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Cassandra Scott - Freelance Creative Writing & Content Writing
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I am currently writing a trilogy that is a bestseller right out of the gate. All I need are my words to be read and this contest will be won by ME! The story of the Calloways is a story that not only must be told, but experienced. "Relentless" is just that...relentless. "Relentless Pursuit" and "Relentless Love" complete the trilogy...and are only a prelude to the book series that was given birth by "Relentless" itself. I invite you to come and meet the stars of Relentless. And that was only the beginning...
Davenport, Iowa, United States
Marika Pascucci Waller - Freelance Translation & Photo Editing
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Marika Waller ________________________________________________________________________________ RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE June 2011 to present Mental Health America of South Carolina, Bridges Clubhouse Clinical Counselor Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients' treatment. Encourage clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, and help them to develop insight into themselves and their relationships. Guide clients in the development of skills and strategies for dealing with their problems. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports. Counsel clients and patients, individually and in group sessions, to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, and making changes. Collect information about clients through interviews, observation, and tests. Act as client advocates in order to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition based on review of client information. Meet with families, probation officers, police, and other interested parties in order to exchange necessary information during the treatment process. Counsel family members to assist them in understanding, dealing with, and supporting clients or patients. Plan, organize and lead structured programs of counseling, work, study, recreation and social activities for clients. Modify treatment activities and approaches as needed in order to comply with changes in clients' status. Discuss with individual patients their plans for life after leaving therapy. Gather information about community mental health needs and resources that could be used in conjunction with therapy. Monitor clients' use of medications. Plan and conduct programs to prevent substance abuse or improve community health and counseling services. January 2011- June 2011 USAG FT Jackson, South Carolina CYS Skies Instructor – Pre-school , NF-1702-03, Temporary Flex position Maintains control of and accounts for the whereabouts and safety of children and youth. Oversees arrival/departure of children/youth. Supervises children and youth during daily schedule of the Bright Academy Program. Works in ratio with children. Encourages participant interest and establishes a program setting that promotes positive child and youth interactions with other children, youth, and adults. Monitors staff/child or youth ratios to ensure adequate staffing. Plans, coordinates, and conducts activities for program participants based on observed needs of individual children. December 2008- April 2011 U.S. Africa Command/ Public Affairs Office Stuttgart, Germany Public Affairs Technician (Administrative Specialist), YB-0303-02 (GS-7) - Receive and screen incoming correspondence to determine the requirement, degree or timing of the involvement of the Director of Public Affairs. - Screens all incoming telephone calls for proper channeling. - Compose routine and non-routine correspondence on behalf of the Director of Public Affairs. - Research files, compile background data, and prepare correspondence for supervisor's signature. - Administer the records management program of the office. - Maintain supervisor's calendar. - Update and maintain the UMID database. - Serve as the certified Security Manager for the directorate, providing security guidelines and procedures, providing pre-travel briefings to staff, accessing the JPAS and SSO database, passing personnel's Secret and Top Secret Clearance information to other Commands when necessary, performing admin security functions. - Serve as the certified Workgroup Administrator (WGA). - Perform TCO duties. - Receive and transmits electronic messages. - Type news releases, information papers, decision papers, speeches, trip reports, and other miscellaneous items pertaining to media relations. - Make necessary arrangements for travel, transportation, schedule of visits, and hotel reservations for the staff in the Directorate. -Performs primary role of Official Defense Travel System Administrator (ODTA) -Performs primary role of Records Management Officer. - Formats press releases for distribution to media. - Handle or administer classified personnel and other Command actions/issues. - Gather and review informational material from various printed and electronic media sources. - Edit and proofread material prepared by staff members. - Check material for accuracy, security, propriety and consistency with established policies. - Maintain liaison with and provide assistance to component Public Affairs Offices. - Assist higher-level staff members in writing news articles. Gather, receive, evaluate and edit acquired information. Obtain and clarify information and verify dates, times and places. - Use desktop publishing technology to write or edit materials and develops graphics materials. - Purchase office supplies following proper procedures. - Translate news articles from Italian media to English. June 2008/ December 2008 USAG STUTTGART CYS/Central Enrollment and Registration Stuttgart, Germany Lead Administrative Assistant, NF-0303-03 -Oversee the administrative management of the reception area the CYS Central Enrollment and Registration. -Compile background data -Research files -Receive children, youth, parents, and other visitors in a courteous manner. -Answer main telephone, ascertain nature of call and direct caller to appropriate staff, take a message or personally provide desired information. -Obtain and verify information from patrons and/or Chain of Command -Provide customer service expected in a "First Choice" organization. -Utilize Child and Youth Management System (CYMS) to oversee the collection, accurate accounting and reporting of funds; and to collect and maintain up-to-date statistical data for planning and reporting purposes IAW higher headquarters and statutory requirements. -Utilize an electronic cash register system and calculator to compute and record individual transactions for customers and to enter data into predefined categories for regulatory-signed statistical reports and tracking of income data as it pertains to the CYS program. -Provide administrative support including typing/word processing, mail preparation, copying, distribution, telephone calls, and travel orders for CYS personnel. -Using office automation equipment and word processing software, prepare a variety of correspondence, memorandums, briefings and Daily Activity and other reports required for day-to-day operation. -Refer to agency regulations, flip charts, dictionaries, and other typical office reference materials to ensure proper format, grammatical accuracy, and correct spelling. -Maintain records, files, statistical data, and suspense system. -Assist in maintaining leave records, and time and attendance records. -Use E-Mail to send and retrieve messages. -Understand and articulate policies relating to patron fees, waiting lists and program events. -Coordinate vacancies and reservations for the hourly care program as required. -Work cooperatively with Resource and Referral to track program vacancies and occupancy rates as required. -Ensure risk management procedures (i.e., abuse prevention, identification, and reporting procedures; accident prevention, etc.) are followed. -Monitor supplies and resources. -Order office supplies. -Assist in facility key control. November 2007/June 2008 USAG STUTTGART NAF HRO Stuttgart, Germany Human Resources Assistant, NF-0203-02 -Perform clerical work in the administrative processing of personnel transactions, record keeping, and in-processing/out-processing of employees. -Input data into the DCPDS automated personnel database. -Provide orientation and explains matters related to employment and employment opportunities and associated benefit programs. -Process required background checks and physicals and follows-up to ensure completion. -Maintain official employee personnel records and files. -Filing, faxing, scanning, copying. -Prepare correspondence for supervisor's signature. October 2006/July 2007 Seahawk North America, LLC Miami Lakes, FL Executive Administrative/ Accounting Assistant -Organize and keep up to date executives' and office's calendar, schedule appointments and establish priorities -Create worksheets, implement internal administrative procedures and processes -Proofread correspondence and informational material for grammar and syntax accuracy, punctuation and format. -Implement and tailor employee's handbook -Receive inbound calls pertaining to the company's business and directed them to the right person. -Prepare correspondence for supervisor's signature. -Receive and screen incoming correspondence and distribute it to the executives and the staff. -Perform filing, faxing, scanning, copying. -Revision manuals for the ships managed by the company. -Assist and brainstorm with CEO for the development of company's briefings and/or conferences. -Gather information for future company's endeavors. -Make travel arrangements for the company's executives. -Create and format the layout of menus run on board of the ships -Create invoices -Purchase and maintain supplies in stock for office activity -Receive Purchase Requisitions from the ships and process them, following up until complete order has been placed and has been delivered on board. -Resolve purchasing disputes between vendors and ships -Prepare expenses reports for the month billing and invoicing -Prepare and create invoices for business' activity -Keep track of expenses and clients accounts -Balance monthly expenses and income June 2006/September 2006 Carnival Cruise Lines Miami, FL Cruise Vacation Specialist (Direct Guests) -Receive inbound calls pertaining to future cruise vacations or already existing bookings from direct guests or travel agencies. -Process refunds and changes on travel and services bookings -Provide information to guests on Carnival cruises and ships -Make outbound calls following up previous requests -Process payment requests June 2005- May 2006 Asilo Nido La Stanga – Vicenza, Italy Infant and Preschool Teacher -Provide care for children in groups by age, ranging from infants through preschool age. -Plan and conduct lessons and activities in the child development program to meet the developmental and physical needs of the children. -Provide for safety and care of children through constant supervision, proper maintenance of equipment, diapering and proper health routines. -Ensure children depart with authorized persons according to written parental instructions. -Conduct parent-teacher meetings to inform parents and/or guardians of progress and/or concerns. Nov 1998-April 2005 Telecom Italia Mobile SpA (TIM) Padua, Italy Senior Customer Care Representative -Receive inbound calls from customers -Make outbound calls for quality/satisfaction survey -Research and follow up on customer problems and respond to questions -Provide customer information regarding payments due -Enter data and retrieve customer information using the company's computer system -Explain services or fees and rate structures -Interpret and explain policies and regulations -Adjust customer accounts -Prepare customer billing information and adjustments -Research and make decisions regarding payments on overdue accounts -Maintain and reconcile customer and accounting files -Review and prepare standard correspondence relating to company’s activities and offers -Process and distribute incoming mail -Process payment requests -Sell plans and specs to customers -Input customer service requests with the potential of creating work orders -Train new hires in procedures, selling techniques and customer service procedures. EDUCATION: University of South Carolina Graduate Program Rehabilitation Counseling (MRC) and Psychiatric Counseling (Certificate) 2nd year American Military University 2010 Bachelor Science in Child and Family Development GPA 3.69 Almerico Da Schio 1996 Vicenza, Italy High School Diploma Tourism GPA 3.85 Dean's List Spring 2007 semester. Dean's List Summer 2007 semester. Dean's List Fall 2007 semester. Dean's List Spring 2008 semester. Dean's List Summer 2008 semester. Dean’s List Spring 2009 semester. KEYWORD SUMMARY: - Great knowledge of Army CYSS structure and services, guidelines and regulations. - Mother of two boys, age 9 and 6 and an Army Spouse. -Good knowledge of Microsoft Office Products (Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, etc.) -Bilingual in Italian and English. -55 wpm -Outgoing person -Very reliable and patient -Thrive for excellence and challenges -Very determined and focused REFERENCES: Joshua T. Richardson Bridges Clubhouse Clinical Counselor 803-300-2835 thejoshrichardson@gmail.com Mr. Samuel Thompson USAG Stuttgart/ Child, Youth and School Services CYSS Administrator, NF-04 Stuttgart Germany 011-49-7031-2830378 samuel.s.thompson@us.army.mil , samandmistythompson@yahoo.com LCDR James D. Stockman US Africa Command Public Affairs Officer James.stockman@africom.mil More references available upon request.
Cayce, South Carolina, United States
Keith McDougall - Freelance Cartooning & Comic Art
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I'm currently doing honours in Fine Art and working on a graphic novel about the German artist George Grosz. I have composed music, recorded vocals, and mixed sound effects for 13 plays (at the Fringe and Next Wave festivals), two short films, a dance performance, a two hour multimedia presentation, and two albums. I have also proofread several books and written reviews for Inpress magazine.
Brunswick, Victoria, Australia
Christie Faircloth-Dixon - Freelance Editing & Resume Writing
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EDUCATION Ph.D in Education Specialization: Higher Education Leadership Capella University January 2012 - present Master of Arts Major: English University of North Carolina at Wilmington 1996 Bachelor of Arts Major: English University of North Carolina at Wilmington 1994 RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE English Instructor Charleston Southern University, Charleston, SC • Taught English composition / rhetoric courses and learning strategies Professional Writing Consultant The Writing Center, Citadel Military College, Charleston, SC • Provided tutorial services in composition, rhetoric, and grammar to Corps of Cadets Marketing Assistant Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS), Marketing Division, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC • Wrote and edited promotional materials for on base events and activities
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Mark Antonee Tusel - Freelance Drawing & Art
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3.0
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$300
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Personal Profile: I am a hard working, dedicated individual with a strong desire to learn and update new skills as required, with a particularly keen eye for detail and determination to achieve quality results in whatever I am doing. I am a very friendly and approachable individual that is always willing to help both customers and team members alike. I can work equally well within a team or on my own initiative. I am seeking an opportunity to transfer my skills and continue to progress in my career. Qualifications and Achievements: ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) – 2005 GNVQ Foundation Leisure and Tourism – 2000 GNVQ Intermediate Information and Communication Technology – 2001 GCSE’s in the following subjects: English Literature and Language, Maths, French, Art, Science (Double Award), Geography, Technology of Resistant Materials, and Work-Skills – 1999 The Cecil Buttery Award (For Educational Progress – 1999 CLAIT – 1995. Work History: Data Entry Clerk – Work Placement at CPC Auto Electrics – 2003 Shelf/Stock Replenisher – Work Placement at Bookers Cash & Carry – 2002 Library Assistant – Work Placement at Telford College of Arts and Technology – 2000 Laboratory Assistant – Work Placement at Wrockwardine Wood Comprehensive Senior School – 1998 Hobbies and Interests: I enjoy taking long and brisk walks in the local area and I like to play snooker and pool in my spare time. I am adept with computer applications such as visual basic 6.0 and other Microsoft programming applications. I love to hone my computer skills whenever the opportunity arises. References available on request
United Kingdom
Kevin Pack - Freelance Proposal Writing & Business Consulting
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$130
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Summary and Objectives I have supported high visibility and ACAT DOD acquisitions such as the Safety Enhanced Re-entry Vehicle (SERV) program at Hill AFB and DOD special interest programs such as Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM). My experience includes all DOD milestone acquisition phases, from concept development to full rate production. I also bring a broad program perspective having supported programs as an Air Force (AF) civilian and contractor. I am interested in positions that provide opportunities for continued development of my management skills. My experience with development, systems engineering and DOD acquisitions uniquely qualify me to support DOD acquisition, development and sustainment programs. My greatest strengths are being able to bridge engineering-management communication gap and being able quickly identify and resolve emerging issues. Short Term Goals: • Continue improving my management and business development skills • Establish myself as a key contributor and team leader Long Term Goals: • Obtain my MBA • Establish myself as a expert in DOD business development and program management Personal Information Security Clearance: Secret Skills Summary • DOD Acquisition Processes • AF Engineering Processes • ICBM Engineering Processes • Systems Engineering • Configuration Management • Software Development • Test & Evaluation • Hardware Analysis • TO/TCTO Development • Root Cause Analysis • Contract Negotiation • Data Analysis • Project Management • IPT • Scheduling • Quality Control • EVMS • Professional Presentations Professional Experience TKD Technologies LLC, Syracuse, Utah Independent Consultant, November 2011 – Present I provide proposal development consulting services for DoD contractors. I recently supported BAE Systems’, Technology Solution & Services (TSS) Strategic System proposal team in developing their proposal to support a major defense weapon system. My expertise was used to establish their proposed approaches to system and sustainment engineering; test and evaluation; field support; program management and past performance. I also supported basis of estimate (BOE) development by providing manpower recommendations, including skills and experience; manning estimates; and compensation levels. I was responsible for capturing BAE Systems’ technical qualifications and provided direct writing input for over 75% of a 170 page proposal. BAE Systems management describe this proposal “as one of the best proposal efforts ever generated by our business unit”, which is over 10,000 personnel strong. Total Quality Systems, Inc., Roy Utah Sr. System Engineer and Project Manager, November 2007 – Present I have participated in proposal development teams as team lead and team member, generating nearly $10 million in revenue. My proposal responsibilities include developing man-power justifications and estimates, program schedule estimates, technical approaches, and other proposal elements. Recently I led the effort to establish a commercial test and repair capability centered on our award winning Intermittent Fault Detection and Isolation System technology (2010 DoD “Great Ideas” competition winner). Previously, I successfully led the Decision Support Tool (DST) development, with the first version being completed on time and within budget. In 2010, DST was recognized as a Hill AFB best practice and is a key tool for the Weapon System Flexible Sustainment (WSFS) program, which has already saved the AF over $274 million and is currently projected to save in excess of $710 million. As the DST Project Lead my responsibly included developing system requirements; briefing design reviews and program status; and manage the overall development effort. DST enhances Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Configuration Management (CM) support by automating repair actions and operations analysis. This analysis tool supports weapon system reviews, sustainment engineering and reliability improvement efforts. For the cASM program I developed system requirements, test plans and implemented testing and verification. cASM was deployed as a “purple” program to support Army contingency activities in the Middle East and Afghanistan. USAF, Hill AFB, Utah System Engineer and Lead, November 2001 - November 2007 As SERV Systems Engineer, I received a letter of commendation from 526th Wing Commander, Col Robert Schofner, recognizing my technical leadership and service to the ICBM community. The SERV acquisition team was also recognized as an ICBM top performer, receiving a 2007 Scowcroft Award. I have participated extensively in SERV’s acquisition process and was a leader in the development of the SERV Performance Based Acquisition (PBA) model that saved the AF over $50 million, nearly 10% of the original projected cost. SERV was the first ICBM program to field assets that conformed to FAR/DFAR UID requirements. During SERV's development phase, I served as engineering lead for development reviews and Functional Configuration Audits (FCA) and Physical Configuration Audits (PCA) of SERV AVE flight hardware and SE. During this time I reviewed approximately 160 new and modified technical orders (TO) and time compliant technical orders (TCTO) that were published by SERV. The SERV Field Test Set (SFTS) and other test equipment were developed as a new nuclear safety certified items. I led the technical transition from development to production for the SERV Support Equipment (SE) and Airborne Vehicle Equipment (AVE) acquisitions. Our program team managed development and manufacturing contracts with Northrop Grumman (ICBM Prime) and Lockheed Martin. Because the direct contracts with Lockheed did not include the ICBM prime, our team had to manage all program elements including: contracting, logistics, engineering, program management and technical analysis. As the SE lead I reviewed all engineering changes and coordinated all type 1 changes within the ICBM community and reviewed DCMA managed type 2 changes. I supported design reviews, MDA preparation, test & assessment, and other acquisition milestone events and processes. I also prepared and presented technical briefs to AF management and review boards such as: Technical Requirements Working Group (TRWG), Technical Review Board (TRB) and System Integration and Planning (SIP), and Configuration Control Board (CCB). Previously I developed automated test equipment (ATE) software using LabView and LabWindows for testing ICBM fuze components and F-16 subsystem functionality. Testing included L-band microwave devices, analog and digital control circuitry, and system calibration. Two of my F-16 software modules were the first to complete functional acceptance testing and were successfully demonstrated for our foreign military sales customer. OnSat Network Communications, Salt Lake City, Utah Operations Manager, June 2000 - November 2001 My team of engineers, technicians and contractors supported international wireless and satellite sales efforts by developing requirements for equipment, service agreements and proposals while providing field engineering and technical support. Our service agreements included both domestic and international support contracts. Working with the Honduran government we delivered phone and data services to remote locations across the country, providing the infrastructure necessary for extension learning. My engineering duties included: C and Ku band satellite ground station designs and testing, technician training, customer and sales support, and network management. Based upon designed link requirements we would prepare a site design, support installation and conduct follow on inspections. Novena Wireless, Salt Lake City, Utah Co-Founder and COO, March 2000 - June 2000 Working with 4 other individuals we established Novena Wireless to provide broadband wireless capabilities to homes and businesses throughout the Salt Lake valley. As a founding member I was heavily involved in market research, business plan development, product marketing and technology investigation. One of our first customers was Onsat Network Communications. While still in the startup phase, Onsat approached our team with an offer for employment, ownership and investor funding. 3Com Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah Software Engineer, October 1999 - June 2000 I developed a generic modem driver for controlling cell phones through a micro-controller embedded in the adaptor cable. I also worked on ISDN drivers for a PC Card based ISDN modem. Development was in both Assembly and C. Northrop Grumman (then TRW), Hill AFB, Utah Software Engineer, March 1999 - October 1999 I successfully led the development of software tools and models that analyzed ICBM weapon systems supportability. This project was named as a top 10 division project and had up to 8 engineers involved. This program modeled future system failure projections based upon actual and accelerated component failure rates. As the principal development engineer, my responsibilities included coordinating data development (accelerated life testing), data storage and cross referencing (Oracle databases) and software modeling efforts. The modeling and data storage efforts were based out of Hill AFB while the accelerated life testing was conducted at Warner Robins AFB. This position included working directly with government representatives and providing them briefings on project status, research proposals and supportability assessments. I also supported various technical studies including the Navy E-6B Airborne Launch Control Center weapon system link analysis study. This study reviewed air-ground communications for the ICBM weapon system to assess system functionality and reliability. Performed ground system failure analysis, including closed loop failure analyses and general electrical system trouble shooting. Education UNIVERSITY OF UTAH – SALT LAKE CITY, UT Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering, 1999 Relevant course work: Electric Circuits I & 11, Electronics I & II, Hardware Fundamentals, C++ Programming, Modern Physics, Signals and Systems, Antennas and Waveguides, Electromagnetic Field I & II, and Microwave Engineering I & 11. Computer Skills Programming languages/environments: C, C++, Assembly, Atlas, LabWindows, and LabView Operating systems include: UNIX and Windows Programs: Word, WordPerfect, PowerPoint, Access, Lotus Notes, Emacs, CORE, CodeRight, Visio, Matlab, Libra, Touchstone, Project, Excel, Netscape and Clearcase.
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Monica Stallings - Freelance Voiceovers & Illustration
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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I am a creative person who loves to perform and craft things and tell stories. I love to make people laugh and think. My performance skills, especially my vocal talents, have always been noticed. I am also a talented writer and illustrator. My primary goal for 2014 is to attain more work using my natural talents.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Lori Batcheller - Freelance Content Writing & Article Writing
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I am a professional writer who has published hundreds of articles in magazines, trade journals, newspapers, newsletters, and on-line. My specialties include health and wellness, yoga, disabilities, seniors, and personal profiles. With a master’s in journalism and mass communication from the University of Colorado and in physical therapy from Hahnemann University (now Drexel), I am well versed in writing articles that inspire, entertain, and educate. Thank you for contacting me about your needs.
Denver, Colorado, United States
Joe Bevill - Freelance Cartooning & Children's Book Illustration
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4.5
2 Skills
$20
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EDUCATION: Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sequential Art 2008 Savannah College of Art and Design PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: -Technical background in color, perspective and design -Software: Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, -Strong drawing skills (figure drawing, storyboarding, and caricatures) -Proficient writer and sequential storyteller WORK EXPERIENCE: - Writer/Artist http://www.get-bent.net November 2009-Current Currently Write and Illustrate the web comic “Get Bent” on a regular basis. -Freelance Illustration Mascot Books June 2011-November 2011 Illustrated the children's book "Power Cat" -Freelance T-shirt Design Jow Films LLC June 2010 Illustrated two t-shirt designs for one of the main characters in the independent feature film “Digits” -Freelance Illustration Mascot Books June 2008-September 2008 Illustrated the children’s book “Hello Lightning” -Freelance Storyboard Artist CrazyLuLu Productions December 2007-January 2008 Collaborated with the director to create storyboards for the award winning short film “Reverie”
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Kitamu Latham-Sampier - Freelance Poster Design & Illustration
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4.5
2 Skills
$55
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Education: Bachelor of Fine Arts – received May 2010 Savannah College of Art and Design (S.C.A.D): Savannah, Georgia Major: Illustration May 2010 – Dean’s List Los Angeles Trade Technical College (L.A.T.T.C): Los Angeles, California Major: Visual Communications September 2001 – March 2007 Skills and Strengths: Adobe Photoshop – Digital Painting, Poster Design, Illustration Adobe Illustrator – Graphic Design – Logo Design and Poster Design Adobe InDesign. – Typesetting Painting with watercolor and acrylic mixed with markers and color pencils Character Design Creative Writing Freelance Projects: 2011 Foot Notes – SEM Inspirationals – Illustrator Sweet Cause Cupcakes – Najuma Smith- Pollard – Logo Design The MoonTravelers Album – Illustrator 2010 Dark Valentine Magazine – Illustrator – 2 issues 2003 Stain Glass Window – St. James AME Church – Graphic Design Workshops Attended: 2010 BUA: Essential Drawing Skills 4 week Workshop by Justin Bua BUA Studios 811 Traction Ave. Suite 2A Los Angeles, Ca. 90013 2010 Conducted by Durwin Talon EA Games Directed Collaboration Savannah, Georgia-SCAD
Carson, California, United States

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