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Jackson Foo - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
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4.5
2 Skills
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Design: My name is Jackson, a senior graphic designer from Malaysia. I have a good experience in the field of design and advertising. I'm familiar with most of the design softwares available. Using everything I've learned so far, applying it in every design required, to help improve your company to a even more branding company. Make your company as a unique and popular brand. Just designs...
Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

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Lisa Buckner - Freelance Report Writing & Fiction Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Hello, my name is Lisa. I'm currently a student at the University of Washington. I had been a News/Feature/Opinion writer for a year on my award-winning high school newspaper, and I have taken spanish classes for six years and consider myself more or less fluent. Contact me if you would like my help!
Seattle, Washington, United States
Wendy Black-Kostuk - Freelance Banner Design & Animal Illustration
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3.0
2 Skills
$100
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WENDY BLACK-KOSTUK 780.466.9220 (H) wendyblack@wendyblackkostuk.com INTERIOR DESIGNER, FACILITY PLANNER, FIBRE ARTIST Facility Planning Full Service Interior Design Project Management Fibre Art Commissions and Installation Event Planning and Design Organization Design & Development Instructing Interior Design and Fibre Art International Interior Design & Project Management PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS University of Alberta: 4 Years 2006-2010 Facility Planner, Programmer and Interior Designer, Office of the University Architect. Responsible for facilitation and consultation with a number of University’s, Faculties and support departments with respect to facilities programming and planning exercises. This included planning and programming space needs, producing space/office/furniture layouts, conducting and/or overseeing interior design preparation of RFP packages for hiring programming and design consultants, managing campus design elements (signage and universal access), engaging university stakeholders in visioning sessions, business cases and developing scope of work and budgets for renovation projects. Wendy Black-Kostuk Fibre Art and Interior Design: 25 Years Principal of my own Interior Design and Fibre Art studio where I worked on residential and commercial design projects and fibre art commissions; first in Edmonton, then in Saskatoon Alberta Housing and Public Works: 6 Years Started as a Junior Designer rising to the position of Acting Director Developed operational procedures and protocol for a large Provincial Government Office Supervised 13 Interior Designers and their consultants for a large Provincial Government office Designed five International projects - London, England; Hong Kong, China; Tokyo, Japan; Project Managed three of them. EDUCATION & AFFILIATION HIGHLIGHTS 1972 University of Manitoba Bachelor of Interior Design 2001-2002 Saskatchewan Craft Council I served on the Board of Directors and as a member of the Awards Committee administering $50,000 in grants (Cultural Industries Development fund) 2000 Saskatchewan Craft Council Juror for new marketing members 1997 - 1998 Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee – Saskatoon Invited panelist for the Heritage Awards Judges Panel. 6 Years University of Saskatchewan Served on the University of Saskatchewan Senate, representing IDAS for six years. 1995 – Present Interior Design Association of Saskatchewan (IDAS formerly IDS) Active Member (One of original founding members). 1994 – 1996 Saskatchewan Craft Council Member of the Board of Directors. 1991 – 1998 Lakeland College, Vermillion AB Member of the Advisory Committee to Interior Design. 11 Years Registered Interior Designers Institute of Alberta (RIDIA) (now IDA) Active Member 1976 – 1977 Secretary/Registrar 1977-1978 Vice President 2011 Interior Designers of Alberta Active Member. 8 Years NAIT Member of the NAIT Advisory Committee for Interior Design Technology. 39 Years Member of Interior Designers Institute of Canada (IDC) AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS 2005 Recipient of City of Saskatoon Heritage Award for restoration of 716 Queen Street; an Arts and Crafts residence which became the office of D. Black Communications. 2005 Finalist, Design Council of Saskatchewan (DCS) Premier’s Awards of Excellence in Design. 2001 Grant recipient for studio equipment from Saskatchewan Craft Council & organization of Cultural Industries (SCC/OCC). 1992 1st Prize winner, Texuba International Design Contest in Venice California. 1989 CARFAC (Canadian artists Representation of Saskatchewan) cash award for logo competition for a venue with the Jeux Canada Games in Saskatoon. SPECIAL EVENTS & VOLUNTEER WORK 2000 Brenda Baker, children’s performer – Saskatoon. Provided costume for children’s performer Brenda Baker. 2000 IDAS Auction 2000 Coordinator, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon. 1999 Riversdale Business Improvement District – Saskatoon. Designed and fabricated a paper-mâché & nylon dragon for the First annual Chinese New Year’s parade. 1996 Fundraising Co-Chair, Saskatoon Elementary school band trip to Red Deer, Alberta. 1995 Coordinator of SCC (Saskatoon Craft Counsel) plate decorating fundraiser. 1993 Conceived and developed craft displays at Saskatoon shopping mall for the year of the craft, as designated by the United Nations. 1992, 93, 94 Hospitality design for Hadassah-Wizo “Silver Spoon Dinner” annual fundraising event with celebrity speakers (Joan Rivers, Andrea Martin & Ivana Trump).
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Juan Medina - Freelance Creative Writing & Spanish Translation
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3.5
2 Skills
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Hi, my name is Juan and i am interested in freelance writing so i can improve my skills and at the same time help others with their writing projects. I have concluded some college work and now i am in the process of acquiring my associate's degree.
Irving, Texas, United States
Debbie Hefke - Freelance Illustration, Multimedia, Book Cover Design, Book Illustration, & Children's Book Illustration
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5.0
12 Skills
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Was born and raised in Seattle Washington. As a young child I was always fascinated with the arts. Through the years I was entered into high school art contest’s and shows and won first prize. I went onto college where I graduated the top of my class with a degree from The Art Institute of Seattle, my major was illustration and computers. Shortly after graduation I got a job working for Humongous Entertainment. I was an on staff artist working on children’s video games. I did everything from cleaning up art work and painting it, to creating new backgrounds. After a time there I went onto managing a team of artists. I hired them and trained them with the in house proprietary software. After five years working with the company I moved to San Diego CA. Where I went back to school and acquired another degree from The Art Institute of San Diego. This time I majored in animation and media arts. After becoming a 3D animator I moved once again to the east coast with my family. Not knowing anyone there and having to find a job I created my own job. I am now currently working freelance around the world with clients in Great Britain, Australia and many other places. My true love and passion is to create illustrations with vibrant colors in any medium required love them all digital and painted with brush and paint. Email Direct DebbiesARTspace@yahoo.com
Chesapeake, Virginia, United States
GothicMoms Reviewer - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
$20
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I have a blog I have developed for Moms' recently, http://gothicmoms.blogspot.com/ that would tell you a lot more. I'm Tiff, some know me as Vampoholic since I've been obsessed with vampires since I was little. Awww.....how I loved the Dark Shadow's from the 80's. I am an aspiring writer, when I find the time, no I have not been published, yet. I love reading all things vampire, as well as other supernatural tales, as long as there are a couple vamps, that do not sparkle or have any fear of bloodshed, thrown in the mix. My eight year old is proving to be just like me, though we all know every vamp induced film is not appropriate for kids, that is what made me want to build this site. I plan on doing some research and finding films and books that we can watch/read, and surprisingly actually enjoy, with our lil spawns. And while doing so, posting reviews on books that will allow us Moms to embrace our inner Gothic self, you know, the one a lot of us hide away now that we have children.
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Lucky Shuminsky - Freelance Auditing & Creative Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$100
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Who is Lucky? A lot of images conjure up when you see me? Yet, without a shade of doubt they is one outstanding image. That is surely of a waterfall! Intimidating, intriguing and above all artistic. This is the very reason why I am into creative writing and Finance..As for my latest project, I have a book coming out at the end of this year. Title: the Exit Strategy:
Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Malize Pretorius - Freelance Landscape Painting & Wedding Photography
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am an art painter, designer framer and photographer from Pretoria, South Africa. I specialize in wedding photography, and my paintings are mostly rustic urban and landscape scenes. My framing work is of an excellent standard. I am available for freelance work in any of these disciplines.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Karen Barton - Freelance Animal Illustration & Art
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4.0
2 Skills
$50
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Karen Barton is an award winning modern portrait artist with over thirty-seven years of professional experience as an artist and educator. Karen is the sole owner and operator of “Portrait Creations” which has received over $6,000 in grant money to assist in developing the business. Her portraits can be found hanging in private, public, and corporate collections nationwide. She has been commissioned to create portraits of executives as well as Senators. Karen focuses mainly on her own commissioned work and rarely enters competitions or seeks out gallery representation, but the events in which she has been involved have earned her considerable recognition. She was a juried artist in the Gillette Centennial Art Show at the Heritage Center Gallery in the Gillette Wyoming Camplex, and was juried into “Millennium 2000?, another group show at that same gallery. That same year Karen was interviewed for a full page article in the Moorcroft Leader Newspaper entitled “Karen Barton: painter of portraits.” She has won the coveted “People’s choice” award in the Spearfish Center for the Arts Juried blue ribbon Competition every time she has entered, and also won the Judges blue ribbon award in 2005. Her winning portraits were “Samantha” “Portrait of Jessi”, “Andrea’s girl” and “Oscar”. Karen was selected by a jury to participate in the 2007, 2008, and 2009 annual Jon Crane and Artisans Benefit Art Auction. Each year of her participation, her auctioned commissioned portrait brought in a substantial donation for the Black Hills Children’s Home Creative Arts Endowment. Karen’s work has also been showcased at the Whispering Pines Gallery in Rapid City South Dakota. This show was promoted in the Rapid City Journal Arts Calendar in an article with photos entitled “Barton’s View of the World”. Karen has had two one-artist shows at the Camplex Heritage Center Gallery in Gillette WY, and one by invitation at the AVA Center in Gillette Wy. The Rapid City Journal also featured her “Images of the Heart” show in their Art’s Calendar with samples of her portraits. Most recently Karen was featured in a special edition of the Newsletter Journal of Newcastle WY “125 reasons we love Weston County” headlining her as “talent in spades” in a full page article which covered her portrait work and included her work as a songwriter/recording artist, and jewelry designer. Among her hundreds of commissions is a portrait commissioned by the CEO of Pinnacle Bank to paint their founder Roy Dinsdale for the grand opening of the Moorcroft branch. This portrait of honor is on display at the bank. Karen is also an experienced illustrator. She is a featured artist in “BookCrossings”. Her portrait entitled “Reading Dr. Seuss” was printed on 50,000 book labels which were purchased and used by their clientele for book exchanges. She also illustrated a book entitled “Butch and the Rooster” by Judy Hess published by Focus Publishing, and produced the cartoon illustrations for a children’s coloring book entitled “Alphatoons” that accompanied a CD of learning songs. Prior to becoming a full time portrait painter, Karen was educated in the field of graphic art, and worked full time as a studio graphic artist, and later while raising a family, a freelance graphic artist. During her career in graphics, among other accomplishments, Karen submitted a logo design which was selected to be used for the Alcohol Traffic Safety Commission in Gillette Wyoming. Her graphic designs and illustrations can be found in various instructional publications and also books for children. Early in her graphic design career she worked as a studio staff artist for Keyes Art Service in Phoenix AZ which supplied advertising artwork for businesses and companies nationwide. Aside from her commissioned portrait work, Karen was selected to participate in the painting of a fiberglass horse in Gillette, WY for an Easter Seals fundraiser auction. The horse she painted was sold and mounted on the porch of the historic Sheridan Inn in Sheridan, WY. Karen was also commissioned to paint an image of a trail drive and a vintage stock train on the sides of a fiberglass longhorn steer for a permanent installation located at the interstate 90 exit into the town of Moorcroft to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the town. She was later honored with an award from the Wyoming Historical Society for her work on the steer. A photo of the steer was also featured on the cover of the WREN (Wyoming Rural Electric News) for August 2014. Karen, by invitation, represented Wyoming in the Annual Basin Electric Convention in Bismarck North Dakota. Karen’s portrait style has been influenced and inspired by Daniel Greene, Margaret Carter Baumgartner but her love of portraiture actually began as a child. She was always easy to entertain with pencil and paper, and soon began to draw her surroundings cultivating her ability to see with an artists eyes. Drawing from life has always been her preference and so her ability to draw a recognizable portrait was the result of an enormous amount of practice. Karen chooses to paint using a photo as a reference but this decision stems more from a desire to accommodate her clients than from a dependency upon photos. As well as being a highly skilled modern portrait artist Karen is also an experienced teacher. Through the years Karen has taught a number of group and private lessons in drawing and portraiture to children and adults alike. These classes have been taught both independently and through AVA, Gillette’s art center, and the public school systems in her region. Local elementary school teachers have regularly utilized her art teaching skills in their classrooms to enhance the educational experience of their students. For example, Karen organized a 2 day workshop at the Moorcroft, Wyoming Elementary school to fulfill a visual arts grant requirement of “children creating art”. She has also been invited to speak to the students at Upton, and Gillette High Schools on numerous occasions including their “career days” and a week long portrait workshop for the students in the art department. Karen lives in Buffalo, Wyoming at the foot of the beautiful Big Horn mountains with her husband Bill Barton.
United States
Aaron McArdle - Freelance 3D Animation & Book Illustration
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2.5
2 Skills
$14
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I have recently graduated from Bournemouth University with a (2:1) degree in Computer Animation Arts. The position I am seeking is modelling and texturing artist. I have a versatile artistic style with a passion for character and environment design and storyboarding. I intend to work in the games industry as I feel it is now at its most exciting stage in the history of games and the only limit is our imagination. I have a considerable knowledge of modelling in Maya, texturing in Photoshop and sculpting in zBrush. One of my great interests is the human anatomy and I have excellent life drawing skills. My influences cover the whole spectrum of art, from Caravaggio and Hopper to Frazetta and Moebius. Games have always been a big part of my life, since the Commodore 64, right up to the PS3 and the Xbox. I have always been interested in the design of games as well as what makes great gameplay. I am most interested in the way that games instantly project you into another world, the design, the characters and the worlds they inhabit, the sound effects, lighting, atmospherics and all the little details, which make the gaming experience more realistic. Every project I am involved in is approached with a hard but enjoyable work ethic. I am creative and imaginative and inspired by creative people. I have great communication skills and I am very capable of meeting deadlines in a demanding work environment. I hope to hear from you soon.
Torquay, United Kingdom