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Zeke - Freelance Music Production & Music Composition
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4.5
2 Skills
$50
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Kyle Lind is a well-versed and experienced Music Producer for many types of music production. Born and raised in the Salt Lake City area Kyle has performed on the piano and keyboard for all types of venues for over 25 years. Kyle has a degree in music production and is has written music for films, music videos, video games, and commercials. Kyle has written many “hit songs” in the rock and...
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Greg Andersen - Freelance Journalistic Videography & Music Composition
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3.0
2 Skills
$25
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Introduction Unique, dynamic, Video Producer with over 14 successful years of experience in all aspects of Video Production including writing, directing, shooting and editing for live events, commercials, episodic content and features. Technical Summary Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Audition, Encoder, Final Cut 7, Compressor, DVD Studio, Soundtrack Pro, Pro Camera, DSLR,...
Ogden, Utah, United States
Phil Stokes - Freelance Music Composition & Music Arrangement
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am a composer for media. I create high-quality recordings and work quickly. I have a good ear for what directors or producers are seeking. I have written for commercials, radio, and internet platforms. Last year, I won a Telly Award for my score in the tv/web thriller/drama, "Day Zero." To sample more of my music, visit soundcloud.com/philstokesmusic.
Ogden, Utah, United States
Kevin Thompson - Freelance Music Composition & Music Arrangement
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am an accomplished musician, arranger, composer, guitarist, pianist and singer. I majored in music at Brigham Young University. I compose music in a wide range of genres--from classical to pop to jazz. I can especially play any style of music on the guitar.
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Juline Lambert - Freelance Music Composition & Russian Translation
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3.0
2 Skills
$15
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Tooele, Utah, United States

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Imran Ali Khan - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Book Illustration
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3.0
2 Skills
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Imran Ali Khan Objective To associate myself with a progressive and dynamic organization to give me an opportunity to seek a challenging career and be part of a team that works towards steady growth. Personal Profile An ambitious young Master of Arts (English) specialized in Pubic Services professional techniques with proven ability to increase company recognition with local authorities and clients. Work Experience Principal Sir Siyyed School and College Karak, Pakistan. From: 2009-till date. Responsibilities: • Developing infrastructure. • To make annual plan and its implementation. • To recruit high quality staff for the organization. • To provide congenial environment for team work. • Co-ordination in the main outlet. • Dealing with public at all levels. • Regular follow up of accounts. • Preparation of daily routine statement. • Arranging seminars. • Achieving annual developmental planned targets. • Holding open days for the redresses of grievances at all levels. • Working in line with the government policy. Lecturer: Sir Siyyed School and College Karak From 2005 to 2009. Responsibilities: • Teaching English to secondary and inter level • Improving communicative skills of the students, • Managing the syllabus and curriculum. • Considering and recommending applicants for admission. • Recruiting good candidate for available Jobs. Educational Background M.A (English ): University of Peshawar – Pakistan. Session. (2000-2002) B.A.(English Literature): University of Peshawar– Pakistan. Session. (1996-1998). Computer Knowledge • M.S Office • M.S Word • M.S Excel • M.S Power Point • Software and hardware installation. • Operating systems i.e. Microsoft WINDOS XP, 2000 and 98 • Microsoft Office XP Languages Known Read: English, Urdu and Pashto,punjabi. Write: English, Urdu and Pashto, punjabi . Speak: English, Urdu and Pashto, punjabi. Personal Information Age, Date of Birth: 10/01/1979. Nationality: Pakistani .
Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Gary Boyd - Freelance Article Writing & Newsletter Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
$40
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RESUME from Gary Boyd a.k.a. GKBoydInk LLC Objective: To help websites sell by turning my words into gold. Experience: I have written copy for the past 12 years for websites like Demand Studio.com, Elance.com, Suite 101.com, Guru.com, and Mahola.com. My niche is writing SEO articles and doing white papers for B2B businesses and getting them to the top of the search engine pages. 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In some causes the condition is reversible, in others, like Alzheimer's, it is not because of the actual destruction of the brain cells. Going back to the medical literature in the 60's very few cases of Alzheimer's dementia were known. So what is going on with this current explosion of dementia in our time? Variables When looking for answers we must look at what has changed in our society today that was not present prior to 1960. Well there has been a definite exposure to toxins that have infiltrated our ground water and waterways. There is a more heavy concentration today to eat more fatty fried foods using aluminum pans and aluminum has been found to accumulate in the brain causing adverse effects. There has also been changes in vaccination policy along with certain learned knowledge that has been ignored in medical practice today. All of the above have contributed mightily it is believed by the experts but there is one specific factor that becomes quite interesting because it concerns what doctors are practicing today. Practices & Profit There has been a concerted effort today by the modern medical community to curb interest in alternative treatments such as vitamins, minerals, supplements, and the use of natural herbs. The so called medical term "evidence based" used by the healthcare industry implies that any spots of knowledge that might help in the treatment or cure in the medical field if not approved by them according to their research should be regarded as quackery. The Healthcare Industry The healthcare industry, as it stands today, chases the almighty dollar and according to their rules of engagement there is more room for profit in treatments then there is in cures. Thus the chasing after of new profits from new drugs in the pharmaceutical industry to hit on a new patent that will spit out profits while not being soundly researched and not looked at closely by the FDA. B -12 Shots After Word War 2 when soldiers starting returning home because of poor diet in the service some were given vitamin B -12 shots to perk up their energy and get them out of the doldrums. It was a very common practice also for the elderly to receive regular B -12 shots when deficiencies were noted at least once a month. B -12 vitamin shots were noted for their increase in energy, relief from depression, mental acuity, and overall feelings of good will. However, at the start of the 60's the so called evidence based medical community elite came to their own conclusions that there was absolutely no evidence for this beneficial practice to continue simply on their say so. Chose to Ignore What the elite chose to ignore was true evidence that most older people, especially in their mid 60's, develop a deficiency in vitamin B -12, a vitamin that is very necessary in the elderly for essential metabolic functions, specifically in the brain and heart. In early studies almost 50% of the elderly still living in the community and 80% living in nursing homes were deficient in the vitamin B -12. Through astute observation it is apparent that the healthcare community is more consumed with shaking down the elderly for profits, using them as pharmaceutical tests for their new patented drugs, then it is trying to find cures for dementia related to Alzheimer's. Five Year Study A noted study done in England by the University of Oxford over the last five years shows that when there is a low level of vitamin B -12 in the brain in the elderly there is a form of brain shrinkage (atrophy) that happens. When this took place the B -12 deficiency did not even have to be severe in order for this to occur. It was observed that this type of atrophy to the brain is a very significant indicator of difficulties in the future with language, memory, and orientation. New Vitamin B -12 The new form of vitamin B -12, that is more compatible with the body, can be taken under the tongue in doses of 5,000 to 10,000 mg a day. There is no known toxicity for vitamin B -12 at any given dose. To escape the onset of dementia the evidence that the University of Oxford points to is regular and sustained ingestion of vitamin B -12 for continued mental health for the brain. Conclusion It has been general knowledge for years that as you grow older your body does not absorb vitamins and mineral like it did when you were younger. 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So all scientists do not agree the earth is warming and have data to prove what they believe are the facts. Global satellite data is the best way to measure global warming to check climate measurements. The satellite data, so far to date, since 1979 has shown no measurable increases or any evidence to show that the globe is warming. In fact, the earth experienced a far greater warming period between the 10th and 15th centuries that was designated as the Medieval Warming Period then is happening today. Medieval Warming Period The time between the 10th and 15th centuries was a time of unusually warm weather and continued until the 15th century when a cold period know as the "Little Ice Age" appeared. The warmer climate resulted in a remarkable increase of prosperity, knowledge, and new art forms in Europe. Agriculture thrived, marshes and swamps dried up, eliminating breeding grounds for mosquitoes that was spreading malaria and killing the population off at the time. 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Quincy, Illinois, United States
Simon Mirara - Freelance Data Entry & Transcription
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4.5
2 Skills
$10
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I am a Data Entry Specialist with over 7 years experience. I am well conversant with MS Office and Excel. Am accurate with fast keying ability to type 60 WPM without errors and sound knowledge of computer applications with a proven ability to collect and manage information efficiently and accurately. I am also an academic writer with over 7 years experience. I am well conversant with the MLA and APA styles or writing. I possess a degree in Economics and have done my CPA'S and I also offer accounting services. I am time conscious with exceptional enthusiasm to accounting. If you are the kind of client who cannot compromise the quality of work and always wants his or her work submitted always on time, then am the freelancer you want and need.
Dallas, Texas, United States
Paul Andris - Freelance Logo Design & Photo Editing
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3.0
2 Skills
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EDUCATION Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Management Information Systems, May 2010 Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, John L. Grove College of Business, Shippensburg, PA Accredited by AACSB International COMPUTER EXPERIENCE PROGRAMMING & GRAPHIC DESIGN EXPERIENCE: Experience with macros in Excel using VBA, Visual Basic, C++, MS Project, Visio, Access, Mind Manager, PERT Chart Expert, WBS Chart Pro, Oracle/SQL, Windows Server 2003, Unix/ Linux, MS .NET Framework, Visual Web Developer, Active Server Pages (ASP), C#, Java and HTML, Adobe Creative Suite (CS3 and CS4) and Flash. COMPUTER SKILLS: Windows XP, Vista, & 7, limited knowledge in troubleshooting, replacing hard drives and setting up networks. Assisted with the creation & production of an Informational video for the John L. Grove College of Business at Shippensburg University. WORK EXPERIENCE QA Tester, Intertek Testing Services, Blue Bell, PA, October 2010 – Present • Responsible for testing & evaluating cell phone applications based on test cases provided by Intertek. • Responsible for the completion of 50+ applications weekly. Delivery Associate, Taylor Rental Center, Malvern, PA, May 2006 – October 2010 • Responsible for coordinating equipment deliveries & schedules and repairing/maintaining equipment & inventory • Worked on a team of two to six employees to set up and break down tents on site at events • Accountable for providing excellent customer service including inquiries & trouble shooting Customer Service Representative, Acme Markets, Chester Springs, PA, May 2001 – December 2005 LEADERSHIP & INVOLVEMENT Public Relations Chairperson, Shippensburg University, Activities Program Board (APB), May 2009 – May 2010 • Responsible for designing & distribution of all publicity & promotional materials for organization’s events including, speakers, music, comedy, trips, films, special events, etc. which include posters/fliers, creative promotions/giveaways, website, digital media, monthly event listing and visual arts • Work with a board of 12 officers & chairperson, 50+ general members, advisors and representatives of the university community to plan & implement events/activities with a $500,000+ yearly budget • Provide leadership & direction for public relations committees of seven to accomplish weekly projects & tasks associated with creating and distributing marketing & promotional materials Team Member, Shippensburg University Scapegoats Ultimate Frisbee Club, September 2005 – May 2010
Pennsylvania, United States
Kaelynn Korten - Freelance Book Illustration & Painting
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3.0
2 Skills
$20
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Kaelynn Korten 261 1/2 Grand Avenue Long Beach, CA 90803 (916)517-2160 (cell) kfkorten@yahoo.com Education: American River College, Sacramento, CA May 2013 A.A. in Music - focus in Voice GPA: 4.0 A.A. in Social Science Jazz Studies - focus in Voice Art - drawing, painting, color theory Experience: Art student 2008-2012 American River College, Sacramento, CA Mick Sheldon, Diane Richey-Ward Artwork shown in James Kaneko Gallery, K St. Gallery, Crocker Art Museum and ARC Library Running Man Brown published in the "American River Review" 2010 Chateau de Beynac purchased by American River College for permanent collection Illustrator 2013 Vox Musica, Sacramento, CA Daniel Paulson, director/founder Created a series of chalk pastel drawings for projection and display during the concert performance of "Replay: Musical Settings of Bedtime Stories" These drawings were published as a book, under the title, "Seven Pieces of Me: They Have Freckles Everywhere" Scenic design/sound design 2007-2013 St. Michael's Academy, Carmichael, CA Carol McKinley, Vice-principal Set design, construction, painting, sound design and board operation for annual Shakespeare plays, including: Macbeth, Julius Caesar, Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice, Henry V Mediums: Charcoal, chalk/oil pastel, watercolor, pencil, colored pencil, ink, oil, acrylic, collage References: Available upon request
Long Beach, California, United States