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Jay Borowczyk - Freelance Advertising Photography & Commercial Photography
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5.0
2 Skills
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For the past twelve years digital imaging has comprised the majority of my work, although I have extensive experience using traditional cameras of all sizes, from 35mm to 8x10. For the past 15 years I have worked both independently and with designers, and for more than ten years of that time I have been releasing entire catalogs in digital form of both studio and on-site work. I have extensive...
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Brittany Musselwhite - Freelance Advertising Photography & Ad Design
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Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

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Taylor Ackerman - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Graphic Novel Art
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3.0
2 Skills
$50
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Taylor Ackerman is an Illustrator from Champaign, Illinois specializing in quirky illustrations for children's picture books and middle-grade graphic novels. She loves illustrating knobby, imperfect people and odd looking creatures.
Champaign, Illinois, United States
Dustin Davis - Freelance Illustration & Drawing
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3.5
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I draw illustrations, doodles, and comics in order to express my thoughts, my sense of humor, and my imagination. I feel that what I’m thinking is better conveyed through visual form rather than through words. It is as if I feel creating images in place of speaking is a less self-conscious way to express my thoughts. Ultimately, though, I am still self-conscious and self-aware, and this shows through in my work, I believe. With this self-awareness also comes a desire to please or gain a reaction out of the viewer. I do this by instilling at least a little humor, meaning, or both into nearly every piece of art I do. Some of the major recurring themes in my art include a sense of solitude, strangeness, and silliness. I seem to be drawn to natural settings, landscapes, and animals: the natural environment can embody a sense of vastness and unfamiliarity, while animals can sometimes have a certain kind of simple, non-personal humor that I think is appealing. Usually I seek to have a fun, fictional, irreverent feeling in my art. I do not know how to best transfer that feeling until I’ve laid the pencil to the paper. I begin drawing and develop and morph my ideas through sketches and thumbnails. I enjoy the freshness of the first thought-to-pencil transfers, but will follow a finished idea up with the proper refinements. Often I will sketch and re-work something fairly extensively before finally completing the piece by traditionally, or digitally, inking and coloring my piece. My initial ideas eventually manifest themselves into the form of either individual illustrations, or sequential art. EDUCATION Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN (May 2012): Bachelor of Fine Arts - Illustration; GPA: 3.64 Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan , Co. Clare, Ireland (April 2011); One Semester Study Abroad Program EMPLOYMENT Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN (September 2010-December 2010; August 2011-Present); Documenting the museum's art slide collection in Visual Resources department as work/study. VOLUNTEER/COMMUNITY SUPPORT Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN, June 2010-August 2010. Internship; documented the museum's art slide collection in Visual Resources department. National Honor Society, St. Peter, MN (2006 - 2008). Member, volunteer activity included Animal Companion, Pound Pals; Portrait Painter, Memory Project; and Food Preparer, Kids Against Hunger. PUBLISHED WORK, AWARDS, & RECOGNITIONS Netz, Fred . Nutmeg: Story of a Pony (2011). ISBN 0-9725485-6-4. Collaborated on illustrations with Dylan Davis to complement author's story about raising show ponies. Certificate of Merit. Illustration West 49. Judged competition. Society of Illustrators Los Angeles EXHIBITIONS Fine Line Music Café, Minneapolis, MN (2011); RAW Natural Born Artists “Junction” Show Altered Esthetics, Minneapolis, MN (2011); “Home” Show Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, Ireland (2011); Undergraduate Show BI Gallery, Edina, MN (2011); All School Project: Memory Exhibition Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN (2011); Memory Exhibition Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN (2010); Foot in the Door Exhibition Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN (2009); Time and Space Exhibition Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN (2008); Dear President Exhibition SPECIAL SKILLS Proficient skill in Adobe Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5, Dreamweaver CS5, Lightroom 3, and After Effects CS5. Proficient also in Microsoft PowerPoint; Microsoft Word.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Ruth Hanson - Freelance Writing & Icon Design
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3.5
2 Skills
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I am currently attending college and have published the first of my five novel series. I have been in and around the film industry for as long as I could remember, and know the ins and outs of creating a project from top to bottom. I have extensive knowledge of screen writing and story structure, and have a professional drawing tablet that I use for a series of comic books that I do with a partner. As for more active talents, I am experienced with voice over work and have been taught in the ways of theater and film. I also learned digital film editing at a young age, and am familiar with Final Cut Pro
La Mesa, California, United States
Jo St-Surin - Freelance Poem Writing & Song Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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My name is Jo St-Surin I am a true to life artist Abilities ranging but not limited too: Singing(Harmonizing/Melodies), Songwriting,Lyricism,Spoken-Wordsmith,Poet Registered Songwriter at Broadcast Music Inc (BMI) 2011 Ralph Lauren Polo Rugby Poetry Contestant 2007 Advanced Placement For English MCAS (Massachusetts State Exam)
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, United States
Matthew Brauchli - Freelance Animal Illustration & 3D Animation
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am an experienced artist in both traditional and modern media. My background as a 3D modeller and Animator and as a Wildlife Bronze sculptor heavily influenced the quality of my work. I specialize in creating animal and human drawings, realistic or caricatured, in a variety of mediums, both digital and traditional. I work to create the highest possible standard in my work, to deliver within the budget and on schedule. My skillset is extensive in a variety of software, strengthening my illustration workflow, and understand most publishing processes, both in printed and digital media. I am a capable creator, able to understand and interpret briefs, deliver concept artwork, adapt to client requirements, and produce quality artwork and media. Websites: www.dancinghedgehogs.com (my personal site for 2D & 3D work) www.wildbronze.com (Sculpting, and photography & graphics for the site) Examples of Past Projects: Project: Marten Yachts, the Marten 65 The Brief: Marten Yachts need a new tool to display their handiwork. Photography methods had proved frustrating in the past, as it was virtually impossible to shoot effectively the interior of a tightly compact, high-class, multi-million-dollar racing superyacht. Producing a 3D model meant they could take clients on walkthoughs, to see the entire layout of the boat, and discuss optional changes before building. The Marten 65 became the world’s first 3D Superyacht on the world wide web, that people could walkthrough in real time. Project: The KEA The Brief: The KEA is a Brainchild of Matthew and Susan Brauchli, which evolved into a screenplay format over several years. Non-human characters meant the establishing of believability was important. The concept was to create a series of panels in support of the screenplay, to reinforce the story, and to establish the do-ability of the project, while still leaving enough room for a production company to re-define Film and Character look and feel. Project: The Fox, the Raccoon, and the Tree (working title) The Brief: A Children’s book aimed at 5-8yr olds that teaches the importance of seeing the possibilities. The main characters had to be lovable, and the illustrations interesting enough to hold young children’s attention. Project: Baytex Engineering Ltd The Brief: Baytex is a world leader in tent marquee manufacturing. Four different models of tent marquees had suffered the same problem; instruction manuals and how-to videos had both failed in clearly communicating how to erect the tent correctly. 3D visualisations removed distractions and allowed people to clearly see how the components fitted easily together. Some of the largest marquees could be easily erected by two or three people now that a clear understanding of how it all fit together existed. This not only became a powerful tool for those putting up the tents, but also as a sales tool that showed just how quick and hassle free large marquee setup could be. I also have worked on: 3D Visualization for Retirement villages, Golf Resorts, Residential developments, Underwater Harbour Projects, Toy Figurines, Sports Equipment, CNC models for Logos, Power Catamaran, and Others. Sculpture of Bronze Wildlife Works (viewable on www.wildbronze.com ). Illustration for various private projects. Video Editing, Titling, Sound and Compositing for various projects including, missions Videos for Local Church, and a project for Maori Television and TVNZ (New Zealand TV Stations).
Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
John Venske - Freelance Animal Illustration & Book Cover Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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Hi my name is John Venske and I love making art whether it's for others or myself. I have about twenty years drawing, painting and digital painting (Photoshop) experience. I've done work mainly for smaller companies, clients and friends. I'm looking to move into childrens book illustration and promotional posters for any company.
Renton, Washington, United States
Bob Muleady - Freelance Cartooning & Greeting Card Illustration
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4.5
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LFP Inc.- Contract cartoonist: 2000- present. Responsible for 25 cartoons per month Editor- Hustler Humor Magazine: 2006-present. Responsible for all content in quarterly humor magazine. Creating features(writing/illustrating spoofs, fake ads, letters page), working with freelance cartoonists around the country (giving assignments, editing, returning artwork, invoicing). Created concepts for cover ideas. Starlog Magazine- Staff Cartoonist: 1992-2007. Responsible for BOBTOONS page, Sci-Fi related cartoons.
Brea, California, United States
Ronnay Walker - Freelance Travel Writing & Journalistic Videography
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I am very happy, outgoing person with great communication skills . I love traveling, apparel, hair, and beauty. I really have a great spirit of excellence, and I am just an all around great person to be around.
Houston, Texas, United States