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Curtis Hounslow - Freelance Digital Art & Poem Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$10
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I have had experience working at tim hortons for about 12 months. I love video games some might say i have no life well i do. I would like to be a video game designer or tester because ive played video games my whole life. I dont cheat. i play clean i play fair and i play to win. im excellent at racing games and i honestly dont care how many hours i work but i cannot start working till june 26 im 15 but after september i can only test video games during the weekend or i can work after school 4 to 10 but that depends on where abouts you are looking for hire. I am determined and i don't know the meaning of losing.
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Matt Kargol - Freelance Sculpting & Mural Painting
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
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Matthew N. Kargol 864-508-6455 www.matthewkargol.yolasite.com/www.321blastart.com/ iowasculptor@yahoo.com Education and Certification: 2005 MFA, Clemson University, Fine Arts 2005 MA, University of Northern Iowa, Visual Arts 1997 BA, (*** Laude) University of Northern Iowa, Art/ Teaching Iowa K-12 art teacher license folder # 335906 Iowa Community College Certification Professional Career History 2011- present Clemson Art Center, Clemson, SC Art Teacher • Develops and teaches art lessons to elementary and middle school students • Clemson Artist Guild Member • Clemson Arts Festival planning committee Full-Time Sculptor Conducts and maintains business operations for Blast Art art services • Promotes Blast Art to the public/ Maintains contacts with media outlets to promote activities/ coordinates receptions/ classes/ and happenings at Blast Art studios/ Coordinates with artists to carry out exhibitions in Clemson 2009-2012 Artistry Gallery and Workshops, Greenville, SC Full-Time Sculptor, gallery director, assistant manager • Conducts and maintains business operations for Blast Art art services • Promotes Blast Art and Artistry Workshops and Gallery to the public/ Maintains contacts with media outlets to promote activities/ coordinates receptions/ classes/ and happenings at Artistry/ Coordinates with artists to design and carry out exhibitions at Artistry Gallery/ Manages artist tenant concerns and maintain proper working conditions of the Studios/ Coordinates educational programs at Artistry 2005-2009 Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD Assistant professor of Art- Area Head for 3-D foundations, Sculpture, Art Education Also taught: 2-D Design, Drawing, Professionalism in the Arts, Art Appreciation, Survey of Art History Student Advising/ exit assessment development/ NCATE Re-accreditation/ Curriculum Development/ Capstone Experience Development/ Foundations/ Development/Scheduling,/ Co-op internship development and supervision • Doubled Art Department enrollment of art majors in less than four years through program development, recruitment, and retention of existing students • Developed and Promoted department activities to the public • Student Teaching University Supervisor • Implemented NSU Glass program (developed curriculum and facilities for program) • Founded and Coordinated Gallery 212 student gallery • Developed the NSU Sculpture Project (outdoor sculpture on campus program) • NSU Annual HS Workshop Day, developer, coordinator, promoter, recruiter, presenter • NSU Diversity committee, NSU Teacher Ed. Council, Assessment Committee • Gallery Committee, Art Department Student Organizations Committee, Fine Arts Building and Renovation Planning Committee, Senior Review committees 2005 Palmetto Media Advertising, Seneca, SC Lead Designer, concept artist, and copywriter • Performed lead role in the design and production of print, identity, packaging • Juggled short-turnaround jobs with longer, more complex projects • Developed business, managed vendors, served as client liaison • Managed press checks, art directed photos, supervised team design efforts • Maintained production schedules and budgets 2003-2005 Clemson University, Clemson, SC Instructor of Record, Sculpture/ 3-D Design Emerging Scholars, Summer experience for HS students, Clemson, SC 2001-2003 Southeast Polk Community Schools, Runnells, IA High School Art Teacher/ Wrestling Coach • Drawing, Painting, Graphic design, 3-D design, Intro to Art • Art Club creator and advisor • Assistant Varsity Wrestling Coach 2000-2001 Burlington Community Schools, Burlington, IA High School Art Teacher • Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Intro to Art • Art Club creator and advisor, • Empty Bowls advisor 2000 Hawkeye Community College, Waterloo, IA Adjunct Professor • Drawing II/ Curriculum Development for 3-D and reciprocity with area colleges Awards: Recipient Clemson Art Center's 2012 Solo exhibition Recipient NSU Faculty Performance Award 2007 Recipient of South Dakota Arts Council Project Grant for the NSU Sculpture Project Recipient of the John Acorn Outstanding Graduate Student in Art Award Clemson University Teacher of the Year 2001, Burlington Community Schools, Burlington, IA Recipient of a grant for the collection and study of the development of Children’s art Selected for inclusion in the College Art Association Regional MFA Exhibition Selected for inclusion in The 2004 South Carolina Triennial Art Show Clemson University Department of Art Fellowship Clemson Graduate Recruitment Fellowship Clemson Graduate Assistantship Toslebe-Ray Graduate Art Scholarship University of Northern Iowa Graduate Assistantship University of Northern Iowa in House Scholarship James and Merrill Hearst Art Scholarship A research Grant for the collection and study of the development of Children’s art Presentations: • Greenville, SC Architecture Month Presentation on Public Art, April 2011 • Guest Critique, Greenville Technical College, Greenville, SC 12/ 2010 • Guest Critique, Greenville Technical College, Greenville, SC 12/ 2009 • Guest Artist and Juror, Northeast Missouri State University, Maryville, MO • Presenter "Public Art " 2008 South Dakota College Art Association Conference • Presenter "Public Art In South Dakota" 2007 South Dakota College Art Association Conference • NSU Annual HS Art Workshop Day 2005-2008 Commissions: • 2012 Finalist, Dilworth Community Founding Sculpture Project, Charlotte, NC • 2011 “GO!”, Finalist, University of Northern Iowa, Multimodal Transportation Facility Public Art Component, Cedar Falls, IA • 2011 Folded Chairs and Table, New Morning Gallery, Asheville, NC • 2011 End Tables, Greenville/ Charleston, SC Residence • 2010 Chandelier, Greenville, SC residence • 2010 Table, Greenville, SC residence • 2010Desk, Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC • 2010 Bench, Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC • 2009 "In Varietate Concordia", Public Art Sculpture, Sioux Falls, SD • 2009 Finalist artist for Dean DeCarli Plaza Public Art Sculpture, Stockton, CA • 2007 “Greta”, Aurora Performing Arts Center: Fox Theater, Public Art Sculpture, Aurora, CO • 2007 “*******”, NSU Sculpture Project, Public Art Sculpture, Aberdeen, SD • 2007 “Bench #1”, NSU Bench Competition, Public Art Sculpture, Aberdeen, SD • 2007 NSU Technology Center Sculpture Courtyard designer, Aberdeen, SD • 2007 "Fairytale Castles", Aberdeen Oz Festival Mural, Public Art Mural, Aberdeen, SD • 2006 “Spotted Dog”, Des Moines East Village Rack n Roll: Public Art Sculpture, Des Moines, IA • 2006 "Dorothy in OZ", Aberdeen Oz Festival Mural, Public Art Mural, Aberdeen, SD • 2000 Finalist, Hearst Center for the Arts Public Art Sculpture, Cedar Falls, IA • 1998 “Passage”, Bettendorf Learning Campus Public Art Sculpture, Bettendorf, IA Selected Exhibitions: 2012 Anderson Arts Center Juried Exhibition, Anderson, SC Best of Show Solo Exhibition, September 2012, Clemson Fine Arts Center, Clemson, SC Clemson Artists Guild Member Show, Clemson Fine Arts Center, Clemson, SC Best of Show/ First Place Blue Ridge Arts Council, Juried show, Blue Ridge Arts Council, Seneca, SC 2011 Greenville Open Studios, Greenville, SC Clemson Fine Arts Center, Sculpture Exhibition, Clemson, SC American Craft Council Exhibition, Baltimore, MD Artistry Studios Small Works Show, Greenville, SC Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC 2010 Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC Greenville Open Studios, Greenville, SC Greenville First Friday’s, Greenville, SC 2009 Greenville Open Studios, Greenville, SC Solo Exhibition, Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD 2007 South Dakota College Art Association Conference Exhibition, Aberdeen, SD Dakota Discovery Museum, Mitchell, SD South Dakota Center for the Arts, Statewide Juried Exhibition; Brookings, SD Northern State University Faculty Exhibition, Aberdeen, SD William Penn University, Oskaloosa, IA: Two Person exhibition 2006 Solo show, Presentation College, Aberdeen, SD Sioux City Regional Juried Art Exhibition, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA South Dakota Regents Gallery, Invitational, Brookings, SD 2005 Winterfest, Aberdeen, SD Iowa State Fair Juried Art Exhibition, 1st Place award, Des Moines, IA Clemson Summer Show, Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC MFA Thesis Show “The Hairless Monkey Art Show” Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC College Art Association Regional MFA Exhibition 2005 Lowe Gallery, Atlanta GA, Curators: Bill Lowe, Robin P. Dana 2004 South Carolina Triennial, State Museum, Columbia, SC Bascome-Louise Gallery Highlands, NC Anderson County Arts Center Juried art show Anderson, SC University of Georgia, MFA sculpture exchange, Athens, GA 2003 South Carolina State Fair, Juried Fine Arts Exhibition, Award winner, Columbia, SC Art Dive Spring Show, Featured artist, Valley Junction, West Des Moines, IA 2000 Graduate Outdoor Solo Show, Waterloo Art Center, Waterloo, IA 1999 Solo Show, UNI Gallery of Art, Cedar Falls, IA Sculpture on Second, Cedar Rapids, IA Woodland Garden Show, Hearst Center for the Arts, Cedar Falls, IA
Oskaloosa, Iowa, United States
Mahmoud Abdelaal - Freelance Translation & Arabic Translation
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$11
Rate/Hr
I'm a doctor and Arabic translator for an American Medical Center in the United States. I can provide fully accurate and meaningful technical Arabic translation for the medical (or bio-medical) field.
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Peter de Beer - Freelance Music Production & Jingle Production
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$20
Rate/Hr
Working in studios around Brisbane has fulfilled all my dreams to become a professional audio engineer and producer. I'm obsessed with Protools and pride myself on going the extra mile while keeping my own home studio hobby (Lif3 Entertainment) going. Many genres inspire me, however, I'm looking to extend my knowledge in audio and expand the horizon. I have worked at Tall Tree Recording Studios and study a Bachelor of Audio Engineering and Sound Production at JMC Academy. For more infomation about me and my career, please call me on 0415938543 or email lif3entertainment@gmail.com
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
David Giles - Freelance Copywriting & Editing
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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Hello, I specialize in printing copy via webpages, self mailers, brochures, sales letters or emails that drives business to you. Consumers are smart and they want to know they are not being sold. I can develop a disarming message that carries your voice and passion for your product to your loyal and soon-to-be loyal customers.
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Charlie Beerling - Freelance Photography & Videography
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$18
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Charlie Beerling graduated from Norwich University of the Arts (United Kingdom) in 2016 with a Bachelors degree in Photography (BA Hons). In the 3 years of his course and the 16 months since graduation, Charlie has been perfecting his knowledge and skills in areas such as Photography, Videography and Video Editing. He is currently working in Vancouver, Canada as a freelance video editor working with large scale clients such as Lowes Foods and Maersk. He has been praised for having a great eye for selecting perfect moments and a strong understanding for producing a narrative within the videos that he edits. His personal Videography and editing work includes themes of travel and lifestyle. Within photography, Charlie is comfortable shooting both analogue and digitally. He enjoys shooting content that works within areas like Lifestyle, Travel, Editorial and Fashion. He has experience shooting in natural and studio lighting. Check out his work at www.charliebeerling.co.uk
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Andrew Hall - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$40
Rate/Hr
Expert in content development and managing projects requiring a high level of attention to detail. Efficient working independently, leading teams, or serving as an integral team member. Effective communicator and point person with clients, key opinion leaders, teams, and supporting departments thereby enabling the development and delivery of complex, concise products and services. Seeking a role that will capitalize on my accumulated skills and capabilities. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Freelance Publishing Professional November 2013 to Present Contract editor providing editing services for authors and publishers of professional and graduate-level medical publications and products. Primary services include developmental (substantive) editing, proofreading, process management, rights and permission resolution, and coordinating and managing contributors' efforts and deadlines. Elsevier, Inc., Philadelphia, PA December 2004 to November 2013 Senior Developmental Editor/Managing Editor Editor and manager responsible for the development of complex and high-quality print and electronic textbooks and clinical reference titles for an audience of medical school students, instructors, physicians (both generalist and specialist), surgeons, and clinical researchers. - Led a five-person team of junior, mid-level, and senior editors. Assigned projects based on individual capabilities and maintained balanced workloads so that all projects received thorough attention and published on time. Team maintained an average on-time delivery and publication rate of 98% for 2012 and 2013. - Personally oversaw the full developmental editing cycle titles annually representing approximately 30,000 pages of highly technical, sophisticated content and delivered on time and on budget with over 95% frequency. These 54 titles produced revenue in excess of $17 million over the 9-year period. Three titles won prestigious awards from the British Medical Association. - Controlled all aspects of day-to-day product and content development from contract planning and initiating through design and layout, text and artwork development, to book production and final product availability. - Worked closely with authors, editors, and contributors to keep them on task, on schedule, and motivated. Primary contact providing any and all support possible to assist them with meeting their goals and completing their part in the overall development of the product. Some projects included in excess of 100 such participants. - Partnered with the Content Strategy, Design, Production, and Digital Content teams to develop products and strategies that optimized the presentation of instructional and clinical content. - Developed and implemented a mentoring program that increased retention of key talent by educating junior staff members through a process that enabled them to migrate onto developmental and editorial teams. - Created and established processes that transitioned workflow from print-based to digital-based thereby improving efficiencies and shortening throughput time from manuscript to finished product by 30% and reducing development expenditures by 99%. - Leader working closely with strategic planners and key authors to identify and develop content from print products into ancillary digital products, such as smartphone apps, then conducted test-marketing to customers for feedback and acceptance. - Designed the user interface and created the software test plan for the highly-successful in-house–produced manuscript submission and document management system. Freelance Developmental Editor April 2002 to December 2004 Contract editor responsible for developing original manuscripts into organized and complete submissions. - Ensured consistent format and style throughout the product; performed art assessments; established document version control and tagging of features; completed publisher permission requests; and maintained all associated project control documents. - Supported client initiatives to publish complex, high-value critical titles on schedule by identifying and reducing process bottlenecks, assisting contributors with meeting their commitments and deadlines, and identifying and resolving material defects. - Developed 12 medical reference titles for 2 publishers totaling 25,000 manuscript pages. - Provided editorial support, guidance, feedback, and motivation to physician-authors in the development of their manuscripts for publication. - Researched technical options and provided development and testing support during the production of electronic products for PDA, CD-ROM, and Internet platforms. Medical Broadcasting Company (now Digitas), Philadelphia, PA January 2001 to March 2002 Project Manager, Interactive Project manager at a top-50-rated, award-winning, advertising agency leading teams of designers, artists, writers, and Web developers in the delivery of Internet campaigns and electronic products for the pharmaceutical industry. - Managed a $4-million 15-project Internet program comprising multiple Web sites, media plan and banner ad campaigns, and complex “push” e-mail program. - Resurrected a 5-year-old eight-product book of Web sites worth over $1 million in revenue and, for the first time, made it profitable. - Worked closely with clients’ marketing teams to assess and develop opportunities and to provide timely advice and opinions regarding Internet initiatives per each client’s needs. Systems & Computer Technology Corporation, Malvern, PA May 1999 to January 2001 Technical Writer/Quality Assurance Team Lead/Process Engineer - Technical Writer and Process Engineer for the internal corporate initiative to establish an Internet-based methodology comprising processes, activities, and practices for project management; software development; account management; and service delivery based on the Capability Maturity Model and the Project Management Book of Knowledge. - QA Team Lead and Lead Technical Writer on an international team of 60 engineers tasked with The Weather Channel’s successful Y2K remediation and end-to-end testing programs. Developed, wrote, and maintained all process documentation, templates, and tools. Mosby, Inc., Philadelphia, PA October 1995 to January 1999 Associate Developmental Editor/Associate Production Editor - Edited, developed, and budgeted the publishing of high-quality medical books for an audience of physicians (both generalist and specialist), surgeons, and clinical researchers. - Produced, copyedited, proofread manuscript and art; performed all tasks involving page layout, design, and typesetting; and supervised bound-book functions. United States Army, Reserve, and National Guard (Retired) October 1981 to October 2003 First Sergeant - Senior leader responsible for administration and operational support, organizational training, individual training and career development, discipline, personnel action, and health and welfare. EDUCATION Temple University Bachelor of Arts in History, Minor in Asian Studies Villanova University/Edutech Microsoft Certified Professional—NT 4 Server and NT 4 Workstation; Creating & Configuring a Web Server Using MS Internet Information Server 4; NT 4 Server in the Enterprise; Internetworking with MS TCP/IP on MS Windows NT4 HONORS & AWARDS - Developmental Editor of the Year, Elsevier, Inc., 2009. - Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, and Golden Key academic honor societies.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida, United States
Leonard Wilson Jr. - Freelance Article Writing & Business Writing
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$25
Rate/Hr
Bachelors in social sciences, Masters in teaching, MBA in progress, I enjoy writing including the following: poetry, songs, short stories, academic essays, book reports, movie reviews, editorials, sports columns, etc. I love to write.
Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Mukhamad Avari - Freelance Audio Editing & Graphic Design
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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Determined and communicative, able to work on self initiative as well as part of a successful team but team working suits me the most. ? Eager to learn and to gain professional experience. ? Organized and capable of multitasking. ? Capable of fast adjustments. ? Leadership skills. ? Able to work under pressure. ? Creative, love to find new and more practical ways to achieve more. ? Confident. ? Flexible and adaptable. ? Able to take big decisions when needed. ? Social, able to communicate with different kinds of people. ? Hard working and responsible, with experience in providing administrative support.
United States
Sarah Rose - Freelance Portrait Painting & Portrait Art
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$10
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I specialize in portrait painting, children's book illustration and digital illustration. I charge a separate flat rate for my portraits. You can view my work at: artofsarahrose.tumblr.com https://www.facebook.com/ArtOfSarahRose?ref=hl http://www.behance.net/sarahrosekelly http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=219536524&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile Objective To provide a leading publisher with professional and inspired illustration. Education Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Graduation: Fall 2013 GPA: 3.6 Major: Sequential Art Experience 2012 Illustrator for “Make it Till Mourning T-Shirt” generated sketches and final illustration to be printed on T-shirts for sale to public. 2012 Storyboard Artist for “Undeadwood” created storyboards for instruction book Story Boarding Essentials published by Watson-Guptill. 2013-Present artist on in-progress “Peep in the Tall Grass” developed character designs, environments, beat boards and story for self-published children’s book. Exhibitions 2010 Painting “Modest Mouse” exhibited in Northern Colorado Artists Association (NCAA) Annual Show, Lincoln Center Gallery, Fort Collins, Colorado 2012 Digital Painting “Conceptual Church Illustration” exhibited in SCAD Foundations Honors Show, Anderson Hall Gallery, Savannah, Georgia 2012 Digital Painting “Conceptual Church Illustration” exhibited in SCAD Fall School of Foundations Blog Exhibition, Online 2012 Painting “Self-Portrait” exhibited in SCAD Portrait Exhibition, Anderson Hall Gallery, Savannah, Georgia Honors 2010 NCAA $500 “Fossil Ridge High School Scholarship” Winner 2010 NCAA $8000 “High School Grand Prize Scholarship” Winner 2010-Present SCAD “Academic Scholarship” Award 2010-Present SCAD “Deans List” Honor Skills General: Strong sketching abilities, self-motivated researcher, affinity for digital painting, a passion for conceptual world-building, excellent writing and story-telling skills, confident presentation skills, adept at portrait drawing, imaginative creature designs. Programs: Highly proficient in: Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Proficient in: HTML, InDesign
Savannah, Georgia, United States