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Laurie McCarthy - Freelance Graphic Design & Magazine Design
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Jackson, Mississippi, United States

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Joshua Stuebe - Freelance Audio Production & Voiceovers
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Audio Engineer and musician based out of Nashville Tennessee. Graduated 2013 with a BA in Audio Engineering Technologies and Spanish Minor from Belmont University. Recorded music for CD, digital distribution, and vinyl. Mixed 5.1 surround for Nashville film Althea. Installed Neve VR legend console and recording gear into Quonset hut in 2012. Translated books and written numerous papers in Spanish. Recorded Foley and ADR for movies. Built Manley and API clone preamps from scratch. Recorded audio and shot video and photography on location for music performances.
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Himanshu Tomar - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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I am B. Sc. - Non Med and PGDBM qualified. Having around 6 years of working experience with different MNCs in Medical and Marketing line. Reading something new and different always fascinates me. Writing has been my hobby, recently I have taken up writing seriously and I am enjoying it.
Mohali, Punjab, India
James Sienkowski - Freelance Animal Illustration & Print Ad Design
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I am graphic designer / illustrator. I currently work full time as graphic designer at a printing company and use my evenings for freelance projects. I earned BFA majoring in Illustration and also have a Associates degree in Printing & Publishing. I expect that with in the next few months I will have enough freelance jobs to do it full time.
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Liza Limanov - Freelance Animation & Animal Illustration
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$9
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I have a Bachelors degree in animation from Pratt Institute, where I studied traditional paper animation and digital animation, completed a senior capstone project, and worked on two small team projects. My goal is to intern in a New York based animation studio, and finally land a job as a 2D animator. I am very excited for the opportunity to intern in NYC.
Maplewood, New Jersey, United States
Alan Lawrence - Freelance Art & Graphic Design
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Alan Lawrence Illustration - Background & Experience Alan did a fine art course after leaving secondary school. However, he soon decided that teaching art was not for him. He did his practical training in a top London advertising agency where he was taught to produce slick visuals, story boards and finished illustration. Alan has had a long and varied career as a freelance illustrator. Starting in London in the mid 1980s. He was taken on by one of London's finest art agents, 'Ian Fleming and Associates.' When he decided to emigrate to Australia, he was represented by the Sydney art agent, 'Merilake.' Alan was also employed as a freelance story board artist for major TV and Movie productions. He worked closely with the movie director, 'Carl Schultz' on his boots and saddles comedy, 'Bulls Eye' and on the Australian mini series, 'Cyclone Tracy.' If you would like to see Alan's portfolio of original work, please do not hesitate to contact him. E-mail: goodguy@dodo.com.au On-Line Portfolio: http://on-line-stories.com/art.html Regards, Alan Lawrence
New South Wales, Australia
Barry Adamson - Freelance Speech Writing & Blog Writing
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I am creative personality striving for excellence in the publication industry with fresh experience in the fields of writing and editing. Currently a freelance professional, I am looking to build on my experience through full-time or part-time employment with companies or individuals who value the written word as an essential part of communication. I am a critical thinker, highly analytic, and an enthusiastic worker who values time, energy, and effort when it comes to any project. I enjoy a balanced life, and prefer a level-headed approach in all things that make up my day.
Frederick, Maryland, United States
Kelley Price - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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I am a writer who enjoys proofreading and editing. I have experience with regular columns, newsletters, instructional material and creative writing. I edited and self-published a quarterly newsletter for three years that had a number of contributors. I have an outstanding ability to retain the style and tone of the author when editing creative work. My superior communication skills facilitate an end product with which the author can be pleased and satisfied. Editing/Writing Support •Newsletters •Columns/Articles •Educational/Instructional •Orations •Creative Writing Clerical/Office Support •Typing 60 wpm •10-key by touch 12,000 kph •Data Entry 10,000 kph •PC •MS Word & Excel •Phones/FAX •Bookeeping/Accounting/Ledger •Filing I'm proficient in all aspects of: *Office Generalist *Accounts Payable & Receivable *Administrative Support *Secretarial *Human Resources *Collections *Customer Service
United States
Dillon Kellar - Freelance Article Writing & Children's Book Writing
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I have worked for various gaming groups and a blogging website for writing I can write on a wide variety of subjects. I have a sample of my work right here. Chapter one-scene one-cutscene Game opens to a scene of a starry night sky Scene lasts for five seconds then goes black We hear a little mumbling that appears to be around five feet away “He’s dying” “If he had been here a few hours earlier, he’d be alright…” “Should we just give it to him?” “Why should we? It will only make him die a little slower, and there are others who still have a chance.” Sky is shown again, character screams for two seconds then stops. Camera zooms out and shows a man lying on a field of dead grass with scars, cuts, bruises, spots, and blood all over his skin, wearing a whitewater suit that has been torn on the upper right arm, lower left leg, where there is a fair amount of blood, and a large gaping hole in his calf. His skin is shriveled up. After fifteen seconds of the camera panning around the character, he suddenly starts convulsing, three seconds later the screen goes black again. Chapter one-scene two-cutscene/play Character from previous scene is shown, but with none of the cuts, bruises, spots or blood, also he is wearing blue jeans and a red plaid button-up shirt rather than the mercenary outfit, he has black boots on his feet. Character has dark brown, shoulder length hair and dark sunglasses. He is average height and weight. He has a ten gallon hat upon his head and is sitting in a rusty truck, it has a broken bumper and smashed headlights. There is a man who is clearly not happy about being in such a truck, wearing a black business suit. Your character is in the driver's seat, the other man is in the passenger seat. "You'll love this job, it's so exciting and the pay is excellent." "How could I enjoy being a mur-" the engine starts and your character's voice is cut off [you are now interacting with the character, you drive the vehicle forward, the area around you is desert, there is nothing visible behind you other than a small cluster of small, white buildings, you can not move backwards. 500m ahead, you reach a black, 4 story building, with no decorations in the front, and no windows. It has a single white door with a red W on the front. When you are within 15 ft of the building, goes back to cutscene] Your character waits for the other man to get out of the truck, then follows him. The man takes a key from his pocket, puts it in the doorknob's keyhole, and pushes the door open. Inside, there is a large lobby with several benches, and at the far side is a desk with a woman behind it. The two characters walk towards the woman and as you get closer, you can see she has blonde hair set in a pony tail, green oval shaped eyes, is very thin, and has gold earrings in the shape of a valentine. She is wearing a black suit with chains hanging from the shoulder to the waist, shoulder to the mid-chest, and over her heart there is a red circle with a white W inside. When your character is closer to her, just a foot from the desk, she looks up from her papers and says in a smooth voice "Hello Jacob, I suppose this is the recruit you called about? John is waiting for you." Jacob, the man who has been next to you since the beginning of the scene, replies "Thank you Ashley, could you please get him fitted for a uniform while I go see John?" ashley "Of course, sir. Come with me, umm... what did you say your name was?" [type in character's name] "Oh right, well come on fatty, let's get you some clothes." ashley winks [screen goes black for 5 seconds] Chapter one-scene three-introduction video Character's figure is shown from 3rd person view sitting in a comfortable black chair in front of a projector screen in a dark room. Room suddenly light up for a moment and you can see your character wearing the same uniform as Ashley, then a close up of the projection screen is shown. A video is shown of soldiers wearing the same uniform as your character. They are running across valleys, doing jumping-jacks in fields of several other soldiers, piloting helicopters, jumping out of planes, etc. and in each video they are fighting various enemies with shotguns, smgs, etc. while video is playing, a man's deep voice is narrating. "Welcome new recruit to Whiterain. You have surely been told what we do but are likely looking for a detailed explanation of your new job. Well this video will tell you the four different groups we train and what each group does. First we have the pilots, these are...well, the pilots. They fly the helicopters for the soldiers to ride in while they're on the way to dangerous missions. Next we have the foot-soldiers, they fight the enemy head on and are responsible for learning hand to hand combat, how to use various knives, pistols, and submachine guns. Then we have the assassins. The assassins go for the higher targets and are responsible for learning to use their sniper rifles, how to disassemble, smuggle, and reassemble their weapons, and of course, handguns. Last but not least we have our spies, they are given the most high technology weaponry available, including high temperature laser-lights, disguise kits, handguns, and heat sensing goggles. You will now tell your officer which group you would like to be in." [ Camera goes back to 3rd person view of your character. Jacob enters the room through a door at the back and walks to your character. He hands you a piece of paper. You now choose which group you would like to join] That was something I wrote for a game but the person who hired me sold his company so this no longer needs to be finished, and now belongs to me. I have some references Matt Dirks mattrdirks@gmail.com Archie Preston thekingofmods@hotmail.com
Conroe, Texas, United States
Susan Jean Kenny - Freelance Brochure Design & Art
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I run a small business writing grants for non profit organizations and more information is available on my website. Pasted is my professional resume: PROFILE: o 14 years of Management and Director experience wherein I was either directly responsible for the operation or an organization or agency or one of the key management staff. o 10 years of progressively responsible experience in the areas of budgeting, contracting, grant writing, responding to RFP’s and in creating RFP’s. I have done this work for the government, for non-profits and for private corporations. o A combined 17 years of experience in supervising others including the tasks of recruitment, interviewing, training, evaluating and motivating employees. o Extensive experience and ease with public speaking, writing and interacting with media outlets on the part of non-profit organizations and government entities. o Experience and success in working with Boards of Directors; local, state and federal government agencies; constituent groups; and civic and fraternal organizations to represent the organization that I currently serve. o A passion for working with people and generating results by setting the expectations high for myself first and others second. EXPERIENCE: December 2011 SJ Solutions (607)434-1817 Suekenny105@hotmail.com Grant and Technical Writer I have established my own sole proprietorship to offer both grant and technical writing services to not for profit organizations and others seeking assistance with grants, contracts and other writing project such as Annual Reports, Job Descriptions and Identity materials for the web and traditional promotion. 2006 to November 2011 Executive Director The Roxbury Arts Group PO Box 93, Roxbury, NY 12474 As Executive Director of the multi-arts organization, I am directly responsible for all aspects of management, including program development, resource development, budgeting, grant writing, board relations, human resources and staff supervision, facilities management and fund raising. Since my employment as Director, the organization has more than doubled the operating budget and acquired two additional venues in new locales. More information may be found at www.roxburyartsgroup.org. 2005 to October 2006 Contracts & Grants Administration Watershed Agricultural Council Walton, NY 13856 In this role, I created Requests for Proposals (RFP), negotiated the specifics of new and existing contracts and publicized contractual opportunities. I was responsible for grants administration, grant seeking and related resource development activities. Finally, I reviewed and approved all requests for payment of contractors that provide services to the organization. September 2005 – October 2005 Consultation with Horizons Youth Services 4586 Horizons Way, Harrisonburg, VA I served as a consultant to Horizons Youth Services. My most recent project was as the Team Leader for a corporate transition for the Whitney Young Job Corps Center in Kentucky for Horizons Youth Services, the incoming contractor. This involved supervising a team of 8 professionals who conducted over 150 interviews and made over 100 hires, negotiated new center contracts and handled all of the details of turning over this 15 million dollar per year operation of a residential, educational and vocational training facility housing hundreds of Job Corps students. September 2004 - June 2005 Adams and Associates, Inc. Deputy Center Director – Interim Appointment Woodland Job Corps Center, Laurel, MD 20724 While consulting as Deputy Director for this urban Job Corps Center, I was directly responsible to recruit, train, supervise and manage staff within the Education and Training programs including; the Career Development program; the adult basic education and GED program; the High School Diploma program, the vocational training programs; and the Career Transition program. The position involves supervising 4 managers and five separate departments. The Deputy oversees the efforts of 45 staff and is often responsible to supervise the entire Job Corps Center efforts in the absence of the Center Director. October 2004 – November 2004 General Manager/Marketing Director Pragmeta Networks, 25 Elm Street Oneonta, NY 13820 As the Marketing Director, I developed a coordinated plan to promote this Internet Technology Company, on a local and a national level. Related duties included the development of promotional materials, establishing relationships with the area media outlets, developing a competitive Internet marketing strategy and systematically organizing mass mailings and other targeted sales campaigns. I was also responsible to develop bid packages and respond to open Requests for Proposals that are issued by governmental entities. An additional responsibility was handling the day-to-day responsibilities of the firm. This includes staff supervision, training and goal setting. It also involves developing policy, implementing new efforts and communicating with customers and potential customers. June 1999 to Present Community Mediator Community Mediation Services, 48 Dietz Street Oneonta, NY 13820 As a community mediator, trained by the NYS Unified Court System, I perform confidential, unbiased and community based mediation services to a variety of local citizens. The position involves working under the direction of the Community Mediation Coordinators and preparing written mediation documents to present to the local courts on behalf of clients. March 2002 – October 2003 Director of Crime Victims Services Catholic Charities of Chenango County Norwich, NY 13815 In the role of Director, I was responsible for generating both public and private funding to support this county effort servicing the victims of violent crime. Other responsibilities included staff recruitments and training, supervising five program advocates who provided services to crime victims and the family members of victims. This position entailed extensive grant writing, grant reporting and budgeting as well as managing “safe home” for victims of Domestic Violence and their minor children. During my brief tenure with this organization I was also responsible for managing maintenance and logistics for the agency and a group home for youth, ages 13 through 17, who were determined to be “seriously mentally ill.” November 1999 – September 2005 Job Corps Consultant Self Employment, Job Corps Consultant Consultation work included providing technical assistance to Job Corps Centers and companies contracted to operate Job Corps Centers. Consultation was offered in the areas of program administration, program development and management, training and technical assistance, and creating and reviewing proposals for future government funding. In this role, I was responsible for designing and delivering a wide variety of in-service training for management and line staff. Other specific accomplishments included responding to providing input to contract negotiations and proposals, helping to transition programs from one government contractor to another and designing policy and procedural guidelines for new program operations.
Lake City, Florida, United States