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Beth Beddingfield - Freelance Print Ad Design & Banner Design
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2 Skills
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Beth Beddingfield Design www.bethbeddingfield.com Summary of Qualifications: • Highly creative professional with more than 10 years graphic arts and design experience • Talent for matching customer needs with a wide variety of graphics, visual arts, and approaches • Skilled at working on multiple projects across a global landscape with short notice and little instruction • Energetic, versatile team player with excellent work ethic and relationship-building skills Professional Experience: Intergraph Corporation, Contract User Experience Designer, Nov. 2011– Dec. 2011 • Worked within a user experience scrum team to create high-color product icons, as well as providing other artistic design deliverables to support Intergraph PPM’s suite of 2D, 3D, and Information Management/Materials Management products. Intergraph Corporation, Senior Graphic Designer, May 2006 – Nov. 2010 • Responsible for brand management and the creation of Intergraph corporate and divisional marketing materials including, magazines, advertisements, collateral, and PowerPoint presentations • Created trade show and event graphics, which included Web design, e-mail, print collateral and signage • Solely led the creative aspects of the Intergraph 2007 International Users’ Conference, an event attended by nearly 2,000 customers • Designed logos, icons, and typographical treatments for Intergraph conferences and brands • Collaborated with the Events, Web, and Marcom teams on design related projects • Managed and provided direction to entry-level designers Huntsville Hospital, Graphic Designer, Jan. 2001 – May 2006 • Applied my creativity in the development of a variety of marketing materials, including advertisements, annual reports, and collateral • Designed event graphics, such as logos, t-shirts, and signage • Provided guidance and instruction to entry-level designers Beth Beddingfield Design, Freelance Designer, June 2005 – Present • Creating logos as well as corporate and event marketing materials for various organizations throughout the Huntsville area, including the Huntsville Hospital Foundation and the ALS Association Huntsville Times, Freelance Designer/Writer, Growing Up Magazine, March 2007 – Sept. 2009 • Responsible for the layout of a bimonthly magazine • Contributed an article for each issue regarding my life as a working mother Education: Auburn University, BFA in Visual Communications, Dec., 2000 Technical Experience: Adobe CS5 InDesign, InCopy, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat Professional Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint Axialis Icon Creation Software VersionOne PC and Mac Proficiency Awards: • First Place Award, Growing UP Magazine – 2009 Inland Press Association and the Newspaper Business Development Network • Silver Addy Award for Interactive Media/Websites, Intergraph 2007 Conference Website – 2008 Tennessee Valley Advertising Federation • Silver Addy Award for Publication Design, Source Magazine – 2005 Tennessee Valley Advertising Federation
Pelham, Alabama, United States
Frank Hill - Freelance Book Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
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2 Skills
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having worked in many advertising agencies and commercial art studios now freelancing full time experienced comic strips working for D C Thompson and various european publishers.mainly girls comics such as Judy ,Jackie. Specialising in realistic figurative iillustratrion,in black and white&colour.no animation.
Bury Saint Edmunds, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Nicci Trapp - Freelance Photography & Editing
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4.0
2 Skills
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My name is Nicci Trapp. I am currently an undergrad at Penn State and working toward a dual major in Energy, Sustainability and Policy as well as Letters, Arts & Sciences. I have work experience in several different areas, ranging from photography and creative writing to paralegal and secretarial experience. Very experienced in writing demands for personal injury cases and have done several wedding shoots! I have a wide variety of interests, and spend a lot of time perfecting my crafts, each and every one of them!
Jefferson City, Missouri, United States
VladanMZ - Freelance Graphic Design & Photography
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$20
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One man operation for all your promotion, advertising, pr and public presence needs. From concept to finished product including concept, art direction, photography, video, graphic design and video editing. On time on budget. Very reasonable fee and adjustable depending on project/client.
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Andy Mogaka - Freelance Logo Design & Animal Illustration
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4.0
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I am a University Fine Art graduate,who has enjoyed the full spectrum that fine art and design has to offer.Worked as an illustrator,designer,art director and now fully self-employed in the same field.
Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
Ryn Gargulinski - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$75
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CAREER PROFILE Author Two published illustrated books – Bony Yoga and Rats Incredible. Hundreds of columns and articles, thousands of poems, five illustrated chapbooks, illustrated children’s books, illustrated/photo humor books, ad, catalog and promotional copy, newsletters, press releases, thesis on folklore of NYC transit workers. Awards: First place Don Schellie Award for best feature column in Arizona, two first place awards for best humorous column in New Mexico and others for poetry, column and news articles. Featured in ad promoting newspaper. Artist Illustrations for columns, newspapers, promotional materials, tattoos, books; artist for nationwide Art-o-Mat project (artomat.org), president and designer for RYNdustries, which includes entire line of Lucky Voodoo Dolls. Performer Wrote and performed all own material on television, radio and stage. Column featured on weekly radio spot on KLPX. Featured both solo and with musical accompaniment; experience in stand-up comedy and theater. Hosted several poetry series, produce and host weekly radio show. EDUCATION & TRAINING Master of Arts in English Literature, Brooklyn College GPA: 3.7. Degree awarded: Feb. 2000; thesis on occupational folklore of NYC subway workers; major in folklore, French proficiency requirement met for degree. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, French, Brooklyn College Major GPA: 4.0; overall GPA: 3.9. Degree awarded: Jan. 1996 Summa *** Laude, dean's honor list; scholarship from dept. of English; merit certificate for excellence in Latin; Donald G. Whiteside Poetry Award; French minor. BCAT: Brooklyn Community Access Television Certified producer – camera and editing; produced shows for NYS government. SBNI: Summer Broadcast News Institute, Brooklyn College/BCAT Trained as producer, director, writer, reporter, anchor and camera for broadcast news. Study Abroad Program, Brooklyn College Focus on drama and creative writing; study in both London and Paris. Languages: French Long-term study of French language, literature, translation, history and culture. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Writer, artist, performer, RYNdustries, 9/03 – Present Freelance writer and artist with credits including New York Newsday, New York Press, Brooklyn Woman Newspaper, Voices: The Journal of NY Folklore, numerous websites, journals and anthologies. Created and manage online stores, including rynski.etsy.com and CafePress.com/ryndustries, design variety of original artwork for merchandise and line of “Lucky Voodoo Dolls.” Weekly radio show. Writer, artist, Demand Media Studios, 10/07 – Present Freelance writer artist with hundreds of articles for various properties. Reporter, Writer, Columnist: Gannett, Arizona, 1/07 – 12/10 TucsonCitizen.com: award-winning weekly column, features, news, daily blog posts, photos, videos, artwork. Continue with website after print edition folded. Reporter, Columnist: Western Communications, Oregon, 2/06 – 11/06 Curry Coastal Pilot: covered education beat, features, general assignments, photos, weekly column. The Daily Triplicate, Calif.: covered county, tribes and parks, weekly column. Wrote at least 10 stories per week, photos, illustrations. Managing Editor, Reporter: Freedom Newspapers, New Mexico, 4/05 – 2/06 Quay County Sun, Clovis News Journal: wrote and edited all content, news, features, lifestyles, sports, photos, illustrations, award-winning weekly column. Vice President of Administration: Synergistic Plans, Inc., NYC, 7/02 – 3/05 Focus on presentations, marketing, promotional endeavors, initiated radio show. Director of Public Affairs: New York State Senate, Brooklyn, NY, 1/00 – 7/02 Public relations, wrote and edited press releases, newsletters, produced TV show. Columnist, Artist: Brooklyn Woman, Brooklyn, NY, 12/01 – 12/03 Contributed weekly column with accompanying illustrations. Regional Editor, Artist: Medicinal Purposes Lit. Review, NYC, 2001 – 2006 Edited, contributed art; host and coordinate poetry series. Writer, Artist: 12-Gauge Review, Brooklyn, NY, 1996 – 2000 Columnist, poet and cartoonist for online literary magazine at www.12gauge.com. Instructor: Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, NY, 1997 - 2002 Taught basic drawing, TV studio, theater and chemistry classes (ongoing). Assistant Editor, Reporter: Courier-Life Publications, Bklyn, NY, 1996 – 1999 Edited, researched, supervised reporters, wrote news, features, subway beat. Reporter, Columnist, Artist: Brooklyn College Excelsior, 1991 – 1995 Wrote news and feature articles, weekly column, cartoons. REFERENCES Available upon request.
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Rinselli - Freelance Digital Art & Anime Art
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4.0
2 Skills
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I'm an anime-styled artist and I enjoy creating character designs. If you need a manga-styled artist for your job, I'm your girl! It's easier to contact me through my email below. Thank you for your interest! http://rinselli.deviantart.com/gallery/ EMAIL: rinsselli@gmail.com
San Antonio, Texas, United States
Bill Vargo - Freelance Screenwriting & Script Writing
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$25
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I am a screenwriter and video assist operator with over five years of experience in the field. I have covered scripts for Abbot Management and the BlueCat Screenplay Competition. I've worked on everything from small, local commercials to big budget features. I've dealt closely with clients and directors including M. Night Shyamalan, Ivan Reitman, Dvid Frankel, and Neil Burger. For more of my resume, please see my imdb page. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2265273/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 I am also a member of the IATSE local 52. My on-set experience has given me an appreciation of the production side of the industry and an understanding of what it takes to bring a script to life.
Ambler, Pennsylvania, United States
David Fox III - Freelance Presentation Design & Article Writing
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3.0
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Summary of Qualifications • Strong editorial, written, and oral communication skills • Knowledge of MS Office 2007, Adobe CS3, and Endnote. • Certified in basic science writing and teaching science. • Proven ability to plan and prioritize multiple tasks. • Adaptable to new learning environments. • Proven ability to work effectively with people of various cultural backgrounds. Education 2008 Ph.D. in Biochemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 2000 Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 1995 Associate of Arts, Emphasis on Psychology, Centralia Community College, Centralia, WA. ¬ Research Experience 05/2009 – Present, National Institutes of Health, Baltimore, MD Post-Doctoral Researcher ¬ My current projects focus on the study of DNA repair proteins with links to rare genetic diseases including Fanconi Anemia and Blooms Syndrome. I design and implement multiple simultaneous research projects for the study of protein function through bioinformatic, biophysical and structural techniques. My research complements the genetic analysis performed by the rest of the group as information discovered on the protein level can be immediately tested in vivo. Additional Duties include maintenance of equipment, radiation safety waste and records, and coordination of equipment and facility repair. I have completed a course in science writing and the pedagogy of teaching science. 01/2009-03/2009 – University of Washington, Seattle, WA Research Scientist 09/2002-12/2008 – University of Washington, Seattle, WA Graduate Student/ Research Associate 04/2000-09/2002 – University of Washington, Seattle, WA Research Scientist/Associate My studies at the University of Washington involved structural characterization of the conserved domains in the breast cancer associated protein 1 (BRCA1) and its constitutive partner BARD1. Additional duties included supervising and mentoring four undergraduate researchers with a focus on practical training and project management, as well as writing institutional (university level) fellowship/training grant applications for personal research funding and assisting with federal grant research proposals for the lab. Additional research experience available upon request. ¬ Teaching Experience 09/2010-11/2010, Completion of 9-week education methods course “Scientists Teaching Science,” by Barbara Houtz, Director of Outreach, Eberly College of Science, Pennsylvania State University. • Effective science teaching pedagogy • Development of Bloom’s Taxonomy based lesson plan. • Development of classroom evaluations and exams • Constructing a syllabus. 03/2004 – 06/2004, Laboratory Practical for Biochemistry Undergraduate Majors, University of Washington, Seattle, WA Classroom and Laboratory Instructor Duties included: • Teaching four classes of approximately twenty students each. • Lesson plan development. • Writing and grading quizzes and exams. • Preparation of teaching materials and required items for the laboratory practical. • Hold office hours to assist students. 01/2004 – 03/2004, Biochemistry for Undergraduate Majors (Part 2 of 3), University of Washington, Seattle, WA 10/2003 – 12/2003, Biochemistry for Undergraduate Majors (Part 1 of 3). University of Washington, Seattle, WA Teaching Assistant Duties included: • Teaching two classes of 20-30 students. • Review material taught during lecture. • Lesson plan development focused to assist in student learning lecture material through solving homework problems, Q&A sessions, and review. • Develop new lesson plans for 10% of material not covered during lecture. • Writing exam questions and grading exams and projects. • Hold office hours to assist students. Presentations Oral Presentations 12/2008, University of Washington, Department of Biochemistry, Title - “BARD1 has a Tail to Tell, the Crystal Structure of the BARD1 Ankyrin Repeat Domain and its Functional Consequences.” 09/2008, National Institutes of Health, Laboratory of Genetics. Title - “BARD1 has a Tail to Tell, the Crystal Structure of the BARD1 Ankyrin Repeat Domain and its Functional Consequences.” 03/2008, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Heritage Foundation. Title - “BARD1 has a Tail to Tell, the Crystal Structure of the BARD1 Ankyrin Repeat Domain and its Functional Consequences.” 2004-2007, University of Washington, Molecular Biophysics Training Grant, yearly oral presentation discussing current scientific research. Poster Presentations ¬09/2008, National Institutes of Health Graduate Research Festival, Bethesda, MD. ¬01/2008, Keystone Symposium, Frontiers in Structural Biology/Genomics, Steamboat Springs, CO. 06/2007, Victoria/Vancouver NMR Conference, Vancouver, Canada. 2004-2007, Department of Biochemistry Annual Retreat, Leavenworth, WA. ¬ Achievements and Honors 2011, Lead Judge for the NIH Graduate Research Symposium, Structural Biology section. 2010, Judge for NIH Graduate Research Symposium, Structural Biology section. 2010, Scientists Teaching Science certificate. 2008, JBC Paper of the Week, Crystal structure of the BARD1 Ankyrin Repeat Domain and its functional consequences. 2008, NIH National Graduate Student Research Festival Award. 2007, Schultz Graduate Travel Fellowship. 2004-2007, Molecular Biophysics Training Grant. 2000, University of Washington, Department of Biochemistry, Distinction in Biochemistry. ¬ Professional Affiliations 2010-Present, National Association of Science Writers (NASW). 2007-Present, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 2000-Present, University of Washington Alumni. Publications Xu, Dongyi et al. Rif1 provides a new DNA-binding interface for the Bloom syndrome complex to maintain normal replication. EMBO Journal; (2010) 29, 3140-3155. Islam MN, Fox D 3rd, Guo R, Enomoto T, Wang W. (2010). RecQL5 promotes genome stabilization through two parallel mechanisms-Interacting with RNA polymerase II and Acting as a helicase. Mol Cell Biol. May; 30(10):2460-72. (Co-authorship) ¬ Kacherovsky, N., Tachibana, C., Amos, E., Fox, D., 3rd, and Young, E.T. (2008). Promoter binding by the Adr1 transcriptional activator may be regulated by phosphorylation in the DNA-binding region. PLoS ONE 3, e3213. Fox, D., 3rd, Le Trong, I., Rajagopal, P., Brzovic, P. S., Stenkamp, R. E., and Klevit, R. E. Crystal Structure of the BARD1 Ankyrin Repeat Domain and Its Functional Consequences. J Biol Chem. 2008 Jul 25; 283(30), 21179-86. Iverson HA, Fox D 3rd, Nadler LS, Klevit RE, Nathanson NM. Identification and structural determination of the M(3) muscarinic acetylcholine receptor basolateral sorting signal. J Biol Chem. 2005 Jul 1;280(26):24568-75. (Co-authorship) Brzovic PS, Keeffe JR, Nishikawa H, Miyamoto K, Fox D 3rd, Fukuda M, Ohta T, Klevit R. Binding and recognition in the assembly of an active BRCA1/BARD1 ubiquitin-ligase complex. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003 May 13;100(10):5646-51. Recommendations available upon request.
Red Lion, Pennsylvania, United States
Brooke Brown - Freelance Multimedia & Creative Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
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SUMMARY: Excellent writing skills, very familiar with facebook, blogger and other social media outlets; computer/Word and Power Point proficient; outstanding organizational skills, takes direction well, recognized by co-workers for versatile creative writing and editing ability; amateur graphic designer, team player, strong self advocate, completed 2011 Partners in Policymaking training through Pilot Parents of Tucson; motivational speaker; Actor, writer and audio/visual designer for Improbable Theatre Company; self-published Christian author. EDUCATION: Bachelor of Arts: Journalism 2006 Magna *** Laude Graduation speaker, Recipient of Walter Cronkite Outstanding Student Award Arizona State University Honors Graduate 1998 to 2002 Scottsdale Christian Academy EXPERIENCE: Scottsdale Community College February 2012 to Present Freelance Writer for Public Relations Department Content writer for "Momentum," alumni and community partners newsletter Yakkit.org October 2008 to December 2010 Creative Content Editor Funded by the Set Yourself Free Project grant for Southwest Institute for Families and Children, Editor of quarterly newsletter, Review and write/create content for Yakkit website, Current President of Youth Action Council of Arizona Get Out Magazine/East Valley Tribune January to May 2006 Intern Write various articles with interviews and briefs regarding upcoming events in east valley locations and submit to editors for weekly publication. ASU Underground (campus newspaper) December 2004 to April 2005 Staff writer Meet weekly to discuss story ideas for upcoming issues, write feature articles with interviews, submit to editor for approval, and distribute current issues on campus. Arizona Republic Newspaper August 2001 to May 2002 ALT Correspondent/Movie Reviewer Meet monthly to plan ALT page with team of correspondents and editor. Submit movie reviews, story ideas and completed articles to ALT editor in consideration for publication.
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States