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Ray Snyman - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
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5.0
2 Skills
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3year National Diploma in Applied Design Experience in print and advertising companies For a full digital CV and Portfolio feel free to email me at addesign.za@gmail.com
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Adenigbagbe Michael - Freelance Editing & Logo Design
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4.0
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Mike is a graduate of Biocchemistry in the University of Ado Ekiti in Nigeria. That was 1993. He has a flair for writing and working on the internet. He has about twelve years experience in Computer repairs and services having gotten the hands-on training since 1999.He has been into editing, writing and logo designs since when he was very young.
Eastern Cape, South Africa
Edward Jacob - Freelance Logo Design & Magazine Photography
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I like to write short stories and novels but has not published anything at the moment. One of my hobbies is to listen to music like reggae. I like being cosy by myself with out distractions.
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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Daniel Clark - Freelance Album Design & Graphic Design
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Erik Perez - Freelance Illustration & Graphic Design
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When I was in kindergarten, every week my teacher would show us a tv program that guided students on how to match shapes with objects we wanted to draw. Enamored by what I learned, I began to apply those techniques and there began my passion for drawing. My first two drawings were of a man in a tv show we would watch in class and the other of a cat that was stuck in a tree. Whether I was at school or at home you could always find me with a pencil and paper drawing something. Upon entering high school, I was introduced to New Expressions. It was a teen publication produced by Columbia College and distributed to most public and Catholic high schools in Chicago. I volunteered as an illustrator and has thrilled when opportunities came up to assist with graphic design and publication layouts. Within the first year of being part of the team, I was promoted to Assistant Art and Design Editor. My new position help develop my leadership skills by leading team meetings and assisting the editor periodically. Working with New Expressions inspired me to continue to develop my skills as a graphic design and illustrator. Upon graduation from high school, I applied for and was accepted into the School of Graphic Design and Multimedia at Westwood College during the winter of 2002. Westwood College, it's professors and various faculty, introduced me to a world of computer graphics and illustration. The levels of creativity you could soar to was limitless once you applied yourself and learned tools and applications of our trade. Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, and Dreamweaver! Those were the tools I used to digitally visualization what previously was only in my mind. My passion grew and with that my learning spilled outside of the classroom. I spent countless hours at home training and learning far beyond my classroom assignments. Eventual my hard work was noticed and I became a teacher's assistant and graduated as one of the top designers in my class. When I design, I don't believe in producing less than perfect artwork. An artist once said, "Art is never finished. Only abandoned." This is true. I can always go back and add something to my pieces. In 2012 I returned to Westwood College to further my education with a BA in Game Art and Design.
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Captain Marzipan - Freelance Logo Design & Graphic Design
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Amy de Oliveira - Freelance Graphic Design & Art
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I am an artist, graphic designer and Life Drawing/ Body Painting model. I have been a practising artist for 5 years and have exhibited in Sydney and Brisbane. I specialise in Oil and acrylic painting, charcoal and pastel drawing as well as mixed medium artworks. At present my focus is surreal/ fantasy, semi realism and portraiture. I have completed my diploma in Graphic Design last october and have been freelancing since then producing catalogues, brochures, magazines, flyers, business stationary, logos. T-Shirt designs etc. I am available for fulltime, part time, casual or commissioned work.
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Forsyth, Georgia, United States
Shamar Johnson - Freelance CD Design & Graphic Novel Art
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Shamar Johnson ? 822 West 6th Street ? Chester, PA 19013 ? (610) 990-2240 ? jaleer70@gmail.com Profile Team-oriented light industry professional with experience in landscaping, environmental services, and customer service, seeking growth and development opportunities with values-based employer Skill Sets • Active Listening • Communication • Detail-Oriented • Equipment Operation • Hand and Power Tools • Problem-Solving • Safety Procedures • Teamwork • Time Management Roles and Responsibilities • Communicated with immediate supervisor to ensure understanding of daily plan for all routine and non-routine activities • Operated a variety of hand and power tools associated with landscaping including push mowers, riding mowers, saws, shears, chippers, pruners, clippers, rakes, hoes, and shovels • Performed a variety of landscaping duties such as mowing, trimming, edging, mulching, seed planting, aerating, and collection and disposal of all waste and debris • Selected, used, and disposed of a variety of chemicals associated with landscaping including insecticides, herbicides, and fertilizer • Provided a variety of seasonal landscaping tasks such as installing sod, planting trees, applying mulch, as well as leaf and snow removal • Cleaned and maintained administrative offices, lobbies, hallways, and resident living quarters to ensure compliance with employer safety and quality standards • Maintained good housekeeping in work area to minimize risk exposure for personnel and equipment • Collected facility trash and waste and segregated during disposal with a focus on compliance with site procedures and municipal standards • Checked and maintained daily inventory of supplies and coordinated with team supervisor to ensure adequate and efficient filing of replenishment orders • Directed the daily activities of a team tasked with landscaping at commercial and residential properties with duties that included staffing, training, and evaluating performance • Resolved customer complaints by actively listening to fully understand the problem and selected effective solutions to ensure customer satisfaction • Managed time to optimize productivity and supported team members during off peak hours to demonstrate teamwork and improve knowledge of site operations • Demonstrated flexibility and provided support to all team members in performance of routine and non-routine tasks Work History Chester Housing Authority Chester, PA Utility Worker 2010 – 2014 Education Chester High School, Chester, PA Diploma
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