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Brad Leue - Freelance Nature Photography & Photography
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4.0
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I am a freelance photographer with a large stock list of images ranging from music and band photography to artistic, coastal, bushland, advertising, promotion and more. Through numerous years of working on my imaging skills, i have developed a large amount of art and design pieces ready for use. Options range from interior decoration, greeting cards, calendars, posters, books, magazines,...
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Natasha Green - Freelance Event Photography & Nature Photography
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4.0
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I have a sound knowledge of photography and I have won prizes for my photos. I believe I would be a valued member of your staff as I am very enthusiastic, punctual, reliable and I have excellent people skills, good communication skills and a strong work ethic. I have sound knowledge of computer and photography software skills and I have a sound knowledge of photoshop, my current typing...
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Harikrishnan Premprakash - Freelance Event Photography & Nature Photography
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3.5
2 Skills
$50
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hello, i just moved here to adelaide, looking for work, im dedicated at what i do, and i can assure you im better than many out there, and will charge you very less compared to them, the quality of my work would be excellent.
adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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Idir Lounes - Freelance Language Translation & Arabic Translation
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Abbey - Freelance Book Cover Design & Magazine Design
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Justin Russo - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Art
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JUSTIN RUSSO 23-43 Crescent St., Astoria, NY 11105 • (516) 383-7173 • mrsmithgoes@gmail.com EDUCATION New York University New York, NY Bachelor of Fine Arts magnum *** laude, May 2008 Major: Studio Art, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development Minor: Cinema Studies, Tisch School of the Arts Honors: Dean’s List, December 2004 – May 2008 New York University in Florence Florence, Italy Course work in art and cinema, August 2006 – December 2006 EXPERIENCE ESKart LLC New York, NY Assistant to the curator of major American art collection/ Corporate collection February 2013 - Present Vivian Horan Fine Art New York, NY Gallery Assistant July 2010- February 2013 • Assistance in running of gallery operations • Running of gallery booth within major art fairs • Maintenance and research of artworks KaiKai Kiki, LLC New York, NY Studio Assistant to artist Takashi Murakami July 2008 – December 2009 • Assistance in production of artist’s work • Detailed painting • Preparation of materials Billy Joel Concert Series at Shea Stadium New York, NY Designer July 2008 • Souvenir Brochure Design East River Development Alliance New York, NY Project Coordinator July 2008 • Mural design and execution • Volunteer work in conjunction with Goldman-Sachs and Woodside Community Center Rockman, Inc., New York, NY Assistant to artist Alexis Rockman May 2007 – May 2008 • Assistance in creation and production of artist’s work • Secretarial management • Art Handling • Promotion from internship DVD Fanatic New York, NY Website Coordinator January 2006 – January 2010 • Film reviewer • Page-maker SKILLS Computer Mac OSX; Windows XP; Microsoft Office; Adobe Creative Suite Artistic Current working artist
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Tashana Wade - Freelance Art & Article Writing
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My name is Tashana but I'm mainly known as Shana. I am 17 and I specialize in creative writing, advice, cheerleading, singing, some translation by internet, and some art. I love to do all of these things. I don't mind doing things like this for other people. The only problem is; I can only do my job part-time because I'm still in high school. I would be glad to do any job that is managable and not too weird. I don't mind getting requests for works, I don't charge much at all.
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Hi It's Will the senior art director at Digital Shoguns in North London. We specialize in character modeling and animation. We have some of the biggest clients in the toy and game industry including Lego, Zuru and Hasbro Europe. Being the current vendor of these companies our regular jobs aside from character creation is to bring to life a lot of these brands' characters and products via animation for both television and web /online. Most recently we created and animated for some of the following brands: Mr Monopoly and friends, Game of Life Junior, Scrabble Junior, Lego Club, Lego Atlantis and many more Based on this we feel we are the strongest candidate for your posted job. Please also take a look through our showreel. Speak soon, Will www.digitalshoguns.co.uk https://vimeo.com/153771301 https://vimeo.com/159473864
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Augustin Philipe - Freelance Animation & Journalistic Photography
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NamesTunisia, al-Jumhuriyyah at-Tunisiyyah, is a sovereign republic. Yet the country's proper name has changed radically more than once over the course of millenia. Hence, such a term as "ancient Tunisia" is frankly anachronistic. Nonetheless, "Tunisia" will be used throughout this history for the sake of continuity. Undoubtedly, the most ancient Berbers had various names for their land and settlements here, one early Punic-era Berber name being Massyli.[1][2] After the Phoenicians arrived, their city of Carthage evolved to assume a dominant position over much of the western Mediterranean; this city-state gave its name to the region.[3] Following the Punic Wars, the Romans established here their Province of Africa, taking the then not-widely-known name of Africa from a Berber word for 'the people'.[4][5] The Roman capital was the rebuilt city of Carthage. After the Arab and Muslim conquest, this name continued in use, as the region was called in Arabic Ifriqiya. Its capital was relocated to the newly-built city of Kairouan. The Fatimids later moved the capital of Ifriqiya to Mahdia, a city they founded, but then the Zirids returned it to Kairouan.[6] In the twelfth century the Berber Almohads [al-Muwwahids] conquered the country and began to rule it from Tunis, an ancient but until-then unimportant city, which thus rose to become the capital.[7][8] The whole country then came to be called Tunis after this city (near the ruins of ancient Carthage). Tunis continued as the capital under Turkish rule, and remains so today. Only in the last years of the nineteenth century, under the French protectorate, did the current name Tunisie [in French] or Tunisiyya [in Arabic], (Tunisia in English), come into common use.[9] During these millennia of history under different states, the names for the country changed. They include: Massyli, Carthage, Africa, Ifriqiya, Tunis, Tunisia. [edit] History OutlineIts long history may be very briefly outlined or summarized.[10] Here a reverse chronological order is employed. |8| The two presidential regimes of independent Tunisia have fostered and steered the country's economic development, and navigated the state in the once bipolar now post–Cold War world. Tunisia has retained close ties both to Arab countries and to the West. |7| Earlier the French had incorporated Tunisia into their sphere (1881–1956), preceded by many Italian settlers, merchants and farmers. Modernizing of methods in business and industry was achieved. |6| Before that, Tunisia was under the Ottoman Turks who had seized lasting control in 1574 after a brief Spanish occupation. The Ottomans eventually held Tunisia indirectly, through the Muradid and Husaynid Beys. The Ottoman Empire used the Turkish language; with it arrived a multi-ethnic influx. |5| Prior to the Turkish era, the long medieval period had seen a cultural renaissance under the rule of native Berbers, already Arabized. First the Zirids (973-1160) had ruled as vassals of the Fatimids who had relocated along the Nile; later the Zirids established an independent Ifriqiya, by breaking with the Fatimids. Next the Almohad movement succeeded in uniting the entire Maghrib, including Ifriqiya. Then the local Hafsid dynasty (1227-1574) of Tunis followed, ruling for many centuries during times both prosperous and lean, contested and peaceful. Their lands stretched form Constantine to Tarabulus. |4| The Islamic era had opened with the arrival of the Arabs (late seventh century). The Arabs brought their language and the religion of Islam, and its new calendar.[11] The Arabs also renewed the region's cultural ties with the Semitic east. Later the Fatimids, a Shi'a state, arose in Ifriqiya, circa 909; the Fatimds eventually conquered and ruled Egypt. |3| During the last pre-Islamic centuries the Byzantines ruled, along with Berbrer vassals, and before them the Vandals (439-533). Over two thousand years ago the Romans had arrived, initially allied with Berber kingdoms; their cosmopolitan Empire long governed this Africa region as part of an integrated Mediterranean world. |2| Before the Romans, came the Phoenicians, by sea from the eastern Mediterranean about three thousand years ago. The Phoenicians founded here the celebrated city of Carthage. Punic culture interacted continuously with the native Berbers, but the two did not then merge. |1| Earlier came migrations from surrounding territories including the north, the east, and the Sahel region of Africa. Perhaps eight millennia ago, already there were peoples established here, among whom the proto-Berbers (coming overland generally from the east) mingled and mixed, and from whom the Berbers would spring, during an era of their ethno-genesis.[12][13] [edit] Climate change
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