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Jaaman Dunker - Freelance Biography Writing & Content Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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I am a Creative Writing Certified Professional. I am skilled at writing product reviews, blogs, book reviews, music reviews, essays, biographies, etc. I am a good persuasive writer, having written online dating profiles which have caused arousal and interest. I am a good storyteller, who can make up a compelling premise, and flesh out characters with a variety of personas. I am good at writing dialogue and have learned to compose dynamic screenplays. I'm good at copywriting and producing SEO friendly articles. These things are what I do best, and am most proficient.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Cindy Ann Fredricks - Freelance Manual Writing & Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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My experiance with writing begins at a very early age. I do not remember a time that I was not reading or writing...I have worked with large corporations as well as small business. I am adept at producing training material and have a great deal of expertise in policy and procedure manuals. I enjoy creative work. My artwork includes sketching, painting and lettering.
Alberta, Canada
Joshua Abbott - Freelance Digital Art & Album Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$25
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Visual artist and photographer with 15+ years of experience to include: Illustration Street photography Conceptual art Product photography Portrait photography Event photography Web design graphics Mass photo processing Archive management Workflow management https://www.flickr.com/photos/76069603@N05 I am also a seasoned creative writer.
Triangle, Virginia, United States
Derrick Bell - Freelance Creative Writing & Ghostwriting
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a singer songwriter. I typically stick to styles like John Mayer, Citizen Cope and various R&B styles. Have been writing since I was a child with poetry, short stories, etc. I have done a few shows here in the Metro area and have been the opening act for various artists here in the metro area. I currently and just a studio artist I create all my music, write my lyrics and record audio. Please visit my page to see more
Papillion, Nebraska, United States
Sabyasachi Kundu - Freelance Magazine Design & Logo Design
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5.0
2 Skills
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SABYASACHI KUNDU Aarti apartments, 1C, 1st floor, 207 A/2 Garfa Main Road, Safui Parar Moor, Kolkata 700078, phone: +919903446237, +919474448204 subusima@gmail.com http://www.coroflot.com/public/individual_search_results.asp?keywords=subusima A multifaceted creative designer, Sabyasachi has over two decades of experience in designing information from conceptualization to execution across different mediums and formats, from newspapers, magazines, books to web-based publications. Educated at NID under legendary design administrator Ashoke Chatterjee, his design serves functional utility wrapped in subtle aesthetics. As a result, the end-products have always been a delight to the target audience. Sabyasachi is credited with introduction of blurbs in business newspapers in India way back in 1994 in Business Standard, redesign of Computers Today, the then premium infotech magazine from India Today Group, driving its sales up, design of Design Digest, profitable from second month, Mantra, a men’s magazine, Pitch (Advertising & Marketing magazine) with shoestring budget, retail e-magazine Mall Marketing Digest and Air Deccan’s in-flight magazine Simply fly. Times of India’s guide book on eating places, which was designed by him, is a case of practical application of design —marrying utility with aesthetics and thereby delighting its users. A versatile creative thinker, he was instrumental in the design of Hindustan Times’ Mumbai edition and benchmarking the design with international standards. He created processes to sustain quality. Passionate, team player with hands-on approach, Sabyasachi’s forte has been varied from typography, illustrations to supplement text using various mediums, assisting editorial to bring clarity in the thoughts to guiding aesthetics of the product. Although he has spent a major part of his career in news publishing industry, his intellectual depth and consumer insight makes him equally suitable for managing and implementing the science and aesthetics of design in other vehicles of communication. EMIRATES BUSINESS 24|7, Dubai October 2008- Oct 2010 Art Director Managed the business newspaper, created processes to sustain quality, trained and motivated team members and designed related information products to supplement the mother brand. Also assisted the editor and the editorial team in clarifying thoughts, new story ideas and sections. HINDUSTAN TIMES, Mumbai June 2005 – October 2008 Associate Art Director (Head of Art for Mumbai Edition) Responsible for the design of the Mumbai edition, created processes, managed and motivated the team members to sustain quality of the product and maintain the brand-equity of the brand in the market. Also assisted the editor and the editorial team in clarifying thoughts and suggested new sections. Designed Simplify in-flight magazine for Air Deccan after I left Hindustan Times. TIMES OF INDIA, Delhi September 2002 – 2005 Manager Design Responsible for all aspects of design and implementation for Sunday Times and the main paper, as well as NIE and Books. Designed Pitch Magazine just before joining Times of India. DORLING KINDERSLEY (INDIA) PVT. LTD, New Delhi January 1999 - March 2002 Design Manager Executed design aspects as per the briefs given by the company's London office which were then sold in the international market. SPECTRUM PUBLICATIONS 1995 - 1998 Art Director Designed in detail Design Digest (A Complete Design Magazine), Mantra (A Men's Lifestyle Magazine), and Global (International Business Magazine focused on import and export). ANANDA BAZAAR PATRIKA, New Delhi 1994 - 1995 Assistant Art Director Created a design and alternative for Business Standard. Introduced blurbs in the daily, first time in newspapers in India. LIVING MEDIA, New Delhi 1993 - 1994 Art Director Redesigned Computers Today within a month. The market savvy design touched the senses of the potential readers. The sales went up many-fold times. TANGRAM DESIGN, The Kolkata-based design team 1990-1992 Freelance designer The job was The Calcutta Gallery for Victoria Memorial Hall. It was part of the Celebration of Calcutta's 300 years. The project was to design a gallery for Victoria Memorial Hall with whatever material they have on Calcutta and to present it in such a way that the common folks can link those items with the present scenario. The whole space was divided into five parts. Landing of Job Charnock, History Wall, Film on Battle of Plassey, the Life of the British and the Indians at that time, a diorama showing the Old Chitpur and Esplanade with light and sound, the development in Education, Art, Science, and Politics, the freedom movement, and finally, Spirit Moves On or the Conclusion. I was responsible for the implementation of the complete project, planned the money flow, kept the accounts of everyday expenditure and got the work done. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 1989-1990 Area of Creative Design History Wall: How the British came to India and how they became the ruler of this country (Till 1911 Calcutta was Capital of British Empire). A small diorama - Landing of Job Charnock in Gobindapur village. Visual database of the complete project was done by me. INDIAN PETROCHEMICALS LIMITED, Baroda 1989-1990 Designer Worked with Plasticulture Group (Plastic use in Agriculture). Job was to design all communication aspects of an International Seminar on Plasticulture Design Solutions: Audio-visual, Brochures, Posters, Exhibition, and Everyday News Bulletin. Also worked as a team member in the administrative area to start the Corporate Communication Group with the help of PR and Marketing Group. THE TIMES OF INDIA, New Delhi 1988-1989 Designer Worked as member of the design team for Corporate Dossier and Insight, the two supplements of The Economic Times and layout of Saturday Times. ADDITIONAL WORK Logo Design Symbol and Logo Design for Webel Electro Ceramic Limited, Calcutta, 1993 Symbol and Logo Design for Educational Export and Fair growth Export, Mumbai, 1992 Symbol and Logo Design for Voluntary Health Association of India, New Delhi, 1989 COMMUNICATION KITS Communication package on Industrial Safety for Indians Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd., Baroda, 1987. Brochure for Bremaco Energy System Limited, Mumbai, 1998 Brochure for Interra Software (India) Pvt. Ltd., Noida, 1998 Book Design for Appeal Advt. New Delhi, 1999. The book was on Rajasthan. Published by Rajasthan Tourism, the book has been given to different tour management companies outside India to attract tourists to Rajasthan. EDUCATION NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DESIGN, Ahmedabad 1987 Visual Communications (Graphic Design). OTHER DETAILS SKILLS: QuarkXpress, Abode Photoshop, etc. Understand illustrator, flash, indesign, but I never had to work. My job was to give ideas and get the best out from team. I can develop presentation, review information, explain and delegate work to teams. LANGUAGES: English, Bengali and Hindi.
United States
Simon Birch - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Drawing
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3.5
2 Skills
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I have worked in the field of arts for over 20 years. I started with a degree in Fine Art, then specialised in film and video for a while before settling in sound design. I produced, recorded and mixed many bands with some success during the 1990s. At the same time I was producing illustrations for various educational publications, these being mostly line drawings and cartoons. For 10 years up until 2010 I taught sound technology at FE and HE level at various places in the south of England, most notably the University Of Arts in London. I have also designed CD covers, logos, posters and flyers. I am now re-starting my work as a freelance illustrator based (at the present) in South London. I still continue to work with sound as well, currently producing work in the duo known as "X-Amount". I am also a keen photographer and graphic designer. Please see my website for examples of my work: http://simon-birch.co.uk/ Thank you.
London, London, United Kingdom
Elizabeth Wallen - Freelance Bookkeeping & Competitive Analysis
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4.5
2 Skills
$25
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I am the owner of a specialty food business that make Italian wine biscuits. In slow month I look for small project work to keep busy. I have great people skills, solid computer skills and feel comfortable doing presentations or demo's/
United States
Ryan Johnson - Freelance Creative Writing & Book Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Hi, my name is Ryan Johnson. I have been writing full scale novels for two years now. I will be graduating this fall with my B.A. English. My concentration is creative writing. I have self published my first book and was offered a contract for my second one. My strenghts are creative writing in many genres, PR writing, editing, blogging or columns, and helping with the creative flow process. I am always on the look out to tackle new and interesting writing assignments.
Everett, Washington, United States
Karen Barton - Freelance Animal Illustration & Art
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4.0
2 Skills
$50
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Karen Barton is an award winning modern portrait artist with over thirty-seven years of professional experience as an artist and educator. Karen is the sole owner and operator of “Portrait Creations” which has received over $6,000 in grant money to assist in developing the business. Her portraits can be found hanging in private, public, and corporate collections nationwide. She has been commissioned to create portraits of executives as well as Senators. Karen focuses mainly on her own commissioned work and rarely enters competitions or seeks out gallery representation, but the events in which she has been involved have earned her considerable recognition. She was a juried artist in the Gillette Centennial Art Show at the Heritage Center Gallery in the Gillette Wyoming Camplex, and was juried into “Millennium 2000?, another group show at that same gallery. That same year Karen was interviewed for a full page article in the Moorcroft Leader Newspaper entitled “Karen Barton: painter of portraits.” She has won the coveted “People’s choice” award in the Spearfish Center for the Arts Juried blue ribbon Competition every time she has entered, and also won the Judges blue ribbon award in 2005. Her winning portraits were “Samantha” “Portrait of Jessi”, “Andrea’s girl” and “Oscar”. Karen was selected by a jury to participate in the 2007, 2008, and 2009 annual Jon Crane and Artisans Benefit Art Auction. Each year of her participation, her auctioned commissioned portrait brought in a substantial donation for the Black Hills Children’s Home Creative Arts Endowment. Karen’s work has also been showcased at the Whispering Pines Gallery in Rapid City South Dakota. This show was promoted in the Rapid City Journal Arts Calendar in an article with photos entitled “Barton’s View of the World”. Karen has had two one-artist shows at the Camplex Heritage Center Gallery in Gillette WY, and one by invitation at the AVA Center in Gillette Wy. The Rapid City Journal also featured her “Images of the Heart” show in their Art’s Calendar with samples of her portraits. Most recently Karen was featured in a special edition of the Newsletter Journal of Newcastle WY “125 reasons we love Weston County” headlining her as “talent in spades” in a full page article which covered her portrait work and included her work as a songwriter/recording artist, and jewelry designer. Among her hundreds of commissions is a portrait commissioned by the CEO of Pinnacle Bank to paint their founder Roy Dinsdale for the grand opening of the Moorcroft branch. This portrait of honor is on display at the bank. Karen is also an experienced illustrator. She is a featured artist in “BookCrossings”. Her portrait entitled “Reading Dr. Seuss” was printed on 50,000 book labels which were purchased and used by their clientele for book exchanges. She also illustrated a book entitled “Butch and the Rooster” by Judy Hess published by Focus Publishing, and produced the cartoon illustrations for a children’s coloring book entitled “Alphatoons” that accompanied a CD of learning songs. Prior to becoming a full time portrait painter, Karen was educated in the field of graphic art, and worked full time as a studio graphic artist, and later while raising a family, a freelance graphic artist. During her career in graphics, among other accomplishments, Karen submitted a logo design which was selected to be used for the Alcohol Traffic Safety Commission in Gillette Wyoming. Her graphic designs and illustrations can be found in various instructional publications and also books for children. Early in her graphic design career she worked as a studio staff artist for Keyes Art Service in Phoenix AZ which supplied advertising artwork for businesses and companies nationwide. Aside from her commissioned portrait work, Karen was selected to participate in the painting of a fiberglass horse in Gillette, WY for an Easter Seals fundraiser auction. The horse she painted was sold and mounted on the porch of the historic Sheridan Inn in Sheridan, WY. Karen was also commissioned to paint an image of a trail drive and a vintage stock train on the sides of a fiberglass longhorn steer for a permanent installation located at the interstate 90 exit into the town of Moorcroft to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the town. She was later honored with an award from the Wyoming Historical Society for her work on the steer. A photo of the steer was also featured on the cover of the WREN (Wyoming Rural Electric News) for August 2014. Karen, by invitation, represented Wyoming in the Annual Basin Electric Convention in Bismarck North Dakota. Karen’s portrait style has been influenced and inspired by Daniel Greene, Margaret Carter Baumgartner but her love of portraiture actually began as a child. She was always easy to entertain with pencil and paper, and soon began to draw her surroundings cultivating her ability to see with an artists eyes. Drawing from life has always been her preference and so her ability to draw a recognizable portrait was the result of an enormous amount of practice. Karen chooses to paint using a photo as a reference but this decision stems more from a desire to accommodate her clients than from a dependency upon photos. As well as being a highly skilled modern portrait artist Karen is also an experienced teacher. Through the years Karen has taught a number of group and private lessons in drawing and portraiture to children and adults alike. These classes have been taught both independently and through AVA, Gillette’s art center, and the public school systems in her region. Local elementary school teachers have regularly utilized her art teaching skills in their classrooms to enhance the educational experience of their students. For example, Karen organized a 2 day workshop at the Moorcroft, Wyoming Elementary school to fulfill a visual arts grant requirement of “children creating art”. She has also been invited to speak to the students at Upton, and Gillette High Schools on numerous occasions including their “career days” and a week long portrait workshop for the students in the art department. Karen lives in Buffalo, Wyoming at the foot of the beautiful Big Horn mountains with her husband Bill Barton.
United States
Amanda Holiday - Freelance Script Writing & Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Amanda Holiday studied art before moving into film - directing several shorts funded variously by the UK Arts Council, BFI and C4 including the drama ‘Miss Queencake’ – starring Sophie Okonedo and ‘Manao Tupapau’ for BBC /Arts Council – which re-imagines Gauguin’s famous painting. Her feature drama scripts have been supported by British Screen and Media II and placed in the finals of international screenwriting contests. Between 2001 and 2010, Holiday was resident in Cape Town where she directed several educational television series. She is currently developing a South African movie with B3Media and BBC Films.
London, London, United Kingdom