoted to Web Editor with a staff of 9 featured fashion bloggers. Editor of fashion blog content and managing website content and strategy. January 2012 – Present Contributing Coulmnist, 125 Magazine, www.125magazine.com 15 July 2011 – November 2011 Copywriter and Press Liaison, Brighton POD, www.brightonpod.com • Copywriter and Press Liaison with the online shopping portal that specializes in promoting independent UK artists and designers. August 2008 - May 2010 Ligne Roset Brighton • Full-time Design and Sales Consultant of bespoke luxury French contemporary furniture. • Web content editor of shop website and composed marketing and media analysis of newly opened Brighton shop. • Created and maintained promotional databases of clients and south east England’s interior designers and architects to be used for promotional email alerts and mail outs. • Collaborative work with the following agencies as regional press liaison and PR/events manager: Murry Weir Willats, 4a William St, Knightsbridge, London (Communications and public relations agency for luxury design interiors and lifestyle) - Coordinated furniture loans for the Brighton Dome and Festival’s Brian Eno Launch Event on 24 Feb and the Mother’s Day Event on 7 March 2010. Redwire Creative Media, Hertfordshire, UK - Copywriter and design consultant of print ads for Ligne Roset Brighton in lifestyle magazines Latest Homes, Sussex Life, Cream of Sussex, Living Etc, and South Downs Living. Aug 1995-Sept 1996 Independent Publishers Group/Chicago Review Press, Chicago • Customer service representative for distributor of books published by small and mid- sized publishers. • Photographer for book signing at Barnes and Noble bookstores and Buddy Guy’s Legends blues club in Chicago for the launch of blues icon David “Honey Boy” Edwards’ autobiography "The World Don’t Owe Me Nothing". Nov 1993-Sept 1994 Picture Start Inc, Chicago (no longer trading) • National Accounts Director of film and video distribution to libraries and universities across the US. Film-making and Freelance Journalism: March 2007 BBC Southern Counties Radio, Broadcast House, Queens Rd, Brighton, UK BN1 3XB • Featured speaker on my experiences as an African-American English teacher in rural, south-eastern Poland. 1993-2003 Gullible Girl Productions Owner and Creative Director of independent film Production Company. • "Flight of the Agitator" Chicago, IL Director, producer, writer of short film shown at the Chicago Underground Film Festival. • Counter-Media, Chicago, IL Freelance photo-journalist and documentary film-maker for alternative media coverage of protests during the 1996 Democratic National Convention prior to the November 1996 presidential election.
Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Jaybird - Freelance Screenwriting & Graphic Design
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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First time screenwriter who got an eyebrow of interest from one of the top 5 famous directors in the world after reading my synopsis. But I put it on the shelf 2 years ago before we sat down (daughter killed) but now need to rewrite it.. I have approx. 12 other very good storylines in the attic but need to take the steps in getting this one down the stairs first.
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, United States
Alexis Young - Freelance Proofreading & Virtual Assistance
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$10
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My name is Alexis. I am a skilled writer, editor, and proofreader. Although I am skilled in many other categories. I work well as an individual as well as with other people. I am a fast and accurate worker. I am most known for proofreading, editing, and being a virtual assistant/ appointment setter. I love keeping my clients happy. I work from home which gives me so much time to get a good job done right. I speak other languages, but I am a native English speaker.
Kissimmee, Florida, United States
Joseph Lombardo - Freelance Graphic Design & Cartooning
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$30
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I have a BA in Film & Video Production, I am a Graphic Designer with more than 10 years experience and I draw because I love it. I use a pencil and paper about 90% of the time but since getting my drawing tablet I am exploring the limitless world of digital painting. Having worked in television commercials for the past 5 years, I quit to pursue my art. I keep busy by freelancing with graphic design and video production gigs. I am currently developing characters and stories for 2 different animated series I've created. Thanks for looking and I welcome constructive criticism.
Ventura, California, United States
James Dievler - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$30
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My name is James. I have worked as a college professor for almost twenty years, and more recently, as a freelance writer, editor, and proofreader. I am both a published scholarly writer and creative writer. I have been engaged in creative writing my entire life; my MFA is in screenwriting (I have five completed feature-length screenplays); and after many years in the classroom, I am now devoting myself to my own creative expression as an author and freelance writer. I do come from an academic background. I am expert at grammar, punctuation and other formal writing concerns. Yet, I am not a pedant. I have lived vigorously and traveled widely. I know Main Street, and I know the edge of town beyond the tracks. The range of knowledge that informs my writing and stimulates my creativity comes from professors, books, students, 21st century media, varied cultures, nature, and the street. My writing is infused with both a strong interest and immersion in popular and youth culture and a consciousness of the anxieties, desires, dreams (both unrealized and still pursued) and status values of the aging baby boomer. For the past two years, as a freelancer, I have written feature articles, press releases, academic articles, blogs, web content, poetry and fiction. I have edited and proofread everything from student theses and dissertations, to website content, to resumes, to screenplays, and to articles for business and scientific journals. In summary, I am both an imaginative, creative writer and thinker and an experienced, professional editor and proofreader. CV/RESUME: JAMES ANTHONY DIEVLER QUALIFICATIONS • Superior Writing, Editing and Proofreading skills • Ability to write and edit in a broad range of forms, genres and styles • Communications specialist • Imaginative, Innovative thinker and writer • Highly Adaptable – Able to work within conventional norms and forms while still mostly thinking “out of the box” • Committed, reliable and dedicated • Excellent teaching skills – both in the classroom and one-on-one • Fully Engaged in Social Media • Highly Educated Experienced Professional EDUCATION: Ph.D.: AMERICAN STUDIES New York University - New York, NY; May 1997 Master of Fine Arts: RADIO, TELEVISION AND FILM Temple University - Philadelphia, PA; May 1989 Bachelor of Arts: PHILOSOPHY University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA; May 1981 EXPERIENCE: Freelance Writer, Editor, Proofreader and Tutor December 2010 – Present Writing articles for websites, online magazines, business and medical journals, and continuing my creative writing. Editing and proofreading many articles/papers for websites, online magazines, and business and medical journals. Tutoring students in SAT Verbal, Language Arts, and American History. ACADEMIC CV: Dissertation: "****** Exiles: Edith Wharton, Henry Miller, James Baldwin and the Culture of *** and Sexuality in New York City" - A Study of: three American expatriate writers and their relationship to the culture of *** and sexuality that existed in each of their New York periods and places; that relationship as a point of conflict which thwarted each writer's creativity and fostered the need to emigrate; one text from each writer, produced in exile, as a representation of both the culture and the conflict and as an attempt by each writer to come to terms with his or her native land. Teaching Experience: MIDDLESEX COUNTY COLLEGE – Edison, NJ English 121 – one section, Fall 2010; English 10 – one section, Fall 2010 MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY – West Long Branch, NJ Literature I – two sections, Fall 2010; Literature II – two sections, Spring 2010; two sections, Fall 2009 FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SUNY - New York, NY Identity in America: History and Literature 1965-the Present – two sections, Spring 2009; three sections, Fall 2008; two sections, Spring 2008; four sections, Fall 2007; one section, Summer 2007; two sections, Spring 2007; three sections, Fall 2006; two sections, Summer 2006; two sections, Spring 2006; one section, Winterim 2006; three sections, Fall 2005; one section, Summer 2005; one section, Spring 2005; one section, Winterim 2005; three sections, Fall 2004; one section, Summer 2004; two sections, Spring 2004; one section, Winterim, 2004; four sections, Fall 2003; one section, Summer 2003; two sections, Spring 2003; one section, Winterim 2003. Literature and History: The Development of American Culture – one section, Spring 2009; one section, Fall 2008; one section, Spring 2008; one section, Spring 2007; one section, Spring 2006; one section, Spring 2005; one section, Spring 2004. American Literature: one section, Spring 2004. Short Fiction - one section, Spring 2001. English Composition – one section, Summer 2008; one section, Summer 2004; two sections, Fall 2002; two sections, Spring 2002; four sections, Fall 2001; one section, Summer 2001; three sections, Spring 2001; two sections, Fall 2000. Writing for Business – one section, Spring 2008; one section, Spring 2007; one section, Fall 2006; one section, Spring 2006; one section, Fall 2005; one section, Spring 2005; one section, Fall 2004; one section, Summer 2003; two sections, Spring 2003; two sections, Fall 2002; two sections, Summer 2002; one section, Spring 2002. LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY - Brooklyn, NY American Literature Survey – one section, Spring 2007; one section, Fall 2006; one section, Fall 2005; one section, Fall 2000; one section, Spring 2004. European Literature Survey II – one section, Fall 2004; one section, Spring 2003. English Composition – one section, Spring 2008; one section Fall 2007; one section, Fall 2006; one section, Fall 2005; one section, Spring 2005; one section, Fall 2004; two sections, Fall 2003; two sections, Fall 2001; one section, Fall 2000. The Research Paper - one section, Spring 2003; two sections, Fall 2002; two sections, Spring 2002. BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE CUNY - New York, NY English Composition - one section, Spring 2001. UNION COUNTY COLLEGE - Cranford, NJ American Literature I - one section, Fall 2000. Contemporary Literature - one section, Spring 2000; one section, Spring 1999; one section, Fall 1998; one section, Spring 1998; one section, Fall 1997; one section, Spring 1997. Introduction To Literature - one section, Spring 2000; one section, Fall 1999; one section, Spring 1999; one section, Spring 1998; two sections, Summer 1997; one section, Spring 1997; two sections, Fall 1996. English Composition - one section, Fall 2000; one section, Spring 2000; two sections, Fall 1999; two sections, Fall 1998; two sections, Fall 1997. DELAWARE COUNTY COLLEGE - Media, PA Fundamentals of Journalism I - one section, Spring 1987; one section Fall 1986. TEMPLE UNIVERSITY - Philadelphia, PA Graduate Assistant, Journalism - Instructed students in the use of computer equipment for news writing and editing; oversaw news writing and editing computer labs; September 1985 to June 1986. Faculty Service FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Tenure and Promotions Committee - Spring 2007-Spring 2009 American Studies Committee - Fall 2001 Writing Committee, Writing Assessment Committee - Fall 2000-Fall 2002 Faculty Advisor: The Sheaf - the student literary magazine at Union County College; Spring 2000. Teaching Interests: Twentieth Century American Literature and History; Late Nineteenth Century American Literature and History; Post World War II American Culture; Early American History and Literature; New York City History and Culture; English Composition. Publications: “****** Exiles: James Baldwin and Another Country” - Published in James Baldwin Now, ed. Dwight A. McBride, NYU Press, Fall 1999. “American ****** Exiles: Edith Wharton, Henry Miller and James Baldwin” - Published in Over Here: A European Journal of American Culture, Vol. 18, #1, Summer 1998. “****** Culture”, Review of ****** Cultures: Communities, Values and Intimacies, ed. By Jeffrey Weeks and Janet Holland - Published in Humanity and Society: Journal of the Association for Humanist Sociology, ed. Fall 1998. ” The New Geography of Race” - Published in the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Conference Proceedings Journal, Spring 1998. “The New Geography of Race” - Accepted for publication in the National Association of African American Studies 1998 National Conference Proceedings Journal. “Citizens' Role in Delivery of Park and Recreation Services” - Trends, 1985.Papers: ”James Baldwin’s ****** Exiles” - Presented at the 2001 NEMLA Conference in Hartford, CT; March 2001. ”The New Geography of Race” - Presented at the National Association of African American Studies National Conference, Houston, Texas, February 10-14, 1998. “The New Geography of Race” - Presented at the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, January 13-16, 1998. “****** Exiles: Edith Wharton, Henry Miller, James Baldwin and the Culture of *** and Sexuality in New York City” - Presented at the British Association for American Studies Conference, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK, April 4-7, 1997. ”****** Exiles: Edith Wharton, Henry Miller, and James Baldwin” - Presented at the Southwest Graduate Literature Symposium, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, March 7-9, 1997. "****** Exile: Henry Miller" - Presented at "Heterosexuality (For Beginners)," Cornell University, November 15-17, 1996. "Expatriate Writers and ****** Repression in New York City" - Presented at "New Work on New York," New York University, October 26, 1994. Memberships: Modern Language Association, American Studies Association Languages: French - proficient reader
Keyport, New Jersey, United States
Brittnee Lavender - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Retailing
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Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
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A highly motivated, impressionable, and persistent go-getter with a creative mindset, and a passion committed to joining a high end women’s brand design team. Humble and willing to learn. Self taught Photoshop and computer savvy with a tremendous design aesthetic, research, mood boards and hand illustration. Brief introduction to visual merchandising. Hard-working, positive and eccentric gem https://artunt.digication.com/bLav/Bio
Denton, Texas, United States
Joe Thristino - Freelance Writing & Screenwriting
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4.0
2 Skills
$30
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I am a professional scriptwriter, produced playwright, commissioned screenwriter and comedy writer. I have experience in a number of different genres and scopes of writing. Every kind of emotional tone, for any kind of demographic (from Christian school plays to a parody novella of '50 Shades of Grey'; humorous pop culture web quizzes to romantic fiction; ****** mystery night scripts to literary fiction novels--all paid work, either ghostwritten or fully credited). My stage play 'Helicopters' received its debut production this past May at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, produced by Alpha Tree Productions and Runaway Diva Productions. Its full off-Broadway theatrical run is expected to begin sometime in late fall, early winter of 2014. The producers are in the planning stages. Additionally, another darkly comedic stage play of mine, 'Release Note', was a finalist for Best One Act at the 2010 Tennessee Williams Festival. Currently, my original webseries--the single-camera sitcom 'Mental Issues'--has just finished shooting its first three episodes and is slated to premiere online by later this year (details and trailers will be publicly available soon). Also, earlier this year I optioned my short screenplay 'A New Picture' to Clowns After Midnight Productions in Toronto. You can also find out more about me at the links below. They are my LinkedIn profile and Elance writing profile, complete with quantitative client feedback, portfolio, project history, background and more. PROFILES: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/joe-thristino/37/47b/830/ https://www.elance.com/s/jthristino/
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Christopher O'Donnell - Freelance Blog Writing & Writing
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$35
Rate/Hr
Award-winning journalist with 10-years experiences as a paid writer and a flair for all kinds of writing. I write for a daily newspaper, a blog and a website. I also have extensive editing experience. 2008 – Current Education Reporter Sarasota Herald-Tribune As the Herald-Tribune’s sole education reporter, covered two school districts and several higher education institutions, frequently putting education on the front page with compelling regional stories and in-depth investigative pieces that made schools safer and led to changes in district policy. My stories: - Exposed how problematic substitute teachers were banned by some schools but were still working at others where principals were unaware of their disciplinary history. - Revealed that after creating a legal department with two attorneys and legal assistants, Manatee County School District still spent more than $100,000 per year for five years on outside attorneys. - Uncovered that the technical school director continued running the school during her one-month “retirement,” which enabled her to get retirement benefits before being rehired as a double-dipper. 2005 – 2008 General Assignment Reporter Sarasota Herald-Tribune Led the Herald-Tribune’s coverage of North Manatee during the real-estate boom, telling the stories of newcomers and long-time residents whose once-rural community was changing beyond recognition. Unearthed stories like the local chosen to build the show-jumping obstacles for the Beijing Olympics, and a woman entered in a contest to train a Nevadan wild mustang in 13 weeks. Produced numerous front-page stories from a micro-local beat while consistently scooping the competition on its home turf. 2002 – 2005 Reporter/Editor-in-Chief The Oracle, University of South Florida Elected Editor-in-Chief by staff at The Oracle. My story on struggling artists for a USF multi-media class was published in The Tampa Tribune and on TBO.com and broadcast on WFLA. 1993 – 2001 Analyst-programmer Citibank/IBM/National Westminster Bank, London In England, worked as a successful COBOL analyst- programmer for several major corporations developing and enhancing computer systems used to process deals and transactions that daily totaled millions of dollars. Education 2002–2005 University of South Florida B.A., magna *** laude in journalism 1982–1984 London College of Printing BTEC National Diploma, business and communications Honors and Awards - Florida Society of Newspaper Editors 2012 second place for beat reporting - Garner Rose O’Brien Halderman Endowed Scholarship for outstanding journalism students (two-time recipient) - Samuel Y. Fustukjian Memorial Scholarship 2004
Tampa, Florida, United States
Taylor Torres - Freelance Illustration & Drawing
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$10
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I am an artist that has been drawing since I was a little girl. I am growing in the art world as for going to school majoring in illustration. By May 2014 I plan on earning my Bachelor's from the American Academy of Art.
Rochelle, Illinois, United States