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Jennifer Toomey - Freelance Ad Design & Banner Design
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Education The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH ¬Bachelor of Business Administration, December 2011 ¬AACSB Accredited College of Business Administration ¬Major: Marketing, Minor: Art ¬Overall GPA 3.4 Relevant Coursework •Professional Business Communication •Digital and Art Photography •Managerial and Behavioral Processes in Organizations •Web-Based Art...
Toledo, Ohio, United States
Sydney May - Freelance Banner Design & Photo Editing
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I enjoy writing. I write songs and i love to sing.
Toledo, Ohio, United States
Brandon Carpenter - Freelance Banner Design & CD Design
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Toledo, Ohio, United States
Darryl Pedigo - Freelance Billboard Design & Banner Design
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Toledo, Ohio, United States

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Clement Chan - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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Throughout his seven-years experience in the animation industry, Clement Chan has worked from a 2D-3D Lead Animator to a 3D Supervisor. He has worked on feature-quality projects and has experience in almost every aspect of a production pipeline. Most recently, he has been passing his knowledge onto newer talents as a professor at Durham College. Specialties: 3D (Maya) Character Animation & Modelling, Flash Animation, 3D + Flash Integration & Workflow, Technical Problem-Solving.
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Lucy Oliver - Freelance Personal Assistance & Event Planning
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Lucy Oliver I am looking for a new challenge and further development of my event management and organisational skills in a dynamic and friendly workplace. I have been with my current employer for over five years and have proved myself to be hardworking, organised and efficient, enthusiastic, trustworthy and able to oversee a project with minimal supervision. I work equally well as a team member and believe good communication is key to solid internal and external relationships. I am decisive and have a good sense of humour and enjoy working to deadlines. Current Employment August 2006 to present: Board Coordinator/Project Manager, BASCA BASCA (British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors), British Music House, 26 Berners Street, London, W1T 3LR www.basca.org.uk www.songfest.org.uk BASCA owns and hosts the annual awards ceremonies the Ivor Novello Awards, the Gold Badge Awards and the British Composer Awards, at which all staff including myself assist the Event Manager. BASCA is primarily a membership organisation, lobbying on behalf of the erosion of rights in the music industry. Staff deal with high-profile professionals on a daily basis and as such we have to practice discretion, confidentiality and excellent customer service at all times. I am the Project Manager for any events outside these three main awards, as follows; • ‘Status of the Artist’ manifesto launch in October 2006 at the House of Commons for 500 people including MPs and Internationally-known musicians. • BASCA’s presence at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007 and 2008 (which included selling space on 5,000 promotional USB sticks to media composers which were given to representatives from the film industry). • Helped run the composers’ conference ArtMusFair in Glasgow in 2009. Attended by approximately 1,500 composers from across 33 European countries. The event is hosted in a different country each year. Ours was the second year. • BASCA’s presence at London Songwriters’ Week in 2008 and 2009 (Organising and securing panellists for sessions on media and film composition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. Nearly 1,000 media composers attended over the three days. • I have been Project Manager of the London songwriting festival, SongFest, for the past two years. The event consists of panels run by music industry organisations, performances, evening showcases and workshops. The panellists are award-winning songwriters and music artists, producers, managers and industry experts. An exclusive event, we sell 750 tickets over three days and the event is streamed online. • As Project Manager I named the event, secured domain names and hosting for the website, devised some of and approved all content (liaising with industry organisations sponsoring the panels) and was overall responsible for all aspects of the event; writing funding applications and raising sponsorship, budgeting and invoicing, finding and liaising with suppliers and insurers, writing briefs for the graphic designer and website designers (collecting and providing all text and images for the website), securing panellists, chairs, hosts and live performers, briefing and managing staff involved and overseeing social media, writing technical and practical specifications for the sound engineer and venue and dealing with expenses, debriefs and writing and presenting reports after the event. I have also liaised closely with the PR Manager on the promotion of the event and aims and objectives we wish to achieve. • Each event has been sold out and very popular both with songwriters and within the music industry, attracting several high profile music organisations and well known panellists. Primarily aimed at student songwriters, I have been approached to expand SongFest to events at Universities further North (Leeds, Liverpool, Nottingham) and written reports containing recommendation for the event’s expansion. My other duties at BASCA include administrative support to the Chairman, Chief Executive, the Board of Directors and our three Executive Committees of classical composers, media composers and songwriters (including arranging travel and accommodation). I manage all social media for BASCA and SongFest, manage certain areas of content on the BASCA website and manage the booking of the boardroom. I manage the annual election process for our Executive Committees (issuing notices and voting forms, collecting votes, preparing information packs to those elected) and handle numerous other office responsibilities, such as organising the Annual General Meeting, the organisation’s Christmas card list, office outings, stationery, some database maintenance, messages and gifts of congratulations, thanks or condolence on behalf of the company and so forth. Contact Reference: Patrick Rackow. Telephone: 0207 636 2929 Email: patrick@basca.org.uk IT Experience • Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, various database management systems. • Some basic website management (bespoke Joomla and Wordpress sites) • Touch typing speed: 70wpm. Qualifications • 2004: BA (Hons) Contemporary Music degree. Grade 2:1 • 1993: 3 ‘A’ Levels, A-C (English, History, Sociology) • 1991: 10 GCSEs, A-C Driver’s Licence Full, Clean, held since 1997 Other comments I am the sole registered fire warden and first aid warden for my current employer and hold a current First Aider certificate from St John Ambulance. In 2008, I was invited to lecture at London College of Music in Ealing for twelve weeks, where I was teaching music business one night a week to students studying an access course with a view to going on to register for a degree at the college. In my spare time I support live music venues and I sing in a function band occasionally on weekends. I actively seek adult education opportunities (I have studied basic Italian, crafting and am now looking for a website design course), support the charity Leukaemia Research (sponsored walks and live music events) and I am also a member of the WSIVC (West Surrey Inter-Varsity social club). Employment History May 2006 to August 2006 Surrey University, Stag Hill Campus, Guildford, Surrey Job description: ‘PATS’ Facilities Administrator and Student Support Administrator I joined Surrey University in the Performing Arts Department where I was responsible for all facilities in the building; scheduling, booking practice rooms and music studios, recording suites and dance studios and organising all repairs, maintenance, ordering consumables, hardware and software, maintaining the student database and liaising with the lecturers to negotiate and organise work placements for students. January 2005 to May 2006 Griffiths Good & Company Ltd, Gateway House, Fleet, Hampshire Job description: Commercial Insurance Broker As work was not forthcoming in the music industry I went back to a full-time job, specialising in commercial property insurance and event insurance and managing a portfolio of clients. September 2004 to January 2005 Whilst looking for work in the music industry I was a freelance cameraman assistant and also volunteered at the Harbour Day Centre in Milford, Surrey as an assistant carer to mentally and physically disabled adults. September 2002 to September 2004 BA(Hons) in Music Business at the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM), Rodboro Buildings, Guildford, Surrey. Full-Time Student September 2000 to January 2003 Aon Limited, Victoria Gate, Chobham Road, Woking, Surrey. Job description: Commercial Broker March 1998 to September 2000 Fraser Miller Limited, Craven House, Lansbury Estate, Lower Guildford Road, Knaphill, Woking. Job description: Senior Client Services Executive March 1997 to March 1998 Thomas Winter Limited, 40/46 Chapel Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Job description: Commercial Insurance Broker September 1995 to March 1997 Royal & SunAlliance plc, 100 Kings Road, Reading, Berkshire. Job description: Commercial Underwriter
Woking, Surrey, United Kingdom
Natasha Huggins - Freelance Animal Illustration & Fantasy Art
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i am 26 recent mother of two and recent housewife with plenty of time on my hands. i have very little computer or graphic experience as i have never had the software although i never did too bad with paint. i have always been able to draw, i work well with water colour and i prefer portraits of animals and people. my experience only goes as far as painting picturesque buildings in my village and selling them and selling animal art on eBay for about £15 on average. however i have dabbled in tattoo art including preforming at least 100 tattoos. most of my work is done from photos or from real life.
kettering, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
David Taylor - Freelance Book Writing & Proofreading
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Briefly, my name is DaviD. I graduated from University with a Bachelor in Business Administration ( B.B.A.), and I have done some post graduate research papers. I have worked several contract jobs and gained useful experience having taught Foreign Languages and Accounting, and having worked as a Data Analyst amongst other assignments. Along the way I have acquired many skills. One of the valuable skills I have acquired is some proficiency in EXCEL, another is the great awareness of clear communication; I can write formulae, compare and contrast, analyse and extract pertinent information from huge lists (thousands of entries) of data. Now I am writing books. I am available for a very wide cross section of assignments. Note that I have just published my first book on New Brunswick hangings entitled "Hanged Twice No Joke," an ebook to be found at smashwords.com. Please visit. It covers the period from 1786 to 1949, 14 cases, and it is more than 330 pages long. There is yet another research book in my repertoire, the main one, currently being prepared for release on the NET. This main one chronicles The Office of Sheriff of New Brunswick, starting from 1784. Nobody has done this before.
Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
Rachel Danielle Peterson - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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CURRICULUM VITAE CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION July 2009 - August 2011 Ashland University, Ashland, OH Pursued a MFA in Poetry through the university's low-residency program. My thesis adviser was Peter Campion, and Ruth Schwartz served on my thesis committee. My thesis is a collection of poetry. Sept 2005 - May 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Graduated upon thesis completion with an MA in Theology, but the degree is academic approach to the interdisciplinary study of religion. Scott Holland was my thesis adviser. Major academic courses highlights: Films, Novels, & Theology, Modernity, Post-Modernity & Belief, Hebrew, and Religion as a Source of Terror & Transformation Thesis Title: “Re-Mythologizing as a Tool for Postmodern Christianity.” Sept 1999 - June 2005, Wright State University, Dayton, OH Graduated summa *** laude with a dual major of English/Religion (BA). Major academic courses highlights: Creative Writing, Plato Seminar, C.S. Lewis, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Eastern Religions, The Problem of Evil, Shakespeare's Tragedies, and Ancient Mythology. Completed University Honors designation through course work and special project for each major (poetry collection and research paper). My honors advisers were Gary Pacernick (poetry) and Valerie Stoker (religion). OCCUPATION Sept 2013 – July 2016, Northern Marianas College, Saipan, MP English Instructor, Language and Humanities Classes taught: English Language Institute Reading and Writing courses (EN 072, EN 082, EN093, EN094), English Composition (EN 101 and 202), Intro to Literature (EN 150), Introduction to Philosophy (PI 202), and Literature of the Pacific (EN 250, and Intro to Communication (CO 210). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources, several courses were online as well. I have taken part in Hiring Committee as well as ad hoc committees. I also advised a weekly creative writer’s club off campus that was open to the whole community. I have been a guest speaker at local high schools to teach workshops on Creative Writing and aid in recruitment efforts. Sept 2007 – Aug 2013, Clark State Community College, Springfield, OH Adjunct Instructor, Arts & Sciences Classes taught: Developmental Writing (CPE 071 & CPE 072), Intro to English (ENG 111), Intro to Poetry (ENG 241). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources. Furthermore, I served as a faculty mentor to students in the college’s creative writers’ club for three years. The club published a yearly literary journal called Shards. Sept 2006 - June 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Student Coordinator of Peace Forum Duties included: planning meals, introducing speakers, moderating discussions, and coordinating volunteers at this weekly forum, which included Earlham College as well as the Bethany community. Sept 2004 - June 2005, NEXUS, WSU’s Literary Journal, Dayton, OH Assistant Editor Duties included: reading submissions, proofing poems, advertising for the journal, and formatting each issue. The magazine also started a weekly poetry workshop. Sept 2001 - Dec 2003, WSU’s University Writing Center, Dayton, OH Writing Consultant Guided students through one-on-one writing sessions to define and address problem areas. ______________________________________________________________________________ VOLUNTEER SERVICE Jan 2003 - April 2004, Brethren Volunteer Service, On Earth Peace, New Windsor, MD Decade to Overcome Violence Coordinator & Program Assistant to OEP Duties included: maintaining the denomination’s DOV network (an initiative of the World Council of Churches), attending staff meetings (facilitating when necessary), representing OEP and DOV at various events, working with the Internet, using word processors, preparing bulk mailings, writing articles, facilitating workshops, and editing articles when necessary. I received formal mediation, group facilitation, applied ethics, nonviolence, and anti-racism training. ______________________________________________________________________________ INTERNSHIP March 2013 – Sept 2013 The Review Review, online writer's resource edited by Becky Tuch, located at: www.thereviewreview.net Maintained an online presence through social media, contributed publishing tips, compiled questions for monthly lit mag quizzes, dates of latest workshops and writing retreats, researched possible sponsors as well as the latest books on the craft of writing. ACTIVITIES/MEMBERSHIP 2015 -2016. Member of The International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh). Completed August 9, 2014. “How Writers Write Poetry: Talk on Craft and Commitment,” an online course offered by The Writing University at the University of Iowa: http://courses.writinguniversity.org 2014 – present. Contributing Editor at Poet’s Quarterly: http://www.poetsquarterly.com/ 2013 – present, Member of VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts. AWARDS A Girl’s a Gun was chosen by Lisa Williams as the winner of the 2017 University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series and will be published by the same press Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellow, August 6th -September 16th 2017 at the Vermont Studio. “New Year’s” and “Redbird” were nominated for Best New Poets 2014 by Ashland University. 2014, Cleft was an Honourable Mention for the 2014 Joanna Cargill Coconut Book Prize for a First Book. 2013, Cleft of Sky, was chosen as a Semi-finalist for the Trio Award for the First/Second Book by Trio House Press, judged by Mihaela Moscaliuc. 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” nominated by The Los Angeles Review for Best New Poets. 2012, Nominated for and completed Clark State's Adjunct Faculty Leadership Institute 2010, Represented Ashland University at Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference in Washington, D.C. 2006, Elected to Bethany’s student government and represented the school at the Mennonite Writer’s Conference in Bluffton, OH 2005, Most Outstanding Student in the Department of Religion (WSU) 2005, Short story wins second runner up and a cash prize from WSU’s annual contest. 2004-2005, The National Dean’s List Dean’s List (every quarter at WSU) WSU Honor’s Program Golden Key National Honor Society PUBLICATIONS A Girl’s a Gun will be published as part of the University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series in November 2017. “Elegy of the Gun V.” was on display in the Poetry Leaves Exhibition, May 2-31, 3027, and published in the Poetry Leaves bound volume, sponsored by Waterford Township Public Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan. “Harlan County,” was published in the April 2017 edition of Front Porch Journal, literary journal of Texas State University's MFA Program. The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: CARLY SIMON,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 16, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-carly-simon/ The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: PAT BENATAR,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 9, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-pat-benatar/ The thought piece, “Some Myths Must Break,” was published on January 4, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/some-myths-must-break/ The essay, “Innovation,” was published in the Spring 2015 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2015/04/innovation.html The poem, “Fragments of Joan XVI, ” was published in Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed a media event from Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies at Clemson University, Summer of 2014. The essay, “For People,” was published in the Summer 2014 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2014/07/for-people.html March 21, 2014.“Why I Wasn’t Supposed to be Born,” a poem published in Revolver, a literary arts organization based in Lowertown, St. Paul. http://www.around-around.com/author/rachel-peterson/ 2014. “Redbird” was published first in The Burden of Light: Poems on Illness and Loss, edited by Tanya Chekhov and released in March 2014. https://soundcloud.com/foreword-literary/rachel-peterson-red-bird-the 2013. “Fragments of Joan XI.” a poem published in Her Royal Majesty, a Paris-based literary arts magazine, “Luck” Issue 13, Summer 2013. 2013, The Review Review, a review magazine based out of Pittsburgh, publishing tips: “Viva Vida! Lit Mags That Challenge Sexism,” “Ranking Lit Mags, Ranking Writing,” “Out of Africa: Lit Mags Related to Africa and Diaspora,” and “Mighty Thunder from Down Under: Australian Lit Mags and Literary Resources.” http://www.thereviewreview.net/ 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” a poem published in The Los Angeles Review, a semi-annual literary journal based in Los Angeles, March 2013. 2013, “On the Burning of a Statue of Jesus,” a poem published in Midwestern Gothic,is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan in Issue 8 and included an online interview: http://midwestgothic.com/2013/02/contributor-spotlight-rachel-danielle-peterson 2012, “Harlan County,” a poem published in Arsenic Lobster, a Chicago based literary journal, Issue Thirty, Winter 2012. 2011,"Ink," Literary Imagination, Vol. 13.3 (2011). Published by Oxford University Press, based in London, UK. 2011, MFA Thesis: Burn, a collection of poetry. 2007, Master's Thesis: "Re-Mythologizing: A Tool for Post Modern Theology." LANGUAGE SKILL German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Greek, and Maori. TRAVEL/INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 2014, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Seattle, WA. 2012, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Chicago, IL. 2007, Cross-Cultural Trip to Kenya, arranged by Bethany Seminary. 2006, Attendance at the Shakespearean Festival in Stratford (Canada). 2004, Represented OEP at the UN-sponsored Conference on Women and Religion, New York, NY. 2004, Christian Peacemaking Team (CPT) Delegation to Israel/Palestine. 2002, Studied for a semester abroad in Heidelberg, Germany. 2002, Taizé International Gathering in Budapest, Hungary, arranged by Earlham College. 2001, Young Adult Workcamp to the Taizé monastic community in France.
Ohio, United States
Creatively Yours - Freelance Content Writing & Blog Writing
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Creatively Yours Resume Education English/Professional Writing, Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI 2010 – 2013 Published Works http://www.lovettpublishinghouse.com Yesterday's Eyes, A Sad Soul Can **** You, Urban Christian Books The Patient, Annual Journal of English Department, Mount Mary University Other Writing Experience Contributing content editor - Maxine's Literary Agency Freelance content writer - http://premierwebwriting.com Creator of Christian website - http://www.freefrombondage.com Computer Skills Microsoft Excel Outlook Epic Various forms of social media
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States