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Varun Nand - Freelance Electrical Engineering & Embedded System Programming
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Qualification: • Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Specialisation: • Embedded Systems Engineering • Software Engineering • Microelectronics Professional Attributes: • Design of Electrical Power Systems • Design of Electronics Systems • Embedded Hardware and Software Design • FPGA Design and Development • VHDL and Verilog Programming • Software Engineering...
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Rebecca Crockett - Freelance Book Illustration & Caricature Art
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Michelle Labelle - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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I recently graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts in English: Creative Writing. I specialize in writing poetry and performing spoken word. I have wowed huge crowds with my words and have self-published two books. I'm hoping to have a company publish my next book and books to come. I love to write and am not scared of any topic.
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Larry Souder - Souder Productions - Freelance Videography & Video Editing
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Hi, I'm Larry Souder - your Audio/Video Storyteller with over 25 years of videography experience. I'm very versatile with the ability to light, shoot, edit and provide narration for your project. Some of my services include videos for non-profit groups and others, sports highlight Videos, TV Commercials, live event converage, tell your story videos, onsite DVD duplication and VHS to DVD transfers. How can I serve you? Larry Souder www.Souderproductions.com
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Lorna Mills - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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A diligent and meticulous Proof Reader with 20 years’ experience in ensuring flawless copy and artwork for print and digital campaigns. My eye for imperfections and inconsistencies in spelling, grammar, punctuation and formatting has been honed in direct marketing agencies in London and Toronto. My most recent contract has been with the IPA. As a professional body committed to promoting best practice in the advertising industry, the IPA could not tolerate any mistakes in its own material, particularly in its flagship professional development courses. I ensured the material for these qualifications was correct, consistent and clear. I am happy to work with established agency guidelines/house styles or to draft from scratch if necessary. Either way, I work quickly and accurately, to deadline and to budget, without ever losing sight of the brand, the objective - or that crafty little typo others might miss. KEY SKILLS • strong command of English language spelling, grammar and punctuation • extensive direct marketing agency experience • expert eye for formatting and presentation • scrupulous attention to detail • commitment to consistency and clarity • InDesign, Word, PowerPoint, Acrobat, Photoshop SOME CLIENTS Institute of Practitioners in Advertising BUPA Cromwell Hospital APN Training Home-Start Southwark Capio Reading Hospital Reading Voice Clinic Bank of Montreal Family Assurance National Blood Service Canadian Tourism Commission ActionAid BAA Sainsbury’s WWF
Horwich, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Leo Adam Biga - Freelance Article Writing & Content Writing
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5.0
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My professional brand is: ”I am an award-winning cultural journalist writing stories about people, their passions, and their magnificent obsessions.” If you are looking for top-notch writing help with articles, newsletters, press releases, company or family histories, biographies, historical narratives, scripts, and other writing products, then I offer my gallery of work as proof that I can deliver the goods. My publication writing is for newspapers and magazines, most of them based in Omaha, although I have written for out state and state-wide publications as well as for a few national publications. Many of Omaha’s leading publications, corporations, and organizations have hired me to execute writing projects: Omaha World-Herald Creighton University University of Nebraska Medical Center Valmont Industries (through David Day & Associates) University of Nebraska at Omaha Nebraska Jewish Historical Society Omaha Public Power District Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Company Opera Omaha My rates are competitive. Depending on the assignment or commission, I charge a per project or per hour fee. If you haven’t already, visit the About Me page. Find more useful information at my LinkedIn page- www.linkedin.com/in/leoadambiga You can contact me at: 402-445-4666 leo32158@cox.net The following resume provides a fair overview of my writing career: LEO ADAM BIGA’S RESUME Leo Adam Biga • 10629 Cuming St., Omaha, NE 68114 (402) 445-4666 • leo32158@cox.net Goals: • I look to apply my superior writing expertise to publications, organizations, institutions that value the written word and strive to be market leaders and community anchors. Capabilities: • I bring to the keyboard extensive experience as a working journalist, with more than a thousand published articles, on a wide array of subject matter, to my credit. If I am best known for anything it is for the cultural writing/reporting I do. I have written for both general interest and niche magazines/newspapers based in Omaha and in surrounding markets. I have also had work published in some national publications. I exemplify the strong work ethic for which Midwesterners are famous. The breadth and volume of my work, plus the longstanding relationships I have enjoyed with clients, speak to my being highly reliable and adaptable. • In addition to straight journalism, I also write public relations/marketing copy. Whatever the assignment, no matter its subject or length or intended audience, I take a serious, considered approach. Freelance Portfolio – Selected Newspapers/Magazines: Contributor to: Metro Magazine, 2008-present Omaha Fashion Magazine (2010) Omaha Weekly Reader (The Reader), senior contributing writer, 1996-present Jewish Press, 1998-present New Horizons, 1994-present El Perico, 2006-present Omaha Magazine, 2006-present Encounter Magazine, 2006-present B2B, 2007-present Omaha World-Herald, special sections, 2008-present Past contributor to: UNO Alum, 2006-2009 Omaha City Weekly, 2006-2009 Norfolk Daily News, 2007-2008 Grand Island Independent, 2007-2008 Nebraska Life Magazine, 2006-2008 Omaha Star, 2005-2007 The Black Scholar, 2007 Medium, 2003 The Daily Record, 2003 Omaha Weekly, 2000-2002 Nebraska Sports America, 1999-2001 Inet Library, Inventive Communications, 1999-2000 American Visions, 1996 Kidz!, 1996 Woodmen, 1991-1995 Home & Away, 1993 Midlands Business Journal, 1989-1990 Metro Update/Metro Monthly, 1989-1990 Newsletters: Happenings, College of Education, UNO , 1992-2001 Child’s View, Voices for Children in Nebraska, 1995 Inflight, Inflight Productions, 1990-1991 Connections, Catholic Health Corporation, 1990-1991 Bravo, Opera Omaha, 1990 Public Relations/Marketing: Qwest advertorial campaign copy, Omaha World-Herald, 2010 Various Omaha World-Herald special sections stories, 2008-2009 University of Nebraska Medical Center, press releases/newsletter copy, 2006 Children’s Hospital, magazine stories, 2004 Valmont Industries, via David Day & Associates, OneValmont magazine articles, 2004 St. Patrick Catholic Church, press releases, 2003 Preston Love Sr., press releases, 2001 Clarkson Hospital, Discover Magazine stories, (1990s) Omaha Public Power District, special edition OPPD Flash Magazine, articles, 1996 Family Service of Omaha press releases, 1996 Nebraska Methodist Health System, Inc., Healthplex Magazine articles,1989-1995 Web Publishing Company, Denver, Co., press releases, 1995 American Red Cross, Materials Task Force brochure copy, 1993 UNO College of Education, College of Excellence video script, 1993 Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau, City of Surprises campaign copy, 1991 With Graphix Group for City of Omaha, City of Excellence campaign copy, 1990 Books: Memoirs of a Nervous Man, unpublished original nonfiction novel, 1990 • In-progress: Biography of Mark Manhart, commissioned by Mark Manhart; history of the Douglas Theatre Company, Legacy Preservation; history of Omaha Jewish grocers, Nebraska Jewish Historical Society • Proposed: The making of Alexander Payne’s next film; biography of David Johnson; history of the Wesley House; the theater life of Jo Ann McDowell; Omaha’s Black Sports Legends; Nebraskans in film Scripts: The Brandeis Story, documentary, with Oberon Entertainment, for Nebraska Jewish Historical Society, 2008 Pacesetter corporate video with Inflight Productions, 1990s More Major Works (Non-fiction): My 13-part, 50,000-word series Out to Win: The Roots of Greatness focused on Omaha’s African-American sports legends. A local cultural center and I are eying it as the foundation for an exhibit, a documentary, and/or a book. Recently, I have written major historical pieces related to: Boys Town; the Omaha civil rights group, the DePorres Club; the work of Shirley Goldstein in the Free Soviet Jewery movement; the Omaha Stockyards; the Great Plains Black History Museum; the 1960s race film A Time for Burning; and the African-American Empowerment Network. In 2009 I accompanied a group of Omahans to the Obama inauguration in the nation’s capital and wrote a cover story on this embedded experience. Since 1997, I have had published 15 in-depth stories on filmmaker Alexander Payne. I went on assignment to document the making of his movie Sideways. My latest Payne work concerns his new film, The Descendants. My stories will help inform a book about Payne’s creative process that the filmmaker himself has asked me to write. I am currently querying agents and publishers. For a decade now I have documented the stories of Holocaust survivors and rescuers for a number of Omaha publications, particularly the Jewish Press. I continue seeking out and telling these stories and the remarkable individuals behind them, including a profile of survivor Kitty Williams in 2009 and an anticipated profile of survivor Ilona Burk in 2010. 2010-2011 will mark the completion of my biography about Mark Manhart and my history of the Douglas Theatre Company. I anticipate starting a couple new book projects by the end of 2010 or beginning of 2011. Notables: My list of notable interview/profile subjects is a long one, and includes many locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally prominent figures from various fields. Among these luminaries are Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Grammy, and Pulitizer winners, recipients of honorary degrees, humanitarian and lifetime achievement awards, hall of fame inductees, Fortune 500 CEOs, noted entrepreneurs, artists, authors, media professionals, educators, scientists. (Fiction): Shallow Feeders, an in-progress original play, 2008 Crazy Quilt, an unproduced original feature-length screenplay, 1995 Related Experience: Albers Communications Group, Media Liaison, 2006, crafted and pitched press materials for Albers’ client Home Instead Senior Care iSqFt (Construction Software Technologies), 2004-2005, did construction reporting for online-based firm UNO Athletic Department, Sports Information Assistant, 1988-1989, wrote press releases, newsletters, et cetera Joslyn Art Museum, PR Specialist, 1984-1988, wrote press releases, PSAs, newsletters, brochures. Handled media liaison duties. Produced commercials. Organized special events, including a Western film festival and a revival of Douglas Fairbanks Sr.’s The Mark of Zorro with live organ accompaniment. Community Service: New Cinema Cooperative, Board Member/Publicist, 1987-1991, programmed and promoted select alternative film program that showcased a program of about two dozen American independent and foreign features each year UNO Student Programming Organization, Film Consultant/Publicist, 1979-1987, programmed and promoted a large weekly film program that exhibited anywhere from 60 to 100-plus features a year, running the gamut from classic world cinema to contemporary American independent and foreign films, including scores of festivals and thematic series Education: B.S., Journalism, University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1982 Recent Awards: 3rd Place, Feature Series, Nebraska Press Association, 2008 1st Place, Best Magazine Feature, Omaha Press Club Excellence in Journalism Competition, 2007 2nd Place, Best Magazine Feature, Omaha Press Club Excellence in Journalism Competition, 2006 2nd Place Tie, Excellence in Personality Profiles, American Jewish Press Association, 2004 3rd Place, Single Feature Story, Nebraska Press Association, 2003 1st Place, Single Feature Story, Nebraska Press Association, 2002 Additionally, my work has appeared in several award-winning special editions of various publications. Blog/Website: leoadambiga.wordpress.com My blog is a showcase of my cultural journalism. Other than doing Google searches with my name, it's the best place to find my published work. Testimonials: “I’ve long admired Leo Biga’s journalism and prose portraiture for its honesty, thoughtfulness, and accuracy. On a personal note, throughout many years of being interviewed, I find Mr. Biga’s articles about me to be the most complete and perceptive of any journalist’s anywhere. They ring true to me — even in critique — in a way that reveals the depth of his talent in observation, understanding, and expression.” Alexander Payne, filmmaker (Citizen Ruth, Election, About Schmidt, Sideways) “Leo Adam Biga portrays his subjects with both precision and generosity, practicing a literary journalism that is enlightening, honest, and immensely readable. His writing is eloquent and provocative, and quite often moving.” Timothy Schaffert, novelist (Phantom Limbs of the Rollow Sisters) “Leo Adam Biga is an astute, conscientious journalist whose interviews and articles have been widely admired for their accuracy, generosity, depth, and perceptiveness. I would position him among the finest of our national reporters on the arts and culture.” Ron Hansen, novelist (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) “Leo Biga personifies one of H.L. Mencken’s more memorable observations: ‘There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.’ Biga consistently teaches and delights, not with showy vocabulary or flashy syntax, but by placing his prodigious talents in the service of his subject and his readers.” Richard Dooling, author (White Man’s Grave and Brain Storm) “Leo is one of the best prepared and most thorough writers I’ve ever worked with. With painstaking detail he builds well-crafted, well-researched stories that are a pleasure to read. Leo is truly one of the finest wordsmiths around.” John Heaston, Publisher, The Reader, 2312 M St., Omaha, NE 68105 “Leo is a talented writer who handles each assignment with passion, style, and a commitment to quality.” Jeff Reinhardt, Editor, New Horizons, 4223 Center St., Omaha, NE 68105 “Leo is one of those inquisitive writers who knows just what probing questions to ask in order to get a fascinating story. He provides the Jewish Press with a behind-the-scenes look at people doing extraordinary things in their lives.” Carol Katzman, Former Editor, Jewish Press, 333 So. 132nd St., Omaha, NE 68154
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Kraig Rasmussen - Freelance Comic Art, Sci Fi Art, Book Illustration, Architectural Illustration, & Children's Book Illustration
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Independent/Self-publisher & freelance illustrator specializing in both comic books and fine art illustration. Seeking freelance work in illustration, design, or freehand (plus digital) production art. Portfolio available at kraigrasmussen.com and monkeygong.com. -Breakdown illustrator of The Crossing digital comic, written by Jason McNamara, available on the Stela comics app. -Publisher/Creator of Monkeygong Productions. Home of Sojourners, Technopolis, comics anthology White Rabbit Magazine, The Secret Origin of Dylan Drake and more. (all titles and characters copyright Kraig Rasmussen and Monkeygong 2017.) -As a comic book illustrator my emphasis is on Science Fiction, (which becomes more science fact by the day), and historical period epics. Both genres have proven to be so laden with allegory and metaphor, that my study often includes deeper and deeper symbolism, referring me to the likes of Jung, Freud, Campbell, Lao Tzu and more. In addition, I have recently been immersed in the study of propaganda art and media manipulation. -Host of the Storycraft Podcast 2013-present -At, APE, the Alternative Press Expo, Oct. 2010, in San Francisco, I delivered an hour long seminar on "Story Craft". It was the first in a series of lectures/open discussions about the ins and outs of building a story for film or comics, from the ground up. -Volunteer/Member/Contributor to the Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco, and the Cartoon Art Museum Sketch-a-thon -Screenwriter/Director with one property on the market and in competition for a Nicholl Fellowship, and another seeking financing. -Educated in Fine Art Illustration at the Academy of Art, San Francisco. -Versed in Mac OS, Adobe CS, and MICROSOFT OFFICE. Other education and study includes writing, history, philosophy and martial arts (Chinese, Japanese, Muy Thai, kickboxing, JKD, MMA).
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Tyra Sherese Peterson - Freelance Paralegal & Virtual Assistance
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Master of Arts Degree - Social Justice Paralegal Certificate Bachelor of Arts Degree - Communications 25 years experience as a legal professional - Judicial system - Private law firms - State government - Non-profit organizations Affiliations - Chicago Volunteer Legal Services
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Lauren Brown - Freelance Fantasy Art & Book Illustration
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As an illustrator and graphic designer, I seek to use my strong illustration and design sensibilities to push the envelope and create a cohesive package. As a digital and traditional artist, I do not limit myself to only a few fields: I explore editorial, advertising, children's books, book covers, and many more areas where my design or illustration skills can be utilized. As a recent graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design and an employee of Floyd County Productions (the animation studio responsible for the FX show, Archer), I have been molded to have a professional and diverse mindset; I also have learned to work quickly and efficiently. For more examples of my work, please visit my website at http://labillustration.com, or my blog at http://labillustration.blogspot.com.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Jade - Freelance Ad Design & Digital Art
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My name is Jade, but I often go by JT. I am a freelance writer, and I take pride in my literary works. I never had many strong points in school, but when it came to typing, and writing on a certain subject I was always an amazing student. I dig deep into the subject I am reporting on, get all information possible, and only use facts in my works as compared to other writers who use opinions. I don't just write though, I do other things such as digital art, ad's, and info articles. Let me know what you need, and we can see what happens.
Villa Rica, Georgia, United States