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Katelyn Clarke - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Art
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4.0
2 Skills
$9
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I am a sophomore in high school taking online school. Ever since I can remember I have loved to draw. About 4 years ago, I started taking art seriously and would come home from school every day and would draw for 2-4 hours. I have taken 4 art classes since then and I have become a very talented artist. I am extremely good at drawing portraits and would love an opportunity to do more work...
Pocatello, Idaho, United States
Claudia Quisido - Freelance Drawing & Cartooning
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Pocatello, Idaho, United States

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Elizabeth Perez Diner - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Mural Painting
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3.0
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$50
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I am a freelance muralist/fine artist/illustrator with her own style. I listen to my clients and deliver high quality work. My client's satisfaction is my priority. Art is everything I do, my background in communication/journalism allows me to develop illustrations with a distinctive personality.
Morris Plains, New Jersey, United States
Gary Steman - Freelance Catalog Photography & Advertising Photography
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Gary Steman E-mail :gsteman@shaw.ca OBJECTIVE To apply my photography degree and practical experience to a rewarding photography career for a range of clients. WORK EXPERIENCE Steman Shots Photography Freelance Photographer Nov 2010 - Present As a freelance photographer I will take photos for a wide range of clients to support their needs including but not limited to the following previous experience: Corporate and Commercial Photography Photos to assist in the visual aspect of creating reinventing company image. Product photography - crisp and clean hi-resolution product images for brochures, newsletters or websites. Real Estate Photography Effective photography to create the coverage homeowners deserve when selling their homes. Stunning, high quality property photos and virtual tours. Real Estate marketing material support photos. Architectural Photography Photos that vividly demonstrate architectural vision with potential clients. Photo Art to display on the walls of commercial or residential properties. Sports Photography Outstanding action shots of the game winning goal, series-winning basket, the touchdown pass or a variety of precious game memories that last a lifetime. Travel Photography In partnership with my journalist wife, Caroline, we are Steman WriteShots and we are building our dream career of sharing, through colourful stories and vivid photos, our of this great world. Our first book, Southern Alberta For City Folks is a picturesque journey of some of our favorite sites in Southern Alberta. Special Requests The best part of doing this for a living is getting the shot so if you have a need not mentioned as part of my services then call or email me and I would be happy to get the shot you want. Fine Art Prints My gallery is always being updated. The high quality photographs are available for purchase in several sizes, framed or unframed. Gary Steman Page 2 Prior to my Photographer career I was a successful sales person and the following is a list of the companies and responsibilities that made up that part of my career: Glentel Account Representative Mar 2010 - Nov 2010 Researching and identifying potential clients. Liaising with new and potential clients to grow the sales of communication equipment. Management and coordination of the rental department and all the equipment in that department. Filling orders as required by customers and creating and maintaining the appropriate invoicing. Customer service for both new and existing customers. A1 Power Door May 2008 - Mar 2010 Account Representative / Service Tech As both the account rep and the service tech, my responsibility in this position were two fold: Sales of automatic door equipment to existing and new customers Working as the technician in the service and repairs when required. Bluecurl Account Representative June 2006 - May 2008 Duties at this computer hardware and software sales company included: Researching and identifying potential clients. Sales of computer equipment and software to existing and new customers Creating a relationship for great customer service with all my clients Learning product and creating equipment quotations for potential clients EDUCATION HISTORY Photography Degree – New York Institute of Photography Business Diploma - Mount Royal College Matriculation Grade 12 – Bishop Grandin High School OTHER INTERESTS I have a love for the outdoors, hiking, snow shoeing, camping and have turned that interest into a new venture of taking people on guided photography hikes. I have taken and continue to be involved with professional and personal development training and positive thinking seminars.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Terrance Jackson - Freelance CAD & Architecture
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Education 2011- MA- Teaching and Learning with Technology. Ashford University, Clinton, IA. 2010- BA- Education- Social Sciences. Ashford University, Clinton, IA. 2002- Career and Technical Education. Kent State University, Kent, OH. 1992- AA- Architectural Drafting and Design. ETI Technical College, Cleveland, OH. Professional Experiences: 2006 to present. Architectural Drawing Instructor. Henry County Schools- Stockbridge High School, Stockbridge, GA. Responsible of the implementation and execution of a curriculum pathway. Trained students on three levels of the program, in which prepared them for pathway assessments. Serving as Department Chairperson for the Career and Technical Education Department, where management skills were used to handle day-to-day operations such as checking lesson plans and meeting the needs of the department. 2005 to 2006. CAD Technician. Bemba K. Jones, Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors, Cleveland, OH. Currently fulfilling part-time CAD position, utilizing AutoCAD 2006 to update and create ATA, ALTA and field survey drawings. . 1997 to 2006. CAD Instructor. East Cleveland City Schools- Shaw High School, East Cleveland, OH. Responsible for training 11th and 12th grade students in the principles and practices of architecture and engineering utilizing software and conventional methods. Other duties include: ? Managing and maintaining software and hardware in CAD lab. ? Developing recruitment material such as brochures and posters for department. ? Writing and updating curriculum to reflect changing market trends. Accomplishments ? Developed PowerPoint presentations to help obtain “Small Schools Grant” from KnowlegeWorks and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. ? Nominated and awarded "Who's Who Among America's Teachers" 2004, 2005 and 2006 editions. ? Voted "Teacher of The Month" March 2002. 2002 to 2006. Secretary of Finance. Fidelity Baptist Church, Cleveland, OH. Served in Trustee position, managing weekly, monthly and annual accounting of proceeds and member contributions. Produce financial reports for pastor, members and boards and auxiliaries, utilizing Microsoft Excel and Church Office Helper software. 1993 to 1997. Senior Draftsman. City of Cleveland- Cleveland Public Power, Cleveland, OH. Executed supporting role, producing electrical feeder maps, presentation drawings, reports, site plans and bid packages. ? Assisted engineering department in daily operations of design and layout of electrical systems. ? Produced site plans for substations and other city properties. ? Created new format, system and report for compiling electrical data, utilizing Microsoft Excel. ? Developed and updated electrical feeder maps and company standards drawings. ? Supported other departments with requested information such as maps, charts and graphs, for presentation to perspective clients.
Morrow, Georgia, United States
Mikki Major - Freelance Painting & Drawing
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5.0
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I have been committed to my Art since rediscovering the inner desire,the urge to express my love of Art in the late 1970's upon hearing "Follow your dream" on a TV program. I felt as if those words personally reached out to me, about my Art. Since that time,I have dedicated myself to the wonderful world of Art, creating inspirational Art, and positive Art images. As for the, World of Art" , I would never limit the expression of Art into one design medium. I have always enjoyed acrylics, paints and charcoal.I feel it to be a most honest and direct way of expressing the inspirations of Art that I receive. Also, there is always something new to be discovered within this technique.
DETROIT MI, United States
Neethu balakrishnan - Freelance Transcription & Audio Editing
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I'm a post graduate in nursing searching for a job. I have finished bsc nursing from India and masters in nursing from Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford. I have got a diploma in tele medicine, computer application and medical transcription. I'm very much interested in doing such jobs.
London, London, United Kingdom
Osama Shofani - Freelance Operations Management & Business Management
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3.5
2 Skills
$65
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OSAMA B. SHOFANI ________________________________________________________________________ 4818 W. 133rd St Hawthorne, CA 90250 (310) 956-5708 foairborn@aol.com PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS Arabic Linguist for Iraqi, Palestinian, Lebanese, Syrian & Jordanian dialects Instructor & Curriculum Development for USMC Language & Tactical Training Personal Protection for high level dignitaries International Relations for USMC Mongolian Exchange Program Interrogation & Intelligence Collection for USMC Combat Operations Logistics Planning for USMC Combat Operations & Training Financial Management for USMC Combat Operations Level Two Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer Personal Translator & Culture Expert for General Conway Small Arms Tactical Trainer; Expert in Tactics & Procedures Qualified Trainer SECURITY CLEARANCE Top Secret clearance CIVILAIN EXPERIENCE Techenical Advisor for CBS Telvision Show NCIS and NCIS LA June 2008-Present Responsible for reading scripts, verifying authenticity and realism of Arabic Language, Religion and Culture Responsible for choreographing weapons handling and training actors on military terminology, procedure and proper protocol. MILITARY EXPERIENCE Language and Culture Training Program Coordinator/Manager May 2007- Present 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, Advisor Training Group Developed the Language and Training Program for teams deploying to the Middle East. Designed and initiated a syllabus and curriculum in accordance with the training schedule. Responsible for the instruction of deploying teams that consist of 30 to 60 students with cultural awareness and basic proficiency of the Arabic language. Implementing a language lab that will consist of approximately 60 computers to serve as reinforcement of classroom instruction. Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge Operations Chief, 1ST Special Operations Training Group August 2004-April 2007 Served as the senior enlisted advisor responsible for the personnel administration and overall personnel management of approximately 150 individuals. 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Advised Commanding Officer on personnel, tactical, and training matters for 55 Marines. CIVILIAN EDUCATION Master’s Degree, International Terrorism Anticipated Graduation November 2010 American Military University Bachelor’s of Science, Criminal Justice Park University, *** Laude MILITARY EDUCATION Dynamics of International Terrorism Level Two Individual Terrorism Awareness Level Two Antiterrorism/Force Protection Principle /Advance Level Two Martial Arts Instructor (Black Belt 1st Degree) Antiterrorism Training Officer Level Two High Risk Personnel Tactical Air Control Party Survival Specialist/Desert Marine Artillery Scout Observer Airborne (All Parachute systems) Rappel Master PERSONAL AWARDS Combat Action Ribbon x 2 Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal Navy and Marine Commendation Medal Humanitarian Service Medal Volunteer Service Medal Joint Service Achievement Medal Purple Heart Joint Service Commendation Medal Navy and Marine Achievement Medal x 4 Army Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster and one with Combat “V” device for Valor action in combat Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait Letter of Appreciation (2) Meritorious Mast Letter of Commendation References Available upon request.
Hawthorne, California, United States
Russ Balbirona - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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My work has appeared in several magazines and news papers across the country. Though primarily my articles are featured in treasure hunting type magazines I write about a myriad of topics including how-to's, land rights issues, research, history and the outdoors. Below are a few links to some of my writing samples: Oath Keepers expose abuse of power by BLM, U.S. Forest Service - Pick & Shovel Gazette http://www.goldprospectors.org/Communication/ArticlesandInformation/tabid/153/EntryId/545/Sheriffs-challenge-federal-agencies.aspx Sheriffs Take Stand Against U.S. Forest Service -Pick & Shovel Gazette http://www.goldprospectors.org/Communication/ArticlesandInformation/tabid/153/EntryId/517/Sheriffs-take-stand-against-U-S-Forest-Service.aspx An Introduction To Sanborn Maps For the Treasure Hunter - Treasure Facts Magazine http://www.losttreasure.com/content/archives/introduction-sanborn-maps-treasure-hunter How To Do Map Research And How It Benefits the Treasure Hunter - Lost Treasure Magazine http://www.losttreasure.com/content/archives/how-do-map-research-and-how-it-benefits-treasure-hunter Other Published Articles: Lord of the Rings? -Gold Prospectors, Jan/Feb 2012 How To Keep Metal Detecting Fun -Lost Treasure, February 2012 Copper Nuggets and the not-sostinkin' Lincoln -Pick and Shovel Gazette Volume 24 Number 1 The Lord's Hoard -Gold Prospectors, Mar/Apr 2012 Right On the Button Down Under -Gold Prospectors, Mar/Apr 2012
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Revilo - Freelance Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am a recent college graduate with a bachelors degree in Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY. I specialize in illustrating full detailed page spreads and character design. Visit my website at www.oliverhamlin.com for more examples of my work.
Rochester, New York, United States