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Franklin Soto - Freelance Illustration & Book Illustration
2
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3.0
2 Skills
$14
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I need a illustrator to draw a super hero comic book. I'm paying $600.00 dollars for the project. An I will pay you for each page drawn just to make sure you are paid for the project. It's an easy project just need person who are good drawing marvel superheros.
Bloomfield, New Jersey, United States
Kevin greaves - Freelance Digital Art & Illustration
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3.0
2 Skills
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Bloomfield, New Jersey, United States

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Francesco De Lucia - Freelance Article Writing & Italian Translation
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I am a native Italian. I graduated from Naples University in Southern Italy in 2008 with a BA in English language with 108/110. I have studied in Grand Rapids, MI, for 1 year, and obtained superior grades (97/100). These studies were for personal interest and were in the field of theology. I have experience in translation from English into Italian. I translated for a personal customer since 2006, producing hundreds of translations for a company's website. I have experience in interpreting from Italian into English and English into Italian. I have studied in the USA wholly in the English language, writing formal academic papers to which I have obtained superior grades. I am able to read, write, and speak academic English proficiently.
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Kevin Donahue - Freelance Video Editing & 3D Graphic Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a production specialist in Philadelphia, PA. I started working in the industry as a videographer back in 2006. I branched off into more post production and design work. Recently I have been working on motion graphics and 3D modeling projects.
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George Dodds - Freelance Page Design & Photo Editing
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GEORGE DODDS Evie 78 Sawley Marina Long Eaton Nottingham NG10 3AE Telephone: 0771 9995861 mediasub@aol.com skype: gad.odds.on Born: 25 March, 1964 Married to Anne Qualifications: NCTJ pre-entry journalism course at Darlington College of Technology 1982/83 Three A levels and six O levels from Doncaster Grammar School 1977-1983 Working career 2006 to date: Freelance reporter/sub-editor/page designer/proofreader: clients have included the Halifax Courier, Bolton News, Manchester Evening News, Rugby League Express, Rochdale Observer, Catlow Communications, Lancashire Business View, Todmorden News, Brighouse Echo, Hebden Bridge Times. Currently living aboard a barge near Nottingham. December 2011: Casual Christmas employment for the Royal Mail at its Nottingham delivery office. 2003-2006: Deputy editor Manchester Metro News: responsible for sub-editing, page design and running newsdesk on 310,000 circulation weekly newspaper. Additionally used CMS to update newspaper website and wrote theatre and music reviews. Was one of 36 senior staff who took voluntary redundancy in 2006. 1997-2003: Deputy editor Rochdale Observer: Responsible for overseeing news and subs desks on bi-weekly paid-for newspaper. 1995-1997: Deputy editor Middleton and North Manchester Guardian: reporter and sub-editor on weekly paid-for newspaper. 1989-1995: Deputy sports editor Rochdale Observer: reporter, sub-editor and page designer specialising in rugby - union and league - motorsports and cricket. 1988-1989: Sports editor Romford Recorder: sub-editor/page designer and reporter specialising in non-league football, cricket and speedway. 1986-1988: Sports reports Thurrock Gazette: reporter specialising in non league football, cricket, speedway. 1983-1986: Reporter/sub-editor Gateshead Post: began as a junior reporter after leaving college and moved on to become a sub-editor/page designer for the Post series of free newspapers in County Durham.
Newport, Newport, United Kingdom
Megan Lavergne - Freelance Art & Ghostwriting
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I am a young French Canadian woman with an absolute passion for art and writing. My obsession began at a young age and through the years I've been enrolled in the Forum Art Institute, on a bursary grant. And most notably my art has been displayed in my provinces’ government building. My love of writing came from my love of reading. From Nabokov to M. Norrell I've read them all and hopefully, picked up their fluid prose and enrapturing use of the English language.
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Monica Williams - Freelance Animal Illustration & Digital Art
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$19
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I have been drawing professionally since early 2010. I am a freelance illustrator and most of my clients are pet parents wanting pet portraits done. I offer 8x10 (default size) full color digital pet portraits. I also draw children and you can see examples of my art at http://monicasgallery.weebly.com/ Thankyou.
New Caney, Texas, United States
Jacob Gladfelter - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Art
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a student at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids Michigan, and I am currently working towards a BFA in Digital Imaging. Most of my previous work is done traditionally and is usually centralized portraiture or people. I have been awarded a national silver medal in the Scholastics Art and Writing competition, as well as a regional gold medal in drawing and a gold medal portfolio.
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Scott Adkins - Freelance Commercial Videography & Advertising Videography
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4.0
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Video Production Specialist Over the last three years I've worked with all sorts of clients and traveled around the counrty. Please visit my website for more info and view my work. www.inspiredmedia612.com I joined this network to expand my abilities and get consistant work. I love being freelance, you get too meet all sorts of cool people.
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Arundhati Das - Freelance Editing & Writing
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CAREER GRAPH <> Assistant Editor / SP GUIDE (Defense) PUBLICATIONS (29 June, 2007—25 February, 2010; New Delhi, India) <> Deputy Copy Editor / India Today (1 Aug., 2005—29 June, 2007; New Delhi, India) <> Senior Sub-Editor / The Telegraph (1 May, 2002—15 July, 2005; Kolkata, India) <> Content Manager & Website Developer / www.timesofindia.com & www.indiatimes.com (22 Jan., 2001—15 April, 2002; New Delhi, India) <> Correspondent & Copy Editor / Down To Earth (16 August, 2000—10 January, 2001; New Delhi, India) <> Sub-Editor / The Asian Age (7 Feb., 1995—14 Aug., 2000; New Delhi, India) <> R&D Officer / Stex Software Corporation (7 March 1994—6 February, 1995; Kolkata, India) *********************** WORK EXPERIENCE SP’s ~ India Today ~ The Telegraph ~ The Times of India ~ Down To Earth ~ The Asian Age <> Active involvement and participation in shows (India Today Conclave, Delhi, 2006 & 2007; Defence Systems & Equipment International Exhibition 2007, London) and seminars (4th Indo-US Economic Summit, Delhi) <> Story selection and extensive editing; page layout, with special emphasis on relevant photographs, headline, straplines, blurbs, captions and other such elements. <> Reporting and research on political/crime/defense/entertainment/feature/environment <> Co-ordination between reporters and photographers; news tracking and assimilation <> Editing news reports, quality inputs and identifying scopes for relevant snapshots <> Story and photograph selection; page layout and designing for print media <> Promotion of the various SP’s publications—SP’s Military Yearbook, SP’s Aviation, SP’s Naval Forces, SP’s Land Forces—in seminars, conferences, symposiums and various other interactive sessions involving the industry and military organizations *********************** WEBSITE EXPERIENCE <> Reporting, content development, copy editing and news update for www.timesofindia.com and www.indiatimes.com <> Reporting, content development and marketing of a food and lifestyle site www.foodiezone.com (in Delhi) <> Similar responsibilities for www.greengurus.com (in Delhi), this time for stories relating to plants (indoor and outdoor) and the environment. *********************** COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Outlook Express *********************** LANGUAGES KNOWN English, Hindi & Bengali (Written & Spoken) *********************** EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS <> MBA degree Visva Bharati University, Shantiniketan, West Bengal, India <> Graduation (Bachelor Of Arts) Shri Shikshayatan College, Kolkata, India <> Higher Secondary (Science) Jogamaya Devi College, Kolkata, India <> I.C.S.E. St. Joseph’s Convent, Chandannagar, West Bengal, India *********************** AT LEISURE <> Reading <> Travelling <> Socializing <> Photography *********************** CAREER CANVAS Fifteen years and counting, my journey in the media industry commenced in 1995 with The Asian Age, where my very survival as a trainee journalist depended on two primary parameters: speed and accuracy. Also, the momentum I gathered as the evening progressed. So, be it gathering news (mainly crime and politics) or updating news reports with the latest development or, more importantly, designing and finalizing the pages on QuarkXPress—deadline and precision were the essence. Fresh out of college, the experience was exhilarating and terrifying in parts. Suffice it to say, it was baptism by fire. After the dervish-like whirl in The Asian Age, Down to Earth seemed calmer. Seemed. For, I was to soon learn that the perceived tranquility was merely a camouflage for the daring initiatives powered by the vision and zeal of a genius, the late Mr Anil Agarwal, founder of the NGO Centre for Science and Environment. Deeply inspired by his enthusiasm and determination in environmental pursuits, I engaged in studying, analyzing and reporting on the state of the Indian environment encompassing land, air and water. For the magazine, I contributed and framed various articles, including the mangrove forests of Madhya Pradesh which is home to a rapidly dwindling number of tribal groups; violation of the Coastal Regulation (CRZ); and air pollution in New Delhi. The last went on to become a crucial rallying point for the NGO, fuelling a slugfest between the organization and the Delhi Government which was ultimately convinced to run all public transport on CNG. My next stint, in The Times of India, plunged me into a new terrain where deadline was defined as “the very minute the story broke”. Reporting and updating the websites timesofindia.com and indiatimes.com in HTML, days and nights blurred into each other as news poured in non-stop. The year 2002 also presented the much coveted opportunity to work in The Telegraph, Kolkata. Opting for the newsdesk proved to be a revelation in more ways than one—the most significant being an intense pride in editing stories meticulously, with attention to the minutest detail. Prior to this, as a crime and political reporter, the “desk” in a print operation was to me an unknown territory. The Telegraph “newsdesk” was an eye-opener. Reporters were required to do little else besides file information and data to the last accurate detail in whatever language they deemed English. The story came alive and grew muscle (literally and figuratively!) at the “newsdesk”. At the end of my stint, three years later, I was better able to appreciate the immense and crucial contribution of a diligent army of sub-editors towards achieving the lofty ideals of journalism. Soon after and for a short while, I edited the Kolkata issue of The Indian Express before returning to Delhi in 2005 with India Today. By this time, having absorbed to a large extent the broader parameters and finer nuances of the publication operation of both newspapers and newsmagazines, I was increasingly involved in the core functions involving news assimilation, comprehensive event coverage and page design. After close to two years in India Today, I ventured into the challenging genre of defense journalism with SP Guide Publications as Assistant Editor for its flagship journals—SP’s Military Yearbook, SP’s Aviation, SP’s AirBuz, SP’s Naval Forces and SP’s Land Forces. I was working at the company till February 2010. Today I look forward to resuming the exhilarating routine of juggling words and racing against deadline!
Reading, Pennsylvania, United States