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Jessica Visser - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Fashion Videography
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clothing designer!!
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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Linsie Snyder - Freelance Graphic Novel Art & Comic Writing
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This is to serve as a resume for lettering, preferable for comics. Books may be considered upon request. Most comics I have done work for are still in the making and may not be mentioned at this time. I have done work for Toni Dwiggins, in her Science Fiction book Bad Water. I will do one page of your requested work at no cost so that you may get a feel of what I have to offer. I am looking forward to working with you!
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CURRICULUM VITAE CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION July 2009 - August 2011 Ashland University, Ashland, OH Pursued a MFA in Poetry through the university's low-residency program. My thesis adviser was Peter Campion, and Ruth Schwartz served on my thesis committee. My thesis is a collection of poetry. Sept 2005 - May 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Graduated upon thesis completion with an MA in Theology, but the degree is academic approach to the interdisciplinary study of religion. Scott Holland was my thesis adviser. Major academic courses highlights: Films, Novels, & Theology, Modernity, Post-Modernity & Belief, Hebrew, and Religion as a Source of Terror & Transformation Thesis Title: “Re-Mythologizing as a Tool for Postmodern Christianity.” Sept 1999 - June 2005, Wright State University, Dayton, OH Graduated summa *** laude with a dual major of English/Religion (BA). Major academic courses highlights: Creative Writing, Plato Seminar, C.S. 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Samantha Olendi - Freelance Graphic Design & Poster Design
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I am an artist when it comes to the field of design- graphic design, that is. I am also a writer because I find it the simplest way of expressing the biggest things, without much pressure to it...and making sense in someone else's world by painting using words.
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Elizabeth Keays - Freelance Ad Design & Brochure Design
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Schenectady, New York, United States
Andrew Alkema - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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Fresno, California, United States
Kathleen Gilluly - Freelance Article Writing & Journalistic Photography
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I am an experienced journalist having spent the past 3 years writing for the largest weekly paper in Montana, The Anaconda Leader. I can write intelligently on most subjects and I have in-depth knowledge of political topics including land and environmental issues. I love telling the stories of news makers and folks behind the scenes, and I have the ability to translate difficult topics, people or issues into words that are both clear and readable.
Billings, Montana, United States
Natalie Mattox - Freelance Book Design & Digital Art
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Natalie Mattox ***Profile*** Extremely talented, self-motivated, imaginative professional who is always seeking new challenges. Ability to make quick and excellent decisions and organize thoughts in the face of time constraints and full workload. Highly trained in a wide array of artistic mediums. Ability to maintain a well-disciplined and highly motivated team. Collaborative, with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to cultivate and sustain strong relationships within the working community. ***Education*** -University of Tampa, FL — Bachelors of Fine Art, double major in Graphic Design and Painting, 2008 -The Art Institute, Tampa, FL— 56 credits for Graphic Design completed, 2004-2006 -University of South Florida, Tampa, FL— 76 credits completed for Fine Art degree, 1997-2002 ***Skills*** -Graphic Design: Basic and advanced techniques in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator,and InDesign. Experienced on Mac OSX and PC operating systems. Adept in photo editing and page layout with the ability to prioritize projects and responsibilities. photography: Basic and advanced techniques, controlled shooting with regard to aperture and shutter speed. Film developing, darkroom procedures, enlarging and printing. Digital photography and enhancements. -Drawing: Basic and advanced drawing skills and concepts such as perspective drawing, illustration, 2D and 3D drawing, figure and contour drawing. Knowledgeable in all mediums: charcoal, pen and ink, pencil etc. -Painting: Basic and advanced painting: watercolors, tempera, gouache, acrylic, oil and mixed media. Painting techniques, mixing colors, color selection, use of tone and color wheels. Types of brushes, palette knives, brush strokes, using paints for visual effects, etc. -Printmaking: Basic and advanced printmaking starting with monotype or linocuts moving on to screen printing. Tools, paints and photosensitive emulsion. -Communications: Sound knowledge of communication tools, excellent oral and written skills with strengths in editing for all forms of media and internal communications. Ability to prepare comprehensive media materials. -Customer Service: Ability to build productive relationships, accurate account management, timely follow-ups. Pleasant personality, hard-working and dedicated. ***Experience and recognition*** -Freelance Graphic designer, tampa, fl — 2008-present Company logos, flyers, book covers, page layouts, business cards, etc. -Trainer, The Cheesecake factory, tampa, fl — 2006-present Corporate certified server trainer. Includes follow shifts, on job training, written material completion and final server certification. -Sales associate, Bond jewelers,tampa,fl — 2004-2006 Jewelry Sales. Merchandise transfers, requests and deliveries. Special orders and custom design with in house jeweler. _Lead trainer, california pizza kitchen,tampa,fl — 2002-2004 Corporate certified instructor for server classes. Included consecutive day, classroom training with written material completion, hands-on workshop-like setting for role playing and skill building, and lectures. -ISAP-Florida Acrylic painters art Juried show, Tampa, fl— November 2009 Participant with one painting accepted. -University of tampa annual juried art shoW, TAMPA, FL—APRIL 2008 Three pieces accepted. award of Honorable Mention. -The Art Institute of Tampa Juried Student show, Tampa, Fl—May 2006 Participant with two pieces accepted. -University of South Florida Teaching gallery exhibit, Tampa, fl—May 1998 Painting series exhibited. -Academy of the holy names, Tampa, fl— 1996 Yearbook Photography editor -Human rights essay contest, Tampa, fl— 1995 Winner
Tampa, Florida, United States
Christian Wolfgang - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & Digital Art
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Christian Wolfgang is a concept art illustrator, specializing in robotics, sci-fi genre themes, vehicles, and creatures, using 2d and 3d tools. I am currently open for commissions, so contact me at wolfgangmyer@gmail.com. You can see more fun things and in the works projects at... https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christian-Wolfgang/244651812410602
Newport, Oregon, United States
Victoria Dean - Freelance Writing & Content Writing
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Language Arts Literacy and Social Studies Certified Middle School teacher with background in Corporate America. Strong expository writing and public speaking skills. College degrees in History and French.
Mendham, New Jersey, United States