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Alexandria - Freelance Journalistic Writing & Editing
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Reston, Virginia, United States

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Heather Mann - Freelance Writing & Copywriting
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Heather A. Mann Pen Name: Alexandria Rose H.mannmt@hotmail.com I am a versatile freelancer, whom has an associate of arts in medical transcription. I have contributed my skill set to various websites, such as Demand Media, Examiner and Interact Media. Objective: A writing position that will enable me to contribute to the creative development of a publication and its expansion of its circulation. Experience: Copywriter. July 2011- Current. Interact Media. Examiner. July, 2011- Current. Examiner. Freelancer January, 2011- Current. Demand Media. Yahoo Contributor. July, 2010- Current. Associated Content. Education: United States Career Institute. Fort Collins, CO Medical Transcription. Central Florida Community College. Orlando, FL Customer Service Training. Life Management Skills. Mid Florida Tech. Orlando, FL First Aid- Customized Training. References: Available upon request. I am a versatile writer capable of producing professional content on any topic. Here is an example of my writing style. 10 Secrets to Sensational Skin Every aspect of a persons life is reflected in the skin. Great skin is a reflection of health, well being and vitality. For more relaxed skin that radiates youthfulness, put these skin secrets to the test. Water is the number one factor in obtaining sensational skin. The ounces needed to maintain a healthy hydration varies. One way to determine the amount of water needed is to take your body weight in lbs and divide the lbs in half. For example, someone who is 140 lbs would need to consume 70 ounces of water per day. Next, factor in the consumption of caffeinated drinks, alcoholic beverages, low humidity climates, vigorous exercises and extended outdoor activities. Once these other components are factored in, add 2 additional ounces of water per external factor. Stay positive. A persons attitude will always make a big difference in their results. If skin care is approached with anger and frustration, stress levels will increase. Which will trigger the stress hormone, cortisol. Cortisol causes inflammation which leads to several aging factors. For example, sagging skin, wrinkles and dullness. Essential fatty acids provide the building blocks for healthy skin. For gaining maximum benefits, it is recommended that 2 tablespoons of fish oil or flax seed oil be consumed on a daily basis. Vitamins such as A, C, E and liquid B complex are all beneficial to the skin. Antioxidants such as bioflavonoids ( vitamin P and grape seed), green tea, alpha lipoic acid and selenium (Brazil nuts) are known to combat free radicals. Free radicals are an atom or group of atoms that have one or more unpaired electrons. In skin terms free radicals are collagen and elastins enemy. For a more balanced diet that is beneficial to the skin try consuming 60 g of protein (20 g, 3 times per day) every day. Meat, fish, poultry and eggs are all examples of protein. Seeds and nuts such as almonds, sunflower seeds and walnuts are beneficial as well. Lymphatic detoxification assists in the regeneration and increase of the production of collagen and elastin fibers. The lymphatic system carries toxins away from the vital organs and cells as well as carries nutrients to them. It is the bodies transport super filtration highway. Foods that aid in cleansing the lymph system are dark green vegetables, lemons, flax seed, wheatgrass juice and oranges. Also, dry brush the skin, before your morning shower, with a natural bristle brush. Begin at the soles of the feet and brush upward. Dry brushing stimulates circulation and enhances the natural detoxification of the lymphatic system. For the reduction of lymph congestion, bounce on a trampoline for 5 minutes per day. A good facial skin care regimen is a must for combating aging. Always cleanse, tone, utilize serums, moisturize and apply sunscreen. For additional weekly or monthly treatments, consider microdermabrasion (mechanical exfoliation), exfoliation, facials, chemical peels and face masks. Develop a exercise regimen that consist of aerobics, strength training and flexibility training. Facial exercises such as the crows feet exercise are helpful. Simply place the index fingers at the outside of the eyes. Rest the top third of the finger between the end of the eyebrow and the edge of the eye. Press gently. Then close the eyes. Hold for four to six seconds. Do five repetitions. Resources http://www.livestrong.com/article/137715-how-detox-lymphatic-system/ http://www.suite101.com/content/skin-brushing-detox-a58509 Complete Idiots Guide to Better Skin References http://www.webmd.com/healthy-beauty/default.htm http://www.freeskincare.net/ http://www.skincareguide.com/
Kissimmee, Florida, United States
Richard Reinert - Freelance Proposal Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Richard Lawrence Reinert A Career Summary 313 - 39 Parliament Street (416) 362-0455 (h) Toronto, Ontario M5A 4R2 rilare@hotmail.com Education PhD., Physical Oceanography, New York University; Dissertation title: The role of shear in oceanic diffusion from a continuous point source. B.A., Physics, University of Buffalo; graduate studies in education at Buffalo State College and Canisius College, Buffalo, NY; completed three years at the U. S. Coast Guard Academy; trained in creative problem-solving (Synectics). Professional recognition Who's Who In America, 2001; 1990 Boston Urban Bankers Community Service Award; 1986 Outstanding Program Host, WUMB-FM; Winner, Gooderham & Worts Neighborhood Photography Contest, Nov., 2003; Distinguished Cadet, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 1956. Scientific Experience Author, “The Island Airport and Water Pollution” (2005), published on the Community Air web site; Research Scientist, Lake Ontario Environmental Laboratory Faculty, SUNY Oswego, NY (1973-74) Conducted field measurements of physical factors affecting the dispersal of thermal effluent from power plants proposed for Lake Ontario, published results; Assistant Professor of Oceanography, Humboldt State College 1968-73, 1975 & 1978 (Program Leader, 1971-73). Revised course offerings, collaborated with physics department to create new degree category, and introduced graduate curriculum. Associate Research Scientist, College of Science and Engineering, New York University, 1966-1968, performed computerized multi-parameter statistical regressive analysis of NYC meteorological & pollutant data to predict air pollution. Assistant Research Scientist, Meteorology & Oceanography, New York University, 1960-66. Conducted field experiments in Long Island Sound and analyzed data to predict surface water contamination; scientific observer on Equilant I aboard U. S. Coast &Geodetic Survey Ship Explorer, first international expedition to the tropical Atlantic. Management & Organizational Development Public Relations Administrator, Mariposa In The Schools, Toronto ON (2003) - Consulted and assisted fundraising, public relations, volunteer recruitment and special events; Executive Producer, Boston Harbor Revival, Boston, MA (1990-1991) - Recruited and organized twenty governmental, environmental and arts organizations to conceptualize and participate in this multicultural environmental arts festival, attended by 3500 people. Supervised a crew of approximately one hundred people, primarily volunteers, including Pete Seeger and the Hudson River Sloop Singers; Management Consultant (1990-1997) - Provided services in fundraising, production of special events, and strategic planning; Director of Management Resources, Massachusetts Cultural Alliance, Boston, MA (1984-1989) - Directed the Organizational Development Project, a client-centered management assistance program for thirty-seven small cultural organizations. Provided technical assistance, supervised two staff, six consultants, and numerous volunteers; Director of Community Arts and Festivals, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA (1982-1984) - Produced the Cambridge River Festival, which attracted 75,000 people to a summer of events. Managed a portfolio of 50 community arts grants and provided technical assistance to grant applicants and other Cambridge arts organizations; founded the Market House Music Hall, a performing arts center in Oswego, NY (1975-1981). Development/Fundraising Director of Development and Public Relations, VIVE, Inc., Buffalo, NY (1996-2001) - Raised $1 Million annually through grants, contributions and government contracts. Increased contributions from individuals and churches from $150,000 in 1997 to $400,000 in 2001; Development Director, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY (1994-95) - Tripled contributed income from individuals, grants and special events. Produced 85th Anniversary Dinner, arranged benefit performance by the Flying Karamazov Brothers with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra sponsored by The Buffalo News; Executive Producer, Boston Harbor Revival, Boston, MA (1990-91) - Raised $110,000 for this environmental festival on Georges Island in Boston Harbor. As Director of Management Resources, Massachusetts Cultural Alliance raised $50,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Fidelity Corp. to develop and publish The Road Map To Success. Sales of the book also generated substantial earned income; Development Director, Revels, Inc., Cambridge, MA (1998-90) - Raised contributed income for this celebration of the winter solstice, having an audience of 18,000 annually. Tripled corporate contributions, doubled foundation grants to total of $300,000, one-third of operating budget. Researched and cultivated income sources; wrote all grant proposals and solicitations, initiated successful corporate underwriting. Communications Author, 2010 online review, http://dcmetrosftp.org./newsletters/NL20100316.html#Seasick of Seasick by Alanna Mitchell Contributing writer, The Toronto Bulletin (2005 – present) Author, “drink in the light” a chap book of original poetry and photography, February 2007; Vive, Inc., (1996-2001) - Wrote, edited, and designed bi-monthly newsletter mailed to 4,000 addresses. Produced special events and greatly improved public relations. Generated significant media coverage in Canada and United States; Host, Circles in the Stream, WUMB-FM, Boston, MA (1985-1989) a weekly one-hour radio program on this National Public Radio affiliate, that featured national and local musicians in a lively performance/interview format. Initiated a monthly live studio audience show, which has since become a major membership benefit; Conceptualized, co-authored, and edited The Road Map To Success (1988), a 200-page book on the development of small non-profit cultural organizations. The work has become a classic; Leading interviewer for the Simmons College Early Adulthood Research Project and UMass/Boston Center for Survey Research; Publicized Market House Music Hall performances (1975 - 1981); Produced and hosted “The Land’s Edge,” a one-hour television documentary about the sea coast of Humboldt County, California, 1972. Volunteer Activities Since residing in Toronto: Buskerfest 2010, Epilepsy Toronto 2010 Marathon, Member, Board of Directors, Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation; Staff (editorial & design) of Vision (the Gooderham & Worts Neighborhood Assn. newsletter); Community Air Steering Committee - active in publicity and technical assistance; University Settlement Recreation Centre fundraising committee, and Music Arts Advisory Committees; volunteer, Distillery Jazz Festival. Prior to Toronto: Facilitator of planning for the Springville Arts Center, Springville NY; Chair, community/corporate relations, VISION For Tomorrow, Buffalo, NY, 1996; Voiced announcements for 1995/96 WBFO-FM and 1994 WNED-AM fundraising drives; Facilitated mission development for Family Preservation Consortium and Project Dandelion, Buffalo, NY, 1995; Organized fundraising event for the Committee to Reelect (Massachusetts State Representative) Patricia Jehlen, 1992; Panelist, 1991 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Awards; President, Folk Arts Network, 1987-93; National Society of Fundraising Executives 1988 Fundraising Day Committee; Member, Advisory Board, StageSource,1986-88; Producer of Cambridge River Festival, Cambridge, MA, 1983 and Winterfaire, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA, January 1983; Acted on behalf of Intervener in hearings on proposed Rochester Gas & Electric, power plants at Sterling (NY), 1976-77. Public Event Production and Publicity Producer/publicist: Mariposa In The Schools Artists Extravaganza, October 2003; World Refugee Day in Buffalo, June 20, 2001; 15th Anniversary of VIVE La Casa, 2000; Three Inca Son concerts @ Canisius College, Central Library of Buffalo & Erie Co. and Community School 53, Buffalo, NY. Oct. 16-18, 1999; 50th Anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, held at Buffalo Federal Detention Center, Batavia, NY, December 12, 1998; VIVE La Casa Open House, December 6, 1997; As founder and director of Compass Concerts, Buffalo, NY (1994-1997), produced thirty concerts of world ethnic music in Western New York, one-half at public schools and colleges. Sponsors included the American Association of Teachers of French, Genesee Community College, SUNY at Buffalo, local public schools, WBFO-FM and WBNY-FM; Produced 85th Anniversary Celebration, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, Sept. 1995 and The Flying Karamazov Brothers with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, to benefit the Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, March 1995; SCRABBLE Souper Bowl, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, Jan. 1995? Produced Folk Arts Network Conference, Cambridge, MA, November 1993; Fundraising Concert for Massachusetts State Representative Pat Jehlen, October 1992; Produced "Hearts Can Be United," Cambridge, MA, October 1990; Produced Revels' Spring Sing, Cambridge, MA, 1989/90 “A Little Night Music,” Cambridge, MA, 1990 and Revels Pub Sing, Cambridge, MA, 1989; Produuced Joe Hickerson Concert (Oberlin College Alumni) Cambridge, MA, 1984; Directed four Railroad Productions concerts in Ithaca and Syracuse, NY, 1978-80; Presented World Premier of "And They Used To Star In Movies, "Skylab Umbrella Days," 1979 and "The Alley Cats," 1976 in Oswego, NY; Produced 400 performances at the Market House Music Hall and Lowlife Caffe, Oswego, NY, 1975-81. Interests Preservation of the natural environment, writing short stories and poetry, photography, sailing, cycling, theatre, cooking, and playing Scrabble©.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Will - Freelance Animation & Graphic Design
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Will Donovan Graphic Designer, Animator, Filmmaker Animator and Film Director Film Intern Assistant Animator Specialized Skills Indesign | Photoshop | Illustrator | Character Design Final Cut Pro | Logic Express | Conceptual Development Flash | After Effects | HTML | StoryBoard | Traditional 2D Drawing | Stop Motion | Word | PowerPoint | Excel Education University of Massachusetts at Lowell 2010- 2011 Graphic Design and Digital Imaging Certificate,Graphic Design Massachusetts College of Art and Design 2007-2009 BFA in Communications and Design: Animation California Institute of the Arts Experimental Animation 2005 - 2007 Experience Animator and Film Director Far and Away Records (Animation) 4/2010 - 8/2010 Film Intern Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Nonprofit;Museums and Institutions) 9/2009 - 10/2009 Assistant Animator Imaginal Cells FilmWorks, Van Nuys, CA (Motion Pictures and Film) 5/2008 - 7/2008
Dunstable, Massachusetts, United States
Kasey Sadamori - Freelance Stationery Design & Ad Design
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Kasey A. Sadamori 21 Ambrocia st., T.S. Cruz subd., Novaliches, Quezon City, Philippines (0905) 362-8904/ 938-8264 kasey.sadamori@gmail.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Objectives: To be able to gain and utilize knowledge so that I could be considered as one of the best employees in the company. Strengths: -Proven ability to produce quickly under pressure without sacrificing quality. -Committed to responsibilities and duties. -Full range of different skills. Employment: -Customer Service Representative PCCW Teleservices inc. Ortigas Center, Pasig City. February – September 2010; Nokia Account. -Customer Service Representative E4e Ortigas Center, Pasig City. January – July 2009; Google Treasure Chest, axai berry accounts. -Editor/Media Transcriptionist/Team Leader Information Technology Customer Care Inc., February – November 2008 -Service Crew Felix Huertas Cantina Sta. Cruz, Manila. Education: Our Lady of Fatima University Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management 2006 – 2007 Novaliches High School Secondary 2002 – 2006 San Agustin Elementary School Elementary 1996 – 2002 Character References: (Availability upon request) _________________________ Kasey A. Sadamori
Philippine, Manila, United States
Ginadawn - Freelance Content Writing & Illustration
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In my former position as a professional Copywriter/Social Media Consultant my daily duties consisted of the following: -Created copy for websites and advertising - Aggregation of content for daily social media posts for clients - Social media branding - Website consulting - Search engine optimization data entry - Constructed daily emails for clients regarding their accounts - Created press releases for national business
Wichita, Kansas, United States
Abe Zieleniec - Freelance Graphic Design & Album Design
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Freelance Graphic Designer based out of Chicago. Currently enrolled at Columbia College Chicago as a Graphic Design Major. Specialties include album design, flyer design, t-shirt design, logo design, dvd design and branding material. Please message for more details.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
William Mabin - Freelance Illustration & 3D Graphic Design
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Curriculum Vitae Full Name: William John Mabin Date of Birth: 06 March 1986 Place of Birth: Johannesburg Nationality: South African Contact Details: Cell: 082 856 5606/ 079 036 7677 Email: william.mabin@gmail.com; william.mabin@yahoo.com Academic Qualifications: Damelin Randburg: 2004: IEB Matric with University Exemption University of the Witwatersrand 2010 : Master of Art in the field of Digital Arts specialisation in 3D animation 2008: BA (FA) major in photography + BA courses at first year level in Psychology and Political Studies Title of Master’s Research Report: ‘The Presence of Classical Hollywood Narration in Video Games A Study of Grand Theft Auto 4’ Additional Experience: I attended night classes at the animation company Luma during the second part of 2010. This included extra classes in XSI:Softimage, animation and about the animation industry. Academic Awards: Golden Key Society Member: On the basis that I am in the top fifteen percent of achievers at the University of the Witwaterstrand 2011 Senior Merit Bursary. 2009. The Standard Bank Group Foundation of African Art Prize: Awarded to the best undergraduate essay in African art studies. 2007. Selected to exhibit in Martienssen Prize exhibition. 2007. Skills: I have a comprehensive knowledge of Photographic media both analogue and digital having majored in Photography for two years. I have experience with Web design and graphic design. I am also very familiar with advanced computer programmes, which comprised both my undergraduate and postgraduate University courses. These programmes are: • XSI: Softimage • Dreamweaver CS2-CS4 • Adobe Photoshop CS2-CS4 • Flash CS4 • Adobe Indesign • Adobe Illustrator • Final Cut Pro In addition to this I own Zbrush and am in the process of teaching myself to use it, through the use of online tutorials and am integrating it into my digital work flow. Work Experience: (In descending order) • Web design tutor for 4th year level in the Division of Digital Arts, Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand in Dreamweaver CS4; Flash CS4; Photoshop CS4 (NQF level 7) 2009 • Poster Designer for Wits School of the Arts Conferences and Seminars 2009 • airport collections 2007-2008 • transported two children on a regular basis between their school and home 2006-2008 • Waiter 2003-2005 Extra Mural Interests: • Taekwondo, World Taekwondo Federation: Blue Belt (7th) • Muay Thai, Warrior Sports Association: Blue Belt Green Stripe (6th) My Strengths: Through my Photography I have developed my critical and creative thinking skills. In 2008 I embarked on a photographic expedition into the Gautrain tunnels. There I succeeded in creating a series of photographs that are unique in their temporal and physical contexts. Through the photographs that I have taken I have learned a lot about the art of being a documentary photographer as well as a critical observer. Attaining a number of firsts in my final year of undergraduate study I proved that I had attained both technical and conceptual mastery of the medium. I have strengthened my people skills in my working interaction with a wide variety of people, especially foreign tourists and visiting academics. I have also proved myself to be trustworthy by delivering people including young children to their destinations safely. As a contemplative individual I always consider the society in which we live attempt to see things from different people’s perspectives. I am sensitive to other’s needs. I am a very sociable person who enjoys teamwork and collaboration. I value honesty and reliability and try very hard to live up to these ideals myself. I enjoy the opportunity to be creative in a variety of ways for example through artistic expression. While having a strong conceptual basis I am also interested in commercial branding and character design. I aspire to acquire substantial experience in the animation, design industry which will ultimately allow me to run my own animation/ design company. I enjoy reading and research as well as physical activity with a particular passion for martial arts. References: Prof Anitra Nettleton (Professor of Art History, University of the Witwatersrand): email- anitra.nettleton@wits.ac.za Prof Shireen Hassim (Associate Professor in Political Studies, University of the Witwatersrand and former employer)- cell no. 082 6841955
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Cristine Cier - Freelance Graphic Design & Photo Editing
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I am a decorative painter specializing in water-based glazes, parchmet glazing, soft color wash, layering, frotage, stripes, leather and texture finshes, decorative plaster, luster stone, stencils, murals and more.
Allentown, New Jersey, United States
Jordan Saia - Freelance Illustration & Sci Fi Art
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Jordan Saia is a concept artist & illustrator from Atlanta, GA currently working in Portland, OR He has worked for many of the top game studios, book publishers and trading card companies around the world.
Portland, Oregon, United States