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Mark Nasi - Freelance Graphic Design & Digital Art
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I believe that creativity, education, powerful communication skills and confidence is the difference between bad design and GREAT design. Without these basic skills you have nothing. I take pride in having all four plus many more. My objective with any project is to have the piece create a genuine impact on its viewer. I will go above and beyond to make the whole process the best possible...
St. Paul, Minnesota, United States
Lauren Wade - Freelance Graphic Design & Photo Editing
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St. Paul, Minnesota, United States
Christopher Robert Jacques - Freelance Graphic Design & Digital Art
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St. Paul, Minnesota, United States

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Fawn Perry - Freelance Document Design & Virtual Assistance
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Scotty McCoy - Freelance Editing & Writing
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I am a published author with three books, one of which is a New York Times Best Seller. I am proficient in editing any drafts for any kind of manuscripts, ghostwriting, screenwriting, or anything else related. I have had various book signings and tours through the state of Pennsylvania. If you are interested in having a talented, successful, best selling writer edit or help you write your books, drafts, or manuscripts, please let me know.
Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania, United States
George Means - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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George Stanfield Means 710 Lakeside Ave S. #417 Seattle, WA 98144 206-257-0780 GeorgeMeans@gmail.com ________________________________________________________________________ Education- M.A. in Public History ABT 2008 Washington State University, Pullman, WA Thesis: “Social, Environmental and Industrial Trends in the Coquille Valley, Oregon, 1850-1917” B.A. in History The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA 2003 Areas of Concentration: American History, American Studies, Pacific Northwest History Work Experience- Partner/ Chief Historian - Means, Nickel and Associates 2009- Present Facilitated in the acquisition of new clients, and oversaw historical research and management of clients' historical properties and cultural resources. Historic Preservation Officer – Town of Virginia City, Montana 2008-2009 Coordinated the Certified Local Government Program, preservation work, assisted as consultant for private home renovation within the site zoning ordinances, National Register Nominations, and grant writing and support. Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, WSU - Assistant Archivist 2007-2008 Assisted visiting researchers with materials, assess and accession arriving collections. Fishmonger.com - Economic Researcher- 2003-2004 Determined exvessel pricing and catch results of fisheries in the Pacific Ocean in order to assist clients in their purchasing of fish via our auction format. Additional Public History Work - Washington State University Public History Field School, Virginia City, Montana, May 2007 Involved in projects concerning Historic Preservation, Interpretation, and Archeology under the guidance of the Montana Heritage Commission. Coos County Fairgrounds Museum, Myrtle Point, OR - Historian in Residence 2006 Responsibilities: Research exhibits and provide interpretation when necessary. Assisted in procuring and curatorial duties of exhibits. Docent responsibilities including press and public liaison duties. Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, WSU, Pullman, WA, Curator 2005 “Learning Each Other’s Language: L.V. McWhorter and the Columbia Plateau Tribes” Teaching Experience- Washington State University, Pullman, WA Grader - United States Popular Culture 1930 2007 Grader – The History of Baseball 2007 Teaching Assistant- “General Education 111” 2006-2007 Responsibilities: Met with students during scheduled office hours and upon request. Graded quizzes, examinations, and final examinations, instructed class when in faculty members absence. Teaching Assistant- “General Education 110” 2006 Responsibilities: Met with students during scheduled office hours and upon request. Graded all assignments, quizzes and examinations. Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA Teaching Assistant- “United States History through 1877” 2004 Responsibilities: Assisted students with understanding of material, guest lectured for various areas within the classes’ purview. Teaching Assistant- “Pacific Northwest History”, “ World History, 1800- Present”, “Introduction to Geography”, “American History through 1877” 2003-2004 Responsibilities: Assisted students with understanding of material, guest lectured for various areas within the classes’ purview. 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The spring 2006 seminar was conducted in conjunction with the National Park Conservation Association’s regional office in Ft. Collins, Colorado (Kelly Courkamp, Cultural Resource Program Manager). The cultural assessment component of NPCA’s “State of the Parks” program is based on six criterion: archaeological resources, cultural landscapes, ethnography, historic structures, history, and museum and archival collections. Research was supplemented by an on-site graduate student visit to Lewis and Clark National Park. Two deliverables: Performance Indicator Questions and a Narrative Report. $1,000 stipend. Spring 2006 This project won the NPCA Student Project Award Media Consultation/Interviews Cowboys and Indians Magazine – Virginia City Montana – Interviewed for and vetted the article – to be published Summer 2009 True West Magazine – Top Ten True Western Towns of 2009 - Provided vetting for Virginia City portion of the article -January 2009 Interview with KECI (NBC Missoula) – Interviewed for the morning show concerning the history of Virginia City - Aired June of 2008 Interview with KCBY (CBS Coos Bay, Oregon) – Interviewed on the History of Myrtle Point, OR, and the operations of the Coos County Fairgrounds Museum - July 2006 Professional Organizations Virginia City Preservation Alliance- Board Member 2008- 2009 Vernacular Architecture Forum Conference –Board Member 2008- 2009
Seattle, Washington, United States
Dominique Robbins - Freelance Article Writing & Music Production
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PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Enthusiastic writer with in-depth knowledge of reporting the truth and allowing my thoughts to become those of the people. I am very well organized and detail-oriented with excellent decision making and problem solving abilities. SKILLS • Great Verbal Communication • Self-motivated • Great Drumming Skills • Organized • Experience with catering and events • Honest, trustworthy and punctual • Neat and clean in appearance • Strong time management skills • Flexible schedule • Basic computer skills • Photo editing and retouching • Exceptional writer • Assumes 100% responsibility for quality of products • Energetic, friendly and enthusiastic • Talented sight-reader • Versatile • Focused • Flexible • Dedicated • Comprehensive knowledge of harmony • Extensive and varied repertoire • Internet research • Investigative skills • Social media WORK HISTORY • Writer/Columnist Him Magazine – Fort Lauderdale, FL-04/2013 to Current I am a writer that is helping to break the barriers in the LGBTQ community. I seek out well known people within the community and interview them as well as investigate stories that effect the LGBTQ community as a whole. • Radio Dj/Host QCN Radio – Fort Lauderdale, FL- 03/2012 to 08/2012 I was the Radio Host of "Music Domination Nation" which was on the internet every Friday evening at 6 pm EST. I played various styles of music to cater to all people in the LGBTQ community. I also did promotion for the company to get more listeners every week. I often had to spice things up to keep the current listeners coming back for more. • Head Drummer Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church – 3615 Vickers Drive Colorado Springs, CO 80918-01/2008 to 01/2010 I played every Sunday faithfully, but I also helped train other drummers who became a part of the ministry. EDUCATION High School Diploma: Graduated 2010 William J. Palmer High School - 301 N Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Graduated high school with honors in music. • Graduated top of my class at the Hansen Classical Academy • Received various awards of great service from Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church. • Wrote an in-depth piece on Anger and homophobia in hip hop published in Him Magazine in October and November 2013. CERTIFICATIONS • Certified in Choir Directing, choir movement, and dance through the GMWA: The Gospel Music Workshop of America Organization
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
Danielle Lowth - Freelance Art & Drawing
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DOB: 10/07/1990 qualification: Certificates in Design, Art, Business, Beauty therapy, Hairdressing Specialist in Portrait Drawings, airbrushing, Design, Hair/ Makeup & Body artist. I am very competent in excelling in any given task.
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Adriana - Freelance Art & Portuguese Translation
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I am a painter with a huge creativity for new projects. I normally base my ideas on spiritual development which can be based on,as an example, the year of 2012. What does that mean for y? I speak Portuguese and English fluently, but Brazilian Portuguese is my mother's language.
Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Penny Clemson - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Editing
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I am interested in proofreading or writing assignments. I have a degree in English and American Literature from the University of Hull/Humberside in the UK and my other qualifications include a secretarial certificate, diplomas in marketing and advertising and a diploma in bookkeeping. I was in the retail industry for many years, mainly involved in property research until I established my own property management company. My communication skills are excellent and my experience has been at senior management level. I have compiled business research reports for a major publisher in South Africa and over the past two years I completed the TESOL and Teaching Business English courses at the University of Johannesburg. I have also completed a creative writing course in the past year. I am currently editing a Dissertation and psychometric reports for a consultant to the local Education Department. I live in Johannesburg.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa