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Jessica Guthrie - Freelance Grant Writing & Annual Report Writing
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EDUCATION University of South Carolina-Columbia, May 2011 Master Public Administration Mississippi State University, July 2008 Bachelor of Arts, Communication (Public Relations); Political Science EXPERIENCE Administrative Resource, Department of Insurance, July 2009 – May 2011 • Conducted research, interviewed staff, and developed interpersonal relationships throughout the various agency...
Greenville, Mississippi, United States
Maryanne Anthony - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Grant Writing
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Significant Accomplishments Owner/President, Integrity Based Solutions, a services provider with a focus on business continuity planning, project management, strategic planning, technical training, writing and documentation services. Project Manager for national award winning Prince George’s I-Net Project. Town Manager for Town of North Brentwood. Board President, Gateway Community Development...
Mississippi, United States

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James Fleming - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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James R. Fleming lbyronbyron@yahoo.com Education: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Ph.D. in English, expected in May 2012 Chair: Dr. Donald D. Ault Readers: Dr. Judith Page and Dr. James Paxson Tentative Dissertation: Hamlet, Trauma and the English Romantic Movement GPA: 4.0/4.0 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL M.A. in English, May 2006 Thesis: “Life in Death/Death in Life: Trauma, Testimony and the 1798 Lyrical Ballads” Chair: Dr. Judith Page Reader: Dr. Donald D. 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Nicolas Cerone - Freelance Animation, Comic Art, Illustration, & Storyboarding
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I'm a Comic artist- graphic designer- 2D & 3D animator freelance. Also i'm proactive. This is what i love most. I've worked in many comic projects and in many studios. My work is purely and exclusively professional. would be honored to work with you. Please feel free to contact me at: ceronejuan@gmail.com or ceronejuan@hotmail.com Let's talk about your project
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Terence Beaumont - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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I am currently lead artist at Smashplug LLC (www.smashplug.com) where I design for HTML 5 web based applications. I have been studying animation for several years using Maya, Blender, Zbrush, Photoshop, and After Effects. My demo reel can be seen on my portfolio blog (http://taibeaumont.blogspot.com) along with some traditional artwork from college, where I received an AA degree and graduated with dean's list honors.
Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States
Adriaan v/d Westhuizen - Freelance Book Illustration & Landscape Painting
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I'm Adriaan v/d Westhuizen I'm a multi-talented Artist.. I make beautiful sculptures in any size and working with any material. I design and Illustrate books, products, animals and people. I love painting... I can paint anything realistically and normally paint with oil on canvas but can paint in any medium on any paintable surface. View my blog to see some of the work I’ve done adriaanwest.blogspot.com
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George Szerencsi - Freelance Sculpting & Art
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Curriculum Vitae György AKA George Szerencsi ( MCA, BVA. Dip.FFA) Sculptor Academic Achievements Master of Contemporary Arts, University of Tasmania. Australia 2012 Bachelor of Visual Arts Majoring in Painting and Sculpture, University of Southern Queensland – 2001 to 2004 Diploma of Fine and Applied Arts Majoring in ceramic design, Képzo és Iparmuvészeti Szaközépiskola, (Fine and Applied Art College), Budapest, Hungary – 1974 to 1978 Major in Art History and Life Drawing Dozsa Gyorgy School of Applied Art, Budapest, Hungary – 1973 to 1974 Additional Certification Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training BSZ40198 – 2003 Certificate of Proficiency in Workshop Technology (Visual Arts) Level One – 2008 Foundation of Computing CSC-1402 University of Southern Queensland 2003 Blue Card 30215 Qld, General health and safety in the construction industry – 2006 Blue Card for teaching children – 2006 Curriculum Vitae - György Szerencsi / Two Career Path Summary Freelance Sculptor and Designer, operating as ProArt Studio, Brisbane – 1998 to Current Major commissions for Warner Brothers Movie World, Dream World, Walt Disney Concept designs and construction of public artworks for Regional Councils and private clients Production Manager, Interior Enhancement Limited, Shenzhen, China – 2007 Supervision and production of architectural products Sculptor and Model Maker, Photon film Production Company, Gold Coast – 2006 Sculpture and model making for Superman movie Design and Installation of Public Sculpture Spinnaker Apartments, Gold Coast – 2002 History Walk in 18 Stainless Steel Panels Design and Installation, Kings Beach Development, Caloundra, Queensland – 2001 Marble and Granite Fountain Design, Construction and Installation, Caboolture – 2001 Sculpted Fountain Urban Art Projects commission, Manly Ferry Terminal, Sydney – 1998 Sculpted Entry Feature, Hotel Lobby Entrance Urban Art Projects, Mooloolaba International Hotel – 1998 Managing Director, Fifth Dimension Design Pty. Ltd, Melbourne – 1995 Designer and mould maker for the ceramic industry supplying Victoria and other states with plaster slip-casting moulds. Teaching / Tutoring Experience Studio Manager, Visual Arts Department, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba – 2008 Liaison Officer, McGregor Summer School, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba – 2008 Education Officer, Art Teacher, Brisbane Youth Detention Centre, Career Employment Australia – 2007 Art Teacher, Certificate courses, Diploma in Art, Bremer TAFE, Brisbane – 2006 Art Teacher, Wolston and David Longland Correctional Centres, Brisbane – 2006 Volunteer Art Teacher, CityCare Literacy & Life Skills Centre, Brisbane - 2005 Tutor and Demonstrator, Ceramic Studio, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba – 2003 Facilitator / Teacher, Drawing Classes, Redcliff Seaside Artist Art Gallery – 2002 Facilitator / Teacher, Evening Classes for Adults, Box Hill College of TAFE, Melbourne – 1989 in: Exhibitions Solo: ? Feather and Lawry Design Toowoomba 2010 ? Robin Bauer Art Gallery, Brisbane – 2008 ? Logan Art Gallery – 2006 ? Toowoomba Contemporary Art Gallery – 2003 ? Redcliffe Regional Art Gallery – 2002 Group: ? Bell Art Gallery, Bell Qld. 2011 ? Dalby Regional Art Gallery, Dalby Qld 2011 ? Blake Prize, Directors Cut Exhibition Sydney 2010 ? Kath Dickson Art Award, Toowoomba 2009 ? Blake Prize Sydney Finalists – 2008 ? Crows Nest Acquisitive Sculpture Exhibition – 2008 ? Contemporary art projects, Toowoomba – 2008 ? Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane – 2008 ? Avant Garden Public Art installation and exhibition, Toowoomba – 2008 ? Kath Dickson Art Award, Toowoomba – 2007 ? Abused Child Foundation, Brisbane – 2007 ? Brisbane 2 Art Gallery, Brisbane – 2007 ? Martin Stanton Art Consultant, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane – 2006 ? Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane – 2005 ? Images and Architecture, installation, Brisbane Botanic Gardens Queensland University of Technology – 2004 ? Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery – 2004 Awards and Grants ? First Prize, Bell Art Prize, Sculpture. 2011 ? Second Prize, Bell Art Award, Sculpture. 2011 ? First Prize, Crows Nest Acquisitive Sculpture Competition – 2008 ? First Prize, Kath Dickson Art Award, Toowoomba – 2007 ? Regional Arts Development Fund, Logan City Council – 2005 Collections ? Crows Nest Regional Art Gallery, Queensland, Australia ? Private collections in Australia and USA Professional Affiliations Member of the: ? Society of Sculptors Queensland ? Queensland Artworkers Alliance ? Arts Council Toowoomba ? International Artists Network ? AIESM, International Association for Monumental Sculptures Italy Additional Information Nationality: Australian Citizen – Birthplace, Budapest, Hungary Languages: English and Hungarian I.T. Skills: Proficient with a wide range of applications including: Photoshop, PowerPoint and Word
Bell, Queensland, Australia