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Scott Coleman - Freelance Article Writing & News Photography
6
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5.0
2 Skills
$35
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Freelance writer, reporter and photographer. More than 20 years experience with all types of writing including published news stories, features, and news photography. Note: Rates listed here are for freelance writing and editing with accompanying photography. To hire me for photography, please contact me through my website.
Austin, Texas, United States

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Diego Syz - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Journalistic Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$14
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I am a former journalist who has reported and worked in over 20 towns, cities and communities in Western Canada. In addition, I have creative writing experience extending to writing essays, business proposals, poetry, short stories and plays. I am seeking an outlet for my creative writing ability and an avenue I can generate interest in my writing and communication skills to advance my career as a professional writer.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Ashlee Evans - Freelance Photo Editing & Creative Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a passionate, talented young writer with a critical eye for detail, as well as a gripping writing style. I have had a love for both photography and writing for most of my life, and have finally begun turning those passions into career-makers. I am currently a college student with a certificate in freelance writing, an AA in university studies and a BA in English in the works. I have experience in article, book and blog writing, photo editing and proofreading. I believe there is nothing quite like the effects of the written word, and my dream is to share my addiction with the world.
Sacramento, California, United States
Alan Lawrence - Freelance Art & Graphic Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$80
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Alan Lawrence Illustration - Background & Experience Alan did a fine art course after leaving secondary school. However, he soon decided that teaching art was not for him. He did his practical training in a top London advertising agency where he was taught to produce slick visuals, story boards and finished illustration. Alan has had a long and varied career as a freelance illustrator. Starting in London in the mid 1980s. He was taken on by one of London's finest art agents, 'Ian Fleming and Associates.' When he decided to emigrate to Australia, he was represented by the Sydney art agent, 'Merilake.' Alan was also employed as a freelance story board artist for major TV and Movie productions. He worked closely with the movie director, 'Carl Schultz' on his boots and saddles comedy, 'Bulls Eye' and on the Australian mini series, 'Cyclone Tracy.' If you would like to see Alan's portfolio of original work, please do not hesitate to contact him. E-mail: goodguy@dodo.com.au On-Line Portfolio: http://on-line-stories.com/art.html Regards, Alan Lawrence
New South Wales, Australia
King - Freelance Article Writing & Report Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
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Give me a topic and I can write about it...short stories and essays all the way up to research papers. I can proofread and edit for you or get it done myself. I've been writting all my life..took advanced placement writting classes in HS and I study english in college. Personally I'm working on getting a few of my articles published. Writting is my passion-so let's get to work!
United States
Regina Robards - Freelance Mailing List Development & Admin Support
0
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$20
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I am a professional who has the ability to work remotely with little to no supervision. I apply 100% to every task, and treat each task I am assigned with high importance. I have over 15 years of experience in customer service and office clerical; working with Microsoft, Excel, Asana, Salesforce IQ, NetSuite, QuickBooks, Desk.com, SAP, Dropbox, Zoom, Ring Central, Mailchimp, Abode, Slack, Checkr, Workforce, Gusto, GQueues, Highrise, Constant Contact, Google Sheets, and Google Docs.
Havana, Illinois, United States
John Skinner, Jr. - Freelance Fiction Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
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I am the father of three daughters--and they're amazing (just ask me). My oldest daughter is in South Korea teaching English; my middle daughter is spending a semester in France as she studies world politics, and my youngest daughter, a flutist, attends a private high school and aspires to be a writer, herself. What does this have to do with me? Only that I brag about them at any given point in time. I have a black belt in karate and ju-jitsu, and am a photographer. Writing, a passion I have had since I could hold a crayon, is about communicating in a way that holds your readers' attention. To do this, I write with an edginess combined with a small amount of humor. It's all about having your reader walk away a little differently than he/she arrived. That's what I try and do.
Bangor, Maine, United States
Alexander Nanitchkov - Freelance Fantasy Art, Drawing, Painting, Portrait Painting, & Book Illustration
2261
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5.0
12 Skills
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Hi, if you want to commission me, please feel free to contact me via email - artofinca AT gmail DOT com Please provide detailed information about your commission along with, examples, references, deadline and budget. Thanks! about me: My name is Alexander Nanitchkov and I have been painting for almost two decades though I started doing it professionally in the last 8 years. I favored acrylic paints on canvas but in the last five years, I am steadily turning towards the digital medium. I like exploring conceptual environments and character design, with an emphasis on composition, mood and atmosphere. I am attracted by the truth in art and the fact that truth is not a choice of context. It is the whole truth and not a stylized version, trading reality for an elaborate but shallow way of saying too little. That or the shiny and polished, idealized version of the truth waxed to the point it starts dripping. I shy from such obscuring stilization, avoid polish, strive to find realism even where it is non existent and always tend to leave bit of a smudged (un)finish with an original focal point. I hope you enjoy your stay!
Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria
Stephanie Cruz-Kiger - Freelance Bookkeeping & Payroll Management
0
Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
$18
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I provide outsourced Payroll and human resource solutions to small and medium-sized companies. Traditionally, I manage HR functions such as payroll, tax compliance, employee benefits, workers' compensation. I am experienced inl handling the HR administration so you can focus on improving their productivity and profitability for your company. Services I provide: Human Resource Management New Hire Reporting Personnel File Maintenance Unemployment Claim Management Employee Application Forms Employee Benefits Payroll Services Payroll Check Processing Payroll Reports Online Processing I-9 Management Wage Garnashments Direct Deposit Processing Vacation Tracking and Reporting Federal, State, Local Tax Deposits W-2 Preparations and Distribution Unemployment Tax Deposits Bookkeeping Services
Lansing, Michigan, United States
Paul Waters - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
1
Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
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Personal synopsis: I was born in Scotland (June 8, 1947), emigrated to Canada in 1953, and grew up in Cape Breton; I attended high school in Sept-Îles, Que., and university at St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish, N.S. I have worked full time as a journalist in both print and television since 1965. I’m married (1971) and my wife and I have six children. Skills: I’m a good writer, a fastidious grammarian and a darned fine editor (straightening out tortured prose a specialty). I manage people reasonably well, usually in a collegial style but I can lower the hammer when it’s absolutely necessary. I’m also adept at assembling pages using Quark Express and Quark Copydesk and I have recently learned to do the same thing on Saxotech.. I speak serviceable French. Career history: March-June, 2011: I spent just over three months working in Doha as a script editor and writing coach for Al Jazeera English. 2003-2011 – Editorial writer and letters editor, Montreal Gazette: As a member of the editorial board – often referred to by envious colleagues as the “ivory tower” or the “chess club” – I help through debate and study to develop the newspaper’s position on any number of issues, ranging from the war in Afghanistan and the election in Zimbabwe to the performance of the city’s police department in dealing with hockey-playoff riots. I also play an active role in selecting and editing stories for our Opinion page and letters for the ever-popular Letters to the Editor. I was one of three finalists for the 2010 National Newspaper Award (Canada’s Pulitzers) for editorial writing. 1990-2003 – Travel editor, Montreal Gazette: For 12 years I was the envy of my peers, travelling the world on The Gazette’s dime to places as varied as Yukon and Jordan. Many friends and colleagues still wonder why I abandoned such a dream gig, and I sometimes wonder myself. It wasn’t all beer and skittles, though. I produced a weekly section, managed a stable of sometimes unruly freelancers, worried about an ever-tightening budget, and wrote a weekly – and I’m pleased to say – well-read column. I also introduced a number of innovations – a “follow the readers” column, a best-deals feature, a weekend getaway column, etc. – all while reducing the budget by 30 per cent and increasing readership. 1982-1990 – Assignment editor, Montreal Gazette: As a front-line manager of a newsroom of about 30 reporters and feature writers, I organized day-to-day coverage of everything from bank robberies to health-care failures. I also oversaw the two-person legislative bureau in Quebec City. My particular strengths were developing offbeat and overlooked stories and organizing on-the-fly extensive coverage of such major disasters as the Air India bombing of 1985. 1978-1982 – Producer and executive producer, TV news, CBC-British Columbia: I was sent to Vancouver to help unify a warring newsroom and transform the limping and barely-watched suppertime news and public-affairs hour into a modern integrated information program. It was a hard time – dealing with five mutually antagonistic unions, a cumbersome management system, and a market-dominating competitor – but by and large we succeeded, increasing market share with an award-winning program and a minimal amount of blood on the floor. I also produced several stand-alone public-affairs programs on subjects as diverse as incest and phony bankruptcies. 1974-1978 – Writer, editor and producer, CBC national TV news: I worked with such luminaries as Lloyd Robertson, Peter Kent and Peter Mansbridge on The National –at the time the CBC’s premier nightly newscast. I began as a writer on the desk, putting words in Lloyd Robertson’s mouth, and worked my way up to lineup editor. I also did some field producing, most memorably being sent to Montreal in 1976 to oversee the team covering the Parti Québécois’s first election victory under René Lévesque. In my final year in Toronto I was named producer of The National with overall responsibility for day-today operations. 1968-1974 – Reporter and writer, Montreal Gazette: I began covering court and became something of an expert on the criminal organizations that operated Montreal’s gambling and ************ rackets at the time. I went on to become a general-assignment reporter and feature writer, covering among other things, the police strike of 1969, the Parti Québécois’s first election campaign of 1970 and the subsequent FLQ crisis that October, the inquiry into organized crime of 1972, and the expropriation of farmlands for the no defunct Mirabel Airport, the mistreatment of children in custodial care, etc. I spent my last year as the legislative correspondent in Quebec City. 1965-1968 – Reporter and editor, Sherbrooke Daily Record: For decades this little newspaper in Quebec’s Eastern Townships was the closest thing Quebec had to a journalism school. It was here I honed my skills as a writer and reporter, covering fires and robberies, doing police checks, writing features, reporting on municipal politics, etc. I was promoted to news editor, the No. 2 position in the newsroom, at the age of 20 and helped in the transition from hot lead to offset. In my last eight months I served as acting editor in chief – the youngest newsroom manager in the country. .
Montreal, Quebec, Canada