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Lance Carroll - Freelance Book Design & Magazine Design
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Lance Carroll 549 N. Wexford Cir, Medford, Oregon Tel: 1-541-613-6407 Email: tm610@hotmail.com Career Focus Expand my knowledge and expertise by working for a company that has intensity for success and growth. Experience Summary • Experienced in writing feature articles, short stories, editorial pieces, press releases, and creative print ad copy. • Experienced in magazine/book...
Medford, Oregon, United States

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Laura A Matilsky - Freelance Spanish Translation & Data Entry
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B.A., Spanish Translation and Interpretation Summa *** Laude; GPA 3.99/4.0 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey Coursework included classes in linguistics, literature, commerce and culture of the Spanish-speaking world, and specialized theory and practice in literary, medical and legal translation and interpretation. ACTFL Spanish Oral Proficiency Test Bridging The Gap 40-hour interpreter training NJ Court Interpreter Freelance Court and Medical Interpreter (September 2010-Present) Provided interpreting services for medical appointments, legal depositions and more, including a documentary film and a conference on Strategic Communications. AECOM Spanish Linguist (June 2011-July 2011) Provided interpretation, translation and transcription contract services to the DEA in Spanish and English. UMDNJ, High Risk O.B. Clinic, Medical Interpreter May 2010-March 2011 Additionally: Sept. ’07-May ’08 Provided consecutive and simultaneous interpretations for health care practitioners in pediatrics, internal medicine, ob/gyn, dental and urgent care. Included supervised fieldwork and coursework in ethics, professionalism and conduct in a medical interpreting setting. Promoted from the Chandler Clinic to the High Risk O.B. Clinic. Escort Interpreter July 2009-December 2010 Provided interpretation for child with significant leg length defect to ensure proper services with social workers, healthcare providers and political sponsors. Interpreter, Legal Services of NorthWest Jersey June 2010-September 2010 Worked independently and under the supervision of Legal Services’ staff interpreter, providing interpretation and translation services to lawyers and their low-income clients. Served as an interpreter for a special community project providing eligibility assessments for flood victims. Somerset County Courthouse, Interpreter internship January 2010-May 2010 Shadowed professional court interpreters, and performed off-the-record translation and interpreting tasks for lawyers and their clients. Elijah’s Promise Soup Kitchen, Community Translator and Interpreter July 2009-August 2009 Provided simultaneous and consecutive interpreting services into Spanish for several Limited English Proficiency students in a chef certification course. Provided summaries in Spanish of cooking textbook chapter. WORK EXPERIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL STUDY Women Aware, New Brunswick NJ, Case Manager and Advocate (September 2009-May 2010) Provided case management, advocacy and crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence in shelter and on hotline. Translated documents and provided interpreting assistance; improved services for Spanish-speaking clients. Cofradía, Honduras, Elementary School Teacher (July 2008-June 2009) Served as the 6th grade teacher in a bilingual school designed to support underprivileged students. Created lesson plans and curricula covering all subjects. Drafted reports in Spanish, providing translation and interpreting as needed. Designed and implemented extracurricular activities, and teacher’s conference trip. Currently serving as mentor and translator. ****** Assault Services and Crime Victim Assistance, Rutgers University, Scream Theater Member and Training Coordinator (September 2004-August 2009) Researched topics of interpersonal violence for SCREAM theater (an educational interactive theater group that educates students and working professionals on domestic violence, ****** assault, bullying and stalking); Designed, organized and ran the biweekly meetings to educate the members and performers of SCREAM. As a member, performed in the presentations. Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University, Ed. Psych. Research (February 2007-May 2008) Handled data entry, collection, and digital organization; collaborated with graduate students to develop models and to code data. Center for European Studies, Rutgers University, Documentarian (July 2006) Conducted interviews with townspeople in Siete Aguas, Spain, to accurately portray life in a small village for the European Village Project. Presented the documentary to the Rutgers community and to high school students. Volunteers For Peace, Concord, N.H. International Camp Director (July 2005) Program designed to allow 11 participants from 8 different countries to live and work together to foster cultural understanding. Managed budget, arranged meals and transportation, ensured the wellbeing of participants. ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS Rutgers College Graduation Valedictory Speaker, May 2008 Phi Beta Kappa, elected junior year Honors thesis in philosophy: The Arab-Israeli Conflict Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence for 4.0 cumulative gpa
Dover, New Jersey, United States
Shona McNeil - Freelance Proofreading & Creative Writing
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$48
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Award nominated writer - musicals, stage plays; lecturer in radio writing, scripts, adverts. 3 commissions for radio plays from BBC Radio Scotland Education & Religion. Got to the finals of the 2014 Wellington Slam. Award winning puppeteer; professional actor; drama tutor.
Paraparaumu, Wellington, New Zealand
Shannon Spoler - Freelance Animation & Digital Art
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4.0
2 Skills
$10
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SHANNON SPOLER Reels, Portfolio, And Letter Of Recommendation Available At: http://shannnonspoler.com OBJECTIVE: I aspire to employ my proficient art and design skills in a way that best benefits a company in need of my talents. EDUCATION: Received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation from top-ranked Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia in March, 2010 where I excelled in these classes: 2-D Design, 3-D Character Setup and Animation, Digital Cell Animation, Survey of Sequential Art. SKILLS SUMMARY: • Expert skill level in Adobe Photoshop 7 through Adobe Photoshop CS5: Skillfully created digital matte paintings, cell-shaded drawings, character design mock-ups, and a personal label. • Skilled in using Macromedia Flash 8 through Adobe Flash CS5: Prepared several short films using digital cutout style animation. • Proficient in operating Adobe Premiere CS3 through CS5: Created personal reels in Premier CS5. • Proficient in manipulating Adobe After Effects CS3 through CS5: Created motion graphics for Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Maryland using After Effects CS5; Edited personal reels in After Effects CS5. • Proficient knowledge of and application of AutoDesk Maya: Composed and rendered digital 3D models in AutoDesk Maya for numerous academic Animation projects. • Adept in using Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 through Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, CSS and HTML: Created personal website using Dreamweaver CS5, CSS, and HTML. • Skilled in using Adobe Illustrator CS2 through CS5: Created storyboards in Premier CS3 through CS5; Created personal logo using Illustrator CS5. • Experienced in utilizing Corel Painter 9: Created digital matte paintings • Proficient in usage of Macintosh Platform and Microsoft Windows / Office. • Have created solicited artistic pieces using Adobe Creative Suite CS5. ACTIVITIES / MEMBERSHIPS: Assisted junior year roommate with problem solving and production of several of her student films; Member of SCAD’s Anime club. EMPLOYMENT: • Elizabeth Comeau: Ellicott City, MD – Baby Sitter and Art Tutor: August 2011- October 2011. • MRA and Sardi Design: Baltimore, MD – Graphic Designer: August 2011 - Under Freelance Contract. • Nonprofit Foley artist for independent film “Gorgeous Night” by Origin Nile Films – March through April 2011. • Currently working on solicited illustrations in the creation of a children’s book: February 2011 – completion. • Graphics design intern for Aberdeen Iron Birds Baseball at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, MD: July 2010 – September 2010: Proficiently employed a variety of software systems to create designs for the team scoreboard; Created the graphic designs for NASCAR and Superhero Nights. • Diddywopps & Keeffers Art Camp: Monkton, MD - Camp Counselor: July 2007. AWARDS / HONORS: Dean’s List at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Eldersburg, Maryland, United States
Melissa Byle - Freelance CAD & Interior Design
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2 Skills
$30
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I am currently an Interior Designer with experience in various areas including residential, commercial and retail design as well as color and furniture consultations. In addition I create art work on the side for various events as well as working with small start ups to create marketing materials.
Westland, Michigan, United States
Babatunde Hezekiah Oluleye - Freelance Programming & 3D Animation
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Oluleye BABATUNDE https://www.linkedin.com/in/hezekiah EDUCATION EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY PH.D IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Oct 15, 2015 | Perth, WA, Australia FUNAAB M.SC IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Nov 02, 2009 | Abeokuta, OG, Nigeria UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN M.SC IN MATHEMATICS April 02, 2009 | Ibadan, OY, Nigeria FUNAAB B.SC IN COMPUTER SCIENCE May 16, 2002 | Abeokuta, OG, Nigeria LINKS Github:// hezecomp LinkedIn:// Hezekiah Researchgate:// HezyResearchGate COURSEWORK GRADUATE(MATHEMATICS) Partial Differential Equation Ordinary Differential Equation Mathematical Modeling Numerical Analysis GRADUATE(COMPUTER SC) Advanced Computer Programming Advanced Operations Research DataBase Design Compiler Construction and (4 more different units) UNDERGRADUATE Linear Algebra Operating Systems Assembly language programming Mathematical Methods Computer Programming and (53 more different units) SKILLS PROGRAMMING Over 6000 lines: MATLAB • C/C++ • Csharp • R Latex • Python • SPSS Web Programming CSS • JavaScript • HTML Familiar: AS3 • Animate CC • Android • MySQL EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN | POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN SYSTEMS BIOLOGY March 2016 – Present | Madison, WI, USA • Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation of Biological Systems EDITH COWAN UNIVERSITY | DATA ANALYST July 2014 – July 2015 | Perth, WA, Australia • Worked primarily as research support at graduate level, conducting data analysis for various students of different backgrounds, using MATLAB,Python and SPSS. OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY | LECTURER IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Nov 2010 – June 2016 | Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria • Teaching computer sciences and mathematics. JABU UNIVERSITY | LECTURER IN COMPUTER SCIENCE April 2009 – Feb 2011 | Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria • Teaching computer sciences and mathematics. RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH INTERESTS • Image Processing • Machine Learning • Mathematical Modelling • Data Analytics • Systems Biology and Bioinformatics PHD AND MSC THESES • PhD thesis (Computer Science): A Neuro-Genetic Hybrid Approach To Automatic Identification of Plant Species. • MSc thesis (Mathematics): On Numerical Simulation of a class of boundary-valued stochastic differential equation. • MSc thesis (Computer science): A Cellular Neural Networks-Based Model for Edge Detection. • More than 16 Publications (MyPublications). AWARDS AND SOCIETIES • Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics [Member]. • Society for Mathematical Biology [Member]. • Top 10 Fresh Scientists in WA, Australia (http://freshscience.org.au/) [Award]. • Edith Cowan University International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (ECUIPRS 2013)[Award]. • Industry and PhD Research Engagement Program of Western Australia (iprepWA, 2015)- Application of design thinking to software production [Award]. • Best Conference Paper, AFITA 2014,Perth,WA, Australia [Award
Abia, United States
James Fleming - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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James R. Fleming lbyronbyron@yahoo.com Education: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Ph.D. in English, expected in May 2012 Chair: Dr. Donald D. Ault Readers: Dr. Judith Page and Dr. James Paxson Tentative Dissertation: Hamlet, Trauma and the English Romantic Movement GPA: 4.0/4.0 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL M.A. in English, May 2006 Thesis: “Life in Death/Death in Life: Trauma, Testimony and the 1798 Lyrical Ballads” Chair: Dr. Judith Page Reader: Dr. Donald D. Ault GPA: 4.0/4.0 Suffolk University, Boston, MA B.A. in English (Magna *** Laude), August 2002 Thesis: “Postmodern Approaches to Byron’s Don Juan” Chair: Dr. Anthony Merzlak Reader: Dr. Peter Caputo Minor: Philosophy GPA: 3.78/4.0 “Portrait of Postmodern Renaissance Men: Postmodern Philosophy in Mad Men.” Forthcoming in Mad Men: A Critical Companion (Syracuse University Press, 2011). “‘I am dead, Horatio’: Testimony and the Imminence of Hamlet’s Death.” Forthcoming in The St. John’s Humanities Review. “Mad Men in the Context of the John F. Kennedy Assassination.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2010) “Further Down the Road of Excess: Hunter S. Thompson and English Romanticism.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2009). “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision.” The Mailer Review (Vol. 3, Fall 2009). “But Where is the Castle? Modernist Allegory in Norman Mailer’s The Castle in the Forest.” EAPSU (Vol. 5, Fall 2008). “‘A World a Borning’: Incommensurable Ontologies in Neil Gaiman’s 1602.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 4: Issue 1, Spring 2008). “Cross Cultural O’Neill: A Bengali Desire Under the Elms.” The Eugene O’Neill Review (Vol. 25: Issues 1 & 2, Spring and Fall 2002, pp. 71 – 93). Encyclopedia Entries: “Garrison, Jim,” “Goodbye Columbus,” “In Cold Blood,” “Kennedy, Jacqueline,” “Kessey, Ken,” “Mailer, Norman,” “McNamarra, Robert,” “Oswald, Lee Harvey,” “Plath, Sylvia,” “Pynchon, Thomas,” “Rolling Stones,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Ruby, Jack,” “Viet Cong,” “Warren Comission.” Forthcoming in The Encyclopedia of the Sixties: A Decade of Culture and Counterculture (ABC-CLIO, 2011). “Sir Walter Scott,” “Saki’s ‘A Matter of Sentiment’,” and “Helen Simpson.” The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction (Facts on File, 2008). “Jiro Adachi,” “Teresa Le Yung Ryan,” and “Imad Rahman.” Encyclopedia of American-Ethnic Literature (Facts on File, 2008). “Ella D’Arcy.” The Literary Encyclopedia [online database] 14 Mar. 2006. The Literary Dictionary Company (19 April 2006). “Nathaniel Tarn.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry (University of California Press, 2006). Review Essays: “Review of Anthony Del Tol and Conor McReery’s **** Shakespeare.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Winter 2011). “Review of Daniel Clowes’s Wilson.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Fall 2010). “Review of Grant Morrison’s Batman & Robin.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Summer 2010). “Review of Dino Franco Felluga’s The Perversity of Poetry: Romantic Ideology and the Popular Male Poet of Genius.” Romantic Textualities (Vol. 16, Summer 2006). “Review of B.J. Oropeza’s The Gospel According to Superheroes: Religion and Popular Culture.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 3: Issue 1, Summer 2006). “Review of Danny Figgeroth’s Superman on the Couch.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 2: Issue 2, Winter 2006). “Review of Geoff Klock’s How to Read Superhero Comics and Why.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 1: Issue 3, Summer 2005). Creative Publications: A Study in Darkness. (Novella). Forthcoming in Failbetter Quarterly. Subtle Variations. (Novella). Forthcoming from Burrow Press. “Heart of Madness.” Forthcoming in the Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. “The Rope of Sand.” Forthcoming in The White Whale Review. “She’s Missing.” Forthcoming in Carve. “Dead Men in Denmark.” Forthcoming in Smokelong Quarterly. “My Celebrity Encounters.” McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern 37 (Spring 2011). “He Tells Her a Story.” Failbetter Quarterly (Winter 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VII.” Mcsweeney’s Internet Tendency (8 Feb. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VI.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (19 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection V.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (3 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection IV.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (6 Dec. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection III.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (15 Nov. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection II.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (27 Oct. 2010) “Cosby Codex Selection I.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (14 Oct. 2010) “How She Dies.” Failbetter Quarterly (May 2009). “Mason Meets Dixon.” Venture (Spring 2004: pp. 72). “I, it’s I: For John Berryman.” Venture (Spring 2003: pp. 26-30). “Freeways.” Venture (Spring 2002: pp. 25-29). “Switch.” Venture (Spring 2001: pp. 37-42). “Pealed.” Venture (Spring 2000: pp. 54-55). “Inner City Blues.” The Beacon Hill Times (10 July 1999). Newspaper and Magazine Publications: “The Postmodern Chekov: An Introduction to Stephen Dixon.” Forthcoming in The Quarterly Conversation. “The White Album.” Forthcoming in Popmatters. “The Dark Prince and The Dark Knight.” Forthcoming in Shakespeare Scene. “The Buffalo Lies Bleeding or the Curse of Hunter.” Popmatters (18 September 2009). “Ed Harris in The Right Stuff,” “Malcolm McDowell in A Clockwork Orange,” “Paul Newman in The Hustler,” “Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now,” “Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon” and “Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver.” Popmatters (28 July 2009). “Purple Rain in Pop Context.” Popmatters (11 June, 2009) “Review of John Cheever: A Life by Blake Bailey.” Popmatters (11 May 2009). Presentations and Conferences: “Mailer and Byronic Heroism,” presented at the 8th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 22 October 2009, Norman Mailer Society, Washington, D.C. “How to Get Weird in the Composition Classroom and Why: Toward a Vision of Gonzo Pedagogy,” presented at the 1st Quarterly University Writing Program Composition Theory Symposium, 18 February 2009, University Writing Program, University of Florida. “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision,” presented at the 7th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 18 October 2008, Norman Mailer Society, Provincetown, MA. “Envisioning and Re-visioning Gravity’s Rainbow,” presented to Dr. Anastasia Ulanowicz’s Picture Book Seminar, 11 November 2008, Department of English, University of Florida. “Batman, Romanticism and Trauma,” presented to Dr. Donald Ault’s Comics and Animation Seminar, 7 April 2007, Department of English, University of Florida. “Incommensurable Ontologies,” presented at the University of Florida Comics Studies Conference, 3 March 2007, University of Florida. Chair, “The Racial Frontiers of Labor and Subjectivity,” panel at the 8th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Spaces of Dissent: The Borders of Transnational Dreams, 4 April 2006, University of Florida. Chair, “Madness, Masochism, and Christianity in the Age of Enlightenment,” panel at the Graduate Student Council Forum, 1 April 2005, University of Florida. “‘And of this place . . . I might have been mistress’: Social Oppression in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the 7th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Grave ReMarx: The Dead Keep Accumulating, 25 March 2005, University of Florida. “‘Into a Place’: Negotiating the Public and Private Zones of the Estate in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the Negotiating 19th Century Space Conference, 11 March 2005, University of South Carolina. “The Meta-Reader and Byron’s Don Juan,” English Department Faculty Lecture Series, 22 October 2002, Suffolk University. “The Dark and The Ideal: A Jungian Reading of Death in Venice,” presented at the Sigma Tau Delta Annual Literary Conference, 15 March 2001, Corpus Christi, TX. Editorial Experience: Item Writer, ACT, January 2007-August 2008 Book Review Editor, ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal, Department of English, University of Florida, January 2006-March 2008 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Donald Ault’s Visionary Physics and Other Essays, (Station Hill Press, 2008), January 2006-May 2008 Co-Editor and Copy-Editor, Quest: GUE Underwater Lifestyle and Adventure Magazine, August 2005-August 2007 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Gail Coffler’s Melville’s Biblical Illusions, (Praeger Publishers, 2004), October 2003-January 2004 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Thomas Connolly’s Eugene O’Neill’s Next Century, (Farleigh Dickinson University Press, Forthcoming), September 2002-January 2003 Editorial Adviser, Venture (Literary Magazine), Department of English, Suffolk University, September 2001-May 2004 Editorial and Research Assistant, Theatre Research International, Suffolk University and Oxford University Press, September 2001-May 2003
Orlando, Florida, United States
Warren Muzak - Freelance Animal Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
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5.0
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I am a professional illustrator without the professional rates. Though I mainly work with childrens and young adult authors I am not limited to those styles. Quality artwork and fast project turn around times have established a solid client base of independent authors and publishers who return to me time and time again. My complete portfoliocan be viewed on my website: http://warrenmuzak.weebly.com
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Thulani Ngcobo - Freelance CD Design & Presentation Design
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I'm A qualified Architectural Technician, with 10 years of working experience in the field. I'm a self motivated individual who take pride on his work. I'm compitance in all aspect of architectural profession. i.e design, working drawings and tendering.
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
JBWrites - Freelance Ghostwriting & Content Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$35
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Throughout the ages, an open secret... Ghostwriters have been utilized by executives, professionals, celebrities, politicians and kings to control public personas, legacies and, sometimes, mythologies. They know that the quest to secure their moment in history can only be achieved through the power of the written word. They also know that writing a book requires a level of dedication that they can ill afford lest they take their eye off their own tasks. They understand that their time is too valuable and/or too limited to dedicate the weeks, months and, sometimes, even the years that would be needed for them to get their book written. Sometimes, they even realize that writing is hard work! Like pushing a rock up a hill, it takes a lot of energy and dedication to move the weight of ideas and hopes and ambitions and dreams of a book to completion. With a lifetime of dedication to the craft of creative writing, JB is a passionate wordsmith. Journaling before dawn, blogging from his iPhone while on the go, or showing up at the keyboard and writing page after page before most people even get to work, JB is a writing workaholic (writeaholic?). Combining his creative energy with two decades of experience in television market research, corporate training and business management makes JB your writing project’s best choice! My job as a Ghostwriter is simple, I fill in the blanks between the covers.
San Diego, California, United States