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Jonathan Lee Early - Freelance Comic Art & Drawing
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3.0
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storyboard artist and cinematic artist
ryde, Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

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I've been studying human form and concept art at Syn studio(montreal) one of the most recommended school in the concept art world. I currently work as a characters designer(for video game/publicities/animation) and illustrator for children's book.I'm passionate about the dynamism of cartoons and human form and I'll enjoy working on any of your project of that type. Work experience Frima studio since feb 2016, 2d animator Freelance work 2015 Charcters design,illustration for children book,painting Institut Desgraff: 2D art teacher 2013-2014 kaffein studio:2D animator(walter and tandoori) 2012-2013 Oasis animation: 2d Animator (lucky fred)2011-2012 studies Syn studio: concept art program 2015 CGMA 2D academy 2014 Institut Desgraff 2010-2011 (software) Toonboom harmony,animate pro2,Storyboard pro. Flash,Photoshop Character design,Animation tradigital,animation cut-out,illustration,digital art,painting contact:Hugolec@live.fr http://hugoglec.wix.com/hugogl
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Craig Sarich 23 Mandalay Drive, Poughkeepsie NY 12603 (914) 441-6383 cjsarich@gmail.com - www.craigsarich.blogspot.com Professional Summary Successful writer, editor, and proofreader with a BA in English/Creative Writing and a humor column. Looking for a role that challenges my potential, yet allows for professional growth while I pursue an MS in Publishing. Education State University of New York, New Paltz, NY Bachelor of Arts, English/Creative Writing, December 2008 Dean’s List Honors, 3.6/4.0 GPA, *** laude Experience Agency Intern July 2011-Present Fairbank Literary Agency Hudson NY -Read and evaluated queries from prospective authors -Helped create marketing plan for a successful book series -Proofread, rewrote, and reworked author’s works to prepare them for publication Additional Experience Write humor about NYC for 212Access Write technical copy for AdWorks, Inc Write a bi-weekly Ulster County, NY blog for The Free George Write humor column for the Daily Freeman Wrote humor column for Otherwise Caffeinated Currently copyediting and proofreading an unnamed fiction anthology Transcribed financial interviews for WordWorks Wrote for www.uwannarip.com – my writing was used to promote the film Horrible Bosses Wrote comedy material for working comedians Wrote a humor column for The New Paltz Oracle Copyedited and proofread 2011 Stonesthrow Review Created design and layout for 2009 Stonesthrow Review Copyedited and proofread 2009 Stonesthrow Review Wrote copy for sales scripts, presentations, and marketing materials targeted to C-level executives Performed stand-up comedy in New York City comedy clubs Writing Awards and Accomplishments Won New Paltz New Play Festival for the stage play An And is Not a But Won Best Guerilla Short for the film script Hooked on Crack: A Plumber's Story Won Jessica Abel Story and Comic Strip Contest for the sitcom script Exiled to Suburbia Won Celebration of Writing Day at SUNY New Paltz for the short story “Quitting” Won Marist College/SUNY New Paltz short story contest for “Quitting” New Paltz Players selected and performed the play Midnight Bunny Slippers Midnight Bunny Slippers performed off-Broadway in New York City Skills and Training Well-versed in Chicago Style, APA Style, and AMA Style Proficient with Microsoft Suite, Web 2.0, Google Docs, and the Internet
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George Means - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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George Stanfield Means 710 Lakeside Ave S. #417 Seattle, WA 98144 206-257-0780 GeorgeMeans@gmail.com ________________________________________________________________________ Education- M.A. in Public History ABT 2008 Washington State University, Pullman, WA Thesis: “Social, Environmental and Industrial Trends in the Coquille Valley, Oregon, 1850-1917” B.A. in History The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA 2003 Areas of Concentration: American History, American Studies, Pacific Northwest History Work Experience- Partner/ Chief Historian - Means, Nickel and Associates 2009- Present Facilitated in the acquisition of new clients, and oversaw historical research and management of clients' historical properties and cultural resources. 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Andrea Mathews - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Andrea Mathews 2112 11th Ave. So., Suite 218 Birmingham, AL 35205 205.328.0780 andrea@andreamathewslpc.com Objective Writer/Editor. Qualifications 30 years experience in the mental health field combined with almost 25 years as a writer and speaker yields a unique ability to communicate difficult subjects into applicable language. Work History 1986-Present: Writer: Author of 2 books, several articles and a blog on Psychology Today Magazine online, several curricula written both contractually and in-house for different corporations and educational institutions, web content, brochures, copy, proposals, and editor of two small literary presses. http://www.andreamathewslpc.com . 1986-Present: Trainer/Speaker: Provide both in-house and contractual training for corporations and the public on a variety of topics. http://www.InnerWings.com . Write all curricula for training and Powerpoint programs. 1997-Present: Private Practice: Offering counseling, consulting, writing and speaking on a number of mental health, spiritual and corporate issues. http://www.andreamathewslpc.com . 2003-2010: American Institute of Holistic Theology: Writer of curricula (150 courses), marketing materials and catalog. 2008-Present: VoiceAmerica: Radio Host. http://www.voiceamerica.com/Show/1304 . Own and provide weekly radio show speaking on various topics and interviewing the world’s most profound and prolific bestselling authors. Wrote all programming, interviews, press releases, marketing materials. 1996-1997: PsychPartners: Clinical Director: Developing mental health and addiction centers from ground up. Wrote curriculum and policy and procedure. 1995-1996: Bradford Health: Clinical Consultant/Director Providing staff direction and quality assurance. Wrote curriculum and policy and procedure. 1989-1995: Alethia House: Program Director/Clinical Director Started as Family Therapist, promoted to Program Director and Clinical Director. Provided staff direction, clinical supervision and program development. Wrote curricula accepted agency-wide. 1987-1989: Engle Psychiatric Day Treatment: Counselor Provided individual and group therapy as well as didactic classes for seriously mentally ill. Wrote curricula. 1986-1987: Progressive Farmer Magazine: Traffic Provided layout, copy, and organization for advertising department. Wrote copy. 1985-1986: Aura Literary/Arts Magazine: Editor Editorial decision, design, layout and publication of award-winning magazine. 1979-1985: Unemployed to raise my two children. 1976-1979: Department of Human Resources: Social Worker Provided social services to protective service clients and children. 1974-1976: Freedom House: Counselor Provided Counseling services to adolescent clients in a free clinic setting. 1973-1974: Goodwill Industries: Personnel Director Provided employment and training services to physically and mentally challenged employees in sheltered workshop setting. Wrote job descriptions and policy and procedure. Licenses and Certificates Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Counseling Supervisor, National Certified Counselor, National Board of Certified Counselors Approved Provider of Continuing Education. Education 1972 Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology/Psychology, Judson College 1991 Masters Degree in Agency Counseling, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
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Don Vernon - Freelance Portrait Art & Painting
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Shayla Byrne - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
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Shayla Marie Designs offers high-quality, professional, custom graphic designs or illustrations for your every business or personal need. Contact me for pricing or more information. © 2014 ALL artwork on this site belongs to Shayla Marie Designs. Not to be re-used without written permission from the artist.
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Dana Barnett - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Education 6/06-7/06 Red Mountain Writers Project The RWMP is an intensive 150-hour summer institute sponsored by the National Writing Project that allows teachers (elementary-college) the time to write, to read about writing, and to discuss writing and the teaching of writing. 6/97-present Graduate courses in Education and English University of Alabama at Birmingham 1/93-12/97 M.A. English Master’s Thesis: Tennessee Williams’s American Blues University of Alabama 8/88-6/92 B.A. English/Creative Writing minor University of Alabama Experience 6/92-present Tutor and Freelance Writer, Editor, and Proofreader Recent publications are listed below; reviews of tutoring may be found at www.wyzant.com 1/12-12/13 Adjunct English Instructor Calhoun Community College Duties: taught English 092, English 093, and Freshman Composition 101 8/08-5/11 Adjunct English Instructor Snead State Community College Duties: taught English 093, Freshman Composition 101 and 102, and American Literature I and II (some courses involved instruction via Blackboard) 8/08-5/10 Adjunct English Instructor Wallace State Community College Duties: taught English 085 and Freshman Composition 101 and 102, served on the Common Read Book Committee 8/07-8/08 Adjunct English Instructor/Temporary Full-Time English Instructor 3/98-5/03 Jefferson State Community College Duties: taught Freshman Composition 101 and 102, American Literature I and II, British Literature I and II, and fundamental reading and writing 8/99-7/07 English, Journalism, and Learning Support Services Teacher John Carroll Catholic High School Duties: taught college preparatory British and World Literature; taught fundamental, college preparatory, and honors American Literature; taught Journalism and sponsored the high school newspaper; taught Educational Support classes; tutored individuals and groups in the Writing Center; worked on committees to reestablish the Summer Reading Program, to create and organize the Writing Center, and to rewrite the curriculum for the English Department and Educational Support Services Program; served on John Carroll’s Action Committee to improve the Basic Studies/Educational Support Program for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and composed the final report for this committee; taught ACT Prep classes (reading and English); taught summer school courses; trained to score writing assessments (standardized tests); scored writing assessments for schools in the North Alabama Catholic Diocese 8/95-8/99 Communications Specialist Alabama Quality Assurance Foundation Duties: wrote and edited monthly employee newsletter, quarterly report for physicians, quarterly newsletter for Medicare recipients in Alabama, and other publications; composed educational slides and other visual aids for health care presentations; managed company library 8/94-8/95 Education Associate Professional Convention Management Association Duties: researched, created, and helped implement the Learning Specialist Program for Hyatt Hotels; designed and implemented curriculum for “Legal Issues in Meeting Planning” seminar; conducted research in the field of adult education; conducted review of current publications in the fields of adult education and meeting planning 8/93-6/94 Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant University of Alabama Duties: taught Freshman Composition (101 and 102); researched and edited The Plays of Ntozake Shange: A Critical Study for Professor Neal Lester; conducted preliminary research for book about revisionist texts; supervised mass mailing of book proposals to academic publishers; assisted Professor Lester in search for African-American Literature assistant professor; served on Freshman Composition Textbook Selection Committee 6/92-1/93 Office Assistant University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Pediatrics Duties: wrote and edited the Pediatric Department Quarterly and other publications; assisted Pediatric Department with audio-visual equipment/techniques Activities, Affiliations, and Awards International Reading Association Alabama Reading Association National Council of Teachers of English Alabama Writers’ Forum 1992 Thomas Wolfe Award (University of Alabama undergraduate creative writing award) 1999 Senior Citizens’ Hall of Fame Honorary Recipients of the Golden Eagle Award (for advocacy work) Publications “Unlatched Doors”—Chicken Soup for the Soul: Messages from Heaven (February 2012) “Just Purr”—Chicken Soup for the Soul: I Can’t Believe My Cat Did That! (September 2012) “The Angel and the Vandal”—Chicken Soup for the Soul: Angels Among Us (January 2013) “The Beginning of a Wonderful Life”—A Warm Place There Anthology (Spring 2014) Skills --Familiar with PC and Mac formats --Adept at using Blackboard, SMARTBoard, and other educational technologies --Proficient in Word, WordPerfect, Excel, PowerPoint, PageMaker (InDesign), Photoshop, Illustrator, AppleWorks, and Quark Express --Experienced in using grade book programs for both secondary schools and colleges --Excellent at conducting research using “old-fashioned methods” such as digging through the stacks at an academic library and using more modern methods such as navigating databases and the Internet
Cullman, Alabama, United States
Alyssa Henning - Freelance Press Release Writing & Manual Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Strategic communicator who has worked with the media from advertising, to integrated marketing, to global event planning. I currently counsel communication professionals on innovative PR, marketing and communication services from multimedia news, to targeting and monitoring specific markets. I work primarily with small businesses, new enterprises and agencies across the United States and counsel organizations on how to connect and engage with target audiences across the globe. My passion is specializing in non profit work from event planning and development to fund raising and more. Experience: PR Newswire (Business Development), The Cleveland Clinic Marketing Department (Event Coordination), Allied Integrated Marketing, Wizard of Ah’s
Ohio, United States