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David Mitzel - Freelance CAD & Drafting
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13 years Computer Aided Design and Drafting experience utilizing AutoCAD, Solid Works, and Inventor to create 3D solid parts, assemblies, and generate detailed drawings of automatic or manually controlled plumbing systems for high purity gases and chemical processes, formed and welded sheet metal and plastic enclosures, support brackets, CNC machined parts, structural steel support weldments,...
Corvallis, Oregon, United States
Cory Livingston - Freelance Drafting & CAD
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Corvallis, Oregon, United States

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Karen Kovach - Freelance Creative Writing & Art
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There are words inside my head; I can feel them rattling around in there. They are trying to get in order and leak out of my brain through my fingertips to the keyboard. They want to splash across the page. Sometimes, if I stare at the blank page long enough, words just seem to materialize, and all I have to do is trace their outline with my pen. Like Vladimir Nebakov said once “the pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.” It’s true, sometimes it’s like that. But sometimes, the blank page just stares back at me. Like right now. My cursor is blinking at me, screaming for me to start to type, to DO something. In these instances I follow William Wordsworth’s advice: “fill your paper with the breathings of your heart,” and begin… I remember the first time I decided, firmly decided, that I wanted to write. I soaked up e.e cummings’ advice like a sponge. I wanted to do things with language that were new, exciting, and fresh. I still, on his authority, invent words that have never before seen the light of day, and likely never will. I read Natalie Goldburg, who explained the necessity of practicing your craft, of making it a daily ritual. She waxed poetic for a whole book about getting in touch with words, she explained that writing, like any activity you wish to do well, was something you must do often, whether you felt like it or not, that eventually it would pay off and become easier. With this in mind, I tried so very hard to write every day. I was desperately hoping that one day my pen would glide like hers did. It didn’t. My first assumption was that I might be doing something wrong, that I would never be writer. I was very angry. I didn’t understand what was going on. For the first time I was uncomfortable in my own skin. I dropped writing like an abusive boyfriend. I railed against Natalie, I hated her, hated her process, hated her ideas. I was convinced that there were other ways I could express myself, that writing wasn’t for me, that I had tried and failed so it was time to move along. I went back to a medium I was comfortable with. That I had grown with. I have always been more comfortable with the term artist. I have worked in many different media and done many bizarre things in pursuit of creative expression. Every now and again, I roll in paint, and then roll on the canvas. I smear paint with my fingers, I like to touch it and be a part of it. I don’t think when I paint. I don’t worry about what lines go where, what colours go with what. I just go. I trust my heart and my instincts to make the right choices. I sink into the darkness of myself and feel connected with my own mind. It’s not rational, it just is. I smear and slash at the canvas, I make love to it, and I weep over it. All the emotions in the human spectrum ooze out of me. It is a way of connecting with myself. It is my belief that no one chooses to be a writer. The words choose them. The inspiration chooses them. It strikes like wildfire and moves people to create beyond themselves. What led me to writing? I suppose I have always known. But, being stubborn, I attempted to ignore the burning corners of my mind, until one day, I was consumed. At my easel, words began to peek at me through the mist of a painted landscape, or in the shadow of an areola on a ****. Following my intuition, I traced those words, melded poet with paint. I became… more. I finally understood what Natalie Goldberg had been saying all along. It wasn’t about practice, it wasn’t about writing until your hand cramped. It was a process. It was about getting to know yourself, about finding your voice and being unafraid to use it. For her, these lessons came by writing every day, for me they came by making out with canvas and pigment on a regular basis. So what is my process? How do I write? Well those in and of themselves are perhaps some of the most loaded of loaded questions that I have ever really had to ponder. It begins with the impulse to write. I don’t mean the act of sitting at a computer and typing, or picking up a pen and writing, rather with the concept of it; the moment I put myself on a path that I had previously abandoned. For me, writing has become what painting and drawing have always been, but somehow more; it is an obsession, a way of explicating the abstractions that define the human experience. Beyond connecting with myself, it is my way of connecting with the world around me. The act of writing, of feeling moved to create something, is immense. It is important. It has become a natural function of my own being; a secret knowledge that I have stored within myself that moves me to do things in ways that no one else can. It is a journey, one that encompasses not only personal growth, but also one that fosters a community of culture and expression. My art, my craft, and my writing are my own. I do it for me, and yet I do it for others as well; to be able to share with the world the texture of my own mind. This is a tricky thing. It requires patience, bravery, and honesty. But most of all it requires a journey. I seek not to establish my limits, but to push past them. What is my process? How do I write? Sometimes the most complex of questions have the simplest and most evocative of answers: Just put one word after another, and never forget to breathe.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Jane Davenport - Freelance Architectural Illustration & Interior Design
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Jane Edwards Davenport RESUME EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 1985-Present Davenport Interiors/Davenport Designs; owner, designer 2402 LaVista Road, NE Atlanta, Georgia 30329 Event Planning and Design / Interior Design / Landscape Design 2006-PRESENT Westwood College 1100 Spring St., NW Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Program Chair / Lead Faculty; Interior Design & Computer Aided Architectural Design Undergraduate Courses: Art History, History of Design to 1830, History Of Design 1830-present, Residential Design Development, Architectural Drafting, Residential Interiors, Commercial Interiors, Space Planning, Interior Construction & Detailing, Interior Finishes, Professional Practice and Portfolio, Residential Studio, Commercial studio, Internship 1994-Present TUTOR CAD-Computer Aided Design, History of Design & Architecture, Interior Materials, Various Interior Design courses Fall 2005-Spring 2006 Emory University Atlanta, Georgia Part time Instructor: Interior Design courses-Principles of Interior Design, Kitchen Design September 1997- 2006 The Art Institute of Atlanta 100 Embassy Row 6600 Peachtree-Dunwoody Rd., NE Atlanta, Georgia 30328-1649 Adjunct Instructor: Undergraduate Courses: History of Design to 1830, History Of Design 1830-present, History of Architecture I, History of 19th & 20th Century Architecture, Residential Design Development, Architectural Drafting, Computer aided Architectural Design, Interior Materials, Also Taught Courses in the Residential Interiors Certificate Program and taught in the high school summer week ‘Smart Fun’ programs August 1998-May 2000 Georgia State University School of Art and Design University Plaza Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Part-time Instructor - Graduate and Undergraduate classes: Program - Interior Design Interior Design – Computer Aided Design I & II, Interior Materials, Textiles, Professional Practice, Internship, Portfolio I & II Developed the first Computer Aided Design curriculum at Georgia State University, hardware to software. Sole CAD instructor for two years. March 1992—Dec. 2005 Gabriel’s Garden, owner, designer Atlanta, Georgia Small Antique & Landscape Ornament business 1990-1994 Bauder College 3500 Peachtree Road Atlanta, Georgia 30326 FACULTY - Interior Design Instructor Associate of Arts Courses: History of Design and Furniture, Computer Aided Architectural Design, Construction/Technical Systems, Lighting, and Materials and Methods January 1985-March 1992 Past and Presents, owner Marietta, Georgia Small Antique Business EDUCATION Master of Fine Arts Studio Art, Concentration, Interior Design Georgia State University School of Art and Design University Plaza Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Graduation Date; August 1998 Thesis: Thirty Years of Interiors at Georgia State University Thesis Director: Tim J. Bookout Bachelor of Fine Arts Studio Art, Concentration, Interior Design Georgia State University School of Art and Design University Plaza Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Graduation Date: Spring 1989 Major Professors: Tim J. Bookout Jeff Ashworth First Graduate Lab Assistantship in the Interior Design Program-established the programs Computer Aided Design Program Extra Curricular Activities; Mu Rho Sigma Sorority CONTINUING EDUCATION North Metro Technical College 5198 Ross Road Acworth, Georgia 30301 Introduction to CAD (Computer Aided Design) Summer 1991 NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) Exam Preparatory Class Sponsored by IBD (Institute of Business Designers) ADAC (Atlanta Decorative Arts Center) Summer 1994 Design CEU courses through various design organizations Vendor presentations, Atlanta Decorative Arts Center AWARDS Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers-- 2004 and 2005 Westwood College-Faculty Community Service Award, 2008, 2010 Westwood College Admissions Appreciation Award, 2009, 2010 (The only Program Director to ever be considered or receive this award) Westwood College Faculty Effectiveness Award, October, 2010, January, 2011. Westwood School of Design faculty of the Term, January 2011.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Noel MacNeal - Freelance Script Writing & Narration
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Noel MacNeal 444 12th Street, Apt. 3C Brooklyn, NY 11215 Phone & Fax: (917) 535-5249 Email: nmacneal@gmail.com http://www.noelmacneal.com/ TELEVISION Sesame International (Sesame Workshop) 2007-2010 (including Sesame Square in Nigeria and Galli Galli Sim Sim in India) The Writers’ Workshop Supervisor and production consultant at various Sesame Street co-productions, such as Nigeria, Palestine, India, and Pakistan. Nate the Great (PBS) Development writing team 2008 (cell animation) Two episodes: “Cracking the Crazy Codes,” “Wacky Wordplay” Bear & You (original Disney Home Video series proposal & development) 2006 (live action puppet) Treatment, character bible, and episode outlines for all six episodes A Very Special Good Night Show (PBS Kids Sprout) 2006 (live action) Co-writing all 24 episodes (plus, author of the songs “This Young Man,” “The Bedtime Hokey Pokey,” and “Old MacDonald Had to Sleep”) Breakfast With Bear (Playhouse Disney/Disney Channel) 2005 (live action) All twenty episodes (plus, co-author of the song, “The Morning Mambo”) The Show Me Show (original preschool series & development deal with NOGGIN) 2004 (live action puppets) Treatment, character bible and pilot script (including five original songs) Bear in the Big Blue House (Daytime Emmy-winning series on Disney Channel) 1998 to 2002 (live action puppets) Episodes: “You Learn Something New Everyday,” “And To All a Good Night,” “Wait For Me,” “At the Old Bear Game” (plus, co-author of the song, “C’mon In!”) CyberChase (PBS) 2001 (cell animation) Episode: “The Secrets of Symmetry” Salty’s Lighthouse (PBS) 2000 (stop-motion animation) Episode: “Thar She Goes!” The Magic Schoolbus (PBS) 1999 (cell animation) Episodes: “The Magic Schoolbus Sees Stars,” “The Magic Schoolbus Goes to the Zoo” Gullah Gullah Island (Nick Jr.) 1996 (live action puppets and actors) Episode: “The Magic Show” The Puzzle Place (Daytime Emmy-nominated series on PBS) 1995 to 1998 (live action puppets and actors) Episodes: “Between You and Me,” “I’m Talking to You,” “One Way,” “Dressing Up is Hard to Do,” “The Mystery of the Fabulous Hat,” “The New Adventures of Julie Woo” (plus, co-author of the song, “It’s You”) Eureeka’s Castle (Nick Jr.) 1990 (live-action puppets) Episode (co-writer): “Christmas at Eureeka’s Castle” Eureeka’s Castle (Ace Award for Best Children’s Series on Nick Jr.) 1989 to 1991 (live-action puppets) Scripts: “I Scream for Ice Cream,” “The Case of the Moat Detective,” “Rain, Rain Go Away,” “The Adventures of Batboy and Superdragon,” “The Incredible Cooey,” “Coneheads,” “Laugh It Up” OTHER WRITING CREDITS 2011 April – October X-tink-shun: A Wild Puppet X-perience (script consultant and writing co-writer) A joint effort by the Philadelphia Zoo and The Jim Henson Company with live performances throughout the park. 2010 to present 10 Minute Puppets (author of the puppet making book from WORKMAN Publishing) Book tour included appearances and workshops for families and bookstores, schools, and children's museums across the U.S.A. 2005 We Are Family/FEDEX PSA (writer for the PSA announcing FedEx’s delivery of 61,000 copies of the compilation DVD “We Are Family”–– featuring over one-hundred children’s show characters–– to public and private elementary schools) 1998 to present (live action puppet) Various Bear in the Big Blue House personal appearances as “Bear,” including: 1999 to 2007 The Jerry Lewis Labor Day MDA Telethon (syndicated) (plus, co-author of the song, “The Any Way You Wanna Conga”) 2002 & 2005 Easter Egg Roll at the White House 2001 to 2003 Hollywood Squares (syndicated) 1999 to 2000 The Center for Puppetry Arts Fundraiser Weekend Herr’s Snack Factory Tour (Nottingham, PA) 1998 (live-action puppets) “Chipper’s Factory Tour” for visitors of the Herr’s Snack Factory 1995 to 1997 (live-action puppet) Various The Puzzle Place personal appearances as “Leon,” including: 1996 Easter Egg Roll at the White House 1997 YMCA Kids Day at Shea Stadium (WNBC-4 New York) EDUCATION Theater and puppetry major at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. Studied with Kermit Love, designer and builder for the Jim Henson Company. LIFE Born and raised in New York’s Central Harlem, Noel was featured in the documentary Give A Damn Again, about the children in the original 1968 Give a Damn public service television campaign in. He and his mother are featured in Keith Brown’s book Sacred Bonds: African-American Men and Their Mothers (1998). He currently resides in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, with his wife (author Susan Elia MacNeal) and their young son, Mattie. Noel has also been the resident puppet master (aka “Dr. Puppet” to his students) at the four week “OOMPAH Day Camp” program in Huntington, L.I.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Sfisham - Freelance Video Editing & Movie Production
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I am a visual effect artist, specialized in motion graphic, visual effect, web and graphic design. I thrive under pressure; my working style is unique and extremely detailed to suite the client's requirements. I'm capable of following strict direction from client brief to deliver high quality work that will look ultra-professional. I have the ability to produce engaging work within time frame to meet deadline that makes my client happy with the quality and price of my work.
Paarl, Western Cape, South Africa
Tanya Kucak - Freelance Editing & Content Writing
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Garden writer specializing in California native plants, herbs, and edibles. Founder/editor of Bay Area Vegetarian magazine; past editor of Rain: Journal of Appropriate Technology. Adept at taking projects from conception to completion. Experienced copyeditor, development editor, content editor, proofreader.
San Mateo, California, United States
T. Thibodeaux Baar - Freelance Digital Art & Writing
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Education MFA in Writing, 2006 Vermont College of the Union Institute and University (now Vermont College of Fine Arts) Critical Thesis: "The Contemporary Persona Poem," a study of contemporary dramatic monolog Creative Thesis: Overtures, a 55-page manuscript of original poetry Lecture: “The Poet Vanishes: Literal and Figurative Disappearance in Poetry” BA in English, Writing Specialization, 2002 (+ 6 hrs. graduate credit) (Minor in German) Henderson State University Professional Experience 2011-Present Teachers College, Henderson, Henderson State University. Content Supervisor for Secondary English Language Arts candidates in the professional semester. 2008-Present Department of English, Foreign Languages, and Philosophy, Henderson State University. Instructor of English. Regular 15-hour course load, 3 to 4 preparations. 2010-2012 Southwest Arkansas College Preparatory Academy. Charter Class English faculty (10th grade through senior year). 2007-2008 Department of English, Foreign Languages, and Philosophy, Henderson State University. Adjunct Instructor of English. 5/6 course load, 2 to 4 preparations Authorship and Editorial Work Authored the NCTE/NCATE accreditation report for the secondary English program, including assessment design and implementation, standards alignment, data aggregation/ disaggregation and analysis, and report composition and submission. Program recognized February 2013. Invited reviewer, Introduction to Logic (Baronnet). Oxford University Press. Spring 2012. Second Reader, Academic Forum. Henderson State University. 2010, 2011, and 2012. Associate Editor, Hunger Mountain 10 (Spring 2007). (Judge's Panel, The 2007 Ruth Stone Prize in Poetry). 2007. Associate Editor, Arkansas Literary Forum. 2003-2005. Scholarly Contributions and Creative Productions “Approaching the Big Shifts: Strategies for CCSS Implementation.” Southwest-A Regional Common Core Literacy Summit. Southern Arkansas University. 2012. “’Words Like Musket Fire’: Reading Flannery O’Connor’s ‘A Late Encounter with the Enemy’ as Ars Poetica.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association 2011 Conference. 2011. “The Romance between Poetry and Science.” Matt Locke Ellis College Community Classes. 2009. “Toward Synesthesia: Further Explorations in Ekphrasis.” 29th Annual Meeting of the Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association. 2008. Professional Service 2013. MLA Project Reading Committee / Thesis Defense Interviewer. [student name redacted]. 2011-2013. Interviewer, Teachers College, Henderson, Exit Interviews. Fall 2012. Program Review Committee for Central Baptist College's proposed secondary education program. Arkansas Department of Education. 2011-2012. Teacher Education Committee, Henderson State University. 2012-2013. MLA Project Reading Committee / Thesis Defense Interviewer. [student name redacted]. Spring 2011. Middle-Level Faculty Search Committee, Teachers College Henderson, Henderson State University. Spring 2011. Faculty Excellence Awards Committee, Henderson State University. Fall 2010-Spring 2011. Unpaid consultant for former HSU student, Bismarck Public Schools, Educational Renewal Zone. Fall 2008-Spring 2009. Textbook Committee, Department of English, Foreign Languages, and Philosophy, Henderson State University. Work Samples Available upon request: student composition feedback, original course material, technical writing samples.
Arkansas, United States
T.Jensen Lacey - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Ghostwriting
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I am an author of 14 books, 6 book contributions, and more than 800 articles for newspapers and magazines. My website has more information: www.TJensenLacey.com. What my website doesn't say is that I have interviewed thousands of people for my books and articles and would feel quite comfortable writing your memoirs. Please contact me when you're ready.
Fairhope, Alabama, United States
Tony Spangler - Freelance Sculpting & Multimedia
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Anthony Spangler 5811 Seneca Road Kingsport, Tennessee 37664 423-323-1132 spanglerart@charter.net Objective To work in an artistic field. Work Experience Owner/Operator 6/1995 - Present Airbrush Fantasies / Spangler Art. Bristol VA, Johnson City TN, Kingsport TN. Freelance Artist / Airbrush Artist / Sculptor US ARMY Reserve/National Guard Motor Transport 11/1990 -6/ 2006 US Army Reserve, Motor transport Op. Honorable Discharge Dodson Brothers Pest Control 1163 Tennessee 126 Bristol, TN 37620-3225 (423) 968-5363 11/1990 - 4/1993 Pest Control Tech./ Sales Pest Control Tech. / Sales Orkin Pest Control 2000 Tennessee 75 Blountville, TN 37617 (877) 633-1060 1990 - 1994 Various on call and Part time jobs ranging from Termite Protection, Termite Inspection and Re-inspection, Fumigation, General Pest Control. US Army 11/1986 - 11/1990 Motor Transport Operator Honorable Discharge Education 10/1999 (CLC) New Horizons Computer Learning Center, Kingsport, Tennessee For MCSE Certification Basic HTML Administering User and Group AccountsSetting up User and Group Accounts Network Printing Administering Network Printers Monitoring Network Resources Installing Windows NT 4.0Managing System Policies Configuring Windows NT 4.0 Protocols Network ServicesInternet / Intranet WorkingTCP/IP Subnetting Routers DHCP WIN SSNMP Trusts Analyzing System Performance IIS Architecture FTP services SMTP NNTP § High School: Sullivan Central High School, Blountville TN 1982 - 1986 Skills Photoshop, MCSE Training, Aribrush, Sculpture, Costom Painting, Prototype Fabrication, Mold Making and Casting, Multi Media Illustration, Customer service, Pest Control Route Tech, Termite and Sales. Photos of my artistic works can be found at www.spanglerart.com or I can provide a CD upon request. References Supplied upon request.
Kingsport, Tennessee, United States