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Aaron Weber - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
0
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$200
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I am a fiction writer that can also provide journalistic pieces. I can provide pieces that range from personal fiction and journalism articles to national and international fiction and journalism articles.
Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, United States
Rosie MacLeod - Freelance Writing & German Translation
1
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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ROSANNA MACLEOD 18, Hartwell Crescent, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. LU7 1NP. Landline: 01525 79 0273 Mobile: 07 805 531 401 A full-time PhD student who is keen to undertake other projects alongside study that make full use of her knowledge of language and experience of working with the written words as well as her ability to write fluidly and at length. Education and qualifications 2010-2013: PhD in Austrian studies. Researching how Austria responded to the Second World War in its aftermath and how this is manifested in Austrian poetry. For this doctorate, I regularly write at length on the topics I am researching. I have developed a very good knowledge of all the many different movements of modern literature and the landmark figures. I have also gained a good level of knowledge and understanding of modern history. 2010: Completed a medical interpreting course with Pearl Linguistics, London. 2009-10: MA Translation (French and German) University of Bangor. Modules included literary translation. For this degree, I wrote a dissertation of 20,000 words on Austria and the EU. 2004-08: MA Modern Languages (French and German) University of St Andrews. This degree included two English literature modules. For this degree, I wrote a dissertation of 10,000 words on the theme of deception in the nineteenth-century French novel. 2002-04: A levels: English literature- B, French- B, German-B. 2002: GCSEs include French- A*, English Literature-A*, German- B, English-B. Relevant work experience: Writing- wrote articles about literature for publication, payment received. Proofreading- proofread a German guidebook to London of 7,000 words. Subtitling- subtitled a German film. Interpreting- Interviewed German doctors; translated and transcribed resulting interviews so as to compile reports. Translation- To date, I have translated: •German into English: Divorce documents and legal work contracts. •English into French: A museum guidebook. •French into English: Legal property documentation, a property survey, utility bills and an academic text of 7,000 words. •English into French and English into German: extensive guidebook material. Interests: 2008-present: Regular contributor for “Seren”, Bangor University’s student newspaper. 2010-present: Involvement in Bangor Student Radio- I present two shows, I research, write and deliver a weekly news bulletin and am a political researcher for the news team and the Politics Show. 2006-08: Regular contributor for La Manche, St Andrews University French magazine. References: Available upon request. Examples: Here is an example of an article I was paid for writing: Is unforgettable Alice really children’s fiction? With Tim Burton’s latest release, Alice in Wonderland; an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s adventures in Wonderland and through the looking glass, there is bound to be more interest in the children’s fiction classic. But to what extent are Alice’s merry jaunts in a fantasy world really for children? Firstly, our heroine finds more sense in a crazed, erratic and imaginary world than in the mundane reality which bores her to a painful extent and in which she does not really connect with her own sister. Is that really a concept we ought to advertise to young readers? Secondly, the potions and sweets which cause our protagonist to grow and shrink immediately are, to an adult reader, blatant narcotic references. Drug references enveloped in this type of colourful, childlike imagery so often escape the notice of young children (how naïve was I to sing Hey, Mister Tambourine Man in the playground?). Alice’s adventures - and misadventures – are very often littered with social critique and political observations. Many imaginary beings and fantasy creatures personify and represent commonplace people in the real world, sometimes with an uncanny resemblance. The Jabberwock embodies tyranny. The feuding lion and unicorn are representative of the two rival Members of Parliament contemporary to the book’s writing; William Gladstone (leader of the Whig Party) and Benjamin Disraeli (leader of the Tory Party). The former was the source of Queen Victoria’s irritation and the latter the object of her adoration. Moreover, there is the Queen who can order someone’s death at the drop of a mad hatter’s hat. Beheadings are hardly the stuff of fairytales or children’s fiction. However, such violent and tyrannical abuse of power can only ever exist in fiction, of course? Not the case. There is evidence to suggest that Queen Elizabeth the First became very flippant and impulsive with her issuing of execution warrants. I am not suggesting that Alice’s adventures are unsuitable for children. Rather, that Lewis Carroll found it easier to convey his zany Weltanschauung of a surreal so-called normality through the childish fantasy typical of children’s fiction. From his choice, it is evident that the Victorians invented childhood. Not age certificates. This is what makes Alice an unforgettable piece of children’s fiction; in childhood, we naively read about the power-crazed queen, the sweets and potions and the lion and the unicorn, and in adulthood, we can appreciate the more sinister, politicised meanings. Perhaps Alice’s adventures contain more truth than fiction. Lewis Carroll’s lifespan covered a zany reality worthy of fiction. This is why Alice stays with us through life. Moss Green Children’s Books publish for young readers so they do not need a rabbit hole to enjoy fantasy.
London, London, United Kingdom
Sasha Beytler - Freelance Cartooning, Digital Art, Book Illustration, Animal Illustration, & Children's Book Illustration
22
Kudos
5.0
12 Skills
$45
Rate/Hr
Hi there! Thank you for stopping by :) My name is Sasha. I do editorial, book illustration, graphic design, and other forms of illustration work. I’m passionate about the line of work I am in and believe that I was destined for it. I'm always looking for cool new projects and working to build long-term relationships with my clients. I'll be glad to bring all your crazy ideas to life!
Seattle, Washington, United States
Liz - Freelance Book Cover Design & Video Editing
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$20
Rate/Hr
ELIZABETH MILES, EDITOR Technical Skills: • Avid Media Composer 6, Nitrus, Adrenaline, Meridian, Protools • Final Cut Pro / Media 100 / Premiere Pro • Sonic Fusion DVD Authoring • Adobe Photoshop / After Effects / CS6 Suite / CG Operation • Dub room support. Knowledge of BetacamHD/DV/ HD 442/444/ Tapeless formats • EDL / Online Prep - Support / Media Management Qualification: Ability to work in a fast pace environment and make sure deadlines are met. Experience in working with multiple tape decks, XDCam, 7D tapeless workflows. Digitizing, prepping projects, patch bays, media management, string outs, audio sync, multicam setup, compressions, Online prep, Protools sweetening prep, Edl tape layoffs. Experience: RoundAbout Entertainment – Burbank Editor Current Graveyard shift, digitizing Online sessions, media management, Film title, credit, captions language conversions. QC report video repairs and replacements. Mustard Seed Films –Sylmar Editor 2012-2013 Assist as junior editor -import and manage media, string outs, sync sound, color correction building titles, credit roll. Export quicktime to web. Visions In Red – Los Angeles Assist as junior editor – Tapeless workflow, transcode Red Files thru Redcine X, sinc sound, string outs. Media Management. Red Carpet 101 Event – GTV Las Vegas Assistant Editor 2011-2012 Assist on live event, import and manage media, sync sound. Setec Astronomy Assistant Editor Beverly Hills Digitize media, multicam set up, grouping, audio sync, prep for sweetening, consolidation, omf export, layoff to tape. Photoshop, photo editing. Export Quicktimes for website. Planet Grande - Disney Assistant Editor Malibu Digitizing media, tape management, multicam setup, preparation for audio sweetening and online sessions, omf export, video mixdowns. GRB Entertainment Assistant Editor Sherman Oaks Maintain 8 – 10 bays during midday rush and graveyard night shifts. Tech support, media management for up to 10 shows at a time. CG operations, Audio sweetening (protools), Online (grass valley) and dub room support. Patch bay. JCS Entertainment Assistant Editor Santa Monica Graveyard shift, logging, digitizing, media management, multicam setup Bunim & Murray Dubber / Vault Sherman Oaks Label Tapes, data entry on File Maker Pro, dub formats needed. Logging. Education: Video Symphony – Film / Video Professional Training Mission College – Multimedia / Protools / Animation / Maya - 3D Max.
Rosemead, California, United States
Marti van Rooyen - Freelance Language Translation & Proofreading
1
Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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I have been an educator for the past 20 years. I have good communication skills and therefore want to use my abilities to other's advantage. I have a 4 year Higher Education diploma as well as Hon. B.Ed degree specialising in Educational Management. I am currently studying Psychology. I can translate from English to Afrikaans and vice versa. Effective proofreading and spotting grammar and spelling mistakes are both strengths that I need to develop for a better future.
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Chidiegwu Ojukwu - Freelance Comic Art & Graphic Novel Art
0
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$5
Rate/Hr
CHIDIEGWU P. OJUKWU 1215 Major Street. Ottawa, ON. K2C 2S1. 6137120583 chid_ex@hotmail.com SKILLS • COMIC ART • STORYBOARDING • PORTRAIT ART • CHILDREN’S BOOK ILLUSTRATION • MANGA ART • TRADITIONAL DRAWING • DIGITAL ART • PHOTOSHOP SKILLS • ILLUSTRATOR SKILLS HOBBIES • DRAWING • STUDYING COMICS • STUDYING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF DRAWING • PLAYING VIDEO GAMES • WATCHING CARTOONS EDUCATION ALGONQUIN COLLEGE, OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA. • Currently studying Illustration and Concept Art (September 2014-August 2015). ALGONQUIN COLLEGE, OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA. • Acquired the Ontario College Certificate in Introduction to Concept Art (High Honour), August 2014. EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY, FAMAGUSTA, NORTH CYPRUS. • Acquired the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Management Information Systems (High Honour), February 2011. RAHINNA MODEL SECONDARY SCHOOL, ABUJA, NIGERIA. • Acquired The West African Senior School Certificate, 2007. EXPERIENCE NEW LIFE BUSINESS CENTRE, KARU, ABUJA, NIGERIA. • Typist (2011-2013). CANADIAN TIRE CENTRE, OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA. • Dishwasher (2014-Present).
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Tonie Rollins - Freelance Greeting Card Illustration & Document Design
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$25
Rate/Hr
I have been doing my craft for over 26 years, I design Greeting cards handmade done in Italic calligraphy and also I do computer generated cards and wall hangings, I write poetry so I sometimes take my poetry and add to cardstock creating a card, also I am a writer I write books and I convert them to pdf, I tutor in writing business plans, I bind books by the coiling means, I write children books and I volunteer much of my time to teaching children I am a elementary teacher also
westland, Michigan, United States
Solange Marie - Freelance Graphic Novel Art & Comic Art
15
Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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Education Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts in Illustration 2008-2011 Columbia College Chicago Experience “Beautiful Death” short film 2011 Concept Artist Hokin Honors Exhibition 2011 Works exhibited, group show Spring 2011 Columbia Zine Contributed comic page Paula F. Pfeffer Political Cartoon Contest 2011 Honorable Mention Linework Comics and Graphics Anthology Number Two Contributor Work History Medieval Times Cash Control 2006-2008 • Cashiered before shows • Audited registers • Prepared money for deposit Business Cards Tomorrow Customer Service 2005-2006 • Mediated between customer and pre-press • Responsible for own list of customers Skills Digital: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office, Acrobat Pro, PC and Mac operating systems Analog: pencil, pen, ink, watercolor, acrylic, mixed medium, epoxy and sculpey clay, screen printing, book binding, digital photography, fiction writing
Glen Ellyn, Illinois, United States
J. Louis DuQuette - Freelance Comic Art & Icon Design
33
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
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ABOUT ME I am a comic book illustrator, penciling is my medium. I have a strong sense of human anatomy, expression, and movement. I have worked on a variety of projects including fantasy, sci-fi, superhero, and crime noir. I can draw both western-style comics as well as Japanese-style manga. I have also created the icon and logo for a local coffee shop called "the bindlestick", as well as the wine label for the business's house wine. As a comic book artist I also have full confidence in creating storyboards as well as children's or adult's book illustrations. INFLUENCES Frank Miller (sin city) Mike Mignola (hell boy) Eric Powell (the goon) and Jae Lee (S.K.'s the dark tower) My manga influences are: Yoshitaka amano (final fantasy character desin 1-6 & 9) Osamu tezuka (metropolis, astro boy) Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto) Eiichiro Oda (one piece) REFERENCES: I can give you the contact number of the ower of the bindlestick, as well as a few people i have designed brochures for, and of comic book writers I have worked with through email if requested.
Seattle, Washington, United States
Susan kay Johnson - Freelance Sculpting & Painting
5
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$30
Rate/Hr
Susan Kay Johnson DOB: August 13, 1953 in Elgin, Illinois 108 West 5th Street(85705) skjpaint@gmail.com susankayjohnson.com (520) 623-5167 CURRICULUM VITAE • Page 1 Degrees 1984 Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Drawing, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 1977 Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Painting and Drawing, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 1977 Art Education and Art Therapy Degree, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL. 1977-84 Apprenticeship in Modeling, Mold making, and Casting, Eldon Danhausen, 1985-10 classes in welding, wed page design, foundry,print making, clay, glazing, video 1995-2000 Art Research Tours International Studies/ Italy, Spain, Holland, France, Mexico Work Experience/ Teaching: 2007-13 The Drawing Studio/ Adults and Children/ Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture 1986-2004 University Of Arizonia, Tucson, Az. Adjunct, Figure Sculpture 1992-2013 Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ. Instructor, Sculpture I & II, Basic Design, Figure Drawing, and Drawing I&2, Figure Sculpture 1995-2000 Italy Teaching and Research Tours(6 weeks) Drawing, painting, Art History /Pima College 1998-2001 Tucson Parks and Rec., Ceramic Sculpture, Hand Building, and Figure Sculpture 1990-2013 Tucson Museum of Art School, Adult and Children Programs / Tucson, AZ. Instructor, painting, drawing, figure drawing, and sculpture classes. 1976-1985 Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL. Intern, figure modeling. Student teacher, Young Artist’s Studio and Figure Drawing. 1982-83 Studio Four Art Center, Chicago, IL. Full time instructor, sculpture Commissions: 2007-13 Ground Murals Tucson Museum of Art 2004-07 Dumbar Spring Mural Project 2000 Banners for city of Tucson 1997 R. Carlos Nikai, Male Figure 1995-96 TV Production, Legends, Portrait Bust of Richard Anderson . 1994-95 United Artists Productions, Tank Girl: 16’ x 8’ x 8’ sculpture, Landscape Torso. 1994-95 Tucson Unified School District/Independent Citizens’: Relief Sculpture 1994-95 Arizona Opera Company, Wagner’s Four Rings: Leather Armor (52 pieces) 1994 MET Research Corporation - Sculpture. 1992 Tucson Community Cable Corporation, Tucson, AZ - Mural. 1991 Festival & Event Grant, All Souls’ Day Festival, Tucson, AZ 1991 Artist in Residence, Tucson Partnership, Inc., 1992 Posse, motion picture production - Oil Painting. 1992 Arizona Opera Company, Wagner’s The Valkyrie - Leather Armor (21 pieces) 1991 Tucson Partnership Video - Sculptural Signs. 1986-87 Hilton Hotel East, Tucson, AZ - Life Size Figure. 1991 Robin AaBerg - Leather Mask: Beauty’s Beast. 1989-91 Carolyn Susnow - Portrait Bust. Research Work: 1999-2012 Restoration of an old church 1914/ convering to studio and home. 1995-2012 Developing Glazing and Clay Slip Glazing, Pima College and Parks and Rec. and TMA 1995-2000 Research and Study in Italy, Spain, Holland& France ( Paint, Draw, Sculpt, Print) 1990-95 Arizona Opera Company, Tucson, AZ. Leather forming techniques. 1987-90 The American Veteran, the Vietnam Veteran Workshops. Therapy with veterans. 1986 University of Arizona, Optical Sciences Department, Tucson, AZ. Mold development for glass casting. 1983-1989 Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL and the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Rubber mold making and casting techniques. Competitions and Awards: Mural for Tucson Art Market Square/1999 TMA Ed. Courtyard, Finalist, Design Team/ 1999 Golf Course Commission, Finalist, City of Tucson/1997 Tucson/Pima Arts Council, Tucson, AZ. Merit Award/1990 Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, AZ. Best of Show/1990 The James Wilbur Johnson Sculpture Competition, Washington, DC. Best of Show1986 Corcoran School of the Arts, Washington, DC. Sculpture competition/1983 National Sculpture Society Awards, Washington, DC. Finalist/1984 John Gregory Memorial Prize, Washington, DC. Recipient/1985 Charles Hayden Sculpture Competition, Tempe, AZ. Finalist/1994 1995Lucile Wright Sculpture Competition. Art Featured in Video and Cinema: 2008 Arizona Illustrated “ All Souls Processional Parade 1998 Arizona Illustrated; " Studio 113, Works by Susan Kay Johnson, KUAT - PBS 1996 Legends, TV Production/ Fox- Produced by Richard Dean Anderson 1995 Tank Girl, United Artists Productions 1994 Seduced by Evil, TV movie produced by Suzanne Summers 1992 Posse, New Town Productions 1990-2008 All Souls’ Day Processional Festival, Produced by the Tucson Community Cable Corporation 1991 Sculptural Signage: Parts I and II, Produced by Tucson Community Cable Corporation 1991 Revealing Hidden Secrets, Produced by Susan Kay Johnson and Dennis Darling 1991 Fine Art for Fine Causes, Arizona Illustrated, Produced by KUAT Channel 6 (PBS), Tucson, AZ 1990 Miller Homes, Produced by KVOA Channel 4 (NBC), Tucson, AZ 1990 The Shane Eden Show, Tucson Community Cable Corporation, Tucson, AZ 1988 Arizona Illustrated : The Sculptures and Drawings of Susan Kay Johnson, KUAT Channel 6 (PBS), Tucson, AZ 1987 Processes of My Work, Produced by Susan Kay Johnson and Shane Eden for the Hilton Hotel East, Tucson, AZ 1986 Internal Fragmentation, Funded and produced by Susan Kay Johnson 1985 Women in the Arts, Funded by the Milwaukee Museum 1983 From the Vatican to Present day, Funded by Loyola University & Chicago Art Institute Museum Exhibitions: 2010-13 Tucson Sculpture Festival 2011-12 The Art Expresso Cafe 2010-12 The Drawing Studio/ Figure show 2012-13 The Tucson Museum of Art Art Market 2005-08 Dinnerware 2003-13 Opening of Studio 108/ West 5th Street 1994-13 Artist Studio Tours 2003-07 Drawing Studio/ Sculpture Show/ drawing and painting 2002 -4 U. Of A. Faculty Show 2001-3 Temple of Music and Art/ TMA, "Prints, Paintings & Sculpture 1998-2002 Pima College Art Center Gallery, "Prints 1998 Cafe Quebec, "Paintings, One Woman Show 1996-97 Pima College Art Center Gallery, Sculpture 1986- Etherton Gallery 1994-5 Arrington’s Gallery, Tubac, Az. 1993 Temple Of Music and Art 1993 Screening Room, Tucson 1992 Tempe Arts 1992 Sky Harbor Air Port 1991 Museum, University of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff 1991 Congress Street Gallery 1991 Mask, AKA Theater 1991 Tucson Art Expo 1990 Scottdale Wilheim Gallery 1990 Scottsdale Center for the Arts 1986 U.of A. Museum of Art with Judy Dater 1986 U.ofA. Drama Department 1985 Frumkin & Struve Gallery/ Chicago 1985 Dart Gallery/ Chicago 1985 ARC Gallery / Chicago 1984 Chicago Art Institute Museum 1984 Alexis Urba Gallery 1977 The School of the Chicago Art Institute
Tucson, Arizona, United States