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Thoen & Associates Advertising Photography - Freelance Advertising Photography & Commercial Photography
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“We believe our success is measured by the degree to which we satisfy our clients and contribute to their success. Our goal is to insure that their investment pays off big time!” We love what we do, how we do it, and who we do it for!
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Dan Baker - Freelance Photo Editing & Commercial Photography
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Commercial Photographer for 25+ years. Working in all genres. Photoshop expert and Pre-press production artist for 20 years.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Daniel Men - Freelance Commercial Photography & Engineering
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Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

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Marika Pascucci Waller - Freelance Translation & Photo Editing
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Cayce, South Carolina, United States
Billy Govender - Freelance Article Writing & Public Relations
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I am a charismatic, vibrant, enthusiastic, dedicated, and hardworking individual. I will be comfortable working as an individual or in a group. I am flexible in this matter as I realise that circumstances in regards to the internal and external aspects of the organisation often change and the key to survival is to continually adapt, evolve, and adjust to ensure that the end goals of both the organisation and myself are met. Furthermore, I am a person keen on advancement up the corporate ladder. I feel that this organisation will allow me that opportunity. I am a firm believer in a multi-cultural organisation and its importance in the global market place. Hence, l am a firm believer in interacting with other people in an amicable manner with regardless of their race, religion, gender, or orientation. I am a person who is able to think locally whilst maintaining a global mind set as international affairs cannot be ignored in the present age and most likely far into the future.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Stephen Peterson - Freelance Writing & Research
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I have been a writer now for over 30 years. I am a professional counseling psychologist who utilizes a Christian approach to my counseling. I have written 30 books in the areas of Psychology, Anthropology and Christianity and more than 800 short stories primarily for the teens I have work with over the years. 26 of my books are published works with the latest two being "Doesn't Anybody Want Me?" (2010), "America's Finest" (2009) and winner of the Military Writers Award (2010) for excellence in creative non-fiction. As previously stated, I am a Christian and wish to write in this genre to help those who do not know Christ and those who are hurting. My specialities in psychology are: Adolescents, young adults, thanatology, human sexuality. Physical Anthropology as it pertains to racial differentiation and racial history.
Seminole, Oklahoma, United States
Ervia P Davis - Freelance Singing & Music Arrangement
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I have been in and around music all of my life and cannot imagine my life without it. I have been fortunate to have been heavily involved in music from my elementary school days up the present. I have been in various groups, choirs, have done background vocals in live performances as well as studio sessions. I had the honor of traveling to Rome after my freshman year in college with my Concert Choir and have also traveled to Asian, Honduras and Panama with a vocal group I was in at the time. I have also served as an assisting director at my church as well as Vocal Music Director for several high school productions such as A Chorus Line, West Side Story, Little Shop of Horrors and The Music Man, to name a few. On a community level, I have been in the cast of Black Nativity and Gospel at Colonus, and later served as Music Director for Black Nativity and Choir Director for Gospel at Colonus. I have been a vocal coach as well as assisting with vocal arranging when needed.
Denver, Colorado, United States
Bossa - Freelance Art & Manga Art
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A freelance artist with experience in commission work including original characters, fanart, portraits, tattoo designs, album covers, character design, and turnarounds. Currently doing art work for comics on the side and finding a lot of passion in that realm! I am quite adaptive and usually quite happy and confident to take on a new type of task, so feel free to inquire about any sort of art-related job and I'll get back to you asap on whether I consider myself fitting for the task. This is my soul field so you can be sure that I'll want to be doing my job well. I've also completed a fashion design and merchandising course which means I'll be able to help with tasks that require meticulous attention to garments. I will not be ranking my skills in each area as I think that's up to you - looking through my folio. I am confident in my work.
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Sendy Williams - Freelance Book Illustration & Graphic Design
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY I have had rigorous training and practice in illustration, studio painting, conservation and restoration. As well as 5 years experience in the field of graphic design particularly in the desktop publishing. The privilege of working in the Patriot News, the top leading news paper in central Pennsylvania, heightened my skills and abilities in the desktop publishing, customer advertising, print production and custom publication. My work have been appreciated and recognized for teamwork and flexibility to meet customer schedules. You will find that I have excellent interpersonal skills, highly and dynamic creativity, a precise detailed planner, illustrator, designer, that have the ability to work well in a team environment, the ability to multi- task with a “can do” attitude, and an eagerness to learn. My expertise lies both on technical and digital art, with proficient user of major computer page layout, image creation/editing, illustration, and word processing software on both Macintosh and PC platforms. My skills include: strong knowledge in Adobe Creative Suits 6 (particularly Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator). Adept in PageMaker, Multi-Ad Creator, Quark XPress, Publisher, Corel Draw, Dreamweaver, Flash. EDUCATION Marywood University • Scranton, Pennsylvania • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration HONORS AND AWARDS • Full tuition Gates Millennium Scholarship • Who's Who in the American Colleges & Universities • Illustrator for Graduation Program Book Cover PROFESSIONAL EXPERIECE • Design a radio poster ad for the Diocese of Harrisburg, PA • 02/2013 thru 03/2013 • Illustrate children's book page for Darlene Crouse (Author), Harrisburg, PA • 9/21012 thru 10/2012 • Enhance logo and photographic color correct images for Boy Scouts, Diocese of Harrisburg, PA • 01/ 2011 thru 06/2011 • Create logo for Youth Ministry office in the Diocese of Harrisburg, PA • 04/2010 The Patriot News • Harrisburg, PA 2007- 11/15/2007 to 02/03/2010 • Lay-out ads and modify error changes of advertisements using Multi-Ad Creator, Distiller & Expance program • Create/redesign graphic images and photographs using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator • Set obituary pages and enhance color correct photos to fit layout for the news paper Fry Communications Incorporated • Mechanicsburg, PA 2005-2007 • Design and build pages for weekly ads using Multi-Ad Creator and Photoshop • Revise changes to the design and layout The Guide News City/Suburban and Dillsburg Edition in Quark XPress • Perform Postscript and Distill upon completion Albert Michaels Conservation • Harrisburg, PA 2004-2005 • Stencil floor cloths for the Georgia Governor’s Mansion, and decorative walls East Wing of the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building • Paint ornamental plaster ceiling using faux technique in the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building • Conserve interior wood, marble surfaces, and ornamental plaster in the Capitol Building RELATED EXPERIENCE Intern, Marywood University Publication • Scranton, PA 2002-2003 • Create brochures and Impressions using Illustrator and Photoshop • Formulate illustrations of the Marywood buildings, archways and other sketches for the University using pen & ink and other medium • Paint oil on canvass of the Marywood Memorial Commons, as well as enhance color photographic images • Illustrate greeting cards using pen & ink for the Alumni Volunteer, Holy Trinity Catholic Church • Williamston, North Carolina 2003-2004 • Render an illustration of St. Bernadette Church in Butner NC using pen & ink • Create print design greeting cards, flyers, and brochures, as well as complex media such as signage for Holy Trinity Catholic Church • Mentor and supervise young adults within the parish community, as well as provide assistance for the Pastoral Administrator ?
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, United States
Jennifer Williams Herring - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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EDUCATION Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas Concentrations: Curriculum and Instruction; Educational Administration Dissertation: An Investigation into the current practices of formal and informal teacher technologists on the use of computers in the classroom in an urban academy school and a private academy M.Ed. Secondary Education University of North Texas, Denton Texas Concentrations: Secondary Education, Health Education B.S. Computer Science University of North Texas, Denton Texas Concentrations: Computer Science, Health Education Certifications Grades 6 – 12 Computer Information University of North Texas Grades 6 – 12 Health Education University of North Texas EC-12 Principal Administrator University of North Texas TEACHING EXPERIENCE Adjunct Professor University of North Texas, Denton, Texas Taught and graded undergraduate and graduate level courses: Elementary Education Science Methods; Curriculum Development for Diverse Secondary School Teachers; and Teaching Diverse Populations. Designed hands-on and group study skills, ordered coursework materials, participated in committees, faculty meetings, curriculum development, set and graded exams. Adjunct Professor Duplichain University, Lake Charles, LA Courses: Taught and graded online undergraduate and graduate level courses: History and Philosophy of Curriculum Theory; History and Philosophy of Education; Health and Safety; Foundations of Advance Educational Theory Assistant Professor University of Illinois at Springfield, IL Courses: Taught and graded online and face-to-face Technology for Teachers; History and Philosophy of Education; Exceptional Child for Teachers; Teaching Diverse Populations; Seminar on Strategies for Teaching Special Populations Field Experience Director University of Illinois at Springfield, IL Private High School Teacher Ursuline Academy of Dallas, Dallas, TX Taught Pascal Programming, Web Authoring, HTML programming, Java programming courses to high school students. Computer Science Department Chair. Results: Increased girls’ interest in Computer Science. Public Middle School Teacher Alex W. Spence Talented and Gifted Academy, Dallas, TX Taught 7th and 8th grade Computer Literacy course to middle school students. Electives Department Chair. Public Chapter I Teacher Dallas Juvenile Detention Center, Dallas, TX Taught Computer Literacy and Job Training classes to incarcerated juveniles. EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE Computer Programmer Analyst, City of Dallas, Data Services Department, Dallas, Texas Programmer for the City of Dallas Public Libraries computers Air Traffic Controller Trainee, Federal Aviation Administration, Dallas, Texas Dallas Flight Service Center, Dallas Love Field Weather Station, Redbird Control Tower. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Black Teachers in the Classroom Study - Black Teachers Study: Needed: black teachers who taught 1975 or before 1975. Please email me at jherring@duplichain.org or jennifer_herring@yahoo.com if you or you know of someone who taught public school in 1975 or before. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egIbwx7eBaI Mary McLeod Bethune Index of Reputable Web links - https://edocs.uis.edu/jherr3/www/mmbweblinks.html Case Study – Book Development on the role of the teacher technologist in classroom technology integration in multicultural schools. PRESENTATIONS Herring, J., Ogwal, M. and Garrett, V. (2010). Childhood obesity and its impact on learning in marginalized communities. Presented at the Illinois National Association for Multicultural Education /Health Nutrition and Clinic Seminars, Springfield, Illinois. Herring, J. (2010). Using rubrics to evaluate online projects and assignments. Presented at the New Century Learning Consortium -2010 Faculty Forum Series, Online Conference, University of Illinois at Springfield in Springfield, Illinois. Herring, J. (2009). Using the learning dialogue to discuss ‘How do we get beyond Sundown Towns and Brown v. the Board of Education (1954)? Presented at the 49th Annual Conference of the Association for General and Liberal Studies in St. Louis, Missouri. Herring, J. (2009). Teacher candidate assessment and the professional e-Portfolio. Presented at the Kappa Delta Pi Convo 2009 in Orlando, Florida. Herring, J. (2009). Digital Storytelling: Using PowerPoint to Sustain Photos, Voice and Text. Presented at the University of Illinois at Springfield Technology Day 2009 Conference in Springfield, Illinois. Herring, J. (2008). Parental School choice for poor students in grades k-12. Paper presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education in New Orleans, Louisiana. Herring, J. (2008). Book review on ‘Sundown Towns’ by James Loewen: the implications for pernicious segregation of public K-12 schools by skin color and socio-economic status. Paper presented at the Association for Integrative Studies 30th Annual Conference in Springfield, Illinois. Herring, J. (2008). The after-school girl scouting model for girls from marginalized communities. Presented at the National Youth At-Risk Conference in Savannah, Georgia. Herring, J. (2007). The power of economics and parental school choice for poor students in grades K-12. Paper presented at the 16th Oxford Roundtable on Public v. Religious Schooling in Oxford, England. Herring, J. (2006). Ten teacher technologists’ stories. Summer 2006 China Faculty Exchange. Presented at MuDanjiang Teachers College, MuDanjiang, PRC, China. Herring J. (2006). Building a resume webpage using HTML. Workshop. Summer 2006 China Faculty Exchange. Presented at Heilongjiang University, Harbin, PRC, China. Herring, J. (2006). Ten teacher technologists’ stories. Summer 2006 China Faculty Exchange. Presented at Heilongjiang University, Harbin, PRC, China. Herring, J. (2006). Multiple intelligences and African American children. Summer 2006 China Faculty Exchange. Presented at Heilongjiang University, Harbin, PRC, China. Herring, J. (2006). Building a Jackdaw resource box. Summer 2006 China Faculty Exchange. Presented at Heilongjiang University, Harbin, PRC, China. Herring, J. (2006). Made in China. Summer 2006 China Faculty Exchange. Presented at Heilongjiang University, Harbin, PRC, China. Herring, J. (2006). An investigation into the current practices of effective teacher technologists on the use of computers in the classroom in an urban academy school and a private academy school. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii. Herring, J. (2005). The dynamics of using blackboard’s discussion in an eight-week seminar course. Presented at the University of Illinois at Springfield Technology Day 2005 Conference, Springfield, Illinois. Panel Discussant (2005). Balancing faculty roles and responsibilities. Presented at the University of Illinois at Springfield New Faculty Orientation, Springfield, Illinois. Panel Discussant (2005). One thing I want to know about being a teacher. Presented at the University of Illinois at Springfield Midstate Student Support for Teaching Orientation Program. Springfield, Illinois. Herring, J. (2005). African American teenage unemployment in Illinois Report. Presented at the Springfield Urban League Study Group on African American Achievement and Student Success in Springfield, Illinois. Contreras, G., Wilhelm, R. & Herring, J. (2004). A conversation on the nature of resistance to multicultural education. Presented at the Annual American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Portland, Oregon. Herring, J. (2003). Addressing racism and diversity using web technology. Presented at the Texas National Association for Multicultural Education, Dallas, Texas. Herring, J. (2002). Addressing racism and diversity using web technology. Presented at the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, San Antonio, Texas. Herring, J. (2002). Multiple regression methodology in the Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk: effect sizes and structure coefficients. Presented at the Southwest Educational Research Association Conference, Austin, Texas. PUBLICATIONS Herring, J. (2011). Book Editor: Chicago’s Viet Nam (Author: Doug Lyes). Publisher: MMBA Press – www.lulu.com . Herring, J. (2010). Book Chapter: Strategies to Enhance the Curriculum in Charter Schools. Charter Schools: Answering the Call; Saving Our Children. Editors: Esmail, Asraf & Duhon-Ross, Alice. Publisher: University Press of America. Herring, J. (2010). Using technology to teach about African American women teachers and other roles they held during the Civil War. Black History Bulletin, Fall 2010 (Vol. 73, No. 2) Herring, J. (2009). Equal education opportunities and the school choice disparity for poor students in grades K-12. Illinois Committee on Black Concerns in Higher Education (ICBCHE) Journal, 2009 (Vol. 25, No. 1). Herring, J. Seif, H., Weichart, & Wood, S. (2008). Continuing Diversity: a column of periodical reviews. Multicultural Review, Fall 2008 (Vol. 17, No. 3) Herring, J. (2007). Seven best practices of ten effective teacher technologists. Conference Proceedings. Texas Computer Association Research Symposium, Austin Texas. Vol. 1; Destech Publications. Herring, J. (2007). A black professor’s narrative: the good, bad and ugly of higher education. Thresholds in Education, Winter 2007 (Vol. XXXIII, No. 4). Herring, J. (2006). Preacher’s Daughter: Preacher’s Kids, Church Kids: the phenomenon of growing up crazy in the Apostolic Pentecostal Church. Published at www.lulu.com.
Richardson, Texas, United States