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Nico Grunenberg - Freelance German Translation & Blog Writing
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My name is Nico Grunenberg and I have always loved writing. I'm going into grade 12 after the summer, and plan on studying English in university upon finishing High School. I was born in Germany, but moved to Canada on January 7th, 2007. I am fluent in both English and German, so I can translate anything from English to German and vice versa. If you're a student in high school and you need an...
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Saskia - Freelance German Translation & Editing
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Nicole Eichhorn - Freelance German Translation & Translation
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Milton Samis - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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6259 Selkirk Terrace (250)709-7733 Duncan BC. V9L-0A6 milt@masmaiia.com Milton Aaron Samis OBJECTIVE To have gainful employment in an artistic field SUMARY OF QUALIFICATION • Six years experience teaching 2d and 3d digital animation • Consistently received outstanding student and facility evaluations • Developed several course outlines and core lesson plans • Self accomplished in over fifteen software packages • Trained others to become efficient in same software • Adept problem solver, aiding in students and staff assignments • Effectively managed a cohesive class room environment • Instructed technical material as to be purposeful and easily understood • Successfully presented several public workshops • Excellent in public speaking SKILLS AND ABILITIES • Skilled communicator • Proficient with Maya Unlimited, 3d Studio Max, Character Studio • Extremely capable Flash and Director animator • Adept compositor implementing several motion graphic, paint, and non-linear editing software packages such as Photoshop, Aftereffects, and Premiere • Gifted 2d or 3d animator • Talented artist and painter • Marvelous teacher Page 2 WORK HISTORY Digital Media Contractor BC Provincial Gov. 2007-2011 Animation Instructor Pacific Design Academe 2008 Animation Mentor Gulf Island film School 2008 Owner and Operator Banner Madness.com 2005-2007 Animation Instructor CMIT 1999- 2005 Web Animator laurieharrisdesign.com 2005 Animator and Designer Transport Seating Technology 2002 Angle rd. Stapylton Queensland Web Designer/Animator Contractor 1998- 1999 EDUCATION Graduated C.A.C.E program at the University of Victoria 2008 Graduated with honors from the Graphic and Animation program at Computer Master Institute of Technology 1998 HOBBIES Writing and recording music Training and teaching Martial Arts Life Long Learning REFFERENCES Will supply references on request
Victoria/Duncan Canada, British Columbia, Canada
Captain Marzipan - Freelance Logo Design & Graphic Design
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CAPTAIN MARZIPAN is an original creative company based out of New York City. Arranging parts in a way that is most efficient, attractive, and/or meaningful, we are engaged in the process of design to create new icons that are universal in nature. Icons enlarge communication within the community of viewers. ("A picture says a thousand words") Freshness of aspect, design, and style. Originality. Please contact CAPTAIN MARZIPAN for quotes pertaining to your creative needs.
New York, New York, United States
Mia Juntara - Freelance Multimedia & Document Design
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Mia Juntara SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (206) 778-1234 A Seattle native, writer, artist, and advocate, making art for social causes. My background includes work with government as well as non-profit organizations. I am conversant in Italian. __________________________________________________________________ PROJECTS Capstone Project, 2001 My senior public art project, Sleep *****, was noted in an article of the Daily, a campus journal published for students at the University of Washington. Indian Child Welfare Fundraiser, 2009-2010 For two consecutive years I provided graphic design and marketing assistance to the DSHS Office of Indian Child Welfare for the purposes of hosting a fundraiser for micro-funds. Combined Fund Drive Juried Art Exhibit and Auction, 2010 I won 2nd place in the 2-D category for a charcoal drawing submitted, entitled “Earth Mother.” The jury included members of the Seattle Arts Commission and proceeds were donated to the Combined Fund Drive. Prayer Wheels Presentation, 2011 A video photomontage and Power Point presentation were donated to a local agency to further the foundation's fundraising efforts; I was responsible for all aspects of the presentation, including the photography and graphic design. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Department of Social Health and Human Services 2006-May 2011 Currently, I am a social worker for DSHS at the Office of Indian Child Welfare for their Family Reconciliation Services program. I am leaving to pursue creative projects. United Indians of All Tribes Foundation- Art Therapist 2005-2006 I completed a clinical practicum as an interning therapist for their counseling program and youth home, which entailed recognizing mental health needs and delivering social service to families. I have participated in adding an art therapy component to existing programs. Art Instructor for Seattle Parks and Recreation Summer Pilot Program 2003 Providing art education for summer pilot program as well as one on one instruction and collaborating with camp director in organizing, planning, and structuring the program curriculum. Intern for 911 Media Arts Center 2002 Administrative Support/Front Desk, which entailed receiving clients, scheduling, data entry (File Pro), preparing and coordinating with guest speakers, billing and payment for classes offered. John Gottman Research Assistant 1999-2001: Family Formation Project at the University of Washington Coding experimental data taken from VHS videotapes of parent-child interactions. I was promoted to a trainer position towards the end of my term. Clinician’s Assistant 1998-1999: Gerry Dawson Autism Lab at the University of Washington Assisting with EEG trials, prepping sites where studies were held, organizing experimenter materials as well as setting up recording equipment for sessions. Case Aide for Social Work Agencies: Non-Profit & Government Funded 1997-2003 Throughout my studies I worked part-time as a registered nurses assistant providing meals, med administration, transportation, hygiene, and companionship for geriatrics, at-risk youth, and disabled adults. INVITED LECTURES AND SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS Guest Speaker For History of Psychology Lecture Series University of Washington 2005-2011 I have been invited several occassions to speak about my experience as a graduate student and interning art therapist. EDUCATION NORTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate of Arts in Psychology Class of 1997 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Class of 2002 Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts Class of 2002 Dean’s List ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY SEATTLE Masters Program 2003-6 Clinical Psychology with Art Therapy
New York, United States
Debbie Scott - Freelance Website Design & Page Design
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I specialise in production and the design of affordable tailor-made websites for start-up and small businesses. I know it can be expensive to start up and run a business so I try to work with my clients and their budgets and also offer a couple of different payment methods, however I am no longer allowed to accept monopoly money after a stern telling off from my bank manager.hehe
Haverfordwest, United Kingdom
Alexis Smith - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Portrait Painting
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In the past 35 years I have been sketching and designing fashion. This extensive experience gives me and edge over others. When looking at my sketches you will find the drape and texture of the fabrics over the body to be true,colors to be vivid,models are classic in form not upstaging the clothes they ware. Key descriptors of all my art are: Full of emotion, exciting,and fresh.
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Tom R. Chambers - Freelance Photo Editing & Digital Art
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Tom R. Chambers is a documentary photographer/visual artist, and he is currently working with the pixel as Minimal Art (Pixelscapes). He has over eighty exhibitions, off- and on-line, to his credit. His "My Dear Malevich" project has received international acclaim. Chambers was Visiting Lecturer in Digital/New Media Art for the Fine Arts Department at Zhaoqing University, Zhaoqing, China, 2005 - 2007. He joined the Department to develop and teach a Digital/New Media Art Program. He was invited by the National Institute of Design [NID] in Ahmedabad, India to conduct a three-week, New Media Art workshop for its New Media Design graduate students. The workshop culminated in the exhibition, NMA@NID. Chambers was Executive Committee Member and Juror (2003 - 2005) for the International Digital Art Awards (IDAA). He was instrumental in expanding the content of the IDAA to include New Media Art, and served as on-line New Media Director (2004 - 2005). He was also instrumental in helping to bring the 2005 IDAA Exhibition to Beijing, China under the auspices of the Beijing Film Academy. He was invited by the Fine Arts Department, New Media Art, Beijing Film Academy, Beijing, China, April 8, 2005 to give a retrospective lecture, Dyer Street Portraiture to Pixelscapes. He organized and curated two hyperlinked photo exhibitions for the PhotoForum membership under the auspices of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), New York, U.S.A. Chambers completed a three-year tour (1993-1995) as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Harare, Zimbabwe, Africa as Art Conservator/Curator for the National Gallery of Zimbabwe and as the Initiator/Instructor of The McEwen Photographic Studio for the National Gallery Art School. He was invited by the National Gallery of Zimbabwe to exhibit Variations On The Dan Mask (December 1995; officially opened by the U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe) Chambers received a U.S. Government Grant via the United States Information Service (USIS), Harare to exhibit Southwest Of Rusape: The Mucharambeyi Connection at the USIS Gallery (June-July 1995; officially opened by the U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe; and accepted as a part of the USIS Archives Permanent Collection). His mixed media/interactive work, Mother's 45s was selected through national search for exhibition as a part of the Parents show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A. (1992). American Photo magazine listed one of his documentary projects, Dyer Street Portraiture in its March, 1986 issue. His documentary project, Descendants 350 was shown throughout Rhode Island, and accepted by the Secretary of State (Rhode Island) as a part of the Rhode Island State Archives Permanent Collection (1990) (received a Governor's [Rhode Island] Proclamation). Chambers founded and directed a not-for-profit, photographic arts organization and gallery, Viewpoint, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A. (American Photo magazine reviewed one of the exhibitions at the gallery in its April, 1983 issue) (1982-1983). He also founded and directed a not-for-profit, photographic arts organization, Photoreach, Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A. (1990). He also served as an Advisory Panelist for the State of Connecticut Commission on the Arts (U.S.A.) to determine funding for residency programs. http://tomrchambers.com
Houston, Texas, United States
Sukitai - Freelance Book Illustration & Art
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Lithonia, Georgia, 30058 Sukitai Young Concept artist Career Objective Get into the industry as a concept artist and being able to learn and grow as an artist. Provide high quality drawings on a timely fashion. Provide Creative and original concepts and ideas. I’m capable of working on a team to complete a project on a timely fashion. Work experience Smart academy 01/2011 - current - Project manager /instructor. Ryla 10/ 2011 - 1/ 2011 -Customer service representative. Accomplishments · President of the ASA (Art Student Association) -Responsible for organizing events to promote game art education. -Responsible for directing ASA members. Skills · Concept Art -Character design -Environment design -Matte Painting -Accessory/Weapon design -Storyboarding · Modeling -Hard surface modeling/Organic modeling · Animation -Character Animation Software -3D Studio Max -Adobe Premiere (working knowledge) -Autodesk Maya (working knowledge) -Adobe Flash (working knowledge) -Adobe Photoshop -Adobe Illustrator Education BSC Westwood College, Atlanta, GA 2010 - (Currently enrolled) MLK High School Lithonia, GA, 2007 -References available upon request-
Decatur, Georgia, United States