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Sarah Palma - Freelance Photo Editing & Advertising Photography
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Salazar - Freelance Art & Advertising Photography
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I'm from New Orleans.
Metairie, Louisiana, United States

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Cathy Ireland - Freelance Event Photography & Creative Writing
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4.5
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I am 19 years old with a passion for helping others, writing, photography and music. I have a 9 month old daughter who is progressing way too quickly for my own well being, but I love her just the same. I am in a happily committed relationship with the man of my dreams (who's band/solo music I manage). I enjoy helping people, getting them through problems. I love to write and take pictures as well as make/edit/critique music. I'm extremely understanding and generally very easy to get along with. I keep my professional and personal lives seperate and am extremely flexible with my hours, rates and payments. If I can be of any service to you, please do not hesitate to get in contact with me.
New Market, Virginia, United States
Ben Adams - Freelance Book Illustration & Illustration
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4.0
2 Skills
$20
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Hi, my name's Ben Adams, I currently live in Brisbane and have completed a Bachelor of Animation at Griffith University. Have been drawing and illustrating since i was a child, but have now progressed to comic series', illustration and free lance work.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Vincent Vacirca - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & 3D Animation
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4.0
2 Skills
$30
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I am born in Brooklyn, New York. I live currently in Staten Island, New York with my Fiancé, Michele, who also does my illustration work, and my Daughter, Kalista. I have spent most of my life working in the computer field as a network engineer and support professional, but have always had a passion for the arts, specifically writing and music. I play a variety of instruments and also enjoy cooking and am big fan of tattoo art and the meanings behind such art.
Staten Island, New York, United States
Mike Swallow - Freelance Album Design & Book Cover Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$15
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Little Blue Dog Designs is a multi-media artistic company created by Mike Swallow. Based in the Pacific Northwest, Little Blue Dog specialize in a variety of design areas from concert posters to book cover design to illustration and acrylic painting. I have worked with organizations such as The Wishlist Foundation (A Pearl Jam Fan Non-Profit Organization), Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Shark Angels & Surfrider Foundation to create posters, artwork and film clips to raise awareness and funds to benefit their various campaigns and charities. I specialize in music concert posters, album art and advertising campaigns for bands in the Pacific Northwest. I am a co-founder of the organization 'Ocean Roots' which is an artistic collaboration to raise awareness on ocean conservation. I have held exhibition of my artwork at the International Marine Conservation Congress in Victoria BC, the Sea No Evil (Sea Shepherd Art Exhibit) in Los Angeles CA among other events in the PNW.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Michael Willingham - Freelance Graphic Design & Flyer Design
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5.0
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I am a communications company manager who has been an artist since I was six. I worked in the graphic design industry for over 9 years and am skilled in illustration, cartooning, comic book art, painting in all mediums, sculpting in all mediums, logo, media design, carving, airbrush, some computer rendering etc. Mainly I am a old school trained artist and am skilled also in producing realistic comps, I also write. I have written a novel that is in prog looking for a publisher.
Mckinney, Texas, United States
Alicia Greene - Freelance Illustration & Spanish Translation
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5.0
2 Skills
$25
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I am an professional artist of all trades. I love singing,poetry, writing and art wrapped into one and I can't choose just one.I am a professional in every sense of the word and I will get the job done right however I will always stay true to my craft.
Lanham, Maryland, United States
Dipika - Freelance Blog Writing & Advertising Management
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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HI i dont have ready resume to download but Dipika shah, 27yrs,female,indian,knows hindi,gujarati,english nd marwadi my qualification is M.com master in commerce passed in 2007 i did a project on E-commerce work exp., i had work for 2yrs as a visa counsellor at YUrunus Immigration my duty was financing,selecting a course,nd marketing . rightnow i m at Bellevue,washington, united states,i can write blog on cooking alos specially abt northindian veg., food .fashion
Bellevue, Washington, United States
Paul Waters - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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Personal synopsis: I was born in Scotland (June 8, 1947), emigrated to Canada in 1953, and grew up in Cape Breton; I attended high school in Sept-Îles, Que., and university at St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish, N.S. I have worked full time as a journalist in both print and television since 1965. I’m married (1971) and my wife and I have six children. Skills: I’m a good writer, a fastidious grammarian and a darned fine editor (straightening out tortured prose a specialty). I manage people reasonably well, usually in a collegial style but I can lower the hammer when it’s absolutely necessary. I’m also adept at assembling pages using Quark Express and Quark Copydesk and I have recently learned to do the same thing on Saxotech.. I speak serviceable French. Career history: March-June, 2011: I spent just over three months working in Doha as a script editor and writing coach for Al Jazeera English. 2003-2011 – Editorial writer and letters editor, Montreal Gazette: As a member of the editorial board – often referred to by envious colleagues as the “ivory tower” or the “chess club” – I help through debate and study to develop the newspaper’s position on any number of issues, ranging from the war in Afghanistan and the election in Zimbabwe to the performance of the city’s police department in dealing with hockey-playoff riots. I also play an active role in selecting and editing stories for our Opinion page and letters for the ever-popular Letters to the Editor. I was one of three finalists for the 2010 National Newspaper Award (Canada’s Pulitzers) for editorial writing. 1990-2003 – Travel editor, Montreal Gazette: For 12 years I was the envy of my peers, travelling the world on The Gazette’s dime to places as varied as Yukon and Jordan. Many friends and colleagues still wonder why I abandoned such a dream gig, and I sometimes wonder myself. It wasn’t all beer and skittles, though. I produced a weekly section, managed a stable of sometimes unruly freelancers, worried about an ever-tightening budget, and wrote a weekly – and I’m pleased to say – well-read column. I also introduced a number of innovations – a “follow the readers” column, a best-deals feature, a weekend getaway column, etc. – all while reducing the budget by 30 per cent and increasing readership. 1982-1990 – Assignment editor, Montreal Gazette: As a front-line manager of a newsroom of about 30 reporters and feature writers, I organized day-to-day coverage of everything from bank robberies to health-care failures. I also oversaw the two-person legislative bureau in Quebec City. My particular strengths were developing offbeat and overlooked stories and organizing on-the-fly extensive coverage of such major disasters as the Air India bombing of 1985. 1978-1982 – Producer and executive producer, TV news, CBC-British Columbia: I was sent to Vancouver to help unify a warring newsroom and transform the limping and barely-watched suppertime news and public-affairs hour into a modern integrated information program. It was a hard time – dealing with five mutually antagonistic unions, a cumbersome management system, and a market-dominating competitor – but by and large we succeeded, increasing market share with an award-winning program and a minimal amount of blood on the floor. I also produced several stand-alone public-affairs programs on subjects as diverse as incest and phony bankruptcies. 1974-1978 – Writer, editor and producer, CBC national TV news: I worked with such luminaries as Lloyd Robertson, Peter Kent and Peter Mansbridge on The National –at the time the CBC’s premier nightly newscast. I began as a writer on the desk, putting words in Lloyd Robertson’s mouth, and worked my way up to lineup editor. I also did some field producing, most memorably being sent to Montreal in 1976 to oversee the team covering the Parti Québécois’s first election victory under René Lévesque. In my final year in Toronto I was named producer of The National with overall responsibility for day-today operations. 1968-1974 – Reporter and writer, Montreal Gazette: I began covering court and became something of an expert on the criminal organizations that operated Montreal’s gambling and ************ rackets at the time. I went on to become a general-assignment reporter and feature writer, covering among other things, the police strike of 1969, the Parti Québécois’s first election campaign of 1970 and the subsequent FLQ crisis that October, the inquiry into organized crime of 1972, and the expropriation of farmlands for the no defunct Mirabel Airport, the mistreatment of children in custodial care, etc. I spent my last year as the legislative correspondent in Quebec City. 1965-1968 – Reporter and editor, Sherbrooke Daily Record: For decades this little newspaper in Quebec’s Eastern Townships was the closest thing Quebec had to a journalism school. It was here I honed my skills as a writer and reporter, covering fires and robberies, doing police checks, writing features, reporting on municipal politics, etc. I was promoted to news editor, the No. 2 position in the newsroom, at the age of 20 and helped in the transition from hot lead to offset. In my last eight months I served as acting editor in chief – the youngest newsroom manager in the country. .
Montreal, Quebec, Canada