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Lawrence Reyes - Freelance Audio Editing & Television Production
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Audio Engineer with 7 years of experience in post-production with multiple awards. Specializing in sound design/sfx editing. I also do foley recording/editing, VO/ADR recording, dialogue editing and mixing.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Kathryn Davis - Freelance Editing & Fiction Writing
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I love what I do and am very motivated to succeed, which is why I have been a successful professional freelance proofreader, editor and copy editor for 20 years. Because of my background in English skills, I am highly organized and detail-oriented in my work for the advertising industry, publishing industry, journalism and the field of education. My favorite work challenge was being hired to revitalize a poorly received and error-riddled university yearbook and newspaper. I trained the students on proofing for style, spelling, grammar and spelling and helped mold both into award-winning publications within a year. I conceived, developed and created the first proofreading/editing courses for a private university. In addition, I have edited hundreds of manuscripts—both fiction and nonfiction—mentored many writers into publication at major publishing houses (Simon & Schuster, Avon, Ballantine). I enjoy editing and have developed strong interpersonal skills through coaching students and dealing with administrators and my freelance clients. I’ve worked extensively with MS Word (Track Changes), as well as Adobe Acrobat—also the Chicago Manual of Style, AP, and MLA formats. I’ve done a great deal of online editing, copy editing and proofreading; I have an eagle eye for spotting mistakes—whether in syntax, word choice, typographics, spelling or grammar. As my own bestselling novel taught me, I can do just about anything I put my mind and passion to. •Genre Fiction •Nonfiction Books •Literary Fiction •Memoirs •Newspaper Articles •Short Fiction •College Papers •Marketing Pieces •Query Letters PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Freelance Editor Self-employed 1985-Present • Editing, copy editing, proofreading, consulting, mentoring Guided several writers to publication Senior Editor A-1 Editing Service 2007-Present • Editing, copy editing, writing novels and narrative nonfiction Private Writing Coach Self Employed 2006-Present •Mentored many writers to publication • Substantive editing • Proofreading • Copy Editing • For dissertations, articles, class synopses • For fiction: characterization, plot, dialogue, pacing, copy editing, proofreading Creative Writing Teacher University of CA, Riverside Extension 1982-present Fiction Workshop (Works in Progress): fall 2006, spring & summer 2007, winter 2008 Journalism Professor California Baptist University: 9/2006-6/2007 • Newspaper & yearbook production: Guided to award-winning publications • Proofreading, grammar, punctuation • Editing • Writing Skills • Copy editing • Teaching Author Self-employed 1980-present • 8 published full length works of fiction Editor & Consultant Self-employed 1980-present • Edited manuscripts for publication • Mentored writers •Proficient in MS Word (track changes), Adobe Acrobat, PowerPoint, Excel, Chicago Manual of Style, MLA and AP style. •Home Office Includes: OSX, Fax, Copier, High Speed Internet, and Telephone. PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS & HONORS • Published eight full-length works of fiction, one of which, Too Deep For Tears, was recognized among the top five books nationwide on New York Times Bestseller List, B. Dalton and Waldenbooks Bestsellers, among many other national lists, 1990 • Guest Lecturer, James Joyce Cultural Centre, Dublin, Ireland, 2000 Chosen one of “40 Alumni Who Make a Difference” out of 40,000 graduates at University of California, Riverside, 1994 • Recognized as one of five Women of Achievement, University of Redlands, 1991 • Creative Writing Alumni Award in Fiction, University of California, Riverside, 1990 • 1st Annual Creative Writing Alumni Award in Fiction, University of California, Riverside, 1986 • Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship in History, University of California, Riverside, 1978-79 • President's Undergraduate Fellowship for Historical Research, University of California, Riverside, 1977-78 Allowed me to travel in England and Scotland to research my first novel SELECTED LECTURES AND TEACHING • Creativity Workshops: Highgrove Elementary; Benjamin Franklin Elementary; Orangecrest Elementary; Riverside, CA; 1999-2001 • “What it takes to be a writer”: UC Extension workshop; UC Riverside; Riverside, CA; February 1996 • "Crossing Cultural Bridges”: Authors' Panel; 'Women Who Are Making a Difference' Conference by Riverside County Commission for Women; Desert Springs, CA; March 1991 • "My Agent's Pajamas: or Writing Makes Strange Bedfellows"; Seminar in Creative Writing; UC Riverside Creative Writing Dept., in cooperation with U.C. Extension for Writers' Week; February 1991 • "A Madwoman's Tinker toys:" Keynote Speaker, Tulsa Nightwriters Bestsellers' Seminar, October 1990 • "Romantic Crimes: A multi-media satirical telecast"; Rom Con '84; Anaheim, CA; Romance Readers and Writers’ Conference; November 1984. • Course in Writing the Romance Novel, (with Brenda Trent): U.C. Extension; U.C. Riverside; Riverside, CA; February 1983; July 1982; February 1982 EDUCATION University of California, Riverside Masters in History 1980 Magna *** Laude BA in English & History 1978 Phi Beta Kappa, Magna *** Laude REFERENCES UPON REQUEST
Riverside, California, United States
Aubrie Jones - Freelance Art & Branding
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4.5
2 Skills
$30
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I love art, in all its forms. Since childhood I've wanted to be an artist and support myself doing what I love. My current work is a reflection of that. I'm inspired by traditions of the past and how those traditions translate to the present and influence perception and identity. I'm also interested in perception and one's perceived self versus reality. I try to draw from the world around me and create work that is reminiscent of my experiences with in it. I work with a variety of mediums and cross between design and fine art. My goal for the future is to continue to experiment and expose myself to new materials and methods to further develop as an artist. -BFA from University of South Carolina -Skilled in multiple mediums and disciplines http://www.aubrielauren.com
Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Lewis Beazley - Freelance Fiction Writing & Poem Writing
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Words are some times confusing but given the right writer they can become a thing of beauty, painting a picture so full of life you can not help but to get lost array of letters. Read on they inspire. Word play is a thing of art. Few can grasp, configure, and mold to the masses liking. Skill to capture ones mind and thoughts is all but a sentence away, for creativity is the key to every readers dream.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Duaa - Freelance Arabic Translation & Translation
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Duaa Zaghmot 808 Riverview Dr Apt.28B Columbus, Ohio 614-804-7210 • d1988@live.com About me My name is Duaa Zaghmot.I am 22 years of age. I have been raised in the United States when I was a couple of months old up until now. I speak both languages, which are Arabic and English fluently. I am currently a student at Columbus State Community College seeking a degree in medical lab technology. EXPERIENCE Coordinator – Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Organization Current • My duty is to set up events like picnics, going to the zoo, swimming, translating documents from Arabic to English and typing them etc. ESL – Omar Ibn Al-Khattab • English Second Language Teacher May-July 2010 Teacher – The Syrian Modern School March 2006-June 2007 • Kindergarten teacher EDUCATION Columbus State Community College Present Ged Diploma March 2010 REFERENCES My employer: Munir Ayad 614-588-9352 My previous Boss: Shamsa Ali 614-374-2184
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Jillian Koopman - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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Jill Koopman 710 Peachtree Street, Apt 402 Atlanta, GA 30308 215-499-4168 jilliankoop@gmail.com CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION Graduate The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL M.F.A. in Creative Writing specializing in Fiction (2011) Thesis: “Dreams on Shelves,” a collection of fiction stories Adviser: Mark Winegardner Undergraduate Schreyer Honors College, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA B.A. with Honors in English (2006) Thesis: “The Road to the Old Cemetery,” a nonfiction novella Adviser: William Cobb PUBLICATIONS Articles “Mystic Paradise,” Boston Magazine (June 3 2006) “Education Against AIDS,” Research Penn State (July 18 2005) “Eva Florencia/Novillera/Bullfighter,” Ma’OMeno (Spring 2005) “Angela Molina/Educadora Infantil/Preschool Teacher,” Ma’OMeno (Spring 2005) “Can Animals Really Smell Fear?” Research Penn State (March 16 2005) “Boys of the Streets,” Research Penn State (Feb 1 2005) “How much hotter with Pennsylvania be in 100 years?” Research Penn State (Feb 1 2005) “Research Unplugged,” Research Penn State (Jan 20 2005) Fiction “Bite Down, Hard,” Crows Nest Magazine (August 12 2010) Poetry “Walking Home from Tony Luke’s,” and “Greed on a Spoon,” Ditch Magazine (Spring 2011) “These Things Can Matter,” “Division,” Dreaming of Bombs,” Kalliope (Spring 2006) Interviews Interview with Erin McGraw, fiction writer, The Southeast Review Online (Spring 2009) Interview with Matthew Zapruder, poetry writer, The Southeast Review Online (Fall 2007) PRESENTATIONS Read short story entitled “Seasonal Help” on radio WVFS 89.7 FM (Fall 2009) Read short story entitled “Autopilot” for Florida State Creative Writing Program’s Warehouse Reading Series (July 18 2009) Read short story entitled “La Sedia Del Papa” at the Gulf Coast Writers Conference (April 3 2009) Presented a paper on Teaching Experimental Writing for a panel entitled “Creative NonFiction: The Dangerous Genre” at the Gulf Coast Writers Conference (April 3 2009) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES Fiction submission reader for The Southeast Review (Fall 2007 – Fall 2009) Member of GEAR: Graduate English Advocacy Research (Fall 2009) AWARDS AND HONORS Member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society (2006 – current) Best New Short Story Award finalist for Glimmer Train (2010) Mathew Mihelcic Poetry Award (2006) Deans List 8 of 8 semesters (2002 – 2006) GRANTS Schreyer Honors College Academic Scholarship (2002 – 2006) Schreyer Study Abroad Travel Grant (2005) English 497 Internship Grant (2004) TEACHING EXPERIENCE ITT Tech, Duluth, GA Composition 1 (Spring 2011) The Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL ENC 1142 – Freshman Imaginative Writing, 2 sections (Spring 2010) ENC 1142 – Freshman Imaginative Writing, 2 sections (Fall 2009) ENC 1142 – Freshman Imaginative Writing, 2 sections (Spring 2009) ENC 1101 – Freshman Composition and Rhetoric, 2 sections (Fall 2008) ENC 1101 – Freshman Composition and Rhetoric, 1 section (Summer 2008) ENC 1102 – Freshman Research Writing, 1 section (Spring 2008) ENC 1101 – Freshman Composition and Rhetoric, 1 section (Fall 2007) TUTORING EXPERIENCE Mega Education, Duluth, GA (Spring 2011) Tutored students in reading, writing and SAT prep The Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl Tutored registered students and walk-ins (Summer 2009) Tutored graduate students (Summer 2008) Tutored registered students and walk-ins (Fall 2007) CURRICULUM DESIGN EXPERIENCE The Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl Created and taught a course entitled “Blurring the Boundaries: Writing Poetry and Prose in Non-Traditional Forms” (ENC 1142 in Spring 2009, Fall 2009, and Spring 2010) RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE Editor for The Southeast Review’s “30-Day Adult Writing Regimens” and “30-Day Young Adult Writing Regimens” (Fall 2009 – Spring 2010) Editorial Intern for Philadelphia Magazine (Summer 2005) Writer for Ma’OMeno, a Spanish language magazine (Spring 2005) Editorial Intern for Research Penn State at Penn State University (Fall and Winter 2004) COURSEWORK Graduate Novel Tutorial (Summer 2009) 19th Paris Art and Literature (Spring 2009) Fiction Workshops (Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Spring 2009) Poetry Workshop (Fall 2008) Issues in Literary and Cultural Studies (Fall 2008) Pedagogy Workshops (Fall 2007, Spring 2008) Studies in African American Literature (Summer 2008) Poetics of Everyday (Spring 2008) Whitman and Dickinson (Spring 2008) Studies in Latino Literature (Fall 2007) Pedagogy Internship (Summer 2007) Teaching English in College (Summer 2007) Teaching English Guided Study (Summer 2007) Continuing Education Modernist American Poetry, Princeton University (Fall 2007) Undergraduate Coursework in English, American and Asian Literature, Shakespeare, Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction, Calculus, Biology, and Psychology (Fall 2002 – Spring 2006) Abroad History, film, art, and political science, taught in Spanish, in Seville, Spain (Spring 2005) SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS Proficient in Microsoft Office Proficient in speaking, reading and writing Spanish Engage audiences of a variety of ages and backgrounds Improvise creatively in the classroom Create enthusiasm about subject material Relate to a wide variety of audiences Work productively and effectively on my own WEBSITE http://www.wix.com/jillykoop/jillkoopman OTHER INTERESTS Teaching creative writing to mental health patients REFERENCES: Mark Winegardner, professor, Major Thesis Advisor. 850 644 4230, winegardner@fsu.edu Julianna Baggott, professor, member of Thesis Committee. 850 644 4230, jcbaggott@gmail.com Virgil Suarez, professor. 850 644 4230, vsuarez@fsu.edu Andrew Epstien, professor. 850 644 4230, aepstein@fsu.edu Paul Outka, professor. 850 644 4230, poutka@fsu.edu
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Ben Hagenbush - Freelance Sculpting & Horror Art
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Hello, my name is Ben Hagenbush. I have 14 years prof. experience in the art of one-of-a-kind FX style sculptures. If your seeking a design with a vast multitude of detail for a private collection or for the purpose of a prototype, I'm the one to meet your needs. All designs are professionally hand-crafted with paint, clothing, life-like hair and eyes. My designs range from horror, fantasy, sci-fi, superhero, action, drama, and more. My other skills include drawing, painting, logo and graphic design.
Denville, New Jersey, United States
Linda Chandler Kidd - Freelance Word Processing & Document Design
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I have also worked with grants and proposals as well as Aerospace Engineering manuscripts. Linda Chandler Kidd SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: Accomplished professional with strong organizational, communication, and computer skills; detail and structure oriented? EDUCATION: B.S. - *** Laude Graduate • University of Tennessee ? Chattanooga, TN A.A. Secondary Education Dean’s List • East Central Community College, ? Decatur, MS?? • Louisville High School,? Louisville, MS Honor Graduate PROFESSIONAL ASSETS & EXPERIENCE:? • Proficient in written and verbal communication ? • Detail oriented, ability to successfully structure jobs demanding multi-tasking? • Expert use of personal and Macintosh computers and software (including but not limited to Adobe Contribute, Banner, IRIS, Word, Excel, Office Publisher, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, VM Ware Fusion) • Excellent typing speed with minimal errors (85 WPM)? • Ability to design and maintain website AWARDS/HONORS:? • Blue Ribbon Award - University of Tennessee at Chattanooga • Distinguished Service - Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine • National Dean’s List EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:? • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (2003-Retired effective May 1, 2013) Health & Human Performance: Assistant to the Department Head, • Advising undergraduate students • Departmental annual budget/reports & procurement card • University, community, and prospective students liaison for the Department of Health & Human Performance (HHP) • Departmental website • Editorial and technical support for grants and contracts • Assist undergraduate students (900) with class schedules for appropriate and timely graduation for all HHP concentrations when faculty unavailable; Assist faculty with student data for all orientation sessions and for advising appointments • Enter HHP advisors’ names in Banner for all HHP advisees • Mississippi State University? College of Veterinary Medicine: Administrative Specialist in Research? to Dr. Jerald Ainsworth, Associate Dean • Liaison – federal/state agencies & legislators • Created/maintained annual report databases • Processed/submitted grants/contracts proposals on-line • Created/maintained website • Office manager? • Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station: Administrative Specialist to Dr. Vance Watson, Director • Mississippi State University ? Aerospace Engineering: Administrative Assistant to Department Head, ? Professor Charles B. Cliett • Research Technical papers/grant/contract proposals • Graduate/undergraduate student coordinator • Office Manager VOLUNTEER/COMMUNITY SERVICE • Ronald McDonald House – Volunteer • Starkville Manor – Volunteer for senior citizen residents, Starkville, MS -- transported for doctor’s visits, groceries, other necessities; hosted special celebrations; completed Medicare/Insurance claims, etc. • Children’s Reading Program, Starkville and Oktibbeha County School System, Starkville, MS • Sunday School and Training Union Teacher for 13-18 years-of-age category, Murphy Creek Baptist Church, Louisville, MS EMPLOYMENT REFERENCES: Dr. Gary Liguori**, Department Head, Health & Human Performance, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 615 McCallie Ave., Bldg. 6606, Chattanooga, TN 37403, Gary-Liguori@UTC.edu, 423-425-4176. Dr. W. Leroy Fanning** – Professor Emeritus and former HHP Department Head, 423-240-9115 or Leroy-Fanning@UTC.edu Dr. A. Jerald Ainsworth* – Provost, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 615 McCallie Ave., Bldg. 4305, Chattanooga, TN 37403, Jerald-Ainsworth@UTC.edu, 423-425-4478. Linda Orth, Registrar, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 615 McCallie Ave., Dept. 5155, Chattanooga, TN 37403, Linda-Orth@UTC.edu, 423-425-4669. Dr. Steve Underwood, Associate Professor, Health & Human Performance, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 615 McCallie Ave., Bldg. 6606, Chattanooga, TN 37403, Steve-Underwood@UTC.edu, 423-425-4173. *Please note: Dr. Ainsworth was my direct supervisor when we were both employed by Mississippi State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State, MS 39762. **Please note: Dr. Liguori took the position of HHP Department Head, effective July 1, 2012. Dr. Fanning retired as HHP Department Head, effective June 30, 2012.
Dyersburg, Tennessee, United States
Eleonora Fyseki - Freelance Book Illustration & Comic Art
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My name is Eleonora,I'm 22 years old,I'm an artist, Education: COLLEGE: Iconography, Storyboarding, Sketching, Art Graphics, Design, illustration-book-children's book-newspaper, comic-writing-art, cartooning, photo editing-photoshop, FINE ARTS: drawing painting portraits LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY: Introduction to modern art (history of art)
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Alison Wines - Freelance Writing & Legal Translation
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Writer, mother, lawyer, athlete, francophile, bibliophile, student, consultant... how do you sum up a person in only a few words? My professional background is a lawyer and management consultant, working with major corporations and government departments in Melbourne, Australia. My family recently relocated to Toronto for my husband's work, and I am currently at home caring for our baby daughter. I'm looking to do some freelance writing to indulge a passion, keep my mind active and earn a little extra income. I have a strong background in writing proposals, reports, internal and corporate communications such as newsletters and website content, and change management communications. I have had articles and reviews published in the Young Lawyers' Journal, The Pun, and online.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada