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Nyals O Montgomery - Freelance 3D Animation & 3D Graphic Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$15
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I am interested in the 3D Artist positions of Creative Services as advertised online. I have the requisite experiences and, as an aspirant professional 3D Artist, a keen interest in working at your company. I’m a recent graduate of The Art Institute of Washington, where I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Media Art & Animation. I have a wide array of skills,...
Alexandria, Virginia, United States

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Sarah Adler - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Nature Illustration
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Sarah is a freelance illustrator and fine artist based in the San Francisco bay area. She has extensive training and refined artistic abilities that allow her to work in a wide variety of styles and media. She is passionate about nature and its conservation which has inspired many of her images. RESUME: EDUCATION Science Illustration Certificate June 2008 Graduate Certificate Program, University of California Santa Cruz, Extension. B.F.A. Studio Art June 2007 University of California Santa Cruz. PROFESSIONAL WORK HISTORY California Academy of Sciences San Francisco, CA •Contract Illustrator for the Botanical Research Department 2009 –Present. -Responsibilities include: Collaborating with researchers in order to create a detailed and scientifically accurate illustration of the designated plant species for publication. •Illustration Intern October-December 2009 -Responsibilities included as above. UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center •Illustration Intern July- September 2008 -Responsibilities included: Illustrating the native and non-native fish, zooplankton and plant species of Lake Tahoe. Completed more than 20 full color illustrations and 2 poster layouts for the Tahoe Environmental Research Center’s visitor center. University of California Santa Cruz •Studio Monitor-printmaking facility 2006-2007 -Responsibilities included: Part-time management of printmaking facility on the UC Santa Cruz campus. KNOWLEDGE OF MATERIALS AND FINE ART SKILLS • Exceptional understanding of art media available for students, hobbyists and professionals. • Excellent communication skills and experience working closely with individuals or teams to problem solve. • Attentive and courteous to others needs. • Self directed and able to work independently. • Organized and detail oriented. •Familiarity working with all kinds of papers and surfaces from hand made, rag, hot and cold pressed to vellums and canvas. • Classical studio training and mastery of a wide variety of art media including but not limited to: -watercolor -graphite and colored pencil -gouache -pen and ink -acrylic and oil paints -chalk pastels. • Highly developed skills in Woodblock, lithographic and Intaglio printmaking along with knowledge of the tools involved in each process. • Practiced with designing gallery space, hanging professional art work, matting and framing. AWARDS, EXHIBITS AND PUBLICATIONS • ‘Margaret Flockton Award 2010- Excellence in Scientific Botanical Illustration.’ 2nd Prize for the Illustration of Clidemia longidentata. International competition, Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney Australia. • Merit Award in Drawing, Painting and Printmaking, Art Department University of California Santa Cruz, May 2007. • Nightlife- ‘The Science of Art and the Art of Science.’ California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. January 27, 2011. • ‘12 Annual Botanical Art Exhibition’ -Filoli Gardens, Woodside, CA. June-August 2010. • ‘Calculated Loss’ - A group exhibition of prints responding to human development, Santa Cruz, CA. September-October, November-February 1, 2008. • Senior Art Exhibit, University of California, Santa Cruz, May 2007. • Daniel, T. F. March 31, 2010. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. vol. 61: pg. 344. • Daniel, T. F., and Penneys, D. S. May 7, 2009. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. vol. 60: pgs. 11 &71.
San Francisco, California, United States
Sarah Lash - Freelance Accounting & Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
$20
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I'm an honor student in my bachelor's degree at Liberty University (class of '16) and former honor student at Lone Star College. I have been accepted to Texas A&M to complete my master's degree in Business Analytics and Marketing, beginning in the fall of 2016. I am a freelance novelist, poet, and non-fiction writer. Upon request, I will send to prospective clients and students a sample piece of my work: a business ethics research paper written in my junior year of my undergraduate degree. It is complete with annotated references and APA formatting. I hold degrees in Accounting (A.S.), and Business Administration and Marketing (B.S.). My greatest strength, however, lies in my pen. I love to write; but even more, I love to teach others to write--and to write well! I teach writing, and I also write on a freelance basis. My expertise is in business/finance/accounting, and subjects of that nature, although I have written on everything from politics to religion. RESUME & Writing Sample: Summary Business Administration/Marketing graduate (May 2016). I am positive, hardworking, professional, energetic, and motivated. I have a strong background in sales and marketing, with additional experience in real estate, writing, and accounting. My academic goals for the future include obtaining my master’s degree from Texas A&M. Experience ~March 2015-Present~ Goldstar Financial Group/Efast Funding, Residential Mortgage Loan Originator ~Originate cash out, refinance, purchase, construction, and government loans ~Advise and consult with potential clients regarding loan options and products ~Train new hires ~Inside and outside sales ~Assist with marketing and website design ~Wrote technical website content ~August 2013-March 2015~ Mega Mortgage of Texas, Loan Officer/Processor ~Process and close interim construction, permanent, cash out, purchase, refinance, and government loans ~Provide exceptional customer service ~Explain loan products and advise potential clients of their options ~Manage loan process from application to funding ~Experience with unusual loan products, including SPEC construction and renovation loans ~Designed marketing flyers and advertising ~Feburary 2012-August 2013~ Goodwill Industries of Houston ~Work with softlines and hardlines ~Help to manage the appearance and layout of the floor ~Recognized for providing exemplary customer service ~Assist in training of new employees ~Cross trained in all aspects of store function Certifications ~January 2014~ Residential Mortgage Loan Originator, NMLS # 1147643 Education Liberty University Online, Bachelors of Science, Business Administration with an Emphasis in Marketing ~4.0 GPA ~Recognized for academic excellence by the Delta Mu Delta Honor Society ~Complete classes at night and on the weekends (available 8-6 Mon-Fri) ~Expected to graduate Summa *** Laude in May of 2016 ~ Three semesters of Accounting & Corporate Finance taken toward an A.S. in Accounting ~Achieved excellent grades in accounting and started an online study group/tutoring for accounting in Jr year of undergraduate degree Champions School of Real Estate ~RMLO Prelicensing Course Skills MS Word, Access, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook Accounting Design/Art Social Media Marketing CRM Marketing/Customer Service Computers/Technology/Databases Residential Mortgage Loans Credit Analysis Sales Writing Communications Public Speaking Marketing Research Mathematics Tutoring/Teaching Negotiation Contracts Writing Sample What is APR? Sarah E. Lash, RMLO Congratulations on buying a new home! Having fun yet? Well, you would certainly like to be—but the home buying process is notoriously stressful. Not only are you dealing with issues like school districts, neighborhoods, prices and yard size—your head’s probably spinning at this point with terms like FHA, USDA, interest rates, bonds, points, jumbo, conventional, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and a host of other things that might as well just be in Latin. Oh, yes, and that bizarre acronym that nobody seems to know how to pin down—APR. Let’s take a quick tour into the world of mortgage acronyms and uncover some details about this elusive character. Chances are, you took one look at your Federal Truth-In-Lending statement that your loan officer sent you and wondered how much more confusing one document could possibly be. A jumble of dates, times, numbers, costs, and percentages doesn’t help explain much. Probably the most puzzling piece of this document was the two different “interest rates” that you saw near the top. Your loan officer may have told you that you were getting a 3.875%. Well, why then are you seeing a 3.990% APR at the top of this page? APR is entirely different from your interest rate. The letters stand for Annual Percentage Rate, and this rate is required to be disclosed alongside your interest rate. While your interest rate is part of your annual percentage rate, that’s only one piece of it. At its simplest, APR is a cost of your credit expressed as a yearly rate. Let’s say you went to get a loan from a friend for $500. You’re going to borrow the money for a year, and then pay it back. Your friend tells you that she won’t charge you any interest. You’re so excited. Since she’s such a good friend, she’s going to give you the money interest-free—but, she adds—with a $50 up front charge. That changes things. You thought at first that you were getting the money interest free. However, your friend just effectively made that $500 pretty expensive for you. So while you have a 0% interest rate—you actually have a 10% APR ($50 divided by $500). That loan that your friend is giving you is costing you 10% of the loan amount per year that you have it, even though she is not charging you anything in interest. We are including in our calculation of APR all costs of the loan, not just any interest that she would charge you. So what up-front charges are included in mortgage APR? There are a few things that would be included in that calculation. Among them are: - Any loan origination fees charged - Points charged for a specific interest rate - Broker fees - Mortgage Insurance (PMI) - Doc Prep fees - Flood Certification Any fees that would be incurred whether or not the home was purchased with cash or with a loan would not generally be included in the calculation of APR. Happy house hunting! Until next time, Sarah
Houston, Texas, United States
Ted Scott - Freelance Drawing & Fantasy Art
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3.0
2 Skills
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I'm a digital artist with a BFA in Illustration, as sort of a jack of all trades, I have experience in a variety of digital programs (photoshop, flash, illustrator, after effects). You can find me at deviantArt at zippedbinders.deviantart.com or on ArtBistro at http://artbistro.monster.com/member/TedScottIllustration
Culpeper, Virginia, United States
Eileen Rogers - Freelance Business Writing & Editing
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4.5
2 Skills
$35
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SUMMARY: • Excellent experience in technical writing, business analysis, and training. Able to rapidly learn new skills. • Have gathered information and written program, design, and functional specifications; user manuals; reference manuals; operations manuals, repair manuals, APIs, and training manuals. • While at GS XXI, worked closely with the Engineers in documenting the Infrastructures they designed for small companies on Long Island with regard to domains, protocols, hardware, and software. • Skilled at creating Work Flow, Call Flow, UML, Swim Lane, and functional charts using Visio, ABC Flowcharter, PowerPoint, and Excel. • Have written help screens for Internet applications using PDF format, FrontPage, and RoboHelp. • Have worked with IVR technology. Created Call Flow Analysis for Prepaid Calling Card Platform. Worked closely with the Project Managers and developers to create Visio diagrams of the LANs, WANS, disk replication, and such as they were created for a customer. • Have created proposals for system enhancements as well as to solicit new customers (RFP and RFQs). • Have written test scripts, test results, and performed full regression testing as well as being involved in UAT for new systems being designed. Have used Caliber to create and link Business, Functional, and Test Scripts.. • Worked with infrastructure design engineers, programmers, and operations people to design screens, create procedures for installing hardware or for running software. Worked with tier one and tier two personnel to help document and support help center functionality. • Worked as a liaison between the user community and the IT staff for requirements gathering and for UAT testing. • Knowledgeable in regard to the single sign on concept for portals. SKILLS: SOFTWARE: FOCUS [Web, PC, and MAINFRAME], SHAREPOINT, EXCEL, WORD, INFORMATION MAPPING, MICROSOFT PROJECT, WORDPERFECT, DESIGNER, WINDOWS, ABC FLOWCHARTER, VISIO, POWERPOINT, PHOTOSHOP, ADOBE PAGEMAKER 6.5, ADOBE ACROBAT, HTML, MICROSOFT FRONTPAGE, ROBOHELP 7, HTML, ILLUSTRATOR. EXPERIENCE: JULY 2015 – SEPTEMBER 2015 RUI Credit Customer Service Representative • Calling customers to collect payments in order to keep services from being suspended. • Receiving inbound calls in regard to customer account questions and payments. MARCH 2015 – JULY 2015 Zebra Technologies Sr. Technical Writer • Working in the Regulatory Department to update existing documentation; replacing the Motorola and Symbol logos with Zebra’s logo, ensuring that the correct directives are referenced within each document by comparing them to the directives listed within the Regulatory Declaration of Conformity posted on the Intranet, and at the same time formatting and editing each document , template, and form. In order to complete the requirements. • Meeting with members of the team to determine how the new documents/forms should look and what new documents need to be created. • The task requires the use of the MicroSoft Suite of Office products for general documentation, and SnagIt for screen captures. • Used Adobe Illustrator to update part numbers, bar codes, and compliance directives within the pamphlets, Quick Start guides, and user manuals that accompany the equipment. JANUARY 2013 TO FEBRUARY 2015 Sr. Technical Writer IECA • As a consultant, worked with the Software Engineering Department to produce user documentation for a new product that will be installed in homes and offices allowing the user to control the temperature of the house/business, turn lights and appliances on/off, and otherwise save on energy. • Used a combination of Word (Information Mapping concepts), Excel, PowerPoint, RoboHelp, and Photoshop to create all of the documentation. • Also updated existing documentation to reflect changes to screens and functionality, created technical documentation for the software developers, and created and distributed broadcast messages updating the service and field reps on changes within the systems to provide them with a “heads up” that can be passed on to their customers. Documented a series of APIs to provide easy access to system functionality from the web site. NOVEMBER 2010 TO DECEMBER 2012 Sr. Technical Writer/Business Systems Analyst Canon USA • As a consultant working with the Business Project Planning (BPP) division, created user guides in Word and training documents in PowerPoint that were posted to the Canon Intranet for the new Wholesale system. • Gathered requirements and created presentations in PowerPoint that justified the need for issues to be added to the list of enhancements that were presented to the IT Business Alignment group. • Wrote letters to upper management, business affiliates, and customers detailing dates and times of system access when Canon cut over to the new Wholesale system. • Involved with the planning and design of the new Retail system. • Involved with all phases of the UAT for the Retail System. Liaison for the data cleansing aspect of the project working closely with the business community and IT to ensure that the data conversion was a smooth and effortless process. • Once the system was completed, created user and training guides that were posted to the Intranet and provided second-tier support for the users by managing the S21_Communication mailbox in which all system defects and questions are directed. These questions were entered into the QA system to be prioritized before being escalated to IT or passed on to Customer Service. • Working with both the users and IT, created work flows, functional flows, swim lane diagrams using Visio, Excel, and/or PowerPoint, documented procedures using Information Mapping, which is a subset of Word, created test scenarios using Caliber, and conducted web meetings to discuss both business and system requirements. • Involved with user training for the newly implemented system in a classroom setting. Once the system was in place, worked as a liaison between users and IT to document, research, prioritize, and resolve issues. • These issues were entered into a database, prioritized, and tracked until corrected or targeted as a systems enhancement. • Researched all requests for access to the systems to determine what role and functionality the employee should be granted. • Lastly, was working to create test scenarios, enter of all reseller data into the master files, and creating training documents for a B2B Portal System with single sign on scheduled to go live in phases over the next three years. FEBRUARY 2010 TO SEPTEMBER, 2010 Senior Technical Writer Clever Devices, Ltd. • Worked closely with the system design engineers to produce winning proposals using a combination of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Produced Compliance Matrices, which were distributed to the various engineers highlighting the items for which each was responsible. • The information was returned to me for format and editing before being incorporated into the RFP. • Using Adobe, extracted pages from the RFP pdf file, created forms that could be used electronically to enter data by the various financial and engineering departments, once the document was created as a pdf, went in and changed the priority settings and created a Table of Contents. • I also created documents that describe the type of services and products provided by Clever Devices, user manuals, training manuals, and repair manuals. FEBRUARY 2007 TO DECEMBER 2009 Senior Technical Writer InTranS Group, Inc. • Responsibilities included: production of proposals (working with engineers for detailed design information), RFP, RFQ, user manuals, repair manuals, and business analysis. • Word was used for the proposals, Excel for the financials and price matrices, SnagIt for all screen captures, and PowerPoint for all presentations. • Responsible for maintaining the catalog of resumes, which included translating many of these resumes from French to English. OCTOBER 2004 TO FEBRUARY 2007 Sr. Technical Writer Correctnet, Inc. • Produced all system and user guides using Word uploaded to the client’s portal branding them with the customer’s logo. • SnagIt was used for all screen captures, and Photoshop was used to create/enhance/cleanse report and screen captures. • As a Business Systems Analyst, performed full regression testing on the new systems prior to their release as part of the QA team, wrote test scripts, and compiled the test results. • Used Microsoft’s Project Manager Software to create Variance reports. • Later, after being integrated into the IT team, was responsible for reengineering the creation of existing systems by determining the business rules applied and the documenting the file layouts. • After determining how the system was developed, I incorporated the information into the client’s extranet. OCTOBER 2001 TO OCTOBER 2004 Technical Writer/Trainer New York City Board of Education • As a consultant with the Board of Education, was responsible for documenting the existing systems explaining how they work and the features of each in Word, creating the HTML help screens using Front Page and HTML, wrote job descriptions and resumes for the development staff, the detailed documentation for the Chancellor’s Customer Service Center system, as well as documenting all existing and newly created web-based systems. • Performed a detailed analysis of all database systems to determine the manner in which the various files were linked together using Visio. • Using Word, produced a functional specification for the new Student Identification System working with the development staff, financial, and system analysts. • When the Chancellor’s Customer Service Center was first created (prior to 211), also served as a supervisor to the customer service representatives taking all calls that came from superintendents, news personnel, and school officials. • Also served as manager in the training of new customer service reps, performed on-the-phone training for users trying to navigate new systems, and followed up on delicate situations. SEPTEMBER 2000 TO OCTOBER 2001 Technical Writer/Graphical Artist City & Suburban Delivery Systems • As a graphical artist, responsible for the creation of Intranet presentations for upper management, flow diagrams, functional flow charts, and maps using Visio. • As a technical writer, creation of all forms used by Customer Service, Credit, and the Warehouse, preparation of functional specifications, procedures, and training material using Word and Information Mapping. JULY 1998 TO AUGUST 2000 Documentation Specialist GS XXI • GS XXI sold infrastructure planning and designs to small companies who did not have a department to do this. Working with all areas of the corporation, prepared functional specifications and proposals for the solicitation of contracts (RFPs). • Worked closely with the engineering department with regard to documenting domains, protocols, hardware, and software. • Involved in the Gap Analysis of an automated freight system. • Other responsibilities included: serving as scribe for all high-level meetings, analyze work performed and produce work flows to portray the steps followed, preparation of system and flow charts for operations and engineering departments. • Worked closely with the Operations Department to create security, disaster recovery, and operating procedures. • I have also installed an NT Server (LH Pro) in order to produce installation instructions for the network group. Involved in the production of training manuals and the internal training of employees in the use of Information Mapping, Visio, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. OCTOBER 1997 TO JULY 1998 Technical Writer Periphonics Corporation • Worked closely with Project Management to prepare functional and design specifications for generic IVR systems, operator’s guides in Word, a variety of flow and functional charts in Visio, user’s guides, and release notes for PCCP (Periphonics Calling Card Platform). • Also produced call flows in Visio for new systems and, working from the code, reverse engineered call flows for existing systems. • In many cases, the Project Manager would sit at my desk designing the way in which a system would be created and I created the functional/flow chart at the same time. • Working with R&D, was involved in the design of telephony systems and the creation of product descriptions. MARCH 1996 TO OCTOBER 1997 Technical Writer MSC Industrial Supply Company • Using Word, prepared Human Resources Procedures, Payroll Procedures, Sales Order Entry System User’s Guide, Credits and Collections Department Training and Procedures Manual, Branch Manager’s User’s Guide, Accounts Payable Training and Procedures Guide, and Company Travel Procedures. • Worked with Operations and existing managers to create security procedures that were incorporated into a training manual for new Branch Managers • Production of manuals required extensive forms design using Visio, Designer, and PowerPoint. APRIL 1995 TO MARCH 1996 Business Analyst Arrow Electronics, Inc. • Using a combination of Word, PowerPoint, Visio, and Excel, responsibilities included: the preparation of EDI Transaction Mapping Guides for Arrow customers and suppliers. • Preparation of proposals and technical specifications for program enhancements and new systems. • Design of all forms used by the Electronic Commerce department using Visio and Designer. • Design and maintenance of customer and supplier information database in Excel using Word’s Mail Merge function to create the labels for the tapes. • Preparation of a quarterly publication that was distributed throughout the corporation. • The documentation of all JCL streams used for the processing of EDI transactions, POS, and inventory. OCTOBER 1994 TO APRIL 1995 Senior Technical Writer Bear Stearns • Developed functional specifications and a test plan for a SUN UNIX Commodity Arbitrage System in Word Incorporated the documents into FrameMaker to forward to the Project Manager for review. FrameMaker was used due to the fact that Tech Writing used PCs and development were all using SUN UNIX machines since FrameMaker spanned manufacturers. • Developed proposals for both the Mainframe and PC groups as well as functional specifications, test plans, and both high level and detailed flow diagrams for use by all levels of management. PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1994 Worked as Developer (FORTRAN and Assembly) and as a Systems Analyst. EDUCATION: B.A. SUNY at Stony Brook A.A.S. SUNY at Farmingdale
Hauppauge, New York, United States
Sydnee Brashears - Freelance Article Writing & Copywriting
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4.0
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I can write anything- magazine articles, news articles, marketing pitches, technical to fiction, scientific articles to advertisements. I am currently writing a six issue comic to be published later this year as well as run social media outlets for this comic across several platforms. And if I don't know how to do something, give me thirty minutes and an internet connection- I'm a fast learner. I can even do minor design work. My hourly rate will depend on what is required.
Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Toni Burghout - Freelance Article Writing & Technical Writing
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I have been writing instructional articles for magazines since 2004 and preparing illustrations and technical writing since 1993. I am a member of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) and believe in continuous learning. Skills include writing (articles, manuals, proposals, reports, grants, business plans and marketing plans) illustrating and pattern design, copywriting, proofreading and graphic design. Areas of interest include animals, architecture, business, health, education and sports.
Barrie, Ontario, Canada
Nichole Garner - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Art
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I am a professional freelance artist who specializes in realistic portraits. I prefer drawing with pencil or charcoal, and my favorite muses are families and exotic animals. I am also a talented writer who enjoys creating fictional stories and writing articles.
United States
Jeremy Paten - Freelance Illustration & Art
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About Me I love the challenges of creating something from nothing. Inspiration comes from any and everything: from the arts, nature, history and to even my everyday commute. Education Bachelor of Design Arts Concentration: Illustration Memphis College of Art 1930 Poplar Ave Memphis, TN 38104 Skills Great Communication skills - Outgoing personality Creative Punctual Quick Learner Extremely Hard Working Organized Great Attention to Detail Good Multi-tasker Computer Skills Photoshop Illustrator Indesign After Effects Premiere Pro Corel Painter Microsoft Office Proficient in using both PC and Mac's Experience 2007 Sequential Narrative 20ft x 2ft -Charcoal 2008 Senior Show Piece 4ft x 9ft -Charcoal and Watercolor 2009 Comedy Poster Design (commissioned) 22in x 30in -Digital 2010 Greek God Apollo Painting (commissioned) 4ft x 12ft (3 separate paintings, each 4ft x 12ft) -Acrylic —Designed and painted Dooky Chase Mural, under Claiborne Bridge. —Painted several Murals in and around McDonogh 35 H.S. —Designed and painted two Mardi Gras Truck Floats —Sketch Artist at a local fair —Did Design and Animation projects (After Effects and Traditional) Work Experience Employer: The Brooks Museum (Apr 05 - Aug 11) 1934 Poplar Ave Memphis, TN 38104 Positions: Special Event Staff, Caterer, Wine Service, Bar Tender, Server, Artist (painter) I had to have the ability to be able to multitask, take-in a bunch of information and get the job done. I have the ability to work in a high volume atmosphere. Easy going peoples person. Ability to work as team. Positive attitude. The Brushmark Restaurant (July 09 - Aug 11) 1934 Poplar Ave Memphis, Tn 38104 Positions: Waiter REFERENCES AND PORTFOLIO AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Nicci Trapp - Freelance Photography & Editing
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My name is Nicci Trapp. I am currently an undergrad at Penn State and working toward a dual major in Energy, Sustainability and Policy as well as Letters, Arts & Sciences. I have work experience in several different areas, ranging from photography and creative writing to paralegal and secretarial experience. Very experienced in writing demands for personal injury cases and have done several wedding shoots! I have a wide variety of interests, and spend a lot of time perfecting my crafts, each and every one of them!
Jefferson City, Missouri, United States