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Sebastian Karagiannis - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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I am a experienced editor having workers for some of the largest publishing companies in the world. Whilst I am no longer working full time in the business, I am looking at doing a small amount of work in the area. Please contact if you have any questions.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Jonathan Haynes - Freelance Animation & Graphic Design
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I am a computer graphic artist mainly experienced in cartoon artwork, including animation. I do most of my work with Adobe Flash but also use other software and physical mediums when necessary to attain a certain style. I am partial to monochromatic color schemes. Cartooning, in its many forms, is a passion of mine that I hope to build a career from and use to continually brighten others' days! Work Experience: Commissioned Animator, Children's Hospital Association Freelance T-shirt Designer Freelance Flash Animator
Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States
Rian Coetzee - Freelance Video Editing & Videography
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I'm a video editor and videographer, I have mainly worked on weddings and corporate projects, but also have UK experience in a TV studio which had a channel on Sky. I do audio editing, video editing, motion graphics and more. I have a Final Cut, Mac Pro studio and Panasonic avchd pro camcorder.
Mpumalanga, South Africa
Charles Miller - Freelance Graphic Design & Digital Art
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PROFILE • 10+ years experience with Photoshop, Passion for design and the willingness to go over and above to complete work on time and correctly. • Talent for bringing fresh perspective without losing the customers original intent. • Producing exceptional results within a short period of time. • Published in Altercations Magazine, Austin Chronicle, Houston Free Press, Houston Press, San Antonio Current, Waterloo Records, Rank & Revue Magazine, and Whoopsy Magazine. SKILLS Design: sales, ad design, logos, all aspects of cd/dvd layout, posters, window clings, photography, photo restoration, packaging Operations: meeting tight deadlines, supervising staff, project management, working with clients, maintenance. Software: Mac & PC, Adobe Creative Suite 6 for Mac, especially Photoshop 6.
Lake Jackson/Austin/Houston, United States
Janeva Mullinax - Freelance Graphic Design & Ad Design
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A professional artist most of my life, I regard computer graphics as another paintbrush in my arsenal. I am a professional photographer, writer, poet, fine artist (drawing, painting, engraving, sculpture), and have exhibited in New York and Chicago. Creating is when I am most happy, and I look forward to bringing your ideas to life. Adept in PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, PowerPoint. Skilled photographer, writer, poet, published author.
Washington, United States
David Chartock - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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EXPERIENCE: 11/02- Present: EDITOR/WRITER/PUBLICIST/PUBLISHING CONSULTANT Information Resources Responsibilities: Provide editorial, research, public relations, sales, copyediting, copywriting, prospective client draft proposals, brochures, web content, marketing ideas & solutions, services and publishing (including start-up) consulting services to magazines, newspapers, newsletters (both online and print), PR firms, small, medium and large companies, and trade associations on a per assignment, project or contract basis. Accomplishments: Bylined news and feature stories for a business/lifestyle national magazines, trade publications, association publications; case studies and collateral marketing and web copy for corporate marketing departments and associations; brochure and marketing copy, ad copy; publishing consultant for two community weeklies, a monthly trade publication and a niche-oriented publication; a b-to-b business publication; assistance with publication start-ups; sales for trade association publications; research for marketing firms and associations; in-house and outbound PR and media relations, including press releases, pitch letters, ghosted stories for PR firms’ clients in more than 30 specialized magazines and newspapers; press release drafts and media placements, writing PR firm prospective client proposals; writing RFPs, RFQs, SOQs; provided fund-raising ideas for an association. Topics have included finance, economic trends, IT, technology, computers and software (including reviews), marketing, healthcare, lifestyle, real estate, retailing, distribution, construction, engineering, architecture, interior design, small business needs, business management techniques (Six Sigma), publishing, news analysis, marketing, merchandising, trend stories and more. 6/89 – 11/02 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF & WEB CONTENT EDITOR New York Construction News The McGraw-Hill Companies Responsibilities: To supervise and oversee the publication from start to finish; serve as a liaison with production, the sales staff, and the industry-at-large. This includes writing news, features and editorials, serving as web content editor for the publication's Web site, and serving as an "expert" source and guest speaker for and about the industry. Accomplishments: I reformatted the publication, first in a tabloid format, then as a four-color magazine, increasing both industry coverage and readership, making the publication the "forum" for the industry. I also established a network of prominent contributing editors, coordinated the launch of 19 new rotating monthly columns in the tabloid, established the Heavy Construction & Equipment section, Environmental page, annual and monthly special sections to help generate new revenues, established the publication's first editorial calendar, established a new format for special sections which increased revenues. I have written house ads and promotional copy for Special Sections. I established the publication as a resource for the outside media; as a model and editorial resource for the McGraw-Hill Dodge Construction Publication (DCP) network and other company publications. I wrote computer hardware and software reviews and other national stories for the DCP network and other McGraw-Hill publications. I advocated a proactive Web site early on and conceived of and developed concepts that attract visitors. Earnings: 65,000/year + $8,000 in quarterly bonuses) (I also served as contributing editor to Manhattan Real Estate Exchange and as a consulting editor to New York Casting (through October 9, 1992). Served the Manhattan-based Public Relations firm of Spencer Rubinow as a marketing consultant and vertical market (pcs) freelance writer for eight years.) Awards: Recipient 2002 Corporate Achievement Award for 9/11 coverage, Recipient 2000 Industry Leadership Award from the Society for Marketing Professional Services. 6/84 - 5/89 SENIOR EDITOR Computer & Software News Lebhar Friedman Responsibilities: Assist and direct new staff members in gathering news and a building network of sources. Assist other editors in the writing, coordination and closing of their sections. Write over 20% of all editorial copy including news, features, new Merchandising, and Product/Technology columns. Wrote 120 consecutive, unique, weekly marketing pieces as the New Products Editor. Consistently maintained industry rapport. Accomplishments: Broke more exclusive news stories in this fast-paced industry than any other editor. Created, launched and maintained computer industry's first op-ed page. Selected by the Editor to institute and develop "Target Market" studies that became special sections. Selected to do first "making of a sale" story. Contributing Editor to "Accounting Today". Awards: Distinguished Journalism '85/'86/'88, Best Personality Profile, '85, Winner, Godfrey M. Lebhar Award for Journalism Excellence, '88. 8/82 - 1/84 MEDIA SPECIALIST AND PUBLIC RELATIONS WRITER Visiting Nurse Service of New York Responsibilities: Supervised 14 staff reporters. Responsible for expansion and maintenance of press relations; execution and placement of news and feature stories; writing and coordinating internal/external publications; editor of employee newsletter. Chief reporter for fund raising tabloid; agency photographer. Liaison with printers and typesetters. Accomplishments: Created the non-profit’s first employee newsletter. Achieved placements in daily newspapers and national, industry-related magazines. Even got TV and radio coverage for special events. 6/79 - 8/82 FREELANCE WRITER/EDITOR, PHOTOGRAPHER, PUBLICIST Accomplishments: Wrote news and features about the video game industry, consumer electronics, police identification procedures and numismatics for Vending Times, Home Furnishings Daily, Reward News, Consumer Electronics Magazine, and a wide range of numismatic firms and publications. Served as newsletter editor and publicist for the Federation of Apparel Manufacturers. 11/77 - 6/79 ASSOCIATE EDITOR (Acting Editor) Convenience Store News BMT Publications Responsibilities: Wrote editorials, news, features, maintained and increased industry rapport. Accomplishments: Established and coordinated a national network of over 100 correspondents, restructured the publication's format and created two new sections, increasing readership from 6,000 to 48,000. Covered conventions and press conferences, attended meetings with sales representatives. 6/75-11/77 EVENT PROMOTER Responsibilities: To establish and promote numismatic and philatelic expositions within antique shows at the New York and Nassau coliseums. Accomplishments: Increased antique show traffic by helping make show a total family destination; marketing one show as “show of specialists,” for another, introduced new $2 bill to NYC before President received his in early 1976; secured media and trade coverage. 6/74-6/75: ASSOCIATE EDITOR Audio-Visual Communications magazine & VidNews Newsletter Media Horizons, Inc. Responsibilities: write news, features, departments, copyedit. Accomplishments: Wrote news and feature stories, including cover stories. Copyedited and proofread copy. Wrote publications’ departments. Job offered based on internship with firm’s Government Data Systems, Reprographics Engineering and In-Plant printer magazines.
Bayside, New York, United States
Jeremy Gonzalez - Freelance Comic Art & Digital Art
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4.0
2 Skills
$80
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Hello and welcome. I am a self taught illustrator that specializes in comic art. Penciling and concept art. Inking, both traditional and digital as well as digital coloring. I also have a background in graphic design. Please take a minute or two to go through my portfolio and view some samples of my art. I have done sequential comic book work, graphic design for business cards and advertising. I am currently interested in expanding my portfolio with more diversity.
Orlando, Florida, United States
Roxanne Rose Thornicroft - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Book Cover Design
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4.0
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$25
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I am a creative person. I have been creating characters all my life. I love finding a description of a being and drawing what I would think they look like. I LOVE books and spent a lot of time with my nose in a book. I am obsessed with collecting books, I have 100s of them.... I am the mother of two lovely/monstrous girls, who tend to be my inspiration with life in general. I haven't been so lucky as to be a illustrator but have always loved the idea, since I was a young girl. If given the chance I would go well above the expected level of attentiveness. I have a diploma in digital photography, in which I studied for over 2 years. I have a small business with that, during my course I studied graphics design and also technical photoshop. I also have a business selling my handmade goods. Here you can meet a few of my characters.
Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Customizedsongwriter Mike McCracken - Freelance Children's Book Writing & Song Writing
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Customized Songwriter Mike McCracken Need a song for your love and tears. I am like a psychologist. People tell me their story and I write their song and their song is the cure. I did this all my life. I wrote customized songs and sang them on the radio in Chicago and LA for 5 years. I am well published. You can hear some of my songs on the website above. I am looking for a contract with a music company. I have over 160 songs registered with BMI. I own 200 % of the rights. My Book Love and Tears is full of these songs and why I wrote them. Email me with your email address, and I will send you my book. It is very copyrighted. I am willing to relocate and hourly rate is negotiable for a company. Your customized songwriter Mike McCracken PS customizedsongwriter is my word on the Intenet
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Sly - Freelance Songwriting & Music Composition
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5.0
2 Skills
$100
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Objective To create award winning songs and music for independent and established artists, films & television shows Composing Experience (Songwriter: www.thevehicle.ca) 2009-2012: Signed an 8 song co-publishing deal with Sound of Pop in Canada 1982-Present: Over 200 songs written and co-written Licensed songs to television shows 2006-Present “Finally Found You” – Naturally, Sadie (Family/Disney Channel) “I Will Wait” – Naturally, Sadie (Family/Disney Channel) “Don’t Care” – Life With Derek (Family/Disney Channel) “Don’t Start” – The Latest Buzz (Family/Disney Channel) “Don’t Start” – MVP: The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives (Global) Film and Television Compositions 2004: Composed music for Breaking - short film on Bravo! 2003: Co-created music for Zen Turkey - short film on CBC 2000: Co-created underscoring for 4 episodes of The Gavin Crawford Show on Comedy Network 2000: Co-created theme for Sky Animation House production demo Theatrical Compositions 1985-Present: ****** Musical - songs and libretto written (work in progress) 1986: No Guarantees Musical - songs and underscoring composed and produced 1985: Bloodsong: A Vampire Musical – semi-professional production mounted in Toronto by Chameleon Players 1985: Bread & Soft Clocks Play - co-created Improvised incidental music 1985: All the Laws of Nature Play - Overture and underscoring composed and produced 1984: Bloodsong: A Vampire Musical - songs and underscoring composed and produced Classical Compositions ”The Conjuring” – for string orchestra ”Aladdin’s Lamp” – for soprano voice, piano & violin ”In Memoriam Jim Thomson” – for Chamber Orchestra with Choir ”Scorpion Nocturne” – for piano ”Fantasy Romance” – for piano ”Cuivenen” – for harp ”Lament” – for contrabass & piano Performing Experience 2008: Solo performance at NXNE - guitar and vocals 2003-07: Michael Kulas (formerly of James) - bass and back-up vocals 2003-07: Katie Griffin - bass (performed on The Mike Bullard Show) 2000-03: Mommy - bass and back-up vocals (2003 Budweiser Band) 1998-00: The Vehicle - band leader, lead vocals, bass, and songwriter 1996-98: Om - bass, back-up vocals, and songwriter 1995-96: The Fish – bass, back-up vocals, and songwriter 1993-94: Passion Nation - bass, lead vocals, and songwriter 1987-89: University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra - double bass 1987: Blue Champagne (Musical) - double bass for professional Toronto production 1984-87: Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra - double bass Awards & Scholarships 2013: Song of the Year songwriting competition - finalist 2011: Song of the Year songwriting competition - semi-finalist 2010: Song of the Year songwriting competition - Suggested Artist 2007: 14th Annual Billboard World Songwriting Competition - 2nd Place (pop category) 2005: Song of the Year – runner up 1987: Scarborough Excellence in Education Award - outstanding achievement in musical composition (No Guarantees) 1987: Kiwanis Music Festival - 1st place for Double Bass Performance in an Open Class 1987: Kiwanis Music Festival - 3rd place for “Lament”, an original composition in an Open Class (solo instrument or solo instrument with accompaniment) 1987: Kiwanis Music Festival - 3rd place for “The Chakras”, an original composition in an Open Class (full orchestra) 1985: Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra - scholarship recipient 1985: Sears Ontario Collegiate Drama Festival - merit award for original compositions (All the Laws of Nature) 1984: Sears Ontario Collegiate Drama Festival - special adjudicator’s award and merit award for original compositions (Bloodsong: A Vampire Musical) Education 2001-02: Vocal training with Mitch Seekins (Hawksley Workman, Margo Timmins) 1987-89: University of Toronto - B.A. performance degree program (double bass) 1987: Royal Conservatory of Music - grade 6 piano (first class honors) 1986: Royal Conservatory of Music - grade 2 rudiments (first class honors) 1983-89: Royal Conservatory of Music - private double bass instruction with John Gowen (Toronto Symphony) Original Scriptures 1993-Present: Twenty-six Shakespearean-style sonnets (two published by The International Library of Poetry) 1987: “Let's Tangle in Paris: A Spiring Spoof” - A one act comedy stage play (performed by the Cedarbrae Drama Club in 1989) 1986: “Airwaves” - Radio comedy play Instruments Double bass, fretless bass, electric bass, guitar, piano & keyboards, ukulele, drums and voice (also studied clarinet, flute & saxophone) Professional Affiliations SOCAN member (ASCAP in US) CMRRA Publishing Sound of Pop Music (www.soundofpop.com) 8 song co-publishing deal Other Interests Graphic art and web design, board & card gaming playing and design Discography 2010: The Vehicle – DigiTales 1997: The Vehicle - Devotion 1994: Passion Nation - “Passion Nation” (EP) 1993: Passion Nation - Days Behind in Life
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada