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Taneya Bunton - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
10
Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$40
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Roswell, Georgia, United States
Allen Phillips - Freelance Graphic Design & T-Shirt Design
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3.0
2 Skills
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Roswell, Georgia, United States

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Sandro Pallotta - Freelance CAD & Operations Management
1
Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
$45
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. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY From August 2009 own Flpatterns.com.au February 2009 – August 2009 Patternmaker – Mr. K – Sydney Manual Patternmaker Duties involved: • Creation of manual patterns • Follow the making of the garment • Fitting • Alteration of the pattern August 2008 – November 2008 Spec Technician – David Lawrence-Sydney ROLE PURPOSE Knowledge of and continually develop the David Lawrence quality, and support the team in all aspects of QC and fit. In particular, support Designers to ensure the creative direction is fit for purpose and supports the brand essence, as well as support the Supply Chain team on all technical aspects of garment manufacturing. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES • Have full understanding of the FOB development process from handover to production • Initiate size specifications for each development style • Liaise with Designers to ensure accurate and detailed import packs are clearly marked and understood enabling supplier to deliver accurate samples first time • Access fabric and embellishment limitations and discuss any complicated technical issues with Designer. • Continually strive for a higher standard of sample, to ultimately achieve a fit approved first time approach. • Ensure there is no conflicting of information throughout the development process, assisting the Shanghai Office at every stage to ensure smooth approval and improve sample turnaround times • Attend fit sessions and advice clear detailed comments, include sketches and photos to emphasize problems and support comments. • Measure development samples and review comments (if any) before fitting to ensure all amendments have been auctioned from previous fit • Know the DL critical path system and monitor sample progress • Maintain an open line of communication at all times November 2006 – August 2008 Head Senior Patternmaker – Sass & Bide - Sydney Computer Patternmaker – Gerber System Responsible for RTW & VIE labels, using Gerber System. Manage a team of 3 machinists and 1 cutter. Follow the production for offshore garments (China). Due to my extensive knowledge of Gerber System, I have been appointed by the Gerber Company to be the Beta Tester for the new Accumark version (8.3.3) and future new version. Duties involved: • Creation of the patterns with the input from the designers • Follow the making of the garment • Fitting • Alter the pattern • Grading • Spec for offshore production • Marker for yield estimation • Supervision of machinists (3) involved • Supervision of cutter (1) • Making special patterns and garments for NY Fashion Week and VIP Customers • Implement spec & workflow procedure for the patternmaker room • Beta Tester for new version of Accumark Gerber 8.3.3 (The only one in Australia) • Problem solver regarding China or local production • Import and export DXF files March 2006 – November 2006 Patternmaker – Australian Fashion Group - Sydney Computer Patternmaker – Gerber System Responsible for Sussan & Harrys Scarfe labels, Duties involved: • Creation of the patterns with the input of Sussan & Harrys Scarfe • Follow the making of the garment • Fitting • Alter the pattern • Grading • Spec for offshore production • Marker for yield estimation March 2005 – February 2006 Divisional & Production Manager – The Discovery Group - Sydney Responsible and managing all aspects from the design to the delivery of the finishing garment for Charlie Brown and Princess Charlotte. Duties involved: • Overview the release of the sketch from the designer • Approval of the fitting • Organize patternmaker job • Organize the workflow for patternmaker (1), machinists (3), and cutter (1) • Purchase order • Price negotiation • Liaison with the Chinese and Indian factories • Problem solving for oversea production • Organize local cutting and local production • Link with Gerber Company • Solve problems related to Gerber System • QC for PP sample and bulk production • Create spec (offshore garments) using Harmony software September 2002- March 2005 Head Patternmaker – Dolina Group – Sydney Computer Patternmaker – Gerber System Responsible for Dolina and Mixit labels, using Gerber System. Duties involved: • Creation of the patterns with the input of Designer • Follow the making of the garment • Fitting • Alter the pattern • Grading • Spec for offshore production • Marker for yield estimation • Supervision of machinists (2) involved • Create spec (offshore garments) using App21 October 1997 – August 2002 Head Patternmaker - Charlie Brown - Discovery Group- Sydney Computer Patternmaker – Gerber System Charlie Brown and Princess Charlotte labels, using Gerber System. Manage a team of 3 machinists and 1 cutter. Follow the production for offshore garments (China, India). Duties involved: • Creation of the patterns with the input of Designer • Follow the making of the garment • Fitting • Alter the pattern • Grading • Spec for offshore production • Marker for yield estimation • Supervision of machinists (3) involved • Supervision of Cutter (1) • Making special patterns and garments for Fashion Week and VIP Customers September 1995 – September 1997 Self employed - Patternmaker - Computer Grade Gad System - Ascoli Piceno - Italy Self-employed as consultant for Lectra & Gerber Systems and as a computer trainer. Patternmaker and Coordinator Production Manager for many factories: children, men, women, bride, and leatherwear. November 1990 - September 1995 Head Patternmaker and CAD/CAM (Lectra System) Meg, Bridal Production & Evening Clothing - Ascoli Piceno - Italy Worked closely with the Designer and manage a team of 3 patternmakers, 2 machinists, and 1 cutter. Make patterns for made to measure bride or evening dresses. February 1990 - October 1990 Trainer and Teacher of Lectra System Lectra Systems Italia - Milano – Italy Teacher and Trainer position for Lectra customers, trying to help them to use the computer, optimizing the system and improving the workflow. October 1989 – January 1990 Quality Controller for Max Mara and Marella S.G.S. (Society General Surveillance) - Milano - Italy The right position to work in a team and learn the laws of fashion quality. June 1987 – September 1989 Patternmaker Elisa Sori - Ancona - Italy The first step in the Italian Fashion world, working primarily in the leatherwear. August 1985 – May 1988 Full Time Study in Italy April 1983 – August 1985 Leather cutter & Production Quality Control Ronnies Leather & Fur - Sydney Leather cutter and Production Quality Control, trying to solve some patterns problems. Reason for leaving: Return to Italy to study and do work experience. • Luca Montaldo (CEO of Jacaru Company) - mobile: 0406954063 • William Ramsey (Australia Sales Manager of Gerber) - mobile: 0419 751 212
Casula, New South Wales, Australia
Ben O'Bree - Freelance Photo Editing & Brochure Design
5
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$20
Rate/Hr
I left Turramurra High School in 1983 with a not so great result in my HSC then I took a Graphic Design course, School of Visual Art, Crown St, Sydney, then I got a Diploma in Interactive Multi Media, from Crows Nest TAFE in 2001 with with credits for photoshop. I currently use CS4 InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, to create graphics for print, and Dreamweaver to create websites (http://www.sydneyeyehospitalfoundation.org.au/) and I am learning how to use Flash for animation. Having grown up with a mum, grandfather and great grandfather who were all artists I have been exposed to art and music for my whole life as my grandfather used to make and play his own guitar's and banjo's as well. So when I left school the hardest thing was deciding if I wanted to be in art, fashion, film or music. Luckily my Dad decided moving up the coast and painting for a living probably wasn't the best idea. So off I went to the School of Visual Art, Crown St, Sydney to get some qualifications in commercial art, after a year learning how to create storyboards, illustrate and shoot a bromide I got myself a job doing finished art at a small agency in North Sydney called Livingstone Vale Wells (LVW), then onto the Standards Association of Australia where it was more finished art with some design and illustration, but a very different work environment from an ad agency, I now knew an ad agency would suit me a lot better. Soon after this the Apple MacIntosh Classic came out and my new goal was to work with them as soon as possible, to this end I got myself a job with my old Creative Director from LVW shooting bromides and doing finished art, but he was also using Freehand and Pagemaker to create artwork and set his own type. I was on my way. The short story is that I have been working as a commercial artist for the past 25 years designing and creating artwork and with the advent of Mac and the new software coming out I can now do film, art and music all in the one place. I have always had an interest in music and have played congas and bongos in a couple of bands over the years, we never really had much success but it is an experience that has given me an insight as to how create music using garage band software. I also did an introduction to Jazz Guitar at the Con in Sydney and regularly get out my djembe and join in the local drum circle. I now live on the Central Coast, NSW and share my place with two Border Collies who let me stay as long as I keep the tummy rubs and food coming. Apart from creating commercial art I also do abstract work, mostly in PS and have sold work at an exhibition I held with other artists, apart from this I have started sculpting in wood and hebel brick and have posted work on Red Bubble and Deviant Art. Please check out my portfolio images to view some of my latest work. I started at Armstrongs Advertising in 88 and left in 90 and was a Senior Finished Artist/Mac Operator designing and producing position vacant ads to appear in major metro papers and co-ordinated work through the studio for Crown & Anchor printing, but more importantly it was where I really got some experience on the Mac. Then it was off to Adcell where I produced all artwork for the agency on the Mac and was involved in design, conceptual think tanks and introducing the art directors and designers to Mac technology and software. I then landed at Online Design for three years where I worked on a wide range of accounts from corporate image to packaging, one of my responsibilities was producing artwork for Woolworths Catalogues, this required liaison with both the client and their design/production company. While at Online I also worked on projects ranging from press ads and posters to slide & paper presentations an started doing hi-res retouching as photoshop had now taken over from Paintbox and was moving ahead as far as market share went. Then off to John Singleton Advertising for more Mac work and hi-end retouching which came to a halt due to budget restrictions. I then got lucky and got myself a job as Studio Head at Saatchi & Saatchi I worked primarily on the David Jones Account for their retail division, Team Saatchi. As we had to set up a new studio and computer system I took on the role of Studio Head and it became my responsibility to ensure the system was maintained and running efficiently. I was also responsible for producing up to 30 ads per week for both magazines and newspapers. Along with ads I also worked very closely with their creative teams to create full colour catalogues, account enclosures and a wide variety of small projects. While being primarily employed to work on retail clients I helped out the mainstream agency with some of their projects, due to the nature of the business I was also asked to work on some pitches, these included ALP, Toyota, Vodafone & David Jones, which we won. I started to think about setting up my own graphic design business about this time so I took a position as a Graphic Designer/Production Manager at Worldwide Online Printing where I had the opportunity to develop my communication skills as it involved direct client contact with the client for quoting print work, taking briefs, and ongoing liaison. In conjunction with designing the print work I was also responsible for ensuring quality of the print job and keeping all parties informed of all developments, from client sign off of proof, to the delivery of the printed material. The opportunity to buy a franchise was on the table but I didn't quite have the funds so I declined the offer and moved on.... ...to IdeaWorks where I was involved with a wide variety of projects ranging from press campaigns to Logo design. While having to work to very tight deadlines I also had to maintain the quality of the artwork and jump from client to client and piece to piece. The projects I was involved in are many and varied. Angus & Coote Annual report 2000 and POS • Talon Packaging, Bus sides, bus interiors and POS • Wonderland Bus sides, POS • Thrifty Yellow pages ads, billboards, magazine, press ads and truck livery • Michel’s Patisserie, flyers posters and various bits and pieces • Barbecues Galore, press ads, POS, and catalogues • VW press campaign • Daewoo press campaigns 2000/2001. While working on these and other clients I have used Quick Cut for electronic delivery to publications and a plotted jobs on a large format printer as well as Hi-res retouching and Illustration. Before leaving Sydney I worked at Snap Printing where I was responsible for all studio work. This included producing artwork and some design for all client requests and working with the files sent to us by clients for output to film from various file formats, and producing digital printing from pdf, QuarkExpress, InDesign, Word or Powerpoint. I also liased with clients over the phone, taking instructions for alterations to their artwork. Freelance Between full-time work I freelanced and have had the opportunity to work on many different projects including packaging (Nestlé, Kellogg’s, Sunbeam, Coca-Cola, Smith Kline-Beecham,Tooheys), Point of Sale (KFC, Energizer Batteries, Coca-Cola), Corporate Communication (CSR, Pro Sport), Retail Catalogue (Dick Smith Electronics, Interim Technology Services, Promotional Partners Christmas Catalogue), Advertising (Perpetual Trustees, Harley Davidson Motorcycles).
Buff Pt, New South Wales, Australia
Jennifer Campbell - Freelance Technical Writing & Manual Writing
1
Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
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I have been a library and information professional for seven years. I have a master's degree in library and information studies from the University of Oklahoma and a bachelor of arts from the University of Tulsa. My major area of study was psychology with a minor in English literature. I am the founder of Adage Writing, a technical writing and consulting company. I have 5 years of experience in writing professional materials, manuals, training guides, curriculum, and policies. I research and prepare professional reports. I also copy edit and proofread materials.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Melissa Guillet - Freelance Writing & Poem Writing
1
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
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Melissa Guillet __________________________________________________________________ Education: • Feinstein School of Education, Assessing Student Behaviors, December 2009 • RIDE, Aligning Instruction and Assessment to the RI Grade Span Expectations, November 2010 • Lesley University, Master of Education, May 2006, summa *** laude • Rhode Island College, BS/Art Education and BFA/Painting, May 1999, magna *** laude • Cumberland High School, Diploma with Honors Teaching Experience: • East Providence Public Schools (Aug. 2002 - June 2003, August 2004 - present) - Art teacher K-5, integrating with other subjects and developing teaching materials, artist website • RISD (Jan 2002) - Eskimo art workshop for 6-8 year olds, including dance, music, and storytelling • St. Vincent’s Home (July 2001-August 2002) - teaching and implementing an interdisciplinary art program K-12 for behavior-disordered and learning disabled students • Greater Woonsocket Catholic Schools (Jan. 2000 - June 2000) - long term art substitute, responsible for art curriculum at three schools, teaching 600+ students, grades K-8 • Warwick Public Schools (1999/60 days) - substitute teacher, all grade levels, mostly art • Cranston Public Schools (1999/8 days) - substitute teacher, mostly art • Attleboro Museum (Feb. 98 to 2002) - created and taught classes with different themes, media and focus on various cultures; taught several drawing sessions at the Capron Park Zoo; volunteered for special events; designed pamphlet for Neo-Surrealism exhibit Other Work Experience: • Supervisor (3 years) - Trained and supervised staff at two restaurants. Responsible for organizing shifts, ordering supplies, and improving efficiency of workers. • Thomson National Press/Tomkins/Perkins (1 year plus various summers) - Counted inventory for annual tax audit, data entry to computerize inventory, machine prep on die cut and other machine types • Other Skills: Curriculum Development, Grant Writing, Collaboration, Designing Teaching Materials, Book Lay-out, Poetry, Landscaping, Murals, Carpentry Professional Affiliations: • NEA/RIEA • NAEA/RIAEA • SCBWI (Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators) Awards/Exhibits/Grants: • Artwork in “Drawing Conclusions” juried show, 1995 • College Honors Project: “Echoes from Babel: Interpersonal Isolation in a Postmodern Era” (artwork and thesis paper), 1998 • Feature Poet 1998 to present at various national venues • Artwork at AS220, the Attleboro Museum, the Bannister Gallery, Cafe Mondo, Frontier Gallery, Kraus Gallery, Woodland Spice and Tea, www.gotpoetry.com • International Women’s Day Festival 2002/2003 • Deans List every semester • Published poetry in magazines and anthologies • Cirino Education Grant 2001 • RIPIN Grant 2006 • Rhode Island Foundation Arts in Academia Grant 2007 • ArtsReach Grant 2008 and 2009 • ABC6/ Audubon Poster Contest winner (student work) 2008 • The Power of Art Scholarship 2008 • YAM and RI Alliance for Art Education participant (student work) • Audubon’s “Schoolyard Science for the Urban Ecosystem” 2010 References Available Upon Request
Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Keiran Foley - Freelance Blog Writing & CAD
1
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$16
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I have vast experience writing for many different SEO based companies on a variety of topics, ranging from automotive, technology and health and beauty. I'm working full time as a freelance writer so I have time to commit to working. English is my first language also fluent in Welsh. I have no issues working to strict deadlines or on research heavy projects. University educated with a degree in Engineering
United Kingdom
Laura - Freelance Book Cover Design & Article Writing
0
Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$5
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Laura Ann Lee Objective: My objective is to be able to inspire people, especially those with psychological disabilities that not many cares to recognize or even acknowledge. If it were up to me and not the world, I, Personally, wouldn’t mind if I got paid for my work or not. Because to me, being a well-renowned author and having people tell you how much you’ve inspired or genuinely helped them is the greatest payment of them all. Education: Although I never finished high-school to graduate, I did have a 3.5 GPA all throughout school. I had also made the honor roll a few times, so I wouldn't call myself unintelligent or not qualified for anything because I don't have a certificate saying so. Experience: HubPages have featured two of my articles Awards & Acknowledgements: I've always been the A student when it came to English and Art. My teachers have praised my writing, especially my poetic side. Won an award in 2009 for a costume parade, but I made an alternate version of Belle. I'm always proud of my work and people do seem to like it as well.
Cumberland, Maryland, United States
Isaac Toti - Freelance Blog Writing & French Translation
0
Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
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Isaac Toti P.O. Box 11407 Takoma Park, MD 20913 Objective To ensure my marketing, managerial, customer service and bilingual skills within organizations whose core businesses deal with customer relations, market research, foreign governments, sales, trade agreements between countries and organizations. Professional Communication Skills • Strong ability to plan, to organize, and to lead • Strong customer service skills • Excellent verbal and written skills • Client relationship building skills • Promotional event skills Other Skills • Fluent in English and French • Proficient with all MS Office programs Professional Accomplishments • Implemented and changed company core values with Stan’s • Increased sales by 20% by redesigning antiquated company structure • Established wholesale accounts’ as well as retails’ with Stan’s • Covered major embassies to market pest control services • Coordinated orientation and ongoing training for new employees with Stan’s • Conducted workshops to acquaint employees with company’s new guidelines • Certified real estate salesperson with Prudential • Worked as a brand ambassador manager for a marketing firm, GMR Marketing Professional Experience Marlo Furniture, sales consultant, 2006 to present • Greet and counsel customers to choose the right home furnishing goods • Help customers do credit applications • A follow up will ensue after finalizing the transaction Residents’ Relations Specialist, the Whitney at the Bozzuto Property, December 2005 to 2008 • Exercised excellent customer service skills Leasing Consultant/Logistics Specialist, Post Properties, October 2002 to July 2005 • Leased apartments home to prospects • Effective liaison between embassies and post Properties • Assisted residents with guests and day-to-day issues • Solved residents’ issues efficiently and effectively Sales Consultant, Rentokil Pest Control, July 2005 to March 2006 • Met with business owners on a daily basis to discuss pest issues • Established accounts with businesses • Monitored accounts weekly Market Researcher, Bay International, LLC. April 1999 to October 2002 • Surveyed prospects over the phone to explain products and services • Gathered information dealing with the needs and attitudes of the potential prospects • Made interviews by geographic area, interest groups, and income • Mailed samples or brochures to acquaint prospects with products and services Manager, Stan’s Inc. Washington, DC; June 1992 to April 1999 • Handled all aspects of customer service • Implemented monthly business reports • Led company meetings • Evaluated employees’ performance Ticket agent Air Afrique, Abidjan, Ivory Coast May 1986 to June 1989 • Assisted passengers with international and domestic flights • Made passengers travel arrangements through travel and rental car agencies Education • University of Maryland University College, June 2003 Bachelor degree in science in Business and Management • Montgomery College, June 1999 Associate Degree in Business Administration
Laurel, Maryland, United States
Natalie C Callaway - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a 20 year old lady living in Northern Wisconsin. I have newspaper article, song, essay, and poem writing experience. I also have an interest in many other areas involving voice acting and screen play writing. No job is too large. I work within deadlines. I take direction well. I can't wait to start on new projects.
Duluth, Minnesota, United States