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Walt Curlee - Freelance Digital Art & Product Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
$40
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I have been a freelance illustrator for 25 years and have worked for a who's who of corporate America including Berol Pencils, Blockbuster Videos, Cirrus Logic, Clark American, Coors, Diamond Shamrock, Duracell, Frito-Lay, GameTek, H. E. B. Brand Grocery Co., Kellogg, Lucasarts, Mattel, MCI, Procter & Gamble, Orkin, Sega Genesis, and Thermos/Warner Brothers.
Columbus, Georgia, United States

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Brian P. Topovski - Freelance Graphic Design & Advertising Management
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4.0
2 Skills
$22
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Brian P. Topovski 2160 E. West Salem Road Creston, OH 44217 330-465-8746 BrianTopovski@excite.com Education: Northwestern High School West Salem, Ohio, Graduated, Major in Art and English Art Institute of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Graduated, Major in Graphic Design and Photography Career Experience: Freelance Designer Freelance has covered a vast variety of opportunities such as logo design, outdoor advertising, photo shoots and corporate identities. Professional Experience: I was the lead Graphic Designer for a local print shop for 18 years. I mainly use Mac computers for all design jobs but also have experience on the PC platform as well. QuarkExpress, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and digital photography are all well known to me. Portfolio and References available upon request.
Creston, Ohio, United States
Dillon Kellar - Freelance Article Writing & Children's Book Writing
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I have worked for various gaming groups and a blogging website for writing I can write on a wide variety of subjects. I have a sample of my work right here. Chapter one-scene one-cutscene Game opens to a scene of a starry night sky Scene lasts for five seconds then goes black We hear a little mumbling that appears to be around five feet away “He’s dying” “If he had been here a few hours earlier, he’d be alright…” “Should we just give it to him?” “Why should we? It will only make him die a little slower, and there are others who still have a chance.” Sky is shown again, character screams for two seconds then stops. Camera zooms out and shows a man lying on a field of dead grass with scars, cuts, bruises, spots, and blood all over his skin, wearing a whitewater suit that has been torn on the upper right arm, lower left leg, where there is a fair amount of blood, and a large gaping hole in his calf. His skin is shriveled up. After fifteen seconds of the camera panning around the character, he suddenly starts convulsing, three seconds later the screen goes black again. Chapter one-scene two-cutscene/play Character from previous scene is shown, but with none of the cuts, bruises, spots or blood, also he is wearing blue jeans and a red plaid button-up shirt rather than the mercenary outfit, he has black boots on his feet. Character has dark brown, shoulder length hair and dark sunglasses. He is average height and weight. He has a ten gallon hat upon his head and is sitting in a rusty truck, it has a broken bumper and smashed headlights. There is a man who is clearly not happy about being in such a truck, wearing a black business suit. Your character is in the driver's seat, the other man is in the passenger seat. "You'll love this job, it's so exciting and the pay is excellent." "How could I enjoy being a mur-" the engine starts and your character's voice is cut off [you are now interacting with the character, you drive the vehicle forward, the area around you is desert, there is nothing visible behind you other than a small cluster of small, white buildings, you can not move backwards. 500m ahead, you reach a black, 4 story building, with no decorations in the front, and no windows. It has a single white door with a red W on the front. When you are within 15 ft of the building, goes back to cutscene] Your character waits for the other man to get out of the truck, then follows him. The man takes a key from his pocket, puts it in the doorknob's keyhole, and pushes the door open. Inside, there is a large lobby with several benches, and at the far side is a desk with a woman behind it. The two characters walk towards the woman and as you get closer, you can see she has blonde hair set in a pony tail, green oval shaped eyes, is very thin, and has gold earrings in the shape of a valentine. She is wearing a black suit with chains hanging from the shoulder to the waist, shoulder to the mid-chest, and over her heart there is a red circle with a white W inside. When your character is closer to her, just a foot from the desk, she looks up from her papers and says in a smooth voice "Hello Jacob, I suppose this is the recruit you called about? John is waiting for you." Jacob, the man who has been next to you since the beginning of the scene, replies "Thank you Ashley, could you please get him fitted for a uniform while I go see John?" ashley "Of course, sir. Come with me, umm... what did you say your name was?" [type in character's name] "Oh right, well come on fatty, let's get you some clothes." ashley winks [screen goes black for 5 seconds] Chapter one-scene three-introduction video Character's figure is shown from 3rd person view sitting in a comfortable black chair in front of a projector screen in a dark room. Room suddenly light up for a moment and you can see your character wearing the same uniform as Ashley, then a close up of the projection screen is shown. A video is shown of soldiers wearing the same uniform as your character. They are running across valleys, doing jumping-jacks in fields of several other soldiers, piloting helicopters, jumping out of planes, etc. and in each video they are fighting various enemies with shotguns, smgs, etc. while video is playing, a man's deep voice is narrating. "Welcome new recruit to Whiterain. You have surely been told what we do but are likely looking for a detailed explanation of your new job. Well this video will tell you the four different groups we train and what each group does. First we have the pilots, these are...well, the pilots. They fly the helicopters for the soldiers to ride in while they're on the way to dangerous missions. Next we have the foot-soldiers, they fight the enemy head on and are responsible for learning hand to hand combat, how to use various knives, pistols, and submachine guns. Then we have the assassins. The assassins go for the higher targets and are responsible for learning to use their sniper rifles, how to disassemble, smuggle, and reassemble their weapons, and of course, handguns. Last but not least we have our spies, they are given the most high technology weaponry available, including high temperature laser-lights, disguise kits, handguns, and heat sensing goggles. You will now tell your officer which group you would like to be in." [ Camera goes back to 3rd person view of your character. Jacob enters the room through a door at the back and walks to your character. He hands you a piece of paper. You now choose which group you would like to join] That was something I wrote for a game but the person who hired me sold his company so this no longer needs to be finished, and now belongs to me. I have some references Matt Dirks mattrdirks@gmail.com Archie Preston thekingofmods@hotmail.com
Conroe, Texas, United States
Short Fuse Media Group, LLC. - Freelance Comic Art & Graphic Novel Art
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5.0
2 Skills
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http://www.shortfusemediagroup.com/ Facebook.com/shortfusemedia Twitter: @shortfusemedia shortfusemediagroup@gmail.com Indie Publishing Company. We also specialize in the creation of custom comics, action figures, animation, video games and other related pop culture merchandise for any occasion (personal or commercial use). We can even help with quality short run printing.
Southfield, Michigan, United States
Paula Melvin - Freelance Technical Writing & Project Management
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4.5
2 Skills
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Experienced in editorial management, documentation management and control, quality assurance, writing, editing, proposal writing and editing, layout and design; expertise in editorial style guides, templates, and formatting. Ensured System/System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and Government compliance. Established SharePoint administration and management. Editorial management using documented repeatable processes and procedures. MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Visio, Project. Active Secret Clearance. Experience Technical Writer/Editor | ESS | Frederick, MD | 07/2011 – 11/2011 On-site Writer/Editor on US Army Medical Devices Projects at Ft. Detrick, MD: · Wrote, edited, and reviewed Information Documents and Technology Transfer Agreements. · Created Standard Operating Procedures template. · Reviewed MS PowerPoint Presentations for consistency in format and spelling. · Reserved conference rooms and sent out meeting invitations via MS Outlook. · Delivered monthly reports of work accomplished. Senior Technical Editor | QualX | Vienna, VA | 11/2010 – 4/2011 On-site Sr. Editor for US Navy Joint Task Force National Capital Region Medical Program (JTF CapMed) at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD: · Reviewed and responsible for quality assurance of three Jr. Editors’ issuances (policy documents). · Translated DOD issuances into JTF CapMed issuances. · Ensured established formatting and document standards of issuances. · Interacted with authors of JTF CapMed issuances. · Collaborated with team members to ensure accuracy, clarity, coherence, and consistency. · Performed as a team leader, member, and independently, with only general directions and minimal guidance, and with changing deadlines and priorities. · Established internal workflow with team members. · QA’d “yellow folder” deliveries. · Delivered weekly reports of work accomplished. Technical Writer/Editor | CACI | Ashburn, VA | 04/2009 – 06/2010 Off-site Technical Writer/Editor for US Army National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) Harmony DOMEX Program: · Wrote, copyedited, formatted, and QA’d technical documents to conform to documentation standards for client delivery. · Interacted with project personnel to produce functional/system requirements, release notes, user manuals, to meet the Army’s business requirements. · Collaborated with team members to ensure accuracy, clarity, coherence, and consistency. · Worked on complex projects as a team member and independently, with only general directions and minimal guidance, and with changing deadlines and priorities. · Uploaded documents into SharePoint. Technical Writer/Editor | Computer Merchant | Falls Church, VA | 10/2008 – 1/2009 On-site contract Sr. Technical Writer/Editor for CSC/General Dynamics IT security audit project (based on NIST documentation): · Wrote, copyedited, formatted, and reviewed technical documents to meet project styles and editorial standards for client delivery. · Wrote and edited processes for IT infrastructure security controls to meet client’s business needs. · Collaborated with authors to ensure accuracy, clarity, coherence, and consistency. · Identified insufficient, unnecessary, or conflicting details in written or verbalized processes. · Uploaded documents into Lotus Notes 7. Technical Writer/Editor | RCM Technologies | Rockville, MD | 11/2007 – 8/2008 On-site contract Sr. Technical Writer/Editor for MedImmune, Inc.: · Worked on highly complex assignments. Planned, wrote, edited, rewrote, and/or formatted technical and non- technical materials for accuracy, clarity, coherence, and consistency, and adhering to accepted standards of editorial practice. · Rewrote material and worked with originator(s) to affect necessary correction(s) and modifications. Subject to tight and/or changing publication deadlines. · Worked on simultaneous complex projects both as a team member and independently, with only general directions and minimal guidance, and with changing deadlines and priorities. · Developed accurate work effort estimates and timelines for completing documentation tasks; completed assignments on schedule; provided management with status of activities and projects. · Uploaded documents into SharePoint and managed status values in SharePoint. Project Manager | Unisys, Federal Systems, TSA Bridge | Reston, VA | 1/2006 – 11/2007 Promoted from Technical Writer 1 to Project Manager 4 Documentation Program Manager/Sr. Technical Editor on Transportation Security (TSA) Administration Bridge Program (Program Management Office: · Analyzed client’s business needs and implemented templates, style guides, and process documents to meet those needs. · Integrated Technical Services Directorate (TSD) SharePoint Engineering and Operations sites; analyzed business needs to design initial site layout and progressive designs. · SharePoint Administrator and Document Manager for TSD per Configuration Management requirements. Sr. Technical Editor (TSD Engineering): · Edited and delivered 182+ deliverables to Government (TSA and Department of Homeland Security). · Maintained documentation control procedures to meet Government business needs. · Ensured top-quality, C&A/SDLC-compliant documents delivered to clients through Unisys Contracts office. · Wrote, copyedited, formatted, and QA’d technical documents to conform to documentation, program/project styles, and editorial standards for Government delivery. · Maintained program-wide SDLC templates and standards/style guides. · Interacted with project personnel on a daily basis to produce project reports, project plans, user manuals, interface, tool, process, CMMI, design, security plans and C&A risk assessments, as-built, installation, and test documents to meet client’s business requirements. · As proposal team member, wrote/edited sections for 3 separate bids for DHS/TSA program management contract. · As proposal team member, wrote/edited sections for TSA task order response. · Uploaded documents into SharePoint. Lead Technical Editor | Unisys, Federal Government Group, ITMS | Reston, VA | 9/2002 – 3/2006 Lead program Technical Editor on Unisys/TSA/DHS ITMS Program (Program Management Office:) Maintained documentation control procedures. · Ensured top-quality, C&A/SDLC-compliant documents delivered to TSA/DHS clients through Unisys Contracts office. · Wrote, copyedited, formatted, and QA’d technical documents to conform to documentation and program/project styles and editorial standards for Government delivery. · Created and developed program-wide SDLC templates and standards/style guides. · Interacted with project personnel on a daily basis to produce project reports, project plans, user manuals, interface, tool, process, CMMI, design, security plans, C&A risk assessments, and installation documents. · Uploaded documents into SharePoint. Lead Technical Writer/Editor | Unisys, Federal Government Group, INS/RMS | Reston, VA | 9/2001 – 9/2002 Lead Technical Writer/Editor for Unisys-Siebel US Immigration & Naturalization Service (INS) and Range Management System (RMS-Air Force) projects: · Defined documentation processes and procedures. · Lead/coordinated testing, wrote test cases, and conducted system tests on RMS project. · Interacted with project personnel on a daily basis to produce project reports, project plans, user manuals, interface, tool, process, and installation documents. · As proposal team member in corporate federal business management office, wrote/edited sections for various task order responses. Technical Documentation Specialist | NIC Commerce | Reston, VA | 12/2000 – 6/2001 As QA team member, lead Technical Writer/Editor for all test documentation: · Wrote, edited, and formatted business process and technical documents and deliverables to conform to company styles, standards, and business requirements. · Created, defined, and refined company templates, styles, standards, and procedures. · Interacted with other department personnel on a daily basis to develop user manuals, tool, design, specifications, interface, requirements, process, installation and operational, system overview documents and architectural diagrams, for internal and external use. · Managed office files and documentation configuration management/coordination. Technical Writer/Editor | Applied Data Systems | Vienna, VA | 3/2000 – 12/2000 On-site contract lead Technical Writer/Editor for Hoovers.com website: · Wrote, formatted, and edited technical documents: User manuals, site utilities and tools, design, interface requirements, process documents, system overview, and system architectural diagrams. · Managed office files and documentation configuration management/coordination. · Created and refined document templates, styles, and procedures. Technical Writer/Editor | Netplex | Reston, VA | 11/1999 – 3/2000 On-site contract Technical Writer/Editor for Unisys Corp. on U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Utilities Service full life-cycle software development projects: · Wrote, formatted, and edited technical documents: User manuals, detailed design documents, business and processing requirements documents, installation and operational documents, development standards document. Education M.S., University of Missouri — Journalism, News Editorial, Science Writing, Broadcast. B.J., University of Missouri — Journalism, News Editorial, Science Writing.
Charles Town, West Virginia, United States
Eric Melton - Freelance Digital Art & Video Editing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Eric Melton is a native of Kannapolis NC and has been drawing Caricatures since High School. Eric's first paid Caricature job was a summer job his graduation year 1993 at Carowinds in Charlotte, NC. In 1994 he again worked doing Caricatures as a summer job at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. After those 2 seasons working for Kaman's Art Shoppes ,with the help of his cousins he went into business for himself opening a concession in Myrtle Beach SC at Family Kingdom Amusement park. Eric remained there for 10 years drawing during the summer and working different jobs in the winter months to make ends meet including a janitorial position at Ripley's Aquarium in 1999 where he became fascinated with and got certified to be a SCUBA diver. In 2006 he moved back to Kannapolis, NC and has since grown the business into a full time profession building and adding an illustration portfolio as well as video production to his skill set.
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Karen Brownlie - Freelance Bookkeeping & Accounting
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3.0
2 Skills
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KAREN BROWNLIE OBJECTIVE: A responsible position with a well-respected organization to which my training and experience may be of mutual benefit. QUALIFICATIONS Excellent organizational skills with a multitasking personality, and the cognitive ability necessary for effective problem resolution and leadership. EDUCATION 1985-1988 Associate in Applied Science - Erie Community College, Williamsville, NY EMPLOYMENT 2005-Present Self-Employed Scopist/Transcriptionist/Proofreader • Criminal Court, Civil, and Medical/Technical Testimony • Edit various court proceedings and hearings for context, punctuation, spelling, and format with or without audio on specialized CAT software. 1999-2005 Office Manager/Accounting Manager Camair Corporation - Lancaster, NY • Financial Statement Preparation and Analysis • G/L, Month-End and Year-End Journal Entries, Reconciliation, and Closing • A/R, A/P, Purchasing, Inventory Additional Professional Activity • Maintain All Personal Finances for the President of Camair Corp. 1999-2005 Accounting Department Airtek/Rayco Enterprises - Lancaster, NY • A/ P, Backup for Accounts Receivable • Assist with Yearly Audit Preparation 1990-1999 Accounting Department A.C.T. Associates & Infinitex Corp. - Clarence, NY • G/ L, Month-End Journal Entries, Reconciliation, and Closing • A/R, A/P, Bank Reconciliation • Maintain Salesman Commission Reports, Inventory 1989-1990 Credit Manager Colecraft Mfg. - Lancaster, NY • A/R, Collections VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE 2003-2006 Non-Profit - Genesee Amateur Hockey Association - Batavia, NY • Treasurer and Board Member COMPUTER SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE • Great Plains Accounting and Manufacturing Software • Peachtree Accounting Software • Quicken and QuickBooks Pro Accounting Software • Microsoft Office Excel, Word • Cheetah TurboCAT and Advantage Software (Total Eclipse)
Spencerport, New York, United States
Maggie H Taylor - Freelance Voiceovers & Television Ad Sales
0
Kudos
2.5
2 Skills
$25
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I am a voice actor with three years of experience, whose voice can be heard from coast to coast; New York to North Carolina, Seattle to San Diego. I have done voice overs for GPS systems, self-guided tours with the National Park Service, commercials, pod casts and student projects. With a voice that is capable of sounding twenty something to sixty something, I have a wide age range that will satisfy most female voice needs. Experience: Video Expedition http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_N2xgUxAgo&list= Goivanni Films http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imtGPOAJgyE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jAkQLjcskM Reflect Films http://www.youtube.com/user/MaggieHTaylor?feature=mhee Brooks Institute Final Project by Brandon Wilson & Mia Bolton http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsQEaQ5d0yg More samples at http://audioboo.fm/MaggieHTaylor
Camarillo, California, United States
Loretta Davis - Freelance Sales & Social Marketing
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4.5
2 Skills
$14
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LORETTA V. DAVIS 103 W. Philadelphia Ave. (484)948-9195 Boyertown, PA 19512 lvd5101@gmail.com EDUCATION Pennsylvania State University August 2010-May 2013 B.S. Business Management/Marketing Cumulative GPA: 3.55 Reading Area Community College August 2008-May 2010 Business Management Transfer Program PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Bills Khakis, Reading, PA July 2013- Present Customer Service Specialist • Work closely with merchandising, quality, finance, and shipping departments to meet customers’ needs • Provide excellent customer service and sales experience via telephone • Keep up with current trends in the market to enhance customer experience & form repeat customers Zale Corp, Pottstown, PA December 2011-Juy 2013 Mall Manager in Training (Store Manager), Piercing Pagoda • Manage a 4-5 person team with minimal supervision • Hiring and training of employees • Deliver excellent customer service and sales experience • Process and control Inventory • Merchandise store to corporate standards • Drive sales to meet both store and individual goals Zale Corp, Pottstown, PA October 2010- December 2011 Assistant Store Manager, Piercing Pagoda • Assisted store manager in running a staff of 4-5 people • Met and exceeded expected sales goals • Managed and controlled inventory Zale Corp, Pottstown, PA October 2007- October 2010 Jewelry Sales Consultant, Zales Jewelers • Formed and maintained relationships with clients • Assisted in managing a vast inventory of luxury items • Gained and utilized knowledge of diamonds, gemstones and precious metals Aeropostale, Pottstown, PA March 2006-February 2007 Sales Associate
Birdsboro, Pennsylvania, United States
Amanda Briglio - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Graphic Design
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3.0
2 Skills
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education michigan state university bachelor of science apparel & textile design skills • adobe photoshop, illustrator, indesign proficiency • advanced techniques in pattern making, draping, sewing • • microsoft office proficient • knitting machine, weaving loom experience • • stylized hand sketching and rendering, specializing in marker, water color, colored pencil • mac/pc proficient • • basic crochet, hand knitting abilities • u4ia proficiency • well versed in fashion history • • theatre costuming experience • strong social media skills, focusing on facebook, twitter, and blogging • • knowledgable in sustainable design practices • collegiate experience student apparel design association - board member 2005 - 2009, president april 2008 - april 2009 conducted weekly board and general membership meetings & acting as student/staff liaison organized all aspects of production of annual runway show featuring 30+ designers and 800+ guests student apparel design association - annual fashion show; designer 2005 - 2009 created collections based around predetermined themes of at least 4 looks from concept to runway presentation for audiences of 500+ industry experience • pencey • design intern • march 2011 - present created original graphics, textile designs, and reworked existing graphics to be used in spring 2012 line • added hand sewn details to a variety of showroom samples traced patterns to send to factories, ensuring all markings were properly transferred • hand sketched flats for holiday 2011 line sheets • assisted designer with holiday 2011 lookbook photoshoot • helped showroom staff with input of purchase orders, client prospects, and basic filing aided warehouse staff in preparing garments to be shipped to store • betsey johnson • design/production intern • january 2011 - march 2011 • assisted design team with preparation for Fall 2011 collection presentation at mb fashion week; debuting black label and pink patch lines through sourcing, tailoring, and pre-show organization. • provided support to the import production staff through creating and maintaining various excel spreadsheets as needed, checking in import samples, prepping and mailing hang tags, price tickets, and other items to overseas factories. • aided sourcing staff through locating variety of trims and fabrics in the garment district, and keeping trim closet organized • responsible for assisting in the creation and placement of 1000+ gift bags for the Fall 2011 collection presentation at mb fashion week. • assisted Betsey Johnson with organizing, maintaining smooth flow during editing of the ‘pink patch’ line pre-show
United States