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Mark Odeh - Freelance Business Writing & Mobile Programming
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Phoenix, Arizona, United States

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Thom Solo - Freelance Digital Art & Graphic Design
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My interest in the comic book and cartoon world began when I was kid watching classic Hanna Barbara cartoons and reading the classic Batman and Superman comic books. In high school I drew one panel comic strips for the school paper and in college I majored in Graphics Technology giving me the grasp of using photoshop to digitally color the comics and cartoons I draw today. My recent jobs have been: Writing, layouts, and Digital Color for the web comic "Roomies" at freakincomic.com. Promo Art for a band called Bubba and the Whoopoffs Promo Art for a band called Soul Circus Cowboys Promo Art for a radio show Mike and Crew in the morning
Davenport, Florida, United States
Mallory Meshinski - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Illustration
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www.malmeshinski.tumblr.com http://www.behance.net/malmeshillustrates Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration from College for Creative Studies, Detroit MI Specialize in traditional mediums such as watercolor, oil, goauche, and Ink Other Skills include but are not limited to: Adobe Cs5.5- Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator About Me: • Hike, Bike, Swim, Run, Climb for a better tomorrow• Shark week is the best week • Proud owner of 52 bandannas, and way too many pairs of running shoes • If I was stranded on a deserted island with nothing but a bag of granola and a sketchbook, I would be a happy girl • Growing up, my favorite toy was a plastic blue Tyrannosaurus Rex, named Jessica. Today she lives in my closet next to my hiking boots and backpack. • If you are on the treadmill next to me, the answer is, “Yes, we are racing.”
Macomb, Michigan, United States
Susan Finkelstein LaVoy - Freelance Writing & Editing
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SUSAN FINKELSTEIN LaVOY 941 SOUTH SAINT BERNARD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19143 (215) 435-5273 sflavoy@gmail.com PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Freelance Editor IOP Publishing, Inc. Philadelphia, PA July 2010 — present • Assist in oversight of editorial aspects of journals, including peer-review process. • Copyedit and proofread pages to ensure consistent accuracy and style in accordance with established conventions. • Interact with authors for fact checking, reviewing, and editing manuscripts. • Manage time effectively to adhere to established publication schedule. Website Content Editor Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP) Philadelphia, PA December 2009 — April 2010 (temporary) • Wrote and edited marketing and academic text for new 1,000+-page website. • Created web banners and graphics through Adobe Creative Suite programs. • Collaborated with nurses, educators, and administrators to determine site design. Assistant Director of Public Relations University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine Philadelphia, PA August 2005 — April 2009 • Developed, edited, reviewed, and oversaw revisions to School, Hospital, and departmental brochures, Bellwether magazine, on-line Penn Vet Extra newsletter, annual reports, course catalogs, and admissions booklets. • Assisted in media relations during 2006 Kentucky Derby–winner Barbaro’s high-profile 10-month stay at the Widener Hospital. • Wrote and distributed School press releases, often describing complex research in simple terms, and served as liaison with local and international media. • Wrote articles and grant proposals that frequently required translating scholarly research into lay text. • Was part of team that envisioned, planned, and designed a 1,000-page website for the School and both its Hospitals, including faculty, medical, and research pages. • Designed and produced print and on-line materials, including brochures, annual reports, newsletters, direct-mail pieces, promotional materials, and advertisements. • Learned and applied computer skills, including high proficiency in multiple software programs for projects. • Communicated clearly and effectively— orally and in writing— with faculty, administrative staff, professional and support staff, students, clients, and community. • Helped prioritize workload of three staff members. Staff/Development Writer University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine Philadelphia, PA May 2003 — August 2005 • Wrote grants to individuals, corporations, foundations, and government. • Conducted interviews and wrote articles describing complex research and clinical services for Bellwether, the School’s newsmagazine. • Worked with administrators and faculty to write campaign case statement. • Conceptualized, wrote, and designed brochures and newsletters for various centers within School and for Development and Alumni Relations Office. • Assisted staff in writing and editing materials for grant-makers and donors. Associate Editor Current History magazine Philadelphia, PA May 1999 — April 2003 • Wrote daily chronology of global events and book reviews on world politics. • Edited articles in monthly journal of politics and world affairs. • Established style, design, and length of issues, including ads and freelance contributions. • Acted as liaison with international authors, editors, and freelance staff. • Supervised production assistant and interns and prioritize workloads. Production Editor P. M. Gordon Associates Philadelphia, PA January 1994 — March 1995 • Copyedited manuscripts on various subjects and queried authors. • Proofread galleys and page proofs. • Established schedules for publishers such as Allyn & Bacon, J. B. Lippincott, Prentice Hall, Macmillan, W. B. Saunders, and Little, Brown, among others. • Hired and supervised freelance artists, indexers, and designers. • Assembled information regarding specs and accepted bids from packagers. PROFESSIONAL AWARDS 2008 Awards of Publication Excellence (APEX) GRAND AWARD for Design & Illustration: Penn Vet’s admissions booklet. 2008 APEX AWARD OF EXCELLENCE for Most Improved Magazine or Journal: Penn Vet’s Bellwether magazine. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING 2008 Successful completion of Essentials of Management Training administered by Penn. 2008 Earned certification as Public Information Officer. EDUCATION Master of Liberal Arts degree coursework University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Bachelor of Arts degree, English Lake Superior State University Sault Ste. Marie, MI Communications/English coursework Temple University Philadelphia, PA Temple University Study Abroad Program Rome, Italy REFERENCES Gail Luciani Director, Development and Alumni Communications The Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals (215) 955-7920 gail.luciani@jefferson.edu Barry Stupine Retired, Vice Dean University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine Abington, PA 215-885-6674 stupine@vet.upenn.edu William Finan Editor University of Pennsylvania Press Jenkintown, PA 215-898-6261 wfinan@upenn.edu Stephen M. Moss Chief Operating Officer IOP Publishing, Inc. Philadelphia, PA 215-627-0880 moss@ioppubusa.com
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Diane Barron - Freelance Portrait Painting & Mural Painting
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I have been painting for over 40 years, in the US and in Europe. My passion is painting with oils and I switch out and do watercolor for the freedom it gives. I also enjoy drawing, and collage at time. When I moved back to the States. I was commissioned to do a mural of animals on a large wall in Moody Gardens, Galveston, Texas. I taught art for 6 years and After that I illustrated a children's book called "Big Red". I have since done more portraits of children in oils and drawings of people. I had schooling in three different institutions. and academies along with a workshop in France with Daniel Green. I have always enjoyed art and love to do projects of all sorts. My more detailed resume in on my website is dbarronart.com
League City, Texas, United States
Bj Bigtiny - Freelance Writing & Song Writing
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3.5
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$12
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Songs writer versed in different genres, Hip-Hop, R&B, Pop and Dance... I've always been involved in music. Words has always been a vital part of who i am and to put all those words into emotions and making them come alive is a beautiful thing i enjoy doing...
Minnesota, United States
James Pilbrow - Freelance Press Release Writing & Blog Writing
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$60
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Melbourne-based freelance writer. I have worked in a variety of capacities as a freelancer since mid-2014. Experience: Medibank Private: Part-time freelance writing contract, June-November 2014. Generally worked from home. Variety of roles; included research for, compilation and editing of news articles, and assistance with internal comms which included some conduction of interviews. Most content was for internal online newsletters. Very valuable work experience in the corporate world. Freelance journalist/writer/copywriter: Have experience writing local news articles, copy writing and editing including SEO. See examples provided. Band management/marketing: For The Creeping Bam, and Van Nostrum, including venue liaison, social media marketing and the compilation of press releases. Founder/blogger at Can You Get To That? Underground/independent music blog, active since June 2014. This is more of a passion project for me and its regularity is largely governed by how much free time I have. Has received over 3500 views since June 2014, mostly in the USA and Australia. Education: The Peninsula School; Mentone Grammar School: Secondary school; graduated 2010. The University of Melbourne, Parkville: Bachelor of Arts (Sociology; Politics and International Studies) commenced 2011; graduated 2014. Also completed several Media & Communications units. Honours (Sociology) to be completed November 2015. Writing a thesis concerned with the present-day relevance of the work of 20th Century sociologist Pierre Bourdieu.
Parkville, Victoria, Australia
Yasuhiko Takenaka - Freelance Architectural Illustration & Japanese Translation
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YASUHIKO TAKENAKA, JIA Sunwood-Mejirodai #201, 2-7-8 Sekiguchi, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 112-0014 Japan TEL/FAX: +81-3-3947-9505 (Home/Japan) Email: ytakenaka@i-next.ne.jp Mobile: +81-90-3520-8849 DESIRED POSITION SENIOR DESIGN MANAGER/DESIGN DIRECTOR (in architectural design firm/interior design firm or property developer) Interior Design/Architectural Design/Urban Planning/Property Management PERSONAL DESCRIPTIONS Nationality: Japanese Gender: Male Date of Birth: 31 July, 1964 Marital Status: Married with two daughters Language Spoken/Written: Japanese Language (Native), English Language (Business Level) Availability: One month upon confirmation of employment Overseas based posting: Yes PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL LICENSE Licensed Architect in Japan, JIA, registered in 1995 EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT December, 1990 University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, the U.S.A School of Architecture and Urban Planning B.S. in Architectural Studies 1985-1987 Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan Law Studies INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION 2000 Fresno History Museum design competition (45000sqf.), Fresno, CA 1998 Urban Conceptual Design Competition, “Housing the Next 10 Million in the Central Valley, California” 1996 Tokyo Shinjuku mixed use redevelopment conceptual proposal (design proposal for the usage of space over the mega terminal train stations/train tracks in the central metropolitan district of Tokyo) 1995 History Museum Design Competition (100,000sqm.)in Seoul, Korea IT SKILLS Auto Cad (Autodesk 2007) Microsoft Word/Excel Microsoft Power Point WORK EXPERIENCE April, 2007 - Present TAKENAKA ARCHITECT AND ASSOCIATES, Tokyo, Japan Managing Director (Owner) Architecture and interior design for residence, Hotel and Spa, Office, Shop and Restaurant Projects Summary Cosmo Home Co. Ltd. Head Office in Saitama (220sqm); Architecture and Interior Design 6nos of Single-family houses/wooden structure (90-120sqm) in Saitama; Architecture and Interior Design Remodeling of a single family house with modern Japanese style in Tokyo (100sqm); Architecture and Interior Design Club Yumi VIP room in Tokyo (60sqm); Interior Design Club Yumi Platinum Lounge in Tokyo (45sqm); Interior Design Index Co. Ltd. Office in Tokyo (35sqm); Interior Design Carefour, Jewelry Shop in Tokyo (80sqm); Interior Design Architectural design proposal for mixed-use commercial building in Tokyo (800sqm) Apartment (9units) in Tokyo (450sqm); Architecture and Interior Design Aigan, Healing Stone Spa in Yokohama (200sqm); Interior design Interior design proposal for Modern Japanese Inn, Kyoto (900sqm) Interior design proposal for Traditional Japanese Inn, Kyoto (330sqm) February, 2008 -January, 2010 LCL Interiors and Contracting LLC, Dubai, UAE Senior Project Manager Interior fit out of Dubai Metro Project (14 train stations), Dubai, UAE Roles and responsibilities Overall management/direction of the below trades/project teams; 1. Contract; overall contractual issues with client (main contractor), project budget control, contractual issues with sub-cons, suppliers 2. Document control; filing documents/drawings/ data/material samples, issuing letters (official/internal) 3. Design; shop drawing submission to the main-contractor, control of submission schedule, revision and as-built drawing submission 4. Review of shop drawings and attend to the design changes 5. Planning; submission of construction schedule, adjustment/revision 6. Logistic; material distribution from port (air/sea) to sites/warehouse, transportation of staffs, workers 7. Procurement handling of material purchases and liaison with both overseas and local suppliers 8. Site implementation; 14 site teams, regular progress meetings, safety, etc. 9. Construction cost and budget monitoring 10. QAQC 2006 – 2007 SEA CAPITAL CO. LTD., Tokyo, Japan Property Developer, Project Manager Consultancy/management for remodeling projects of existing poor yield buildings, including usage conversions. Acquisition of properties, remodeling with high-yield values to resale or lease with higher rate Project Summary; Kodenma Dormitory (700sqm) ,Tokyo; conversion from office to small apartment units Yokohama Residence (1100sqm), Yokohama; conversion from old inn to apartment complex 2001 – 2006 OHLSON LAVOIE COLLAVOLATIVE, Tokyo, Japan (Headquartered in Denver, Co. USA) Associate Principal Architecture and Interior Design Expertise in hospitality designs for fitness Club, Hotel and Spa, luxurious condominium Higashi Osaka fitness club, Osaka (5,000sqm); remodeling, architecture and interior design Sports Plex Japan/fitness club, Tokyo (3,200sqm); remodeling, architecture and interior design Central Wellness Club-Omiya, architectural design, Tokyo (3,600sqm); architecture and interior design CortileYamate-cho/225unitscondominium; exterior façade design/interior design, Yokohama, Japan 1997 – 2001 IPSILON INC., Tokyo, Japan Project Architect/Manager Architecture and Interior Design for residence, shop and restaurant Architectural design of studio type apartment in Tokyo (14units) Architectural design of studio type apartment in Tokyo (20units) Interior design of boutique in Tokyo (350sqm) Interior design of boutique in Tokyo (600sqm) Architectural design of themed restaurant, Sweet Basil 139 in Tokyo (1,500sqm) 1996-1997 RTKL INTERNATIONAL LTD, Tokyo, Japan (Headquartered in Baltimore, USA) Project Manager Architectural and Interior design consultancy for commercial/ mixed-use shopping malls, office/ residential buildings Olympic Hiratsuka, architectural design for shopping mall, Yokohama, Japan (32,000sqm) Yokohama Bayside Marina Mall, architectural design for outlet mall, , Yokohama, Japan (22,000sqm) LaLa-Port Shopping Mall Food-court Expansion, interior design consultancy, Yokohama (12,000sqm) 1992-1996 URBAN DINAMIC INSTITUTE (UDI), Tokyo, Japan Design Manager Consultancy for urban planning/redevelopment project for Mixed-use (commercial/residential/office) buildings/urban landscape for public use Hasuda Station Mixed-Use Redevelopment, architectural design consultancy, Saitama, Japan (39,500 sqm) Kokubunji Station Mixed-Use Redevelopment, architectural design consultancy, Tokyo Japan(68,000 sqm) Koshigaya Station Mixed-Use Redevelopment, architectural design consultancy, Tokyo Japan (65,000 sqm) REMUNERATION PACKAGE Expected Basic Salary Negotiable Housing To be provided by company Transportation To be provided by company Relocation Expenses Borne by company
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Afua McKinney - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Voiceovers
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2.0
2 Skills
$30
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Afua McKinney-Cooper (347) 243-1835 afuamckinneycooper@gmail.com OBJECTIVE An inventive and detailed oriented individual with knowledge of the fashion industry, seeking a Designer position in a highly energetic and creative environment SKILLS • Expertise in both PC & Mac - Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Word, and Excel. • Garment Construction, Spec, Fabrication, and Trim Finish Knowledge • Trained in both electronic and hand sketching EXPERIENCE CASTLEWOOD APPAREL Dec 12- Current New York Product Development Coordinator • Created and received tech pack hand off from Design for new styles, revised current styles,specs and oversee all documentation updates and communication. • Managed external customer and internal product databases. • Oversaw fabric and color approvals to maintain quality control and meet client expectations. • Created line sheets for in house labels such as Avia and Apex activewear. • Participated in design meetings to discuss patterns and construction techniques. • Allocated and tracked all customer photo samples. • Costed different trims like zippers to maintain costing strategies. • Researched market trends to keep abreast of current trends and consumer demands. RAIDER JEAN COMPANY May 11- Aug 11 New York Assistant Designer (Men’s Woven & Denim Bottoms) • Designed Men's woven bottoms & denim for private label including CAD bodies on Adobe Illustrator CS5 • Daily correspondence via e-mail with overseas vendors to ensure timely delivery of product as well as quality control • Created line sheets and merchandising book for buyers review • Design and prepared teck packs for new styles and revised current styles and specs • Provided direct customer service by personally addressing clients issues and concerns. TASSO ELBA Sportswear/ GREG NORMAN for TE dba MACY'S MERCHANDISING GROUP July 10- Feb 11, New York Assistant Designer -Men's Sportswear/ Golf wear (Freelance) • Created mood boards, cad up bodies and match color standards, organized fabrics • and trims • Worked with sweater/ knit designers to design and prepare techpacks for new styles and revised current styles and specs • Worked with Golf Wear Designer on knits & woven programs to design and develop seasonal collection including prepare techpacks for new styles and revised current styles and specs • Researched market trends for seasonal directions, themes, silhouettes, and techniques • Provided detailed comments on vendors' 1st sample proto submission and handlooms, • Set-up of showrooms for Buyers review KROWHILL (Mens Outerwear & Tshirt) dba ABOUT TIME BOUTIQUE Sept 08- April 09, New York Associate Designer / Sales Associate (Freelance) • Merchandise current styles on floor to increase sales as well as plan for next season • Create graphic concepts for T-shirt Program including mood boards, cads, specs based on existing line • Design and prepare techpacks for new styles and revised current styles • Work as a part-time sales associate to research of consumer’s demands as well as current retail market • Review sku plan, color ways and graphic concepts with Senior Designer GAP INC. Aug 03- Jun 08, New York Associate Designer (Men’s Woven Tops & Outerwear) • Designed Men’s woven tops & outerwear including cad up bodies, and sketching • Created & prepared techpacks using GPMT to work with vendors for product development • Created and organized line sheets, mood boards, fabric cards, and trims • (RED) Program: researched design concepts and worked with Senior Designer for special edition styles including color-ways, graphic placement and promotional styles. • Designed Men's woven bottoms & denim including sketching bodies • 1969 Denim & Outerwear Program: researched slogan, created prints, and prepared techpacks including denim wash and outerwear technical finish • Researched market trends for seasonal directions, themes, silhouettes, fabrics, and techniques • Attended meetings with Merchandiser to review colors, styles and sku plans, fitting with Technical Designer & Senior Designer to review sample details EDUCATION Parsons School of Design Aug 96 – May 01, New York & Paris Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFA) Major: Fashion Design
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Shannon Brown - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Art
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I'm a recent college graduate with a degree in art. I'm knowledgeable in all art fields. I'm able to use all Adobe and Microsoft programs. I do my best work with oil paint though I'm able to create great work with other mediums as well.
Jackson, Mississippi, United States