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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...
San Rafael, California, United States
TJ Sullivan - Freelance 3D Animation & Storyboarding
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TJ Sullivan - Character Animator, Director, Illustrator, Storyboard Artist As a 3D character animator and illustrator, I have over 15 years of experience in the animation industry. My experience ranges from storyboarding and character design for both television and film (cartoony and photorealistic), through 3D character animation, directing (and occasionally vocal work). Recently I...
San Rafael, California, United States
Heidi Perry - Freelance Animation & 3D Animation
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San Rafael, California, United States

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Rachel Danielle Peterson - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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CURRICULUM VITAE CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION July 2009 - August 2011 Ashland University, Ashland, OH Pursued a MFA in Poetry through the university's low-residency program. My thesis adviser was Peter Campion, and Ruth Schwartz served on my thesis committee. My thesis is a collection of poetry. Sept 2005 - May 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Graduated upon thesis completion with an MA in Theology, but the degree is academic approach to the interdisciplinary study of religion. Scott Holland was my thesis adviser. Major academic courses highlights: Films, Novels, & Theology, Modernity, Post-Modernity & Belief, Hebrew, and Religion as a Source of Terror & Transformation Thesis Title: “Re-Mythologizing as a Tool for Postmodern Christianity.” Sept 1999 - June 2005, Wright State University, Dayton, OH Graduated summa *** laude with a dual major of English/Religion (BA). Major academic courses highlights: Creative Writing, Plato Seminar, C.S. Lewis, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Eastern Religions, The Problem of Evil, Shakespeare's Tragedies, and Ancient Mythology. Completed University Honors designation through course work and special project for each major (poetry collection and research paper). My honors advisers were Gary Pacernick (poetry) and Valerie Stoker (religion). OCCUPATION Sept 2013 – July 2016, Northern Marianas College, Saipan, MP English Instructor, Language and Humanities Classes taught: English Language Institute Reading and Writing courses (EN 072, EN 082, EN093, EN094), English Composition (EN 101 and 202), Intro to Literature (EN 150), Introduction to Philosophy (PI 202), and Literature of the Pacific (EN 250, and Intro to Communication (CO 210). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources, several courses were online as well. I have taken part in Hiring Committee as well as ad hoc committees. I also advised a weekly creative writer’s club off campus that was open to the whole community. I have been a guest speaker at local high schools to teach workshops on Creative Writing and aid in recruitment efforts. Sept 2007 – Aug 2013, Clark State Community College, Springfield, OH Adjunct Instructor, Arts & Sciences Classes taught: Developmental Writing (CPE 071 & CPE 072), Intro to English (ENG 111), Intro to Poetry (ENG 241). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources. Furthermore, I served as a faculty mentor to students in the college’s creative writers’ club for three years. The club published a yearly literary journal called Shards. Sept 2006 - June 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Student Coordinator of Peace Forum Duties included: planning meals, introducing speakers, moderating discussions, and coordinating volunteers at this weekly forum, which included Earlham College as well as the Bethany community. Sept 2004 - June 2005, NEXUS, WSU’s Literary Journal, Dayton, OH Assistant Editor Duties included: reading submissions, proofing poems, advertising for the journal, and formatting each issue. The magazine also started a weekly poetry workshop. Sept 2001 - Dec 2003, WSU’s University Writing Center, Dayton, OH Writing Consultant Guided students through one-on-one writing sessions to define and address problem areas. ______________________________________________________________________________ VOLUNTEER SERVICE Jan 2003 - April 2004, Brethren Volunteer Service, On Earth Peace, New Windsor, MD Decade to Overcome Violence Coordinator & Program Assistant to OEP Duties included: maintaining the denomination’s DOV network (an initiative of the World Council of Churches), attending staff meetings (facilitating when necessary), representing OEP and DOV at various events, working with the Internet, using word processors, preparing bulk mailings, writing articles, facilitating workshops, and editing articles when necessary. I received formal mediation, group facilitation, applied ethics, nonviolence, and anti-racism training. ______________________________________________________________________________ INTERNSHIP March 2013 – Sept 2013 The Review Review, online writer's resource edited by Becky Tuch, located at: www.thereviewreview.net Maintained an online presence through social media, contributed publishing tips, compiled questions for monthly lit mag quizzes, dates of latest workshops and writing retreats, researched possible sponsors as well as the latest books on the craft of writing. ACTIVITIES/MEMBERSHIP 2015 -2016. Member of The International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh). Completed August 9, 2014. “How Writers Write Poetry: Talk on Craft and Commitment,” an online course offered by The Writing University at the University of Iowa: http://courses.writinguniversity.org 2014 – present. Contributing Editor at Poet’s Quarterly: http://www.poetsquarterly.com/ 2013 – present, Member of VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts. AWARDS A Girl’s a Gun was chosen by Lisa Williams as the winner of the 2017 University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series and will be published by the same press Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellow, August 6th -September 16th 2017 at the Vermont Studio. “New Year’s” and “Redbird” were nominated for Best New Poets 2014 by Ashland University. 2014, Cleft was an Honourable Mention for the 2014 Joanna Cargill Coconut Book Prize for a First Book. 2013, Cleft of Sky, was chosen as a Semi-finalist for the Trio Award for the First/Second Book by Trio House Press, judged by Mihaela Moscaliuc. 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” nominated by The Los Angeles Review for Best New Poets. 2012, Nominated for and completed Clark State's Adjunct Faculty Leadership Institute 2010, Represented Ashland University at Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference in Washington, D.C. 2006, Elected to Bethany’s student government and represented the school at the Mennonite Writer’s Conference in Bluffton, OH 2005, Most Outstanding Student in the Department of Religion (WSU) 2005, Short story wins second runner up and a cash prize from WSU’s annual contest. 2004-2005, The National Dean’s List Dean’s List (every quarter at WSU) WSU Honor’s Program Golden Key National Honor Society PUBLICATIONS A Girl’s a Gun will be published as part of the University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series in November 2017. “Elegy of the Gun V.” was on display in the Poetry Leaves Exhibition, May 2-31, 3027, and published in the Poetry Leaves bound volume, sponsored by Waterford Township Public Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan. “Harlan County,” was published in the April 2017 edition of Front Porch Journal, literary journal of Texas State University's MFA Program. The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: CARLY SIMON,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 16, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-carly-simon/ The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: PAT BENATAR,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 9, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-pat-benatar/ The thought piece, “Some Myths Must Break,” was published on January 4, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/some-myths-must-break/ The essay, “Innovation,” was published in the Spring 2015 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2015/04/innovation.html The poem, “Fragments of Joan XVI, ” was published in Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed a media event from Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies at Clemson University, Summer of 2014. The essay, “For People,” was published in the Summer 2014 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2014/07/for-people.html March 21, 2014.“Why I Wasn’t Supposed to be Born,” a poem published in Revolver, a literary arts organization based in Lowertown, St. Paul. http://www.around-around.com/author/rachel-peterson/ 2014. “Redbird” was published first in The Burden of Light: Poems on Illness and Loss, edited by Tanya Chekhov and released in March 2014. https://soundcloud.com/foreword-literary/rachel-peterson-red-bird-the 2013. “Fragments of Joan XI.” a poem published in Her Royal Majesty, a Paris-based literary arts magazine, “Luck” Issue 13, Summer 2013. 2013, The Review Review, a review magazine based out of Pittsburgh, publishing tips: “Viva Vida! Lit Mags That Challenge Sexism,” “Ranking Lit Mags, Ranking Writing,” “Out of Africa: Lit Mags Related to Africa and Diaspora,” and “Mighty Thunder from Down Under: Australian Lit Mags and Literary Resources.” http://www.thereviewreview.net/ 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” a poem published in The Los Angeles Review, a semi-annual literary journal based in Los Angeles, March 2013. 2013, “On the Burning of a Statue of Jesus,” a poem published in Midwestern Gothic,is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan in Issue 8 and included an online interview: http://midwestgothic.com/2013/02/contributor-spotlight-rachel-danielle-peterson 2012, “Harlan County,” a poem published in Arsenic Lobster, a Chicago based literary journal, Issue Thirty, Winter 2012. 2011,"Ink," Literary Imagination, Vol. 13.3 (2011). Published by Oxford University Press, based in London, UK. 2011, MFA Thesis: Burn, a collection of poetry. 2007, Master's Thesis: "Re-Mythologizing: A Tool for Post Modern Theology." LANGUAGE SKILL German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Greek, and Maori. TRAVEL/INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 2014, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Seattle, WA. 2012, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Chicago, IL. 2007, Cross-Cultural Trip to Kenya, arranged by Bethany Seminary. 2006, Attendance at the Shakespearean Festival in Stratford (Canada). 2004, Represented OEP at the UN-sponsored Conference on Women and Religion, New York, NY. 2004, Christian Peacemaking Team (CPT) Delegation to Israel/Palestine. 2002, Studied for a semester abroad in Heidelberg, Germany. 2002, Taizé International Gathering in Budapest, Hungary, arranged by Earlham College. 2001, Young Adult Workcamp to the Taizé monastic community in France.
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Perry Milou - Freelance Painting & Art
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PERRY MILOU IS ARGUABLY ONE OF THE NATION’S TOP EMERGING CONTEMPORARY POP ARTISTS. CRITICS AND COLLECTORS HAVE HAILED HIS BOLD, VIBRANT PALETTE OVER THE PAST 20 YEARS. BORN AND BRED IN PHILADELPHIA, MILOU CONTINUES TO EXPLORE POP IMAGERY AND AS THE WORLD ENTERS YEAR 2010, HIS PROLIFIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS CONTINUE TO MOUNT AND INSPIRE. MILOU IS A TALENTED FORWARD THINKER. HIS BODY OF WORK HAS OFTEN BEEN DESCRIBED AS “ALLURING”, “BRILLIANT”, “GLAMOROUS” AND “VIBRANT.” HE CREATES A BLEND OF POP CULTURE CONTEMPORARY ART, THAT IS OFTEN A TRIBUTE TO ICONS, ATHLETES AND CELEBRITIES. MILOU’S CURRENT STYLE IS SIMPLY CALLED ”RAIN”, THE SPONTANEOUS VERTICAL RUNNING OF HIS OILS. THIS PARTNERED WITH HIS INCORPORATION OF SWAROVSKI CRYSTALS IS CUTTING EDGE AND EXTREMELY UNIQUE TO THE ARTIST. MILOU EMPLOYS A RICH PALETTE TO CREATE VIBRANT REPRESENTATIONAL WORKS IN MULTIPLE GENRES. “MY AESTHETIC TODAY IS ABOUT FANTASY. THE WORK IS BOLD, EXCITING, AND GRAPHIC, IN YOUR FACE WITH VIBRANT COLORS “SAYS MILOU. ”I WANT MY WORK TO EVOKE AN AURA OF BEAUTIFUL FEELINGS. HIS MOST CURRENT SERIES, “ LOVER LIPS ” IS A COLLECTION OF LARGE ICONIC POP PUCKERS! PAINTED IN MILOU’S MOST RECENT RAIN STYLE, HE ILLUSTRATES BOTH CLASSIC AND CONTEMPORARY LIPS SUCH AS SOPHIA LOREN, BRIGITTE BARDOT & ANGELINA JOLIE. ANOTHER NOTEWORTHY SERIES IS HIS “VEGAS ICON PLAYING CARDS,” A DECK OF ULTRA POP OILS COMPLETE WITH SWAROVSKI CRYSTALS AND DECOUPAGE QUOTED BORDERS. (SEE CONCEPTS @ PERRYMILOU.COM THE PERSONABLE MILOU BEGAN HIS CAREER AS A PAINTER AND HIS LONG LIFE PASSION FOR IT AT THE AGE OF FIVE. AS HE TELLS THE STORY, IT ALL STARTED IN THE IST GRADE, WHEN HE WAS ASKED TO CREATE A MURAL ON GIGANTIC SHEET OF BROWN CRAFT PAPER. YOUNG MILOU, CRAYONS IN HAND, STARTED DRAWING AND STARTLED EVERYONE IN SITE BY CREATING SOMETHING TRULY EXTRAORDINARY FOR AN ARTIST OF ANY AGE. NATURALLY HE WAS ASKE D TO FINISH REST OF THE PROJECT BY HIMSELF, WHICH YOU MIGHT SAY WAS HIS FIRST “COMMISSION.” WHILE IT WAS INDEED OBVIOUS THAT HE HAD A RARE GIFT, WHAT PERRY MILOU REMEMBERS MOST ABOUT THAT EXPERIENCE IS THAT AT THAT EXACT MOMENT, HE KNEW EXACTLY WHAT HE WANTED TO DO WITH HIS LIFE. AND BOY HAS HE DONE IT. HIS VISIONS AND HIS PASSIONS WERE SEEMINGLY ALWAYS INDIVIDUAL ONES, EVEN IN HIS DAYS AS A GRAPHICS ARTS MAJOR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, BFA 1985-90, WHERE HE WAS THE FIRST STUDENT IN THE COLLEGE’S HISTORY TO VIRTUALLY CREATE HIS OWN MAJOR. AS HE CONTINUES TO GO HIS OWN WAY, CREATING WHAT HE CALLS A” HYBRID” STYLE THAT DRAWS ON THE INFLUENCE OF JUST ABOUT EVERY ARTIST THAT EVOKED A FEELING IN HIM. THOSE WIDE RANGING INFLUENCES INCLUDE FRENCH IMPRESSIONISMS FAMED VANGOGH, THE RENAISSANCE MASTER BOTECELLI, BUT MOSTLY POP ART ICONS FROM THE SIXTIES, WARHOL, MAX, LICHENSTEIN, AND WESSELMAN.PERRY MILOU WILL BE THE FIRST TO TELL YOU THAT HE CAN AND WILL PAINT IN ANY STYLE, AND WHEN PAINT FINALLY DRIES TO CANVAS--BE IT A ROMANTIC SCENCE OF VENICE, A PORTRAIT OF ALLEN IVERSON, MEGAN FOX, OR PRESIDENT OBAMA—IS TOTALLY AND ABSOLUTELY A MILOU!! MILOU STATES, “ I PAINT WHAT I SEE, AND SEIZE WHAT I PAINT” IN 2003 MILOU FULFILLED AN ENDURING INSPIRATION, THE CREATION OF A GALLERY IN WHICH TO HOUSE HIS WORKS. THE PERRY MILOU GALLERY, LOCATED DIRECTLY OFF RITTENHOUSE SQUARE IN PHILADELPHIA OPENED ITS DOORS IN MAY OF 2003. WITH HIS NEW GALLERY ON THE MAP, MILOU RECEIVED A RARE OPPORTUNITY, A COMMISSION FROM THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART! RETAIL MERCHANDISE GURU AND PAST CLIEN FROM MILOUS 1999 CHILDREN'S STUDIO IN BALA CYNWYD, STUART GERSTEIN, TAPPED THE ARTIST TO CREATE LARGE OILS IN COLLABORATION WITH THE VANGOGH RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBIT AT THE MUSEUM. THE MUSEUM PURCHASED THE COPY RIGHT AND MILOUS VANGOGHESQUE T-SHIRTS AND JIGSAW PUZZLES STILL SELL TO THIS DAY AT PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. WITHIN 18TH MONTHS, A RISING REAL ESTATE BOOM FORCED PERRY OUT OF 18TH STREET, SO WITH GREAT ENERGY HE SIMULTANEOUSLY LAUNCHED A BOUTIQUE GALLERY ON 1805 CHESTNUT STREET NEXT DOOR TO RESTAURANTEUR VISIONARY STEPHEN STARR.’S CONTINENTAL MIDTOWN. WORKING IN A MUCH SMALLER SPACE, 600 SQUARE FEET WAS VERY DIFFICULT AND CHESTNUT STREET RAN ITS COURSE IN LATE 2006.THROUGH TRANSITION THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART CAME CALLING AGAIN, AND MILOU WAS COMMISSIONED TO CREATE A PORTRAIT OF FOUNDING FATHER BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TO COMMEMORATE HIS 300TH BIRTHDAY. THE POP OIL WAS PRESENTED AT A GALA EVENT AT THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER DURING THE SUMMER. AFTER A YEAR OF TRAVEL AND PAINTING OUTDOORS, THE PROLIFIC ARTIST SETS HIS EYES ON YET ANOTHER PRIZE, A 2200 SQ FT CHELSEA LIKE SPACE DIRECTLY ON RITTENHOUSE SQUARE. AND SO GALLERIA 1903 WAS CONCEIVED WITH PARTNER SURREALIST ARTIST THOMAS DELLAPENNA. IT WAS DISTINCTLY PHILADELPHIA'S ONLY REAL BOTTEGA OF WORKING FINE ARTISTS, WHILE EXHIBITING A STABLE OF REGIONAL AND NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED PAINTERS A LIKE . ALWAYS SEEKING OUT OF THE BOX EXPOSURE, MILOU COLLABORATED WITH LOCAL PRODUCTION COMPANIES N-SQUARED AND P.R DIVA KRISTA BARD TO LAUNCH THE HIGHLY CONTROVERSIAL RED HOTT EXHIBIT IN NOV 2007. THE ****** FINE ART SHOW DREW GREAT ATTENTION CAUSING A RIFT WITH THE ARTISTS LANDLORDS. THE UNLAWFUL EVICTION OF MILOU REMAINS IN QUESTION, AND CURRENTLY AS OF 2010 THE ARTIST HAS LAUNCHED A DISCRIMINATORY LAWSUIT AGAINST RITTENHOUSE PLAZA INCORPORATED. AN ARTIST ALWAYS ON THE MOVE, MILOU AND COLLEAGUE THOMAS DELLAPENNA SET THEIR SITES ON MIAMI IN 2008. THE REASON…. THE BURGEONING ART DISTRICT OF WYNWOOD, HOME TO WORLD RENOWN FAIR, ART BASEL. MILOU GALLERY LAUNCHED IN MAY 2008 ON NW 36 STREET NEIGHBORING INTERNATIONAL CURATOR BERNICE STEINBAUM .A YEAR STINT IN WYNWOOD WAS EXCITING AND SUCCESSFUL SEEING MILOU LAUNCH HIS HIGHLY ACCLAIMED INTERACTIVE CHARITY PROJECT “PUCKER UP’’ “ IN ADDITION MILOU GARNISHED REPRESENTATION FROM MAC ART GROUP, COMMISSIONED BY CEO PUBLISHING GIANT MARY ANN COHEN TO CREATE HIS OBAMA SERIES. IN MAY OF 2009 THE POP ARTIST RETURNED HOME SEEKING SOLITUDE OF A PRIVATE STUDIO AND CLOSER PROXIMITY TO THE EPICENTER OF THE ART WORLD, NEW YORK'S CHELSEA ART DISTRICT. PERRY MILOU REMAINS A PEOPLES ARTIST. HE CONSIDERS SHARING HIS NATURAL TALENT AN OBLIGATION TO GIVE BACK TO OUR SOCIETY. MILOU IS CONSTANTLY SEEKING TO COLLABORATE WITH NEW CHARITIES, PHILANTHROPIC AND CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS. HIS MOST CURRENT NOTE WORTHIES INCLUDE: THE NATIONAL HISPANIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYLVESTER COMPREHENSIVE CANCER RESEARCH CENTER, PHILADELPHIA MURAL ARTS FOUNDATION, CARDIOVASCULAR INSTITUTE OF PHILADELPHIA, SUSAN B KOMEN BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION, AND BREASTCANCER.ORG. PERRY MILOU CURRENTLY RESIDES IN PRINCETON NEW JERSEY WIFW HIS BEAUTIFUL WIFE ANGELA AND DAUGHTER FRANCESCA,,, HE PAINTS DAILY IN HIS STUDIO PURSUING NEW DREAMS AND GOALS IN HIS EVERY WAKING MOMENT
Trenton, New Jersey, United States
Corey Brown - Freelance Illustration & Digital Art
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Greetings Traveler, You have now entered the domain of *Epic Announcer Voice* Corey Brown! Ok ok enough of that haha!. Thank you for checking out my profile here in Freelanced.com. My name is Corey Brown and I am a FULL-TIME freelance Illustrator and Designer. I thrive on developing lasting relationships with my clients based on their satisfaction! I have a direct interest in digital illustration and game design.While painting anything is my passion, I very much enjoying painting anything in the Fantasy genre. I would LOVE to help illustrate your project, SO LET'S GET TO WORK! Warm regards, Corey Brown Email: Corey.FX.Brown@gmail.com
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Randy Rohn - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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randyrohn 5977 Laurel Ridge Drive Newburgh, IN 47630 Phone: 812.480.6788 randyrohn@wowway.com Samples: randyrohn.com My work was chosen as one of the Best American Mystery Stories 2009, I've been in numerous print anthologies including Baddest of the Bad, Ransom, Out of the Gutter Vols. 2 & 5. My horror novel, Hang on Sloopy was published in August 2011. objective To create work my clients can’t live without. To mold a creative department into something legendary. work history Sept. 1999 - November 2010? Senior Vice President/Executive Creative Director Keller Crescent Advertising (RIP) – Evansville, IN 0 – 450 creative awards in 10 years flat. Clients included Eureka Vacuums, Fruit of the Loom, Timber Wolf Moist Snuff, Heaven Hill Distilleries (Christian Bros. Brandies, Evan Williams, HPNOTIQ, etc), Quality Chekd Dairies, Sprint/Ubiquitel, Old National Bank, St. Mary's Hospital, Riverview Hospital, Baymont Inns and Suites 1995 - 1999 Vice President/Executive Creative Director Flynn, Sabatino & Day – Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio Clients included Brown-Foreman (Jekel Wines), Cincinnati Bell, Tradewinds Bottled Iced Teas, Skyline Chili, Fifth Third Banks, Ohio Casualty (AVOMARK) Insurance, Chi-Chis Margaritas, SMINT Mints, Lexis-Nexis 1993 – 1995 Associate Creative Director DDB Needham – Chicago, IL Clients included Wheaties, Vanish, Betty Crocker, Hamburger Helper 1991 - 1993 Creative Director of International Brands Tatham-Euro/RSCG – Chicago, IL Clients included Old Spice, Vidal Sassoon, Ameritech (Illinois Bell Telephone), Head & Shoulders Shampoo 1980 - 1991 Associate Creative Director Leo Burnett – USA, Chicago, IL Clients included Kellogg's Corn Flakes (author of Taste Them Again for the First Time), Diet 7UP, McDonald's, Product 19, Prell Shampoo, Eckrich Sausage 1980? Copywriter Melvin Simon and Associates – Indianapolis, IN Clients included over 50 shopping malls in the South, Midwest and East education 1979 Master of Science in Advertising Medill School of Journalism Northwestern University 1978 Bachelor of Arts in Radio/TV/Film Northwestern University awards I have over 600 local, regional, national and international awards under my belt and a few more on my shelf including Clio, International Festivals of New York, Webby, London International Advertising Awards, Houston International Film Festival, Regional and National Addys, W3, Retail Advertising Council, Summit, Silver Microphone, Telly, Global, Los Angeles Art Director's Club, Mobius, Windy, Aster, Communicator Award, Beverage Dynamics, National Healthcare Marketing Award. Awards were won for work in all media. books and magazines showcasing my stuff Creativity 14, Creativity 15, Creativity 26 (twice), Creativity 27 (three times), Creativity 28, Creativity 30 (four times), Creativity 31, Creativity 32 (seven times), Creativity 33 (three times), Creativity 34, Creativity 35 (ten times), Creativity 36 (sixteen times), Graphic Design USA 2006 (eleven times), Graphic Design USA 2007 (seventeen times), Graphic Design 2008 (twenty one times), Graphic Design 2009 (thirteen times), ADS Magazine, Art Director's Club of Los Angeles Annual, US Advertising Review, PRINT, "The Little Book of Layouts: Good Design and Why They Work," by David E. Carter, "Humor in Advertising: Exploring the Secrets of the Silly Sell," by Fred Beard and edited by Bess Vanrenen, Larry King in USA TODAY mentioned one of my ads as one of his favorites. games "Taste them again for the first time," the tagline written by me, is the answer to a "Trivial Pursuit" question. other advertising accomplishments Regional and local Addy judge, Telly Judge, Davey judge, W3 judge, regional student Addy judge. Board of Directors/AAF Greater Evansville. Elected to be a permanent and Founding Member of the Board of Directors, The International Academy of Visual Arts, November, 2006 International Academy of Visual Arts Creative Person of the Month
Newburgh, Indiana, United States
Mary Nissenson - Freelance Journalistic Writing & Article Writing
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Mary Nissenson is a writer with more than thirty years of experience, as a journalist, public relations and media specialist. A 7-time Emmy Award winner and recipient of the George Foster Peabody, she spent over a decade as a TV news correspondent, anchor and documentarian, specializing in the coverage of medicine and politics. Mary left television news to form her own bicoastal communications company, which served as the principle architect of the highly successful National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A summa *** laude graduate of Vassar, with a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, she has received over 100 professional honors, including selection as one of the "Socially Responsible Entrepreneurs of the Year" by INC Magazine and induction into the Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame.
Sausalito, California, United States
Eddievan - Freelance Logo Design & Ad Design
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I have experience in video editing, photo editing, logo design, business card design, web design and ad creation for both online and print. I have had some experience with SQL databases. I have excellent writing skills, a great eye for photography and years of outside sales experience with online and print advertising.
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada
Haydn Lock - Freelance Cartooning & Caricature Art
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I bear no resemblance to the musician, Franz Joseph Haydn. I am tone death, so that disabled any opportunities of a music career. Fortunately I still have an output for my creatively, this comes in writing and illustration. I am on a mission to get something published. So far everything I have done has been rejected, so I have setup a website to promote an awareness of my ideas. So please explore my website. Please forward it on to your friends to increase my popularity. Kind Regards Haydn I am often asked where my ideas come from. The truth is from no where. My school teachers always told me I would get no where with my cartoons. To get no where takes some discipline. I have got no where many times and enjoy being there So how to get no where?. I let go of my worries and ignore the distractions of other people’s affairs. Nothing must disturb me. You see most cartoonist are already disturbed. I allow time to ponder. After a long day selling shoes, resolving customer queries and struggling to get by, desperately fighting to find my own space in the public transport system, my mind retreats in to a day dream. As I escape from the chatters of commuters and the grinding noises of traffic, I wait in a comfortably numb state of mind. Then a odd moment triggers some ideas. This moment could be a split second where a word amoungst the chitter chatters is said or a curious noise happens and then fiction washes over me. Then I need to be some where urgently. That place is home, where I barge past the wife, trip over one cat and kick the other, dive for the broken, used and abused lap top and CREATE. Love light and peace.
London, London, United Kingdom