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Hidayat Halim - Freelance Writing & German Translation
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I am an engineering student in Germany and I am currently pursuing my studies in Computer Engineering in Berlin, Germany. I would love to get this job offer since I am working to pay through my college fees therefore I will surely take this job seriously. I am able to write about 5, 500 words articles per day. Experience: I’ve been a freelance or ghostwriter for about a year under numerous...
Köln, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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Leslie Merrill - Freelance Script Writing & Television Production
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Leslie is an award-winning television host with close to 30 years of experience in the media and entertainment industry. She began her career as a television news anchor and worked in numerous major markets. Spanning three decades, her on-air experience has ranged from broadcast news, television show host and on-camera corporate spokesperson, to hosting several award-winning series of nature documentaries, live medical webcasts, supporting film roles and more. Her voice can be heard in countless national television and radio commercials, as well as corporate videos and advertising for hundreds of political candidates. Some highlights of Leslie’s broadcast career include winning a National ACE award for a sports comedy cable television show; she was the Court Reporter on the nationally syndicated daily Court TV show, JUDGE MATHIS; and was the Executive Producer and host of a regional tourism show in Pennsylvania. As President of the Merrill Advisory Group, Leslie has consulted for a wide variety of clients, specializing in executive media coaching, communications, public and government relations, as well as fundraising for non-profits. For nine years, Leslie worked for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center as both a television host, and as Senior Consultant for Government Relations. The scope of her work included meetings with President Obama, Vice President Biden, HHS Secretary Sebelius, DHS Secretary Napolitano, US Ambassador to Italy David Thorne, with the White House for the G-20 in 2009 and more. Leslie also initiated a system-wide effort in collaboration with Wounded Warrior Project to recruit and provide veterans with meaningful employment opportunities. Leslie regularly hosted community events and served on numerous Boards and committees throughout the region, including the Military Affairs Council, Pittsburgh International Airport (community liaison,) the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium and more. During the 2005 Base Realignment And Closure Commission (BRAC), she wrote, produced, directed, hosted and presented the video to the commissioners at the national hearing, which helped save the 911th Airlift Wing, (Airlift Mobility Command.) Prior to her leadership position in government relations, Leslie served as the Director of Public Relations for UPMC Health Plan, serving as spokesperson and information source for all media contacts, managing the development, implementation and coordination of all internal and external communications and public relations, and establishing a leadership role for UPMC Health Plan throughout PA, including the Rendell Administration. Leslie is most passionate about her social-minded work, particularly with Veterans and animals, volunteering in various capacities as an advocate for our Nation’s Bravest, including her work the Military Affairs Council, and serving on the Board of Directors of numerous humane societies throughout her television career; no-**** animal shelters, the Pittsburgh Zoo, the national Pig Placement Network, and also as a Director on the Board of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. Merrill has had a life-long passion and dedication to providing disaster relief work around the globe, and her quick response to the desperate and immediate need for help in Haiti in 2010 was no different. She successfully coordinated the first rescue mission to Haiti just days after the earthquake, arriving on the first non-military aircraft to land in Port-au-Prince. She and her team evacuated 54 orphans and returned them to the safety of their newly adoptive families in the US, Spain and Canada. She and her son, Herbie, made five subsequent medical emergency trips in the following months. Leslie has worked continuously since August, 2017, providing relief to the victims of Hurricane Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Dallas, Texas, United States
Tumi Poen - Freelance Fiction Writing & Children's Book Writing
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I am a positive, pro-active person who approaches tasks with diligence. I enjoy working and interacting with people and believe that a positive attitude towards others achieves positive results. The positions I have held have gained me tremendous experience, skills and knowledge, enabling me to excute the task at hand with not only enthusiasm, but with precision and accuracy. I believe in myself and greatly strive to achieve results, even if it means getting lost in the process. The only way we can find a new route and gain experience, is by being diverted along the way and being prepared to take chances. Writing is my passion.
South Africa
Damon Renthrope - Freelance Caricature Art & Mural Painting
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Beautifully funny, quick, and accurate caricatures for any event by highly-acclaimed artist Damon Renthrope. With 12+ years experience, Damon captures a complete likeness with a huge amount of fun, in a small amount of time. Completing each drawing in 2-5 minutes, Damon offers each guest if they'd prefer a "cute" or a "funny", and each is presented with a professional piece of art, worth framing. He is very flexible to any theme or event, and absolutely loves drawing and working with people of all ages. You'll love your experience, and you'll love the way you look as a caricature from Damon. If needed, additional caricature artists can be provided for bookings.
San Diego, California, United States
Alijeh Thompson - Freelance Audio Editing & Content Writing
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Alijeh Thompson Objective Offering communication, people skills, and a willingness to learn and follow directions. Seeking to apply these skills as a writer or communication field. Skills and Abilities Enthusiastic Team Member Well Developed Leader Proficient Writer and Good with Numbers Education Mount Miguel High School, Class of 2013 Honors and Advanced Placement Classes, English, Chemistry, and U.S. History Volunteer Experience Olivewood Gardens, National City, Summer 2011 Salvation Army, Downtown, Winter 2010 Tradition One, National City, 2008-11 Curbcide Customs, City Heights, Summer 2011 Work Experience Gio Bistro and Wine Bar, La Mesa, Fall 2011 Extracurricular Activities Basketball 2001-011 Photography Class 2011 Construction Technology 2011 References Michelle Cox Education Program Coordinator, Olivewood Gardens (858)204-6949 Jeremy Jenkins Auto Mechanic, Curbcide Customs (619)616-5130
Oceanside, California, United States
Gerald Terado - Freelance Animation & Digital Art
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I'm a pretty well rounded and open guy. Always enjoying bring out the fun out of work and people. I try to be the comic relief or tension breaker. I tend to be very spontaneous, but in a good way. I find humor in farts. But most importantly, I enjoy doing what I do.
Bloomfield, New Jersey, United States
Taylor Robbins - Freelance Drawing & Cartooning
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Hello, my name is Taylor Robbins and I'm a 23 year-old female who has been doing art all her life. In high school I won an award for Excellence in Art and have participated in many artistic charity events such as a Prevention of Child Abuse NC gala and Tsunami Relief commisions charity in Raliegh. I have worked with nearly every medium of art and I'm looking for jobs/work that will better me as an artist, get me exposer, and, most importantly, help people.
Mooresville, North Carolina, United States
Paul Immanuel - Freelance Video Editing & Videography
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I consider myself to be a creative person who is constantly driven to further extend my knowledge. I am competent at writing scripts and have done so for the Royal Mail to aid an educational DVD which I produced. I thoroughly enjoy editing, camera work and audio, it’s something that I want to work with in both my professional and private life. I am highly ambitious and take pride in my work. I’m a great team player and also happy to work on projects alone. I would consider myself to be an asset as I feel I have the ability to visualise what clients are looking for and what will best suit their agenda. This ability allows me to make the most of the planning stage to ensure that I can produce a high quality product. I’ve had great feed back from many people, this makes what I love doing that much more fulfilling. I have no desire to become complacent and will continue to push myself throughout my career. Your’s Sincerely Paul Immanuel
Reading, Reading, United Kingdom
Amit - Freelance Illustration & Digital Art
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Amit Patel Address: 9 Undine st Pakuranga Auckland 1021 Contact details: (Home) 09 95775190 (Mob) 0210446685 Email:apamitpatel00@gmail.com Work link https://www.instagram.com/nimbusoda/?hl=en https://www.behance.net/amit_
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Paul Waters - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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Personal synopsis: I was born in Scotland (June 8, 1947), emigrated to Canada in 1953, and grew up in Cape Breton; I attended high school in Sept-Îles, Que., and university at St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish, N.S. I have worked full time as a journalist in both print and television since 1965. I’m married (1971) and my wife and I have six children. Skills: I’m a good writer, a fastidious grammarian and a darned fine editor (straightening out tortured prose a specialty). I manage people reasonably well, usually in a collegial style but I can lower the hammer when it’s absolutely necessary. I’m also adept at assembling pages using Quark Express and Quark Copydesk and I have recently learned to do the same thing on Saxotech.. I speak serviceable French. Career history: March-June, 2011: I spent just over three months working in Doha as a script editor and writing coach for Al Jazeera English. 2003-2011 – Editorial writer and letters editor, Montreal Gazette: As a member of the editorial board – often referred to by envious colleagues as the “ivory tower” or the “chess club” – I help through debate and study to develop the newspaper’s position on any number of issues, ranging from the war in Afghanistan and the election in Zimbabwe to the performance of the city’s police department in dealing with hockey-playoff riots. I also play an active role in selecting and editing stories for our Opinion page and letters for the ever-popular Letters to the Editor. I was one of three finalists for the 2010 National Newspaper Award (Canada’s Pulitzers) for editorial writing. 1990-2003 – Travel editor, Montreal Gazette: For 12 years I was the envy of my peers, travelling the world on The Gazette’s dime to places as varied as Yukon and Jordan. Many friends and colleagues still wonder why I abandoned such a dream gig, and I sometimes wonder myself. It wasn’t all beer and skittles, though. I produced a weekly section, managed a stable of sometimes unruly freelancers, worried about an ever-tightening budget, and wrote a weekly – and I’m pleased to say – well-read column. I also introduced a number of innovations – a “follow the readers” column, a best-deals feature, a weekend getaway column, etc. – all while reducing the budget by 30 per cent and increasing readership. 1982-1990 – Assignment editor, Montreal Gazette: As a front-line manager of a newsroom of about 30 reporters and feature writers, I organized day-to-day coverage of everything from bank robberies to health-care failures. I also oversaw the two-person legislative bureau in Quebec City. My particular strengths were developing offbeat and overlooked stories and organizing on-the-fly extensive coverage of such major disasters as the Air India bombing of 1985. 1978-1982 – Producer and executive producer, TV news, CBC-British Columbia: I was sent to Vancouver to help unify a warring newsroom and transform the limping and barely-watched suppertime news and public-affairs hour into a modern integrated information program. It was a hard time – dealing with five mutually antagonistic unions, a cumbersome management system, and a market-dominating competitor – but by and large we succeeded, increasing market share with an award-winning program and a minimal amount of blood on the floor. I also produced several stand-alone public-affairs programs on subjects as diverse as incest and phony bankruptcies. 1974-1978 – Writer, editor and producer, CBC national TV news: I worked with such luminaries as Lloyd Robertson, Peter Kent and Peter Mansbridge on The National –at the time the CBC’s premier nightly newscast. I began as a writer on the desk, putting words in Lloyd Robertson’s mouth, and worked my way up to lineup editor. I also did some field producing, most memorably being sent to Montreal in 1976 to oversee the team covering the Parti Québécois’s first election victory under René Lévesque. In my final year in Toronto I was named producer of The National with overall responsibility for day-today operations. 1968-1974 – Reporter and writer, Montreal Gazette: I began covering court and became something of an expert on the criminal organizations that operated Montreal’s gambling and ************ rackets at the time. I went on to become a general-assignment reporter and feature writer, covering among other things, the police strike of 1969, the Parti Québécois’s first election campaign of 1970 and the subsequent FLQ crisis that October, the inquiry into organized crime of 1972, and the expropriation of farmlands for the no defunct Mirabel Airport, the mistreatment of children in custodial care, etc. I spent my last year as the legislative correspondent in Quebec City. 1965-1968 – Reporter and editor, Sherbrooke Daily Record: For decades this little newspaper in Quebec’s Eastern Townships was the closest thing Quebec had to a journalism school. It was here I honed my skills as a writer and reporter, covering fires and robberies, doing police checks, writing features, reporting on municipal politics, etc. I was promoted to news editor, the No. 2 position in the newsroom, at the age of 20 and helped in the transition from hot lead to offset. In my last eight months I served as acting editor in chief – the youngest newsroom manager in the country. .
Montreal, Quebec, Canada