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Mark Glidden - Freelance Comic Art & Book Illustration
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Cary, North Carolina, United States

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Julie Valdez - Freelance Graphic Design & Photo Editing
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WORK EXPERIENCE Hornall Anderson, Senior Digital Production Artist, Seattle, WA (07 – 13) – Within a high-pressure, fast-paced environment, I was responsible for collaborating with project teams to produce mechanicals accurately and which fulfilled design intent. Projects included packaging, environmental, photo retouching and collateral. Clients included Pepsi (Frito Lay, Tropicana and Quaker packaging and process development), Starbucks (Starbucks, Seattle’s Best, Evolution Fresh packaging), HTC (Powerpoint informational / training decks and process development) and T-Mobile (OOH for the NBA, including stadium build-outs and building graphics). As the Senior Digital Production Artist, I was also responsible for the following: • leading the production teams on large projects • working with the production and production design staffs to keep skills and knowledge current • troubleshooting innovative print techniques and software • researching software upgrades and production industry trends • maintaining, refining and promoting best practices for all aspects of print workflow, company-wide • interviewing, training and mentoring freelancers and new hires in quality practices for production • working with the production management staff to determine budget hours for jobs Freelance graphic design and production, Seattle, WA (05-09) – Clients included Nintendo, Microsoft MSN, Kirkland Performance Center, The Parlor Billiards & Spirits, the Bellevue Philharmonic, Paula’s Choice cosmetics, Golden Lasso, Blackfish Creative (Portland, OR), Arndt Organization, Juanita Bay Dentistry, the Northwest Women’s Pool Association and Emerald City Cue Repair. SGW Creative, Print Production Lead, Mercer Island, WA (04-05) – SGW focused exclusively on property marketing. I was responsible for the production of advertising, identity, collateral and environmental materials. Freelance graphic design (00 to 04) – Clients included Nike ACG, Blackfish Creative, LandAmerica, Market Place Design, Entrées Inc., Cedrus Technologies and the Northwest Women’s Pool Association. Riley Weiss (Formerly known as Blackfish Creative), Production Manager, Portland, OR (97-00) – Assisted the principal / creative director with the design and digital production of all projects, including identity, brochures, packaging, collateral, POP and tradeshow graphics. I worked with the principal to keep production techniques and design strategy within scoped budget. This also entailed reviewing, selecting and managing outside vendors, as well as press checks. In addition, I worked with the principal and account services director to establish and streamline policies and procedures. Based on current and projected production department workload, I scheduled and managed freelance support as needed. Technical duties included Mac network maintenance, user support, hardware and software evaluation, and archiving data via CD and tape backup. The Oswego Group, Production Manager, Portland, OR (96 to 97) – The Oswego Group mainly produced asset CDs and camera-ready art for electronics manufacturers. I managed two full-time staff members to ensure that all jobs were completed accurately and on deadline. Jobs included page layout and design, RC and film output, high-resolution drum scanning, photo manipulation and color correction, loose color proofing, CD organization and specialized dual platform burning, CD technical support for electronics retailers, maintenance of the CD archiving system, maintenance of processors and imagesetters, and general network troubleshooting. Ongoing projects included production employee training and evaluation, new technology research, development of the Production department procedures manual and development of new traffic strategies. Camera World, Advertising Department Manager, Portland, OR (9/94 to 12/95) – Responsibilities included general management of the two-person advertising department plus freelancers, layout and design of weekly newspaper and monthly four-color mail order ads, annual mail order catalog, bi-annual direct mail piece, in-store signage and forms. I handled all radio and TV advertising, including media purchasing and music / script approval. In addition, I developed and implemented new procedures for department processes. Freelance graphic design, Portland, OR (4/94 to 9/94) – Clients included Circle AW/B-Line, Rosen-Brown Direct, Merisel International. (Los Angeles), The Business Journal, Groves & Associates (Los Angeles), Maria Elena Jewelry (Chicago), Market Place Design and Photogroup. Merisel International, Senior Publications Coordinator, Los Angeles, CA (89 to 94) – Merisel was a global computer products distributor. There I was responsible for the timely and accurate production of six to eight publications, ranging from brochures to product catalogs. I was accountable for scheduling, editorial planning, writing and editing content, design and layout, managing freelance and temporary staff, coordination of editorial requests and art, vendor management as well as providing support for other members of the Publishing Services staff. Represented the Publishing Services department at trade shows as needed.
Mountlake Terrace, Washington, United States
Victor Castro - Freelance Video Production & Commercial Videography
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Born in Lisbon in April 10, 1977, Victor Castro grew up on the beaches of Southern Portugal and skateboarding through Lisbon’s south side. His uncanny ability to dismantle and reconstruct the world around him has bounced this aries sign individual around the globe as a musician and as highly coveted international sound engineer. Never afraid to try something new, Victor chased his dreams into the film and music industry. In 1998, Victor threw all caution to the wind; he quit his economics course in college, sold everything he owned and flew to England, to attend the SAE Institute. Working odd jobs to perfect his English speaking skills, Victor put himself through school as he studied music production and sound engineering, specializing in sound design and audio post-production and original sound track composition. Launching into a highly successful career as a Music Director, in the last decade Victor has composed hundreds of jingles, original songs and compositions for several feature films and award-winning commercials. Having climbed to the top of his career as a multi-award winning Music Director, Victor Castro stepped behind the camera lens and made his directorial debut in 2009. Living in the heart of NYC, he attended an intensive film director program at the New York Film Academy and met his wife, a NYC writer, historian and political activist. Victor’s visionary talent and eye for film landed some huge names in his first year as a Commercials Director, with clients such as McDonalds, Vodafone, Zon, Compal, Millennium Bank, Barclays Bank and Maxmat, to name just a few. Having worked in the film and music industry for over a decade, Victor has developed a huge clientele base, with excellent working relationships with hundreds of people throughout the industry, such as Leo Burnett, JWT, BBDO, EURO Rscg, Young & Rubicam, Norma Jean, FCB, Wieden and Kennedy, etc… Ad agencies and crew alike give rave reviews when working with Victor Castro, noting some of their most recent successful ad campaigns accredited to Victor’s work. Victor Castro is currently living between Lisbon & NYC, aiming for international representation as Commercial and Film Director.
New York, New York, United States
Jason Miller - Freelance Advertising Videography & Commercial Videography
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Hello, My name is Jason Miller and I am a Videographer/ Photographer from Zanesville, Ohio, and have been working with both since 2001. I am a Graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Media Production. While there, I shot and edited pieces for the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium and the Pittsburgh Scuba Center. Over the last year and a half, I have worked as a Freelance Camera Operator and Editor for Envision Media Group, a Production House in Worthington. As well as a Freelance Video Generalist for Ologie, a Branding Company located in downtown Columbus. In addition, I have also worked on a number of small, one-day venues. Currently I am employed as a Event Photographer for Grad Images. I am well versed in most professional Editing Software, including Apple’s Final Cut Pro, Adobe Master Collection, and Avid. In addition I am trained with a wide variety of Professional Camera systems, Including Broadcast ENG Cameras, DSLR's, 16mm, Red, and most mid to pro level HD/SD cameras.
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Caroline Schroeder - Freelance Ad Design & Banner Design
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I have a BA in Visual Arts, concentrating in Commercial Design and Biological Illustration. I currently work as a Marketing Coordinator/Graphic Designer and a Web Designer. I have had commissions for pastels and paintings and have shown pastels and graphite drawings in local galleries. My full time job as a graphic designer has me creating brochures, banners, billboards, business cards, logos, print ads, posters and web ads. I also have a love of whimsical greeting card/ stationary type illustration.
Battle Creek, Michigan, United States
JP Klene - Freelance Book Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
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3.5
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I am an illustrator and a commissioned artist. I do murals, portraits, etc. My passion is children's book illustrations. I specialize in working with pen, but I also work well in Illustrator/Photoshop and with watercolors, paint, and pastels.
Peoria, Illinois, United States
Robin Dahm - Freelance Editing & Manual Writing
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ROBIN B. DAHM, BS, BA, RDN, LDN SUMMARY OF SKILLS Current status: Editor in Chief of *The Spectrum,* the quarterly newsletter of the Healthy Aging Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Available for freelance work as a technical and developmental editor. Numerous complementary skill sets (clinical dietetics, program creation and presentation, technical writing/editing) developed through experience in different markets. Technical writing, technical editing, and communication skills: Experienced writer and presenter with over 13 years of experience as a technical writer, editor of trade journals and trade books, assistant classroom instructor, and public speaker. • Publications created: Wrote, researched, edited, proofread, and fact-checked trade-magazine articles, quick reference cards, user manuals, programming manuals, validation documentation and test scripts, purchase specifications, design specifications, and online help systems. Edited "how to" computer books and technical walk-through guides for software applications. • Products documented: Various types of software and hardware products: pharmaceutical clinical-trial software, voice-over-Internet products (VOIPs), telephone hardware systems, military and public-sector property-management software, and equipment for snack-food production. • Training experience: One-on-one patient and student education, group-lesson development and presentation, creation of audience-appropriate educational handouts. Has trained magazine editors and new-hire dietitians. • Other: Experienced in a variety of software applications, including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, various drawing applications and nutrition applications, and many others. Experienced team manager and supervisor. Has successfully worked as a permanent employee, as a self-employed consultant, and as the sole proprietor of a neuromuscular-therapy practice. Works well individually and as part of a team. Dietetics skills: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist #963784 through the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist, PA #DN004236. Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics since 2004. Experienced at medical nutrition therapy and the Academy’s nutrition care process. Determines comprehensive nutritional assessments and interventions based on laboratory results, dietary restrictions, food preferences, and physical/mental challenges. Counsels patients and their families/caregivers. Determines medical nutritional therapies for LTC, rehabilitation, geriatric, and hospice patients; paying special attention to those at high risk for weight loss, malnutrition, and skin breakdown. Monitors weekly and monthly weights to detect any unplanned significant weight changes. Acts with interdisciplinary teams for weight and care-planning meetings to address unplanned significant weight loss and the needs of high-risk residents. Communicates closely with the kitchen staff as needed to ensure proper individualized dietary modifications. Calculates tube feedings and monitors these patients closely to address potential significant weight changes or dehydration issues. Counsels family-practice and private-practice patients. Addresses MDS assessments on a weekly basis by performing full nutritional assessments, completing Section K and RAP sheets, and participating in care-planning meetings. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ EDUCATION Camden County College, Blackwood, NJ; 5/12–present. Majoring in Deaf Studies, with the intent of becoming a part-time interpreter of American Sign Language. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY; 9/06–5/07. Dietetic internship and three required graduate courses: Food and Nutrition Policies—Cultural, Behavioral, and Social Aspects. Issues, Trends, and Challenges in Nutrition. Fundamentals of Nutrition Policy and Management. Cook College, Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ; 5/06. B.S. Nutritional Sciences, Dietetics option. GPA: 3.4/4.0. Dietetics-curriculum GPA: 3.7/4.0. Kings/Wall $1,000 Scholarship, Eastern Frosted Foods Association, Inc., 6/1/05. Cook $500 Education Assistance Grant Scholarship, 7/5/05. Member of KON national dietetics honor society. Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ; Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ; 1/03–5/04. Nonmatriculated student. All 24 credits applied toward Cook College B.S. degree. Rutgers College, Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ; 5/89. B.A. English. Minor in Computer Science. GPA: 3.1/4.0. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NUTRITION-RELATED EXPERIENCE (2005–PRESENT) Editor in Chief, *The Spectrum,* 3/12–present. Part-time service position. Directs all aspects of this quarterly newsletter of the Healthy Aging Dietetic Practice Group. Manages review teams and editorial assistants. Develops articles with the authors. Copy-edits every piece published in the newsletter. Works in conjunction with the group’s Executive Committee. Nutrition Information Technologist, United States Department of Defense, Defense Supply Center of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. Contractor through Regent Systems Inc., 10/09–1/11. Full-time position. Worked as part of a data-migration team that moved armed-forces recipes into a new software application, for worldwide use. Examined recipe ingredients, production/serving methods, and HACCP steps for accuracy, completeness, and adherence to policies; then entered the recipes into the application. Clinical Dietitian, Memorial Home Health and Hospice, Pennsville, NJ. 10/09–1/11. Part-time per-diem dietitian. Performed clinical assessments. Provided recommendations for medical nutrition therapy. Counseled patients and caregivers. Attended biweekly interdisciplinary team meetings. Clinical Dietitian through Healthcare Services Group, Inc., 4/08–7/09. Performed medical nutritional therapy (as explained in the summary of dietetics skills) for the following LTC/rehab facilities: Innova at Deptford, NJ ? Innova at Mount Laurel, NJ ? Eastern Shore Nursing and Rehabilitation, Cape May Court House, NJ ? Courthouse Convalescent Center, Cape May Court House, NJ ? Innova at Hammonton, NJ. Dietetic Intern, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. 9/06–5/07. Rotations included: • St. Charles Hospital and Stony Brook Hospital (10 weeks). Conducted bedside assessments and follow-ups with residents and families. Created and presented “Preeclampsia and Nutritional Intervention” and “Decubitus Ulcers: A Case Study” to the dietitians. • John J. Foley Skilled Nursing Facility (4 weeks). Conducted bedside assessments and follow-ups with residents and families. Created a patient handout explaining all the therapeutic diets. Researched MNT protein-supplement products, gave recommendations based on nutritional breakdown and pricing. • Bellhaven Nursing Center and Rehabilitative Care (4 weeks). Assisted the Foodservice Manager in his daily activities (inventory, interviews, QC, inspections, etc.). Created a population-appropriate 1-week vegetarian/high fiber cycle menu. • Joan Stollberger, RD, CDE, CDN (2 weeks). Counseled private-practice patients. Researched and created “Why Is Yogurt a Health Food?” patient handout. • Stony Brook Family Practice outpatient counseling (5 weeks). Shadowed dietitians with various specialties (pediatrics, ALS, oncology, etc.) and assisted with counseling as needed. • HeartLinks program and WIC community nutrition rotations (5 weeks). Visited public-school vending machines to gather data and prepare statistics. Prepared “Take a Look at Lunch…How Healthy Is Yours?” educational poster displayed at a local high school cafeteria. Created “Updating New York State’s School Food Policy” presentation. • Southampton School District, school-foodservice rotation (3 weeks). Created and presented “Portion Control” to the foodservice workers. Created a poster and age-appropriate survey for Kids’ Choice Day. Diet Clerk, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ. Part-time, 3/05–12/05. Used HealthTouch menu software to take meal selections over the phone and at patients’ bedsides. Delivered meals to patients in their rooms. Created and presented “Renal Disease and Dietary Modifications” to the diet clerks. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ OTHER HEALTHCARE EXPERIENCE Neuromuscular Therapist, Inner Works Massage and Muscle Therapy, Bound Brook, NJ. Part-time, 6/99–7/05. Treated clients with neuromuscular (trigger-point) therapy, Swedish massage, myofascial (deep tissue) techniques, postural analysis, stretching, and Eastern-style treatment. Assessed each client's body mechanics, stressors, and perpetuating factors to eliminate the source of the problem and alleviate/eliminate the symptoms. Determined and taught self-treatments to clients. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PRESENTATION POSITIONS, TEMPORARY AND PART-TIME Guest Presenter, Glen Landing Middle School. 5/11, 5/12. Developed and presented a geology show to the students by combining a PowerPoint-based lecture and hands-on geology exhibits. Interpretation Ranger, National Park Service, Canyonlands National Park, Moab, UT. Temporary, 6/01–11/01. Developed and presented programs to the park visitors about the park’s geology, natural history, and human history. T'ai Chi/Body Mechanics Instructor, Assistant Instructor, Somerset School of Massage Therapy, Somerset, NJ. Part-time, 1/99–12/99. Developed and taught a curriculum that combined Eastern philosophy (yin/yang theory and five-phase theory) with client assessment and therapist body mechanics. Worked in tandem with the classroom lead instructor for teaching: the ten basic human anatomical systems and their physiologies/pathologies, neuromuscular therapy, Swedish massage, stretching, and myofascial (deep tissue) techniques. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TECHNICAL WRITING AND EDITING (1989–2002, 2011–2012) Cengage Learning, Inc., Stamford, CT. Consultant, self-employed; 7/11–5/12. Edited the undergraduate textbook Materials Science and Mechanical Properties for this publisher of educational materials. Provided an editorial perspective on the book’s language, flow, content, and pedagogy; as well as a simultaneous copy-edit and proofread. Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Bridgewater, NJ. Consultant through Triaton, Inc.; 1/02–11/02. Wrote QA validation documentation for internal proprietary Web applications, including specifications for user requirements, functional design, and system delivery; traceability matrices; test and regression-test scripts. Created quick-reference cards and wrote pharmaceutical research and development software user manuals. QA tested and regression-tested a proprietary Intranet financial application. Healthcare Products Research, Inc., Bridgewater, NJ. Consultant, self-employed; 1/01–5/01. Created and maintained a single file that generated administrator, developer, and end-user manuals with mix-and-match content for territory-management software. Developed and implemented documentation SOPs. eResearchTechnology, Inc., Bridgewater, NJ. Consultant through Techwrights, Inc.; 3/00–12/00. Wrote administrator, developer, and data-entry manuals for pharmaceutical clinical-trial software. Dialogic Corp., an Intel Company, Parsippany, NJ. Permanent employee, 11/96–2/99. Wrote programming manuals by interviewing the programmers and reinterpreting technical specifications. Reworked specifications into introductory chapters in the manuals. Wrote descriptions of open-platform architecture and voice-over-Internet products for an audience of in-house developers and early product adopters. General Electric Information Services, and AT&T. Consultant through SDI, Edison, NJ, 5/95–11/96. Developed online help for internal telephone-system software training packages. Wrote end-user manuals for mainstream products. Marlboro Computer Corp., Edison, NJ. Permanent employee, 8/94–4/95. Wrote user and product installation manuals for military and public-sector property-management software. Managed a team of writers for large projects. Nabisco Foods Group, East Hanover, NJ. Permanent employee, 2/94–7/94. Created online help for equipment-purchase procedures for the package-food and snack-food industry. Edited specifications for food production equipment. Created and maintained an online library for generating new purchase specifications. Progressive Strategies, New York, NY. Self-employed consultant, 1994–96. Edited technical walk-through guides. Worked from home office, around full-time job. Internet World Magazine, Westport, CT. Self-employed consultant, 1994. Edited this monthly computer magazine. Worked from home office, around full-time job. ZD Press Publishing, Emeryville, CA. Self-employed consultant, 1992–93. Edited “how to” computer books. Worked from home office, around full-time job. PC Magazine, New York, NY. Permanent employee, 6/89–1/94. Held the positions of Senior Copy Editor, Copy Editor, Editorial Assistant/Fact Checker, and Proofreader. Wrote, edited, proofread, copy-fit, and fact-checked product reviews. Supervised, trained, and delegated tasks to junior copy editors. Assisted in the creation of product testing scripts. Tested computer products in the on-site labs. Researched companies and products for future stories. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ VOLUNTEER POSITIONS American Red Cross. Blood-services volunteer (volunteer at blood drives, drive the blood to the Philadelphia collection center). Disaster-services volunteer (drive the Emergency Response Vehicle to the location of the disaster). Member, Washington Township Environmental Commission. Assist with the annual Earth Day celebration.
Sewell, New Jersey, United States
Steven Wilcox - Freelance Comic Art & Portrait Art
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I am a freelance artist who has worked primarily in the comic industry. I've done some small press work for a company named "project4studios" on their flagship title; Hired Gun. I am currently working with Bluewater Productions on one of their Fame bio-comics. I've provided interior illustrations for Airship 27's novel; Sinbad the New Voyages vo 2, (available through Amazon.com). I also work a lot on portrait work.
Citrus Heights, California, United States
Sean - Freelance Audio Editing & Art
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Art is primal expression of anyone's true feeling, I try my hardest to succeed in all my goals and objectives as carefully and upright as possible. No objective is to hard for me and with a good motive I see what I need to be done finished and properly overlooked.
Painesville, Ohio, United States
Kori - Freelance Spanish Translation & Travel Planning
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I have worked for a television station for almost 10 years. I specialize in translation from english to spanish and spanish to english. I can also maintain your social websites and create contests etc. I am very fluent in english and spanish. Reach out to me so that I can help with your project today.
Lubbock, Texas, United States