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Maureen Ames - Freelance Portrait Painting & Art
270
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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I paint for the joy that it brings my soul. I hope to share my talents in teaching again very soon. I am putting together a business plan re: Conducting classes in my community. The decisions that I make in my work are a balanced sum involving client wishes, my logical input, and the eye. I have worked with many different medium over the years. My heart is in Acrylic paint these days. I like...
lincoln, Nebraska, United States
Jordan Hedgecock - Freelance Graphic Design & Art
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4.0
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Jordan Hedgecock 1914 SW 27th Street #332 jordan.hedgecock@doane.edu Lincoln, NE. 68522 - 308-530-7383 Seeking a full-time position that will provide me the opportunity to apply my graphic design skills and knowledge in the workplace. EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts Major: Art/ Graphic Design Doane College, Crete NE, Graduated: May 2011 EXPERIENCE Work Study, Art Department, Doane 2009-2010...
Fremont, Nebraska, United States
Jason Heida - Freelance Art & Illustration
50
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4.0
2 Skills
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I'm an illustrator/ designer in Omaha,Ne. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, with an emphasis in drawing. I am well versed in traditional mediums such as: pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, oil pastels, oil paints, and acrylic paints. In addition, I'm proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Painter. I'm competent in Quark and Indesign. I'm willing to take on...
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Paras Davis - Freelance Anime Art & Art
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3.0
2 Skills
$20
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I'm just a 16yr old girl looking for work. Being 16, a lot of people won't hire me due to my "inexperience" in the art field even though I'm going to graduate next year as an Art Major. I mainly draw. Usually anime and dragons. But I do work with other things as well such as face/body paint and voice acting. Small warning: I'm brutally honest and very straight forward. In short, I'm very blunt...
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Annie Rips - Freelance Painting & Art
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3.0
2 Skills
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Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Emma - Freelance Digital Art & Art
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3.5
2 Skills
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Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Laura Olivarri - Freelance Art & Logo Design
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4.0
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Omaha, Nebraska, United States

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Kay Bierdz - Freelance Illustration & Animal Illustration
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4.0
2 Skills
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Attended school at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design as well as Savannah College of Art and Design. I love traditional mediums, like acrylics/oils and charcoal, as well as digital (Photoshop/Illustrator). You can check out my website at kaybierdz.com
Denver, Colorado, United States
Fawn Perry - Freelance Document Design & Virtual Assistance
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4.5
2 Skills
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Elite Virtual, LLC offers remote solutions to businesses, individuals and not-for-profit organizations via administrative, editorial, social networking, creative and concierge services, allowing these markets: Flexibility to focus on tasks and projects that are primary Cost-efficient options to save on unnecessary operating costs Resources to strategize and growing their business Whether you dread hiring an onsite employee (who on average wastes approximately two hours per day) due to budget issues; whether you avoid dealing with staffing agencies given the inconsistency of different temps who you may or may not work well with; or, whatever your outsourcing or personal project needs may be, as long as it is in Elite Virtual’s capacity, EV will strive to exceed those needs with its range of quality services and flexibility. Today’s economic crisis has been the demise of many businesses. While downsizing is unfortunate,company sustainability and growth are always possibilities. DIY solutions could threaten the livelihood of your business as you may wind up completely bound by work. The benefits of outsourcing with Elite Virtual include: You are not bound by a contract after a task or project is completed You don’t pay for sick time, vacation time, 401k contributions or insurance No office space, equipment, supplies or excess paperwork to accommodate EV Flexibility to accomplish more important goals and more personal free time Owning or managing a business is an American dream for many of us, and with this dream we expect to live a fruitful life that allows us freedom to spend some time enjoying the things we love most. Outsourcing to a Virtual Assistant is the first step toward a breath of fresh air. Envision. Experience. Excel.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Bijan C. Bayne - Freelance Copywriting & Book Writing
0
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4.5
2 Skills
$25
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Bijan C. Bayne is an award-winning Washington-based freelance columnist and critic, and author of Sky Kings: Black Pioneers of Professional Basketball, which was named to the Suggested Reading List of the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2004. The book is also cited in “Booktalks Plus: Motivating Teens to Read” by Lucy Schall, and was named a Suggested Book of Interest by the organization Teachers Network, in 2010. He is also the author of the forthcoming book Elgin Baylor: Basketball’s First Modern Player. In July 2002, Bayne, who speaks Spanish, won the Robert Peterson Research Award for his presentation “The Struggle of the Latin American Ballplayer”, given at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y. On April 14, 2011, The Jackie Robinson Society of The George Washington University honored Bayne with ”…a teaching award in appreciation of your many years of special contribution to GW students through your participation in the Jackie Robinson Lecture Series and the class, ‘Jackie Robinson: Race, Sports, And The American Dream’. He served as public relations coordinator for the first Martha’s Vineyard Jazz Festival (August 2011). Bayne is also a founding member of the Internet Baseball Writers Association of America. in August 2009, he served as moderater for the Filmmakers’ Panel at the seventh annual Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival (on the topic “Black Film In The Age of Obama”). In 2010 he was named a Guest Lecturer for Celebrity Cruise Lines- his topics include Baseball in the Caribbean and Latin America’s Baseball Legacy. Bayne also served on the editorial board of Hotel Executive magazine. In February 2008, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his sports research from the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation. He has written biographies for volumes such as Great Athletes (Second Revised Edition, Salem Press, Sept. 2009), Black Baseball and Chicago: Essays on the Players, Teams and Games of the Negro Leagues Most Important City (McFarland 2006), The Encyclopedia of Women and Baseball (McFarland 2006), the African American National Biography (Oxford University Press, Jan. 2008). His essay on the early NBA will be published in the forthcoming The Forties in America by Salem Press. Bayne has also served as a media relations or marketing consultant to Nike, the YMCA, the Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Washington, D.C. Convention and Visitors Bureau (Destination DC) and various authors, artists, filmmakers and hotels. He has been assigned the biographical essay on Ornette Coleman for Salem Press’ upcoming Great Lives from History: African Americans. Bayne’s chapter on Black baseball in North Carolina appears in the book Baseball in the Carolinas (McFarland 2002). He was a contributor to Basketball: A Biographical Dictionary (Greenwood 2005). In addition to appearing in the upcoming documentary on the historic International League Baltimore Orioles, “The Forgotten Birds”, Bayne has been interviewed and/or quoted by The Washington Post, Atlantic, AOL Fanhouse, Rack magazine, Slate, The Philadelphia Inquirer, SLAM magazine, OregonLive.com, and has guested on radio programs in Puerto Rico, New York, Boston, Providence, Durham, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. A member of United States Basketball Writers Association, his essay on schoolyard basketball appears in the anthology “Basketball in America” (Haworth 2005). Bayne has been a writing instructor in afterschool programs and at adult education centers, as well as a public relations writer. He has written for TheRoot.com- a Washington Post/Newsweek web affiliate, Washingtonian, Diversity Issues in Higher Education, and the Journal of Sports History. Bayne is cited in the book Basketball For Weekend Warriors (The Lyons Press 2005). Bayne has guest lectured on the social significance of the life of Jackie Robinson each year since 1996 at The George Washington University, at classes, and events such as Charter Day 1996 and Unity Week in 1999. His travel articles have appeared in AAA Horizons, Family Digest, Atlanta Goodlife, Ohio magazine, Arrington’s Inn Traveler, and Hotel Executive, and his book reviews have been featured in Washington Post Book World, The Boston Herald, Wild River Review, and The Crisis. He has served as a consultant for film, television and corporate clients such as The Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau, Destination DC, Aviva Kempner, Jennifer Lawson, and WTTH in Chicago, Spike Lee, Nike, the books Wilt, and Spinning The Globe (the latter about the Harlem Globetrotters), and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s On The Shoulders of Giants, and CINE. He is Washington publicist for the award-winning film, “Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg”. On June 10, 2006, Bayne was a panelist at the annual conference of Washington Independent Writers, on the topic of marketing as an independent writer. He is an Executive Board member, and Media Relations Director of the Association for Professional Basketball Research. Bayne is a literary critic for The Bay State Banner, for whom he has written reviews of books about Willie Mays, Henry Aaron, Bill Russell, Richard Pryor, Sugar Ray Robinson, Thelonious Monk and Louis Armstrong.
Washington, Maryland, United States