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Alicia Dockett - Freelance Billboard Design & Multimedia
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3.0
2 Skills
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Objective: Seeking the posted opportunity as an entry-level employee in the field of media and relations or freelance. Skills: o Goal oriented – focus and drive for results. o Outstanding communication and narration skills. o Strong willingness to succeed in any environment. Education Illinois Center of Broadcasting Chicago-Lombard, IL 2008 Experience: o Constructed press...
West Jordan, Utah, United States
Danny Santacruz - Freelance Banner Design & Billboard Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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Danny Santacruz Summary: Graphic Design Graduate with AutoCAD drafting. Illustrator experience. Personal: Detail oriented. Mechanically inclined. Team player. Creative, flexible, dependable. Skills: Graphic Design: Adobe Creative Suite 4: Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, Flash, Acrobat. Drawing, sketching. AIGA member. AutoCAD: Computer-aided drafting 1,2,3. Technical...
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Pam Arts - Freelance Brochure Design & Billboard Design
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4.5
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Director, Writer, Art & Music Director
Kamas, Utah, United States

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Steven Winters - Freelance Customer Response & Proofreading
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3.0
2 Skills
$18
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Objective: long term employment in a reasonably stable environment using my extensive, specialized plumbing skills to assist achieving your company goals. Summary of positive characteristics and traits: Have a “can do attitude”…Innovative…Team player…Collaborate effectively on individual projects (with or without supervision)…Show initiative in problem solving…Detail oriented (by design)…Courteous…Respectful…Polite Hospitable…Diplomatic…Eager…Disciplined…Able to represent my organization appropriately, Trustworthy…Careful…Intuitive…Accountable. Earned Five Navy Achievement Awards. Summary of skills and technical qualifications: plumbing (copper, copper nickel, PVC, galvanized iron, carbon steel), pipefitting, brazing, welding (oxy-acetylene, mig, tig), ship fitter, gas free-engineering for safety, supervision/training, team building, equipment, tool and supply research and sourcing, customer, maintenance program development research, security, safety, fire,-fighting/Fire Marshall, Basic computer skills, Safety Committee, gage calibration. Experience: 20 years as a Naval Engineering Technician in several different aspects of routine ships’ maintenance as well as performing time-critical emergency repairs. Routine tasks as a plumber/ sewer technician include planned/preventive maintenance as well as performing time-critical repairs. Routine tasks as a welder include maintenance and care of my own equipment, such as checking welding cables for cracks prior to use. Welding jobs or repairs could be anywhere On the ship 3-4 in a day, sometimes none scheduled had to be performed according to set priorities. Emergency repairs, of course, took precedence over routine tasks. Specific examples include Major sewer clog on 15 March 2006, which prevented any flushing from either men’s or women’s bathrooms on the ship. Because of my pipe cutting, replacing and welding skills, I was instructed by my Senior Chief to manage this repair ASAP. I planned and executed this repair, saving the Navy about $20,000. Was awarded a letter of commendation praising my technical expertise and motivation to restore the ship’s habitability as quickly as possible. Naval Training Schools/Certificates awarded: Major certifications include Journeyman Plumber License (2004) Sewage Technician, and Weld School “c” Advanced. Other certificates earned Shipfitter, Sheet Metal SQIP, Pipe SQIP, Leadership School E-5, E-6, E-7. Safety Petty Officer, Firefighting School .
Groton, Connecticut, United States
Ben O'Bree - Freelance Photo Editing & Brochure Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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I left Turramurra High School in 1983 with a not so great result in my HSC then I took a Graphic Design course, School of Visual Art, Crown St, Sydney, then I got a Diploma in Interactive Multi Media, from Crows Nest TAFE in 2001 with with credits for photoshop. I currently use CS4 InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, to create graphics for print, and Dreamweaver to create websites (http://www.sydneyeyehospitalfoundation.org.au/) and I am learning how to use Flash for animation. Having grown up with a mum, grandfather and great grandfather who were all artists I have been exposed to art and music for my whole life as my grandfather used to make and play his own guitar's and banjo's as well. So when I left school the hardest thing was deciding if I wanted to be in art, fashion, film or music. Luckily my Dad decided moving up the coast and painting for a living probably wasn't the best idea. So off I went to the School of Visual Art, Crown St, Sydney to get some qualifications in commercial art, after a year learning how to create storyboards, illustrate and shoot a bromide I got myself a job doing finished art at a small agency in North Sydney called Livingstone Vale Wells (LVW), then onto the Standards Association of Australia where it was more finished art with some design and illustration, but a very different work environment from an ad agency, I now knew an ad agency would suit me a lot better. Soon after this the Apple MacIntosh Classic came out and my new goal was to work with them as soon as possible, to this end I got myself a job with my old Creative Director from LVW shooting bromides and doing finished art, but he was also using Freehand and Pagemaker to create artwork and set his own type. I was on my way. The short story is that I have been working as a commercial artist for the past 25 years designing and creating artwork and with the advent of Mac and the new software coming out I can now do film, art and music all in the one place. I have always had an interest in music and have played congas and bongos in a couple of bands over the years, we never really had much success but it is an experience that has given me an insight as to how create music using garage band software. I also did an introduction to Jazz Guitar at the Con in Sydney and regularly get out my djembe and join in the local drum circle. I now live on the Central Coast, NSW and share my place with two Border Collies who let me stay as long as I keep the tummy rubs and food coming. Apart from creating commercial art I also do abstract work, mostly in PS and have sold work at an exhibition I held with other artists, apart from this I have started sculpting in wood and hebel brick and have posted work on Red Bubble and Deviant Art. Please check out my portfolio images to view some of my latest work. I started at Armstrongs Advertising in 88 and left in 90 and was a Senior Finished Artist/Mac Operator designing and producing position vacant ads to appear in major metro papers and co-ordinated work through the studio for Crown & Anchor printing, but more importantly it was where I really got some experience on the Mac. Then it was off to Adcell where I produced all artwork for the agency on the Mac and was involved in design, conceptual think tanks and introducing the art directors and designers to Mac technology and software. I then landed at Online Design for three years where I worked on a wide range of accounts from corporate image to packaging, one of my responsibilities was producing artwork for Woolworths Catalogues, this required liaison with both the client and their design/production company. While at Online I also worked on projects ranging from press ads and posters to slide & paper presentations an started doing hi-res retouching as photoshop had now taken over from Paintbox and was moving ahead as far as market share went. Then off to John Singleton Advertising for more Mac work and hi-end retouching which came to a halt due to budget restrictions. I then got lucky and got myself a job as Studio Head at Saatchi & Saatchi I worked primarily on the David Jones Account for their retail division, Team Saatchi. As we had to set up a new studio and computer system I took on the role of Studio Head and it became my responsibility to ensure the system was maintained and running efficiently. I was also responsible for producing up to 30 ads per week for both magazines and newspapers. Along with ads I also worked very closely with their creative teams to create full colour catalogues, account enclosures and a wide variety of small projects. While being primarily employed to work on retail clients I helped out the mainstream agency with some of their projects, due to the nature of the business I was also asked to work on some pitches, these included ALP, Toyota, Vodafone & David Jones, which we won. I started to think about setting up my own graphic design business about this time so I took a position as a Graphic Designer/Production Manager at Worldwide Online Printing where I had the opportunity to develop my communication skills as it involved direct client contact with the client for quoting print work, taking briefs, and ongoing liaison. In conjunction with designing the print work I was also responsible for ensuring quality of the print job and keeping all parties informed of all developments, from client sign off of proof, to the delivery of the printed material. The opportunity to buy a franchise was on the table but I didn't quite have the funds so I declined the offer and moved on.... ...to IdeaWorks where I was involved with a wide variety of projects ranging from press campaigns to Logo design. While having to work to very tight deadlines I also had to maintain the quality of the artwork and jump from client to client and piece to piece. The projects I was involved in are many and varied. Angus & Coote Annual report 2000 and POS • Talon Packaging, Bus sides, bus interiors and POS • Wonderland Bus sides, POS • Thrifty Yellow pages ads, billboards, magazine, press ads and truck livery • Michel’s Patisserie, flyers posters and various bits and pieces • Barbecues Galore, press ads, POS, and catalogues • VW press campaign • Daewoo press campaigns 2000/2001. While working on these and other clients I have used Quick Cut for electronic delivery to publications and a plotted jobs on a large format printer as well as Hi-res retouching and Illustration. Before leaving Sydney I worked at Snap Printing where I was responsible for all studio work. This included producing artwork and some design for all client requests and working with the files sent to us by clients for output to film from various file formats, and producing digital printing from pdf, QuarkExpress, InDesign, Word or Powerpoint. I also liased with clients over the phone, taking instructions for alterations to their artwork. Freelance Between full-time work I freelanced and have had the opportunity to work on many different projects including packaging (Nestlé, Kellogg’s, Sunbeam, Coca-Cola, Smith Kline-Beecham,Tooheys), Point of Sale (KFC, Energizer Batteries, Coca-Cola), Corporate Communication (CSR, Pro Sport), Retail Catalogue (Dick Smith Electronics, Interim Technology Services, Promotional Partners Christmas Catalogue), Advertising (Perpetual Trustees, Harley Davidson Motorcycles).
Buff Pt, New South Wales, Australia
Jose Zambrano Cassella - Freelance Videography & Video Editing
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5.0
2 Skills
$200
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Director, Director of Photography and Digital Cinematographer, 22 years of experience in the field with over 450 top agency national TV Spots, 250 Music Videos and vast experience in feature film production. WWW.JOSECASSELLA.COM Starting in 1991 as a 35mm Camera Operator for numerous European and South American commercials such as Mane n' Tale, Spalding and Seagram's. After a well-rounded run as a DP in his native country. Jose has spent years shooting a wide variety of Indie films, Music Videos and Commercials in Los Angeles, Orlando, New York and Miami. Spots for IBM, Lincoln, Kohler, Progressive, Revlon, Wella, Pon'ds, Pepsi, Coke, McDonalds, Wendy's, Walmart, Target, Kmart, Johnson & Johnson, Toyota, Chevrolet, Ford and many more are among his credits. Over 25 international Cinematography awards. For more info please visit: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0952580/
California, United States
Anton Gilliland - Freelance Graphic Design & Digital Art
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3.0
2 Skills
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I have worked for the National Library of South Africa as a Digital Officer.My job description entailed document preparation, scanning,digital photo editing, preserving and maintaining digital content, digital microfilm scanning, digital photography of newspapers and various rare book collections and providing a service to national and international clientele.I have worked for Digital Innovation of South Africa(DISA-University of Kwa-Zulu Natal) as a Digital Consultant.My work entailed document preservation and preparation for scanning, scanning according to international digital standards, filenaming each page and folders, creating derivatives and uploading to a central server. I have worked on various digital projects.Other work entailed web designing, designing posters, brochure design, newsletters and exhibitions. I have a Digital Project - Digital Memory Box-collecting life stories and photographs of local communities in audio and digital format.Internation courses attended: MEMORIES,COMMUNITIES AND TECHNOLOGIES WORKSHOP (PRATO,ITALY)(2006); UNESCO REGIONAL WORKSHOP DIGITAL PRESERVATION(MALAYSIA)(2004);DTP courses at ConceptInteractive, Cape Town.
South Africa
Jezabel Montero - Freelance Spanish Translation & Comedy Writing
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Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
$30
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I am a bilingual actor, writer, director producer of films and plays. I am Cuban American and have been working in the entertainment industry in both Spanish and English since I was a child. JEZABEL MONTERO One Marineview Plaza #13B Hoboken, NJ 07030 201-792-1082 thevuban@optonline.net www.nocloutprods.com OBJECTIVE: To utilize my skills and talents to in order to ultimately benefit my employer. EDUCATION: Miami-Dade College, Miami, FL • Associates in Arts Degree – Summa *** Laude University of California, Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA • Bachelor of Arts – Theatre Major/Psychology Minor – *** Laude NJ Teacher Certificate of Eligibility PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE: No Clout Productions-Founder/ Film Producer – 2007-present “Blondes Are Latin Too” – 2007 A humorous short documentary about the reverse discrimination a blonde, blue-eyed Latina faces in the entertainment industry. • Produced, wrote and directed all aspects of documentary from the hiring of the editor; scouting locations; scheduling appointments for interviewing experts; conducting interviews; writing interview formats; creating imaginative concepts to further themes; co-editing “The Basement” – 2010 A dark comedy thriller where a man traps a woman in a basement and a kidnapping is not what it seems. • Produced and directed all aspects of the short narrative film from pre to post; from hiring to scouting locations. A two-day shoot under very challenging circumstances. Supervised and collaborated with a fifteen person crew Co-founder/Artistic Director/Producer of Theatre Company 2003-present Kismet Theatre Company – Nonprofit - Hoboken, NJ • Responsible for all aspects of the production of plays. Administrative duties; casting; hiring of qualified crew; scouting for theatre venue, knowledge of pre-production, and production, including, box office ticketing, promotions, publicity, etc.. • Responsible for all fundraising and grant writing. Knowledge of bookkeeping and all fiscal matters, as well as, artistic matters. • Responsibility over archives and documentation of all theatre production activities. “Chewing Mother’s Bones” – Produced theatrical play –2004 “Cassanova Was A Woman” – producer/director/sound designer/lighting designer for a highly, elaborate staged reading - 2009 Radio: Producer/Writer/Host/Anchor 1995-2001 Radio UNICA 1480 AM – New York, New York • Creating a developing a one hour talk show with emphasis on Cultural/Artistic affairs in the New York metro area • Writing/recording promos/commercials/ads for the show. • Involved in every aspect of the show’s production; researching the daily topics relevant to the show’s format, booking guests, writing and commenting on the relevant topic. • As a host, keeping the program lively and interesting Co-producer/Writer/Host of Radio Talk Show Radio WADO 1280 AM – New York, New York • Creating an entertaining talk show about artists and their art • Inviting/researching guests and their work • Interviewing guests; promoting guests’ work Radio Announcer/Anchor Metro/Shadow Traffic/Clear Channel – New York, New York • Responsible for gathering traffic/news information for morning drive and writing the reports in a cohesive, informative manner. • Translated all commercial spots from English to Spanish for company. • Reporting on-air traffic/news in a timely, entertaining fashion, while bantering and improvising with morning show co-host for several popular AM and FM radio stations. WRITER: Miami’s Resume - Co-writer 1992 • Screenplay about discrimination in show business amongst the Latino acting community in Miami, FL. The Doctor Is Out 1993 • Sitcom Pilot about a psychologist, whose personal life seems to be more dysfunctional than her patients’ lives. Blondes are Latin Too 2005 • A short screenplay documentary, with a humorous point of view, about a very fair skinned, blue-eyed, blonde actress who suffers reverse discrimination in show business. The Obsolete Artist 2005 • A political satire/theatrical play set in a surreal futuristic place where the artist who practices his art is charged with being a criminal, while the rulers and enforcers of these laws are the corporate elite men, who also, happen to be the police. Casanova Was a Woman 2008 • A surreal screenplay comedy about a woman discovering her bi-sexuality and confronting herself, her subconscious, imaginary “Fantasy Man” and her Latino family with the surprising news. The Duke and Duchess of Queens 2010 • The Basement • Screenplay dramedy about two children from different cultural backgrounds, who fall in love and grapple with the hardships of growing up poor in1970’s Queens, New York. 2010 A short, dark comedy thriller about a kidnapping that is not exactly what it seems. Writing for Radio Talk Shows • See above under production experience News/Traffic/Translator Metro/Shadow Traffic and News – New York, New York • Writing news and traffic reports for various radio stations. • Condensing news/traffic reports that came over AP into one minute station required format • Translating news/traffic/product copy from English to Spanish. FUNDRAISING: Kismet Theatre Company Fundraiser– 2003 Kismet Theatre Company Fundraiser – 2005 Kismet Theatre Co./No Clout Prods Fundraiser – 2008 Kismet Theatre Co./No Clout Prods. Fundraiser - 2010 • Organized all aspects of benefit performance event. Acquiring sponsors for food and beverages. Promoting event with flyers, postcards, mailings and advertisements. Creating and directing 1995-2001 1995-2001 AWARDS: entertainment line up. Hiring crew for the event. MC of event. Delegating and supervising individual responsibilities for the event. Creating and promoting an event that will entice people to support and donate funds to the arts. Responsible for set up and breakdown of event. All events were successful in raising target funds. See website ACTING EXPEREINCE: See resume. SALES EXPERIENCE: See resume. TEACHING EXPERIENCE: See resume SPECIAL SKILLS: Acting, dancing, radio anchor, hosting, translator, chef, computer proficiency, athleticism, bilingual (fluency/ proficiency in English/Spanish)
Hoboken, New Jersey, United States
Leeisrael - Freelance Book Illustration & Animation
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$20
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Will you consider an acclaimed professional writer, author of books, all issued by major publishers? The last, a memoir called "Will You Ever Forgive Me?", was published by Simon & Schuster two years ago. The New York Times Book Review" raved; Vanity Fair editor Henry Alford referred to my "jeweled" prose. Concision? The book was 127 pages. I've also written biographies of Dorothy Kilgallen, Estee Lauder, and Tallulah Bankhead. I've done copyedited for American Express.
New York, New York, United States
Michael Costanza - Freelance Article Writing & Content Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
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Michael Costanza 228 N. Goodman Street, Apt. 19 Rochester, NY 14607 (585) 442-2153 micost51@yahoo.com SUMMARY Over eight years experience writing and editing general news, human interest, science, and health stories and features for newspapers and magazines, including many cover stories. Drills into stories, using interviewing skills and an extensive web of medical, business, and government contacts to investigate the issues important to readers. Enjoys the challenge of researching complex issues, and presenting them accurately, clearly, and on deadline. Excellent photographer. EXPERIENCE FREELANCE REPORTER Rochester Business Journal, Rochester, NY. May, 2009-Present. Researched and wrote cover stories about intellectual property law, business intelligence gathering, and other subjects for Special Reports section. Presented the US Senate’s version of the health care reform bill in detail, and its potential effects on businesses. Reported the scaling back of local health systems’ plans to expand, and their reasons for doing so. Covered sustainable, groundbreaking technologies being developed by local companies, and local hydrogen fuel cell development. In Good Health, Rochester and Syracuse, NY, 2005-Present Profiled hospital CEOs, physicians, and medical researchers, and presented them as people as well as members of their organizations or medical fields. Researched and wrote stories about robotic surgery, groundbreaking medical technologies, and new, more efficient ways of practicing medicine. Covered the rollout of a revolutionary electronic medical record system that has spread throughout the region. Detailed the investment strategies by which older adults could safeguard or grow their investments in difficult economic times 55-PLUS, Rochester, NY, 2009-Present Profiled Don Alhart, the13-WHAM-TV news anchor, for the cover of the first edition. Wrote engaging, colorful stories about longtime jazz musician and Red Wings organist Fred Costello and George Hamlin IV, president and CEO of the Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Company. Covered the pleasures and problems that those over 55 can experience upon returning to dating. Detailed Monroe County’s preparations for a possible flu epidemic. Messenger Post Newspapers, Monroe and Ontario Counties, NY, 2005-2009 Covered business development, infrastructure issues, and school and social events for every Messenger Post newspaper. Reported the first experimental use of a new type of artificial heart from the standpoint of the patient. Wrote hard-hitting, technically detailed series on controversial efforts to build wind towers in Hamlin, NY. Followed federal, state and local elections from first rally to closing of the polls. Webster Herald, Webster, NY, 2003-2005 Wrote in-depth story about ****** usage in Webster. Covered Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards’s appearance at a local rally. Wrote a series about the effort to close the Canandaigua VA Medical Center, focusing on the concerns of local veterans. Covered sports, and wrote features. EDUCATION MASTER OF THE ARTS, Political Science, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1989. MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY, 1993.
Rochester, New York, United States