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N.R. Bharathae - Freelance Comic Art, Illustration, Digital Art, Architectural Illustration, & Medical Illustration
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I provide professional illustrations for print and web graphics, plus game development services. My skills range from traditional media and comic art to 3d modeling and game-related content creation. OCCUPATION: Freelance Illustrator/Comic Artist and Game Artist/Developer. SUMMARY: • Thirty years experience as a freelance illustrator. • Career focus on...
Lewisburg, West Virginia, United States
Greg H - Freelance Horror Art & Sculpting
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Several years experience in sculpting. Horror themed art is always my preference, but I can do anything
Charleston, West Virginia, United States

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Kael Beverly - Freelance Videography, Video Production, 3D Graphic Design, & Television Production
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How Does Your Service Stand Out? The most important thing in choosing a production company is to view their work. Their work should be readily available for you to see, and evaluate. Most of what we do is make our clients stand out. We can make a small local business look like a national, world renowned business. Or take an upstart artist, and make them look like a seasoned professional. You don't need to lie, we help you accentuate the truth, and create the reality that you want your future clients to believe. ---- What do you enjoy about the work you do? Take the time to know what you want, we rely on you to know your business and have a general idea of what you want. A good tip is to find something on youtube that reflects what you want your project to look like. We can then walk you though what it will take to make your idea come to life.
Santa Ana, California, United States
Noel MacNeal - Freelance Script Writing, Narration, Voiceovers, & Children's Book Writing
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Noel MacNeal 444 12th Street, Apt. 3C Brooklyn, NY 11215 Phone & Fax: (917) 535-5249 Email: nmacneal@gmail.com http://www.noelmacneal.com/ TELEVISION Sesame International (Sesame Workshop) 2007-2010 (including Sesame Square in Nigeria and Galli Galli Sim Sim in India) The Writers’ Workshop Supervisor and production consultant at various Sesame Street co-productions, such as Nigeria, Palestine, India, and Pakistan. Nate the Great (PBS) Development writing team 2008 (cell animation) Two episodes: “Cracking the Crazy Codes,” “Wacky Wordplay” Bear & You (original Disney Home Video series proposal & development) 2006 (live action puppet) Treatment, character bible, and episode outlines for all six episodes A Very Special Good Night Show (PBS Kids Sprout) 2006 (live action) Co-writing all 24 episodes (plus, author of the songs “This Young Man,” “The Bedtime Hokey Pokey,” and “Old MacDonald Had to Sleep”) Breakfast With Bear (Playhouse Disney/Disney Channel) 2005 (live action) All twenty episodes (plus, co-author of the song, “The Morning Mambo”) The Show Me Show (original preschool series & development deal with NOGGIN) 2004 (live action puppets) Treatment, character bible and pilot script (including five original songs) Bear in the Big Blue House (Daytime Emmy-winning series on Disney Channel) 1998 to 2002 (live action puppets) Episodes: “You Learn Something New Everyday,” “And To All a Good Night,” “Wait For Me,” “At the Old Bear Game” (plus, co-author of the song, “C’mon In!”) CyberChase (PBS) 2001 (cell animation) Episode: “The Secrets of Symmetry” Salty’s Lighthouse (PBS) 2000 (stop-motion animation) Episode: “Thar She Goes!” The Magic Schoolbus (PBS) 1999 (cell animation) Episodes: “The Magic Schoolbus Sees Stars,” “The Magic Schoolbus Goes to the Zoo” Gullah Gullah Island (Nick Jr.) 1996 (live action puppets and actors) Episode: “The Magic Show” The Puzzle Place (Daytime Emmy-nominated series on PBS) 1995 to 1998 (live action puppets and actors) Episodes: “Between You and Me,” “I’m Talking to You,” “One Way,” “Dressing Up is Hard to Do,” “The Mystery of the Fabulous Hat,” “The New Adventures of Julie Woo” (plus, co-author of the song, “It’s You”) Eureeka’s Castle (Nick Jr.) 1990 (live-action puppets) Episode (co-writer): “Christmas at Eureeka’s Castle” Eureeka’s Castle (Ace Award for Best Children’s Series on Nick Jr.) 1989 to 1991 (live-action puppets) Scripts: “I Scream for Ice Cream,” “The Case of the Moat Detective,” “Rain, Rain Go Away,” “The Adventures of Batboy and Superdragon,” “The Incredible Cooey,” “Coneheads,” “Laugh It Up” OTHER WRITING CREDITS 2011 April – October X-tink-shun: A Wild Puppet X-perience (script consultant and writing co-writer) A joint effort by the Philadelphia Zoo and The Jim Henson Company with live performances throughout the park. 2010 to present 10 Minute Puppets (author of the puppet making book from WORKMAN Publishing) Book tour included appearances and workshops for families and bookstores, schools, and children's museums across the U.S.A. 2005 We Are Family/FEDEX PSA (writer for the PSA announcing FedEx’s delivery of 61,000 copies of the compilation DVD “We Are Family”–– featuring over one-hundred children’s show characters–– to public and private elementary schools) 1998 to present (live action puppet) Various Bear in the Big Blue House personal appearances as “Bear,” including: 1999 to 2007 The Jerry Lewis Labor Day MDA Telethon (syndicated) (plus, co-author of the song, “The Any Way You Wanna Conga”) 2002 & 2005 Easter Egg Roll at the White House 2001 to 2003 Hollywood Squares (syndicated) 1999 to 2000 The Center for Puppetry Arts Fundraiser Weekend Herr’s Snack Factory Tour (Nottingham, PA) 1998 (live-action puppets) “Chipper’s Factory Tour” for visitors of the Herr’s Snack Factory 1995 to 1997 (live-action puppet) Various The Puzzle Place personal appearances as “Leon,” including: 1996 Easter Egg Roll at the White House 1997 YMCA Kids Day at Shea Stadium (WNBC-4 New York) EDUCATION Theater and puppetry major at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. Studied with Kermit Love, designer and builder for the Jim Henson Company. LIFE Born and raised in New York’s Central Harlem, Noel was featured in the documentary Give A Damn Again, about the children in the original 1968 Give a Damn public service television campaign in. He and his mother are featured in Keith Brown’s book Sacred Bonds: African-American Men and Their Mothers (1998). He currently resides in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, with his wife (author Susan Elia MacNeal) and their young son, Mattie. Noel has also been the resident puppet master (aka “Dr. Puppet” to his students) at the four week “OOMPAH Day Camp” program in Huntington, L.I.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Jacolize Van Der Westhuizen - Freelance Art & Mural Painting
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I work in soft pastels (but bright colours ) on primed canvass. Combined paints and adhesive pastels set on diptych or triptych set as a finish result. I have sold pieces with custom colour schemes to fit the customers's interior. I have an example ready to e-mail. Thank You for your time, Jacolize
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Kim - Freelance Magazine Design & Flyer Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$32
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Highly experienced Art Director, having worked on both customer and consumer publications for 20+ years. Experienced in decor, fashion, lifestyle, as well as setting up shoots, commissioning illustrators etc.
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Alex Shaikh - Freelance Website Programming & Ecommerce Programming
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5.0
2 Skills
$68
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My name is Alex Shaikh. I’m a Webmaster and web developing professional with diversified experience in advertising, marketing, SEO Expert as well as an app developer. As a professional webmaster, I know all sort of coding, I’m expertise in HTML5, XML, PHP, CSS, JavaScript as well as C++ programming. I love to do this kind of work! It is my passion. I spend a lot of time each week researching the Internet, and designing web pages and graphics. I acquainted with Adobe’s PhotoShop, Corel’s Draw, FreeHand, Adobe’s Illustrator, Macromedia’s Flash, and Macromedia’s Dreamweaver as well.
Murrieta, California, United States
NailZ - Freelance Tattoo Design & Horror Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$32
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I've spend most of my life chasing a career in the video games industry but ended up in the tattoo world. In 2010 I completed my Bachelor of Interactive Entertainment at Qantm College Melbourne. I'm currently working at Sharp Art Tattoos in Bairnsdale, now as a qualified Tattoo Artist after a 6 month apprenticeship. Eventually, I hope to be able to solely focus on my own style, combining Realistic, Stylistic and Abstract elements around Horror, Demonic and Apocolyptic themes. With tattooing, my digital and concept art background is somewhat limited. I hope to get involved in projects that'll re-fuel the passion for any simular form of art while distracting my mind from pure tattoo influenced art. Thus, by improving my already diverse artistic skill-set I'll ultimatly become a better Tattoo Artist. My proirity as a professional was to be exceptionally efficient and maintain a reputation for quality, thorough project break-down, meeting deadlines and reponding well to critique or feedback.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Michael Pinto - Freelance T-Shirt Design & Website Design
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Michael W. Pinto 250 Central Avenue 201.317.8798 Newark, NJ 07103 michaelpintow@gmail.com Education: Rutgers Business School – Newark January 2011-May 2012 •Marketing Major, Entrepreneurship Minor •Senior •GPA: 3.5 Sussex County Community College January 2010 – December 2010 •Associate of Science •GPA: 3.4 •Business Administration concentration in Finance Work Experience: Merrill Lynch, The RVH Group May 2009-December 2009 •Intern: Worked extensively with Financial Advisors and Client Associates to prepare financial statements for high net-worth clientele. Precisely prepared financial data for advisors using Thomson One, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Excel software. Researched and presented new market trends, funds, and shifts to Advisors. Diversified assets based on desired asset allocation, risk tolerance, and time horizon of clientele. Prepared financial projection reports using Wealth and Retirement Outlook programs. Continental Airlines, Presidents Club August 2008-Present •Bartender: Serve customers of the Presidents club beverages and entertain them while they await their flights. Responsible for inventory control, sales, and customer relations. Wurdemann Pinto & Co. June 2007-August 2008 •Intern: Worked closely with Accountants, to prepare financial statements for clientele. Generated financial reports, performed journal entries, and data entry. Leadership Experience: “Save Japan” March 2011-May 2011 •Fundraiser: Organized a benefit for Japanese disaster relief. Designed T-shirts, contacted suppliers, distributed shirts on campus, in the community and through an online donation web site. •Raised over $1,000 Marketing Management Society May 2011-May 2012 •President: Organize fundraisers, recruitment events, and professional speakers for Rutgers students. Delegate tasks to society members, handle funds, and motivate members. Technical Qualifications: Trained to use Thomson One Financial Software, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Access. Skilled with Facebook, Twitter, Youtube.
Newark, New Jersey, United States
Alex Heath - Freelance Video Editing & Videography
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4.0
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Alex Heath 70 Berry House Dagnall Street London SW115DL H: 0207 498 7752 M: 07954 790 350 Email: jalexheath@hotmail.com A self-motivated and confident media and teaching professional. Used to working on own initiative and producing high quality work to tight deadlines. Enjoys dealing with a wide variety of individuals and challenging situations. Offers extensive teaching experience and a clear and succinct presentation style. Delivered basic animation course to students on entry level BTEC course. This involved writing a brief in clear language, checking understanding and working with small teams to students to produce short animations with sound and visual content. This included several students with learning difficulties and disabilities and developed specialized content for them. Worked with BTEC National Diploma students (level 2) to produce short films. This involved communicating complex information on film production and techniques. These were overcome using pre prepared handouts which illustrated potential problems. ‘Walking though’ and filming a scene in the classroom to demonstrate potential difficulties. Asking students to demonstrate their understanding through rehearsal techniques while the remainder of the group watched and took notes. Used pre prepared film clips to illustrate key points including motion, timing, lighting and drama. This included work from previous years students Before allowing students to use any equipment conducted full health and safety briefing and ensured understanding by asking them to demonstrate correct usage including inspection for defects and asking questions. Devised new electronic booking system and checklist for equipment borrowed and returned and acted as central point of contact. This ensured £25k of equipment was properly monitored and available in good condition when needed. As BTEC First Year National Diploma Course Tutor successfully rewrote six assignments as BTEC had made alterations to the Level 2 National Diploma syllabus. This involved accessing BTEC's website and looking at the changes and implementing the changes. Ensured that the team were fully aware of the changes and had an opportunity to input to them. The team consisted of four, including myself. Worked with experienced colleagues on developing my teaching skills. This involved learning about the balance between technique and upstanding with students, how to present myself in front of a class and structuring teaching activities logically and productively. Learnt about working with different age groups and checking prior knowledge. The Final Major Project. Took part in a documentary on the Oglala Sioux, spending six weeks on location in South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska and Montana. The programme focused on the the battle of Little Big Horn and its repercussions, and was produced by Kim Hopkins and Lisa Lake. My role was as pre-production researcher during the planning and as camera operator. The completed programme was shown on ITV. Produced two music videos for Flipron. The first one, Gravity Calling, was a live shoot at the Brady Centre, Hanbury Street, Stepney London. It was a three camera shoot, with a budget of £450 from Tiny Dog Records. The second video, The Coolest Names In Showbiz, was shot in a 1940's village hall in Yeovil. It was a one camera shoot. Produced three video for Wheels of Fortune. The first video, So Far Down was shot in Soho, London. With a budget was £150. The second video, World at War was shot on location in Girton Cambridge and around Liverpool Station, London, with a budget of £400. The third video was shot at Antenna Studios, Crystal Palace, with a budget of £550, this video is now in post-production. Produced publicity for Bobby Long who is now signed to ATO USA and currently on tour in America. The shoot took place at The Albany Public House Great Portland Street London. I needed to provide individual song videos that were sent to his agent in Oregon USA. The videos were used by the agent to promote him on a 20 date tour in 2009. Produced the videos within a £500 budget. The video files were sent to the agent use SendIt software. Bobby Long co-wrote a song for the first Twilight film. Edited a low budget feature length film in 2005, written by Donal Fernandes. The film was shot entirely in Lambeth. Worked on the last part of pre-production and assisted with some set building and painting of sets. No release date at present. While studying for the Higher National Diploma at Plymouth College of Art & Design I worked with Magic Lantern, based at Metropolitan Wharf, on two commercial projects. The first project an animated fly through of a new an animated fly through for NatWest Bank of their new branch design. Working to technical drawings from NatWest I used animation software to construct a curved bank of seven teller stations, plus the construction of several banks of leaflet holders. I assisted with the production of textures to be used on surfaces the lighting and the fly through. In the final year at Plymouth was offered a European work placement spending six months in Madrid with Computer Arts Development s.a. As part of the placement worked on animated commercials for high profile brands. Was then given a commercial project for a new conference centre, working to the client's blueprints I was able to complete the commission to their satisfaction, including interiors. 2000-2010 Lambeth College First Year Tutor on the BTEC National Diploma Media Production. As a BTEC tutor role was to design assessable projects that would deliver practical and theory skills and understandings that they would need in the industry. Wrote the all of the video assignments, updated or rewritten each year to take in amendments from BTEC. 2003 Awarded Certificate in Education from Greenwich (Post Compulsory Education and Training) 1995 Awarded Advanced Certificate in Media Education from Central School of speech & Drama 1995-1999 Part time Media Production Lecturer at Kingston College and Lambeth College 1993-1999 Wandsworth Youth Service, based at the Learning & Resource Centre. I ran workshops for young people in magazine production and video production for students aged 9 -18. Additionally ran video production sessions in Wandsworth youth clubs as required.
United Kingdom