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Brian Houdek - Freelance Website Design & Graphic Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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I’m fluent in HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, PHP and JQuery. I’ve built websites using strictly HTML and CSS but I’ve found WordPress is a better solution for most clients. I also have experience building successful eCommerce websites based on the Magento and WooCommerce platforms. I host all the websites I create on a reseller server, which means every website has it’s own control panel. This is...
Naperville, Illinois, United States
Kyle LeMeiux - Freelance Graphic Design & Caricature Art
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4.5
2 Skills
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My name is Kyle "Pants" LeMieux and I'm a diversified artist that specializes in the utilization of space to convey an idea, emotion, or general message. I've been practicing art since I was 13, and started Fancy Pants Artistry as a stage for freelance design in 2012. Honestly, art has and always will be my greatest passion. I've helped create character design concepts for a video game (of...
Naperville, Illinois, United States
Sean Rakidzic - Freelance Album Design & Graphic Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$10
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Naperville, Illinois, United States
Erin Gerke - Freelance Brochure Design & Graphic Design
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3.0
2 Skills
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Naperville, Illinois, United States

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Raquel De Oliveira - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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4.0
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Raquel De Oliveira Summary I am seeking to secure a position within the Australian media. I am passionate about writing and all things news and have my own published magazine articles. I have held an editor position in one of Australia's forefront magazines. A consistently dependable team player, I thrive in a high-pressure environment, enjoy the challenges of meeting deadlines and managing a team, and am comfortable researching, writing and editing on a wide range of topics. I am currently a freelance journalist. Education APM College of Business and Communication Nth Sydney, NSW Bachelor of Journalism Current: 2011 University of Sydney Bachelor of Arts majoring in psychology Sydney, NSW Graduated: 2009 Employment History BELLA MEDIA Publishers of Australian Cosmetic Surgery Magazine ACSM Double Bay, Sydney, NSW And Bella Beauty Magazine Junior Editor and P.A. 2007 Responsibilities Editing and proof-reading of magazine articles Research content for magazine Dealing with other magazines and media networks Liaising with publishers and printing companies All relevant P.A duties to Editor in Chief Achievements Publishing of my first magazine article Further extended knowledge of the Australian Media Strengthened experience in feature and article writing, dealing with publishers and exposure to the world of journalism. Current Australian driver licence held References James DeBono Sales & Service manager NRMA INSURANCE *Additional references available upon request
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Fernando - Freelance Android Programming & Programming
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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Technical Skills: Java (J2SDK, Android, J2ME & J2EE) C, C++, VC++ SQLite, SQLServer, Oracle, MySQL Apache Tomcat, JBoss Object Oriented design, MVC, HMVC Bluetooth & Wi-Fi Direct programming Unit Testing Continuous Integration Eclipse, NetBeans, Android Studio, Visual Studio Ant, Subversion, Git Education: PhD in Computer Science BSc in Computer Science (Hons) Employment: Research Assistant (current) Software Engineer (Java, Android, C++) for 3+ years
Bundoora, Victoria, Australia
Julie Tews - Freelance Proofreading & Children's Book Illustration
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$20
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EDUCATION Ripon College, Ripon, WI B.A. *** Laude, Liberal Arts with Major Emphasis: Studio Art/Art History, May 1981 University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI Elementary Education Licensure (Grades 1-6), June 1994 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Elementary Art Teacher, TCCES, St. Mary’s, Menasha, Wisconsin and St. Gabriel’s and St. Margaret Mary’s, Neenah, Wisconsin December 2002 to present Responsible for the complete art program for 400+ students from Kindergarten thru the Fifth Grade. Design and implement the process-oriented curriculum fulfilling both National and Diocesan standards of Art Education. Summer School Consortium, Ripon Area School District, Ripon, WI June-July 2009 and June-July 2010 – Kindergarten through Second Grade Designs on Disney Summer Program Teacher Son-Sational Summer, TCCES, Neenah, WI June-August 2008, 2006, June 2004 Served on the design committee to create the first annual summer educational enrichment program for area students K thru 5. Also worked with the teaching team to serve the students throughout the summer. Drama Instructor, Appleton Area Consortium, Highlands School, Appleton June 2005 Introduced drama and public speaking activities for two sessions of K - 5th grade students. Students also produced simple paper backdrops and costumes and hosted a public performance session for families during each session. Activities Coordinator, Juliette Manor, Berlin, WI September 2001 to December 2002 Responsible for creation of programs, activities, care planning, charting, and staffing for up to 90 residents, team leader for four activity assistants, creation of two separate daily activity calendars and monthly newsletter, booking performers, recruitment and training of volunteers, member of management, budget, and quality assurance team. Director of Children and Youth Ministries, Algoma Boulevard United Methodist Church, Oshkosh, WI February 2000 to June 2001 Responsible for Sunday Church School, Wednesday Night Alive Mid-Week Program, Mission Trips, and Fund Raising for youth from age two through high school. Wrote curriculum for two through six year olds to correspond with the learning in the first through eighth grade Workshop Rotation focus. Each week of the month the students rotated to study the same subject from a different modality and style of learning. They utilized environments such as computer lab, puppet theatre, cinema, Bedouin encampment, art center, and kitchen. Executive Director of the Mc-Comb Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma, WI October 1999 to June 2001 Responsible for the day to day operations of the small rural center including planning seasonal schedule, supervision of the box office volunteers, grant writing, promotion, public relations, advertising, booking performers, coordination of the technical staff, facilitating the performers during their stay, and coordination of the various schools usage of the theatre space. Curator of Education of the Paine Art Center, Oshkosh, WI October 1996 to May 1999 Co-wrote, coordinated, and scheduled the “Van-Go Museum on Wheels” educational outreach program that was instituted into the Oshkosh Area Schools curriculum for fourth grade students. Expanded this program into an educational enrichment program for the senior citizen audience. Wrote curriculum for and implemented “Art-Eco Camp”, a one-week summer day camp for youth that integrated art and nature. Initiated “Paine Pals”, an art club for children ages six through twelve designed to promote awareness of and appreciation for the arts. Researched and wrote a script featuring the childhood of Georgia O’Keeffe titled The Wisconsin Years which was then dramatized and performed while featuring slides of her work for the Wisconsin Sesquicentennial. This was performed first at an Art for Lunch event and then moved into the junior and senior high school audiences. Scripted, co-hosted, and produced a series of horticultural educational programs for viewing on the local cable access Oshkosh Channel 10. Created an educational audio tour to accompany the Animals in Art exhibit in the Main Gallery that focused on art related vocabulary and comparisons of differing media and styles. Scheduled and coordinated the training of the Art Center Docents. Planned, developed, solicited exhibitors, and installed The Collection Connection exhibit in the Main Gallery featuring the collections of over forty area youth. Assisted in the selection and installation of both traveling and collection exhibits in the Main, Contemporary, and Showcase Gallery. Created life size renderings of antique engravings to complement a porcelain collection of harlequin figurines. Also was responsible for the development and implementation of all museum related educational workshops, lectures, and special events for all ages. Private Tutor, February 1995 to October 1996 Developed curriculum and instructed a teenage at-home student focusing on the obtainment of his G.E.D. Elementary Intern, Nicolet Public School, Menasha, WI Spring Semester, 1994 This was a contractual student teaching position involving primarily first and third grade students. The school population was very diverse and consisted of over half at-risk students, which provided the need for a strong motivational and behavioral focus. This school was site management based so served as part of the leadership team. Awards National Award for Innovations in Education, Catholic Schools for Tomorrow, March 2005, Philadelphia, PA Our Health and Wellness Team (4 members) designed and implemented a new initiative at the three elementary schools called Moving with the Spirit. The focus is on the whole child: mind, body, and soul. It contains three components that take place during the school day and the last one is the home connection. Professional Affiliations/Committees - Current and Past NAEA – National Arts Educators Association NCEA - National Catholic Education Association WPN - Wisconsin Presenters Network EDCOM - Museum Education Committee - Wisconsin Co-Representative AAM - The American Association of Museums WRAP - Wisconsin Representatives of Activity Professionals Paine Art Center Education Committee Conferences/Continuing Education NAEA Convention, Sheboygan, WI October 2012 Krista McAuliffe Academy, Summer 2012, 2010, 2008 - (Credits thru UW Oshkosh) TASAH (Teachers for the Study of American History), Sept. 2006-Summer 2007 - (Credits thru UW Oshkosh) Presenter - Moving With The Spirit: The Gathering Conference, St. Norbert’s, Green Bay, WI, Oct. 2005 The Effects of Divorce/Remarriage on School Aged Children (Credits thru Viterbo), Appleton, WI, April/May 2005 Emotional Intelligence, (Credit thru Viterbo), Appleton, WI March 2005 NCEA National Convention, Philadelphia, PA March 2005 Education for Healthy Kids Institute (Credit thru Viterbo), Appleton, WI August 2005 and August 2004 Differentiated Learning (Credit thru Cardinal Stritch), Menasha, WI August 2004 Activity Professionals Internet Course, Spring 2002 Alzheimer’s Association, Stevens Point, WI, April 2002 Wisconsin Long Term Care Convention, Stevens Point, WI, October 2001 Workshop Rotation National Convention, Chicago, IL, March 2000 Wisconsin Presenters Network Spring Workshop, Madison, WI, May 2000 Fostering Self Esteem via Theatre, UWO Independent Study (3 cr.), Spring 1999 Emotionally Disordered Youth, UWO Independent Study (3 cr.), Spring 1999 AAM National Convention, Los Angeles, CA, May 1998 Midwest Museum Conference Presenter, Madison, WI, October
Luxemburg, Wisconsin, United States
Magdalena - Freelance Translation & Voiceovers
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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a postgraduate student of Translation Studies at the University of Sheffield; with over 2 years experience in interpreting (public sector) and translation (legal translation; dubbing; medical) from Polish to English.
Normanton, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
andrea Huerta - Freelance Ad Design & Art
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$20
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I am an experienced graphic artist and have completed many projects. I have five years’ experience and have worked freelance for three years. I worked at a local University as a graphic designer in the university center for two years. I designed posters, banner, flyers, post cards etc. for different events and parties. I'm totally committed and passionate about my work and strive to make the client happy with my work. Please give me an opportunity to work with you. Huerta Design Studio offers an excellent product in the following areas of Design: posters, flyers, Leaflet-Logo, Brand Identity designs, newsletter, E-newsletter designs-ads, postcards, custom cards, invitations brochures, book cover designs, calendars, visiting cards, greeting cards design-CD, DVD Cover designs, stickers, label and packaging designs.
United States
Tom Spindler - Freelance Horror Art & Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
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Personal profile I have over eight years experience working within the Entertainment Industry, starting my career as an actor studying at LAMDA, and then transitioning to design, studying at The Central School of Speech and Drama leading into four years working as a full time designer. My development to date has been faced paced and I adapt easily to whatever is presented my way, from running my own design company for three years straight from University to joining one of the leading brand agencies in London. I am passionate about my work and keen to drive new, innovative ideas to push the boundaries wherever suitable. I believe my depth of knowledge within an experiential environment, combined with my creative background and imagination; give me an edge when planning new projects giving me the ability to produce exciting and truly memorable work. Throughout my career, I have worked with a wide range of clients: British Heart Foundation, Dreamies Cat Treats, The London Ghost Festival, ScareCon, M&G Insurance and my most challenging client to date, my audience: The General Public! Employment (References on request) ARTHUR LONDON Advertising Company, Great Sutton Street, Farringdon. October 2009 – September 2011 Role: Junior Designer Projects/Brands: McMillan Cancer, Samaritans, M&G Insurance, Dreamies Cat Treats and British Heart Foundation. I joined Arthur London towards the end of 2009 as a Junior Designer within the Creative Team. Coming from a Theatre Design background it was a new challenge for me to enter an agency working with big brand names and dealing with clients on a daily basis working to tight deadlines. Over the two years, my role included designing all Internet branding and advertising for M@G Insurance, most notably working with ‘The RHS Chelsea Flower Show’ taking over Sloane Square Underground transforming the station into a field of flowers and gateways. In addition to this my other main focus was working to change the design of ‘Dreamies’ Cat Treats, creating a fun brand for cat owners to treat their pets. This opened up opportunities to produce campaigns that stretched beyond digital and I was able to create first hand customer experiences on the streets of London. MERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS Theme Park Design Company, Shepherds Bush. September 2008 – May 2011. Job Role: Freelance Designer: I started freelancing with Merlin Entertainments three years ago whilst still studying, taking charge of all concept designs for the Madame Tussuads Scream Brand. This was great experience working with the second largest entertainment company in the World, dealing with clients, budgeting and customer experience to the max! In 2011 I worked on all concept branding for new Scare Attractions for Thorpe Park Fright Nights and Blackpool Dungeons. Madame Tussuads London: Designs for New Scream Attractions. Madame Tussuads Hollywood: Concept Designs for Scream Brand. Madame Tussuads Berlin: Concept Designs for Scream Brand. Madame Tussuads Amsterdam: Designs for New Scream Attractions. Madame Tussuads Blackpool: Concept Designs for New Attractions. Thorpe Park Fright Nights: Concept Designs for new Scare Mazes for 2012 Halloween Season. London Dungeons: Designs for new Attractions 2010. TOM SPINDLER PRESENTS www.tomspindlerpresents.com Horror Experience Design Company October 2008 – July 2011 Job Role: Creator, Designer and Director. I started my own Experience Company towards the end of University, wanting to create an impact and a name for myself quickly within the industry I focused on creating intense scare experiences that had a no rule policy that really pushed the boundaries of fear! In three years I created five attractions that opened to the public, headlined ‘The London Ghost Festival’ and was nominated for two ScareCon Awards. Each attraction opened received rave reviews and ‘Asylum Hill’ was named ‘The Most Intense and Disturbing Attraction in the history of Scare Attractions’ by hauntedattractions.com Running my own attractions was a massive learning experience for me, Designing all Set and Costume, Lighting and Sound, Casting and Directing Actors (the largest cast being 22 actors) Set Construction and Dressing, Location Finding, Dealing with budgets and deadlines, Designing and Managing my website, Ticket Sales and Stage Management. Creating five attractions by myself and opening them in London, I truly experienced everything possible in staging large-scale events! Tom Spindler Presents Attractions: Asylum Hill 2008 Old Antiques Store, Camden. October 2008 A one-night experience in the heart of Camden introducing ‘Tom Spindler Presents’ to the Horror Genre Industry. Named “The most intense and disturbing attraction in the history of Scare Attractions’ by ScareAttractions.com The Black Cat Shoreditch Town Hall, Shoreditch July 2009 A walkthrough experience following the short horror classic by Edgar Allan Poe, using actors, live art installations and guests guiding themselves through the event space using just torchlight. Asylum Hill 2009 Shoredtich Town Hall, Shoreditch October 2009 An updated version of the 2008 event running over a week during the Halloween season. Taking scares to the next level audience were guided through the Asylum greeted by inmates and taken on a journey through terrifying themed scenarios. MASKS The Metal Works, Angel May 2010 The largest production to date, a live walkthrough experience with 22 actors, running over four floors in an old Metal Works factory in Central London. With modern technology featuring new lighting, sound and projection MASKS broke new ground in the scare experience industry! The Thirteenth Séance 7-9 Crucifix Lane, London Bridge October 2010 A live walkthrough experience plunging audience into the darks realms of witchcraft, exorcism and séance. In almost complete darkness all senses were utilized as audience battled their way through a host of horrifying scenarios to find the exit.
London, London, United Kingdom