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Bil Hardenberger - Freelance 3D Animation & Book Illustration
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I would like to take my 15 years of unique experience in preparing instructional media as an eLearning designer, a 3D modeler, animator, and graphic designer to help develop and create mind blowing and effective deliverables that really do what they are designed to do, teach, inform, and communicate effectively. Summary and Qualifications I am a visual communications professional with a...
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Fabio Dupree - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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303 Kirkland Drive Apt.A Richmond, VA 23227 (804) 586-9735 Dear. Mr/Mrs My name is Fabio Dupree and I' am most interested in joining your company. I'm very talented in the Graphic Design, Broadcast Graphics, Multimedia, and 3d animation field. I obtained an Associates of Applied Science Degree, and achieved a Bachelors of Digital Entertainment and Game Design Degree from ITT...
Richmond Virginia, Virginia, United States
Rob Hall - Freelance 3D Animation & Book Cover Design
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I have more than 14 years experience in design and marketing, everything from Web site development to business collateral, as well as, entire campaigns including print, web, and television. Additionally, I am a versatile designer and I dedicate myself to understanding clients’ needs with the aim of translating those very ideas into a presentation that is both cutting edge and inspiring, as...
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Rachael Glasgow - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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Rachael Glasgow Notable Projects: o 2011 - "The Lost Sheep", Animated Short, Silver Winner of 2011 Brass Ring Awards Show o 2011 – “Life of The Small”, awarded and chosen for VCU undergraduate research grant to record microscopic life under a video microscope over the course of 2011-2012. Research and artistic exploration will be presented to a large audience in November 2012. o 2011...
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Burt Falgui - Freelance 3D Animation & Multimedia
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Richmond, Virginia, United States

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Christine Shepherd - Freelance Product Photography & Photo Editing
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$15
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Education: Randolph Community College, Asheboro, North Carolina Photographic Technology; Bio-communications, will graduate July 2013 Courses include: Composition and Design, Photographic Processes, Portrait Lighting, Product Lighting, Digital Imaging, Corrections and Finishing, Large format, Macro Photography, Photojournalism and Multimedia Production. Related Employment: February 2013-July 2013 Intern TriGroup Studios, High Point, North Carolina • Lighting furniture and room scenes to best represent the product. • Photographed products to the satisfaction of my supervisor and clients using Phase One digital backs with Capture One software. • Assisted lead photographers on photo shoots both in studio and on location. • Retouched images and created clipping paths in Photoshop. Computer and Equipment Competencies: • Lightroom • Photoshop for Mac and PC • Capture One • Adobe Premiere • Final Cut Pro • 35mm, 120mm, and large format film and cameras • Small and Deep tank processing (D-76, HC-110) • Black and white as well as color printing from negatives. • Imacon film scanners. • Fuji UV/IR • Proficient with Cannon camera systems • Familiar with Nikon camera systems. • Canon Speedlites • Speedotron lighting systems. • Broncolor lighting systems. • Photogenics and Hensel monolight systems. • Epson inkjet printers. • Eye-one calibration system.
Pittsboro, North Carolina, United States
David Evans - Freelance Writing & Proofreading
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I hold a BA in English and was an English teacher. I am new to the freelancing world though I have extensive editing experience from both my days in college and teaching. I can copy edit as well as edit for content, language, etc. I am proficient in MLA. I've held a couple of positions in the public sector where I was responsible for compiling and submitting annual reports for both environmental and operational purposes. I contributed frequently to newsletters and often edited those newsletters. Resume Capabilities • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Excellent editorial skills including proofreading and copy editing • Self motivated • Detail oriented • Willing to listen to criticism and learn Achievements • Served as staff reporter, news section editor, and sports section editor for college newspaper • Served on the editorial board for a college publication • Edited a novel • Several poems published in various publications • Compiled and wrote numerous professional reports, each with a differing style Education • Bachelor’s of Arts in English from Plymouth State University, Class of 2004 Work History 2011 to Current Beginning to End Writing and Editing Services, LLC Owner and Freelance Editor/Writer 2011 to Current Town of Kittery, Maine – Department of Public Works Laborer 2006 to 2010 City of Belleair Beach, Florida – Public Works Department Crew Leader/Foreman 2005 to 2006 Oxford Health Plans Dedicated Group Service Associate 1997 to 2005 State of New Hampshire – Division of Parks and Recreation Park Manager References Available Upon Request
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States
Jadzia Hawke - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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I really enjoy writing in general, and am able to write just about anything from a funny blog post to a dramatic novel. Need things done quickly? I'm your girl. I work very well with deadlines and have NEVER been late on a deadline involving writing. I have been writing for about 15 years and have had a couple of poems published. Now, I'm in the process of getting my first novel published. I do research on the topic I'm writing about to make sure I have all the needed information to write the best product possible.
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Farid Alkhafaji - Freelance Arabic Translation & Language Translation
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Farid F. Alkhafaji 107 East Crest Way, Madison, AL 35758 Email: ffa0001@alumni.uah.e PERSONAL PROFILE Presently, I am working for i3 Corporation, Huntsville Alabama as an English-Arabic and Arabic- English translator, Interpreter, and cultural advisor. I translate English technical manuals (Fixed and rotary wing aircrafts maintenance manuals) into Iraqi Arabic. I am the senior interpreter in all Middle East contract negotiations and business conferences i3 sponsors with Iraqi and Arab (Saudi, Libyan) senior officials. I teach Iraqi Arabic to my i3 colleagues to enhance their job performance and interaction with our customers. In addition, I provide extensive consultation to the senior management on the intricacies of the political factions, tribal, and cultural influences on conducting business in the Middle East and particularly in Iraq. I am an American citizen with two Master’s Degrees in English from the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) and from Washington International University. I have more than six years of experience in teaching Iraqi Arabic dialect and Iraqi traditions and customs to U.S. military and civilians deployed in Iraq. During the operation Iraq Freedom, under contract with L3 Corporation I was assigned to work with U.S. and coalition forces in Iraq. From 2005-2007, I worked for U.S. and NATO senior officers as an interpreter, translator, and cultural advisor. As part of my service to U.S. military forces I was primarily assigned duties as linguist/interpreter for meetings and negotiations with senior Iraqi and U.S. government officials and as an instructor. Under the supervision of the U.S. military officers, I was the lead linguist/integrator for the development, training and operation of the first Iraqi National Command Center. I taught Iraqi army officer’s computer skills and English Language at the Iraqi Ministry of Defense. At the end of 2007 as an appreciation to my services and strongly endorsed by my U.S. military senior officer supervisors, the U.S. Government issued my family an immigrant visa under the DOD linguist/interpreter visa program. A few months after my arrival to the U.S. from 2008-2012, I was hired by QinetiQ Corp, North America as a translator, interpreter, and cultural advisor to handle the technical translation, cultural needs, and instruction to our employees deployed in Iraq. In July 2012, I was hired by i3 Corp to the same responsibilities I performed for QinetiQ Corporation of North America. In 1994, I graduated from the college of languages in Baghdad and received my B.A. in English language. After graduation, I began my compulsory military service in the Iraqi Army for 18 months. Being specialized in English language, I was selected to teach English for cadets in the Iraqi Military College. After I was discharged from the army, I worked independently as English and Arabic language tutor until 1999. In 1999, I moved to Jordan and worked as an English language teacher in Al-Arabi Language Institute and also worked in the field of translation for one year. In 2000, I contracted with the Libyan Ministry of Education as an English Language teacher. I worked there until 2005. I am prepared to relocate and travel in pursuit of the challenging duties. Teaching is my passion and I especially enjoy working with and mentoring young professionals and members of the military. My work since my arrival in the U.S. and my extended family in Iraq have allowed me to stay current on issues and developments in the Middle East. I firmly believe that learning the Arabic language is only the beginning for a student. The knowledge of the cultural and tribal influences is essential to being an effective Arabic linguist. LANGUAGE SKILLS 1. Arabic Fluent – Understand, Speak, Read, and write 2. English Fluent – Understand, Speak, Read, and write 3. Tested and passed in Arabic language teaching. 4. Tested and passed in Arabic and English interpretation and translation 5. Excellent knowledge in translation of Military Operational/Tactical terminology and engineering technical translations COMPUTER SKILLS MS word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, Windows Operation System, Hardware and software Installation. WORK/ PROFESSIONAL HISTORY Teaching Experience Teaching Arabic Language/Iraqi Arabic to i3 employees deployed in Iraq, 2012- present, Huntsville, Alabama. Teaching Arabic Language/Iraqi Arabic to QinetiQ North America employees deployed in Iraq, 2008-2012, Huntsville, Alabama. Teaching English Language, Computer skills (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel) to the Iraqi military at the Iraqi MoD under the supervision of the U.S. Army instructors, Baghdad, Iraq. 2005-2007 Teaching English in Sirt University and the Higher Institute of Teachers’ Preparation, Sirt, Libya 2000-2005. Teaching English as a tutor in Baghdad, Iraq. 1996-1999 Teaching English Language in the Iraqi Military College I, Baghdad, Iraq. 1994-1996. Translation and Interpretation Experience Technical Translator & Interpreter (Rotary Wing & Fixed Wing/ maintenance technical manuals) i3, 2012- current. Technical Translator & Interpreter (Rotary Wing & Fixed Wing/ maintenance technical manuals), QinetiQ North America 2008/2012. English – Arabic and Arabic- English Translator and Interpreter, U.S. Department of Defense, Operations Section, Iraq, Baghdad, 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Command Post Exercise, Baghdad, 2005-2007. Lead translator for the Prime Minister’s Iraqi National Command and Operations Center, Baghdad, Iraq 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraq Ministry of Defense & Ministry of Interior, Baghdad, Iraq. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraqi Army Force Generation Integrated Product Team, Baghdad, Iraq. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraqi National Security Council for Training, Baghdad. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraqi Tactical Training Integrated Product Team, Baghdad. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Basic Desert Protector Training Course, East Falluja, Al-Anbar, Iraq. 2005-2007. MEMBERSHIPS • Iraqi Translators Association member • NLSC member
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Thomas Moore, Ph.D. - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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Counseling and Evaluation Services Thomas L. Moore, Ph.D., LPC, NCSP 1711 Hermitage Dr. Florence, AL 35630 (205-910-2233) __________________________ To: Whom It May Concern: I am happy to announce the relocation of my private counseling practice to the Shoals-Birmingham area. I’ve been a licensed professional counselor and board-certified school psychologist with over 35 years of experience, primarily in the Shoals and Birmingham communities, in a variety of occupational settings with eclectic populations of individuals, encompassing a wide spectrum of mental disorder, challenges and needs. I’ll be providing individual and group psychotherapy modalities to address life challenges resulting from • Mental and nervous disorders • Alcohol and drug abuse or addiction • Family and marital conflicts • Stress management problems resulting from life-stage and developmental crises • School learning and/or behavioral problems, K3-Young Adult • Correctional offenders recidivism challenges (pre and post-release programs) • Employee Assistance Programs with trauma debriefing/CISD response experience If you are familiar with individuals who are experiencing mental and emotional difficulties who might benefit from counseling, please consider referring to my practice. I will be happy to consult with you before referring to assess needs and or strategies for interventions. With appropriate releases between the client and yourself, I can be authorized to discuss progress or lack thereof with you. I am looking forward to assisting you and your clients with “solution-focused” counseling services which will provide them with effective strategies to address their mental, emotional, and spiritual challenges to a purposeful life. Sincerely, Tom Moore, Ph.D., LPC, NCSP RESUME Thomas L. Moore, Ph.D., LPC, NCSP 1711 Hermitage Dr. Florence, AL 35630 __________________________ Work Experience: ? Private practice: Psychotherapy and developing intervention programs 1711 Hermitage Dr., Florence, AL 35630 (205-910-2233) ? Psychologist: East Mississippi Correctional Facility Meridian, MS 7/04 – 11/10 10641 Hwy 80 West, Meridian, MS 39307(601-485-5255) Contact: Dr. Ricardo Gillispie, Assistant Warden for Programs Psychological assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning for mentally ill inmates at a psychiatric correctional facility. Also provide individual and group psychotherapy, complemented by program development. ? Private practice: 7/03-07/04, Psychotherapy and developing intervention programs, psychological assessments for personal injury, SSI and DHR. ? School Psychologist: Hall County School System Gainesville, GA 1/03 - 7/03 711 Green St., Gainesville, GA 30501 (770-534-1080) Contact: Dr. Mary Parks, Director of Student Services Provided psycho-educational assessment and program development services for special needs students in K-12 grades. ? Employee Assistance Director: University of Alabama-Birmingham Center for Psychiatric Medicine, AL 9/98 - 5/ 02 1713 6th Ave. South, Birmingham, AL 35294 (205-934-7008) Contact: David Allen, JD, MPH, Center Director Provided comprehensive employee assistance counseling and program development services to the Hoover City School System. ? Southeast Regional Employee Assistance Coordinator: Reynolds Metals Company Sheffield, AL 9/85 - 9/97 Provided southeast regional coverage of employee assistance counseling and program development services to plants and complementary locations for a major aluminum manufacturing corporation. ? Adjunct Professor at University of North Alabama, School of Education, 1991- Present Taught courses in Counselor Education and Education: Undergraduate an graduate courses in Educational Psychology; Counseling Techniques; Counseling Practicum; Psychological Assessment (also taught graduate level courses at University of Montevallo, AL in Assessment and Evaluation for Teachers; Child Development; and Learning, 1975) ? School Psychologist: Elmore County Board of Education Wetumpka, AL 8/80 - 9/85 Provided psycho-educational assessment and program development services for special needs students in K-12 grades. ? Counselor: Self-employed Florence, AL 8/78 - 8/80 Private counseling practice. ? Psychotherapist: Marshall-Jackson Mental Health Center Guntersville, AL 7/76 - 8/78 Performed counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, groups of self-referred clients and transition program coordination for discharged patients from state psychiatric hospitals. ? Lt., Military Intelligence: US Army N/A, AL 6/69 - 2/72 Military Intelligence advisor for South Vietnamese military counter-intelligence efforts, Republic of South Vietnam, Bronze Star, Honorable discharge, 2/71-2/72. Educational Experience: Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 1984: Vocational Evaluation, Rehabilitative Counseling graduate level course while employed at Elmore County Board of Education University of North Alabama, 1979-80: Teacher Certification coursework to qualify as a school psychologist in Alabama Alabama A & M University, Normal, AL, 1977: Projective Techniques, graduate level course, fulfilling partial requirements of clinical internship at Marshall-Jackson MHC, Guntersville, AL University of Alabama, 1972-1976: MA/Ph.D. in Counseling with minors in Educational Psychology, Educational Research and Administration in Higher Education Vanderbilt University, 1965-69: BA in Philosophy with minors in Political Science and History *Publications: Moore, T.L., “Fatal Addictions: An Overview,” EAP Digest, Performance Resource Press, Inc., Troy, MI, January/February, 1991, 24(55). Moore, T.L. and McLean, J., “Across-Validation Study of the Crites Career Maturity Inventory Scale,” Measurement and Evaluation in Research Journal, 1976. *Workshop presentations at regional and national conventions involving topics related to employee assistance, school psychology and forensic psychological programming and interventions. Credentials: Professional Licensure/Certifications: Licensed Professional Counselor: Alabama and Mississippi Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) School Psychologist-Level 7 Professional Educational Certificate: GA School Psychologist-AAAA Educator License: MS Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) (1988-2004) References: Patricia Dudley, MD, Psychiatrist, East MS State Hospital, Meridian, MS Work: 601-513-2855 Home: 601-693-3505 (Letter of Recommendation attached) Ms. Sandra Moore, MS, Meridian, MS Home: 601-686-0010 Ms. Brenda Delaine, MS, Meridian, MS Home: 601-482-0531 Ms. Clara Thomas, MS, Meridian, MS Home: 601-482-5644 cell: 727-515-5722
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