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Robert Del Chiaro - Freelance Photo Editing & Advertising Photography
90
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am an experienced photographer and an photo editor. I am experienced in astrophotography and electronics as well. I would be interested in any job that would require editing photos including cropping, resizing, color and exposure correction. I can apply creative effects to your photos as well. I m experienced in removing electronic noise from long exposure digital photos and using software...
san francisco, California, United States
Matthew Berry - Freelance Advertising Photography & Commercial Photography
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3.0
2 Skills
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TECHNICAL SKILLS • Adobe Creative Suite CS6 (Photoshop, Bridge, etc), Photomatix, Alien Skin Exposure 3 • Photoshop - editing, color correction/matching, skin retouching, multi-layered compositing, HDR, tone mapping • Macintosh and PC platforms • Digital, 35mm, medium format processing and printing (B&W, color, digital), Image scanning • Microsoft Office -Word, Excel, Outlook and...
San Francisco, California, United States

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Carolyn Geno - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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5.0
2 Skills
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My 25 years of solid experience combined with natural talent and education will bring your ideas, words, and message clarity, precision, and life. I offer expertise in various styles and genres such as academia/education, business/sales/marketing, technical, and journalism for a myriad of audiences. You can be confident your work has been thoroughly and accurately reviewed because I hold a minor in English (BA in history), a perfect score on the Test of Standard Written English, and extensive continuing education and self-training in Chicago and AP styles. I also offer solid familiarity with concepts and terminology specific to various industries, including energy, manufacturing, real estate, health care/medical, and government. My rates average $25 per hour and timelines are based upon level/state of text you submit, Testimonials/references available:
Houston, Texas, United States
Michael Coller - Freelance Illustration & Book Illustration
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4.0
2 Skills
$20
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I am a very talented illustrator. For example, when I was in High School I attended an area tech center for graphic design which was comprised of all the area schools. We had 3 contests that year, 2 of which were state wide, and I won all 3. I then went to Grand Valley State University where I studied art for a few semesters before I decided to go into another field. I am at a point where I have extra time now and would love to use that time investing in art and hopefully art that brings some compensation. Thanks for considering me.
Grandville, Michigan, United States
Competitive Language Services (CLS) - Freelance Language Translation & Chinese Translation
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5.0
2 Skills
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Here at the Competitive Language Services (CLS) we are happy to announce our competitive language services. We offer competitive language services to government and non-government agencies. We provide accredited and recognised language service providers with years of experience in the industry. We have language service providers for over 200 languages and dialects available 7 days a week on a short request notice. WHY USE OUR SERVICES? Our competitive language services include the following: To our clients we provide competitive: • Interpreters and translators • Sign language interpreters • Language teachers / tutors • Training for organisations on how to efficiently use language service providers • Competitive quotes and prices To our language service providers we provide competitive: • Best pay rate • Professional development • On-going support • Prospects for job security
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Edward Willett - Freelance Book Writing & Article Writing
1
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$60
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Education • B.A. in Journalism, Magna *** Laude, Harding University, Searcy, AR Professional Experience Reporter/News Editor, Weyburn (Saskatchewan) Review, 1980-1984 • Writing and photography, general news, features, weekly humor column • As news editor, oversaw staff of three reporters, copy-edited all news copy Communications officer, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Regina, 1988-1993 • Researched and wrote copy for hands-on science exhibits • Wrote advertising copy, news releases, video & radio scripts, etc. • Wrote, edited and designed bi-monthly newsletter, Kaleidoscope Freelance writer, 1993-present Selected experience: • Weekly science column in the Regina Sun, Regina Leader Post and other newspapers for 19 years • Regular science spot on CBC Radio One Saskatchewan’s Afternoon Edition with Colin Grewar for 17 years • Bi-weekly column on the World Wide Web, CBC Radio One Saskatchewan’s Afternoon Edition • Regular science guest for years on CBC TV’s national program What on Earth • Scriptwriting (Western Outlander, a 13-part wildlife TV series; a variety of other programs), radio and TV ads; Cyberbia segment of CBC-TV series Utopia Cafe • Research and writing for new exhibits at the Saskatchewan Science Centre • Research and writing for First World War exhibits at Saskatchewan Legislative Building • Research and writing for exhibits at various historical sites around Saskatchewan • Narration for Regina Symphony Orchestra concerts • Six months (contract), head of advertising creative writing, Regina Leader Post • Four months (contract), public affairs officer, City of Regina • Host (ten years) of Access Communications live phone-in show Net.talk • Host for a couple of years of CJTR arts program • Writer, Annual Report of the Chief Electoral Officer, 2013 • Instructor, Sage Hill Teen Writing Experience (Regina), 2005-2007 • Instructor, Writing Speculative Fiction, University of Regina Business Education Centre, 2010 • Writer in Residence, Regina Public Library, 2011-2012 • Guest Editor, Grain Magazine, Summer 2014 & Summer 2015 • Fiction Editor, Spring Magazine, January 2015 issue Adult novels: • Lost in Translation (hardcover from Gale Group/Five Star Speculative Fiction, mass-market paperbackfrom DAW Books) • Marseguro (DAW Books) • Terra Insegura (DAW Books) • Magebane (DAW Books), written as Lee Arthur Chane • Right to Know (Bundoran Press) • Masks (DAW Books), written as E.C. Blake • Shadows (DAW Books), written as E.C. Blake • Faces (DAW Books), written as E.C. Blake • Falcon’s Egg (Bundoran Press), coming 2015 Young adult novels: • Soulworm (Royal Fireworks Press) • The Dark Unicorn (Royal Fireworks Press) • Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star (Roussan Publishers) • Spirit Singer (Awe-Struck E-Books, reissued by Tyche Books) • Song of the Sword (Coteau Books) • Twist of the Blade (Coteau Books) • Lake in the Clouds (Coteau Books) • Cave Beneath the Sea (Coteau Books), coming October 2015 • Door into Faerie (Coteau Books), coming May 2016 • Blue Fire (Rebelight Books), coming 2015 Children’s picture books: • The Adventures of Michael and Mia: Stewards of the Land (Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan, illustrated by Val Lawton); 35,000 copies distributed to children Canada-wide for Canadian Agricultural Literacy Week 2015 Adult non-fiction books: • Genetics Demystified (McGraw-Hill) • A Safe and Prosperous Future: 100 Years of Engineering and Geoscience Achievements in Saskatchewan (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan) • Historic Walks of Regina and Moose Jaw (Red Deer Press) • Land Surveying in Saskatchewan: Laying the Groundwork for Property Rights and Development (Saskatchewan Land Surveyors Association) • Fertile Ground (50th anniversary history book of the Saskatchewan Mining Association) • Numerous computer books Children’s/Young Adult science books: • What is the Milky Way? (Rosen Publishing) • Disease-Hunting Scientist (Enslow Publishers) • Neon (Rosen Publishing) • Magnesium (Rosen Publishing) • The Basics of Quantum Physics: Understanding The Photovoltaic Effect and Line Spectra (Rosen Publishing) • Meningitis (Enslow Publishers) • Arthritis (Enslow Publishers) • Hemophilia (Enslow Publishers) • Alzheimer’s Disease (Enslow Publishers) • Ebola Virus (Enslow Publishers) • Careers in Outer Space: New Business Opportunities (Rosen Publishing) • Comets, Stardust & Supernovas: The Science of Space (Raintree/Steck Vaughan) Children’s/Young Adult biographies: • J. R. R. Tolkien: Master of Imaginary Worlds (Enslow Publishers) • Ayatollah Khomeini (Rosen Publishing) • Orson Scott Card: Architect of Alternate Worlds (Enslow Publishers) • Jimi Hendrix: Kiss the Sky (Enslow Publishers) • Janis Joplin: Take Another Little Piece of My Heart (Enslow Publishers) • Andy Warhol (Enslow Publishers) • Johnny Cash (Enslow Publishers) • Kiera Cass (Rosen Publishing) Children’s miscellaneous nonfiction: • The Library of Emergency Preparedness: Fires and Wildfires (Rosen Publishing) • Skateboarding (Rosen Publishing) • Rock Climbing (Rosen Publishing) • The Iran-Iraq War (Rosen Publishing) • Career Building Using Digital Design Tools (Rosen Publishing) • Becoming a Mason (Rosen Publishing) Awards • Marseguro won the 2009 Prix Aurora Award (Canada’s top award for science fiction or fantasy) for Best Long-Form Work in English • Spirit Singer won the Regina Book Award, for best book by a Regina writer at the 2002 Saskatchewan Book Awards • Masks shortlisted for the Regina Book Award and Young Adult Literature Award, 2014 Saskatchewan Book Awards • Terra Insegura on final ballot for 2010 Prix Aurora Award • Soulworm shortlisted for the 1997 Brenda MacDonald Riches First Book?Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards • The Dark Unicorn shortlisted for 1999 Saskatchewan Book Award for children’s literature • Magebane shortlisted for the 2012 Regina Book Award, Saskatchewan Book Awards • Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star nominated for 2001 Manitoba Young Readers’ Choice Award & named to Canadian Children’s Book Centres’ Our Choice list • Short story “Je Me Souviens” (Artemis, Summer 2002) received an honorable mention in The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Twentieth Annual Collection, edited by Gardner Dozois • Ebola Virus named one of 2004's Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K-12 by The National Science Teachers Association & The Children’s Book Council • J.R.R. Tolkien: Master of Imaginary Worlds shortlisted for 2004 Saskatchewan Book Award for children’s literature and named to the VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) 10th annual nonfiction Honor List. • City of Regina Municipal Heritage Award for Historic Walks of Regina and Moose Jaw Other • Professional singer and actor (member, Canadian Actors Equity)
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Arundhati Das - Freelance Editing & Writing
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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CAREER GRAPH <> Assistant Editor / SP GUIDE (Defense) PUBLICATIONS (29 June, 2007—25 February, 2010; New Delhi, India) <> Deputy Copy Editor / India Today (1 Aug., 2005—29 June, 2007; New Delhi, India) <> Senior Sub-Editor / The Telegraph (1 May, 2002—15 July, 2005; Kolkata, India) <> Content Manager & Website Developer / www.timesofindia.com & www.indiatimes.com (22 Jan., 2001—15 April, 2002; New Delhi, India) <> Correspondent & Copy Editor / Down To Earth (16 August, 2000—10 January, 2001; New Delhi, India) <> Sub-Editor / The Asian Age (7 Feb., 1995—14 Aug., 2000; New Delhi, India) <> R&D Officer / Stex Software Corporation (7 March 1994—6 February, 1995; Kolkata, India) *********************** WORK EXPERIENCE SP’s ~ India Today ~ The Telegraph ~ The Times of India ~ Down To Earth ~ The Asian Age <> Active involvement and participation in shows (India Today Conclave, Delhi, 2006 & 2007; Defence Systems & Equipment International Exhibition 2007, London) and seminars (4th Indo-US Economic Summit, Delhi) <> Story selection and extensive editing; page layout, with special emphasis on relevant photographs, headline, straplines, blurbs, captions and other such elements. <> Reporting and research on political/crime/defense/entertainment/feature/environment <> Co-ordination between reporters and photographers; news tracking and assimilation <> Editing news reports, quality inputs and identifying scopes for relevant snapshots <> Story and photograph selection; page layout and designing for print media <> Promotion of the various SP’s publications—SP’s Military Yearbook, SP’s Aviation, SP’s Naval Forces, SP’s Land Forces—in seminars, conferences, symposiums and various other interactive sessions involving the industry and military organizations *********************** WEBSITE EXPERIENCE <> Reporting, content development, copy editing and news update for www.timesofindia.com and www.indiatimes.com <> Reporting, content development and marketing of a food and lifestyle site www.foodiezone.com (in Delhi) <> Similar responsibilities for www.greengurus.com (in Delhi), this time for stories relating to plants (indoor and outdoor) and the environment. *********************** COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Outlook Express *********************** LANGUAGES KNOWN English, Hindi & Bengali (Written & Spoken) *********************** EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS <> MBA degree Visva Bharati University, Shantiniketan, West Bengal, India <> Graduation (Bachelor Of Arts) Shri Shikshayatan College, Kolkata, India <> Higher Secondary (Science) Jogamaya Devi College, Kolkata, India <> I.C.S.E. St. Joseph’s Convent, Chandannagar, West Bengal, India *********************** AT LEISURE <> Reading <> Travelling <> Socializing <> Photography *********************** CAREER CANVAS Fifteen years and counting, my journey in the media industry commenced in 1995 with The Asian Age, where my very survival as a trainee journalist depended on two primary parameters: speed and accuracy. Also, the momentum I gathered as the evening progressed. So, be it gathering news (mainly crime and politics) or updating news reports with the latest development or, more importantly, designing and finalizing the pages on QuarkXPress—deadline and precision were the essence. Fresh out of college, the experience was exhilarating and terrifying in parts. Suffice it to say, it was baptism by fire. After the dervish-like whirl in The Asian Age, Down to Earth seemed calmer. Seemed. For, I was to soon learn that the perceived tranquility was merely a camouflage for the daring initiatives powered by the vision and zeal of a genius, the late Mr Anil Agarwal, founder of the NGO Centre for Science and Environment. Deeply inspired by his enthusiasm and determination in environmental pursuits, I engaged in studying, analyzing and reporting on the state of the Indian environment encompassing land, air and water. For the magazine, I contributed and framed various articles, including the mangrove forests of Madhya Pradesh which is home to a rapidly dwindling number of tribal groups; violation of the Coastal Regulation (CRZ); and air pollution in New Delhi. The last went on to become a crucial rallying point for the NGO, fuelling a slugfest between the organization and the Delhi Government which was ultimately convinced to run all public transport on CNG. My next stint, in The Times of India, plunged me into a new terrain where deadline was defined as “the very minute the story broke”. Reporting and updating the websites timesofindia.com and indiatimes.com in HTML, days and nights blurred into each other as news poured in non-stop. The year 2002 also presented the much coveted opportunity to work in The Telegraph, Kolkata. Opting for the newsdesk proved to be a revelation in more ways than one—the most significant being an intense pride in editing stories meticulously, with attention to the minutest detail. Prior to this, as a crime and political reporter, the “desk” in a print operation was to me an unknown territory. The Telegraph “newsdesk” was an eye-opener. Reporters were required to do little else besides file information and data to the last accurate detail in whatever language they deemed English. The story came alive and grew muscle (literally and figuratively!) at the “newsdesk”. At the end of my stint, three years later, I was better able to appreciate the immense and crucial contribution of a diligent army of sub-editors towards achieving the lofty ideals of journalism. Soon after and for a short while, I edited the Kolkata issue of The Indian Express before returning to Delhi in 2005 with India Today. By this time, having absorbed to a large extent the broader parameters and finer nuances of the publication operation of both newspapers and newsmagazines, I was increasingly involved in the core functions involving news assimilation, comprehensive event coverage and page design. After close to two years in India Today, I ventured into the challenging genre of defense journalism with SP Guide Publications as Assistant Editor for its flagship journals—SP’s Military Yearbook, SP’s Aviation, SP’s AirBuz, SP’s Naval Forces and SP’s Land Forces. I was working at the company till February 2010. Today I look forward to resuming the exhilarating routine of juggling words and racing against deadline!
Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
Ben Leadlove - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
0
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$55
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Professional Illustrator, Designer, & Sculptor. Specializing in pencil, pen & ink, watercolor, acrylic, oil, clay, plaster, wax, wood, & bronze mediums. Visit www.benleadlove.com to see galleries of work as well as contact info for the artist. www.benleadlove.com
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Kerry Brookes - Freelance Photography & Creative Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
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looking for writing or editing work, have a background also in the arts. I have a keen eye for details and can be a person that adapts to any situation or purpose. I have a good work ethic and will get tasks done promptly. No job to small, or too large..... memoirs to resumes, portraits to albums, Presentations to PDFs. A background in education I have a systematic mind and the ability to be flexible and seek out the resources I need to get your job done.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Stephone Handy - Freelance Digital Art & Poster Design
4
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$8
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Resume: Education 2011- Bachelor of Fine Arts /Digital Art and Design, Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, AR. 2007- Diploma, Southwest Christian Academy, Little Rock, AR. Awards 2011- 1st Runner Up in the Henderson State University 14th Annual Student Competitive -Who's Who Among American College Students 2010- Henderson State University Dean's List 2008- Henderson State University Honor Roll - Henderson State University Ellis College of Arts and Science Award 2007- Henderson State University Academic Scholarship 2006- Who's Who Among American High School Students Freelance Work 2011- Henderson State University Band Camp and Band Recruitment, Arkadelphia, AR. (poster design) 2010- Henderson State University Theater and Dance Company, Arkadelphia, AR. (shirt design) 2010- Henderson State University Art Club, Arkadelphia, AR. (logo) 2010- Customized Application Solutions, NC. (logo) 2009- Henderson State University Band Camp, Arkadelphia, AR. (poster design) Work Experience 2011- Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, AR. Graphic Design Intern. 2010- Cantrell Walmart Supercenter, Little Rock, AR. Maintenance Associate. 2006- Southwest Christian Academy, Little Rock, AR. (cleaning and maintenance) Computer Skills Experienced with both Macintosh and Windows Operating Systems, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Flash, Microsoft Word, and Open Office. Volunteer Work 2011- Little Rock Zoo, Little Rock, AR. 2010- “Raven by the Brook” food drive, St. Mark Baptist Church, Little Rock, AR. 2007- St. Mark Baptist Church Media Ministry (control cameras), Little Rock, AR. Groups and Positions 2010- Henderson State University Art Club Photographer and Graphic Designer 2007- Southwest Christian Academy Senior Class Vice President - Southwest Christian Academy National Honors Society - Southwest Christian Academy Audio/Visual Lab - Southwest Christian Academy Yearbook Committee Photographer and Writer. Online Stores and Galleries http://www.redbubble.com/people/sketchx/portfolio http://sketchx.spreadshirt.com/ Featured Exhibitions 2011- Henderson State University 14th Annual Student Competitive Exhibition (1st Runner Up), Arkadelphia, AR. -"Building on Banneker" the senior exhibition of Stephone Handy, Arkadelphia, AR. 2010- Henderson State University 13th Annual Student Competitive Exhibition, Arkadelphia, AR. - Henderson State University President's Office Exhibition, Arkadelphia, AR. References Richard Stephens,Watercolorist, Workshop Instructor, Graphic Designer 501-524-7062 rswcs7@direclynx.net 28 Huntleigh Drive, Hot Springs, AR 71901 Jamie Stewart, Southwest Christian Academy Director of Development 501-772-8584 jamie.stewart@swchristian.com 10510 Aston Street, Little Rock, AR 72103 David J. Stoddard, Professor of Art 870-230-5020 stoddad@hsu.edu 1100 Henderson Street, Henderson State University, Box 7792, Arkadelphia, AR 71999 Artist Statement Whether one considers himself to be an exceptional illustrator, a skilled photographer, or a highly advanced computer whiz, a complete understanding of design and composition is fundamental for success. No matter how detailed or meaningful a piece of work is, poor choices in design and composition can render it incomprehensible and ultimately unappealing to the viewer. As an artist, I approach each task in a similar matter. Whether I am designing a logo or creating a piece to be hung in a gallery, I follow a method that insures my work is not only meaningful but is also aesthetically pleasing and comprehensible. The first step I take to creating a successful design is research. When presented with a particular subject or idea, I search for any information I can find that will help me gain a better understanding of what I am doing. After researching, I determine what information is the most important and how to conceptualize it. I normally do this with a series of sketches. When sketching, I take notes on the different visual and emotional connections I can make with the information I obtained. I also gain a general idea of how the finished product will appear. Once I have made a final decision, I determine what would be the most efficient and professional way to render the design. Sometimes a well-textured, handmade look is preferred, while at other times a sleek, clean design is necessary. I typically use a combination of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for most of my designs. The vector capabilities of Illustrator are essential when producing brand logos. Adobe Photoshop is normally my weapon of choice when creating highly textured and detailed printed and web designs. In producing a design, I do not only consider my personal feelings toward it, but how the public will view it. I always consider whether an idea is too simple or too complex. It is pertinent for one to know whether an idea is universal or stereotypical. If a design looks like an imitation of another popular, overly circulated design, it will become lost amongst the other imitators. If it is so bizarre that no one understands it, all the work put into it was a waste of time and money. A successful artist is rarely one that makes sporadic, unconscious decisions. Having a consistent method for designing not only makes the process fast and efficient, but also allows the designer to sharpen his skills and perfect his craft. That is always my goal as a designer. With every task I become more efficient, experienced and creative.
Little Rock, Arkansas, United States