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Peter Sansom - Freelance Wedding Photography & Event Photography
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4.5
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I am passionate about the art of the image. Art photography ..... And experienced in many of the art fields... printmaking, murals ...
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Philile Nzimande - Freelance Event Photography & Journalistic Photography
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3.0
2 Skills
$150
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i'm a higly creative spirit with multiple talents in the arts field, i'm a writer, and photographer, and a journalist by proffession.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Nyembezi - Freelance Fashion Photography & Event Photography
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i am a film studant looking for any job available at this moment
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Maryna Lategan - Freelance Event Photography & Commercial Photography
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I am a Professional Photographer in JHB area.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

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Lucia Adams - Freelance Writing & Grant Writing
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Lucia G. Adams 1340 N. Astor Street Chicago IL 60610 312-640-9117 lgadams1@gmail.com 2008 – 2010: Development Director/Grant Writing/Special Events Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago Organized gala fundraiser on April 24, 2010 grossing $100K. Initiated educational program for K-12 students to enable learned society to qualify for corporate and foundation grants. National Endowment for the Humanities and Mellon Foundation grants. 2006-2008: Development Associate/Corporate and Foundation Grants Maryville Academy, Des Plaines, IL Wrote grants for childcare organization including to the Brach Foundation, the Topfer Foundation, the Visiting Nurses Association Foundation, the United States Golf Association Foundation. Served on benefit committee of Guardian Medallion galas. Wrote Maryville Voice newsletter. 2002-2006: Writer/editor Manhattan Media Group, New York, NY Wrote articles on philanthropy, real estate, design, architecture, for AVENUE magazine and several community newspapers. Art reviews of major museum exhibitions. Editor-in-chief of Dish du Jour magazine. 2001-2002: Development Consultant The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum Researched available federal, state, municipal, corporate and foundation grants for the new museum. 1995-2000: Legislative Aide/Press Officer Alderman Burton F. Natarus, Chicago City Council Researched and wrote articles, city ordinances and Council resolutions for member of Chicago City Council. Extensive press coverage obtained. Organized fundraising events. Op-ed articles in Chicago Tribune focusing on landmarks preservation, building, zoning and employment issues. Letters in New York Times. 1991-1994: Marketing Manager/Communications Consultant Dunbar Furniture Company, The Merchandise Mart Created a successful strategic marketing campaign during company takeover and relocation. Designed and implemented international architecture and design exhibitions, architecture lecture series, architectural auctions; created corporate association with The Nature Conservancy. 1982-1992: Community Development Planner Cook County Department of Planning and Development In response to federal RFP from Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Labor wrote and coordinated housing and employment grants including Project Chance, the Rental Rehabilitation Program and Project Self-Sufficiency then pilot programs. Extensive research in Federal Register. Monitored progress over cycle of grants. On site visits, stewardship reports. 1980-present: Writer Long bibliography of published articles and commissioned biographies, editor-in-chief of River North News and Spotlight Chicago. Playwright (for further information please inform.) SPECIAL EVENTS Board of Directors, Friends of the Chicago Public Library (now the CPL Foundation); Co-chairman, Literary Arts Ball VI with John Kenneth Galbraith Board of Directors, Concertante di Chicago, wrote successful grant to the MacArthur Foundation; organized special events, press parties, media coverage Co-chairman , ” Polo for the Prairie 5” for the Illinois Chapter of The Nature Conservancy; organized architectural drawing auction. Benefit Committee “Polo for the Prairie 3.” Co-chairman, “An Evening with Jacques D’Amboise” for Maria Tallchief’s School of Chicago Ballet at the Racquet Club. Coordinator, “A Salute to Father Clements” for Frontiers International at the Fairmont Hotel. Special guests: Mike Tyson and Don King. *Served on countless benefit committee fundraisers; organized press parties; silent and live auctions; created lecture series. EDUCATION B.A. summa *** laude, English, University of Wisconsin, Madison M. Phil., University of Leeds, Yorkshire, U.K.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Beauty Bragg - Freelance Article Writing & Annual Report Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
$40
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Beauty Lee Bragg EDUCATION Ph.D., English (2004), University of Texas at Austin. M.A., English (1998), University of Texas at Austin. B.A., English (1994), University of Southern California PUBLICATIONS Refereed Journals “Feminism and the Streets: Negotiating Gender in Urban Fiction” Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International Volume 1, Number 2 (Winter 2012), pp. 237-255. With David Ikard “Introduction” Special Feature “Intersections: Race and Gender Ideologies, Flannery O’Connor and Alice Walker” Flannery O’Connor Review, Volume 6, 2008, pp.56-58. “The ****** and the ************ in Chicana Rap: J.V. vs. Ms. Sancha.” Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism Volume 7, Number 2 (Spring 2007), pp. 1-21. With Louis McFarland. Edited Collections “History (Deposed) by Percival Everett: An account of race, writing, and post-soul aesthetics in A History of the African American People (Proposed) by Strom Thurmond” Accepted by Keith Mitchell and Robin Vander (eds),Percival Everett: Writing Other/Wise, Xavier Review Press, forthcoming. “Edwidge Danticat’s Breath, Eyes, Memory: Historicizing the Colonial Woman.” In Carol Marsh-Lockett, and Elizabeth West (eds) Literary Expressions of African Spirituality, Lexington Books, 2013. Reference Collections “The Autobiography of My Mother (Jamaica Kincaid). Masterplots II: African-American Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2008). 1,500 words. “Baby of the Family (Tina McElroy Ansa).” Masterplots II: African-American Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2008). 1,500 words. “The Interruption of Everything (Terry McMillan).” Masterplots II: African-American Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2008). 1,500 words. “Ngugi wa Thiong’o.” Magill’s Survey of World Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2009). Revised biography, analysis, and bibliography sections, added an entry on Wizard of the Crow and created a new section, “Discussion Topics.” Book Reviews “Writing the Future of Black America: Literature of the Hip Hop Generation. Daniel Grassian. Colombia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 2009” MELUS The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the U. S. Volume 35.1 (Spring 2010). “Bambi Haggins. Laughing Mad: the black comic persona in post-soul america. Rutgers University Press, 2007”. The Journal of Popular Culture. Volume 42.1 (February 2009). “Susan Gillman and Alys Eve Weinbaum eds. Next to the Color Line: Gender, Sexuality, and W.E.B. DuBois” Gender Forum 18(2007). On-line and Other “The Importance of Speculation, or Octavia Butler as King Figure.” Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life. Issue # 76, “Race and Culture.” 1100 words, in keeping with the journal’s mission of appealing to broad audiences with brief, direct articles. “Quiet as it’s Kept: Rap as a Model for Resisting the Academy.” with Louis McFarland. Black Arts Quarterly. Winter, 1998. TEACHING and OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Consultant. NEH Faculty Awards Panel (American Studies). Washington D.C. August 2010. Made recommendations regarding selection of grantees. Interim Coordinator, Women’s Studies Program, Georgia College & State University. 2008 to 2010. Responsible for scheduling of classes, developing programming, recruiting and advising minors. Associate Professor, Georgia College and State University, appointed Fall 2009. Assistant Professor, Georgia College and State University, appointed Fall 2003. Courses Taught: America’s Diverse Cultural Heritage, African American Women’s Literature, African-American Cinema, Multicultural American Literature, Comparative Literature, African American Feminist Thought and Culture, Critical Approaches to Literature (a graduate level course), African American Literature, Introduction to Black Diaspora Studies, Single Author: Jamaica Kincaid, Single Author: Percival Everett, Hip-Hop Culture and Literature, The Writings of W.E.B. DuBois ( a graduate level course), Women in Society (Introduction to WMST), Race and Gender in Latin American Fiction Instructor, Center for the Applied Study of American Ethnicity, Colorado State University, Spring 2003 Africa and the African Diaspora Instructor, American Cultural Studies/Women’s Studies, Colorado College, Summer 2002 Art, Politics and the Woman of Color Riley Scholar in Residence, hosted by the American Cultural Studies Program (formerly American Ethnic Studies) and the Department of English at Colorado College, 2001-2002 Afro-Caribbean Women’s Literature and Race, Class, Gender (a team-taught course) Instructor, American Ethnic Studies, Colorado College, Spring 2001 Race, Class, and Gender (a team-taught course) Instructor, Ethnic Minority Studies/Department of English, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Spring 2001. African-American Women’s Literature and Women of Color: Image and Voice Instructor, Department of English and Foreign Languages, University of Southern Colorado, 1999-2000. Western World Literature, Contemporary African American Literature and Composition 102 Assistant Instructor, Department of English, University of Texas, 1998-1999. Black Literature Assistant Instructor, Division of Rhetoric and Composition, University of Texas, 1996-1998. Freshman Writing and Topics in Freshman Writing Teaching Assistant, University of Texas, 1995-1996. World Literature, Texas Literature, African Literature and Film MEMBERSHIPS National Women’s Studies Association American Studies Association
Milledgeville, Georgia, United States
Katy Berezny - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Katy Berezny has been an online freelance and ghostwriter since 2006. She has several articles published online whether it be through ghostwriting or freelance. Not to mention, Katy has a published book of poetry and is currently working on a non fiction book about emotional abuse. Katy spends her extra time with her three kids, being a full time student in her forth year of college and is an active member in her church. She loves sports and socializing.
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Lee Mei Xian - Freelance Drawing & Illustration
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am Malaysian and I am studying in Nanyang Academy Of Fine Art (Singapore) . I am majored in illustration. I am about to graduate next year with diploma certificate. I am able to master Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator and Corel Painter.
Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Wisecrazyowl - Freelance House Architecture & Writing
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1.0
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Every open minded and unique person that thinks way outside the box in many ways, I have ton of screenwriting ideas and I have five house blueprint designs that I draw myself and I see thing from an ever logical common sense prospective for many reasons!
United States
David Hong - Freelance Voiceovers & Comedy Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
$8
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Oh my. You stumbled upon my profile. Well, pleasure to meet you! My name is David Hong, I am currently a freshman in Miami Dade College and begin a part time job hopefully A.S.A.P. I am known to be a friendly person with everyone, I understand people and detect others' emotions instantly, and work well with others. I'm also known to be pretty funny. Gee, I hope so. Honesty is the best policy! I have patience and will take the time to assist anyone with any work and would gladly teach them any of my skills (of course, payment would be highly appreciated. After all, I AM here to look for work), including parkour/freerunning, martial arts, guitar or piano, voice acting (I myself am still looking for work, however studied extensively on it), writing, dancing, etc. Currently, I am mostly looking towards working as a voice actor or stuntman, film acting would be nice too. Please contact me through this website if you would be interested in me!
Hialeah, Florida, United States