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Cassidy Limbach - Freelance Illustration & Nature Illustration
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5.0
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$30
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Cassidy lives and works out of her downtown home studio in Columbus, Ohio. She was born in 1985, OH USA Cassidy is an abstract painter/ illustrator working on linen with acrylic, collage and inks. Her concerns are with rich-juicy colors, textures and surface qualities to create life-affirming visual meditations. Limbach plays with a spectrum of candy colored pastels intermingled with ornate...
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Shiko - Freelance Arabic Translation & Nature Illustration
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Columbus, Ohio, United States

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Obol Andrew Jackson - Freelance Storyboarding & Book Illustration
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5.0
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$20
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BACKGROUND Ugandan illustrator Obol Andrew Jackson has a BFA from Makerere University Kampala majoring in illustration. He is the Artist In Residence 2014 at Happy Habor comics in Edmonton, Alberta where he does what he loves, comics. His fluid yet expressive lines give his art a style ideal for storytelling. He has done storyboards for several agencies including Moringa- Ogilvy international. Andrew is co-founder and art facilitator in the youth group Artivists 4 life Uganda. The group uses art, dance and drama to sensitize communities about health and social issues with a vision of “creating for a better world”. To add to Andrew's repertoire, he does interactive live paintings and community murals. Through his diverse art practice he has been invited to showcase his talents at the Sorbonne in Paris, the University of Alberta and Grant McEwan in Canada.When Andrew is not drawing, he likes to play his guitar and watch a nicely crafted movie. RESUME September 2009 – Present (4 years 9 months) Ilustrator at ArtOjay Illustrations Edmonton, Canada Area 2014 Illustrated and published a children book titled “A school for my Village” authored by Jackson Kaguri of Nyaka Aids Orphans Project. In Uganda and United States- Michigan 2013 to date: Illustrated for “Katakata the Authentic African Cartoon Magazine”.In Netherlands and East Africa 2013: Illustrated After The End (A.T.E) comic book Published and authored Steve Paugh, senior editor for the “Sur la Terre magazine” in Doha, Qatar. 2012-2013: Freelance storyboarding for Moringa LTD a Ugandan advertising agency in partnership with Oglivy International. 2011- 2013: Freelance Storyboarding for Fenon Records. Kampala, Uganda. 2012: Illustrated a children’s book “Obed” for the Ainembabazi Children's Foundation. Edmonton, Canada. 2012: Poster illustration for the “Fringe Expressions Cabarets” in Edmonton. 2011- 2012: Freelance Storyboarding for Buddies TV production. Kampala, Uganda 2010- 2012: Makerere University Walter Reed Project (MUWRP). Kampala, Uganda My main duties were; Illustrate health messages for Bill boards related to circumcision, family planning and domestic violence Testing illustrated concepts out in the community. 2009-2010: Illustrating School curriculum textbooks for MK Publishers. Kampala, Uganda VOLUNTEERISM with Artivists 4 life 2013 November: Live painting at Decolonizing Global Citizenship Education: Centre for Global Citizenship Education & Research International Conference 2013 2012 August: Live painting at the Ainembabazi Children’s Project fundraiser in Edmonton 2012 July: Conference presentation and live painting at Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference Paris 2011 March: Live painting (via skype) for Art Across Cultures exchange with I-Human youth society Edmonton, AB Canada 2009, 2010, and 2011: Painting murals with youth in Kampala and Kayunga RESIDANCIES 2014- date: Artist in residence at Happy Habor Comics, Edmonton, Canada
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Chelsie Morgan - Freelance Illustration & Painting
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Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies Degree Expected, Fall 2014 Emphasis in Art Education & Painting Texas A&M Texarkana G.P.A. 3.5 Bachelors of Arts: Fine Arts Emphasis Spring 2012 Emphasis in Painting & Drawing Minor in Interior Design University of Central Arkansas G.P.A 3.2 Professionial Experience: TEXES 178 Art EC-12 Passed Grumbacher Insrtuctor Certification Works Published in Vortex Magizine & Gazette Newspaper Sunday School Teacher • Expand knowledge and experience of the arts. Group taught 11th & 12th Advanced Art Group taught 5th & 6th Art Assistant Manager / Joe’s Pizza & Pasta
Texarkana, Texas, United States
Caleb Schowalter - Freelance Drawing & Digital Art
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Caleb Schowalter 4540 Wesley Court, Mason, OH 45040 (513) 405-8641 schowacs@mail.uc.edu http://cschowalter.carbonmade.com/ Objective: College student seeking summer internship Skills: Traditional and multimedia drawing; graphic and imaging design Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Facebook, Deviantart, blogging, and other social media PC and Macintosh formats, Microsoft Office programs Education University of Cincinnati 2014 Bachelor of Fine Arts, concentration in Two-Dimensional Art 3.72/4.0 GPA, Dean’s List 2010-Present William Mason High School 2006-2010 Mason, OH Work Experience Graphics Manager/Contributing Editor, Nailqube.com 2010-Present Design graphics for articles, overall website, and podcasts Edit written articles of staff Write editorials and reviews Record a podcast Associate, Chan’s Asian Wok Summer 2011 Greeted customers and placed their orders Performed cashier duties at register Handled phone orders and delivery Cleaned restaurant Usher/Concessions, Regal Cinemas Summer 2010 Cleaned and maintained theaters, lobby, and bathrooms Greeted and assisted all guests, collected tickets Prepared food and performed cashier duties at concession stand Activities Graphics Manager, Wm. Mason High School Chronicle 2008-2010 Designed advertisements for clients Laid out text and graphics into newspaper template Created photo illustrations to accompany articles
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Bethany Seagrave - Freelance Photo Editing & Commercial Photography
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I have been a professional photographer for over 6 years. I have worked in a variety of fields, including location shooting, bts photography/still for film, wedding, commercial, product, beauty, head-shots, and portfolio work. I have worked as a full time lead photo editor. I have managed teams of photographers and other retouching artists. I have managed content for web. I have been a project manager working with other photographers and artists to build gallery pieces. I have been doing retouching for almost 10 years and have been able to hone, refine and expedite my skill with time. I enjoy and thrive in fast paced and creative environments. My additional goals are to collaborate with other creative individuals, helping produce industry defining advertising and imagery.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Jeff Damberg - Freelance Art & Sculpting
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5.0
2 Skills
$100
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Bio In 1976, the famous sculptor, Elisabeth Gordon Chandler, N.A., saw Jeff Damberg's work during his first week at the Academy, and offered Jeff a full working-scholarship with stipend and housing. For the next years, Jeff studied with teachers who taught at The Art Students League, and were members of The National Academy. In studio classes Jeff learned Portrait and Figure Painting from the renowned portrait artist, Robert Brackman, N.A.. Brackman taught what he had learned decades earlier from his teacher, the famous Impressionist, Robert Henri. Brackman was a world-renowned portrait artist whose formal portraits include Charles Lindbergh; members of the Rockefeller family; the Board of Directors of RCA; and also the portraits featured in the Hollywood production "The Portrait of Jennie". He is listed in The History Britannica as the finest pastel painter since Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt. Jeff studied Portrait Sculpture with Mrs. Chandler, whose public works can be seen at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan; Figure Sculpture with Michael Lance, N.A.; and drawing with Harold Goodwin. Jeff graduated with an excellent standing at the Academy, with marks of "Excellent" in a letter written from Brackman, (Lyme Academy, like the Art Students League did not assign grades.) During his years at Lyme Academy, Jeff also co-taught still-life classes at Mitchell College in New London, Connecticut. After graduation, Jeff lived and worked from a loft in SOHO, New York, NY, then joined with artist friends to develop an artists' loft community in Stamford, CT, later known as The Stamford Loft Artists' Association. A Daily News article about the new art community featured one of Jeff's seascapes, celebrating "the new Stamford SOHO". Jeff was later invited to live and work at The Bush-Holley House in Cos Cob, CT, the site of the original artists' colony of the Impressionists. Experimenting with Expressionism, Jeff became part of the Abstract Expressionist group called "New New", spear-headed by noted art critic and author, Dr. Kenworth Moffett, then the curator for The Boston Museum of Fine Art, and overseen by renowned art critic, Clement Greenberg, the famous advocate of Jackson Pollock's work. He gave Jeff's art a favorable critique, saying that if his paintings were hanging in Manhattan, it would be the finest show in the city. Conceptual Abstract was the order of the day, however, so for new direction, Jeff studied the Old Masters, and painted replicas of Masterworks on commission. Jeff was the lead-in for a New York Times article about mural painters in 1994, and he has been commissioned to paint murals from as far away as Cambridge, England. Jeff's formal portrait commissions include members of the DuPont and Mellon families. He has received referrals for commissioned paintings from The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, NY, and from Dr. Moffett, then the director of The Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art in Florida. Jeff's work has been accepted into art shows too numerous to list, including at The National Academy of Design, New York, NY. His paintings and murals have been featured in numerous publications including Metropolitan Home Magazine; Westchester County's Living and Dining magazine; and the cover of Greenwich Magazine, Greenwich, CT. Jeff has successfully completed over two hundred and fifty commissions throughout the U.S.A.; and in Canada; England; Ireland; Germany; Israel, over half of them portraits. Along with commissions, Jeff does fine art and sculpture restoration: sculpture: oil paintings; frames; murals; gilding. His scholarship at Lyme Academy was awarded by Mrs. Chandler for sculpture, and at the end of each semester, his sculptures were the ones chosen for casting to represent the school. Jeff, and his wife, Joanne are also publishing his favorite original oil paintings into Giclée (ghee-clay) museum-quality prints on canvas. Résumé Birth Place: Greenwich, CT, USA Selected Group Shows 2010 Holland Fine Art, Bedford, NY 2008 Watch Hill Improvement Society, Watch Hill, RI 2007 Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists 2000 National Academy of Design, New York, NY 1996 Watch Hill Improvement Society, Watch Hill, RI 1994 Watch Hill Improvement Society, Watch Hill, RI 1992 Watch Hill Improvement Society, Watch Hill, RI 1990 Watch Hill Improvement Society, Watch Hill, RI 1989 Mystic Arts Association, Mystic, CT 1983 Stamford Loft Artists’ Association, Stamford, CT 1982 Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Stamford, CT 1982 Stamford Loft Artists’ Association, Stamford, CT 1982 Mystic Arts Association, Mystic, CT 1980 Slater Memorial Museum, Norwich, CT 1979 Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT Selected One-Man Shows 2006 Eye International, New York, NY 2005 River Road Gallery, Wilton, CT 2004 Round Hill Community Church, Greenwich, CT 2003 Howard Whittemore Memorial Library, Naugatuck, CT 2003 Middlebury Library, Middlebury, CT Selected Collections • Alamo Corporate Offices, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; • Guardian Life Insurance Company, New York, NY • Private collections in USA; Canada; England; Ireland; Germany; Israel Commissioned Murals in Public Places • Elm Street Oyster House dining room, Greenwich • Lexington Square Cafe, Mt. Kisco, NY • Heathcote Tavern, Scarsdale, NY, two murals: in bar, and cigar room Have focused on commissioned work since 1991, successfully completing approximately two hundred and fifty commissions nationally and internationally Publications Antiques and the Arts Weekly, 2011 Greenwich Time, 2005 Greenwich Post, 2005 The Darien Times, 2005 Stamford Advocate, 2005 New Canaan Advertiser, 2005 Fairfield County Weekly, 2005 Easton Courier, 2005 The Wilton Villager, 2005 The Hour, 2005 The Ridgefield Press, 2005 The Wilton Bulletin, 2005 The Redding Pilot, 2005 The Weston Forum, 2005 The Lewisboro Ledger, 2005 Better Homes and Gardens: Decorating, 2003 Greenwich Magazine, 2001 Metropolitan Home, 2000 National Academy of Design catalog, 2000 Greenwich Magazine, 1998 Greenwich Post, 1997 Where to Find It, 1996 Metropolitan Home, 1996 Greenwich Post, 1996 Living and Dining, 1996 The New York Times, 1994 Metropolitan Home magazine, 1994 Daily News, 1982 The Day, 1976 Education 1983 University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT 1980 The Art Students League; New York, NY 1979 Lyme Academy of Fine Arts graduate; Old Lyme, CT Community Involvement 2006 Volunteered to create logo for children's table tennis at YMCA 2004-06 Volunteered at soup kitchens in Naugatuck and Waterbury, CT 2004-06 Support of the Red Cross through donations of original artwork 1997 Donation of fine art to Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts 1994 Donation of original artwork for a Red Cross benefit 1992-05 Annual donations of fine art to various churches Extracurricular Activities 1988 Served as a navigator in The Race Across America 1984-88 Participated in numerous triathlons and marathons 1986 Wrote/produced a film about running, “The Runner” 1984 Assistant Producer for a documentary film in Amman, Jordan 1982 Wrote/produced a film about water-skiing, "Hydronastics" Affiliations 2008 Lyme Art Association, CT 2007 Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists 2005 Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists 1991 “New New” artists’ group, NY 1987 One of first artists in the now Artists’ Cooperative Gallery, RI 1984 One of first artists in The Stamford Artists’ Association 1980 Invited to paint and live at the Bush-Holley House, Cos Cob, CT Awards · Award for a portrait from the Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists · Won full working-scholarship with stipend and housing to Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT Artist's Statement “After graduating from Lyme Academy I had years of expressionistic experimentation. I learned to use colors in new ways and intensity, and tried new approaches to convey time and motion on canvas. This became the foundation of the more realistic work I do now. I believe in painting with the impasto of the brush, to release the paint expressively rather than descriptively, with a flow of color.” Web Addresses: http://www.marblesculpturerepair.com http://www.jeffdamberg.org
Monroe, Connecticut, United States
Raed - Freelance Language Translation & Civil Engineering
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3.0
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$8
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I took a deep breath, trying not to cry. I said, “Goodbye!” I came from the Mid East; my country of origin is Iraq. As the oldest of five children, I have always been expected to be flawless and independent. I had to take on the important role of eldest son by teaching and being a role model to my brothers. I attended school in Iraq and was awarded several times for my excellent academic work. I was a model student for my fellow students. I was expected by my teacher and family to continue my education and become a professional. How little did I know that this promising beginning would change so drastically within a year’s time. In 2003, the war between the American army and my people began. The situation in Iraq grew very difficult and violent. Mahdi Army or Jaysh Al-Mahdi, a “special group,” uses violence to achieve political power. This group was getting support from the Iranian government against the Sunni Islamic group. Mr. Sadr, a strong leader of the Al-Mahdi army was involved with persuading citizens to his political party’s ideas. He pretends to wants calm and reconciliation between the Shias and Sunnis, "for the sake of Iraq's independence and stability." However, he hides behind this false mask of peace for his own purposes. Under this terrible situation, my family and I began to live a very different and difficult life. Al-Mahdi was kidnapping persons by their last names by whether it sounded Sunni or Shia. Their hate and hostility made them even do the unspeakable, like murdering young boys. One morning, a letter with three bullets inside was dropped at the front gate of my house saying “Leave before we get you.” In addition, they wrote “wanted” on the wall, painted with blood. We were forced to leave our house in order to get into a safe place. We knew that it was dangerous for us to even stay in our home country. Therefore, we were forced to leave our country. We immigrated to Syria, the country next to Iraq. I went to school in Syria as well, and completed my freshman and sophomore years successfully. Even though their education system is different from my country, I still performed excellently in my school work. We stayed in Syria for five years. As five years passed, I still continued to worry about my friends and family back home. It was the worst time in my life when I had to leave my old friends. My precious family that I value so much there was left behind. As the years went by, I felt even more helpless and hopeless to reach them. Having no idea about what was going to take place in my life for the future was a scary thought for me. What if no one got along with me? What was I going to do to help myself cope with the situation by myself? Those questions were questions I had to leave unanswered, for I had to live in the moment to really take action in my life. A turning point in my life was when I had to start in a new environment. This is a significant change in my life because it symbolized how I was becoming an adult and finally having a safe, normal life of school, work and friends. I was now able to have more freedom and choices compared to war-torn Iraq. When we inquired about the asylum through the United Nations (UN) to relieve the persecution that the Iraqi people faced, I was hoping to share that information with my friends and family back home. The reason why we moved from Iraq to the USA was because our family suffered a huge personal loss. Not only were my family and I experiencing a terrible sense of loss-of-country, but I also lost the person who meant so much to me in life. My grandma had a terrible experience that no one could have ever imagined while shopping in the market. On a sunny beautiful day, my grandma went to the store to buy food for her guests on a Muslims holiday, and all of the family were preparing for a huge family dinner. We felt safe because she was going with her friends would be meeting there as usual. All of a sudden, we heard a bomb. We always heard bombs explode, but this time it sounded like it went off close to where she might be shopping. So we ran to the store to make sure my grandma was safe. We saw the sky filled with fire, and people screaming and crying. We saw destruction and a fiery hole where the store use to be. I asked if anybody knew where my grandma was. Finally we received a call from the hospital telling us that my grandma had been killed by the bomb. Everybody who knew my grandma was deeply upset about losing her. She was a wonderful person, she give more than she ever took. My childhood was miserable at that time. I felt death was running after everybody in Iraq. But it also developed a strong sense of character and personal strength. I am now very committed to becoming the best I can be here in the USA. As a promise to my family and in honor to those left behind, I plan on obtaining a successful career after my college education is completed. Some people here have no idea what it is like to live through deep tragedies. They cannot imagine what it is like to be persecuted for the name you have or the way you practice your religion. After everything I’ve been through in my life, I know that any minor setbacks that could ever happen to me will be easy to overcome. I am a strong person with good morals and values. I know what it is like to live in a country that doesn’t value human life, so I will never stop at the chance to help my fellow human being. I am glad to be living in a country now that may not be perfect in every way, but at least I don’t feel as fearful here as my life there. I plan on taking all the knowledge and strength I’ve learned into my future life here on all levels- spiritually, emotionally, and life career.
Tempe, Arizona, United States
Kenneth Smith - Freelance Proofreading & Content Writing
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Kenneth Smith Experience US Census Bureau April 2010-June 2010 Enumerator Tupelo, MS Interview non-respondents for census data. Fred's October 2008 –March 2009 Stock Associate West Point, MS Stock shelves, assist customers, unload trucks, clean and straighten work areas. Winn-Dixie, Inc. September 2007 - April 2008 Seafood Associate Tuscaloosa, AL Open or close department; provide customer service; assist management with paperwork and ordering; clean work areas; unload trucks. Winn-Dixie March 2006-September2007 Produce Associate Tuscaloosa, AL Stock produce; assist customers; keep work area clean, assist management with ordering and other paperwork. Publix September 2005-March2006 Grocery Associate Tuscaloosa, AL Stock grocery department, unload trucks, assist customers, clean work areas. Quality Inn June 2005 - September 2005 Night Auditor Tuscaloosa, AL Run night audit; check guests in/out; clean/straighten lobby and pool area; answer telephone; prepare continental breakfast; accommodate guest requests. Winn-Dixie, Inc. June 1996 - April 2005 Sales Associate Jasper & Tuscaloosa, AL Greet/assist customers; stock grocery; stock dairy/frozen foods; stock and fill customer orders in seafood; load/unload trucks; trash duty; occasional front end customer service duty. Wendy's, Inc. April 1994 - June 1996 Sales Associate Jasper, AL Run grill; run front and window registers; assemble sandwiches; clean lobby; trash duty; unload trucks; open and close restaurant; fulfill customer requests quickly and efficiently. Education Mississippi University for Women December 2012 Bachelor’s in MIS Columbus, MS University of Alabama Proofread The Dove’s Sword by Sara Elinburg, August 2009. 2.53 GPA. English major; history minor. Most classes focused on grandeur and use of our language, as well as efforts to teach students effective communication. Much research and subjective thinking required to successfully complete these courses. Proofreading Experience August 2004 Bachelor’s of Arts English Tuscaloosa, AL
West Point, Mississippi, United States
John Brooks - Freelance Database Programming & Networking
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Brooks Systems We have over thirty years of experience in lot varied environments and can offer a complete IT solution for your company, freeing your personnel to do what they do best. We can provide a complete solution or you can pick and choose which services you want. All will be tailored to your business. We are a Microsoft partner. Services offered: • Network design and installation of infrastructure including cabling and switches and routers • Wan installation and support • HW field service and break fix • Network support and administration • Workstation installation and support both HW and SW • Interfacing with various VAR’s for HW lease or purchase • Design and coding of custom applications • Database design, Implementation and Administration using SQL Access or Oracle • Setting up standard and operations procedure manuals • Installation and support for accounting software • IT security implementation and security audits • Offsite backup and Disaster recovery planning and implementation • Help with finding and evaluation of IT personnel
Union City, Indiana, United States