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Scott McClanahan - Freelance Cartooning, Illustration, Children's Book Illustration, Caricature Art, & Comic Art
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4.4
11 Skills
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Hi. My name is Scott McClanahan. I'm a full-time freelance illustrator, using Adobe CC and a Cintiq tablet. I'm creative, very easy to work with, and obsessed with detail. Since all of my clients are remote, I have built my business on solid communication, the ability to fully understand each project's vision, and keeping to timelines and budgets. Please check out my online portfolio at...
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Robert Bryant - Freelance Animation & Poster Design
33
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4.0
2 Skills
$15
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I am a 26 year old student at the Art Institute of Cincinnati, currently studying animation. I am in my third year, but have been producing art for many years. I am an accomplished poet, with one published thus far, but am in the process of having my own book done. My life revolves around art, it is my one true passion. I consider myself prolific with a pencil or computer, just to name a...
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Miyka El - Freelance Art & Animation
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4.0
2 Skills
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My name is Miyka El Taylor. Completing a BFA in sculpture at UCLA c/o 2017. Aspiring animator. I like to work with many different forms of media for example computer work, paintings, and making sculptures. I also like my art work to range from different genres. I am an apprentice for ArtWorks where I paint murals in Downtown Cincinnati and paint murals on cars. I am easily adaptable, diligent,...
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Ephraim Fling - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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4.0
2 Skills
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Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Stuart R Vincent - Freelance Ad Design & Animation
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3.0
2 Skills
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Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

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Cherie H Bergeron - Freelance Editing & Writing
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I have edited materials (courses, handbook, etc.) for an online college. The materials edited were written by instructors, most at the PhD level. I have also helped students and job applicants with their writing assignments and resumes.
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Marjorie Robinson - Freelance Transcription & Proofreading
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I'm a wordsmith and I love to capture the spoken word. I'm interested in obtaining freelance transcription work from my home. I'm a trained court reporter. I worked as a court reporter before I transitioned into closed captioning for the hearing impaired. I was an offline closed captioner for eight years. I have a total of 13 years of transcription experience. I'm adept at legal, media, insurance and quality assurance transcriptions.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Bruce Campbell - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & Multimedia
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Bruce Irwin Campbell 30 Silverthorne Drive Sanford, North Carolina 27332 United States QUALIFICATIONS: I’m an innovative, highly-creative Visual Information Specialist with 30 years of visual information specialist experience. Cross functional expertise in presentation support, graphic design, video production, multimedia presentations, valued for initiative, resourcefulness, and video teleconferencing. Expert in concept development, direction, editing, camera angles, lighting, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, Premiere, After Effects, Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, Front Page, and Camtasia. Highly organized, decisive, and efficient; able to manage multiple priorities and meet very tight project timelines in fast paced environments. WORK EXPERIENCE: FORSCOM Headquarters / G6, Visual Information Specialist / Video Teleconference Facilitator Audiovisual Department (10/22/2011 to Present) Fort Bragg, North Carolina Pay Grade: GS-1084-09, $57,041.00 per year Picked up in Priority Placement after reduction in force (RIF) Video Teleconference (VTC) Technician; schedule and facilitate VTCs for Headquarters FORCES COMMAND (FORSCOM) and U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC) Coordinates and schedule VTC calls requirements, conference room requests, and AV support for 35 conference room / VTC Suites. 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Perform AV support for special FORSCOM ceremonies and special events. 43 Airlift Wing / Public Affairs (04/17/2005 – 10/21/2011) Visual Information Specialist Pope AFB, North Carolina United States Pay Grade: GS-1084-09, $57,041.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Advise customers on multimedia products, services and equipment. Design complex graphics, using sound judgment and creativity for direct viewing, printing, and reproduction and projection. Create scripts, animated sequences under tight deadlines, using latest computer software. Design briefings, brochures, posters, pamphlets, multimedia presentations, drawings, collages, CD covers, web design, book & magazine covers, charts, graphs, etc… Convert map files such as spreadsheets, and text files to EPS, PDF, HTML, and TIFF. Convert image files to JPG, BMP, and GIF. Convert video files to DV, DVD, AVI, MPEG-1 (352X240, 29.97 fps), MPEG-2 (720X480) 29.97 fps), MPEG-2 HD (1440X1080, 29.97 fps), WMV, (320X240, and 29.97fps) MPEG -4. Select appropriate media software and equipment to meet presentation needs. Videotape special events; edit raw footage, add video transitions and music if requested. Video streaming via Commander’s Access Channel Developed wing collage/mission poster, currently displayed throughout the Pope. Designed and supervised the construction of the new audiovisual conference facility for new 440th Air Force Reserve Unit, preparing facility layouts, electrical cabling schematics, equipment switching procedures, and projection system. Wrote Statement of Work, and assumed the role of Project Manager until project was completed. Consult with clients to develop concepts for various VI productions and presentations materials to create a variety of media without the benefit of existing material or previous productions. Responsible for compiling VI annual and five year budget Provide guidance and training to users of audio-visual software and equipment. Presentations Support: Sets up, position, synchronize, and operate various size of screens, projectors, video recorders, digital interface, (switchers) computers, audio speakers, and position microphones in base hangers and local off base facilities. Video teleconference (VTC) Program Manager; in-charge of accreditation and validation, managing, scheduling and facilitating four Video teleconference (VTC) suites, secured and unsecured, connecting DISA and VOIP. Wrote Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), CATASTROPHIC COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE Contingency Plan (CCCP), and Operating Instructions (OI) on steps to return system to full operation, after loss of power due to natural disaster, etc... DVS-G VTC Certified Provide technical support and guidance to other facilitators for operating and maintaining continuous VTC connectivity Proficient with Tandberg 6000 MXP and POLYCOM systems Expert with KIV-7 Encryption equipment and all forms of Videoconferencing protocols Played a key role in scheduling and facilitating 75 successful VTCs between Headquarters AMC and Pope AFB in support of “Haiti Relief Effort” VI advisor on 2010 Air Force Birthday Ball Committee held 9 Sep. 2010 at the Crown Coliseum Exposition Center, Fayetteville, North Carolina, overseeing the set up and creating of a multimedia historical extravaganza w/ slides, videos and music. From 17 April 2005 until the contact expired 30 September 2010, I was Quality Assurance Evaluator for Pope’s Visual Information Contract. Developed new retirement certificates template (s) for active duty and civilian personnel. 60th Services Squadron, 06/15/1996 to 04/13/2005 Lead Library Technician (GS-07) Mitchell Memorial Library Travis AFB, CA Hours per week: 40 Supervised library’s circulation counter functions, including check in, check out, overdue accounts, and renewal. Search customer requests for books, magazines, and other materials Placed material on hold, notify patrons for pick up. Recommend library services, collections, and library catalog to new customers. Collect fines and other money, maintain patron financial records and issue receipts for lost and damaged materials. Effectively respond to telephone and in-person inquiries. Assist patrons with registration procedures Distribute and evaluate library card applications, and assign statistical codes. Acknowledge complaints and problems and resolve them within areas of authority. Instruct patrons of the proper use of library equipment and online resources. Catalog new library materials; train employees on creating bibliographic records, modifying records to reflect local practices, and assigning barcode. Assign subject headings, call numbers and categories for library collection. Create and maintain patron database files, exercising excellent patron personnel formation protection procedures, plans and policies. Prepare, monthly, quarterly and annual library reports to AMC & AF Library Headquarters on include total patron, and patron collection requests. Generate and print weekly overdue reports. Member of North Bay Cooperative Library Association (NBCLA) and Outreach Program Attended weekly meetings with Solano County Libraries Plan, organize, promote and implement outreach programs, displays, and other activities at the Library, on base and in the local community. Planned, developed and spearheaded the library Summer Reading, Year of the Military Family, Red Ribbon Week, Holiday Christmas Story Time w/ Santa, and many more. 8/1969 - 8/1992 Visual Information Specialist E-7 United States Air Force Last assignment, 31 Communications Squadron Homestead AFB, FL Hours per week: 40 Volunteered sixteen hours at Thirteenth Air Force Protocol/Public Affairs, coordinating TDY orders, travel arrangements, lodging, itineraries, base tours, seating arrangement at special functions, to include dining room table set up, windshield tours, ground travel (rental cars), and off base support and security special events. Coordinated community relations interviews and meetings for commander to discuss national and regional news, impact on the relationship between the Filipino Community and U.S. Forces stationed at Clark AB. Volunteered 14 hours weekly, as Video Camera Operator at the base Armed Forces Television Network, (AFRTN) Studio, videotaping ground-breaking, as it happened news, such as the Philippine legendary People Power demonstration outside the main gate. Successfully managed Command Presentation Support Centers; scheduling and supporting 10,000+ briefings. Transported setup and operated AV equipment for conferences in hotels and convention centers in Miami, Boston, Houston, San Francisco, and Pensacola Florida. While assigned to 1363d Combat Camera, Det. 7, Thirteenth Air Force, Command Presentation Center, Clark AB, Philippines; it was my distinct honored to showcase my AV expertise in support of 10,000 + high level conferences chaired by US Government Officials such as; Senators, Congressmen, Air Force General Officers, Philippine Government Officials on base and in the various hotels in Manila, Camp John Hay, Cebu, Tokyo Japan, and Honolulu Hawaii. It was truly an honor to support briefings chaired by; President George Bush Senior, President Fidel Ramos & Corizon Aquino (Philippines), General Colin Powell, the late great General Daniel "Chappy" James, Jr., Senator (s) Richard Lugar, Bob Dole, the first black Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Thomas Barnes, General P.C. Carnes and General Merrill McPeak. During my military career I setup and operated 35MM, 16MM film projectors, 35MM slide projectors, overhead projectors, opaque projects, were considered multimedia presentations. EDUCATION: Penn Foster College Current Student Pursuing AS Degree in Graphic Design Carolina Central Community College (01/08/2009 – 05/15/2009) Sanford, North Carolina United States Credits: 6 Fayetteville Technical Community College (General Ed.) Fayetteville, North Carolina United States Description: General Ed. 4 Credits Coastline Community College (02/15/2003 - 05/15/2003) Mountain Valley, California United States Credits: 6 Description: Anthropology Course Southern Illinois University Travis AFB, California United States Degree: - Major: Work Force Education and Development Credits: 126 Description: Workforce Education & Development - Training, Employee Benefits Programs, Wage & Labor, Health & Benefits, Workman's Compensation Claims, Human Resource, Technical Writing, Adult Teaching, Proposal Writing, Linkages Solano Community College (02/01/2004 - 03/15/2005) Fairfield, California Major: General Education Credits: 6 RELATIVE TRAINING: 2008 DVS-G VTC Certification 2007 Digital Multimedia Course, Defense Information School, (DINFOS) Fort Meade MD, (240 hours) 2005 Visual Information Manager’s Course, Defense Information School (DINFOS) Fort MD, (80 hours) 2005 Microsoft Advanced Excel, Fayetteville, NC 2004 Computer Hardware - New Horizons, Roseville, CA 1969 – 1992 Visual Information Specialist – United States Air Force REFERENCES: Steven Santos, 3630 Alamo Drive, Vacaville CA, (707) 514-5222 - Personal Lisa Andrew, Fairfield CA, (707) 422-1601- Professional Richard Armading, 43 CS / CV, Pope AFB, NC (910) 394 -2541- Professional Capt. 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Sanford, North Carolina, United States
Krista Miracco - Freelance Nature Photography & Blog Writing
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EDUCATION: Masters in Business Administration August, 2008 B. A., Sociology, Minor in Psychology May, 2006 Mount St. Mary’s University Emmitsburg, Maryland WORK EXPERIENCE: Domestic Violence Specialist August 2010- Present State of Vermont- Department for Children & Families Barre & Morrisville, Vermont • Work within a team of three specialists for the state as a consultant for social workers regarding domestic violence when it is co-occurring in a child maltreatment investigation in two district offices o Assisting social workers on home visits, providing consultation by assessing the safety of victims, children and workers themselves when DCF is becoming involved with a family o When necessary, providing direct service to victims by offering advocacy, resources, and aiding them in order to have a smooth process in dealing with DCF • Attending multi-disciplinary teams/meetings in order to promote a community coordinated response to domestic violence o Providing a line of communication between DCF, domestic violence agencies as well as other community agencies, aiding in cross-trainings to promote collaboration across the board • Attend various trainings around the state regarding topics surrounding domestic violence, child abuse, batterer intervention programs, ****** abuse, *** offenders, and family inclusive practices to child protection work in order to improve my expertise • Keep statistics on all contact with workers, community organizations and clients Assistant Lethality Court Advocate August 2009- August 2010 Department of Social Services; Family Violence Unit Baltimore, Maryland ? As a permanent employee, assist a team of four Domestic Violence advocates by: ? Performing home visits alongside a police officer from various police precincts in Baltimore County, visiting homes and talking with domestic violence victims that have recently had contact with law enforcement--to make sure they are doing well, have resources and go through with pending charges if need be ? Assist Domestic Violence victims in District and Circuit court with protective orders and criminal charges between victim and offender ? Keep statistics on all contact with victims seen and assistance rendered ? Participate in community outreach efforts in Baltimore County by putting on presentations, teaching classes, assisting with Career Days and making contacts with other community organizations around the area ? Perform various administrative duties associated with my position, keep in contact with various organizations around Baltimore County dealing with Domestic Violence and attend specific meetings, conferences and trainings in order to improve my victim outreach skills Intern/Volunteer January 2009- May 2009 Department of Social Services; Family Violence Unit Baltimore, Maryland • Assist a team of four Domestic Violence advocates by: o Answering telephones and performing other administrative duties o Attending Baltimore County District Courts to aid domestic violence victims during their court hearings o Help with planning events or lectures dealing with the issue of domestic violence • For two years served as a volunteer for the 24/7 Baltimore County Domestic Violence/****** Assault hotline which aids victims in crisis- at least 20 hours per month • Have learned very valuable skills in crisis counseling, advocacy and other ways to aid a victim in a domestic or assault situation Administrator for Supplier Connections September 2008- December 2008 Avendra, LLC Rockville, Maryland ? Support four contract commodity managers by doing the following: ? Preparing reports and overseeing final contract process ? Maintaining various spreadsheets and eRM database records in order to keep contract initiatives in tact ¦ Provide weekly support with price verification for various commodity products ¦ Scheduling meetings, performing various office duties and assisting with special projects that managers need assistance with Assistant to the Director September, 2006 – September 2008 Mount St. Mary’s University/Seminary Emmitsburg, Maryland Assistant to the Director of Office of Seminary Development and Alumni Relations ? Key responsibilities include: ? Administrator of $1.5MM annual revenue stream generated through donations from alumni, parents and friends of the Seminary ? Planned and organized five annual fundraising and alumni events attended by alumni, as well as respected Bishops and top church administrators from surrounding dioceses ? Tracking and administration of donations. ? Publishing a bi-weekly financial report used by University/Seminary leaders and board members for budget planning o Organizing and managing direct mail campaigns to alumni, parents, past donors and donor prospects in order to meet Office's revenue target • Efforts directly contributed to a 72% increase in donations to the Seminary After School Program Supervisor / Intern May, 2005 – May, 2006 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Frederick County Frederick, Maryland • Designed and implemented a group mentoring after-school program for underprivileged children at Emmitsburg Elementary School in Frederick, Maryland o Identified the need to expand the Big Brothers Big Sisters program to this school, and proactively pitched the idea to the school’s administration o After two years, the program is thriving and still being offered at Emmitsburg Elementary School o Supervised a team of ten volunteer mentors. Responsibilities included: o Planning learning and creative activities each week along with the mentors o Ensuring all mentors followed appropriate behavior and service codes o Recruiting one-on-one student volunteer mentors o Planning informational meetings for volunteers; assisting parents and school administrators with the application process • Learned the nature of non-profit organizations as well as the importance of public relations between the community and outreach organizations ACTIVITIES / AWARDS: Study Abroad Participant January, 2005 – April, 2005 • Studied at the University of London in London, England through participation in The American Institute for Foreign Study program • Became immersed in European culture through various classes, cultural activities and traveling opportunities Community Service Learning Award June, 2002 • Honored at graduation for completing 338 community service hours, 68 hours over the minimum requirement of 270 hours COMPUTER SKILLS: Proficient in MS Office Suite: MSWord, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook. Extensive experience with Millennium database, and eRMProduction. Have a typing speed of 75 wpm.
United States
Alexander Counterman - Freelance Digital Art & Cartooning
1
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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Hello, my name is Alexander. Im an artist looking to get into concept art and design, while also looking to do what I love for a living. My strengths include portrait and figure drawing and I am proficient in both traditional and digital mediums. I am currently enrolled in college and looking for some work to gain experience in the field.
Easton, Pennsylvania, United States