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Eric Lee Johnson - Freelance Comic Art & Poster Design
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4.5
2 Skills
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Eric Lee Johnson is a comic, commercial, and fine artist who operates in Aberdeen, South Dakota. A graduate of the Northern State University School of Fine Arts, he focuses on illustrative imagery in his posters, paintings, and comics.
Aberdeen, South Dakota, United States
Shelby Fauset - Freelance Book Cover Design & Comic Art
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$10
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I am 15. I have been writing a play since I was 10. I need an illustrator of it because it is going to be a comic.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States
Ryan Tieszen - Freelance Comic Art & Drawing
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4.5
2 Skills
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Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States

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Carly Atkinson - Freelance Writing & Proofreading
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4.0
2 Skills
$10
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I'm an English Literature major at the University of Waterloo who's hoping to gain additional writing and proofreading experience. Upon occasion, I volunteer as a proofreader at Imprint, UW's student newspaper. It may sound strange but I adore grammar and proofreading, and I appreciate any chances that I get to use my skills. I'm willing to do simple projects pro bono so feel free to approach me with your work. Thanks!
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Jeremy Edom - Freelance Radio Production & Press Release Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
$100
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Jeremy L. Edom (765)243-1429 | jedom@imail.iu.edu 326 North Jackson Street, P.O. Box 51, Sweetser, IN 46987-0051 Education Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts, December, 2012 Indiana University Kokomo-Kokomo, Indiana GPA: 3.42/4.0 Major GPA: 3.9/4.0 Notable Achievements Dean’s List (6 semesters) 2011-12 Outstanding Student in Communications New Student Orientation Leader Student in IU Kokomo Honors Program Peer Mentor for School of Arts & Sciences Coursework Interviewing Principles & Practices Organizational Communication Mass Communication Communication Theory Interpersonal Communication Advanced Technical Writing Skills Microsoft Office Suite Adobe Creative Suite (Audition/Photoshop) Website creation/updating Copywriting Working knowledge in a variety of social media platforms. Marketing Voiceover/Public Address Announcing Excellent in oral and written communication (press releases, write-ups) 10-key data entry 90 wpm typing Proficient in Sales/Customer Service Experience Sports & Marketing Director/On-Air Host Radio Free Kokomo (IU Kokomo Campus Radio) 2010-2012 ? Worked as host, producer, and creator of sports-themed radio programs. ? Developed marketing strategies utilizing social media to develop listener base. ? Assisted other on-air talent in learning soundboard and broadcast software. ? Interviewed the Voice of the Colts, Bob Lamey. ? Coordinated with IU Kokomo women’s volleyball coach and players for creation of “Cougar Chalk Talk” coach’s show. Satellite Sales Associate Moorehead Communications 2006-2008 ? Worked in call center for Moorehead’s Dish Network Satellite Division ? Responsible for answering calls and qualifying customers for service. ? Responsible for collecting payments, schedule installations, and follow up. ? Demonstrated ability to achieve successful upsells and meet quotas. Retail Sales Associate Pearle Vision Marion, IN 2005-06 ? General duties involved scheduling appointments, assisting customers, dispensing eyewear and making repairs and adjustments as necessary. ? Achieved a $20,000 in eyewear sales for the month of September, 2006 ? Consistently received praise from optometrist and management for enthusiasm and selling ability. Activities Indiana University Kokomo Student Alumni Association ? President 2009-11 ? Founder & Emcee of 2010 IU Kokomo Dance Relay (raised $1,200 for charity) ? Student Representative on IU Kokomo Alumni Association Board of Directors ? Student Representative on IU Alumni Association Executive Council ? Utilized social media to raise visibility and gain new members on campus. References Available Upon Request
Marion, Indiana, United States
Bill Huggins - Freelance Blog Writing & Content Writing
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Kudos
2.5
2 Skills
$30
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WILLIS S. HUGGINS, JR. (BILL) 508 Carn Street Walterboro, S. C. 29488 Home: (803-640-5707 Work: (843) 549-1709 EXPERIENCE AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Current Position: Zoning and Floodplain Administrator Colleton County Planning Department • Serve as zoning administrator for Colleton County o Interpret zoning ordinance o Work with developers to insure zoning compliance o Enforce ordinance requirements • Serve as Floodplain Administrator for Colleton County o Apply and enforce requirements of the County Flood Management Ordinance o Develop programs designed to maintain and upgrade the County’s program status with respect to the flood insurance rating system. • Assist Planning Director in review of planning and development issues and recommendations • Work with Developers and Citizens o Assist citizens and development community in navigating Planning and Zoning regulations. • Provide staff support for the Board of Zoning Appeals o Review and develop staff reports for Variance requests before the Board o Maintain Board records and update rules of procedure as necessary. Position: Field Services Manager Municipal Association of South Carolina March, 2008 – March 2010 • Provided technical assistance to towns and cities in South Carolina. o Assisted with zoning ordinance revisions o Made presentations to towns and cities concerning planning, budgeting and legal issues important to local government officials o Conducted training programs for BZA and Planning Commission members as needed. o Provided technical support in the revision and update of the Association’s training video and text for municipal Planning Commissioners, Board of Zoning Appeals members and Architectural Review boards. o Continually reviewed Bills introduced in the S. C. Legislature which would have some effect on local government planning and development and conferred with staff lobbyists. o Provided planning training services (certified by State Planning Advisory Committee) o Promoted the Association’s programs by establishing an ongoing communication link between the members and the Municipal Association. o Conveyed the needs and interests of MASC members to the appropriate league staff for follow-up. Position: Assistant City Manager City of Aiken October, 1997 to March 2008 • Assisted City Manager with daily operations and act on behalf of the City Manager in his absence. • Served as City Procurement Officer. • Assisted with Budget Review and Prepared Division Budget. • Conducted hiring process for Neighborhood and Development Services • Served on interview and review panels for positions and promotions within several City departments. • Supervised the City’s Neighborhood and Development Services Division and Building Inspections Services. • Worked with City Manager and staff to develop and implement a far reaching redevelopment plan for blighted neighborhoods. The City leveraged local funds with HOME, CDBG and other redevelopment sources to construct new homes and to renovate homes in low income areas. • Directed a special staff team composed of representatives from each City Department in providing support for neighborhood organizations and in addressing community needs at the grass roots level. • Provided staff support for Aiken’s non-profit community development organization. • Served as City’s project manager for planning and construction of a new terminal building for the Aiken Municipal Airport. • Directed Municipal Airport Activities. • Researched and developed reports and made recommendations concerning City policies and programs and identified community needs. • Organized and managed updates of the City’s Strategic Plan. • Prepared Annual Report and newsletters. Position: Planner III Department of Planning and Community Development City of Aiken October, 1994 – Oct., 1997 Duties included: • Provided assistance as needed to the director and act on director’s behalf in his absence. • Performed Development Plan Review. • Processed and researched annexation, rezoning, subdivision and site/landscape plan applications. • Assisted in preparation of the Comprehensive Plan. • Maintained a working relationship with transportation officials and advised the Director and City staff about transportation grant programs and other issues. Served as City staff for the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Augusta/Aiken region. • Researched and prepared draft ordinances, provided recommendations on possible amendments to the Director, and worked with subcommittees of the Planning Commission and ad hoc committees in drafting ordinances. • Temporarily assumed the role previously held by the Engineering Department of updating maps and preparing presentation maps. Have intermediate level working knowledge on AutoCAD and Arc View software. • Provided staff support as Annexation Coordinator for an ad hoc committee appointed by City Council to study possible incentives to encourage annexation of “doughnut hole” areas. Position: Regional Planner Lower Savannah Council of Governments September, 1993 – October 1994 • Assisted several counties with implementation of E 911 systems. • Facilitated public input in the transportation planning process in cooperation with the South Carolina Department of Transportation. Also, developed regional demographic data for inclusion in the Statewide Transportation Plan. • Prepared land use planning and zoning documents as needed. • Responded to inquiries from local governments and citizens about planning and zoning issues. Position: Director of Planning and Community Development City of Seneca April, 1991 – May 1993 Duties included: • Supervised staff of three in performing department functions. • Served as City Zoning Administrator. • Advised Mayor, Council and Planning Commission concerning ongoing development and planning issues. • Worked with Appalachian COG in preparation of an update of the City Zoning Ordinance. • Conducted public hearings and addressed community groups concerning planning issues. • Prepared annual department budgets. • Administered the City’s Community Development Block Grant program. • Served as a liaison between City officials and various citizen groups in efforts to develop downtown revitalization programs. Position: Assistant Planner & Associate Planner Greenville County Planning Commission August 1987 – April 1991 Greenville, S. C. Duties and accomplishments included: • Worked on revision of County Zoning Ordinance • Reviewed zoning change requests, staffed public hearings, worked closely with County Council and citizens on zoning and planning issues. • Performed site plan review. • Provided information to citizen, developers and public agencies concerning development trends and planned improvements. • Prepared and presented staff reports to the Greenville County Board of Zoning Appeals concerning conditional use requests and to the Planning Commission and Council concerning road and drainage easement abandonment requests. • Responded to citizen and developer questions concerning land use issues. Research Assistant, Strom Thurmond Institute Clemson University, PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATIONS/ TRAINING/ MEMBERSHIPS: AICP, American Association of Certified Planners CFM, Certified Floodplain Manager S. C. Economic Developer’s School (College of Charleston) Member of S. C. Chapter, American Planning Association Former ICMA/ SCCCMA member Former Member of Kiwanis Club in Aiken, S. C. EDUCATION Clemson University (Clemson, S. C.) M. A., City and Regional Planning, American Planning Association First Year Student Award, 1986 Membership in Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society, 1987 Architectural Student Award, 1987 Francis Marion College (Florence, S. C.) B.A., English, Dean’s List on a regular basis Teacher certification in Secondary English, Mullins High School graduate (Mullins, S.C.),
Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Robert Burns - Freelance Graphic Design & Digital Art
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$12
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I've been Drawing since I was 4 years old.. Pablo Picasso said "we are all born artists, the problem is remaining an artist when you grow up...." I keep up with my talents by reading Manga, watching Anime, and Cartoons, playing Video Games and relaxing with my kids. I really enjoy my work and that's half the battle.
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
Stephanie Wattigny - Freelance Comedy Writing & Screenwriting
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3.0
2 Skills
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STEPHANIE WATTIGNY 352-630-0157 stephaniewattigny@yahoo.com B.F.A – Theatre Arts from Stetson University Lighting Lighting Designer Master Class Second Stage Theatre Lighting Designer Stop Kiss Young Artists Theatre Master Electrician Measure for Measure Second Stage Theatre\ Stage Manager Production Stage Manager Master Class Second Stage Theatre Writing Show Runner/Head Writer Friday Night Live Second Stage Theatre Directing Friday Night Live Sketch Comedy Second Stage Theatre Family 2.0 One-Act Play Second Stage Theatre Dancing at Lughnasa Assistant Director Second Stage Theatre Education Leadership Workshop Krista Franco Stetson University Workshop Krista Franco Stetson University Advanced Directing Dr. Ken McCoy Stetson University Directing I Dr. Ken McCoy Stetson University Stage Lighting Krista Franco Stetson University Stagecraft William Elliot Stetson University Workshops Sketch Comedy Writing Kelly Rand Orlando Public Library
Deland, Florida, United States
Jordan Charles - Freelance Document Design & Nature Photography
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4.0
2 Skills
$10
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I am an amazing editor with loads of experience editing work of all types. I am a university student looking to make a few extra dollars. My English skills are top-notch and I won't let you down. I am also a great writer with a diverse range of skills. I am good at building social media following and I can get you exposure.
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Maria Hudson - Freelance Portuguese Translation & Spanish Translation
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4.5
2 Skills
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Objective To provide translation, proofreading and interpretation services from English/Portuguese and Portuguese/English in the field of Economics, International Development, Law, Finance and general. Experience 1980 to present. Freelance Translator & Interpreter. Translation experience totals over thirty years. Clients include Bank of Portugal, Portugal Department of Tourism, World Bank, University of British Columbia and British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). 2009 to present. Home and Hospital Teacher/Substitute Teacher with Calvert County Public Schools – Elementary, Middle and High Schools. Full-time in school year 2012-2013, part-time in previous school years. 2009 – 2011. Family Support Worker with Healthy Families, Calvert County Public Schools. Provided support services to at-risk families and teen mothers. Established a trusting relationship with families to provided prenatal health education, child development and nutrition. Assisted in gaining employment and reaching educational goals. 1987 – 1995. Assistant to the Economics Counselor, Embassy of Portugal, Washington D.C. --performed extensive translations from Portuguese to English and English to Portuguese on proceedings from European Union (EU) meetings and speeches. Assistant to the Ambassador--edited Ambassador’s correspondence, arranged interviews, organized EU meetings, edited and translated Ambassador’s speeches and presentations during Portugal’s year of EU secretariat. Commerce Representative--represented Embassy in EU meetings on commerce and liaison between Embassy and EU delegation, U.S. Department of Commerce and other agency executives. Summary of Other Experience Other work includes Technical translator for DAF Trucks in Lisbon. Freelance Translator of product catalogs, international development project reports, instruction manuals, mechanical engineering reports, and books and articles for publishers and universities. Freelance Interpreter for Bank of Portugal, Lisbon and Office of Tourism, Sintra, Portugal. Education College of Southern Maryland. A. A. General Studies / Enrolled at UMUC - English Northern Virginia Community College. Economics major, 33 semester hours, 1988 – 1990. University of Lisbon. Completed six of an eight semester Linguistics program, 1977 – 1982. American Language Institute, Lisbon. English, 1975 – 1979. Oxford School of Lisbon. French, six semester program, 1975 – 1979. Goethe Institute, Lisbon. German, six semester program, 1975 – 1979. Volunteer Work 1997 to present – Classroom, Athletic Booster and PTA/PTSA membership director with Calvert County Public Schools. 2002-2007 - President and Education Counselor in church-affiliated women’s society. Directed efforts to assist in strengthening families, educate women and provide charitable support.
Dowell, Maryland, United States