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John Villanueva, Jr. - Freelance Ad Design & Digital Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$10
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HI..been an artist all my life..my one true passion, (next to hamburgers). Every day. Is an another chance to bring forth someone new!...I am proud to be part of one the worlds' oldest profession.
Bakersfield, California, United States
Jenny Diaz - Freelance Ad Design & Book Cover Design
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2 Skills
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Bakersfield, California, United States

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Linda Thomson - Freelance Transcription & Translation
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LINDA THOMSON Mobile: 082 727 0067 Email: thomsonlynda@hotmail.com Work experience Subtitling Freelancer Dec 2010 – Present Cape Town English Lecturer August – November 2010 King Abdul Aziz University Saudi Arabia, Mecca Private tutor August 2009 – August 2011 Production Manager/Subtitler May 2005 – August 2009 See Hear Media, Cape Town ? Managed team projects to deadlines. Was responsible for final quality checks before work was sent to client. ? Trained all new staff on software programme and style guides. ? Subtitled programmes for broadcast and DVD in UK. English Language Instructor Oct 2004 - March 2005 Shane Global Village, Cape Town ???Taught General English courses to intermediate and pre-intermediate international students. May - September 2004 Seoul, South Korea English Language Instructor at the Ministry of Construction and Transportation ? Provided tuition to professionals from various departments within the Aviation Safety offices covering various English skills through conversation classes and articles related to aviation safety issues. ? Worked with the Assistant Minister of Civil Aviation Safety Authority as a personal tutor in preparation for international conferences and meetings with English-speaking clients. English Language Instructor Jan 2002 - Jan 2003 April - September 2004 YBM Si Sa, Seoul; South Korea ? Taught reading, writing, listening and conversation skills to university students and professionals at YBM Language Institute. ? Responsible for level placements of new students at institute. ? Responsible for assessing development of English skills through administration and checking of level tests. ? Taught Business Interview and Presentation Business English to students applying for positions in foreign and domestic companies. Qualifications International Academy of Health and Beauty Jan 2007 – April 2008 ???Completed courses in Swedish Massage and Hot Stone Therapy, Shiatsu. Lifeline ? Life Line Personal Growth and Development Course Jan - August 2006 ? Life Line Counselling Skills Course Shane Global Village; South Africa 2004 ? University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, CELTA. University of Stellenbosch; South Africa ? Honours Degree (English Research and Criticism) 2003 ? BA Arts (English, Psychology and Philosophy) 1999 - 2001 Bergvliet High School 1994 - 1998 ? Passed with Matric Exemption Interests and Hobbies ? Running, mountain biking, hiking, mosaics, massage. Other achievements ? Member of Interact Society in High School, was responsible for organising and participating in charitable programmes. References for production manager: Please contact Eleni Grammatika at eleni32@hotmail.com Other ESL references please see attached.
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Jennifer Rosa-Lopez - Freelance Writing & Event Planning
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Jennifer Rosa-Lopez 2642 N. Palo Verde Dr Florence, AZ 85132 520-723-0222 Jrlopez143@gmail.com ________________________________________________________________ SUMMARY * Strong Customer Service and Interpersonal Skills* Team Player * Ability to Handle Multiple Tasks * Self-Motivated * Work Well Under Pressure * PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Human Resources Administration Jan 2008- June 2010 Eligibility Specialist III/ Assistant to the Director • Manage daily and weekly reports to input information needed • Prepare spreadsheets for the Director as needed • Answer phone calls and provide assistance to persons needing information and services • Keep daily phone logs • Model office liaison for system outages • Draft memos, reports, and confidential correspondence • Gather information and prepare correspondence for reports for the Director • Provide counseling for persons that are experiencing a hardship • Assist in planning of all office events Human Resources Administration Feb. 2004 – Jan 2007 Eligibility Specialist III •Inform participants about time-limited benefits and objectives of the Public Assistance program. •Conduct thorough interviews with participants to determine their financial eligibility. •Issue benefits and explain all case actions to participants. •Provide information to encourage financial independence. •Maintain a caseload by managing time effectively including face-to-face recertifications, participant appointment schedules, paperwork, training and meetings. •Provide counseling and guidance to clients in distress. •Complete agency forms to accurately issue benefits and client notification. •Provide special or emergency needs in a timely manner. HRA/Office of Policies & Procedures Sept. 2002 – Feb. 2004 Data Entry Clerk •Liaison to the Office of Immigrant Affairs. •Coordinated and tracked translations of hundreds of social service forms into eight languages and subcontracted translators. •Reviewed forms for compliance with formatting standards and worked with the Forms Unit proofreader and ORIA to make necessary changes to style and format. •Corrected PDF and Word files when necessary prior to form posting. •Tracked forms when posted to the agency’s internal website. •Worked on special projects assigned by the Director of On-Line Policies and Document Production and the lead technical consultant. SKILLS Computer Literate in: MS Word 2000, Excel & Internet, bilingual (English/Spanish), excellent oral and written communication. EDUCATION University of Phoenix Completed 47 credits Jan. 2009 - Present Major: Hotel Management/ Business Management
El Mirage, Arizona, United States
Charles Butler - Freelance Art & Drawing
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I am a freelance artist actor and writer in the Uk. I have dabbled in independant comic books and written and performed short films and plays. I have submitted plays to festivals that have been viewed as far as New Orleans - Dark Passions at the 2010 Vampire Film Festival. I have written and illustrated my first book, The Romance of Dracula - a book reviewing the 14 major adaptations of the novel by Bram Stoker - with two more books in preparation. The link can be found here; https://www.createspace.com/3573229
Glasgow, Glasgow City, United Kingdom
Cassandra Jones - Freelance Editing & Creative Writing
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CASSANDRA L. JONES 240 Paseo de Gracia, Redondo Beach, CA 90277 | (310) 951-7240 Cassandrabythesea@gmail.com Editing Experience Editorial Intern, Office of Public Affairs & Publications, California State University, Chico, Spring 2011 • Copyedited all major campus publications, wrote articles for various on-campus publications, and managed website content, under supervision of university publications editor. Editorial Staff, Watershed Literary Magazine, California State University, Chico, Vol. 24, Fall 2010 • Critiqued and ranked approximately 300 submissions of poetry, short fiction, art, and photography; narrowed down selections to 34 pieces; and determined with editorial staff the layout and cover design of the magazine. Collaborative Editor, Naturegraph Publishers, Inc., California State University, Chico, Fall 2010 • Proofread and line edited author Barbara Brown’s 300-page manuscript, using Chicago Manual of Style; recommended titles, organizational patterns, and themes. Editorial Assistant, From Dusk to Need: 25 Years of Flume Press, California State University, Chico Spring 2010 • Collaborated within an editorial team that reviewed Flume Press chapbooks, nominated the top works from each chapbook, and decided as a team which poems and short stories would be published in the final Flume Press anthology. Other Related Experience Educator, Lululemon Athletica, Manhattan Beach, CA, Summer of 2008 to December 2010 (Seasonal) • Maintained up-to-date product knowledge while working in a daily goal-oriented environment; demonstrated a professional and personalized approach with guests, earning a reputation as an effective and skilled assistant; planned and organized special events which provided positive marketing and increased sales productivity. Academic Coach, Score! Learning Center • Guided and encouraged students to participate in a learning environment to enhance their math, reading, and other academic skills; provided positive customer service in addition to miscellaneous office duties, including data entry. Education California State University, Chico • Bachelor of Arts, English: December 2011 • Minor: Creative Writing o Placed 2nd for creative nonfiction story, Spring 2011 • Literary Editing and Publishing Certificate Relevant Skills Proficient in: Microsoft Office programs, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, Adobe Photoshop, Wordpress, and Blogger; familiar with Chicago Manual of Style, AP style, and style sheets.
Chico, California, United States
Rhonda Jones - Freelance Illustration & Fantasy Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$40
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14+ Years Creating original art work for print and sale; large wall Murals, holiday cards, t-shirt designs, website design and maintenance, textile creations, Lapidary stone work, Jewelry, Pottery and digital art. Special skills include: Adobe CS 4, MS Office Suite, Acrylic, Oil, Pen and Ink, Colored pencils, Pastels, Ceramics, Lapidary (gem cutting), and Silversmith (metal working). Professional Experience Freelance Illustrator – Artist - 11/97 – present Create original art work for print and sale; large wall Murals, holiday cards, t-shirt designs, website design and maintenance, textile creations, Lapidary stone work, Jewelry, Pottery and digital art. Freelance Projects: 11/’03 – present • Organic Imagery – part time webmaster – 7/1/’12 – present • Private commission – Painting 16”x20” – Acrylic on canvas 6/’12 • Sun and Sand Bag© - Designer – Illustrator 1/’07 – 1/’09 • Developing original designs from concept to completion. Hand rendered and converted to vector print ready art. • Handline© - Designer – Illustrator 6/‘06 – 5/’10 • Developed original designs from concept to completion, including logo, label, and t-shirt art. Hand rendered and evolved sketches to suit the client’s requests. Continuing to create new designs and art that express and support company philosophy. Designs created by hand and then converted to digital, ‘print ready’ media. • Galerie D’Art International - Designer – Illustrator 5/‘06 – 12/’06 • Create ongoing monthly print media including layouts, copy, press releases, invitations, posters, and email promotions while meeting deadlines and maintaining high quality, detail oriented pieces. • Smiles you can feel© - Illustrator 2/’06-5/‘06 • Developed “Ugly Dog” Card Project from concept to completion. Hand and digitally rendered. • Catcher Inc. – Designer 5/’06-5/‘06 • Reproduced business media and created digital files for printing. • Tierra Pacifica - Artist – Muralist 6/’05-7/‘05 • Commissioned to create, design and paint 2 large scale murals (9’ x 18’ and 9’ x 30’), Guanacaste, CR. • Private Commission – Artist – Muralist 11/‘03-2/‘04 • Commissioned to repair and add new creative designs to existing mural (8 ‘x 35’), Hermosa Beach, CA Organic Imagery - Office Manager - San Diego, CA - 1/07 - 10/07, 7/12- present Maintain and facilitate marketing growth, book keeping, data base organization and other general office duties. Use creative talents to manipulate photography in Adobe Photoshop. Resize, reformat, filter and edit raw images for future prints. Galerie D’Art International - Office Manager - Designer - Illustrator 5/06 - 12/06, Encinitas CA Create monthly print media including layouts, copy, press releases, invitations, posters, and email promotions while meeting deadlines.. Education • Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University ‘88-‘94: 11 hours short of Bachelor of Fine Art (B.F.A) • Wilderness First Responder (W.F.R.). ‘98 , ‘01 • PADI Dive Master ’98, PADI OWSI ’00, PADI OWSI Specialty Instructor ‘02 • SCUBAPRO repair technician ’01, Aqualung repair technician 08’ • Lapidary Apprenticeship under Master Gem cutter 03-04’: 1000+ hours study of the fine art of gem cutting, identification, design, silver work, import-export sales and marketing. • Advanced Silversmith and Lapidary 05’ • Advanced Illustration techniques and design for print and electronic media 05’-present • Excellent computer skills including but not limited to MS Office Suite 2007 / 2010, SIPS, WAWF, eMod, eOffer, Microsoft Navision, Sharepoint, CRM, Adobe CS4/5, Lightroom, StockBox.
Vista, California, United States
Lisa Mauch - Freelance Content Writing & Editing
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4.0
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Lisa J. Mauch 429 Missouri Ave. Apt. 6, Cincinnati, OH 45226 513.535.1504 (c) • 513.533.0084 (h) • lmauch@cinci.rr.com Summary Copy editor with desire and ability to deliver a product that is free from spelling errors, typos and grammar pitfalls. Well-versed in Associated Press style with a passing familiarity with Chicago Manual of Style. Proven ability to work with a team, meet deadlines and provide amiable customer service. Community Press newspapers 2011 Reporter in editorial department. Responsibilities include: • Writing about news, people and subjects of local interest in Clermont County. • Covering events in the Clermont community and posting photo galleries online. Community Press newspapers 2003- 2011 Presentation editor in pagination department. Responsibilities include: • Assured page layout was visually interesting and used space optimally for increased readability. • Edited stories and headlines on the page for length and clarity. Rewrote as necessary. • Assured press deadlines were met so papers were printed on schedule. Checked final proofs before sending them to the press room. • Checked for accuracy in facts, grammar, spelling and Associated Press style to present newspapers in professional manner to readers. • Edited religion, food and consumer columnists; posted columns to the web to expand readership. Acted as liaison between the public and columnists. • Helped edit press releases and reader-submitted stories and photos for print and web to assure professional journalism standards were met. • Wrote stories for the regional Life sections to promote local arts, events, sports, history and people. • Shot photographs of community events to create online galleries as well as photo spreads in the paper. Xavier University 1999-2003 Assistant editor in the university’s office of marketing and public relations. Responsibilities included: • Researched ideas and wrote stories for the alumni magazine Xavier. • Wrote and edited for other in-house marketing publications to promote Xavier to potential students and donors. • Supervised student worker in publication of faculty/staff newsletter to help disseminate relevant campus in formation in a timely manner. • Wrote, organized and posted campus news stories to the web to make sure readers were seeing a fresh page every day on the Xavier site. CityBeat newspaper 1996-1999 Copy editor for publication. Responsibilities included: • Worked on special publications (i.e. Annual Manual, Dining Guide, Best of Cincinnati) for style and copy consistency to ensure quality of publications. • Wrote feature stories and literary reviews to promote life in Cincinnati and author book signings at local bookstores. • Assembled the weekly restaurant listings and wrote weekly food column called “The Dish” to keep readers apprised of restaurant openings and closings and other local culinary news. Community Press newspapers 1997-1998 Editorial assistant for Equine Edition, a monthly publication for equestrian and horse-related businesses. • Laid out pages for easy readability. • Edited stories for AP style standards as well as grammar and spelling. • Scanned photos and color corrected to ensure optimal quality for use in the paper. Cincinnati Business Courier 2003 Free-lance contributor • Wrote stories on local businesses for Growth Strategy and Real Estate sections. Education • Xavier University, Master of Arts in Humanities • The University of Denver, Publishing Institute • Miami University, Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism Computer Skills • Microsoft Word • QuarkXpress • Adobe Photoshop • NewsEditPro IQue • Saxotech Lisa J. Mauch 429 Missouri Ave. Apt. 6, Cincinnati, OH 45226 513.535.1504 (c) • 513.533.0084 (h) • lmauch@cinci.rr.com Summary Copy editor with desire and ability to deliver a product that is free from spelling errors, typos and grammar pitfalls. Well-versed in Associated Press style with a passing familiarity with Chicago Manual of Style. Proven ability to work with a team, meet deadlines and provide amiable customer service. Community Press newspapers 2003- Current Presentation editor in newspaper’s pagination department. Responsibilities include: • Assure page layout is visually interesting and uses space optimally for increased readability. • Edit stories and headlines on the page for length. • Assure press deadlines are met so papers are printed on schedule. Check final proofs before sending to press room. • Check for accuracy in facts, grammar, spelling and Associated Press style to present newspapers in professional manner to readers. • Edit religion, food and consumer columnists; post columns to the web to expand our readership. Act as liaison between the public and columnists. • Help edit press releases and reader-submitted stories and photos for print and web to assure professional journalism standards are met. • Write stories for the regional Life sections to promote local arts, events, sports, history and people. Xavier University 1999-2003 Assistant editor in the university’s office of marketing and public relations. Responsibilities included: • Researched ideas and wrote stories for the alumni magazine Xavier. • Wrote and edited for other in-house marketing publications to promote Xavier to potential students and donors. • Supervised student worker in publication of faculty/staff newsletter to help disseminate relevant campus in formation in a timely manner. • Wrote, organized and posted campus news stories to the web to make sure readers were seeing a fresh page every day on the Xavier site. CityBeat newspaper 1996-1999 Copy editor for publication. Responsibilities included: • Worked on special publications (i.e. Annual Manual, Dining Guide, Best of Cincinnati) for style and copy consistency to ensure quality of publications. • Wrote feature stories and literary reviews to promote life in Cincinnati and author book signings at local bookstores. • Assembled the weekly restaurant listings and wrote weekly food column called “The Dish” to keep readers apprised of restaurant openings and closings and other local culinary news. Community Press newspapers 1997-1998 Editorial assistant for Equine Edition, a monthly publication for equestrian and horse-related businesses. • Laid out pages for easy readability. • Edited stories for AP style standards as well as grammar and spelling. • Scanned photos and color corrected to ensure optimal quality for use in the paper. Cincinnati Business Courier 2003 Free-lance contributor • Wrote stories on local businesses for Growth Strategy and Real Estate sections. Education • Xavier University, Master of Arts in Humanities • The University of Denver, Publishing Institute • Miami University, Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism Computer Skills • Microsoft Word • QuarkXpress • Adobe Photoshop • NewsEditPro IQue • Saxotech Journalism Awards • Seven Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists awards • Five Ohio Society of Professional Journalist awards • Four Hometown Communication Award of Excellence awards • One Cincinnati Editors Association award. For a complete list, visit my LinkedIn page at www.linkedin.com/pub/lisa-mauch/15/442/ab4 Journalism Awards • Seven Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists awards • Five Ohio Society of Professional Journalist awards • Four Hometown Communication Award of Excellence awards • One Cincinnati Editors Association award. For a complete list, visit my LinkedIn page at www.linkedin.com/pub/lisa-mauch/15/442/ab4
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Craig Phillips - Freelance Graphic Design & Photo Editing
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$35
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Experience My traditional training as a fine artist has served well to enhance my ability to create. I view technological advancements as wonderful tools and not the sole solution to creative challenges. My responsibilities have included overseeing projects, supervising staff and monitoring the overall quality of work produced by the creative department. My duties include translating the client's objectives into creative strategies and managing multiple projects from conception to completion. My skills include guiding and directing creative teams, proofing specs and meeting deadlines in a cost efficient manner. I have developed a proven track record as an advanced leader in creative design and interpreting design concepts. Work History 2008 to 2013 - Epocrates Content Producer/Creative Services At Epocrates I was responsible for overseeing all promotional materials for “Epocrates Essentials.” Art directing web design, power point presentation, graphic images quality control, and print materials are also part of my responsibilities. • Assisted in the completion of projects to contribute to company success • Developed web pages and online content for the market by using CMS and HTML • Coordinated with various departments to incorporate their online needs to the designs • Assisted the team members in planning and developing new content strategies to improve efficiency and design 2000 to 2007 - Embryon, Inc. Creative Services Director I began at Embryon as a one-man shop that grew into to a 12 member staff, under my direction. In our Creative Services Department, I was responsible for interpreting scientific information, developing design concepts, and producing materials that educate physicians and other healthcare providers in the use of our client's products. I supervised Art Directors, traffic and production staff. I performed all tasks within strictly followed budgetary guidelines and meet vital deadlines. As a senior staff member I established our department policy and procedure standards. These standards have enabled the Creative Services Department to maintain design integrity throughout the design process. I am confident that the growth and expansion of Embryon's client base, which tripled in number and includes some of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies, is directly impacted by our department's ability to consistently produce high quality designs. See client list below. Previous Creative and Supervisory Experience: UMDNJ – Supervised staff of 12 Karlin Marketing Group – Supervised staff of 8 Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. – Supervised staff of 15 Client List Aventis * Janssen * Novartis * Pfizer * Stryker Howmedica *Merck * Young & Rubican * Grey Advertising * Schering-Plough * Warner-Lambert * The Bravo Group * Johnson & Johnson * Ortho-McNeil * Hoechst Marion Roussel * Warner Lambert * Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, Inc. * Public Radio Station WBGO/FM * Thomas Ferguson Associates-Common Health Proficiencies HTML, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, QuarkXpress, Project Management, Time Management, Perforce (File Versioning Software), Mobile Content, Production, Attention to Detail, Prioritization, Content QA, Keynote, Management System Software, plus traditional graphic skills. Education Bachelor of Fine Arts - Bloomfield College Certificate of Design - NYU-School of Visual Arts Continued Education - NYC Fashion Institute of Technology Continued Education - Parson School of Design References provided upon request
Piscataway, New Jersey, United States
Megan Doman - Freelance Portrait Painting & Architectural Illustration
65
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$20
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Artist Statement: Giving people the embodiment of what they cherish, capturing an image in one’s heart and bringing it to form, is the ambition of my work. If the image commands a touch to check it’s heartbeat than I am satisfied. Choosing the most precise utensils leaves no room for misinterpretation. A simple pencil, my favorite, is honest. The intended pressure and tilt of the stroke leaves a lead line of how I see and feel. Practicing my honesty, with the assistance of the wisest ear I know- Max, has revealed that many merely exist, paralyzed by fear to live in a state of present. Ciphering the moments of peacefulness within each of us, expels the obstacles that seek to bury us. With each piece I hope to divulge one’s hopes and wishes so that they may be empowered to make it a reality, as I have done for myself. Bio:Granddaughter to an industrial designer, Megan inherited his artistic talent. Don Doman was an educated, creative, and diligent designer. At the height of his career he was a product designer for Raymond Loewy Associates in Chicago, design director for the Parker Pen company and eventually owning his own industrial design firm; Don Doman Associates inc. There he retained prestigious accounts with Parker Pen, Kohler, Pullman Standard Car co., Snap on Tool Co. and many others. His designs were detailed, innovative, and successful. His products were featured in museums and publications, winning many accolades including the Triennale di Milano for his T-ball Jotter that was a liquid lead pencil. From an early age, Megan began following in her Grandfather’s footsteps. After her instructors noted her level of detailed drawings compared to her pre-school peers, Megan’s parents encouraged her interests. Sketching daily, logging a journal every night, singing in the school choir, and dance classes after school, Megan was involved in many forms of art. During middle school and high school she took every available art course, including painting, drawing, photography, pottery, fashion, and CAD. Formal training came from courses at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and her bachelor’s of Fine art degree in interior design from the College of Design of Iowa State University. While attending ISU, Megan had the privilege of studying abroad in Rome, Italy. There her talent flourished under the influences of her European professors, the culture, and history. Returning to Minnesota after graduation she pursued a career in her degree of design. However, the life of a designer proved not to serve as the right medium for her creativity. Through much deliberation and discovery she realized her purpose was in her first passion all along. Today, Megan is happily creating custom pieces from her home studio, in hopes not only fill her Grandfather’s shoes, but to out-grow them.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States