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Steph Pickard - Freelance Fashion Photography & Magazine Photography
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Hey! I'm Steph, I'm a 22 year old photographer based out of Metro Detroit. I've worked as a photographer throughout high school and college working for PR companies, fashion magazines, as a staff photographer for MSU's yearbook, as well as other companies and organizations. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in photography this past May, and since then have worked at two different studios...
Detroit, Michigan, United States

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Chris Giamo - Freelance Videography & Journalistic Videography
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Chris Giamo 62 Mellen St. Apt. 9 Portland, ME 04101 cgiamo@gmail.com (574)-807-2167 _____________________________________________________________________________ Professional Experience Harbor Light Films (July 2011-ongoing), Portland, Maine -Videographer. Filmed and assisted with various promotional videos in Maine. Together Liberia Project (June 2011), Monrovia, Liberia. -Videographer. Trained Liberian journalists in multimedia skills, produced a series of short travel vignettes, and documented the project for a forthcoming promotional film. SF MOMA (June 2008-February 2009), San Francisco , CA -Visitor Services. Worked as a gallery attendant for various exhibits. Sikh Human Rights Group (March 2007-January 2008), London, UK -Human rights researcher. Conducted fieldwork in London’s Sikh, Afghan, and Kurdish refugee communities for forthcoming book. University of Notre Dame Research Assistantships (July 2006—2008), -Anthropology Department, Dr. Cynthia Mahmood -Documented human rights cases within Sikh communities in Canada and U.K. Documentary Films In Shopian- Filmed in Kashmir, India, the film tells the story of a double-****** case amidst the volatile pro-independence uprising in the Kashmir Valley. Last Final Blue – Filmed in Rajasthan, India, the film presents an aesthetic portrait of the region’s oldest cities, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, and Johdpur. Together Liberia – Filmed in Liberia, this promotional film documents Syracuse University’s multimedia training project with Liberian students and journalists. Nasseman – Filmed in Liberia, the film traces the life of Monrovia’s leading reggae artist, Rabbie Nass, who survived the country’s civil wars and rose to the top of the music scene. Forthcoming Black Days/Blue Star – Filmed in Vancouver, Canada, the film recounts a Sikh refugee’s escape from the Golden Temple when it was attacked by the Indian Army in June, 1984. Education Syracuse University (August 2009-May 2011) S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse, NY M.A. 2011. Documentary Film & History University of Notre Dame (August 2002-May 2006) South Bend, IN B.A. 2006. Anthropology TESL/TEFL Certified, Oxford Seminars, Chicago, IL. (February 2007) Chris Giamo is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where he completed a B.A. in anthropology. He has since received an M.A. in Documentary Film and History from Syracuse University. Chris has a background in human rights, South Asian studies, Hindi language, and has conducted extensive fieldwork within Sikh diaspora communities in Canada and England. He recently completed a documentary film which was shot in Kashmir, India during the summer of 2010. The film, In Shopian, covers the case of a double ****** amidst the volatile socio-political upheaval in the capital of Srinagar. During June 2011, Chris was commissioned to document Syracuse University’s “Together Liberia” project, which involved training Liberian journalists and students in multi-media storytelling. While in Monrovia, he also filmed a documentary on Nasseman, the country’s leading reggae artist, who survived the country’s long years of civil wars and rose to the top of the music scene. In addition to human rights documentaries, Chris has made a number of independent music and art films. http://chrisgiamo.wordpress.com/
Portland, Maine, United States
Marta Padín - Freelance Translation & Spanish Translation
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QUALIFICATIONS 5/11/2010 IC course for DELE B2 examiners, IC, Moscow (5 h.) 7/5/2010 IC course for DELE A2 examiners, IC, Moscow (4h.) 4/2010 Course “Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language to children and young people” IC, Moscow (3 h.) 19/3/10-26/3/2010 IC course for DELE A1 examiners, IC, Moscow (7 h.) 26/2/2010-26/3/2010 IC course for DELE teachers, IC, Moscow (10 h.) 10/2007-5/2008 Preparation Course for Spanish Assistant Teachers. Consejería de Educación en Reino Unido e Irlanda (20h ). 2005-2007 Master’s degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, UIMP-IC. 8/2007 Course in “Spanish for Business Purposes”, UIMP (30 h). 7/2007 Course in “Spanish Cinema: From the Transition till Nowadays. Resources for the use of Films in the Spanish as a Foreign Language Classroom”, IC (10h). 11/2006-2/2007 Course in “Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language for Immigrants”, ADES association (60 h). 10/2006 Course in “Teaching Contexts: Marketing of the Spanish Language (Europe)”, UIMP. 8/2006-9/2006 Course “Profile of an Expert Teacher: Theoretical Fundamentation, Decision Parameters, and Proposals for Acting”, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo (UIMP)-Instituto Cervantes (IC) (50h.). 10/2005-7/2006 PhD student in Translation (27 credits passed). Universidade de Vigo. 27/7/2006 Accreditation as sworn translator in English and Spanish by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 2003-2004 CAP (Certificate of Pedagogical Competence), Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. 1998-2003 Four-year University degree in Translation and Interpretation (English-Spanish). Universidade de Vigo, Spain. 2000-2001 3rd year of Translation and Interpretation in the Université de Rennes II (France) under the Socrates-Erasmus scheme. WORK EXPERIENCE 4/2009-7/2011 Spanish teacher at the Instituto Cervantes, Moscow (915 h). 11/2008-6/2011 Lecturer in Spanish. Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO), Russia (1800 h). 5/2011 A1/A2 DELE examiner, IC, Moscow. 5/2011 Intermediate level DELE examiner, IC, Moscow. 11/2010 B2 DELE examiner, IC, Moscow. 7/2008- 9/2008 Spanish teacher at the Institute for Applied Languages (IALS), University of Edinburgh, Scotland. 9/2007- 6/2008 Spanish Language Assistant Teacher at Banchory, Westhill and Portlethen Secondary Schools, Scotland (432 h.). 2006-2007 Teaching practice in Spanish as a foreign language at the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo (UIMP). 9/2003- 7/2006 Technical translator in Prestima, Madrid. Tutor for translation students in practice of the Universidad Felipe II, in the company Prestima, Madrid. Assistant teacher in a course about technical translation at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain. 2004 Two months teaching practice in the Salvador Dalí Secondary School, Madrid, Spain. 1/2003- 9/2003 Technical translator in IMA Technologies, Nantes, France. 9/2002-1/2003 Translator in the translation agency Caractères et Caetera, Rennes, France. 4/2002-9/2002 Collaboration with the translation agency Traducciones Sprint, Spain. 1998-2001 Private teacher of Spanish and English. PUBLICATIONS 2008 La emancipación de las colonias Hispanoamericanas (con I. Cuesta Jiménez, L. Gallego Balsà, I. de Higes Andino y T. Ostolaza Fernández). Published in : http://www.mepsyd.es/exterior/uk/es/consej/es/publicaciones/pptauxi.shtml NIPO: 660-08-050-8: 2008. LANGUAGES AND COMPUTER SKILLS French Bilingual 2002 6th year in the Alliance Française. Vigo, Spain. English Bilingual : Proficiency, sworn translator. Russian High Intermediate 12/2010 Russian Language Certificate. B2.2 level. IC, Moscow. 2010 Test of Russian as a foreign language (TRKI). Level 1 (B1) 2006 6th year in the Pushkin Foundation, Madrid. German Beginners 2000 Grundstuffe 2 in Germany Proficient in MS office, Photoshop and the translation memory tool Wordfast. GENERAL INFORMATION Musician (pianist). Intermediate level by the Conservatory of Pontevedra. Piano and singing concerts. Diving, trekking, cinema, photography.
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Hitesh sharma - Freelance Graphic Design & Digital Art
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SEE MY PORTFOLIO AT- http://hiteshsharma88.deviantart.com/ To work with an organization where i can learn and develop my design skills everyday. To create artworks in the field of Publicity Design , Games and concept art. I feel that my abilities could be great asset to your Project. Mumbai, India Mar 2009 – May 2009 Vimanika Comics Penciller A 3 month college Internship with a Indian comic book company.I had to create many cover arts for their comic book issues. Yuga the game Concept Artist My Graduation Project in final year of my college. I was working as concept artist.i had to create character designs,digital paints and A 20 page colored graphic Novel based on a PS3 game. Mumbai (India) Aug 2010 – Present SEEK RED Film Publicity Designer Worked as a film publicity designer for upcoming Bollywood films like Dum Maro Dum, Ragini MMS, Teen thay Bhai and Many More to come..... EDUCATION Mumbai, India Jul 2006 – May 2010 National Institiute of Fashion Technology National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) is a premiere Fashion Institute in India. NIFT has become one of the leading fashion schools of India. It is the founder member of "Fashion school foundation of world", which comprises 23 fashion schools worldwide. Many of the leading designers of India are NIFT alumni. In 2006, the Parliament passed the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) Bill, 2005, thereby receiving a statutory status and empowering the institute to grant its own degrees and other academic distinctions LANGUAGES English SKILLS Filmmaking, Video editing, screenwriting, comic book writing, Traditional Art
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Victoria Rose - Freelance Banner Design & Business Card Design
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$27
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My name is Victoria, I am a digital content marketer with experience in promoting lifestyle brands, creating and managing e-commerce websites, trend forecasting, brand consulting, copy writing, photo editing, blogging, SEO, social media marketing, google Adwords/analytics, copywriting and designing digital content including banners, look books and more. I am a BFA graduate who majored in Fashion Merchandising at The Academy of Art University in San Francisco. My occupational background includes several years of working in the e-commerce and fashion industry. I am dedicating my time to freelancing for lifestyle, fashion and beauty brands, providing top of the line marketing and branding services. I look forward to collaborating and creating a unique online presence with emerging and existing brands.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Diane Treon - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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St. Vincent’s Services, Brooklyn, NY March 2009 – Present Manager of Corporate and Foundation Giving Total Raised: $2.5 million Work with the Managing Director of Resource Advancement, Executive Director, and program staff to grow SVS’s Foundation, Corporate, and Government donor base. Activities include: Craft proposals/letters of inquiry/reports and other donor correspondence. Arrange site visits and coordinate other prospect/donor stewardship. Supervise one full-time staff member (the Grants Coordinator). Successfully secured $2.5 million for grants for basic general support and special project support, including: DeMatteis Family Foundation, $750,000 The Hearst Foundation, $50,000 New York Women’s Foundation, $40,000 (2010); renewed at $50,000 (2012); renewed at $60,000 (2013) The Foundation Center, New York, NY July 2008 – December 2008 Director of Development Total Raised: $1 million Worked with the Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, and the President to achieve financial and institutional goals. Activities included: Provided high-level strategic assistance and support in planning, coordinating, and implementing the Center’s efforts to secure gift income from foundations and corporations, including the annual, national, and regional campaigns, and funding for special projects. Supervised three full-time staff members: the Senior Development Associate, the Development Associate, and the Donor Database Coordinator as well as one part-time grants writer. Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $1 million in grants, including: Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, $825,000 The Children’s Aid Society, New York, NY January 2006 – July 2008 Assistant Director of Development Total Raised: $10 million Led a national fundraising campaign designed to secure significant program support for the national expansion of the highly successful Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program (APPP), as well as the operations of the National Adolescent Sexuality Training Center (NASTC). Targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $10 million in grants, including: Robin Hood Foundation, $5 million in grants (combined total) BOOST (Baltimore Out of School Time), $200,000 Stavros Niarchos Foundation, $100,000 The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc., $100,000 Aaron Straus and Lillie Straus Foundation, $50,000 The Rockefeller University, New York, NY May 2003 – December 2005 Director, Foundation and Corporate Support Total Raised = $4 million Worked closely with the Vice President of Development, other Development directors, and approximately 100 key scientific staff (including post docs, researchers, and lab heads) to increase foundation and corporate giving. Activities included: Coordinated the University’s internal fellowship program, which distributed $1.5 million annually in fellowships and awards to Rockefeller researchers Working with the University’s Finance Office, coordinated the preparation of grant-related financial materials, including budgets, financial reports, and other documents. Coordinated corporate and foundation site visits. Oversaw a staff of one (Development Assistant). Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $4 million in grants for biomedical research, including: The Dana Foundation $300,000 (Human Immunology Research) Irvington Institute for Immunological Research $203,000 (two postdoctoral fellowships for Immunology Research) Breast Cancer Alliance $100,000 (Breast Cancer Research) May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation $100,000 (Alzheimer’s Research) The Americas Society, New York, NY September 2001 – April 2003 Director, Foundation and Corporate Relations Total Raised: $1.2 million Oversaw all aspects of Foundation, Corporate, and Government fundraising across all institutional programmatic areas (Visual Arts, Music, and Literature). Activities included: Worked closely with lobbyist at the federal level to submit compelling proposals to federal grantmaking entities (including the NEA, the NEH, and IMLS). Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $1.2 million in grants, including: Citigroup Foundation $75,000 Starr Foundation $50,000 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts $50,000 JPMorganChase Foundation $25,000 National Endowment for the Humanities $35,000 Planning Grant (in collaboration with The Asia Society and Museum) New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Exhibition and Literature Programs $25,000 El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY January 2001 - August 2001 Grants Manager Total Raised: $800,000 Worked with a team of approximately 10 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports. Activities included: Worked closely with key staff (including Museum President Susanna Toruella-Leval and Chief Lobbyist Susan del Valle) on NYC and NYS level lobbying efforts. Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $800,000 in grants, including: Nathan Cummings Foundation $50,000 Vivendi Universal $25,000 Sony USA $40,000 In-kind New York State Council on the Arts Museum and Exhibition Programs $50,000 (Two at $25,000) American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY July 1995 - April 2000 (three positions held) Assistant Director, Foundation and Government Support July 1998 - April 2000 Coordinator, Foundation and Government Support July 1997 - July 1998 Total Raised: $2.5 million Worked with approximately 100 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports, in conjunction with the highly successful Campaign for the Museum of the New Century ($600 million ultimately raised). Activities included: Working with lobbyist consultant at the NYC, NYS, and federal level to submit compelling proposals for significant government grants. Directly responsible for securing appx. $850,000 in grants annually, including: $400,000 for Education Institute of Museum and Library Services from Vidda Foundation $110,000 for General Services from Vidda Foundation $100,000 for Education from Picower Foundation $ 80,000 for Hall of the Universe from NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs Actively involved in securing appx. $500,000 in Campaign Gifts, including: $10 million for the Starr Natural Sciences Building from The Starr Foundation Multi-million dollar gift for Hayden Planetarium from Charles Hayden Foundation $1 million for the Discovery Room from Edward John Noble Foundation Government sources, including: National Science Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; Institute for Museum and Library Services ($112,000, one of two top awards for that year); the New York State Council on the Arts; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs ($80,000 challenge grant, the highest grant in that category). Secretary, Ornithology Department July 1995 - July 1997 Maintained spreadsheets for departmental budget; composed departmental correspondence; coordinated the Frank M. Chapman Memorial Grants and Fellowships program. CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS July 2008 New York Fundraising Summit—New York University Co-Presenter: “Winning Proposals: A Tour of Four Successful Case Studies” June 2008 New Jersey/New York Fundraising Conference—Montclair State University Co-Presenter: “Planning and Writing Winning Proposals” EDUCATION Present The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Coursework toward a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts (Focus on Women’s Studies and English) 1991 The Pennsylvania State University, State College, B.A./English, Emphasis in Writing (With Highest Honors) Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg, A.A./Liberal Arts-Communications and the Arts
Englewood, New Jersey, United States
Michael Hedges - Freelance Portrait Painting & Landscape Painting
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2 Skills
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After years of traveling and experiencing people up front and personal, through a number of scenarios and situations, I felt it was best to create art that addresses the numerous challenges and triumphs we all face throughout life. There are more similarities we have that makes us "human" than what makes us differ as "people". However, it is best to enjoy our differences... For the sea would never move if not for the ebb and flow of waves. The eyes could not see if not for spectrum of color, form, contour, and contrast. Therefore, art above all other forms of creation is the most expressive because we take away more from a painting or sculpture than the passion that was placed within it.
Marietta, Georgia, United States
Starless_Quill - Freelance Proofreading & Spanish Translation
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Justin M. Heath Cell: 770-313-0260 Email: jmichaelheath@gmail.com Education: - Bachelor of Arts in Economics, May 2008 University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. - Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs, May 2008 University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. - Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, May 2008 University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. Graduated *** Laude with a 3.64 on a 4.0 scale Graduated with Honors Courses Taken for International Affairs Include: - International Law - Global Political Economy - East Asian Political Systems - Labor, Class and Politics - Procurement and the Politics of Defense - Post-Industrial Democracies - Comparative Politics - International Relations - Non-proliferation Studies Courses Taken for Economics Include: - Industrial Organization and Industrial Policy - International Trade - Beg. And Intermediate Macroeconomics - Beg. And Intermediate Microeconomics - Strategic Trade Policies - Economic Analysis of Law Courses Taken for Spanish Literature Include: - Latin American Literature from Colonialism to Modernism - Latin American Literature from Modernism to the Present - Castilian Literature from the Middle Ages to the Baroque - Castilian Literature from the Enlightenment to the Present - Latino Literature of the United States - Spanish Linguistics Awards/Honors: - School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Distinguished Scholar Award - Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society - Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society - National Society of Collegiate Scholars Honor Society - Golden Key International Honour Society - UGA Honors Program - Dean’s List: Fall 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Spring 2007, 2008 - President’s List: Spring 2004 - Outstanding Senior Thesis Award (Terry College of Business, 2008) Academic Experience and Extracurricular Involvement: - Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) Student Leadership Program - CITS Student Ambassadors Program - EXBS (Export Control-Border Security) Database Grant Project at CITS - Honors Thesis in Economics: - Between Multilateral Institutions and Strategic Interests: The WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding and the Future of Multilateral Liberalization Efforts. Volunteer/Work Experience: - Substitute Teacher for the Barrow County Schools (2011) - Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Competition Judge (2008, 2011) - Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Administrative Assistant for State Competition Event (2011) - Heartland Hospice In-Home Volunteer (2008) - Administrative Assistant for the American Red Cross Donor Center of Sandy Springs (2008) - Volunteer Tutor at the Oasis Católico Santa Rafaela Outreach Center (2006, 2007, 2008) - Chase Street Elementary Tutor (2006, 2007) - Habitat For Humanity Volunteer Personal Description: Though I risk seeming excessively frank and arguably oxymoronic in admitting so, I am a graduate student in need of a supplemental income. Highly experienced in formal academic writing, researching, the Spanish language, as well as the editing process in general, I expect that I may be of some use to any company or individual in need of such services. In short, I am a committed worker who values honesty and fair dealing in any setting whether it be professional or personal and I expect the same professional demeanor in my associates and collaborators. In the event that I am contacted and subsequently enlisted for a particular project, know that I will dedicate myself to the diligent and timely delivery of whatever is expected of me. Thank you for considering me.
Alpharetta, Georgia, United States
Nadia Granata - Freelance Anime Art & Comic Art
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$20
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EDUCATION Diploma in Illustration for Sequential Arts- Comic Books and Graphic Novels 2015 Max the Mutt, School of Animation, Art and Design Courses: Illustration for Children’s Books, Digital Media for Artists, Character Design for Comics and Graphic Novels, Layout for Comics Diploma in Early Childhood Education 2010 Humber College, Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning Courses: Child Development, Field Practicum, Curriculum Development, Special Needs and Inclusion, Administration Awards: Graduated with Honors SKILLS -Determined and dedicated to continuous professional and personal development in art and illustration -Exceptional understanding of human anatomy, and a good eye towards form, shape, structure, color and silhouette in regards to modeling -Able to effectively work independently as well as collaborate in group projects in fast paced environment -Excellent ability to adapt to different art styles as needed -Ability to take initiative to learn and adapt to new project practices based on evolving technologies -Ability to execute operation of several softwares -Ability to communicate clearly and work positively as well as effectively with co-workers and employers -Provide and maintain a clean and safe working environment for all individuals SOFTWARE Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign CS6 Adobe Photoshop CS6 Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 Clip Studio Paint Kindle Comic Creator Kindle Kids’ Book Creator Paint Tool SAI Sketchbook Pro 7 ACADEMIC PROJECTS Sequential Arts Project – Children’s Book Worked independently to develop children’s book entitled “The Absolute, Undeniable, Unknown Real Truth of the Tortoise and the Hare.” Adapted and wrote the story for the book Illustrated and customized design 19 pages of the book, including front and back cover WORK EXPERIENCE Art Teacher 2015-Present Arts Express- Toronto Create and customize art based lesson plans for children ages 5-10 years of age Provide children with simple knowledge on drawing and art techniques Maintain a safe environment where children can develop artistic skills Illustrator Children’s book entitled “I’m Hungry” May 2016- September 2016 Designed layouts for 27 pages as well as different characters of ethnicities as per discussion with writer Penciled, inked, and digitally coloured illustrations Formatted text from script to each of the pages included by the writer Customized front and back cover as well as formatted illustrations in Kindle Children’s Book Creator Portfolio available at www.theartofbunnyg.com or for updated progress shots and convention commissions www.instagram.com/theartofbunnyg
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Daniel Holt - Freelance Music Production & Music Arrangement
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$12
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I am a 30 year old, self taught recording artist with a multi faceted and expanding creative drive to explore, express and deliver. I have produced and released vinyl records for independent techno labels based in Berlin, New York City, Madrid and am currently carving out new releases for the coming year with labels further out across the pond. + I operate and record music under various avatars through an independent heavy metal and cinematic atmospheric ambient label, which I run by myself, called Ardetha Records - specializing in novelty formats like small run cassette releases or handmade limited cassettes. + I also operate, edit, arrange and write my own fan zine under the Ardetha banner, titled Distant Mirror - wherein independent artists are interviewed and given recognition. This is a physical magazine, printed and distributed to online customers. + I also operate another small independent record label specializing more on electronic music in the underground with the label Atrophy, proud to have supported up and coming artists in Italy and Germany. + I have the ability to create and am very interested in tackling composing background music for TV, film and any exciting projects which may arise for me. I also believe in my ability to write and would love the opportunity to use this skill for any exciting opportunities that come to me.
Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States