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Skylynart - Freelance Drawing & Painting
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5.0
2 Skills
$15
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To see a detail history of me, my portfolio, and /or other questions please visit my website http://www.skylynart.com from there you can see my Facebook, twitter, YouTube, and other pages to get a better gauge of my artistic abilities.I'm an artist and designer and I love to be creative as I can be. As always thank you for viewing my profile and I hope to hear from you soon.
columbus, Ohio, United States
Ratnamala Deshmukh - Freelance Greeting Card Illustration & Painting
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2.0
2 Skills
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Currently teaching paintings in Art Galleries.
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Kristen smith - Freelance Painting & Art
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4.5
2 Skills
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Columbus, Ohio, United States
Kaiti Deddens - Freelance Logo Design & Painting
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3.0
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Columbus, Ohio, United States

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Joi Williamson - Freelance Song Writing & Jingle Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
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Hello my name is Joi Williamson. I was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina. Growing up in a house hold with out my father, my grandmother made sure that i did not become a victim of the streets. I started going to church a young age and thats when my dream started a long time ago! I was 2 years old on a local Church youth choir! Singing and Leading songs then at the age 8 I entered a school talent show and won! Listening to my favorite Artist Boyz 2 Men they lead me to start writing all types of songs and poems at age 12. Still in the church I formed a group Called Harmony of Praise. Where we preformed at several Local churches and talent shows winning Trophies that are at the church. Later the group fell apart because everyone had there own direction in life and I Became a solo Artist in 1999. All my music is written by me. In 2008 I begain to do several collaborations with a varity of Artist; Big Rome From Big Rome ENT. GSC, Stak G., N-Tro, Taz-Z-Fresh, Zo, Dexel, Nic Caz, BIG B TOP Beats, The General the Jamaican Boy Big Boyz Music,and Many more. Also in 2008 I drop my first Album call Jcdubble Unique which was on sale at Itunes and Amazon.I also drop a mix-tape in 2008 called Go Get It which is in Heavy Rotation in the ABC Community and many more in Columbia. At the end of 2008 and 2009 i begin getting Airplay on several Internet and International Radio Stations. Now for the year of 2010 I am Currently writing new songs for Indie Artist who need them!
Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Perrian LaMothe - Freelance Portuguese Translation & Spanish Translation
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2 Skills
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Profile -I have experience in art, environmental studies, and languages, which have been pursued through formal education, extensive individual travel and research, and self-employment. -Through varied interests and specialties, I have found the ability to adapt to different personalities, countries, and business relationships. I have strong leadership and problem solving skills. -My experience in these areas has also allowed me to communicate with a variety of people in a variety of circumstances; I have strong communication skills and I especially enjoy working in varied environments. Education Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certificate October 2007 Corinth Certification Program, Corinth, Greece BA, Spanish; BA, Environmental Ethics and Policy May 2007 University of Portland, Portland, OR Research Experience -I extensively studied the relationship between genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and the political, economic, and agricultural systems in Latin America. -I evaluated this relationship through communication with a number of Argentine farmers and Agronomic engineers, and lived on a GMO soy farm to conduct research and understand the relationship from the perspective of the individual. -After many trips to Argentina, I used my research to write a thesis in English and Spanish on the subject, and I am currently weighing the possibilities involved in starting a non-profit organization related directly to the GMO problem in Latin America. Work Experience Avail Learning, Kennewick Washington September 2011-Present Spanish Translator and Tutor • Translate all documents and verbal communications with customers • Tutor both children and adults in English, Math, and potentially language skills Starbucks Coffee Company June 2011- November 2011 Barista • Serve hundreds of customers daily, using communication and customer service skills in a fast paced work environment Girl Scouts Office, Richland Washington February 2011-May 2011 Program and Membership Development Coordinator • Worked to promote and register girls in organization • Organized, attended, facilitated Service Unit meetings with hundreds of volunteers in and outside of Tri-Cities area. • Provided trainings for volunteers within my area • Managed over 800 volunteers, while adding new girls and volunteers to Girl Scouts troops in Eastern Washington • Translated materials into Spanish for staff members • Spoke with Spanish-speaking volunteers • Attended and promoted Girl Scouts events Barnes and Noble, Kennewick Washington September 2010-March 2011 Bookseller • Customer service oriented position, spoke with hundreds of people daily while processing transactions • Used Spanish and Portuguese speaking abilities to interact with customers • Sold desired products to customers, while making suggestions of materials that would interest them Interim Office Coordinator, Director for Non-Profit August 2009-January 2010 Volunteer, Richland Washington • Worked to promote and begin new branch of Green Light New Orleans non-profit in Tri-Cities • Volunteered full time to assist Green Light in mission to aid lower income families and support the environment simultaneously • Wrote fundraising materials, created presentations, and networked to access funding for Green Light Artist, Pasco, Washington December 2007-June 2009 Self Employed • Developed portfolio and experience, participating in fairs and auctions, networking, and selling through galleries and to independent buyers around the Pacific Northwest. Translator, Beaverton, OR December 2003-May 2004 Pizza Hut Call Center • Spent time translating in a variety of instances: in the workplace, English teaching courses, and in everyday circumstances. • Spoke with hundreds of people daily, which increased adaptability to different accents and colloquial terms; advanced ability to learn other languages with confidence
Richland, Washington, United States
Khadija Ranger - Freelance Flyer Design & Illustration
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3.0
2 Skills
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My career as a visual artist began in 1984. It was then, while only at the tender age of 12, I exhibited my artwork in a small art gallery in Warren, Ohio along side my father, Joe Willie Smith, a seasoned artist, who encouraged me to create an art piece for the show. I sold my first original work of art entitled, Morning Mist, Acrylic on canvas for a modest $35, to a local news anchorwoman. It was after this first experience that I realized that I would follow in my father’s footsteps and become an artist as well. In my mid- teens I developed a flair for fashion while in my Junior and Senior years in High School. I took up a two-year Fabric & Clothing Constructing, spending hours sewing, constructing clothing using basic to advanced patterns like Simplicity, Butterick and Vogue. My goal was to become a Fashion Designer. I was trained and skilled on commercial grade sewing machines, and sergers. I developed a strong appreciation for colors, and I learned hundreds of textures of fabrics. I would illustrate and even sell detailed art renderings of fashions. Before entering my Senior year my excitement for fashion began to soar. I took a trip to Chicago, Illinois where my cousin, Jacqueline Smith, a seasoned clothing designer worked and lived. She introduced me to the world of High Fashion, coaching me on the do’s and don’ts of the fashion industry, taking me to the hot spots for fabric and notions as well as escorting me to a High End Chicago Fashion Show where I had the opportunity to meet a close designer friend of my cousins. Although my desire to become a clothing designer changed, my passion for art remained the same. Later in my adult life, at around the age of 30, I sought out a close artist friend of my father to critique my artwork; she reviewed my art portfolio and encouraged me to develop a more concrete style. By the age of 34, I had developed a very unique and more concrete style that would set my artwork apart as well as create a signature for my style of art. I began to use bold hues of oranges, reds, blues and yellow throughout all of my artwork followed by contrasting thick bold black lines. In 2006 my second opportunity opened up to display my artwork through and art organization I joined called A.B.E.A. an African American Art Advocacy organization. I was apart of a 17 artist show entitled, The Art of Africa-N-American Artist at the Inova/ Zelazo, Mary L. Nohl Galleries, Peck School of The Arts in Milwaukee, WI, which ran from Feb -to- March, 2006. Later in the Summer, July 29, 2006, was my second opportunity to exhibit and sell my work at The 2006 2ndAnnual Milwaukee Artist Marketplace held at the Milwaukee Art Museum. My artwork was selected and featured on the front advertisement postcard flyer to represent the art organization I was affiliated with, A.B.E.A. My work tends to focus on bold colors, that create and invokes exciting and vibrant feelings that illuminates from each piece. Although I have made many attempts to use colors that are less vibrant, however I always tend to resort back to more bolder and vibrant colors. My current artwork combines advanced sewing techniques where I incorporate decorative edges to create unique and elaborate effect. Influences My influences are first and foremost Creation itself; because within creation are beautiful breathtaking and most intricate patterns, shapes, colors and textures can be found. I love and appreciate the colors, patterns and textures of deep ocean sea creatures, coral reef and sea anemone. I love architecture particularly Art Deco. The artists I most admire are Synthia Saint James, fine artist and art licensor. Kaffe Fassett a Californian artist and textile designer.
Glendale, Arizona, United States
Steve Bryant - Freelance Cartooning & Animation
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4.5
2 Skills
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STEVE BRYANT ventastic@live.ca Qualifications: Self motivated individual looking for full, part time, or internship employment as an animator/concept and story artist. Comprehensive knowledge of both Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Extensive experience and fluency in Adobe software including Photoshop, Flash, and AfterEffects. Excels in collaborative group settings but is dedicated enough to meet deadlines and finish projects even when working alone. Experience Freelance Artist 2007-Present •Illustrator, Animator and Cartoonist for various companies and independent commissioners. Customer Service Representative, Real Canadian Superstore August 2010 – Present Photographer/Cashier, Real Canadian Superstore August 2009 – August 2010 •Created an excellent customer service experience through addressing customer inquiries, booking appointments, assisting with photo selection, fulfilling orders quickly and accurately •Routine duties included having to cook, assemble, and serve food •Janitorial skills required for clean, neat presentation of service area •Cashier duties processing cash, debit cards and credit card transactions •Cleaning, maintaining, and operating the photography equipment •Trained in the electronics department and overnight crew Accomplishments Honors Graduate with a 3.66/4.00 GPA Featured on various artist community websites such as deviantART and Newgrounds Education Traditional Animation Program International Academy of Design and Technology, Toronto ON 2007-2008 •Studies include foundation skills such as life drawing, color theory, graphic and spatial design. •Animation studies cover a wide medium including traditional 2D and Flash, as well as a range of post editing programs such as After Effects and Premiere Bachelor of Applied Arts (Animation) Program Sheridan College, Oakville ON Enrolled for September 2011 •Accepted into the BAAA program at Sheridan College with a 3.32/4.00 portfolio review score
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
Tom Dwyer - Freelance Journalistic Photography & CD Design
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3.5
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Freelance writer for 20 years. Have written for Good Morning America, ABC News Travel, was the Program Director for The Learning Annex in NYC, and was the feature writer for a NJ newspaper for ten years. I have written 5 screenplays, and 2 novels. I have written and produced video projects for hospitals, foundations and music sites.
Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, United States
Manuel Mejia - Freelance Video Editing & Spanish Translation
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5.0
2 Skills
$65
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MANUEL MEJIA slash “Dravidio” +10 years experience AVID AND FINAL CUT PRO VIDEO EDITOR Showreel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fb08tukMD8k0413451771 manimejia@gmail.com MISSION STATEMENT Whether is a documentary, a TV Show, a corporate video or a commercial, my job is to communicate a message through audiovisual means in the most effective and entertaining way. VIDEO EDITING MOTTO Edit to Inspire VIDEO EDITING TRUTHS -Editing should be seamless to the eye. -There is a reason for every edit. -Nothing alleviates better and at the same time keeps a story alive than a change in tempo. -An editor is a musician at heart. -Got to be efficient without being careless. -Expect the unexpected: specially with your clients and work schedules. -It´s an amazing race: you must beat the clock whilst keeping your cool. -More universal knowledge: better editor. -Don´t crack under pressure: thrive in it´s environment. At the end, it all comes down to the editor. Better hand it to someone who knows. Manuel Mejia/Dravidio SELECTED WORK HISTORY Editing as a career passion 1998-2010 Co-founder of Pimenton Films, with Alejandro Antoni, Vice President of on-air promotions HBO Latin America, a video production company based in Caracas, Venezuela. 2009-2010 Created, produced and was in charge of the offline and, online editing as well as the mastering of a 13 chapters of a 30 minute video magazine about scientific breakthroughs in Venezuela called “Ciencia Contigo” (Science with You) 2008-2009 Edited multiple corporate videos for Ford, British American Tabacco, Pfizer and Procter & Gamble 2008-2009 Edited a 6 chapter documentary of one hour each about the influence and heritage of the different community of immigrants that arrived in Venezuela after the Second World War called “Testimonio de Inmigrantes” (Immigrant Testimonies). The communities were the Spanish, Italians, Argentinians, Germans, Chileans and the Portuguese. It was for a private foundation called Fondo de Cultura Economica that promotes cultural values. 2008-2009 Edited a 30 minute documentary for the Brazilian Transnational Odebrecht, the company responsible for building the new lines in the Metro System of Caracas, Venezuela, as well as various buildings and bridges across the country. 2008 Motorola hired Pimenton Films to produce a commercial of their latest model in San Francisco, California, for the Venezuelan market. 2007-2008 Senior editor in Charge of 26 chapters of a 30 min TV program about sports celebrities and fashion in sports called “Set” and that was aired in the Venezuelan Sports Channel called Meridiano TV. 2007 Senior Editor in Charge of 26 chapters of a 30 min TV program about pop and urban music culture in Caracas called “Sonoclips” and that was aired on the Venezuelan local network RCTV. 2007 Pimenton Films was commissioned by the Venezuelan Government to produce and edit nine promotional videos for the soccer Americas Cup 2007 held in Venezuela. 2006-2008 Responsible for the offline and online editing as well as the mastering of 52 chapters of a renown chef in Latin America, Sumito Esteves, called “Sumo Placer” for Gourmet Channel , a cable network based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2006 Edited a 21 min documentary of Carlos Coste, the then Guinness World Record holder in freediving and his quest for another world record called “Reto en el Abismo” (Challenge in the Abysm) in the speciality of No Limits, to a depth of 146 metres. 2006 Edited 13 micros of 2 minutes called “Volando el Sur “(Flying the South) that consisted in the journey of an extreme pilot in an ultralight aircraft all the way around the border of the continent of South America. It was shown on Discovery Channel Latin America. 2005 Edited a 5 minute art video that was shown on the Venezuelan Pavilion in the World 2005 Expo in Aichi, Japan, called “Natures Wisdom”. 2005 Edited “Donde la Tierra se Parte” (Where the Earth Cracks), a 46 min documentary commissioned by UNDP (United Nations Developing Program). It captured the extreme habitat and way of living of the indigenous people in the Delta of the Orinoco river in Venezuela. 2004-2009 Pimenton Films contributed with UNICEF on the production and editing of multiple one minute micros in their quest for the public awareness of child abuse, as well as campaigns to raise money for the homeless and physically impaired children. 2004 Pimenton Films produced a campaign of six promotional videos for HBO Latin America. 2003-2005 Responsible for the off-line and online editing as well as the mastering of 52 chapters of “Discovery Connection” for Discovery Channel, Miami, Florida, that was aired once a week during two years in row for all of Latin America, including a Portuguese version for the Brazilian market. It was a one hour scientific TV program that showed a variety of ingenious scientific researches all across North and South America. Some segments where produced in USA, Canada and Pimenton Film was responsible for producing the segments all over Latin America, for which we subcontracted other production houses in Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador and Argentina. I was in charge of a team of four editors. 2002-2003 Created, wrote, produced and edited a video documentary of the Venezuelan living baseball legend Omar Vizquel, called “Catch his Magic” . It also had an instructional section that showed how to play the game. It was sold in USA as a DVD. 2000-2002 Pimenton Films created, wrote and produced a critically acclaimed 13 chapter documentary TV series called “Destinos Musicales” (Musical Destinations). We travelled to various regions of Venezuela to capture it´s musical diverseness and charismatic characters. It had many reruns in local and panregional networks across Latin America. 1996-1998 Translator and film sub-titler English/Spanish for HBO Latinamerica, Caracas, Venezuela. 1992- 1996 Student in Literature in the Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV), Caracas, Venezuela.
Perth, Western Australia, Australia