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Matthew Mille - Freelance Logo Design & Cartooning
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I am a born-talented artist with over 25 years of experience in professional artistry. I literally did every bit of art segment from freestyle drawing, envisioning and designing, crafting, painting and comics but my expertise is strongly in Comics (illustration) and Designing. Comics / Illustrations From 1996-2005, I was a daily and weekly cartoonist for major newspapers in Tanzania featuring...
Plano, Texas, United States
Hoe Tam - Freelance Cartooning & Animal Illustration
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CLayton Brannon - Freelance Banner Design & Digital Art
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Hello! My name is Clayton Brannon but my screename is Thing2. I have been designing websites for years now, and have done quite a few good ones. I know m way around the Internet and programming languages. I have a decent website and an Qndroid app for it's RSS feed. I am currently working on an iOS app for it. I develop on Windows, since I have a wider range of software to choose from. For a couple of years I have also been in the iOS ******* scene... I have had experience with MobileTerminal, Bochs.deb etc. And I am currently making a repository for Cydia through command promt. The hack I am programmig is to allow OpeniBoot to install Android 2.2 on iOS 4.3. And here comes the best part... I'm 12.
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William Michael Mchugh - Freelance Fantasy Art, Book Illustration, Creative Writing, 3D Graphic Design, & Illustration
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Every day is a new chance to explore amazing fun technology. My first real job, at 19 was working in a type setting shop that used steel type and hot lead typesetting machines. Cherry Hill Composition, across the bridge from Philly. We were working on Ray Bradbury books for Random House in New York City. I shoveled lead slugs, melted and poured ingots and ran a proof press and always kept my eye on the"Machine". The incredible Linotype machine. What a intricate machine! A mechanical computer! Google it! The place was alive and the people were brilliant! Amazing changes to live through. This site features almost 200 samples of my work, some with many artists involved, on almost 10 pages. The first few pages are all real-time animation productions and tests, as well as my VR museum and resort project. Currently developing projects in my Virtual Production Studio that are going from "VIRTUAL REALITY" to "REALITY" ..absolutely exciting process!!!!!!! Working with some incredible programmers, artists, and designers in a virtual environment from around the world. R&S Production Services 2012-2014 : Contract Creative Producer / Show Designer. Co-created and developed Kahramaa Awareness Park Ride and Show "The Seven Worlds of Qatora". A whimsical yet scientific story about the life cycle of water featuring characters from the Kahramaa Awareness Park in Doha, Qatar. Supervised the animation production and managed and directed the Virtual development of the project in my Virtual Production Studio. Working closely with the project director John Matthews. The Kahramaa Awareness Park will also feature a new 360/3D Dome theater Designed by R&S Production Services Inc. Seems like a great place to show one's work. I have done a few things in my life and have had a lot of fun for the most part. I really like to create and explore ideas that are fun and exciting and then see them become real. I am blown away by what can be done today with all this great technology. I do like to start with a pencil and a brush though. I wish I was just starting out again. The pieces I have included on this page represent a very small selection from many different types of projects. Most of the big projects involve many different people working together to accomplish a dream. I like to create highly complex engaging projects that push the envelope and are outside the box. After 30 plus years I still have, a burning desire to continue and have been creating and exploring new exciting technology breakthroughs that are truely amazing. NEW>>>>>> I have added a video to my portfolio that I created. I put it up as a small homage to Engineering Giants like Ed Feuer, Bill Watkins, Dave Schweninger, Kent Bingham, John Zovich, Vern Preston, Bob Gurr, Dave Toyne, Bill Novey, Mac Macelravy and so many more amazing minds that I have had the pleasure to work with over the years. They have brought so much "Techno-tainment" to the world with little or no credit. I say "Thank you". And I must thank my special mentor and teacher Maury Hurt. NEW>>>>>> Solari Glass video, we make glass gifts by hand in our studios in Oregon. NEW>>>>>> This new video is one I created for the Sea Lion Caves. Please enjoy and visit if you come to the Oregon Coast. _______________________________________________________________________- Professional overview: William Michael McHugh Phoenix Entertainment / Anvil Productions, Inc / Michael McHugh LLC. FlexTek-Media LLC. Solari Glass P.O. Box 1033 Florence, Oregon 97439 541-997-4980 http://www.freelanced.com/williammichaelmchugh solari@oregonfast.net anvilfun@gmail.com Phoenix Entertainment, FlexTek-Media LLC. Anvil Productions, Inc. Michael McHugh : 1992 to present- Owner, Producer-creator/ Director/ Production designer engaged in the creation and design of themed entertainment projects and interactive entertainment software products via producing, directing, scripts, design documentation, storyboards, illustrations (brush, PhotoShop) 3D computer graphics (3D Studio, Max), Current Real-time development tools, plans, layouts, project breakdowns, project budgets, software programming, production management. Solari Glass: Founded this company in 2000 to create, manufacture and market fine glass gifts and glass fine art pieces. http://www.solariglass.com Projects: Virtual Production Studio: 2010-2016. Using real-time 3D development tools and traditional 3D and 2D design tools to create, design, animate and develop virtual production environments and projects. Kahramaa Awareness Park, Virtual Science Museum and resort, Doritos Commercial Contest, Graphic novel and game concept and Florence Visitor center concept project & the “Al Wasl” Dubai Expo 2020 concept Ready to help other design teams develop their projects in real-time. FlexTek-Media LLC. http://flextek-media.weebly.com/Started this company in 2016 and acquired the exclusive world wide rights for Flexi-LED technology for use in dome theater configurations. Created and developed many new configurations for the “mini LED dome” to bring to market and created the “Al Wasl” Full SPHERE” dome project as a special stand alone visitor center / attraction for the Dubai Expo 2020 project. http://www.myfunprojects.com/ R&S Production Services 2012-2014 : Contract Creative Producer / Show Kahramaa Awareness Park: Doha, Qatar: http://vrprojects.weebly.com/ Show designer, creative producer Co-created and developed Kahramaa Awareness Park Ride and Show "Qatora's Marvelous Water Adventure" A whimsical yet scientific story about the life cycle of water featuring characters from the Kahramaa Awareness Park. Supervised the animation production and managed and directed the Virtual development of the project in my Virtual Production Studio. Working closely with the project director John Matthews. Just Wright Books : 2013, Partner, Illustrator, Publisher, Editor. Adventures at Boomer's Pond series. Stella the Baby Sea Lion at Sea Lion Caves and Sasquatch Adventures. http://www.justwrightbooks.com/ Sea Lion Caves: 2011-2013, produced and directed the development of new interpretative experience using hand held devices and HD displays. Directed the procurement, reconfiguration and installation of POS and WS networks with 20 computers and peripherals. Developed and installed the Sea Lion Caves new photo opportunity using green screen technology. Navifun.net : 2012 Co-created and developed the http://www.navifun.net/( “iFUN”/“FUN”) 360 WWW marketing experience, Lead grant writer and project co-creator, producer and director. To date over 30 thousand visitors have come explore Florence Oregon from almost every country on earth. It has proven to be a great trip planner. R&S Production services: 2011-2012, Co-created and developed three new ride attractions via scripts storyboards and technical direction. Each ride features the state of the art in computer interactive solutions and ride systems. R&S Production Services: 2009/2010, “Ocean Adventure” Co-Creative and Technical Director for the master plan creation and design of a 20,000 square foot virtual aquarium and entertainment center. Created, via scripts, story panals, diagrams, production budgets, hardware specification and software direction a total of 35 interactive exhibits including a 3D stereoscopic theater and 4D motion base theater. Budget Approx. 20 million dollars. Ride and Show Engineering: 2002, Produced and directed the creation and development of 2 real-time interactive rides. Developed all the graphics software and show systems software code base including the motion control software for the motion base systems. Specified all the rack-mounted computer systems. Fifty percent equity owner of all software produced for both projects. Budget 500k Robert Morris Architect: 3-D construction and animation of 14,000 sq.ft. residence in Sedona Arizona. Designed 200k themed pool and spa area. Sea Lion Caves: Producer/director of interpretive video theater for their 70th anniversary project. Solari Glass: Designed and produced 2 large-scale glass vessels for Disney and a new attraction in Tokyo Japan. Insured value 25k. Sea Lion Caves: Creative development consultant for new business expansion. Ride and Show Engineering, Mayan Treasures: concept design for a 20,000 sq.ft. dark ride attraction for R&S engineering and the Lotte Corporation. Swift Design: 3D project development for retail stores for Wal-Mart and Kodak. Indy 500: concept design for a 25,000 sq.ft. virtual racing entertainment center and traveling show. Smithsonian Institute: concept brainstorming for a new 20,000 sq.ft. Interactive exhibit. RCA dome: concept design and preliminary engineering for a unique 10,000 sq.ft.helium sign. Bluebird interactive attraction: Tokyo Japan, Producer /director for all animation footage. Fukushima Power Plant: Producer/Director of an interpretive computer animated video. Electronic Arts: Hunting game interface design and concept development Fairy Tales: concept development for a 25,000 sq.ft. dark ride attraction in Tokyo, Japan Ride and Show engineering, Alien Encounter: concept design for a 300 seat live action show in Taiwan. Star Siege: Dynamix, a real-time space shoot-em-up for Sierra on line. Pro-Pilot : a real-time IBM Flight simulator for Sierra on line; responsible for all 3D architectural constructions and building texture maps for the entire United States and Europe. Budget 130k All Dogs go to Heaven: MGM TV Series background design and layout. Space World: Master plan re-design and development, Dream Makers, Tokyo, Japan approx. budget 50 million. Hercules: children’s book illustration, Golden apple publications. Pinball: Dynamix, concept development and character development Aqua Wonderland: concept master plan for a 300 million dollar park and mall in Tokyo, Japan for FR&S. and the Lotte Corporation. City of Las Vegas, Tower of Power: paid competition for a concept of a giant ten story 10 million dollar gaming machine; city of Las Vegas Freemont street rehab. Budget 40k Lost Land: concept design for a 20,000 sq.ft. Dinosaur ride attraction for Tokyo Japan. Robert Morris Architect: 3-D construction and animation of 6,000 sq.ft. Residence. American Pipe Organ Museum: designer Edge: Attraction and master plan consultant, 25,000 sq.ft. F.E.C. project for the Portland Trail Blazers Superman and Waterworld: created two new concepts for thrill attractions for MCA Universal. Renegade: Creator proprietary virtual reality flight simulators and theaters. LTD Bus Terminal Eugene, Or.: W.G.B.S. aia., 3D environment construction and animation. OBEC Engineering, Ferry Street Bridge: 3D construction studies for two bridge projects. Paramount Parks: concept development and 3D studies for “Sitcom Nightclub” Downtown development: 3D studies for the City of Eugene, Or., Plaza and Charnelton Street, Astoria aquatic facility: 3D studies for Robertson and Sherwood aia. Times Square Virtual Reality Entertainment Center: XS New York, concept development Major League Baseball: retail shops, Mobius Inc. Kodak: 12,000 sq.ft. retail center, Mobius Inc. Speed Racer: concept development for a Sega game for Radical Entertainment. Game development concepts include: Tiny Monsters, Pirates, Thingamabots, Bow Hunter, Sundogs, Demonstar, Uncle Harry, Atlantis, Iceworks and Dragon Flight. Dynamix : '91-'93, Art Director -computer game development Responsible for the visual development and production of IBM compatible computer games. Specifically, "Betrayal at Krondor", via production planning ( budget and scheduling), storyboards, character design, scene design, film and video production and computer graphics production. Sequoia Creative: '90, Director of Show Design Directed the creative development of entertainment projects via scripts, storyboards, ride and attraction layouts, illustrations and preliminary budgets. These projects included "The World of New York" ( World Trade Center), "Clark Quay"(Singapore), Six Flags, and the "Mirage" concept project. Budget range: 10 to 15 million Ride and Show Engineering: '88, ‘90 Director of show production / Senior Show Designer Created and Developed entertainment projects via scripts, storyboards, illustrations, ride layouts, and budgets. These included "Leofoo Village"(Taiwan R.O.C.),"Denbies"(U.K.) and MCA's "Cliff-hangers". Worked closely with Bill Watkins, Vice President of engineering, in the creation of several unique ride and show action equipment systems. Developed and successfully co-negotiated the "Denbies" contract worth 1.2 million dollars. Helped define design and secure the first “Ball Machine” contract for the Hong Kong museum of science. Budget range: 1.2 to 450 million Universal Studios Hollywood: '86,'88, Show Designer / Art Director “Miami vice Action Spectacular" Co-developed and created the storyline and action scenario for this 2.5 acre 3,000 seat outdoor attraction. Created gags and show stunts including mechanical concepts for certain pieces of show action equipment like the run-away mine car. Designed and directed the design of the entire set, from topographic studies, set buildings, to landscaping. Interfaced with the architect, structural engineer, general contractor, set builders, special effects vendors, and show action equipment engineers and manufacturers. Helped develop the show set budget and show set RFP and acted as on site set installation supervisor. Budget: 6 million Universal Studios Florida: '88, Show Designer / Art Director "E.T." (the ride) Supervised and directed a team of storyboard artists, set designers, ride layout designers, character designers, illustrators, sculptors, and model builders in the development of this 50,000 square foot attraction. Interfaced with the architect, special effects vendors, set builders, lighting and sound designers, animated figure vendors and ride manufacturer during the concept development, schematic and design development phases of this project. Helped develop the target show budget and worked to maintain a responsible approach to design. Budget: 38 million "Jaws" (the ride) Acted as the in-house show design consultant for the development of this large scale out-door attraction. Co-developed the ride layout, timing plan, and created several of the show gags from creative concept level to mechanical concept studies. Budget: 28 million "King Kong" (the ride) functioned primarily as the creature designer for this project. Supervised the range of motion studies, sculpted the maquettes used to manufacture the full sized 40 foot tall figures and worked closely with the audio animatronic engineers and helped create the animated airbag technology. Budget: 3 million (creatures only) "Animal Actors" Served as creature designer. Directed the design and sculpting of the alligator and helped develop mechanical concept studies. "Hanna Barbera" Creative development show designer. Created and directed the development of this 20,000 square foot project from concept storyboards to schematic design. Interfaced with potential vendors for the ride system and interactive area. Budget: 10 to 15 million "Lagoon Show" Free-lance creative design consultant and show designer. Worked closely with Hal Needham and MCA Vice President Terry Winnick in the creation and development of this large scale stunt extravaganza for the central lagoon of the Florida project. Created and developed the show scenario, script, storyboards, mechanical show action equipment concepts, show set plan, and action diagrams. Budget: 10 million "King Kong II" Created and developed the concept design for an alternative ride concept for the King Kong venue. "Mechanoid" Created and developed the concept design for an alternative ride concept for "Battlestar Galactica". Australian International Licensing Inc.: '86, Project Director / Art Director Created and produced toy and product concepts via scripts storyboards and illustrations. Clients included Mattel, and Worlds of Wonder. Hanna Barbera Productions: '85,'86 Senior Designer-Team Director Designed characters and environments for 60 episodes of the "Go-Bots" and the "Rocklords" feature film. Make-up Effects Lab.: ‘84 Designer Sculptor for several creature film effects. “Pirates of Penzance”, “Neon Maniacs”. DIC: ’83 Background designer 13 episodes for the ABC series “Pole Position”. A.Carroll Design Studios: '82, Designer Responsible for the three-dimensional design package for the "Marketplace" a multi-million dollar shopping center in Bay Hills, Orlando Florida. Designed their hallmark clock tower and storefronts and acted as the owners on site design supervisor. Budget: 12 million Ten years owner operator of production studios engaged in the business of museum exhibit design and fabrication, interior design and construction, leather work, fine art painting, silk screen and stone lithographic print making.
Florence, Oregon, United States
Jared Crowson - Freelance Creative Writing & Screenwriting
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I am offering an opportunity to use my services in ANY writing capacity and I really do mean ANY. My storytelling capabilities and content writing are exceptional. Contact me if you want me submit a sample.
Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Wendelinn Wilkins - Freelance Song Writing & Creative Writing
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyxVINJtW5o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9I8fDlqov4g Teacher Training Waldorf Education Certificate, Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, NH, 1997 Waldorf Education Professional Development, R.S. Institute, MN and R.S. College, CA English as a Second Language Certificate, University of British Columbia, 1993 Bachelor of Education, Intermediate, UBC, 1992 Bachelor of Arts, English, UBC, 1987 Teaching Credentials California English Supplemental, 2001 California Multiple Subject, 2001 British Columbia, Professional, K-12, 1992 Waldorf Teacher Training 1997 Teaching Positions Grades 7&8, Years 7 to 13, ITN Mark, Somerset, UK 2007/2012 Supply teacher, English, Maths, Science Grades 7&8, Paul Revere Math, Science and Technology Magnet, L.A., CA 2001/2006 English, Sheltered English as a Second Language, Pilot Integration programme and Head of Journalism/Media Department Grade 3, Highland Hall, Northridge, CA 2000/2001 All academic subjects plus recorder, painting, clay modeling, and drama Grades 6&7, Waldorf School of Santa Barbara, CA 1998/2000 All academic subjects plus recorder, painting, perspective drawing, geometric drawing, clay modelling drama and stone carving; Middle School Meeting Chair; High School Maths curriculum advisor Grade 1, Waldorf School of Garden City, NY 1997/1998 All academic subjects plus painting, recorder, drama, beeswax modeling Grades 1 to 8, Sunrise School, Duncan, BC 1993/1997 All academic subjects plus painting, recorder, drama, AWSNA representative, Board member for Waldorf High School, basketball and soccer coach, College of Teachers Chair Grade 13, Columbia College, Burnaby, BC, 1993 Curriculum Development for ESL and Math/Science for ESL learners Student Teaching Multi-Grade ESL Classroom, Vancouver School Board Summer Program, 1993 Grade 5, Jarvis Elementary School, Surrey, B.C. 1992 Grade 7, Canyon Heights Elementary School, North Vancouver, BC, 1991 Drama Productions I have directed students in a number of plays, written, and directed a few musicals. Noyes Fludde, Benjamin Britten, Grade 3, 2001 The Aeneid, dramatic/musical adaptation, Grade 6, 1999 The Swagman’s Dream, choral musical, Grade 1, 1998 Three Brothers, choral musical, Grade 1, 1996 & 1997 Raven and Whale, choral musical, 1996 The Tempest, William Shakespeare, music by Marie Brown, Grade 8, 1996 Royal Hunt of the Sun, 1987-1992 Non-teaching Work Experience Editor, The Vancouver Child Writer/Songwriter Workshop Presenter, ICA International and Changemasters Children’s Services, Vancouver Public Library Docent and Visitor Services, H.R. MacMillan Planetarium Interests I enjoy writing, songwriting, singing, choirs, music, photography, watercolour painting, old house restoration, body surfing, hiking and all things outdoors. I love the richness and variability of life. I love my family and the unique take each of my children has on the world. I am passionate about education for them and for all children. Writing is an abiding interest and I enjoy the process of helping children and adults alike discover the writer within which longs to be expressed. Teaching and training in Waldorf Schools has resulted in a blossoming of my interests and abilities in music and art. My previous academic, analytic approach to learning has been opened up and rounded out. I belong to a Gospel Choir. More recently, I have been painting and participated in my first show last June. I grew up in North Vancouver, a beautiful city with mountains and ocean. I love the wilderness and urban wild places and seek them out. In university, I was on the women’s rowing team. This interest has transformed to less vigorous renditions of the sport, paddling on all manner of bodies of water. The first house my husband and I purchased was a tall, skinny, tilting four-story wooden house built in 1909. I scraped and sanded, demolished and constructed. Since then we have owned several other old houses and I have enjoyed refining their characters.
Wiveliscombe, Somerset, United Kingdom
Marjorie Forgues - Freelance Mural Painting & Illustration
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I am a professional fine art. I have completed an apprenticeship of twelve years under a master artist. I have taught fine arts for the last eight years and currently hold a teaching position at the Art League of Alexandria. I have worked for a faux finishing company for seven years and currently have my own business, the Art Goddess. We specialize in faux finishing, murals, commissions of family or individual portraits in oil or sculpture. I have also worked with Ray Kaskey who sculpted the World War II memorial. I helped him with the Teamsters memorial and other projects. My website is www.marjoreandjessicaarts.com.
Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Ashley Idell - Freelance Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
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my website is www.ashleyidell.com I teach art. I appreciate art. I create art. I am a high school art teacher by day and an artist at night. I have been doing illustrations for years, ranging from children’s book illustration to custom pet portrait paintings. I also run my own web comic, LeGoosey Lu, which is updated every Sunday. I have a love for children’s book illustrations, so my work reflects a whimsical childhood with a nice classic touch.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
William Howe - Freelance Content Writing & Technical Writing
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William A. Howe PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY IT/Network Operations/ Pubications Manager with over 17 years of experience in network center operations and customer service for telecommunications leader; recipient of multiple awards for Excellence in Leadership. Broadbased background includes experience in data communications, network support, and Help Desk environment. Strong analytical skills, with testing and resolution on multiple network levels. Highly motivated professional who is client-focused and detail-oriented, and effective at managing mutiple projects simultaneously in achieving specified targets. Hands-on Manager with very high technical abilities. Very analytical dealing with data as well as constuction of internal and external presentations/documentation and technical writing. Additional Strengths Include: ? Fault Locating ? Root Cause Analysis ? Team Building ? Technical Writing ? Network Design ? Process Improvement ? Vendor Management ? Project Management ? Remote Testing ? Technical Training ? Network Infrastucture ? ATM/SONET JOB SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE Call center technology – 17 years – 2008 Optimizing networks – 10 yrs – 2008 PBX – 5 years 2003 ACD – 17 years – 2008 Layer 2 switching & Layer 3 switching – 5 years – 2008 Routing Protocols – 5 years – 2009 TIRKS and WFA workings- 17 years OSPF – 10 years – 2008 Remote testing – 17 years – 2008 Benchmarking Methodologies – 10 years – 2008 Documentation & Presentation skills – 15 years – Presentations to customers and c-level executives Vendor experience – 20 years – 2005 Customer Experience – 20 years - 2009 SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS Developed and implemented cost-effective in-house training laboratory. Established course modules and provided weekly training to all technicians that signed up for any of 40 courses offered. As part of this initiative I was personally responsible to train technicians in digital and SONET system and equipment test and turn-up, design, and maintenance of all services. Network Infrastructures Design and Implementation - Personally responsible for the design, test, and turn-up of Official Company Services Network consisting of DS1, DS3, OC3, OC12, OC48, and a variety of other services used for all Inter-Company communications, currently being utilized for Long Distance Services. Implemented trouble reporting system, allowing customers’ ability to report all outages via web-based graphical user interface that directly linked to Verizon’s ticketing and auto-test system. Trouble Resolution - well versed in testing and resolving all internal as well as external system outages. Expert experience in fault location and resolution of any and all troubles and service degradation. Collaborated with IT to develop separate auto-test guidelines for multiple reported outages on identical services that would run more in-depth tests automatically to confirm actual failures. Worked with scripts to determine best course of action to alleviate multiple outages on single service. CAREER HISTORY Februaury 2010-Present PINNACLE TECHNICAL RESOURCES, DALLAS TEXAS • Quality Auditor for all installation in the state of Florida for all Verizon Central Offices, Cell Sites, remote sites, and video centers. Follow all quality guidelines such as GR-1275 and IP 72202 to insure all installation, renoval, and and change orders meet all quality standards. Compile monthly data to insure all work is done in a safe and quality manner. Perform engineering audits in order to streamline and improve any and all processes. VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS,Tampa, FL 1990 – 2008 National Wholesale Service Management/ Process Assurance 2004-2008 • Oversaw installation and repair of all special access services for four Verizon Wholesale customers that included Qwest, TelePacific, Time Warner, and Level 3 Communications; representing estimated total annual sales of up to $120M. • Tracked daily/weekly/monthly results to ensure corporate targets were met in both on-time delivery and timely maintenance follow-up, including 24x7 escalations and assistance in resolution of all maintenance issues & outages. • Worked side-by side with all technicians in test and turn-up of all services, inclusive of digital, SONET, etc. • Assisted IT department in planning and implementing VPN Network and served as a tester of First Office Application for shared drives on the VPN Network. • Assisted sales team as a technical advisor for planning, ordering and implementing services such as ATM and VOIP. Wholesale Service Manager 2001-2004 • Managed provisioning and maintenance of all special access services for 4 top tier customers, including Qwest Time Warner TelePacific, and Level 3 Communications; representing estimated total annual sales of up to $150M. • Provided 24x7support for all service issues regarding maintenance and provisioning of special access services. • Indirectly managed up to 35 installation and 30 maintenance technicians; with maintenance technicians maintaining 24x7 rotating schedules. • Assisted Sales team on technical aspects and availability of technologies such as SONET, ATM, and VPN options, as well as DS-1 and DS-3. • Worked with Network Operations Centers throughout the region to monitor availability of all technologies. • Served as technical support 24x7 for all extended outages. Network Operations Manager / Technical Publications Manager 1998-2000 • Managed 2 remote centers, located in NJ and Washington DC. • Fully accountable for newly built network consisting of 8 Nortel SONET rings and 2 Nortel DMS switches, with oversight of all time reporting, vacation scheduling, overtime, budgeting, 24x7 coverage, and quality of technician’s installation and testing. • Hands-on manager involved with all steps of design and testing of all services. • Worked with other engineers to design all network infrastructures. Network Operations Center/ Field Technician 1990-1998 • Installed and maintained all equipment utilized for remote alarm reporting on all switching and transport equipment in approximately 30 central office locations; this included remote alarm receipt as well as troubleshooting and provisioning. • Constructed technical training documents for use by all technicians that included troubleshooting techniques. • Well qualified in monitoring, testing and resolution of both switching network as well as transport network throughout the region. CONTINUING EDUCATION and TRAINING B.S. in Business Managerment University of Phoenix, 2010 AA in Electronics RETS Electronics School, Nutley NJ CERTIFICATIONS ATM, SONET System Architecture, Alcatel/Lucent DCS, and HP-Unix, SS7 signalling. TECHNICAL SKILLS Windows 98/XP/NT, Microsoft Office 2003/2007 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, VISIO), Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Frame-maker, Illustrator, TL1, PERL, V-lookup, pre-order, installation, maintenance, remote monitoring, network infrastructure & optimization, facility design / architecture, VOIP configuration, SS7 switching, digital and analog circuit testing, both on-site and remote testing. Well-versed in all technologies inclusive of SONET, Digital cross-connects, ATM, IP Networks, etc.
Wesley Chapel, Florida, United States
Nagu323@Gmail.Com - Freelance CAD & Accounting
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? In M. tech I got gold medal for stood in college second, as per college concern. ? I invented pollution less type of vehicle in 4th b.tech 2nd semester as a part of my project work, on topic “EXHAUST GAS ANALYSIS ON I.C. ENGINE” ? In m.tech organized one national conference on “recent advances in manufacturing engineering and technology”. ? Stood second in b.tech seminar presentation on the topic 9/11 is terrorism act or self destruction ? Formed and organized a self-help group by the name FIRST-STEP to build the interpersonal and communicational skills amongst fellow class mates in college.
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