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Natalie Sahnow - Freelance Drawing & Painting
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5.0
2 Skills
$30
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Natalie Sahnow 190 N Mountain St. - Ashland Or 97520 - (503) 899-9631 n.a.sahnow@gmail.com Education Southern Oregon University Ashland, Oregon Bachelors of Arts in Oil Painting, June 2010 Ace Personal Physical Fitness Trainer Certification, June 2013 Work Experience October 2010-2013 Stormy Morning Vineyard Banks, Oregon • Menu Design • Chalk...
Springfield, Oregon, United States
Shyanne Morreau - Freelance Drawing & Photo Editing
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3.5
2 Skills
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I guess you could say that I am kinda lost in this world. I really dont have much work experience, although when it comes to creativity, and my artistic ability, I am off the wall. I love art, I love to express myself. and I love to write. Mainly poetry, but I love to write.
Springfield, Oregon, United States
Dave Norem - Freelance Sculpting & Drawing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Springfield, Oregon, United States

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Jim Steck - Freelance Digital Art & Children's Book Illustration
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Jim Steck’s favorite style is what he calls “modern retro.” He creates fun, funky illustrations that sport the care-free feelings of decades ago; plus, his vibrant colors and lively backgrounds make his images pop from the page! When telling a story, consistency is of paramount importance to Jim, as witnessed in his illustrations of the 32-page children’s picture book, Little Rhino Has No Horn, published by Karen Hunter Media, New Jersey. Jim loves project planning, too. For instance, he writes copy and contributes age-appropriate themes for some of the 100-plus greeting cards he’s illustrated. His clients include high-profile companies for which he’s created product graphics plus magazines oriented to children, sports enthusiasts, entertainment, non-profit groups, and more. A graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Jim’s been illustrating and directing art projects for three decades. He’s a 3-D thinker, mindful of movement, and skillful with sensory elements. Jim and his wife, Terri, live with their daughter in Central Florida.
Orlando, Florida, United States
Marilyn Howard - Freelance Graphic Design & Magazine Design
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CERTIFICATION Grade 12 Bachelor or Arts QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS Proficient in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat Work well under stressful deadlines Create tasteful and sophisticated advertising design and layout for ROP as well as Classified display ads ~ with accuracy and in a timely manner Pagination and page layout for newspaper and magazines PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY 30 years experience in the design department of a local newspaper Art/design director for a local Bridal magazine Layout and design of posters, brochures and flyers 2 years experience teaching childrens’ art lessons through Chilliwack Art Centre Design of advertising submitted monthly to a California mining magazine references upon request portfolio upon request
Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
Sally Smith - Freelance Writing & Book Writing
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Sally K. Smith 202-669-8950 Sksmith1881@gmail.com Professional Experience Humanity United, Sudan Now Campaign Coordinator, Washington DC, Aug 2010 - present ? Manage all aspects of campaign targeting the Obama administration to take action for Sudan in key (and potentially crisis) moments for the country ? Wrote and implemented Sudan Now campaign plan, meeting and exceeding all campaign goals so far, including the critical goal of significantly increased diplomacy by the U.S. in Sudan ? Ensure that partners are contributing to, bought into and promoting campaign activities ? Manage and create social media and website content ? Targeted and ran paid ads in various mediums, including print (New York Times, Politico, Washington Post, etc.), online (Facebook, etc.), and video (in Times Square) ? Track and measure all results, analyze for continual improvement Partnership for Public Service, Freelance Writer, Washington DC, 2010-2011 ? Wrote 60-page script for 20/20 anchor Elizabeth Vargas, host of the 2011 Service to America Medals gala ? Wrote finalist profiles for the Service to America Medals Partnership for Public Service, Director of Marketing, Washington DC, Feb 2008-August 2010 ? Co-ran 2010 Public Service Recognition Week, a $500,000 national public education campaign, including a four-day celebration on the National Mall that brought together 40,000+ people ? Coordinated, implemented and analyzed all marketing campaigns – both online and offline ? Wrote 330-page book, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Getting Government Jobs” (Published by Penguin books and currently available in bookstores nationwide) ? Wrote for weekly column in The Washington Post highlighting outstanding public servants ? Researched, wrote and edited content for websites, op/eds, newsletters, grant proposals, etc. Obama for America, Political Desk, New Hampshire, Mar 2007-Jan 2008 ? Served as OFA campaign liaison for women’s issues, child advocacy, education and the arts ? Formed and managed statewide, county-level and town-level organizations such as Women for Obama and Educators for Obama, resulting in the recruitment of thousands of new supporters ? Organized over 100 events, including a successful Children’s Fair at Mack’s Apple Orchard and a fair to kick off Women for Obama (both events featured Michelle Obama) ? Ran final month of Get Out The Vote in Grafton County, where President Obama won by 3% Nick Lampson for U.S. Congress, Political & Field Director, Houston, Texas, Jan 2006-Nov 2006 ? Ran successful field campaign in 36% Democratic district, exceeding my vote goal and winning every county in our district by at least six points ? Recruited and managed a staff of six full time employees, 31 interns and over 1,100 volunteers ? Helped manage a multi-million-dollar budget ? Brought Project Safe Place, a child safety program that works with small businesses, to TX-22 to highlight child trafficking and abuse issues in the Houston area Wal-Mart Watch, National Campus Field Director, Washington DC, Apr 2005-Jan 2006 ? Created and ran successful campus campaign against Wal-Mart resulting in 100+ college groups designed to fight Wal-Mart in 34 states for a total of 154 events during our Week of Action. EMILY’s List, Assistant to the Director of Communications, Washington DC, Jan 2005–Apr 2005 ? Handled press calls, prepared briefings, compiled daily clips, and placed news articles nationwide Tony Knowles for U.S. Senate, Field Organizer, Fairbanks, Alaska, July–Nov 2004 ? Recruited and managed 10 native precinct teams in rural Alaska Baytek International, Communications Director, Houston, Texas, July 2003-July 2004 ? Managed all communications, marketing, and press outreach Education Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida ? B.A., English; double minor in Spanish and writing; graduated magna *** laude The Graduate School, Washington, D.C., certification in grant writing Volunteer Experience ? Stop Modern Slavery – Served in a leadership role in an all-volunteer anti-human-trafficking organization 2008-2010 ? Miriam’s Kitchen – Volunteer 2008-2010 ? Washington Animal Rescue League – Current volunteer ? National Day of Service 2009 - National organization coordinator ? Street Soccer USA (the homeless soccer cup) - Organized White House involvement and White House soccer team to play with the SSUSA teams for 2009 ? Team in Training - Ran full marathon for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and raised $8,000
Washington, United States
Steve Mancione - Freelance Comic Art & Graphic Novel Art
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5.0
2 Skills
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I love comics, cartoons, and humor. I am all for subversive uses of comics and I welcome any opportunity to use my skills as a writer and illustrator to bring the medium of comics to any size audience. I have taught at the college level in studio arts and am currently making a living freelancing comic work and teaching all age groups....check out my website and resume on my profile. Education_______________________________________________________________ Columbia College Chicago Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) Interdisciplinary Arts Department Book and Paper Arts Eastern Illinois University Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) 2 Dimensional Studio Art Ruth Boyd Cook Scholarship for excellence in painting Teaching Experience__________________________________________________________ Columbia College Chicago, Adjunct Faculty Hand Papermaking Spring 2011 Columbia College Chicago, Teacher's Assistant Fall 2010 Fundamentals of 2-Dimensional Design Homewood-Flossmoor High School, Homewood-Flossmoor, IL 2009-Present Substitute Teacher Pace Systems, Inc. Naperville, IL 2003-2009 Marketing Administration Graphic Designer Other Related experience Treasurer of Pulp, Ink, and Thread (P.I.T.) 2010-2011 Book and Paper Representative SOC Representative National Printer's Ball Fall 2010 Papermaking Demonstrator Connected Studio Practices Panel Speaker Spring 2010 Published Have a Nice Trip, in Linework, A Comic Anthology Spring 2010 Exhibitions Galley Show Fall 2010 Book and Paper Center Chicago, IL Book and Paper Exhibition Summer 2010 Moraine Valley College Palos Hills, IL Brother Can You Spare a Dime Spring 2009 The Paper Cafe Charleston, IL The Amerikan Dream Fall 2008 Greenleaf Arts Center Chicago, IL Undone Fall 2008 Hamlin Park Theater Chicago, IL Gallery Opening Show Fall 2007 9th Street Gallery Charleston, IL From the Studio, Drawing Exhibit Fall 2007 Burl Ives Studio Charleston, IL Technical Skills__________________________________________________________ Graphic Design and Pre-Press Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint proficient Printmaking Lithography, Etching, Letterpress, Cyanotype, Xerox Transfer Sculpture Wood, Metal, Casting Drawing, 2-Dimensional Design References and Work Samples Available Upon Request
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Spencer Valentine - Freelance Blog Writing & Promotions
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2 Skills
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SPENCER VALENTINE 320 East 32nd Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46205 • 317.709.2495 • spencervalentine@yahoo.com EXPERIENCE CONSULTANT, VALENTINE ENTERPRISES (1/2006 to Present) • Represent and assist businesses and not-for-profits in their writing, marketing, governmental affairs & public relations.. • Conduct grant-writing and research for governmental and political entities as well as political campaigns. • Represented engineering firms to the City of Indianapolis. • Served as fundraising and field director for John Layton for Sheriff, a successful 2010 campaign for Marion County Sheriff. • Helped secure the Layton campaign the largest margin of victory of any of the 2010 countywide campaigns. • Created e-mail marketing campaigns for several small businesses in many formats (ConstantContact, MailChimp…) BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST, WILLIAMS CREEK CONSULTING (12/2007 to 5/2009) • Pursued professional services contracts for a sustainable site design civil engineering firm. • Engaged governmental officials including mayors and public works directors over three states. • Presented information in public forums, trade conferences and at charitable and governmental events. 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Training included an annual conference, hosting more than 400 election professionals. o Candidate Training – Conducted year-round training of candidates with regard to ballot access, campaign finance, deadlines and filing rules. Published and posted the Indiana Candidate’s Guide and all state candidate forms to http://www.in.gov/sos/elections. DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS, INDIANA PORT COMMISSION (2/1997 to 1/1999) • Managed media and public relations for the Commission and Indiana’s three public ports. Efforts included: o Implemented three-pronged strategic marketing focus: Economic Development Attraction, Cargo Generation and Public Education. o Edited and published award-winning Indiana Portside Magazine, brochures and website about Indiana's ports, www.portsofindiana.com. o Directed various marketing projects via printing, video production, freelance research consultants. COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST, INDIANA HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY (9/1995 to 2/1997) • Monitored CDBG and HOME housing grants and interpreted labor regulations for Indiana housing projects. • Provided technical assistance to local governments and housing organizations. VOLUNTEER SPECIAL EVENT COORDINATOR, O’BANNON/KERNAN CAMPAIGN (1995 & 1996) LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR’S INTERN, INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (1995) SENATE INTERN, INDIANA GENERAL ASSEMBLY (1995) INTERN, PHIL SHARP FOR CONGRESS CAMPAIGN (1992) EDUCATION BALL STATE UNIVERSITY, Muncie, Indiana • Bachelor of Science in History and Political Science. • Graduated May 1995 with Minor in English and Academic Honors in Writing. PURDUE UNIVERSITY, KRANNERT GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, West Lafayette, Indiana • Degree as yet incomplete for the Krannert Executive MBA Program. ACCOMPLISHMENTS • MEMBER, ADVISORY BOARD, DADS INC. (2008 to Present) • CANVAS AND VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR, PETERSON FOR MAYOR (2007) • MEMBER, GREATER INDIANAPOLIS FOREIGN TRADE ZONE BOARD (2004 to 2010) • MEMBER, INDIANA UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BOARD (2003 to 2005) • ELECTION OBSERVER/UKRAINE, ORGANIZATION FOR SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE (March 2002) • SECRETARY, INDIANAPOLIS CITY MARKET BOARD (2000 to 2004) • MEMBER & WHIP, INDIANA’S DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION DELEGATION (2000) • EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE ELECTION DIRECTORS (2000) • LEADER, INDIANA DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION DELEGATE SELECTION TEAM (1999 & 2000) • MEMBER, INDIANA COMMEMORATIVE QUARTER COMMISSION (1999) • SECRETARY-TREASURER, FOREIGN TRADE ZONE ASSOCIATION OF INDIANA (1997 to 1999) • COMPILED GOVERNMENT & POLITICS CHAPTER, THE WWW YELLOW PAGES, NEW RIDERS PRESS (1996) • SCHOLARSHIP, MIDWEST WRITER’S CONFERENCE (1993)
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Ben Paul - Freelance Writing & Newsletter Writing
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2 Skills
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Benjamin M. Paul (847) 271-1183 • benjaminmpaul@gmail.com • www.benjaminmpaul.com Work Experience Research Intern: Cushman & Wakefield, Shanghai, China Assisted team in preparing reports on office, retail, and investment markets for a multinational real estate firm. Also served as liaison with Asia-Pacific offices. Oct. 2010 – Feb. 2011 Content Coordinator: RightSite.Asia, Shanghai, China Researched, wrote, and edited feature stories for the leading industrial real estate Website in China. Pieces were promoted in a weekly newsletter that reached 9000 professionals in fields such as real estate, manufacturing, logistics, and government. June 2010 – September 2010 Web Producer: KOMU-TV8, Columbia, Mo. Prepared news content in video, text, photo, and infographic formats for a NBC-affiliated television station. Jan. 2010 - May 2010 Multimedia Producer: KBIA Radio 91.3, Columbia, Mo. Planned, reported, edited and marketed news and feature content in both radio and online video formats for local NPR-affiliate with more than 30,000 listeners. Aug. 2009 – May 2010 Digital News Content Intern: WGN Radio 720, Chicago, Ill. Prepared audio, photo and text material for the Web. Managed online news content in the Assembler CMS for a radio station with more than one million listeners. May 2009 – Aug. 2009 Futures Lab Teaching Assistant: University of Missouri School of Journalism, Columbia, Mo. Managed department’s multimedia equipment. Assisted journalism students with technical problems. Aug. 2009 – May 2010, Aug. 2008 – Dec. 2008 Education University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Bachelor’s degrees in Convergence Journalism and East Asian Studies, both with Latin Honors Aug. 2006 – May 2010; GPA: 3.75 Peking University, Beijing, China CIEE Intensive Chinese Language program 200+ contact-hours of instruction in Mandarin Chinese Feb. 2009 – May 2009; GPA:3.88 Skills Leadership: Experience supervising reporters working individually as well as in teams of 3-4 in planning, covering and producing both day-turn and feature stories. All pieces included combinations of audio, video, text, and infographic elements. Software: Adobe CS4 (Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Flash), Adobe Audition, Final Cut and Avid Media Composer Language: Intermediate proficiency in Chinese (3 years formal study) Contact Information Address 1120 Stratford Lane Lake Zurich, Illinois, 60047
Lawrence, Kansas, United States