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Nicole Paparelli - Freelance Painting & Drawing
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I am 18 years old, a senior in high school living in Grand Ledge Michigan. I plan on attending art school in the fall of 2012, at either College for Creative Studies in Detroit, or Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids. I am mostly interested in the product design related departments, but am especially drawn to furniture design. In the last four years of my artistic development I...
Rochester, New York, United States
Wendi Kerr - Freelance Painting & Mural Painting
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I paint custom murals for private homes, nurseries, gyms, schools, restaurants, Cafes, pool decks etc. I can transform a space into something completely different & bring your walls to life with my paintbrush.
Rochester, New York, United States
Angie O'Steen - Freelance Painting & Art
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My name is Angie O'Steen, I can help you discover North Idaho at it's best!
Rochester, New York, United States
Rachel Farley - Freelance Photography & Painting
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Rochester, New York, United States
Rachel D'Alfonso - Freelance Painting & Portrait Painting
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Rochester, New York, United States

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Anna Faktorovich - Freelance Book Design & Book Cover Design
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I am the Director of the Anaphora Literary Press, www.anaphoraliterary.com, which published 30 book titles in 2011, most of which I designed. I would like to do some freelance/ design editing aside from my press to make some $. I have a Ph.D. in English and 2 1/2 years of full-time college teaching experience. I have around a 24hr turn-around on book-design. Editing takes longer." EDUCATION Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), Indiana, PA Ph.D., Department of English, Literature and Criticism, August 2011; 4.0 GPA Dissertation: The Development of the Rebellion Novel Genre in Nineteenth Century British Literature University of South Carolina (USC), Columbia, SC M.A., Department of Comparative Literature, May 2006 Thesis: Beauty in Modern Fiction and Theory University of Massachusetts (UMass), Amherst, MA B.A., Economics and Eastern European Studies; Political Science, January 2002 Thesis: On the Russian Land TEACHING EXPERIENCE Middle Georgia College, Cochran, GA English Lecturer (Full-Time––Fall Courses: one section of English 2122: British Literature II, 1800-Present and four sections of English 1101: Composition I; Spring Courses: one section of English 2122, two sections of English 1102: Composition II-Writing about Literature, and two sections of English 1101), 2011-2012 Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA English Instructor (Full-time––Fall Courses: two sections of English 101 Writing and two of 010 Grammar; Spring Courses: four sections of English 101), 2010-2011 Cuyahoga County Community College, Cleveland, OH English Instructor (Adjunct––Composition 0980 and 0990, each 6 cr.), 2010 Pennsylvania Highlands Community College, Ebensburg, PA, (814) 262-6440 English Instructor (Adjunct––Composition 110, 3 cr.), 2009-2010 RESEARCH AND EDITING EXPERIENCE Anaphora Literary Press, Cochran, GA Director and Editor-in-Chief, 2009-present Edit, design, format and market creative and critical books. 30 new releases in 2011. Coutts Ingram Distribution. Some books sell 300-400 copies. Member of the Association of American Publishers, Independent Book Publishers Association and the Council of Editors of Learned Journals. Website: www.anaphoraliterary.com Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA Graduate Assistant, Department of English Literature and Criticism, 2009-2010 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC Graduate and Teacher’s Assistant, Classics Department and Language Lab, 2004-2006 Monitored, graded, took attendance at, and taught Classics classes: Medical and Scientific Terminology; Greek Mythology RESEARCH GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS Modern Languages Association, Grant and free MLA Registration for 3 years, MLA Bibliography Fellowship, July 2010-July 2013 Modern Languages Association, Professional Development Grant for presenting at and travel to the MLA Convention, January 2011 Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (EUP) Professional Development Scholarship, Grant for traveling to and doing research for a presentation on “Anti-Revolutionary Terror in British Novels” at the SAMLA Convention, November 2010 Brown University, Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection Fellowship, Summer 2010. Topic: “Portrayal of the American Revolution in Thackeray’s, The Virginians: A Tale of the Last Century” Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Graduate Research Grant, Spring 2009 Topic: “Abolitionist Writings of Antebellum Southern Women” Findings were posted at: http://sites.google.com/site/abolitionistwomen University of Massachusetts, Research Grant, 2001 Research used in Professor Richard Wolff’s 2002, Class Theory and History: Capitalism and Communism in the USSR SERVICE Chair, Moderator, & Secretary, Various Conferences (MLA, SAMLA, SWWC, BWWC), 2005-present, (details in the presentations section) Website Archive Developer, Tikkun Magazine, 2010-2011 Proofread and typeset archived articles, wrote summaries Grant Writer, Beacon Ridge Nursing Home, Indiana, PA, 2009 Wrote a Western Pennsylvania Common Grant $31,955 renovation proposal Obtained two letters of support for the proposal from Pennsylvania Representative Pyle and Representative Reed Nominated to Public Office by the Framingham Town Council in Massachusetts, 2006 Cultural Council Representative START Framingham Partnership Representative Producer and Writer, My Sister the Psychopath, Boston, MA, 2005 37-minute film, shown at the Somerville Theater and at Berkley PUBLICATIONS CRITICAL BOOKS The Rebellion Genre: In Scott, Dickens and Stevenson. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Anticipated publication date: February 2013. Book Production Guide. Cochran: Anaphora Literary Press, 2012. Pennsylvania Literary Journal. Editor of 7 Issues in Volumes I-III. 2009-Present. POETRY BOOKS Improvisational Arguments. www.fomitepress.com. 150pp. Burlington, VT: Fomite Press, August, 2011. Battle for Athens. Under review by publishers. Completion Date: May, 2012. ARTICLES Scholarly Essay: “Teaching Hypertext Archival Research.” Peer English. Pp. 99-119. Leicester, UK: University of Leicester, 2009. Scholarly Essay: “Ideas of Beauty in Tasso and Cervantes.” Arboleda, Carlos, ed. The Impact of Don Quijote (1605-2005) on the Culture of the Modern and Postmodern World. Pp. 160-169. Cali: Cartopel, S.A., 2005. “Book Review: Pickard, Zachariah. Elizabeth Bishop's Poetics of Description.” Studies in the Humanities. 36:1, 57(2). Amazon. Indiana: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, June, 2009. Brief Article: “Post-Convention Strategy.” < http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2011/02/22/anna_faktorovich_on_post_convention_academic_job_strategy>. Inside Higher Ed. 22 February, 2011. Brief Article: “In Brief: The Pennsylvania Literary Journal.” November/ December 2009 Issue. < http://www.dlib.org/dlib/november09/11inbrief.html#faktorovich>. D-Lib Magazine. 16 November, 2009. Introductions and Interviews: 5 Issues of the Pennsylvania Literary Journal. Edinboro: Anaphora Literary Press, 2009-Present. SHORT STORY “The Arrest of Binnie the Tractor (The Godfather).” Midwest Literary Magazine. Big Rapids, MI: Midwest Press, 2010. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS West Virginia Book Festival: Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV, Oct 13-14, 2012. Featured Writer book signing 12-2pm on October 13th. Mt. Sac Writers’ Weekend: Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA, Apr 27-29, 2012. Guest Speaker: “Independent Publishing in a Big-Fish Market.” Poetry readings at Small World Books (Venice Beach) and in Downey. Modern Languages Association Convention, Seattle, CA, January 2012. Presentation Title: “Subversive Usage of the Scottish Language in Scott and Stevenson’s Rebellion Novels” in the Celtic Languages and Literatures Discussion Group panel. Modern Languages Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA, January 2011. Presentation Title: “MLA Bibliography’s Availability to a Larger MLA Audience.” Chaired Panel: “Graduate Students Speak Out about the MLA International Bibliography.” IUP Travel Grant, and other grants. Nominated by the MLA Executive Committee to stand for election for the Discussion Group on Slavic Literatures and Cultures (G041) for a three-year term. Presided over a CELJ “Networking Event.” Led a CELJ “Chat with an Editor” session. Modern Languages Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA, January 2011. Paper Title: “Narrating Experiences: On the Need for Discussion between Mentors and Job Seekers.” Panel: “Now What?: After the MLA Convention.” South Atlantic Modern Languages Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November 2010. Chaired three panels, and presented for the Graduate Student Forum in English: “Politics and Literature.” The three panels are titled: “American Political Literature,” “British Political Literature” and “World Political Perspectives on Literature.” Presented on: “British Political Literature.” IUP Career Development Grant. South Atlantic Modern Languages Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November 2010. Secretary (2010) and Chair (2011). Panel: “Critical Thinking in the Rhetoric/Composition Classroom, Session I.” English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities Conference: A River Runs Through Us: Exploring the Poetics of Place, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, PA, October 2010. Title: “Place in the Common Wealth: Contemporary Poets on Pennsylvania.” In-state IUP Travel Grant. Jimmy Stewart Museum Anniversary Celebration, Indiana, PA, April, 2010. “Introduction and Discussion on the Oscar-Winning comedy, The Philadelphia Story (1940).” South Atlantic Modern Languages Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November, 2009. Title: “Political Journalism and Libel.” Panel: “Non-Fiction Prose: The Rhetoric of Reality.” IUP Graduate Professional Development Grant. South Atlantic Modern Languages Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November, 2009. Title: “Poems.” Panel: “Graduate Poets' Circle.” Secretary for the “Graduate Poets’ Circle” and for the “Graduate Student Forum in English.” English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities Conference, Shippensburg, PA, October 2009. Title: “Hypertext.” Displayed the Pennsylvania Literary Journal on an individual table, alongside with the Book Vendors, for both days of the conference. In-state IUP Travel Grant. Southern Women Writers Conference, Mt. Berry, GA, September 2009. Title: “Antebellum Abolitionist Southern Women Writers.” IUP Travel Grant. Panel Moderator for “The Conjuring South.” Performed an excerpt from my novel, The Achi Revolution at the Open Mic. Texas Tech University Migration Conference: United States Association of Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, Lubbock, TX, April 2009. “Chemical Warfare: Drugs and Disease as Tools of Colonialism and Mass-Poisoning.” IUP Travel Grant. British Women Writers Conference, Lafayette, LA, April 2005. “Marie Correlli’s Mysticism.” USC Travel Grant. Panel Moderator. Don Quixote Conference, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT, April 2005. “Similarities and Differences in Cervantes’s and Tasso’s Literary Theory: The Birth of the Novel.” Conference paper published in the conference journal. USC Travel Grant. TECHNICAL SKILLS Blackboard, MyPEAK, Moodle, Doodle, TurnInIn, WebCT, ADP Portal, PeopleSoft Ektron webmaster (certified by IUP) WordPress, Google Page Creator CPA tax accounting (TurboTax) and order processing Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint (+video, audio), Access, Outlook, Publisher Adobe CS6: InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat Connect, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Bridge Maya 3D animation Final Draft TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS Composition, Technical, Creative and Journalistic Writing Literature Generalist British Literature American Literature Transatlantic Studies Political Literature MEMBERSHIP Association of American Publishers Independent Book Publishers Association Council of Editors of Learned Journals Modern Languages Association South Atlantic Modern Languages Association Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties United States Association of Commonwealth Literatures and Language Studies English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities RECOMMENDERS Professor John Brantingham Mt. San Antonio College 654 Pinecrest Lane Walnut, CA 91789 909-982-2639 jbrantingham@mtsac.edu Dr. Christopher Kuipers English Department Indiana University of Pennsylvania Leonard Hall, Room 110/ 421 North Walk Indiana, PA 15705-1015 724-357-2261 c.kuipers@iup.edu Dr. Signe O. Wegener Department of English University of Georgia 300 Park Hall Athens, GA 30602-6205 706-542-1261 drsigne@earthlink.net
Savannah, Georgia, United States
Dev Ck - Freelance Website Programming & Software Design
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2 Skills
$15
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HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS • Technical expertise in all stages of systems development life cycle, including requirements gathering, designing, developing, testing, debugging, tuning, integration, implementing, and support • Experience with projects and technologies ranging from developing web-based database driven applications to enterprise scale .NET applications • Extensive knowledge in database design and implementation, data warehouse and data mining • Proven on-site client facing experience TECHNICAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE • Languages: C, C++, JavaScript, PHP, Java, ASP.NET, C#.NET,VB.NET • Operating Systems: Windows Family, Linux • Databases: My SQL, Oracle 10g, MS SQL Server 2000, 2005,Netezza PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Yómarí Information Services, Minneapolis, MN February 2011 – Present Software Engineer • Convert project specifications and statements of problems and procedures to Detailed logical flow charts for coding into computer language • Design, code, debug, and test software components and products on Windows and various Unix/Linux platforms • Implement Yómarí product features through entire lifecycle of feature development • Provide input on design specs and actual implementation of functionality • Test, analyze and optimize the implementation • Consult with managerial, engineering, and technical personnel to clarify program intent, identify problems, and suggest changes Mills Fleet Farm (July 2011 – July 2011) Project: RDW On-Order Enhancement Project Description: Enhance Open/On Orders reporting in RDW/OBIEE by creating a new feed such that RDW Stores current item/loc OOs by fiscal month. Role: ETL Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed new requirement • Develop ETL Script Dressbarn (June 2011 – June 2011) Project: RMC Sunset Implementation Project Description: A Netezza RDW Re-Implementation Project in which a few more tables were added in an existing RDW environment to get Associate Productivity, Merchandising and Store Operations, and Store Contests Report through MicroStrategy. Role: ETL Designer Responsibilities: • Analyzed new requirement • Designed ETL Eddie Bauer (May 2011 – May 2011) Project: Oracle Retail Back Office Report Project Description: ORBO reports project using Oracle BI Publisher tool provides the Sales Person Productivity and Contest Tracking reports to Eddie Bauer to track their goals. Role: Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed ORBO data model • Developed report using Oracle BI Publisher Technology: Oracle 11g, Oracle BI Publisher Yómarí Incorporated PVT. Ltd., Nepal November 2008 – February 2011 Software Engineer/Project Coordinator • Designed and developed Yómarí Retail Intelligence Toolkits starting from assessment, information gathering through testing, analyzing and optimizing the implementation • Provided consulting support to achieve account objectives and production success. Services included: YRI Toolkits installation and implementation, enhancement, integration, or audit to meet client business requirements • Performed YRI Toolkits data modeling, application development, technical product assistance and tuning to meet client performance and functional requirements • Performed information systems needs assessment, gathered information and recommended appropriate business systems and IT infrastructure for Yómarí clients • Designed, coded, debugged, and tested software components and products independently in a high-availability, high performance environment • Implemented custom software product features through entire lifecycle of feature development. This included input on design specs, actual implementation of functionality, testing, analyzing and optimizing the implementation • Worked with clients to understand business requirements and wrote technical designs based on these requirements • Contributed to knowledge capital via project documentation and best practice solutions • Mentored other consultants and software engineers • Maintained and grew knowledge of retail industry data warehousing and Business Intelligence functionality and technical skills Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation (MFSC) (December 2010 – February 2011) Project: MFSC Management Information System Project Description: This project facilitated the recording of information, planning, monitoring, analysis and the reporting of MFSC. Role: Project Coordinator Responsibilities: • Analyzed and designed the software system to be developed • Served as the primary project point-of-contact between client and Yómarí Technology: PHP 5, MySQL Ministry of Health and Population (November 2010 – December 2010) Project: Disease Surveillance System (DSS) Project Description: DSS is a web based application, which is used to track avian influenza in poultries and humans. GIS and GPS are used to show the outbreak in different geographical areas. Role: Project Coordinator Responsibilities: • Analyzed and designed the software system, which was developed • Served as the primary project point-of-contact between client and Yómarí Technology: JSP, Spring Framework, Oracle 10g, GIS and GPS technology UNDP (June 2010 – August 2010) Project: UNDP Human Resources Information System Project Description: (HRIS) is a software or online solution for the data entry, data tracking, and data information needs of the Human Resources. It provides management reporting and analysis of all employee information. Role: Project Coordinator Responsibilities: • Analyzed and designed the software system to be developed • Served as the primary project point-of-contact between client and Yómarí • Technology: PHP 5, MySQL National Planning Commission, NPC (May 2010 – November 2010) Project: Project Planning Monitoring and Analysis System Project Description: A central system that provides an ease in collecting data and reports on various program being implemented by the National Planning Commission (NPC). The data can easily be collected from various project/programs being implemented at various districts of Nepal. The information collected is useful for further analysis purposes. Role: Team Leader Responsibilities: • Analyzed the software system to be developed • Defined programming paradigms and designed sound programs • Served as the primary project point-of-contact between client and Yómarí Technology: ASP.net 3.5 and Oracle 10g Bank of Kathmandu (March 2010 – May 2010) Project: Commodity Exchange Module Project Description: Commodity Exchange Module has been integrated with E-Banking System. It basically serves the transaction of money of different Members of Commodity Exchange. The major part of this project is a Bulk Transaction more than 5000 transaction at a time is done per day. Role: Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed the software system to be developed • Defined programming paradigms and designed sound programs • Designed and coded software System Technology: ASP.net 2.0 and Oracle 10g Social Welfare Council, SWC (January 2010 – March 2010) Project: Renovation of NGO/INGO Database System Project Description: It is a web based application, which tracks all the projects and programs currently being carried out by different NGOs with funding from INGOs in Nepal for ease of tracking and analyzing the project. Role: Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed the software system to be developed • Defined programming paradigms and designed sound programs • Designed, coded and analyzed software system Technology: ASP.net 2.0. C# and MS SQL 2000 Bank of Kathmandu (August 2009 – December 2009) Project: Online Remittance System Project Description: Online Remittance Module integrated in E-Banking System. It serves its customers to receive the money from the Nepalese staying in various parts of the world and transferring the amount to their relatives or friends staying here in Nepal. It facilitates the customers in easy, secure and speedy transfer of money Role: Team Leader Responsibilities: • Analyzed and designed the software system to be developed • Communicated with the project team of Bank of Kathmandu to develop a sound program • Coded, tested, and implemented software system • Planned and managed the project Technology: ASP.net 2.0 and Oracle 10g Bank of Kathmandu (June 2009 – August 2009) Project: YINC Gateway Project Description: YINC Gateway is software, which runs as a service in a Windows based environment and helps to communicate with a financial banking system. It converts the XML request to ISO8085 format and vice versa. Queue Management is also done through this software. Role: Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed the software system to be developed • Defined programming paradigms and designed sound programs • Coded, tested and implemented software system The Bank of Kathmandu, Ltd (February 2009 – July 2009) Project: E-Banking Software System Project Description: E-Banking software is an Internet Banking system allowing customers with the privilege such as core, retail and bill payment, trade financing and web based cash management. The software was developed using Asp.NET 2.0 and Oracle 10g RDBMS. Role: Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed the software system to be developed • Defined programming paradigms and designed sound programs • Coded, tested, and implemented software system Technology: Microsoft .net Framework, Oracle Heifer (November 2008 – January 2009) Project: Heifer Investment Plan Project Description: Heifer Investment Plan is a web based application, which helps to plan the investments for Heifer organization. Role: Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed the software system to be developed • Defined programming paradigms and designed sound programs • Coded, tested, and implemented software system Technology: ASP.net 2.0 and MySQL 5.0 Media Gura Pvt Ltd, Nepal January 2008 - July2008 Project: Mass Capital Exchange Web Application (January 2008 – June 2008) Project Description: This Application’s main function is to send commodity trade requests to brokers and track the commodity price fluctuation Role: Developer Responsibilities: • Analyzed the software system to be developed • Defined programming paradigms and designed sound programs • Coded, tested, and implemented software system • Technology used: PHP 5.0 and MySQL 5 National Institute of Information Technology. Nepal July 2007 to December 2008 Instructor Responsibilities: • Prepared lesson plans • Instructed the PHP, C++ and C programming classes EDUCATION Bachelor of Computer Engineering Nepal College of Information Technology (NCIT)
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Brad Harris - Freelance Book Illustration & Drawing
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BRAD HARRIS 875 N Eldridge #233 • Houston, TX 77079 (832) 423-2231 bradharrisartist@gmail.com EDUCATION BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS, Illustration, Minor - Drawing May 2002 Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, GA Proficient in Photoshop and Illustrator PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE MORTON RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KATY ISD, Katy, TX Art Teacher August 2008 – Present • Organized and planned each days lesson • Created lesson plans weekly using Excel and Word • Prepared all materials needed for each lesson • Ordered all art supplies for the whole school while still maintaining budget • Kept inventory on all supplies • Distributed tasks and duties • Prepared written reports for supervisor and principal • Held conferences with parents, students and teachers • Met all required needs of the students and faculty • Assisted with set design for musical productions • Worked timely and efficiently to meet deadlines • Recognized for introducing an innovative source of positive reinforcement. Created the use of “Art Money.” This practice is now being used district wide. SHERIDAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CY-FAIR ISD, Houston, TX August 2004 – August 2008 Art Teacher • Planned and prepared for each days lesson • Using Microsoft Excel and Word, created lesson plans daily • Worked timely and efficiently to meet deadlines. • Held conferences with students, parents and teachers. • Ordered supplies and kept inventory of art supplies FREELANCE, Savannah GA, Houston, TX 1994 – Present Illustrator, Graphic Designer, Painter • Published Illustration of Street Fighter in Gamepro magazine • Published Illustration of Donkey Kong in Gameplayers magazine • Published Illustration in Wizard (comics) magazine • Published Illustration of Earthworm Jim in Electronic Gaming Monthly • Created charcoal and pastel drawings of people’s kids, girlfriends, family, dogs, and cats. • Created graphic logos for several different companies; Texas Shamrock Homes Inc, Fat Sports, Great Southern Music, Larry’s Custom Marine, Sweet Kick Salsa. • Created novelty cartoon illustrations on T-shirts and key chains • Created an illustration of a Jazz scene for The French Quarter restaurant • Created an illustration of Vince Young for Pennisons Sports Pub • Designed the school spirit shirts for Sheridan Elementary School • Created an illustration for Great Southern Music music store • Painted mural on the entry wall of Morton Ranch Elementary • Created and illustrated T-shirts for firefighter/police officer benefit
Houston, Texas, United States
Trevor Ford - Freelance Proofreading & Voiceovers
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Bass narrator voice. Melodic resonance. Past experience Local Theatre Work (Narrator in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying) Local commercial work http://audioboo.fm/Realmensingbass
Prattville, Alabama, United States
John Speros - Freelance Music Composition & Songwriting
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JOHN SPEROS 22 Canary Court · Danville, CA 94526 · (925) 788-6511 john_speros@yahoo.com EDUCATION San Ramon Valley High School graduate, Danville, California 2012 PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE California Berkeley Fraternity Parties with Hooligans Rock Music 2013 Clemintines Restaurant, San Ramon, California with Moon Cats Jazz/Rock Music 2013 ORIGINAL WORKS https://soundcloud.com/john-speros 2013-2014
Pleasant Hill, California, United States