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Ron Smith - Freelance Flyer Design, Graphic Design, T-Shirt Design, Cartooning, & Illustration
542
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4.8
12 Skills
$30
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I am a digital illustrator capable of working in realistic or whimsical styles. To be a good artist, I believe the artist must be able to reproduce good art by hand first. I spent the early part of my art career creating paintings and airbrushed illustrations, Because of my knowledge of painting and drawing techniques, the transition to digital art was quite easy. Ideally, if the job requires a...
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Elisabeth Bell - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Greeting Card Illustration
1341
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5.0
2 Skills
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Designing beautiful children's illustrations and whimsical imagery is Elisabeth's passion. Her creative journey began with her earliest memories as a child where she loved to draw. Elisabeth pulled inspiration from Disney illustrations, Little Golden Books and countless other picture books, drawing for endless hours images that defined her fanciful world as a child. Years later, Elisabeth's...
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Ashley Byrd - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Painting
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3.5
2 Skills
$9
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I am an artist capable in various media including (but not limited to) watercolor, acrylic, chalk, charcoal, oil, and the written word.
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Perla Valenzuela - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Illustration
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2 Skills
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Tucson, Arizona, United States
Lynne Morrow - Freelance Book Design & Children's Book Illustration
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2 Skills
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Tucson, Arizona, United States

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Jenn Vitanzo - Freelance Editing & Writing
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An English major with a varied media background (including writing for National Geographic Television, handling public relations for international five-star hotels and resorts, crafting award-winning songs for nationally touring artists, writing content for online resources such as Business.com, and offering photography services for media outlets as well as private clients), I have been involved in the creating process of writing and producing media content from the ground up. I am obsessed with crafting intelligent, properly written prose, and have an eye for detail, particularly when it comes to editing and proofreading. I've written copy for ad agencies, edited and proofed technical manuals, and written press releases for a variety of clients, including engineers, musicians, resorts, and consumer products. I recently became involved in grant writing and fundraising, with specific focus on securing donations for education and music. I'm extremely committed to conservation and wildlife and am very interested in using my communication skills to help in those areas as much as possible.
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EDUCATION Ph.D., The University of Texas at Dallas, Aesthetic Studies, School of Arts & Humanities (Fields: Bioaesthetics, Novel, Tragedy) 2004 M.A., The University of Southern Mississippi, English (Field: Creative Writing) 2000 B.S., Western Kentucky University, Recombinant Gene Technology (Minor in Chemistry) 1993 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2010-Present Doubletree Hotel Night Auditor • Customer service; balancing reports; running computer audit 2009-2010 Dallas Hub Theater DFW Playwrights’ Alliance Producer/Playwright • Recruit playwrights to participate in festivals; recruit actors for plays; advertise festivals; collaborate with DFWPA partners on several projects; conduct meetings; wrote an award-winning play 2009-2010 Richland College 2004 - 2006 Adjunct Professor • See below 2009-2010 Collin College Adjunct Professor • Worked with various educational institutions; formed relationships with students and staff; planned, organized, and prepared for various classes; created assessments; organized, planned and prepared oral presentations; worked with very limited supervision; developed plans and strategies which I then implemented; organized information easily; have provided guidance to students and colleagues 2008 – Present The Emerson Institute for Freedom and Culture President, Editor • Editing the Emerson Institute online journal; writing editorials and reviews for the journal; recruiting authors to publish in the journal 2008 – 2009 American Philosophical Practitioners Association Reviews Editor, Philosophical Practice • Organized information; solicited book contributions for review from publishing houses; worked closely with partners to get 3-4 books reviewed by various reviewers on a strict deadline; edited submissions and recommended revisions 2008 The Prometheus Institute Adjunct Scholar • Wrote popular articles on current events and issues 2006 – 2007 A+ Academy Charter School Honors Instructor • Worked closely with members of the community, including directors, principals, colleagues, parents, and students; collaborated to develop plans and strategies to better serve my students; implemented plans and strategies to better serve my students; implemented plans to improve student learning; organized, planned, and prepared for various classes; created assessments; generated reports to track achievement gaps; developed intervention strategies for struggling students 2000 – 2004 University of Texas at Dallas Professor’s Assistant SKILLS • Excellent communication skills, including public speaking and writing skills • Scholarly research, including the creation and revision of publications • Word processing SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS • Essay – “The Spontaneous Orders of the Arts” – Studies in Emergent Order, Vol. 3 (2010): 195-211 < online> • Essay – “From the Sensory Order to the Moral Order: Bridging Hayek to Hayek (Part I)” – NOMOI, Vol. 1 (2010): 3-5 • Book Review – Roger Scruton “Beauty” – Philosophical Practice, Vol. 4.3 • Book Review – Craig Dove “Nietzsche’s Ethical Theory: Mind, Self and Responsibility”– Philosophical Practice, Vol. 4.1 • Book Review – Lou Marinoff “The Middle Way” – Philosophical Practice, Vol. 3.2 • Article – “Interdisciplinarity versus Multidisciplinarity” – Time’s News: < online> • Essay Reprint – "Literature as a Game: Game-Play in Reading, Creating, and Understanding Literature” – Esophy < online> • Essay – "Literature as a Game: Game-Play in Reading, Creating, and Understanding Literature” – Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, Volume 7 Number 2, August 2006 < online> • Book Review – Madison Jones' “Nashville 1864: The Dying of the Light” – Bibliophilos CREATIVE PUBLICATIONS • Poem – “My Night Off” – Medusa Literature: < online> • Poem – “A World” – Medusa Literature: < online> • Poem – “Geographies of Nostalgia” – Medusa Literature: < online> • Poem – "Mountain Lakes" – Poetry Renewal < online> • Poem – "False Memories" – Sojourn • Short Story – "Iguanodon" – Art Times • Poem – “The Comfortless Comfort" – 13 Windows • Poem – "Campfire" – 13 Windows • Poem – "In the Land of Butterflies" – 13 Windows • Short Story – "B-52" – product14 • Poem – "The Carpenter at Little Pawpaw Lake" – product14 • Short Story – "Wishful Thinking" – The Gargoyle POPULAR PUBLICATIONS • Article – “Egypt’s Revolution and Higher Education” – The Pope Center, Feb. 6, 2011 • Article – “The Fading Hope of Interdisciplinary Studies” – The Pope Center, Jan 30, 2011 • Article – “Freshman Composition and the Sonnet” – The Pope Center, Jan. 16, 2011 • Article – “At Home With the Kids and My Ph.D.” – The Pope Center, Dec. 7, 2010 • Article – “From Trivium to Triviality” – The Pope Center, Oct. 15, 2010 • Article – “Suppose There Were Food Insurance” – Mises Daily, LVMI, July 22, 2010 • Article – “Zoning Laws Destroy Communities” – Mises Daily, LVMI, Apr. 30, 2010 • Article – “Local Theaters Should Champion Local Playwrights” – The Dallas Morning News, Feb. 12, 2010 • Article – “School Needs to Get Physical” – The Dallas Morning News, July 16, 2009 • Article – “School Can’t Be All About Academics” – The Dallas Morning News, June 26, 2009 • Article – “Schools Are Teaching Teachers Not to Teach” – The Dallas Morning News, April 17, 2009 • Article – “The Tragic Institutions” – TCSDaily: < online> • Article – “Son of the UMWA, Husband of the AFT” – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “Why Libertarians are Annoying – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “On Evil Property Owners . . . Like My Wife’s Grandfather, Jesus” – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “Rebuttal: Paul Krugman’s: Voodoo Health Economics” – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “If I Were a Captain Planet Supervillain” – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “It’s Time We Gave the Poor a Tax Break” – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “Once Upon a Time There Was a Great Democracy – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “The Government Makes Easy Things Complicated” – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “The Three Liberalisms” – The Prometheus Institute • Article – “Government and Power Laws” – The Prometheus Institute • A weekly opinion piece in The Messenger out of Madisonville, KY from 1994-1995 BOOKS PUBLISHED • Diaphysics. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. 2009 READINGS • Short Stories – "Don's **********" and "Baudrillard Fragment" – Scriptorium Reading, 2002 • Short Story – "B-52" and several Poems – Sojourn Release Party Reading, 2002 • Short Story – "Houseflies" – Café Night at USM, Spring 2000 • Poems – Dallas Museum of Art Late Night, 2008 • Poems – Local Color Gallery, 2006 • Poems – Scriptorium release party at Local Color Gallery, July 2006 • Poems – Local Color Gallery, 2005 • Poems – Café Voltaire Poetry Night, 1995 • Essay – “The Emergence of Everything” – Dallas Philosopher’s Forum, 2005 PERFORMANCES • Almost Ithacid – Play Performed at Dallas Hub Theatre for Cyberfest, May 29-30 CONFERENCES • Short Story – "For the Love of Orchids" – USM Cross-disciplinary Seminar, Spring 1999 • Essay – "Hubris: The Virtuous Vice" – International Society for the Study of Time Conference, August 2007 • Essay – "Spontaneous Order and Emergent Phenomena: An Interdisciplinary Approach" – Fund for Spontaneous Orders Conference, “Orders and Borders,” Nov. 2008 • Colloquium – Liberty Fund, “F. A. Hayek,” June 7-12, 2009 • Essay – “The Spontaneous Orders of the Arts” Fund for Spontaneous Orders Conference, “Organization and Emergence: Tensions and Symbiosis,” Dec. 3-6, 2009 AWARDS • PIA Award – for Cyberfest performance of “Almost Ithaciad” at Dallas Hub Theatre, May 30, 2009 DISSERTATION Evolutionary Aesthetics: The Evolution of Complex Systems, the Appreciation of Beauty, and the Creation of Art and Literature Supervisors: Alexander Argyros - chair, Frederick Turner, Robert Nelsen, Pamela Gossin
Richardson, Texas, United States