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Polly Rabbits - Freelance Children's Book Illustration, Animal Illustration, Caricature Art, Book Illustration, & Illustration
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My name is Polly Rabbits and I am a graphic designer and illustrator, living in the beautiful, South Island city, Nelson, New Zealand. For the last few years I have been a freelance designer and illustrator, working from home. I have over 25 years experience and have over 30 books published. I have clients in Australia, America and UK, so please dont let where I live have a bearing on...
Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand
Pamela Smith - Freelance Book Design & Print Ad Design
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Art and Advertising Designs with Pamela Smith Qualifications: Proficent at Microsoft Office and Photoshop. 20 years of teaching and presenting visual presentations to students. Formal Qualifications include a Bachelors degree in teaching majoring in art. My tutors included well respected New Zealand artists, Micheal Smithers, Stan Jenkins, Cliff Whiting and Frank Davis. My art can be...
Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand
Vasundhara Singh - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Fashion Illustration
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I’m a graduate of the National Institute of Design (NID) Ahmedabad, India. I have worked and studied Textile design in India. It was during this phase that for the last 4 years I have traveled extensively the length of the country, working with skilled crafts people, promoting their art and interpreting skill in a contemporary fashion. I'm a textile designer by training but over the years I...
Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand
Sharon Jones - Freelance Animal Illustration & Illustration
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Growing up my mother encouraged me to draw and be creative at every opportunity. I was always fascinated by nature and how every living organism was able to live an thrive in their environment. In secondary school Biology was my favourite subject, I loved learning about the processes of evolution and natural selection. I went on to study Zoology and Marine science at the University of Otago,...
Nelson, New Zealand
Holly Caldwell - Freelance Landscape Architecture & CAD
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Tasman, Nelson, New Zealand
Santosh Lama Lopchan - Freelance Blog Writing & Drawing
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Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand
Ma2xt - Freelance Website Design & Logo Design
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hello there, my name is Matt and I'm your graphic designer for your next project
Dovedale, Nelson, New Zealand

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Megan Lobsinger - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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Education: 2013—present Master’s Student (Clinical Mental Health Counseling). Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH. 2006—2010 Doctorate (Poetry & Fiction), Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Degree received August 2010. 2004—2006 Master of Arts, English (Poetry), Ohio University Athens, Ohio. Degree received June 2006. 1999—2003 Bachelor of Arts, English, Northern Illinois University DeKalb, Illinois. Degree received in December 2003. 1997—1999 Student at Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, Illinois. Employment: 2012—2013 Instructor, Asheville Yoga Center, Asheville, North Carolina 2011—2012 Vice President of Marketing and Sales, Pubmission.com Asheville, North Carolina 2010—2011 Manager, Donkey Coffee & Espresso Athens, Ohio 2009—2011 Instructor, Inhale Yoga Studio Athens, Ohio 2004—2010 Graduate Student Instructor Ohio University, Athens, Ohio 2005—2007 Assistant to the Director of Special Programs Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. 2000—2001 Proofreader, Editor Marketing Support Inc., Chicago, Illinois 2001—2002 Copy Desk Chief, Northern Star, DeKalb, Illinois
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Paul Hughes - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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I believe life is generally made up of movie scripts, song lyrics, and the occasional Jerry Springer episode. I retired from the United States Air Force in 1996. I had a very good career and served proudly, and am a big supporter of the military. I lean Conservative, but vote independent, and believe in limited government, individual rights, capitalism and a big military so I have little confidence in the future of our country as we know it if things continue the way they are. I have seen much of the world. Lived in Germany twice for 3 years at a time. Given the choice and the resources, I would live in Germany for part of the year. Having lived there and absorbing the culture, I feel myself drawn back, although it's not practical these days...way too expensive. Saw most of Europe while there. The best part about living out of the country is how much you appreciate what we have and unfortunately, have taken for granted. I have 2 grown kids, one of each, and 6 grandchildren...yes, I got an early start. My son followed in his old man's footsteps and is in the Air Force himself now, currently living with his wife and 2 kids in Hill AFB, Utah. My daughter lives in Byron, GA. I can cook a good meal, wash and iron my own clothes, change the oil, build a deck, scrub a toilet, hem my own pants, make a bed, make an awesome rack of baby back ribs, cook flawless rice, make gravy and bait my own fish hook. I know when to use there vs. their vs. they're, lie vs. lay, sit vs. set, your vs. you're, and whom vs. who.
Brandon, Florida, United States
Richard Reinert - Freelance Proposal Writing & Newsletter Writing
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$100
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Richard Lawrence Reinert A Career Summary 313 - 39 Parliament Street (416) 362-0455 (h) Toronto, Ontario M5A 4R2 rilare@hotmail.com Education PhD., Physical Oceanography, New York University; Dissertation title: The role of shear in oceanic diffusion from a continuous point source. B.A., Physics, University of Buffalo; graduate studies in education at Buffalo State College and Canisius College, Buffalo, NY; completed three years at the U. S. Coast Guard Academy; trained in creative problem-solving (Synectics). Professional recognition Who's Who In America, 2001; 1990 Boston Urban Bankers Community Service Award; 1986 Outstanding Program Host, WUMB-FM; Winner, Gooderham & Worts Neighborhood Photography Contest, Nov., 2003; Distinguished Cadet, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 1956. Scientific Experience Author, “The Island Airport and Water Pollution” (2005), published on the Community Air web site; Research Scientist, Lake Ontario Environmental Laboratory Faculty, SUNY Oswego, NY (1973-74) Conducted field measurements of physical factors affecting the dispersal of thermal effluent from power plants proposed for Lake Ontario, published results; Assistant Professor of Oceanography, Humboldt State College 1968-73, 1975 & 1978 (Program Leader, 1971-73). Revised course offerings, collaborated with physics department to create new degree category, and introduced graduate curriculum. Associate Research Scientist, College of Science and Engineering, New York University, 1966-1968, performed computerized multi-parameter statistical regressive analysis of NYC meteorological & pollutant data to predict air pollution. Assistant Research Scientist, Meteorology & Oceanography, New York University, 1960-66. Conducted field experiments in Long Island Sound and analyzed data to predict surface water contamination; scientific observer on Equilant I aboard U. S. Coast &Geodetic Survey Ship Explorer, first international expedition to the tropical Atlantic. Management & Organizational Development Public Relations Administrator, Mariposa In The Schools, Toronto ON (2003) - Consulted and assisted fundraising, public relations, volunteer recruitment and special events; Executive Producer, Boston Harbor Revival, Boston, MA (1990-1991) - Recruited and organized twenty governmental, environmental and arts organizations to conceptualize and participate in this multicultural environmental arts festival, attended by 3500 people. Supervised a crew of approximately one hundred people, primarily volunteers, including Pete Seeger and the Hudson River Sloop Singers; Management Consultant (1990-1997) - Provided services in fundraising, production of special events, and strategic planning; Director of Management Resources, Massachusetts Cultural Alliance, Boston, MA (1984-1989) - Directed the Organizational Development Project, a client-centered management assistance program for thirty-seven small cultural organizations. Provided technical assistance, supervised two staff, six consultants, and numerous volunteers; Director of Community Arts and Festivals, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA (1982-1984) - Produced the Cambridge River Festival, which attracted 75,000 people to a summer of events. Managed a portfolio of 50 community arts grants and provided technical assistance to grant applicants and other Cambridge arts organizations; founded the Market House Music Hall, a performing arts center in Oswego, NY (1975-1981). Development/Fundraising Director of Development and Public Relations, VIVE, Inc., Buffalo, NY (1996-2001) - Raised $1 Million annually through grants, contributions and government contracts. Increased contributions from individuals and churches from $150,000 in 1997 to $400,000 in 2001; Development Director, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY (1994-95) - Tripled contributed income from individuals, grants and special events. Produced 85th Anniversary Dinner, arranged benefit performance by the Flying Karamazov Brothers with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra sponsored by The Buffalo News; Executive Producer, Boston Harbor Revival, Boston, MA (1990-91) - Raised $110,000 for this environmental festival on Georges Island in Boston Harbor. As Director of Management Resources, Massachusetts Cultural Alliance raised $50,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Fidelity Corp. to develop and publish The Road Map To Success. Sales of the book also generated substantial earned income; Development Director, Revels, Inc., Cambridge, MA (1998-90) - Raised contributed income for this celebration of the winter solstice, having an audience of 18,000 annually. Tripled corporate contributions, doubled foundation grants to total of $300,000, one-third of operating budget. Researched and cultivated income sources; wrote all grant proposals and solicitations, initiated successful corporate underwriting. Communications Author, 2010 online review, http://dcmetrosftp.org./newsletters/NL20100316.html#Seasick of Seasick by Alanna Mitchell Contributing writer, The Toronto Bulletin (2005 – present) Author, “drink in the light” a chap book of original poetry and photography, February 2007; Vive, Inc., (1996-2001) - Wrote, edited, and designed bi-monthly newsletter mailed to 4,000 addresses. Produced special events and greatly improved public relations. Generated significant media coverage in Canada and United States; Host, Circles in the Stream, WUMB-FM, Boston, MA (1985-1989) a weekly one-hour radio program on this National Public Radio affiliate, that featured national and local musicians in a lively performance/interview format. Initiated a monthly live studio audience show, which has since become a major membership benefit; Conceptualized, co-authored, and edited The Road Map To Success (1988), a 200-page book on the development of small non-profit cultural organizations. The work has become a classic; Leading interviewer for the Simmons College Early Adulthood Research Project and UMass/Boston Center for Survey Research; Publicized Market House Music Hall performances (1975 - 1981); Produced and hosted “The Land’s Edge,” a one-hour television documentary about the sea coast of Humboldt County, California, 1972. Volunteer Activities Since residing in Toronto: Buskerfest 2010, Epilepsy Toronto 2010 Marathon, Member, Board of Directors, Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation; Staff (editorial & design) of Vision (the Gooderham & Worts Neighborhood Assn. newsletter); Community Air Steering Committee - active in publicity and technical assistance; University Settlement Recreation Centre fundraising committee, and Music Arts Advisory Committees; volunteer, Distillery Jazz Festival. Prior to Toronto: Facilitator of planning for the Springville Arts Center, Springville NY; Chair, community/corporate relations, VISION For Tomorrow, Buffalo, NY, 1996; Voiced announcements for 1995/96 WBFO-FM and 1994 WNED-AM fundraising drives; Facilitated mission development for Family Preservation Consortium and Project Dandelion, Buffalo, NY, 1995; Organized fundraising event for the Committee to Reelect (Massachusetts State Representative) Patricia Jehlen, 1992; Panelist, 1991 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Awards; President, Folk Arts Network, 1987-93; National Society of Fundraising Executives 1988 Fundraising Day Committee; Member, Advisory Board, StageSource,1986-88; Producer of Cambridge River Festival, Cambridge, MA, 1983 and Winterfaire, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA, January 1983; Acted on behalf of Intervener in hearings on proposed Rochester Gas & Electric, power plants at Sterling (NY), 1976-77. Public Event Production and Publicity Producer/publicist: Mariposa In The Schools Artists Extravaganza, October 2003; World Refugee Day in Buffalo, June 20, 2001; 15th Anniversary of VIVE La Casa, 2000; Three Inca Son concerts @ Canisius College, Central Library of Buffalo & Erie Co. and Community School 53, Buffalo, NY. Oct. 16-18, 1999; 50th Anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, held at Buffalo Federal Detention Center, Batavia, NY, December 12, 1998; VIVE La Casa Open House, December 6, 1997; As founder and director of Compass Concerts, Buffalo, NY (1994-1997), produced thirty concerts of world ethnic music in Western New York, one-half at public schools and colleges. Sponsors included the American Association of Teachers of French, Genesee Community College, SUNY at Buffalo, local public schools, WBFO-FM and WBNY-FM; Produced 85th Anniversary Celebration, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, Sept. 1995 and The Flying Karamazov Brothers with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, to benefit the Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, March 1995; SCRABBLE Souper Bowl, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, Jan. 1995? Produced Folk Arts Network Conference, Cambridge, MA, November 1993; Fundraising Concert for Massachusetts State Representative Pat Jehlen, October 1992; Produced "Hearts Can Be United," Cambridge, MA, October 1990; Produced Revels' Spring Sing, Cambridge, MA, 1989/90 “A Little Night Music,” Cambridge, MA, 1990 and Revels Pub Sing, Cambridge, MA, 1989; Produuced Joe Hickerson Concert (Oberlin College Alumni) Cambridge, MA, 1984; Directed four Railroad Productions concerts in Ithaca and Syracuse, NY, 1978-80; Presented World Premier of "And They Used To Star In Movies, "Skylab Umbrella Days," 1979 and "The Alley Cats," 1976 in Oswego, NY; Produced 400 performances at the Market House Music Hall and Lowlife Caffe, Oswego, NY, 1975-81. Interests Preservation of the natural environment, writing short stories and poetry, photography, sailing, cycling, theatre, cooking, and playing Scrabble©.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada