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Lyn Steuart - Freelance Outdoor Photography & Photography
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Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

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Scott Wilcox - Freelance Song Writing & Jingle Production
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My name is Scott Wilcox, I am a singer/songwriter from Wisconsin. I have been writing music for over 30 years. I play 3 instruments, (piano, drums and guitar) and I have written over 150 songs. Personally, I have produced two full CDs and I am finishing up my 3rd to be released on Thankgiving. I own my own recording studio called Bear Creek Recording in which I produce music for artists as well as create radio ads and jingles for companies on a national, regional, and local scale. I have produced hundreds of radio ads and jingles over the years for many clients all over the U.S. My specialty is songwriting. I have co-written with many artist in various genre. I excel in creating music from notes or ideas. I have co-written work online with musicians from all over the world. I work well with lyricists and have a good ear for what makes a song a hit song. 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Kendrick Price - Freelance Videography & Video Production
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Ming R. Yeung - Freelance Painting & Nature Photography
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Art is a celebration of culture. I fell in love with ‘Free-Style’ Chinese painting when I first started learning it a year before I immigrated to Canada. Then, I decided to continue a three-year correspondence course between 1999 and 2001. Passing on the tradition of Free-Style Chinese painting is my duty. Since 2002, I started promoting my style of art in this multi-cultural country through various art activities. All my paintings have different themes for the picture. The picture is a reflection of artistic style. The act of bringing to life the harmony, versatility, vividness and movements of natural subjects on delicate, thin rice paper are the key elements of my free style approach. Recently, I have created three series of paintings about ‘Tusk and Horn’, ‘Love Nature’, and ‘Lion Dance’. -The ‘Tusk and Horn’ is to honour our majestic giant gentle rhinos and elephants by showcasing our innovative paintings with my art friends and students. The Rhino is an extremely endangered species that continues to be under threat. Poachers are after the rhino's horn, which is used in traditional Asian medicine, though it is reported to have no medicinal value. Rhinos need our help. Only five northern white rhinos left on Earth. They are {{{EXTINCT}}}. -The ‘Love Nature’ series features the simplicity of my work that allows one to look at with ease. Just a few colours and strokes are the main elements for my paintings. - The ‘Lion Dance’ series depict cultural diversity for the Year of the Goat 2015, firecrackers are ignited before lion dance performances. “Plucking the green” (in Chinese ‘Cai Ching’), as you see from the image, is also one of the traditional customs of lion dance. The ‘green’ is actually a lettuce. The lion would have to prove its skill to pluck the green which would be hanging at a high position. One of the unique features of my free style painting is in the concept of negative space. Free Style is based on simplicity. The painting only requires minimal brush strokes without preliminary draft for completion. My work blends together two very different cultures in a way that viewers could experience it simultaneously. The flora and fauna express the creation of symmetry and asymmetry in nature. I just use two unique Chinese bamboo paintbrushes, ink, and four colours: crimson, gamboge, indigo and vermillion. Speed control is an important technique to master while adjusting the smoothness as well as the sharpness of the stroke. Just a few colours and tools are the main essentials for my art. One of my main goals as an artist is to provide the community with a better understanding of the art of Free Style Chinese painting, and to bring in a different perspective of painting to a community as a vibrant and diversified in culture as Canada. Through exhibitions and art activities, I hope that viewers will also gain a deeper understanding of Chinese culture, and to also expand the community’s cultural knowledge and experience of this foreign, though relatively new, style of painting.
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Robin Dahm - Freelance Editing & Manual Writing
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ROBIN B. DAHM, BS, BA, RDN, LDN SUMMARY OF SKILLS Current status: Editor in Chief of *The Spectrum,* the quarterly newsletter of the Healthy Aging Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Available for freelance work as a technical and developmental editor. Numerous complementary skill sets (clinical dietetics, program creation and presentation, technical writing/editing) developed through experience in different markets. Technical writing, technical editing, and communication skills: Experienced writer and presenter with over 13 years of experience as a technical writer, editor of trade journals and trade books, assistant classroom instructor, and public speaker. • Publications created: Wrote, researched, edited, proofread, and fact-checked trade-magazine articles, quick reference cards, user manuals, programming manuals, validation documentation and test scripts, purchase specifications, design specifications, and online help systems. Edited "how to" computer books and technical walk-through guides for software applications. • Products documented: Various types of software and hardware products: pharmaceutical clinical-trial software, voice-over-Internet products (VOIPs), telephone hardware systems, military and public-sector property-management software, and equipment for snack-food production. • Training experience: One-on-one patient and student education, group-lesson development and presentation, creation of audience-appropriate educational handouts. Has trained magazine editors and new-hire dietitians. • Other: Experienced in a variety of software applications, including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, various drawing applications and nutrition applications, and many others. Experienced team manager and supervisor. Has successfully worked as a permanent employee, as a self-employed consultant, and as the sole proprietor of a neuromuscular-therapy practice. Works well individually and as part of a team. Dietetics skills: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist #963784 through the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist, PA #DN004236. Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics since 2004. Experienced at medical nutrition therapy and the Academy’s nutrition care process. Determines comprehensive nutritional assessments and interventions based on laboratory results, dietary restrictions, food preferences, and physical/mental challenges. Counsels patients and their families/caregivers. Determines medical nutritional therapies for LTC, rehabilitation, geriatric, and hospice patients; paying special attention to those at high risk for weight loss, malnutrition, and skin breakdown. Monitors weekly and monthly weights to detect any unplanned significant weight changes. Acts with interdisciplinary teams for weight and care-planning meetings to address unplanned significant weight loss and the needs of high-risk residents. Communicates closely with the kitchen staff as needed to ensure proper individualized dietary modifications. Calculates tube feedings and monitors these patients closely to address potential significant weight changes or dehydration issues. Counsels family-practice and private-practice patients. Addresses MDS assessments on a weekly basis by performing full nutritional assessments, completing Section K and RAP sheets, and participating in care-planning meetings. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ EDUCATION Camden County College, Blackwood, NJ; 5/12–present. Majoring in Deaf Studies, with the intent of becoming a part-time interpreter of American Sign Language. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY; 9/06–5/07. Dietetic internship and three required graduate courses: Food and Nutrition Policies—Cultural, Behavioral, and Social Aspects. Issues, Trends, and Challenges in Nutrition. Fundamentals of Nutrition Policy and Management. Cook College, Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ; 5/06. B.S. Nutritional Sciences, Dietetics option. GPA: 3.4/4.0. Dietetics-curriculum GPA: 3.7/4.0. Kings/Wall $1,000 Scholarship, Eastern Frosted Foods Association, Inc., 6/1/05. Cook $500 Education Assistance Grant Scholarship, 7/5/05. Member of KON national dietetics honor society. Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ; Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ; 1/03–5/04. Nonmatriculated student. All 24 credits applied toward Cook College B.S. degree. Rutgers College, Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ; 5/89. B.A. English. Minor in Computer Science. GPA: 3.1/4.0. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NUTRITION-RELATED EXPERIENCE (2005–PRESENT) Editor in Chief, *The Spectrum,* 3/12–present. Part-time service position. Directs all aspects of this quarterly newsletter of the Healthy Aging Dietetic Practice Group. Manages review teams and editorial assistants. Develops articles with the authors. Copy-edits every piece published in the newsletter. Works in conjunction with the group’s Executive Committee. Nutrition Information Technologist, United States Department of Defense, Defense Supply Center of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. Contractor through Regent Systems Inc., 10/09–1/11. Full-time position. Worked as part of a data-migration team that moved armed-forces recipes into a new software application, for worldwide use. Examined recipe ingredients, production/serving methods, and HACCP steps for accuracy, completeness, and adherence to policies; then entered the recipes into the application. 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Shadowed dietitians with various specialties (pediatrics, ALS, oncology, etc.) and assisted with counseling as needed. • HeartLinks program and WIC community nutrition rotations (5 weeks). Visited public-school vending machines to gather data and prepare statistics. Prepared “Take a Look at Lunch…How Healthy Is Yours?” educational poster displayed at a local high school cafeteria. Created “Updating New York State’s School Food Policy” presentation. • Southampton School District, school-foodservice rotation (3 weeks). Created and presented “Portion Control” to the foodservice workers. Created a poster and age-appropriate survey for Kids’ Choice Day. Diet Clerk, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ. Part-time, 3/05–12/05. Used HealthTouch menu software to take meal selections over the phone and at patients’ bedsides. Delivered meals to patients in their rooms. Created and presented “Renal Disease and Dietary Modifications” to the diet clerks. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ OTHER HEALTHCARE EXPERIENCE Neuromuscular Therapist, Inner Works Massage and Muscle Therapy, Bound Brook, NJ. Part-time, 6/99–7/05. Treated clients with neuromuscular (trigger-point) therapy, Swedish massage, myofascial (deep tissue) techniques, postural analysis, stretching, and Eastern-style treatment. Assessed each client's body mechanics, stressors, and perpetuating factors to eliminate the source of the problem and alleviate/eliminate the symptoms. Determined and taught self-treatments to clients. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PRESENTATION POSITIONS, TEMPORARY AND PART-TIME Guest Presenter, Glen Landing Middle School. 5/11, 5/12. Developed and presented a geology show to the students by combining a PowerPoint-based lecture and hands-on geology exhibits. Interpretation Ranger, National Park Service, Canyonlands National Park, Moab, UT. Temporary, 6/01–11/01. Developed and presented programs to the park visitors about the park’s geology, natural history, and human history. T'ai Chi/Body Mechanics Instructor, Assistant Instructor, Somerset School of Massage Therapy, Somerset, NJ. Part-time, 1/99–12/99. Developed and taught a curriculum that combined Eastern philosophy (yin/yang theory and five-phase theory) with client assessment and therapist body mechanics. Worked in tandem with the classroom lead instructor for teaching: the ten basic human anatomical systems and their physiologies/pathologies, neuromuscular therapy, Swedish massage, stretching, and myofascial (deep tissue) techniques. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TECHNICAL WRITING AND EDITING (1989–2002, 2011–2012) Cengage Learning, Inc., Stamford, CT. Consultant, self-employed; 7/11–5/12. 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Wrote end-user manuals for mainstream products. Marlboro Computer Corp., Edison, NJ. Permanent employee, 8/94–4/95. Wrote user and product installation manuals for military and public-sector property-management software. Managed a team of writers for large projects. Nabisco Foods Group, East Hanover, NJ. Permanent employee, 2/94–7/94. Created online help for equipment-purchase procedures for the package-food and snack-food industry. Edited specifications for food production equipment. Created and maintained an online library for generating new purchase specifications. Progressive Strategies, New York, NY. Self-employed consultant, 1994–96. Edited technical walk-through guides. Worked from home office, around full-time job. Internet World Magazine, Westport, CT. Self-employed consultant, 1994. Edited this monthly computer magazine. Worked from home office, around full-time job. ZD Press Publishing, Emeryville, CA. Self-employed consultant, 1992–93. Edited “how to” computer books. Worked from home office, around full-time job. PC Magazine, New York, NY. Permanent employee, 6/89–1/94. Held the positions of Senior Copy Editor, Copy Editor, Editorial Assistant/Fact Checker, and Proofreader. Wrote, edited, proofread, copy-fit, and fact-checked product reviews. Supervised, trained, and delegated tasks to junior copy editors. Assisted in the creation of product testing scripts. Tested computer products in the on-site labs. Researched companies and products for future stories. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ VOLUNTEER POSITIONS American Red Cross. Blood-services volunteer (volunteer at blood drives, drive the blood to the Philadelphia collection center). Disaster-services volunteer (drive the Emergency Response Vehicle to the location of the disaster). Member, Washington Township Environmental Commission. Assist with the annual Earth Day celebration.
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PM Business Solutions - Freelance Payroll Management & Billing
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Paul Kolatschko - Freelance Animal Illustration & Illustration
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Paul M. Kolatschko . 3353 Dickens Road, Blasdell, NY, 14219 . (716) 228 2524 . pkolatschko@gmail.com Art Portfolio . http://paulkolatschko.daportfolio.com OBJECTIVE ____________________________________________________________________________ To obtain an entry level position to start and build an exciting career dealing with art and to utilize and develop my skills to their full potential in the art world while being part of a successful team helping to build on the organizations success and profitability. PROFILE ______________________________________________________________________________ An enthusiastic and motivated individual who communicates effectively and possess a strong work ethic with a proven track record of working in teams and meeting tight deadlines and critical goals in demanding environments PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ____________________________________________________________ Over 5 years of customer service experience including the handling of and providing solutions to customers where they were having difficulties. Over 2 years experience in graphic design including fine arts, type setting, and printing. . Well Organized . Disciplined . Team Player . Work Under Pressure . Problem Solver . Analytical . Motivated . Proficient with IT systems . Decision Maker EMPLOYMENT HISTORY _________________________________________________________________ American Coradius International (Collections Department) February 10 to March 11 . Worked in a team environment calling customers in relation to their personal financial obligations for various banking organizations including Citi and HSBC. . Evaluated customer’s current financial situations by analyzing customer credit reports and diplomatically liaised with the customer to form a repayment agreement to settle the financial situation. . Handled various personal accounts with attorneys to resolve customer’s financial issues. Flatteries Bar and Grill (Server/Bartender) September 07 – October 10 . Responsible for prompt and notable service to customers. Wegmans (Customer Service Representative) October 02 – September 07 . Responsible to the unit manager for the coordination and the smooth and efficient running of the front end department within the store. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE _______________________________________________________________ . Training and experience with Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design and Flash. . Works efficiently alone or in a team environment. . Completed an internship at a local printing and advertising agency. . Six years overall experience studying Art that led to numerous commissioned projects. EDUCATION ____________________________________________________________________________ . Bachelors in Art (BA) with the focused centre on Visual Communication - Buffalo State College, New York . Bachelors in Arts and Letters (BA) with the focused centre on page layout and design - Buffalo State College, New York (Expected Fall of 2011). . Associates in Applied Science (AAS) 2006 - Erie Community College, New York.
Buffalo, New York, United States