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Lauren - Freelance Anime Art & Manga Art
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1.5
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$10
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Hi my name is Lauren, I love visual art, and I make and illustrate my own manga books. All my ideas come from my head, I'm well prepared with a pencil and sketchbook which I make into a manga comic. I started drawing manga books in ninth grade and I haven't stopped yet. I make my manga serious and serious situations but silly and with a twist. I love, love stories, fantasy and drama. Those are...
New Britain, Connecticut, United States

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Tom Bryant - Freelance CAD & Drafting
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I have worked with AutoCAD for over 20 years. Both 2D and 3D work, mostly 3D Primary area of work is in industrial applications but I can do architectural layouts as well. Have done almost everything from simple automotive parts to 3d conveyor system layouts for presentation drawings. My most current work has been for products supporting the offshore oil industry. Other relevant job skills: I have a good knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, 3DStudio have done technical layouts and technical writing as well.
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Rosie MacLeod - Freelance Writing & German Translation
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ROSANNA MACLEOD 18, Hartwell Crescent, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. LU7 1NP. Landline: 01525 79 0273 Mobile: 07 805 531 401 A full-time PhD student who is keen to undertake other projects alongside study that make full use of her knowledge of language and experience of working with the written words as well as her ability to write fluidly and at length. Education and qualifications 2010-2013: PhD in Austrian studies. Researching how Austria responded to the Second World War in its aftermath and how this is manifested in Austrian poetry. For this doctorate, I regularly write at length on the topics I am researching. I have developed a very good knowledge of all the many different movements of modern literature and the landmark figures. I have also gained a good level of knowledge and understanding of modern history. 2010: Completed a medical interpreting course with Pearl Linguistics, London. 2009-10: MA Translation (French and German) University of Bangor. Modules included literary translation. For this degree, I wrote a dissertation of 20,000 words on Austria and the EU. 2004-08: MA Modern Languages (French and German) University of St Andrews. This degree included two English literature modules. For this degree, I wrote a dissertation of 10,000 words on the theme of deception in the nineteenth-century French novel. 2002-04: A levels: English literature- B, French- B, German-B. 2002: GCSEs include French- A*, English Literature-A*, German- B, English-B. Relevant work experience: Writing- wrote articles about literature for publication, payment received. Proofreading- proofread a German guidebook to London of 7,000 words. Subtitling- subtitled a German film. Interpreting- Interviewed German doctors; translated and transcribed resulting interviews so as to compile reports. Translation- To date, I have translated: •German into English: Divorce documents and legal work contracts. •English into French: A museum guidebook. •French into English: Legal property documentation, a property survey, utility bills and an academic text of 7,000 words. •English into French and English into German: extensive guidebook material. Interests: 2008-present: Regular contributor for “Seren”, Bangor University’s student newspaper. 2010-present: Involvement in Bangor Student Radio- I present two shows, I research, write and deliver a weekly news bulletin and am a political researcher for the news team and the Politics Show. 2006-08: Regular contributor for La Manche, St Andrews University French magazine. References: Available upon request. Examples: Here is an example of an article I was paid for writing: Is unforgettable Alice really children’s fiction? With Tim Burton’s latest release, Alice in Wonderland; an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s adventures in Wonderland and through the looking glass, there is bound to be more interest in the children’s fiction classic. But to what extent are Alice’s merry jaunts in a fantasy world really for children? Firstly, our heroine finds more sense in a crazed, erratic and imaginary world than in the mundane reality which bores her to a painful extent and in which she does not really connect with her own sister. Is that really a concept we ought to advertise to young readers? Secondly, the potions and sweets which cause our protagonist to grow and shrink immediately are, to an adult reader, blatant narcotic references. Drug references enveloped in this type of colourful, childlike imagery so often escape the notice of young children (how naïve was I to sing Hey, Mister Tambourine Man in the playground?). Alice’s adventures - and misadventures – are very often littered with social critique and political observations. Many imaginary beings and fantasy creatures personify and represent commonplace people in the real world, sometimes with an uncanny resemblance. The Jabberwock embodies tyranny. The feuding lion and unicorn are representative of the two rival Members of Parliament contemporary to the book’s writing; William Gladstone (leader of the Whig Party) and Benjamin Disraeli (leader of the Tory Party). The former was the source of Queen Victoria’s irritation and the latter the object of her adoration. Moreover, there is the Queen who can order someone’s death at the drop of a mad hatter’s hat. Beheadings are hardly the stuff of fairytales or children’s fiction. However, such violent and tyrannical abuse of power can only ever exist in fiction, of course? Not the case. There is evidence to suggest that Queen Elizabeth the First became very flippant and impulsive with her issuing of execution warrants. I am not suggesting that Alice’s adventures are unsuitable for children. Rather, that Lewis Carroll found it easier to convey his zany Weltanschauung of a surreal so-called normality through the childish fantasy typical of children’s fiction. From his choice, it is evident that the Victorians invented childhood. Not age certificates. This is what makes Alice an unforgettable piece of children’s fiction; in childhood, we naively read about the power-crazed queen, the sweets and potions and the lion and the unicorn, and in adulthood, we can appreciate the more sinister, politicised meanings. Perhaps Alice’s adventures contain more truth than fiction. Lewis Carroll’s lifespan covered a zany reality worthy of fiction. This is why Alice stays with us through life. 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Cassie Shawver - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Animal Illustration
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More often than not, it's a walk through the woods that sparks the moment of inspiration for Cassie Shawver's personal work. She harbors a deep appreciation of nature in all its forms, and as an artist she tries to share that sense of wonder with the viewer. She enjoys pulling stories out of her surroundings--finding parallels of the human condition through personification of natural forces, with the connection between the two often spiritual. Her work is heavily influenced by folk lore from many cultures around the world and how they view their environment. In her more recent work, she also draws from a love of antique field guides, presenting information on both the scientific and spiritual aspects of her subject through hand-drawn type. Cassie's favorite medium, by far, is watercolor with pen and ink, but thanks to an education from the Columus College of Art and Design, she is capable and confident working in nearly all media. She currently enjoys working as a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and fine artist, but she longs to one day be to be a full-time children's illustrator who also happens to run a farm on the side.
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Blair Charbonneau - Freelance Copywriting & Content Writing
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Steven Brown - Freelance Script Writing & Song Writing
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Steven Brown Professional Profile: Creative professional with extensive project experience from concept to development. Talents include writing, directing, and filming. I have written, directed, and produced my own high school musicals as well as my 8th grade musical in 2008. I have worked as a journalist in my school paper for four years and eventually became editor. I have amazing leadership qualities, and ready for any challenge life throws at me. I love collaborating, and working with groups, and I am a pleasure to get along with in a social and professional level. I have also written and filmed my own web series online. Relevant Experience: • Project Development Collaborated with team of writers in the development of one of the front page new article in journalism class. • Project Management Worked directly with parents, teachers, students, clubs, and community groups to produce one of my high school shows. • Secretary Work Worked as a secretary for 1 year at Millville Public Library. Qualifications: Excel in writing Proficiency in handling paper work Conflict resolution Quick learner Computer proficient (Microsoft Office) Strong verbal communication Experience: Lead Editor 09/11-Contuning MSHS Journalism IV-Millville NJ After four years of working in writing, I finally was rewarded as lead Editor of my high school newspaper my senior year. Though I had to edit everyone's work who had major articles I still had to develop story ideas to run as well as determine what photos where in on what page, and what photos were out. Education: 2012 Millville Senior High School-Millville NJ I am currently attending my senior year of high school, but have been accepted in The LA Film School, and will be attending August 27th.
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Maxim - Freelance Photo Editing & Multimedia
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Maxim Avloshenko Photographer 4502 Ravens Crest Drive Plainsboro, NJ (202) 664-9137 (609) 423-7950 videomaxpro@gmail.com www.videomaxpro.net Please accept my letter, with these I'd like to expressed my interest in joining your team, as a member of which I believe my education and experience can be useful and mutually beneficial. I'm a professional photographer with wide experience in photography, which include various conditions and genres. My favorite photo genres include studio portrait, web presentations, commercials, fashion, sport, News, interiors and nature landscapes. I have more than 5 years experience in shooting for newspapers and magazines. I use Photoshop Light Room and Capture One for photo editing. I also have my own professional equipment: · Camera Canon EOS 5D, Mark II · Lenses: Canon Ultrasonic 28-135 Canon 50 mm Sigma 70-300 · Flash Speedelight EX 420 · Sigma Ring Flash 320 I own a compact professional travel photo studio with three flash light, umbrellas, soft box, supports and backgrounds. I graduated University of Cinematography as a specialist in Photography, cinema & television cameraman. I am familiar with shooting on multiple cameras. I hope that my experience and talent will prove to be useful to you and I will take a place on your team, which professionalism I admire. LINK: www.videomaxpro.net
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Jan Van Buyten - Freelance Storyboarding & Animation
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- JAN VAN BUYTEN 73 Sumner street #202 San Francisco CA 94103 415 948 6221 /310 341 4196 http://www.janvanbuyten.com http://www.janvanbuytenillustrator.com OBJECTIVE: Animator/2D Concept artist QUALIFICATIONS 10+ years of experience making Story Boards and concept art for movies and TV, both ANIMATION and LIVE ACTION. Creating STUNNING boards in black-and –white or color, animatics. Drawing everything, CARS, CHARACTERS, ENVIRONMENTS, BUILDINGS and ANIMALS Experienced with Pencil , Photoshop, Wacom, Cintiq, Final Cut Pro, and After Effects, Flash, Pencil Knowledge of 3D software such as Maya and Softimage, XSI. 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Sr. Animator AN AMERICAN TAIL: FIEVEL GOES WEST (1991) Universal Pictures Directors: Phil Nibbelink & Simon Wells. Sr. Animator DUCKTALES: THE MOVIE TREASURE OF THE LOST LAMP (1989) Walt Disney Animation Director: Bob Hathcock. Animator ASTERIX ET LE COUP DU MENHIR (1988) Dargaud Films Director: Philippe Grimond. Animator PUBLICATIONS THE TIGER AND THE TURTLE 2009 Published by Araiza unlimited. Illustrations, design and character design. REFERENCES Andre Burgess Producer/DP acburgess08@gmail.com Ray Venazza Writer/Director rayver6@hotmail.com Fred Vanderpoel Writer/Director fred@vanderpoel.com Daniel Jeannette Animation Director/ danieljeannette@comcast.net
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Steve D. Arnold - Freelance Voiceovers & Narration
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Los Angeles-based Voice Talent and Musician. Natural storyteller whose vocal style ranges from genuine, trustworthy, straight-forward and intelligent - to folksy, warm, guy-next-door. Broadcast-quality home studio equipped with phone patch. Steve’s education and real-life experience - as a professional musician and a voice talent - with time along the way in farming, truck driving, corporate IT management and more - bring the sound of credibility and authenticity to any voiceover project. Education: Berklee College of Music - Boston, MA Kalmenson & Kalmenson - Los Angeles, CA Edge Studio - New York, NY
Los Angeles, California, United States