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Gillian Thomson - Freelance Editing & Book Design
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I am a PhD student and a published author (articles and poems mainly). I edited and designed the cover for a literary journal called Reflexion for a number of years. I can present samples of my writing if necessary. I have very reasonable rates; contact me by email for more details. I don't have a specific hourly rate, I just edit a document and will charge based on how much work needs done. I...
Louth, Ireland
Marie O'Sullivan - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Publishing professional with more than 20 years experience as an independent contractor. Marie O’Sullivan 6 Sea View, Termonfeckin, Co Louth, Ireland Ph: +353-86-812-4472; Fax: +353-41-988-1759; e-mail: mros@eircom.net Freelance Experience Institute of International Education, New York, NY and EducationDynamics, Chester, PA Product Specialist and...
Termonfeckin, Louth, Ireland

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Pauline Hollander - Freelance Blog Writing & Creative Writing
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Michelle Parkins - Freelance Architectural Illustration & Presentation Design
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Amy Hanna Avery - Freelance Business Card Design & Print Ad Design
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I have a total of nearly seven years’ experience as a designer within the printing industry. I am extremely familiar with both press and digital printing processes, and I am very comfortable creating designs based on exact printing specifications provided by vendors. I am capable of creating design work with a very quick turnaround time when needed.
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Logan Moody - Freelance Ad Design & Banner Design
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I am an artist turned Industrial Designer. I have my own sports clothing company and enjoy more than anything designing everything under the sun. Proficient in most all of the Adobe Suit and very strong with branding, print production, mail marketing campaigns, and brand recognition I am the perfect candidate for the job. Young energetic and extremely determined to be the best you will not be disappointed with my work.
Owasso, Oklahoma, United States
Christopher Flanigan - Freelance Fantasy Art, Comic Art, Graphic Novel Art, Sci Fi Art, & Horror Art
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A geek for life that loves comic books, horror, sci-fi, video games, fantasy and all things of that ilk....been drawing most of my life including a B.A. in Art from University of Maine and an A.S. in Computer Animation, but have never made a cent for my skill...looking to change that....looking for ANY kind of project that made need use of my type of skills....I love being inspired by fellow like minded artists...such as you all....
Ooltewah, Tennessee, United States
Ricky Noriega - Freelance Song Writing & Jingle Writing
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I write poems, songs, and jingles for radio or commercial. A recording studio is also available for anything. I write all types of poems. Whatever you need, I can provide. Do you want horror, love, sports, comedy? Death? With all due respect, of course. I am better in matters of the heart. A life filled with difficult times comes with an abundance of words of passion, hate, sorrow, and darkness. Sentences and sentences of love, endurance, strength, joy, and light. My one and only, my treasure is my music. I love writing songs. Songs about anything. I do it because I know I am good at it. I am a very creative writer and am also very easily inspired. I also write in spanish.
Nogales, Arizona, United States
Clara Dean - Freelance Song Writing & Poem Writing
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4.0
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Hi all, I have been writing lyrics for songs, rap, poetry and short stories for over 20 years, I have some material that I have never showcased as well as I am easily inspired to write. I think sharing my talent with the world will be a benefit for me as well as others.
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Tom André Strømsnes - Freelance Drawing & Comic Art
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2 Skills
$10
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Hi, my name is Tom and I have been drawing, making music and using the computer my entire life. I will say my strongest talent is drawing, especially comics. I am very good with mixing colors aswell. I am allso quite good at editing videos, using Sony Vegas Pro 10. The music I make is very inspired by different computer games: Flashback, Another World, Sonic (Sega), Mega Man (Nintendo), but I with my own style, plus I like making music that sets a sertain mood. For software editing I use Reaper and VST plugins. I own a set of KRK Rokit 6 Studio speakers. Computer skills: Support with hardware and software: Microsoft Lync, OCS, OTRS, Citrix, Outlook 2003 , 2007 and 2010. Windows XP and Windows 7 I have very good knowledge. And I know TCP/IP very well. And I know very much about printers, setting up for print over TCP/IP, Locally and with Citrix. HP Printers have I worked with for over 4 years. As for the fictional writing I have not written much, but I wrote 2 stories once at school when I was 24 years old. I remember one of them: It was called the Death Watch. It was a sci-fi horror story, and my teacher said it was one of the best novel she have ever read. And that was my first novel ever! She gave me a top score for it and wanted me to write more. Sadly my other hobbies took over. But at least I know I got it in me ;) I am a patiente and a nice guy to talk to. Right now I work at Visma Services as an IT Consultant, but I am looking for more freelance work.
Oslo, Oslo, Norway