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Samuel Lewis - Freelance Digital Art & T-Shirt Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$25
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San Jose, California, United States

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Deluxepaint - Freelance 3D Animation & Flash Design
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I am an Character Artist in Game and Film productions, I like working in wide range of art like 2d/3d Character design and modeling, Maskot creation, Character behaviors and facial and body animations, Environment lighting, 2d animation and illustration for mainly games and Films. I worked on several major animation projects as a major role like main character modeling on Oscar Nominee Short Film "Gopher Broke" , "Disney's Mickey’s Twice upon a Christmas, David Fintchers” Zodiac”, James Cameroons “Aliens of the deep” and Game cinematics like Spiderman 2, Unreal, Sonic the hedge hog, Warhammer... and Games like Sims 3 and Back to the Future. I worked at Blur studio, Disney, Electronic Arts and I am currently working at Telltale games as a Lead character Artist.
San Rafael, California, United States
Christopher A. Marion - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
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3.5
2 Skills
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Christopher A. Marion 603- 318- 1843 marion.christopher@yahoo.com Graphic Design BFA College Student-Graphic Designer- Artist Currently enrolled at Keene State College in my Sophomore Year. Transfer student from Manchester Community College. Hardworking dedicated student with knowledge of Graphic industry technology, illustrating, and composition. Willing to perform difficult physical labor. Visually oriented mind capable of grasping concepts quickly, working to, and exceeding superior’s expectations. Achievements - Sports: Varsity Lacrosse Freshman Year of High School, Varsity Soccer Junior and Senior Year, Varsity track Junior and Senior Year. - School: Acceptance into college. - Work: Given award for work excellence during peak world series rush while working at Modell’s Qualifications - Training in graphic programs including Photoshop, Illustrator, and In Design - Artistic training in graphite, oil painting, pastel and charcoal Work Experience - Toys R’ Us – Sales Associate, October 2006- January 2007 - Modell’s Sporting Goods – Sales Associate, August 2007- August 2008 - Hungry Herb’s Pizza – Cook / Delivery Driver, May 2008- January 2011
Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
Thommy Hartley - Freelance Children's Book Writing & Book Writing
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I am a budding writer of exciting YA fiction with a keen interest in developing my stories and characters into epic new intellectual properties for the screen. When I'm not toiling away in the land of make-believe, I teach Pre-K and act as Program Specialist for an Early Childhood Learning Facility. I am also a very happy and proud husband and father of one precious baby girl!
Houston, Texas, United States
Patricia Mason - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Article Writing
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3.0
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Computer Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook (both email and electronic calendaring), and Internet Explorer, Front Page, Dreamweaver, Brio Query, CICS, SRM, Banner, COGNOS, ApplyYourself, Unitime, BALOTS and web maintenance. Experience with Publisher, Fireworks and FileMaker Pro. Employment: Examiner.com 06/10 to Present Freelance Writer Experts123.com 05/10 to Present Freelance Writer • Seed.com 05/10 to Present Freelance Writer Textbroker.com 03/10 to Present Freelance Writer Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Graduate Program Assistant 08/10 to Present College of Liberal Arts, Brian Lamb School of Communication • Developed a database for the Communication Graduate Program • Created a student calendar of deadlines and events • Appointed International Students & Scholars liaison for visiting scholars • Redesigned the Graduate Program website • Developed “Welcome” packets for new incoming students • Appointed Plagiarism Administrator for the Department of Communication • Redesigned and updated the Graduate Students Manual • Developed “Thesis” packets for students • Proof and process all student’s plan of study, prelim and final exam forms • Compile and generate reports for all fellowship nominations • Advise students concerning admission policies • Interpret policies, procedures, and operations of other university offices • Compile student data and various reports using Access and Excel • Process and prepare graduate admission applications and evaluation sheets • Establish, maintain and distribute all applicant and graduate student files • Resolve problems while interpreting University and departmental policies and procedures • Developed a database to track student information, GPA, accomplishments, status in program and alumni information • Maintain the Communication Graduate Program website • Designing reports for the department head and faculty • Generate a student progress report for the faculty each semester • Serve as an ex-officio member of the Communication graduate committee • Register student’s for courses using Banner • Generate various reports in COGNOS • FERPA certified • Send out information requests using Connect and GradSchool.com • Generate reports and organize student applications using ApplyYourself • Inform students and faculty of fellowship deadlines and criteria • Maintain a graduate student bulletin board • Designed and developed several informational student flyers • Developing a handbook for the Graduate Program Assistant position • Thesis format advisor to the graduate students Graduate Program & Scheduling Coordinator 10/08 to 08/10 College of Liberal Arts, Department of Anthropology • Developed a database for the Anthropology Graduate Program • Created a student calendar of deadlines and events • Served on the Graduate Schools ApplyYourself task force • Redesigned the Graduate Program website • Developed “Welcome” packets for new incoming students • Scheduled all of our recitations after 9:00 a.m. • Redesigned and updated the Graduate Students Manual and the Faculty Manual • Developed “Thesis” packets for students • Proof and process all student’s plan of study, prelim and final exam forms • Compile and generate reports for all fellowship nominations • Advise students concerning admission policies • Interpret policies, procedures, and operations of other university offices • Initiated and process new course proposals, deletions and changes • Compile student data and various reports using Access and Excel • Process and prepare graduate admission applications and evaluation sheets • Establish, maintain and distribute all applicant and graduate student files • Resolve problems while interpreting University and departmental policies and procedures • Serve as Scheduling Deputy • Resolve all conflicts of the Spring, Summer and Fall course schedules • Developed a database to track student information, GPA, accomplishments, status in program and alumni information • Maintain the Anthropology Graduate Program website • Developing a policy and procedures manual for the faculty and students • Designing reports for the department head and faculty • Developing a recruiting program • Generate a student progress report for the faculty each semester • Serve as an ex-officio member of the Anthropology graduate committee • Register student’s for courses using Banner • Generate various reports in COGNOS • Work with Faculty on assessment criteria • Enter assessment data into BALOTS • FERPA certified • Send out information requests using Connect and GradSchool.com • Generate reports and organize student applications using ApplyYourself • Inform students and faculty of fellowship deadlines and criteria • Maintain a graduate student bulletin board • Designed and developed several informational student flyers • Meet with the Anthropology student organization to assess their needs • Developing a handbook for the Graduate Program Assistant/Schedule Deputy position • Process, track and resolve problems with all course revision form 40’s • Thesis format advisor to the graduate students Production Assistant 03/07 to 10/08 College of Agriculture, Agricultural Communication • Maintained publishing unit database • Processed publishing form 1’s and travel forms • Processed publishing orders through the OnePurdue system • Compiled and generated various reports for the unit and department • Maintained publishing coordinators calendar and events calendar • Webmaster for twelve Agricultural Communication websites • Member of the Connections headline committee • Created headlines and proofed copy for the Connections publication • Initiated request for bids on publishing jobs • Organized publishing units retreat • Maintained inventory levels of publications • Distributed samples and proofs to the designers and editors • Processed a monthly report of project status • Developed a database in FileMaker Pro for the publishing unit • Developed an events calendar for the publishing unit • Designed filing system for scanning Form 1’s • Completed DTI training and served as DTI for department • Automated various reports • Attended an Administrative Assistant workshop • Attended a Working Woman’s workshop • Working on International Association of Administrative Professionals certification Director 08/99 to 06/06 College of Education, Office of Graduate Studies • Managed a staff of three people • Proofed and processed all student’s plan of study, prelim and final exam forms • Compiled and generated reports for all fellowship nominations • Advised students concerning admission policies • Provided continuity within and across graduate program in 2 departments and 3 campuses • Interpreted policies, procedures, and operations of other university offices • Served as an ex-officio member of various department, school, and university committees • Initiated and processed new course proposals, deletions and changes • Proof and organize all course revision form 40’s • Managed Office of Graduate Studies budget • Developed and designed program area brochures • Maintained Office of Graduate Studies web page using Front Page and Dreamweaver • Compiled student data and various reports using Access, Excel and BrioQuery • Maintained faculty advisor numbers, certification numbers and special certifications • Compiled and distributed an annual report for the Office of Graduate Studies • Compiled and submitted data for publication in the annual U.S. News & World Report • Served on the Graduate School’s ApplyYourself committee • Served on the Graduate School’s Database committee • Developed the first annual report for the Office of Graduate Studies • Developed a thesis/dissertation resource web page • Developed and maintained an Access database • Designed a system to track teacher renewal and license students in a degree program • Designed a fellowship nominating form and web page • Designed a web page for students on how to create and submit a plan of study • College of Education Outstanding Service Award 2000-2001 • Earl B. Notestine Award for Professional Excellence 1999-2000 Graduate Studies Secretary 3/96 to 8/99 College of Education, Office of Graduate Studies • Processed and prepared graduate admission applications and evaluation sheets • Coordinated and supervised registration activities for graduate students and cohort programs • Established, maintained and distributed all applicant and graduate student files • Resolved problems while interpreting University and departmental policies and procedures • Developed databases, compiled and submitted reports using Excel, Access and Visual Basic • Created templates for various Graduate School forms and tables using Microsoft Word • Worked with World Wide Web and HTML • Developed an Excel database • Created templates for all Graduate School forms which they adopted and are currently using • Developed a system for registering Cohort students Smith Office Plus, Lafayette, Indiana 8/95 to 2/96 Purchasing Manager • Managed a staff of three people • Purchased office supplies, furniture and machines for six locations • Reconciled damaged product returns and freight claims • Dealt with numerous vendors to set up discount schedules and special pricing • Managed inventory records on companies' main frame • Administered quarterly sales, contract pricing and researched product information and pricing • Negotiated contract with shipping companies for lower rate costs • Developed a system to expedite shipping of orders • Developed a system to streamline fulfillment of orders Administrative Assistant/Furniture Buyer 12/94 to 08/95 Smith Office Plus, Lafayette, Indiana • Purchased furniture for six locations • Created sales reports on Lotus 123 and monthly board reports for six locations • Produced daily sales reports, fill rate reports and monthly sales by county reports • Managed customer contracts, major accounts database and compiled reports from company database • Proofed advertising copies for publication • Developed sales reports • Established a tracking system for furniture orders and shipments Workshops, Seminars and Committees: International Students & Scholars Visiting Scholars Training, 2010 Human Relations and Social Behavior Class, SCI Training, 2010 Banner Training, Purdue, 2010 Connect Training, Purdue, 2010 COGNOS Training, Purdue, 2009 Graduate School Fellowship Workshop, Purdue, 2009 Workplace Development, GCF LearFree.org, 2009 Stress, Sanity, and Survival, iVillage.com, 2009 FERPA & GLBA Certification Training, Purdue, 2009 Thesis Format Advisor Training, Purdue, 2009 Connect Training, Purdue, 2009 ACE Program, Purdue, will begin program in September 2009 Graduate School ApplyYourself Task Force for Revising the Admission Application, Purdue, 2009 Unitime Training, Purdue, 2009 Thesis Format Training, Purdue, 2009 Graduate Student Payroll Orientation, Purdue, 2009 Violence in the Workplace Workshop, Purdue, 2009 What's Age Got To Do With It? Generational Diversity in the Workplace, Purdue, 2009 Excel 2007, GCFLearnFree.org, 2009 The Indispensible Assistant Workshop, SkillPath, 2008 DTI (Designated Trained Individual) Certification Workshop, Purdue REM, 2008 Banner Training, Purdue, 2008 BALOTS Training, Purdue, 2008 Graduate School Fellowship Workshop, Purdue, 1999-2006 and 2008 ApplyYourself Training, Purdue, 1999 and 2008 The Women’s Workshop, SkillPath, 2007 FERPA & GLBA Certification Training, Purdue, 2007 FileMaker Pro Workshop, Purdue, 2007 Microsoft 2007 Workshop, Purdue, 2007 Customer Service Workshop, 1994 and 2002 Graduate School ApplyYourself Task Force for developing the Admission Application, Purdue, 1999 Purdue Online Management Certification Program, Purdue, 1999 Graduate School Task Force for developing the Electronic Plan of Study, Purdue, 1998 How to Recruit Graduate Students Workshop, 1995 How to Sale and Teach the Printing Business, 1994 Quality Customer Service Workshop, 1993 How to Deal with Difficult People Seminar, 1992
West Lafayette, Indiana, United States
Arden Marcell - Freelance Graphic Design & Poster Design
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$40
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Freelance Graphic Designer for JSA Promos and Prints Resume Dear Sir or Madam Your position for the graphic design would benefit from someone with strong skill set in Adobe creative suite, and an understanding relationship between graphic design and the client. These skills, coupled with my formal education in graphic design, would serve your company well. Over my four years of study, I have learned and perfected the principles of design, printing and computer software. I have gained knowledge and improved my skills in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign by making brochures, posters, business packages, t-shirt design, magazine layouts, book covers and CD covers. I have a working knowledge of Adobe Dreamweaver, building websites and making web banners. My internship experience with the UWF Recreation and Sport Services has taught me the importance of communicating and translating a client’s idea into a visual product. My internship experience and education has helped to prepare me to excel in the graphic design industry. This cover letter does not do justice to the graphic design that I am capable of. I would love to discuss my education and experience in person. Please consider me as a candidate for the Graphic Design Position. Thank you for your time and I look forward to speaking with you. Sincerely yours, Arden Marcell Arden Marcell Resume Enclosed OBJECTIVE To obtain the Graphic Design position, putting to work my strong graphic design, and client relationship skills. EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, May 2012 • University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL • Major: Graphic Design Associate of Arts and Science, December 2009 • Florida State College at Jacksonville, FL • General Education FREELANCE Graphic Designer, JSA Promos & Prints, Jacksonville, FL, August 2012 to Present • Taking Photographs for Web Stores • Edit Photographs for Web Stores • Designed Logo • Placed Logos on Merchandises • Designed Holiday Card • Successfully organized, scheduled to meet production deadlines • Update and re-designed catering menus INTERNSHIP Graphic Design Intern, UWF Recreation and Sports Services, Pensacola, FL, May 2011 to May 2012. • Experience with meeting clients needs through understanding purpose of piece • Successfully organized, scheduled to meet production deadlines • Research trends • Strengthened my skills in Adobe Creative Suite • Created cohesive campaigns • Posters, Flyers, and Brochures • T-shirt designs • Invitations and Newsletters • Taking photographs EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Cashier and Barista, Panera Bread, Jacksonville, FL, July 2006 to 2009 • Displayed strong customer service, working with patrons • Sharpened attention to detail, when preparing customer desired orders COMPUTER SKILLS • Familiar with Adobe software • Familiar with internet application such as Internet Explorer, FireFox and Safari REFERENCES Sharon Smith Sales, JSA Promos & Prints 2727 Atlantic Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32207 (904) 398-7072 Ext 117 Raquel Crummit District Manger Florida JSA Promos & Prints Cell# (904)-994-5824 Office# (305)-414-8949 Annina Dahlstrom Coordinator, Marketing and Technology UWF Recreation and Sports Services Bldg. 72 11000 University Pkwy Pensacola, FL 32514 (850)-474-2860
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Faunagraphic - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
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Based In Sheffield, UK. Faunagraphic specializes in creative projects which include the use of graffiti, spray can art, and design. Faunagraphic can oversee many creative projects which are inspired or want to include graffiti, murals, graphic design, illustration and street art. We plan strategic ways of attracting new audiences with the use of spraycan art and murals. * Large scale promotional murals * Interior Murals * Live Painting - Promotional graffiti artwork at events * Building/ Theme Park Environments and paintings * Graphic design * Illustration * Clothing Design Some Clients Include *Brugal Rum (Domincan Republic) *Gadget Show (Uk) *Protect my Bubble (uk) *FLM loans (uk) *Wet Paint Productions (uk) *Toms Shoes (USA) *Selfridges
Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Shigeo Hino - Freelance Japanese Translation & Proofreading
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Kudos
2.5
2 Skills
$15
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Shigeo Hino E-mail: shigeoh40@msn.com Uluhaku St. Home Phone: (808) 262-1196 Kailua, HI 96734 Cellular Phone:(808) 294-9257 Objective: Position as a fulltime/part-time translator using my Japanese/English bilingual skills. Education: March 1964 Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Kobe Japan Bachelor of Arts (English major) Computer skills: able to handle WORD and basic computer skills in Japanese and English. Language: Native speaker of Japanese with fluency in English Experiences: September 1999 to present, Self-employed Christian pastor at the Original Gospel Makuya (Tabernacle) of Hawaii. In the meantime, worked as a part-time teacher at Manoa Japanese Language School for about five years. Translator of a Christian TV programs to translate from Japanese to English for about six years. Also had some other part-time jobs.
Ewa Beach, Hawaii, United States
Alexander Almuhanna Al-Ajluni - Freelance Translation & Manual Writing
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$100
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A+ Arabic Translator / Interpreter (Los Angeles ) I am a freelance Arabic/English translator/interpreter available for hire. I would be delighted to assist you with your Arabic/English language projects in areas such as: - Document translation. - Document (Arabic) proofreading and/or editing - Document summary (English summary of Arabic documents) - Web search/research (of Arabic web sites) - Consecutive Interpreting (at meetings with Arabic clients, etc.) I am available for on-site work in most of the Bay Area, or can work off-site via phone/fax/email/etc. My rates vary depending on the subject matter (e.g. complexity), volume, and required turn-around time, but in general, I believe I am very reasonably priced compared to other language service companies. Here is a general idea of my fee range: - Translation: - $0.75 per word - Consecutive Interpreting: $100 per hour (Minimum 4 hrs) - Other jobs: $ 100 per hour (Minimum: off-site 2 hrs, on-site 4 hrs)
San Pedro, California, United States
Nathan Center - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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At thirty five years old I am returning to college for the second time with a look toward economic philosophy. In the years intervening I have worked in that fashion so often attributed to authors and poets. That is to say my life experience encompasses more than most. I have worked in the manufacture of aircraft and refitting of aircraft for Eclipse Aviation. That job was available because prior to Eclipse I worked as Topman and a Senior Crewman for airship companies like High Degree Operations and the Lightship Group.If you happened to see a sporting event like golf or college football with aerial photography provided by Snoopy 1 or 2 (met-life ) or any of the Saturn airships and the ING and Outback ships too, chances are good I had and hand in it. In addition to learning the basics of air-frame modification and maintenance I also acted as liaison between the RF receivers on the ground and the directors and producers of whatever network might be broadcasting the event. These experiences, with just a splash of nepotism, landed me in the Film Mechanics Union (AITSE) local #480 in New Mexico, working with Art Directors as a Set Painter and Utility Tech for the films "No Country For Old Men" and "Gamer" among others. Those jobs were valuable to be sure but there are many other people and places I have been fortunate enough to meet and enjoy out side of work, in the business of life if you will. Like any wanderer I have been to the murky depths of human desperation, fighting for the rights to a dumpster for dinner, too, I have seen the glories of a life well lived culminating at pinnacles and towers of new nobility. All of this makes my perspective rare and my insights worth hearing. From the shame of the downtrodden to the veiled guilt and insecurity of the rich I have watched and learned, always looking for experience I have yet to gain, reaching for the images and words to put them on paper. Now my wanderlust is sated, at least for now, and I can speak to almost any state of being and its redemption, its desecration or its fulfillment.
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