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Alysa Avery - Freelance Comic Art, Fantasy Art, Illustration, & Portrait Art
730
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4.8
4 Skills
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I am a freelance artist based in southern Maine. My work focuses mainly on fantasy, horror, and fan art. I am currently the lead artist for indie comic “Night is Falling.” I have experience in a variety of areas such as illustration, makeup and costume design, concept art, portrait painting, set painting, costume construction, creature fabrication and prop making. In my free time I am...
Portland, Maine, United States
Ben Clifford - Freelance Comic Art & Graphic Design
3
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3.0
2 Skills
$30
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I am a freelance Graphic Designer and Comic Artist. My specialties are Logo and Letterhead design, and I am qualified for any Print based design (magazines, brochures, books, etc). I have experience in Comic book art, including character conceptualization and script writing and editing. EDUCATION B.F.A., Kutztown University of Pennsylvania - Kutztown,...
Mount Desert, Maine, United States
Lake Riley - Freelance Cartooning & Comic Art
131
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5.0
2 Skills
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My work can be viewed at john riley cartoons.com. I have had over 7000 cartoons published and have received over 40 awards for my editorial cartooning.I have been doing voiceovers for radio,tv and websites for over 20 years.I am results oriented and work diligently with clients.
Union, Maine, United States
Bob Raymond - Freelance Comic Art & Fantasy Art
69
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3.5
2 Skills
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Have done a little of everything. Main Focus is comic penciling. Hard worker and always trying to improve. Main goal is to become a comic book artist, but have played with story boarding and character designs.
Bangor, Maine, United States
Adam Frizzell - Freelance Illustration & Comic Art
36
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am an illustrator who graduated with a BFA in Illustration, and a minor in Animation, from the Art Institute of Boston I am currently working in the video game field, and have previously worked freelance professionally in promotional Ad work, Comics, and in Storyboards and Concept Design for companies like Viacom and Sony with many Indy publishers and animation companies peppered in the mix.
Portland, Maine, United States
Alexandra Cecilio - Freelance Illustration & Comic Art
21
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am a current graphic novelist, working on a 55 page novel for my graduation/thesis project at the maine college of art. I can show you some examples of my work if youre interested. I have done illustration work for posters, online comics, and some logo work as well. I have also designed several websites, I took an 8 week intensive course at MIT on website design. http://browndwarfcoffee.com...
Maine, United States
Aileen Andrews - Freelance Cartooning & Comic Art
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Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
$10
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An Illustrator, comic artist, and character designer based in Portland, Maine. Graduating from University of Southern Maine with a degree in Drawing as well as a minor in Theater, and has a knack for narrative in art.
Orono, Maine, United States
Tyler - Freelance Comic Art & Cartooning
5
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3.0
2 Skills
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Augusta, Maine, United States

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Brenda Nieves - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
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Online profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/brenda-nieves/38/8a4/b52 WRITING PROOFREADING COPYEDITING SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS •Published articles and memoirs in both print and online formats as a freelance writer. •Contributing writer to Gridlock magazine, an online publication •Staff writer to The Rescue Journal, a non-profit animal rescue publication •Staff writer to Blindfold Magazine, a print publication with online content •Contributing author to chainbooks.com •Website annotation, contracted freelancer •7 years writing, including over eight years’ experience conducting research, preparing documents, writing, editing and proofreading reports, including service plans. •Extensive experience checking legal and psychiatric case-related facts •Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, One Note EDUCATION AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE, FREELANCE WRITING 2011 PENN FOSTER CAREER SCHOOL Scranton, PA BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, SOCIAL WORK 2002 MINOR: RACE RELATIONS FROM COLLEGE OF URBAN AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY Boca Raton, FL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE FREELANCE WRITER January 2010 - Present •Authored feature for print publication in NY lifestyle magazine detailing the pros and cons of at-home motherhood in comparison with motherhood paired with paid employment outside the home. •Authored articles for online publication dealing with issue of mental health. •Memoir accepted for publication in anthology due out by the end of 2011. •Staff writer to The Rescue Journal magazine. Produced quarterly by and for A Second Chance Puppies and Kittens Rescue, Palm Beach Co. Florida •Staff writer to Gridlock magazine, a men’s lifestyle magazine published twice monthly. •Staff writer to Blindfold Magazine, a monthly publication with a focus on informing and inspiring people to become involved in local, national, and global issues. •Author of two projects (1 fiction, 1 non-fiction) sold to chainbooks.com. CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CASE MANAGEMENT WORK EXPERIENCE: FEBRUARY 2004---MARCH 2011 SOUTH COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER; DELRAY BEACH, FL February 2004 – March 2011 Private, non-profit corporation chartered by the State of Florida in 1974, bringing quality mental health and substance abuse care with a staff of 245 providing service to 5,000+ clients JAIL DIVERSION SPECIALIST November 2006 – March 2011 •Held responsibility for over 1,000 individual short-term cases (one week at most); collaborated with law enforcement and corrections deputies to ensure appropriate (according to level and kind of mental illness) housing for inmates within two jurisdictions, within secure settings while attempting to present inmates, although criminal, as people dealing with various kinds and levels of dysfunction. Wrote approximately 30 case narratives (5+ pages each) to document same, utilizing psychiatric, social service and legal terminology, outlining history, current situation and treatment plans. •Earned recognition in stellar employee evaluations for work developing and implementing operating procedures within the framework of a new program. FORENSIC CASE MANAGER August 2004 – November 2006 •Promoted within a year in recognition of documentation skills, knowledge of the legal system and overall strict temperament, all of which vital to forensic case work. •Worked with mental health clients to effectively secure medical and government care, usually contacting 5x+ each week via telephone, mail, and in person, consistently exhibiting both strong communication skills and exceptional attention to detail and follow-up. INTENSIVE CASE MANAGER February 2004 – August 2004 •Provided full-service advocacy for chronically mentally ill patients; developed close working relationships, providing direction, crisis interventions, personal assistance, family counseling as well as assistance navigating systems to obtain Social Security, Disability and Medicaid/Medicare benefits. •Reduced hospital admissions and increased medication compliance for caseload, teaching clients how to more effectively help themselves. VOLUNTEER INVOLVEMENT •Volunteer adult reading teacher; Literacy Coalition; Palm Beach Co., FL; August 2006 – October 2007 •A Second Chance Puppies and Kittens Rescue Organization, FL; July 2011 - Present
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, United States
Kathy Porter - Freelance Writing & Editing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Kathy Porter Skills, talents, experience and specialized knowledge • Writing, editing and content management • Excellent command of English grammar and style • Strong background in editorial, marketing and communications, including print and electronic publications production and management • Outstanding communication and presentation skills • Extensive Mac and Windows computer experience • Mastery of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher), Adobe Suite (Acrobat, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign), QuarkXpress, Wordpress, Raiser’s Edge, Mac-specific software (Pages, Keynote, Numbers) and others • Expertise in social media content production and platform management • Public speaking experience • Managing people, projects and resources; budgeting and financial management • Administration, organization and time management • Photography and graphics Work Experience: September 2008 to August 2011: Marketing Associate for King’s Home, Chelsea, Alabama. Wrote copy for and maintained website, print and electronic media, social media, press releases, marketing collateral, grant applications, fundraising letters and various communications for nonprofit organization. Successfully led identity change from The King’s Ranch and Hannah Homes, including website relaunch and all collateral related to rebranding campaign. January 2006 to September 2008: Proofreader and Copywriter for Intermark Group, Birmingham, Alabama. Created concepts and wrote electronic, video and print copy for clients such as BBVA Compass, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, Toyota, St. Vincent’s Birmingham and others. Ensured all agency-produced material conformed to accepted style and grammar standards. January 2004 to December 2005: Communications Manager for American Cast Iron Pipe Company, Birmingham, Alabama. Directed internal and external communications program. Wrote, edited and managed workflow of weekly ACIPCO News newsletter in addition to online publications and other internal and external communications pieces. March 2002 to August 2003: Director of Communications, Public Relations, Marketing and Government Affairs for the National Franchisee Association Inc., Marietta, Georgia. Served as managing editor for quarterly magazine, monthly e-newsletter, annual report and various brochures and marketing materials for restaurant trade association. Wrote and disseminated press releases; served as primary public relations spokesperson. Designed and published association’s first Annual Report. Researched, wrote, edited and designed 16-page report outlining activities, accomplishments and services of the association; scheduled and oversaw production; coordinated distribution. Result: Publication garnered accolades from members, dramatically improving image and raising profile of association. July 1996 to November 2001: Miller Freeman Inc., Marietta, Georgia/San Francisco, California January 1998 to November 2001: Associate Publisher, Wood Technology magazine, Miller Freeman Inc.; Conference Director, Wood Technology Clinics & Shows. Maintained bottom-line responsibility for monthly trade magazine serving 25,000 wood-processing professionals worldwide, plus ancillary products including website, newsletters, books and directories. Managed editorial, sales and production staffs; directed circulation and marketing efforts. Published ForestWeb, the industry’s first comprehensive online publication. Developed, programmed, and edited conference curriculum for North America’s largest annual educational program and technology exhibition for wood-processing professionals. Determined scope and focus of program, selected speakers, and organized conference tracks (90 sessions). Result: Increased number of sessions by 33% while boosting conference attendance and revenue by 12%, reversing an eight-year downward trend. January 1997 to January 1998: Editorial Director, Wood Technology, Miller Freeman Inc., Marietta, Georgia. Served as primary editor for group of wood-processing titles. Set editorial policy, wrote news and feature articles, and supervised editorial and production staffs. Represented publications at industry trade shows and meetings. Redesigned magazine. Collaborated with editorial design team to create new logo, reflecting modern image; designed simpler, cleaner page layouts for improved readability; upgraded paper quality without increasing costs. Result: Reader feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with renewal rates improving by 3% within three months of redesign. Promoted to associate publisher January 1998. July 1996 to January 1997: Managing and Technical Editor, Pulp&Paper magazine, Miller Freeman Inc., Marietta, Georgia. Wrote news and feature articles about technological developments in paper industry. Promoted to editorial director of Wood Technology January 1997. January 1990 to July 1996: Associate Editor, Hatton-Brown Publishers Inc., Montgomery, Alabama. Editor for group of forestry, wood-processing and power equipment trade magazines. Served as photojournalist and editor, traveling, interviewing industry principals, attending trade shows and authoring more than 500 articles. Won three awards for outstanding photography and two awards for issues coverage. August 1984 to October 1989: Editorial Assistant and Assistant Editor, Southern Outdoors and BASSMASTER magazines Montgomery, Alabama. Provided administrative and editorial support to editor; worked with freelance content providers to secure artwork and articles; facilitated editorial workflow and production. Education Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Alabama *** laude graduate with Bachelor of Arts. Major: Applied Communications. Maintained 3.92/4.0 GPA. Jane Williams Award for top academic performance. Alpha Beta Honor Society. Editor of student newspaper.
Birmingham, Alabama, United States