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Jeff Kandyba - Freelance Illustration, Storyboarding, Logo Design, Digital Art, & Cartooning
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Owner of Kandyba Graphics, an illustration/design studio located in Boulder Colorado. Specializes in illustration and graphic design. Collaborates with advertising agencies and marketing groups for illustrations, concept art, storyboards, animations, product conceptualizing, focus groups, cartooning, outdoor promotion, logo and icon development, print, packaging, advertising and marketing...
Boulder, Colorado, United States
Gretchen Williams - Freelance UI Design, UX Design, Animation, Website Design, & Multimedia
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$80
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Gretchen Throop Williams Boulder, CO 80301 gretchen@gretchentroop.com http://www.gtdigitalstudio.com Profile: Digital designer who has worked directly with some of Silicon Valley's top executives to improve communications by creating informative and eye-catching graphics. Proven experience with user interface, web and animation design. Unique candidate with solid CSS, HTML and...
Boulder, Colorado, United States
Steven Bedoll - Freelance Animation & Game Programming
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Art Institute Bachelor of Arts Media Arts and Animation Can work in Adobe Creative Suite Understanding Of Action Script 3.0
Boulder, Colorado, United States

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ANDREW CIENSKI, MA (Linguistics) 229 Howe Street, Victoria BC V8V 4K7 Telephone: 250-995-2713 E-mail: cienski@telus.net PROFESSIONAL PROFILE An innovative and pragmatic writer, editor, public speaker, researcher, and linguist acknowledged for conducting field, archival, and personal interview research. Exceptional attention to detail resulted in accurate articles on a wide range of topics; including environmental, political, arts, history; and for a variety of disciplines; including technical (such as RFP proposals and project summary reports), academic, journalistic, and online. Andrew has edited two books, countless articles, and works of fiction; has worked with authors and production staff to ensure facts are accurate, style is consistent, logic is strong, and deadlines are met. He has in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Word, Power Point, and all Adobe Creative Suite applications; having employed these to layout of newspapers, features, technical reports, advertisements, and books. 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115 JENKINS DR. BEECH ISLAND, S.C. 29842 803-302-2003 ¨ BOYD_AVON@YAHOO.COM AMANDA F. BOYD OBJECTIVE I am presenting to you my achievements, skills, energy, and talent for identifying myself as a responsible and professional candidate so that we can discuss my joining your company. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS • Strong verbal and personal communication skills. • Decision making, critical thinking. • Self-motivated, initiative, maintains a high level of energy. • Accuracy and Attention to details. • Tolerant and flexible, adjusts to different situations. • Organization and prioritization skills. • Problem analysis, use of judgment and ability to solve problems efficiently WORK OF EXPERIENCE 2004-2006 Huddle House Graniteville, S.C. Cashier, Waitress, Stock 2006-2007 Burger King Aiken, S.C. Cashier, Waitress 2009-2011 Amanda’s Detailing North Augusta, S.C. Run my own cleaning business, keep track of inventory, pay rolls IEDUCATION 09/15/2009 - current University of Phoenix Augusta, Georgia Business/Accounting I am studying to become an accountant EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Church Activity Collecting Change Tutoring and Mentoring LANGUAGES Spanish English REFERENCES Terry D. Beard - 803-215-0496 / 803-221-1523 - Grandfather Leslie Overstreet - 706-825-8312 - Mother Inez Richardson - 803-426-8698 - Grandmother
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