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Robert Garcia - Freelance Book Cover Design & Book Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$35
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Robert Garcia’s publishing services company is Garcia Publishing Services. Under that name, I've been responsible for the packaging the 1st US edition of The Creature from the Black Lagoon® by Vargo Statten under license from Universal Pictures. I designed the uniform trade dress for ISFiC Press’s line of science fiction and fantasy books, producing the first dozen titles. I've handled print...
Rockford, Illinois, United States

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Carolyn Feir - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Painting
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I am a realist portrait painter. My forte includes portraits of people, wildlife, horses, pets, landscapes, western historic, flora, still life, in that order of preference. I have deviated on occasion from realism to impressionism. I charge by the project.
Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
Irfan Shahzad - Freelance Book Design & Document Design
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Rick Gondeck - Freelance Digital Art & T-Shirt Design
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Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop have been my daily-use tools for 20 years in support of industry and local charitable causes. Logos and icon design have been 30% of the routine work accomplished. Finished artwork for screen print, embroidery, pad print, offset and digital printing in color or black and white in any format can be supplied.
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Andrew Robinson - Freelance Editing & Content Writing
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3.5
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I teach middle school English and social studies in Coldwater, MI, where I have worked since 2000. Helping young people develop ideas and turn them into words has been incredible in helping me develop my own voice, and I am looking for avenues through which to express it. Accompanying my career, I gathered a fair amount of research through the completion of my master's degree and the time I spent working in archives in college at NMU. I am also fortunate to have been a historical interpreter at Colonial Michilimackinac in Mackinaw City, Michigan, where I dressed as a British red coat, demonstrated 18th century weapons, and taught Michigan's colonial history to park visitors. I enjoy reading, traveling, and watching sports and movies.
Marshall, Michigan, United States
Christine Longacre - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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3.0
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Christine Longacre 400 N. Idaho St. Apt. 32, Dillon, Montana 59725 Clongacre23@Yahoo.com Tel: 406-988-0119 Personal Statement I am an intelligent, loyal, determined person who believes firmly in the old adage "you can do whatever you put your mind to." I am an avid reader, an obsessive editor, and a compulsive writer. I am also highly organized. My goal is to obtain a secure position in which I am relied upon to maintain high efficiency with little supervision. Education BA Writing and Literature Minor- Creative Writing University of MontanaWestern. May, 2011. (Nov, 2007 – May 7, 2011) Current GPA- 3.32. Senior Completed degree in 3 1/2 years. Work Experience Computer Lab Assistant (Sep 2009 – May 3, 2011) University of Montana-Western, Dillon, Montana • Answering phones • Taking messages • Prepping the printer • Helping fellow students with problems or questions • Tasked with locking the labs up each night Miscellaneous Worker (Feb 2006 - Nov 2007) McDonald's, Butte and Dillon, Montana • Worked the grill for breakfast and lunch • Stocked all food prep areas • Worked as cashier • Worked on the food prep line. Airman (Sep 2000 - Oct 2004) United States Navy, Yokosuka, Japan • Helped move planes, jets and helicopters • Worked on the flight deck for a year, • Advised officers as to whether the deck was clear for landing and what planes were scheduled to do so • Assisted with maintenance and repairs • Assisted in the Air Division office when needed Skills • Able to cope with pressure ? Going to school full time, working part-time, and raising a son on my own • Competent with computers ? Worked regularly with M.O.W. for the past 3½ years, Have working knowledge of M.O.P., knowledgeable with Apple computers, relative understanding of M.E. • Quick learner ? Have managed to absorb and retain vast amounts of knowledge in the eighteen days allotted for each course • Organized ? Maintain files of all completed courses for future reference • Proficient writer ? Have maintained high scores in all English and Literature classes, which have required a minimum of three papers each • Efficient editor ? All fiction and non-fiction workshops require that students edit each other’s work Honors • Navy "Good Conduct Award" • Dean's List-four times • Youth Challenge Scholarship-five times • English Department Scholarship Experience • Volunteer tutor for Youth Challenge Program- Spring semester, 2010 • Traveled to Singapore, Thailand, Guam, Australia, Hong-Kong, Korea and Japan References • Dr. Gary Lundy Professor-University of MontanaWestern 710 S. Atlantic St. Dillon, Mt. 59725 406-683-7307 • Dr. Bethany Blankenship Professor-University of MontanaWestern 710 S. Atlantic St. Dillon, Mt. 59725 406-683-7360 • Jeanna Meier-Francisconi Trio Counselor-University of MontanaWestern 710 S. Atlantic St. Dillon, Mt. 59725 406-683-7314
Dillon, Montana, United States
Edward Willett - Freelance Book Writing & Article Writing
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$60
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Education • B.A. in Journalism, Magna *** Laude, Harding University, Searcy, AR Professional Experience Reporter/News Editor, Weyburn (Saskatchewan) Review, 1980-1984 • Writing and photography, general news, features, weekly humor column • As news editor, oversaw staff of three reporters, copy-edited all news copy Communications officer, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Regina, 1988-1993 • Researched and wrote copy for hands-on science exhibits • Wrote advertising copy, news releases, video & radio scripts, etc. • Wrote, edited and designed bi-monthly newsletter, Kaleidoscope Freelance writer, 1993-present Selected experience: • Weekly science column in the Regina Sun, Regina Leader Post and other newspapers for 19 years • Regular science spot on CBC Radio One Saskatchewan’s Afternoon Edition with Colin Grewar for 17 years • Bi-weekly column on the World Wide Web, CBC Radio One Saskatchewan’s Afternoon Edition • Regular science guest for years on CBC TV’s national program What on Earth • Scriptwriting (Western Outlander, a 13-part wildlife TV series; a variety of other programs), radio and TV ads; Cyberbia segment of CBC-TV series Utopia Cafe • Research and writing for new exhibits at the Saskatchewan Science Centre • Research and writing for First World War exhibits at Saskatchewan Legislative Building • Research and writing for exhibits at various historical sites around Saskatchewan • Narration for Regina Symphony Orchestra concerts • Six months (contract), head of advertising creative writing, Regina Leader Post • Four months (contract), public affairs officer, City of Regina • Host (ten years) of Access Communications live phone-in show Net.talk • Host for a couple of years of CJTR arts program • Writer, Annual Report of the Chief Electoral Officer, 2013 • Instructor, Sage Hill Teen Writing Experience (Regina), 2005-2007 • Instructor, Writing Speculative Fiction, University of Regina Business Education Centre, 2010 • Writer in Residence, Regina Public Library, 2011-2012 • Guest Editor, Grain Magazine, Summer 2014 & Summer 2015 • Fiction Editor, Spring Magazine, January 2015 issue Adult novels: • Lost in Translation (hardcover from Gale Group/Five Star Speculative Fiction, mass-market paperbackfrom DAW Books) • Marseguro (DAW Books) • Terra Insegura (DAW Books) • Magebane (DAW Books), written as Lee Arthur Chane • Right to Know (Bundoran Press) • Masks (DAW Books), written as E.C. Blake • Shadows (DAW Books), written as E.C. Blake • Faces (DAW Books), written as E.C. Blake • Falcon’s Egg (Bundoran Press), coming 2015 Young adult novels: • Soulworm (Royal Fireworks Press) • The Dark Unicorn (Royal Fireworks Press) • Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star (Roussan Publishers) • Spirit Singer (Awe-Struck E-Books, reissued by Tyche Books) • Song of the Sword (Coteau Books) • Twist of the Blade (Coteau Books) • Lake in the Clouds (Coteau Books) • Cave Beneath the Sea (Coteau Books), coming October 2015 • Door into Faerie (Coteau Books), coming May 2016 • Blue Fire (Rebelight Books), coming 2015 Children’s picture books: • The Adventures of Michael and Mia: Stewards of the Land (Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan, illustrated by Val Lawton); 35,000 copies distributed to children Canada-wide for Canadian Agricultural Literacy Week 2015 Adult non-fiction books: • Genetics Demystified (McGraw-Hill) • A Safe and Prosperous Future: 100 Years of Engineering and Geoscience Achievements in Saskatchewan (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan) • Historic Walks of Regina and Moose Jaw (Red Deer Press) • Land Surveying in Saskatchewan: Laying the Groundwork for Property Rights and Development (Saskatchewan Land Surveyors Association) • Fertile Ground (50th anniversary history book of the Saskatchewan Mining Association) • Numerous computer books Children’s/Young Adult science books: • What is the Milky Way? 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Tolkien: Master of Imaginary Worlds shortlisted for 2004 Saskatchewan Book Award for children’s literature and named to the VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates) 10th annual nonfiction Honor List. • City of Regina Municipal Heritage Award for Historic Walks of Regina and Moose Jaw Other • Professional singer and actor (member, Canadian Actors Equity)
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Brandon Tisor - Freelance Caricature Art & Sculpting
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3.5
2 Skills
$30
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As long as I have been a child, and had the ability to hold a pencil, I wanted to be an artist. There was something about moving my hand across a piece of paper and seeing the lead adhere to the tooth/ texture caused an instant joy. That feeling of pure joy, to this day, still resides in me. I remember loving to get my hands dirty with many mediums and how fun it was to smear these materials onto a piece of paper, board, canvas etc... etc...Having the chance to see something appear before my eyes after time passed was so very gratifying and it still is gratifying with each piece I create. I love looking at other artwork as well, and have learned so much from so many different artists and friends with many as well. I have a B.A. Degree from Cal State University, Fullerton where I majored in stage design focusing on mainly strong compositions. I have worked on some stage designs, but found that I enjoyed doing my own individual work better. However, I still love the whole collaboration process that the performing arts have to offer. I grew up very close to Disneyland, and I remember seeing the caricature artists drawing. I enjoyed seeing the marker glide on the paper, and what courage it takes to be confident enough to make a whole entire drawing in 5 minutes. I took many art classes to become more rounded including 3D design, Sculpture, life Drawing etc... etc... I now do many caricature events, illustrative work, sculpture (different mediums), drawing and painting, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, and always interested in giving other mediums a try. I have knowledge of computer programs like Painter, Sculptris, some Z Brush knowledge and Photoshop. I am responsible, very hard working and always wanting to my very best for my clients. I look forward to being on Freelanced. Thank you.
Tustin, California, United States
Selina Wilkinson - Freelance Blog Writing & Creative Writing
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Kudos
2.0
2 Skills
$9
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I am interested in writing as profession for my future and wish . I am working to pay for school and a wedding. I can use all of the freelance work that I can get and am more than happy to do it. I work another job during the day so my freelance work here will be completed in the evening and night. I am punctual when it comes to deadlines and I maneuver easily through high pressure situations. I am not afraid of technical writing though I have little experience with it. If you are willing to give me a chance to write for you I will do everything in my power to produce exceptional work.
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HanMu Liu (Sam) - Freelance Graphic Design & Comic Art
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4.0
2 Skills
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Graduated from Communication University of China (CUC), Beijing at July 2014. Majored in Digital Media Technology during undergraduate period. Will study at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT) next year. will major in Animation Games and Interactivity. Worked for the branch office of Guizhou Broadcasting Network Company as an video clip intern in July, 2013. Team member of the Unity 3D Game Project Group in September, 2013. Worked for Chengdu MEET Studio Company as UI/Graphic designer from July to September, 2014.
Glen Waverley, Victoria, Australia