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Carlosvilkerman - Freelance Commercial Videography & Journalistic Videography
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Biography Moved abroad at the age of 6. Growing up in the Caribbean and later on the Chesapeake Bay area gave me great insight to the Sea. My blood is half chlorine from pools and half Sea water. Had my first 16mm movie film camera at the age of 14, and from then on I have never been able to put it down. The desert is a new experience which I embrace with passion. I am passionate about my...
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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Laura M. Walker 1320 W Minnehaha Parkway Minneapolis, MN 55419 612.822.3680 home 612-226-7861 cell mnwalkers@comcast.net OBJECTIVE Accomplished professional in health care and medical communications, with extensive experience in developing and managing education programs for physicians, nurses, pharmacists and patients. Seeking position in health care communications or education, which will utilize writing, research, fund-raising and leadership skills. EXPERIENCE Independent Health Care Communications Consultant and Editor Minneapolis, Minnesota 2000-current Consult with publishers and providers of continuing medical education and pharmaceutical companies on multifaceted projects related to marketing, education and promotion. Write and edit clinical presentations, patient and consumer publications and interactive media programs. Direct project management and editorial teams. Develop continuing medical education project-related standard operating procedures. Copyedit and proofread health care publications. Editorial Director, Medical Education Collaborative, Golden, Colorado — 1996-2000 Directed editorial, marketing and communications department of nonprofit, nationally accredited provider of continuing medical education for physicians, pharmacists and nurses. Planned and developed continuing medical education program publications for live symposia and enduring materials. Supervised content development and printing and distribution of monographs, published proceedings, CD-ROMs, audio and videotapes, brochures, signs, course manuals, slides and all other published materials related to public relations, sales training and promotion. Developed and wrote new business and educational grant proposals (program design, content, budgets and timing). Worked closely with physicians, faculty members, pharmaceutical industry professionals, association executives and production vendors. Supervised department staff and freelance medical editors and writers, web designers, desktop publishers and graphic artists. Led program team activities so that educational program objectives and goals were achieved within specified time and designated budget. Senior Program Manager, Medical Education Collaborative, Golden, Colorado — 1994-1996 Provided expertise in medical communications, writing, editing and publication production, which led to design, development and creation of editorial department. Promoted from program management responsibilities to direct newly created editorial department. Project Manager, Integrated Communications Corporation, Parsippany, New Jersey — 1993-1994 Managed special projects and new business development within international medical advertising agency. Established work plans and directed team activities associated with corporate advertising programs including publications, symposia and advisory board meetings. Assisted with design, completion, and reporting of data from retrospective clinical trials. Program Coordinator, Physicians World Communications Group, Secaucus, New Jersey — 1992-1993 Established work plans and participated in team activities associated with marketing and international medical education programs. Conducted market research at international medical conventions. Planned and developed videoconferences, speaker bureau meetings and satellite symposia. Associate Editor, Physicians World Communications Group, Secaucus, New Jersey — 1990-1992 Developed, wrote, and edited education and marketing program content, slides, video scripts, interactive videodisk programs, backgrounds for new business proposals, speeches and press releases. Coordinated speaker presentation materials at international symposia. Editorial Assistant/Assistant Editor, Physicians World Communications Group, Secaucus, New Jersey — 1986-1990 Developed in-house system for production of lecture slides. Served in editorial department as proofreader, copyeditor. Coordinated speaker presentations at international symposia. Guest Relations Assistant, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York — 1986 Art Restoration Assistant, Kimbell Art Museum (Perry Huston and Associates) Fort Worth, Texas — 1984-1985 Nursing Assistant, Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, Dallas, Texas — summer 1982 Guest Services Provider, Dallas Symphony Orchestra Summer Pops Series, Dallas, Texas — summer 1981 VOL U N T E E R AC T I V I T I E S Annual Fundraising Auction Chair (2011), Classroom, Plant Sale, General Administration and Development Volunteer, Lake Country School, Minneapolis, Minnesota — 2006-current Volunteer, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, Colorado — 1994-1998 Student Volunteer, Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, Dallas, Texas — 1979-1981 EDU CAT ION Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas — B.S. Biomedical Communications (advanced coursework in biology, English and journalism) SAMPLES available upon request.
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Theresa Lynn - Freelance Writing & Book Cover Design
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Writer of fiction also skilled in research and article writing in need of portfolio boosters. Can send writing samples upon request. Self published author with over 500 books sold in one year. I can also do graphic design and can send some examples upon request.
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Jim Falzone - Freelance Audio Editing & Multimedia
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I specialize in de-umming spoken word audio for audio CDs or multimedia programs. Getting rid of the umm's and the err's and the false starts. I have several years experience doing this for Research to Practice, A Miami based company specializing in interviewing oncologists for the latest cancer treatments. To try me out for free, please upload an unedited sample of one of your projects to: http://www.venusmastering.com/tryme.php I will edit and return as soon as practical. -Jim Falzone 615/554-4024 Venus Mastering
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