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Nina Ruelle - Freelance Nature Illustration & Book Illustration
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Providence, Rhode Island, United States
W.Taylor Designs - Freelance Interior Design & Nature Illustration
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Bristol, Rhode Island, United States

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Paloma de la Cruz - Freelance Editing & Spanish Translation
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As a U.S. citizen of Dominican origin, I am a native Spanish and English speaker, and thanks to my studies and professional experience in Lyon, I also have near-native fluency in French. After obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in English and French from the University of Texas at Austin, I moved to France, where I lived for four years. During that time, I acquired a Master’s degree in modern literature and business culture from Université Jean Moulin-Lyon 3. My college education gave me a broad knowledge of the English and French literary traditions. It also required that I conduct research both at undergraduate and graduate levels, allowing me to further develop my writing and analytical skills. Along with my educational background, my professional experience includes teaching English and freelance editing and translating. For two years, I worked as an English lecturer for the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon, a position that required much versatility. My responsibilities ranged from teaching English to undergraduate and graduate students to managing the institute’s language resource center as part of an international team. I was also in charge of event planning, inventory control, and educational resource management. In addition to my work and studies, I remained actively involved in literary projects, editing and translating a testimony by a Burundian refugee (French to English) and co-translating a novel about the 1937 massacre of thousands of Haitians living in the Dominican Republic (Spanish to English, in progress). These projects, which included the preparation of book prospectuses, allowed me to put my language skills into practice.
Englewood, New Jersey, United States
Candi - Freelance Book Cover Design & Digital Art
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I have 15+ years self-taught experience in traditional and concept art, 6+ years experience with graphic design (1 year formal, 5+ years self-taught). Primarily familiar with character design, illustrating, realistic and cartoon character artistry.
Spokane, Washington, United States
Dallas Casavant - Freelance Comic Writing & Ghostwriting
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This might seem a little off topic, but stay with me... Sometimes, when I go out to a local pub, to sing some karaoke (okay, a lot of times!), some friends at my table will laugh at some of the "singers" and criticise them. When they do, I ask them if they have ever sung karaoke, before. If they haven't, then i tell them that they can't criticise them. Now, I know that nobody can criticise my singing (wink!), but I decided to take my own advice, in the comic book world. I am a complete beginner, but i do have a few ideas, of vastly different genres. I have one volume (of a two volume graphic novel) complete, and I'm looking for interested (and interesting) illustrators.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Danny Cottingham - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Graphic Design
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Over 25 years experience as a graphic designer and illustrator. Love to do childrens illustrations and murals. Also, very experienced with event flyer and poster design. 15 years experience with audio editing and music production.
Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Olatunji Offeyi - Freelance Creative Writing & Journalistic Writing
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My name is Tunji Offeyi I have written over 300 journals as a professional journalist back in Nigeria,and since I relocated to England in 2009 I have written a book titled Echoes from the soul,I posses a degree in Literature in English and a diploma in radio presenting,and a certificate in business presentation and am a fellow London association of human resource management,am happily married to an Hungarian lady by the name Kitty.I am capable of working on your project many thanks.
United Kingdom
Kelly Curry - Freelance Mural Painting & Landscape Painting
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$150
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I am originally from Alden, NY. I started painting outdoor murals in 1999 under the tutelage of Charlie Flagg, a noted folk art artist. By 2002 I moved to Clearwater Florida where I perfected my craft and painted murals in the central and northern areas of Florida until 2006. In August 2006 I moved to New Orleans where I worked as a Jackson Square street artist and painted over 100 interior and exterior murals. I worked with numerous interior designers refurbishing murals damaged by hurricane Katrina. I also do theme decorating for commercial spaces such as bars, restaurants, office spaces and cultural centers. For the last three summers I have been painting large exterior murals in two small towns along the St. Lawrence river, Clayton NY and Alexandria Bay NY. My work has been published in newspapers and magazines and have also had several television interviews in the NY area. To date I have 11 murals in Northern NY and have recently moved to Alexandria Bay NY. NOTABLE DATES, AREAS AND MURALS 1999-2002 Painted murals in Buffalo, NY and surrounding area counties. 2002-2006 Painted murals on above ground fuel tanks on the Akwasasne indian reservation in Northern NY for the Tarbell family which owns several gas stations and stores. The Eastern door and The Western door and several others around the area including a marina in Snye on the river. Painted a Bio-diesel fuel tank for Willie Nelson which can now be seen in Carls Corners Tx. Painted over 20 interior and exterior murals in St. Pete Fla for one clients business and home, Whiskey Daves Custom Motorcycle shop, repair and clothing store, and Bikes and Babes Bar and restaurant . All located near the intersection of 66 ave. and 54 st. in St. Pete Belonged to the Clearwater Arts Assoc.until 2005 Belonged to Gainesville Mural Committee until 2006 Painted dozens of murals in the Gainesville area, including Starke, Lake City and Bradford. 2006-2011 Moved to New Orleans Jackson Square artist from 2007-2010 Work shown at: Jazz and Hertiage Museum Congo Square Exhibit Craige Cultural Center Exhibit Ashe’ Cultural Center Exhibit Jazz Fest Palmer Park Art walk Voodoo Fest Big Shirleys Uptown Show Essense Fest French Quarter Fest Mardi Gra Street Art Fest Blue Nile Art Nite Women of Color Exhibit Murals at places of note in New Orleans:: Jazz Café’ Geisha Sushi Restaurant Houma Sports bar Batiste Cultural arts Academy Sci Tech Science and Technical Academy Big Shirleys Restaurant Rick’s Daquiri shop Gallery Representation One Sun Gallery on 616 Royal St. New Orleans 2009-2012 Murals at places of note in Clayton and Alexandria Bay, New York State Koffee Kove restaurant Clayton Trading Co Town of Clayton Waterfront project Northern Physical Bldg. Garlocks Barn Bertrands Motel Alexandria Bay Historical Society Cornwall Bros Museum 2013 SB Manufacturing, Dade City Fla Catholic Diocese, Cathedral Services building in Columbus Circle Railroad bridge at Clinton and Onondaga streets in Syracuse NY NY Shows and Exhibits 2011 Thousand Islands Art Center Winter Art Show 2012 Thousand Islands Art Center Summer Art Show 2012-2014 Cornwall Brothers Museum 2013 Syracuse Art Fest Newspapers, Articles and Interviews 2004 Akwasasne Phoenix newspaper 2010 Thousand Islands Sun newspaper 2010 Watertown Daily times 2010 WWNY TV interview titled “ Putting brush to barn” 2011 WWNY TV interview titled “A barn made beautiful” 2011 Trade publication for Ace Hardware 2011 April edition of Thousand Island life magazine 2012 Thousand Islands Sun 2013 WSYR channel 9 in Syracuse NY News interview 2013 Syracuse Downtown Art Festival Syracuse.com 2013 Newhouse Publications Syracuse University In 2013 I moved to Alexandria Bay NY This list is commercial clients and does not include murals or artwork for private residences and clients. All interviews and media releases can be found on google by entering "Kelly Curry mural artist"
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Rachel Danielle Peterson - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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CURRICULUM VITAE CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION July 2009 - August 2011 Ashland University, Ashland, OH Pursued a MFA in Poetry through the university's low-residency program. My thesis adviser was Peter Campion, and Ruth Schwartz served on my thesis committee. My thesis is a collection of poetry. Sept 2005 - May 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Graduated upon thesis completion with an MA in Theology, but the degree is academic approach to the interdisciplinary study of religion. Scott Holland was my thesis adviser. Major academic courses highlights: Films, Novels, & Theology, Modernity, Post-Modernity & Belief, Hebrew, and Religion as a Source of Terror & Transformation Thesis Title: “Re-Mythologizing as a Tool for Postmodern Christianity.” Sept 1999 - June 2005, Wright State University, Dayton, OH Graduated summa *** laude with a dual major of English/Religion (BA). Major academic courses highlights: Creative Writing, Plato Seminar, C.S. Lewis, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Eastern Religions, The Problem of Evil, Shakespeare's Tragedies, and Ancient Mythology. Completed University Honors designation through course work and special project for each major (poetry collection and research paper). My honors advisers were Gary Pacernick (poetry) and Valerie Stoker (religion). OCCUPATION Sept 2013 – July 2016, Northern Marianas College, Saipan, MP English Instructor, Language and Humanities Classes taught: English Language Institute Reading and Writing courses (EN 072, EN 082, EN093, EN094), English Composition (EN 101 and 202), Intro to Literature (EN 150), Introduction to Philosophy (PI 202), and Literature of the Pacific (EN 250, and Intro to Communication (CO 210). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources, several courses were online as well. I have taken part in Hiring Committee as well as ad hoc committees. I also advised a weekly creative writer’s club off campus that was open to the whole community. I have been a guest speaker at local high schools to teach workshops on Creative Writing and aid in recruitment efforts. Sept 2007 – Aug 2013, Clark State Community College, Springfield, OH Adjunct Instructor, Arts & Sciences Classes taught: Developmental Writing (CPE 071 & CPE 072), Intro to English (ENG 111), Intro to Poetry (ENG 241). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources. Furthermore, I served as a faculty mentor to students in the college’s creative writers’ club for three years. The club published a yearly literary journal called Shards. Sept 2006 - June 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Student Coordinator of Peace Forum Duties included: planning meals, introducing speakers, moderating discussions, and coordinating volunteers at this weekly forum, which included Earlham College as well as the Bethany community. Sept 2004 - June 2005, NEXUS, WSU’s Literary Journal, Dayton, OH Assistant Editor Duties included: reading submissions, proofing poems, advertising for the journal, and formatting each issue. The magazine also started a weekly poetry workshop. Sept 2001 - Dec 2003, WSU’s University Writing Center, Dayton, OH Writing Consultant Guided students through one-on-one writing sessions to define and address problem areas. ______________________________________________________________________________ VOLUNTEER SERVICE Jan 2003 - April 2004, Brethren Volunteer Service, On Earth Peace, New Windsor, MD Decade to Overcome Violence Coordinator & Program Assistant to OEP Duties included: maintaining the denomination’s DOV network (an initiative of the World Council of Churches), attending staff meetings (facilitating when necessary), representing OEP and DOV at various events, working with the Internet, using word processors, preparing bulk mailings, writing articles, facilitating workshops, and editing articles when necessary. I received formal mediation, group facilitation, applied ethics, nonviolence, and anti-racism training. ______________________________________________________________________________ INTERNSHIP March 2013 – Sept 2013 The Review Review, online writer's resource edited by Becky Tuch, located at: www.thereviewreview.net Maintained an online presence through social media, contributed publishing tips, compiled questions for monthly lit mag quizzes, dates of latest workshops and writing retreats, researched possible sponsors as well as the latest books on the craft of writing. ACTIVITIES/MEMBERSHIP 2015 -2016. Member of The International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh). Completed August 9, 2014. “How Writers Write Poetry: Talk on Craft and Commitment,” an online course offered by The Writing University at the University of Iowa: http://courses.writinguniversity.org 2014 – present. Contributing Editor at Poet’s Quarterly: http://www.poetsquarterly.com/ 2013 – present, Member of VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts. AWARDS A Girl’s a Gun was chosen by Lisa Williams as the winner of the 2017 University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series and will be published by the same press Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellow, August 6th -September 16th 2017 at the Vermont Studio. “New Year’s” and “Redbird” were nominated for Best New Poets 2014 by Ashland University. 2014, Cleft was an Honourable Mention for the 2014 Joanna Cargill Coconut Book Prize for a First Book. 2013, Cleft of Sky, was chosen as a Semi-finalist for the Trio Award for the First/Second Book by Trio House Press, judged by Mihaela Moscaliuc. 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” nominated by The Los Angeles Review for Best New Poets. 2012, Nominated for and completed Clark State's Adjunct Faculty Leadership Institute 2010, Represented Ashland University at Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference in Washington, D.C. 2006, Elected to Bethany’s student government and represented the school at the Mennonite Writer’s Conference in Bluffton, OH 2005, Most Outstanding Student in the Department of Religion (WSU) 2005, Short story wins second runner up and a cash prize from WSU’s annual contest. 2004-2005, The National Dean’s List Dean’s List (every quarter at WSU) WSU Honor’s Program Golden Key National Honor Society PUBLICATIONS A Girl’s a Gun will be published as part of the University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series in November 2017. “Elegy of the Gun V.” was on display in the Poetry Leaves Exhibition, May 2-31, 3027, and published in the Poetry Leaves bound volume, sponsored by Waterford Township Public Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan. “Harlan County,” was published in the April 2017 edition of Front Porch Journal, literary journal of Texas State University's MFA Program. The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: CARLY SIMON,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 16, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-carly-simon/ The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: PAT BENATAR,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 9, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-pat-benatar/ The thought piece, “Some Myths Must Break,” was published on January 4, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/some-myths-must-break/ The essay, “Innovation,” was published in the Spring 2015 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2015/04/innovation.html The poem, “Fragments of Joan XVI, ” was published in Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed a media event from Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies at Clemson University, Summer of 2014. The essay, “For People,” was published in the Summer 2014 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2014/07/for-people.html March 21, 2014.“Why I Wasn’t Supposed to be Born,” a poem published in Revolver, a literary arts organization based in Lowertown, St. Paul. http://www.around-around.com/author/rachel-peterson/ 2014. “Redbird” was published first in The Burden of Light: Poems on Illness and Loss, edited by Tanya Chekhov and released in March 2014. https://soundcloud.com/foreword-literary/rachel-peterson-red-bird-the 2013. “Fragments of Joan XI.” a poem published in Her Royal Majesty, a Paris-based literary arts magazine, “Luck” Issue 13, Summer 2013. 2013, The Review Review, a review magazine based out of Pittsburgh, publishing tips: “Viva Vida! Lit Mags That Challenge Sexism,” “Ranking Lit Mags, Ranking Writing,” “Out of Africa: Lit Mags Related to Africa and Diaspora,” and “Mighty Thunder from Down Under: Australian Lit Mags and Literary Resources.” http://www.thereviewreview.net/ 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” a poem published in The Los Angeles Review, a semi-annual literary journal based in Los Angeles, March 2013. 2013, “On the Burning of a Statue of Jesus,” a poem published in Midwestern Gothic,is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan in Issue 8 and included an online interview: http://midwestgothic.com/2013/02/contributor-spotlight-rachel-danielle-peterson 2012, “Harlan County,” a poem published in Arsenic Lobster, a Chicago based literary journal, Issue Thirty, Winter 2012. 2011,"Ink," Literary Imagination, Vol. 13.3 (2011). Published by Oxford University Press, based in London, UK. 2011, MFA Thesis: Burn, a collection of poetry. 2007, Master's Thesis: "Re-Mythologizing: A Tool for Post Modern Theology." LANGUAGE SKILL German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Greek, and Maori. TRAVEL/INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 2014, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Seattle, WA. 2012, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Chicago, IL. 2007, Cross-Cultural Trip to Kenya, arranged by Bethany Seminary. 2006, Attendance at the Shakespearean Festival in Stratford (Canada). 2004, Represented OEP at the UN-sponsored Conference on Women and Religion, New York, NY. 2004, Christian Peacemaking Team (CPT) Delegation to Israel/Palestine. 2002, Studied for a semester abroad in Heidelberg, Germany. 2002, Taizé International Gathering in Budapest, Hungary, arranged by Earlham College. 2001, Young Adult Workcamp to the Taizé monastic community in France.
Ohio, United States
Frank Rivera - Freelance Animation & Digital Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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Hello, My name is Frank Rivera, and I am a 2D animator, storyboard artist and Director. I previously worked at Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Disney online, Animation Collective, Cartoon Pizza, DMA animation, Heavy.com, Hornet, Small Planet and other animation and graphic companies in NYC. interested in finding out more about the position. Thanks for your time and consideration. please check my website at www.frankrivera.tv
Runnemede, New Jersey, United States