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Tom Gomez - Freelance Magazine Design & Photo Editing
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I am a professional photographer and magazine editor, with a passion for high performance cars, trucks, and bikes. I have been a contributing editor/photographer for such magazines as STREET TRUCKS, LOWRIDER, MAXIMUM DRIVE, SPORT TRUCK and others. I'm also a creative cartoon caption writer. I'm interested in collaborating with any cartoonist to create innovative independant cartoons or...
Moreno Valley, California, United States
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Moreno Valley, California, United States

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Paul Sterry - Freelance Illustration & Graphic Design
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I am a freelance Illustrator and Designer with over 10 years experience. I enjoy working in a range of styles, allowing me to work on a wide variety of projects. I believe treating every brief as unique, with its own stylistic and functional requirements is key to its success. If you like what you see, I'm always open to enquiries and questions, so please don't hesitate to get in touch. You can view my illustration work here - https://paulsterry.squarespace.com Thanks, Paul
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Sagan Tucker - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & Graphic Design
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Over 7 years as a freelance Graphic Designer and Concept Artist in the entertainment industry Meets deadlines and offers multiple revisions 2D Software such as Photoshop and Illustrator 3D Software such as 3DS Max, Zbrush, Blender 3D Programming languages including Python, C#, C++, Lua Web programming including PHP, HTML, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails Fluent in verbal and written English
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Karen Bagwell - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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I've been working as a published professional editor, writer, and proofreader for more than 10 years. I'm experienced with web and print business documents and plans, non-fiction and fiction books, legal materials, and financial/investment resources.
Jupiter, Florida, United States
Steven Spenecer - Freelance Real Life Painting & Portrait Painting
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Steven V Spencer 19 Catbird Court Mattapan, MA. 02126 617-898-8840 Spencer.steven14@gmail.com Objective With a Bachelors of Fine Art and a certified Massachusetts Visual Arts teaching license Pre K -12, I plan to teach all students with no student left behind. Furthermore, I plan to encourage and enhance student academic excellence, and creativity, while achieving the Massachusetts Framework Standards. Professional Achievements Trenton Psychiatric Hospital Trenton, New jersey * Employed three years as a “Recreation Therapy Assistant” ” to work with the state of New Jersey’s most dangerous adolescent inmates. * Responsible for implementing recreational activities for 50-60 inmates in lock-up and in an off campus facility. * Worked one on one assignments with highly dangerous adolescent inmates. The Bancroft School Haddonfield, New Jersey * Employed three years as a “Therapy Program Assistant” to assist mentally and physically challenged clients ages 10-70. * Successfully taught daily living skills to mentally challenged clients. . Skills and Certification * Experienced in assessing and documenting daily incidents, injuries, behaviors, and progress. * Skilled in developing and supervising a structured daily living plan for residential clients. * Proficient in creating innovative and challenging lesson plans. * Experienced in implementing individual educational treatment plans. * Capable of effective verbal and written communication. * Proficient with Microsoft Word, Power Point, Photo Shop, Pages, and Excel. * Mastery of painting in all medium, Drawing, and 3D art. * Skilled and proficient in classroom management. * Holds a Massachusetts Visual Arts License Pre K – 12. Work History Perkins Elementary Boston, MA presently Art Teacher grades K through 5 *Creating and implementing a visual art curriculum * Developing innovative lesson plans *Teaching students the elements of art February Acceleration Academy Enrichment Teacher Art Teacher grades 3 through 5 *Created a challenging lesson to enrich student artistic abilities *Taught students how to make clay models * Created a display of students final work Massachusetts College of Art and Design Boston, MA 2012 Teacher’s Assistant *Assist students with various painting techniques. *Assist teacher with administrative work. *Assembled staff to critique student’s work at courses end. Jeremiah Burke High School Boston, MA 2012 Student Teaching Internship grades 9 through 12 *Created unit lesson plans, assessments and rubrics. *Taught Painting, Drawing, and 3D Art. *Displayed student work in the community Massachusetts College of Art and Design Boston, MA 2011 Student Practical grades 9 through 12 *Taught Abstract painting with applied studio habits. Engleston Massachusetts Y.M.C.A Dorchester, MA 2011 Art and Culture Instructor *Taught painting to preschool students and their parents *Responsible for displaying final art exhibition Education Massachusetts College of Art and Design Bachelors Degree of Fine Art majored in Art Education/Painting / 2012 Lesley University Enrolled as a graduate student majoring in Elementary 1-6 with moderate disabilities Pre K-8 / 2013 References available upon request
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Joseph Norris - Freelance Book Illustration & Cartooning
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Joseph was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. As a kid, he grew up reading DC Comics, specifically Batman and Superman. His passion for comics followed him into his adolescence and led to Joe and his friend, Jazz Thomas, to creating his high school’s first artistic publication featuring drawings from Joe and his fellow students. Though predominantly self-taught, Joe gained experience through his work with his school’s publication and his commission work. He would later further his studies via a night course at SVA (School of Visual Arts) under the tutelage of Sal Amendola
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Rush Witt - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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I am a pastor, blogger, doctoral student, and freelance writer. I have written hundreds of posts, items, and articles for personal ministry at mynameisrush.com, The Biblical Counseling Coalition, The North American Church Planting Foundation, children and adult readers, and Focus on the Family. I am open to all freelance writing jobs.
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Robert Gildow - Freelance Grant Writing & Accounting
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RESUME ROBERT T. GILDOW 2618 SUNSET BLVD. STEUBENVILLE, OHIO 43952 PHONE (Cell): 740-424-2193 ______________________________________________________________________________ Experience: 2005-2011 HUD Consultant for ESA Park Apartments, a 176 unit affordable housing project in Youngstown, Ohio. Train and update management employees on HUD policies and procedures, wrote Management Plan, Tenant Selection Plan, Affirmative Housing Marketing Plan. 2010-2011 Urban Mission, Inc. – Administered an Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program grant. Advertised and selected clients to comply with grant requirements for families who were delinquent with mortgage payments, and requested an amount of financial assistance. 1998 to 2006 President, Chief Executive Officer, Excel Property Management, Inc., Real Estate Management, Development, Consulting, Dept of HUD Multi-family, Section 8, HUD 202 Elderly, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Conventional and Commercial Property. 1993 to 2010 Jefferson County Community Action Council - Comprehensive Housing Counselor, Housing Development Specialist,. Housing Counselor, Grants Writer, Housing Developer, Administrator of multi-million dollar housing programs, Developer and Construction Supervisor of 30 unit HUD Moderate Rehabilitation Single-Room Occupancy for Homeless Adults SRO Project, Designed Housing Counselor Program. Past Director of HUD Supportive Housing and Shelter Plus Care Programs and staff, providing rental assistance, start-up items, case-management to homeless families and individuals. 1990 thru 1994 Insignia Management Group, South Carolina, and Georgetown, Delaware. Regional Property Manager for Delaware, Maryland, Philadelphia. Managed 25 properties, over 850 units consisting of HUD Section 8, 202, FmHA, and Conventional. Assisted in development of new Multi-Family Low Income Housing Tax Credit Developments. 1985 thru 1989 U.S. Shelter Corporation, Greenville, S.C. District Property Manager for Ohio, West Virginia, Western Maryland, Western New York, Pennsylvania. Operated 15 multi-family apartment communities, 600 units. 1982 thru 1985 The Bernstein Group, Inc., Columbus, Ohio. Director of Operations. Managed Commercial property in Columbus, and FmHa/HUD properties in Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Indiana, Illinois, New York, Kentucky, and others. Supervised operations of over 1,100 apartment units. Assisted in development of the rehabilitation of old building into new commercial office space, and building new FmHa Multi-Family Housing Properties. Responsibilities: 1) Comprehensive Housing Counseling includes teaching Homebuyers, Homeowners, and Renters courses such as Pre-Purchase/Homebuying, Resolving or Providing Solutions for Preventing Mortgage Delinquency or Defaults, Post-Purchase including Routine, Preventative and Long-term Maintenance, Home Equity Conversion Mortgages for Elderly, improving Mortgage Terms such as Loan Modifications, and Home Improvements, Credit Counseling, Locating, Securing, and Maintaining Residence in Rental Housing. 2) Organize and implement capital improvement programs such as: a) Retro-fit buildings for compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. 3) Installed new vinyl siding, roofs, and gutters on entire complexes. 4) Replaced, repaired, designed sidewalks, curbs, parking islands, drainage systems. 5) Designed and constructed landscaping. 6) Orchestrated complete rehabilitation of distressed buildings, including painting, carpeting, electrical, and plumbing replacements. 7) Obtained all estimates, awarded contracts, and performed Apunch-lists@. 8) Perform HUD H.Q.S. Inspections. 3) Assisted with construction of new buildings, securing contractors, site selection, meeting with city councils and county commissioners, re-zoning matters, addressed E.P.A. concerns, performed punch lists, and initiated rent-up procedures to achieve full occupancy. Secured all insurance for properties. 4) Performed physical inspections of property exteriors on a regular basis. Inspected inside of all apartments every 90 days with property managers and maintenance personnel. 5) Interview, hire, and train all management and maintenance personnel. Managed all personnel matters, including employee disciplinary actions, terminations, worker=s compensation insurance concerns. 6) Instructor for training seminars with all staff members on quarterly basis concerning: a.) Attitude towards residents and projecting a positive, professional image. b.) Environmental issues such as the Clean Air Act and Freon Recovery Act. c.) Fair Housing Practices and Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Plans. d.) Americans With Disabilities Compliance. e.) O.S.H.A. Material Safety Data Regulations, and Chemical Labeling requirements. f.) HUD Resident Intake Procedures, including income and allowance verifications, building and apartment inspections.. 7) Communicate with all Owners, including general and limited partners, and contractors. 8) Process all Conventional, Farmers Home (now Rural Development) and HUD paperwork for each district and/or state office, including annual and special rent increases. 9) Draft Business Plans, Property Management Plans, Management Agreements, Marketing Plans, Leases, House Rules. Provided input on property designs. 10) Resolve resident disputes, including law suits involving legal aid. ______________________________________________________________________________ Significant Grants Written and Funded: 1) Ohio Department of Development=s Non-Profit Housing Development Funding System............................................................................................$515,000 2) Home Investments Partnership Program (HOME) Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO)..............................................................$ 75,000 3) U.S. Department of H.U.D. Section 8 Moderate Rehab for S.R.O. Rent subsidy.......................................................................................... ........$835,000 4) Ohio Department of Mental Health Capital Grant.........................................$425,000 5) Ohio Community Development Finance Fund Linked Deposit....................$113,000 6) CDFF Pre-Development Grants....................................................................$ 24,000 7) Federal Home Loan Bank Affordable Housing Program Interest Credit.. ...$113,000 8) Federal Home Loan Bank Affordable Housing Program Rehab Grant.........$159,000 9) U.S. Department of HUD Supportive Housing Program (SHP).....................$500,000 10) U.S. Department of HUD Shelter Plus Care Program (S+C).........................$500,000 11) Ohio Housing Finance Agency Housing Counseling Grant...........................$ 30,000 12) Ohio Housing Finance Agency Housing Counseling Grant...........................$ 20,000 13) Ohio Housing Finance Agency Housing Counseling Grant...........................$ 45,000 14) Ester-Simmons (local)....................................................................................$ 5,000 15) Ester Simmons (local)....................................................................................$ 6,000 ______________________________________________________________________________ Education/Credentials: 1.) Degree in Business Administration. Accounting Major. 2.) Licensed Real Estate Agent in Ohio. 3.) HUD Approved Comprehensive Housing Counselor thru the Jefferson County Community Action Council, a HUD Certified Local Housing Counseling Agency. 4.) Professionally trained Certified/Accredited HUD Housing Manager, including apartment & building inspections. 5.) Certified Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Housing Manager. 6.) Advisory Boards and Memberships: 1)1 National Real Estate Association. 1)2 Ohio Real Estate Association. 1)3 Certified U.S. Department of HUD 1st Time Hombuyer & Renter Housing Counselor. 1)4 Jefferson County Housing/Homeless Coalition. 1)5 Cathedral Apartments Advisory Committee. 1)6 Past Chairman, R.S.V.P. (Retired Senior Volunteer Program), Advisory Council. 1)7 City of Steubenville, Ohio, Consolidated Planning Committee. 1)8 City of Toronto, Ohio, Comprehensive Improvement Strategy Committee. 1)9 Jefferson County Comprehensive Improvement Strategy Committee 1)10 Jefferson Metropolitan Housing Authority=s Family Self-Sufficiency Program.
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Renate de Villiers - Freelance Blog Writing & Poem Writing
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Curriculum Vitae for: Renate de Villiers CONTACT INFORMATION Name: Renate de Villiers Born: 8 Augustus 1987 (Heilbron - Free State) Marital status: Not married Languages: Afrikaans (Mother language) English Interests: Nature Other countries, but also South African attractions Family and friends Ballet and other forms of dance Tourism Singing and writing songs, music Writing articles and reviews (travel writing) QUALIFICATIONS Scholastic: Grade 12, with distinction, at Heilbron High School in the Free State(2005) Subjects and results: Mathematics SG A Afrikaans First Language HG A English Second Language HG A Home Economics HG A Biology HG A Geography HG A Physiology HG B The following table indicates all subjects passed until the first semester of my final year: BCons.Sc: Hospitality Management 2006 Subject Mark Comments BLG 260 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 260 PASS CIL 111 COMPUTER LITERACY 111 PASS CIL 121 INFORMATION LITERACY 121 PASS EKN 110 ECONOMICS 110 PASS EKN 120 ECONOMICS 120 PASS EOT 161 ACADEMIC READING SKILLS 161 PASS EOT 162 ACADEMIC WRITING SKILLS 162 PASS ITW 121 INTERIOR MERCHANDISE 121 PASS OBS 110 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 110 PASS OBS 120 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 120 PASS STK 110 STATISTICS 110 FAIL STK 110 STATISTICS 110 PASS TBE 110 TOURISM MANAGEMENT 110 PASS TBE 120 TOURISM MANAGEMENT 120 PASS VDS 111 FOOD SUPPLY &QUALITY CONTR.111 PASS BCons.Sc: Hospitality Management 2007 Subject Mark Comments ABV 320 LABOUR RELATIONS 320 PASS ITW 261 INTERIOR MERCHANDISE 261 PASS KEP 220 CULTURAL EATING PATTERNS 220 PASS OBG 111 DESIGN PRINCIPLES 111 PASS OBS 210 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 210 PASS TBE 220 TOURISM MANAGEMENT 220 PASS TBE 291 TOURISM MANAGEMENT 291 PASS WITH DISTINCTION TBE 293 TOURISM MANAGEMENT 293 PASS WITH DISTINCTION VDG 220 NUTRITION 220 PASS VDS 210 FOODS 210 PASS VDS 221 FOODS 221 PASS BCons.Sc: Hospitality Management 2008 Subject Mark Comments ITW 311 INTERIOR MERCHANDISE 311 PASS TBE 310 TOURISM MANAGEMENT 310 PASS VDB 321 FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT 321 PASS VDG 311 NUTRITION 311 PASS VDG 321 NUTRIT. DURING LIFE CYCLE 321 PASS WITH DISTINCTION VDS 322 LARGE SCALE PLANNING& PREP.322 PASS VDS 354 FOODS 354 PASS VDS 355 FOOD & BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT 355 PASS BCons.Sc: Hospitality Management 2009 Subject Mark Comments INB 320 INTERIOR PLANNING 320 PASS OBS 321 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 321 PASS OPI 480 EXPER. TRAINING IN INDUST. 480 ACCEPTABLE PROGRESS PGB 410 PROJECT: RESEARCH METHODOL.410 PASS PGB 420 PROJECT: HOSPITALITY MANAG.420 PASS VDB 410 FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT 410 PASS VDS 413 FOODS 413 PASS VDS 414 CULINARY ART 414 PASS VDS 424 CULINARY ART 424 PASS LEADERSHIP ROLES Group Leader at Voortrekker camp for grade 4 children (2002) Prefect of Heilbron High School (2000 and 2005) Leader of the Heilbron Voortrekker movement (2004) “Presidentsverkenner” and “Hoofleierswag” in Voortrekkers (2005) Exchange Student to Germany (25 June 2004 – 25 July 2004) Group Leader at the First Years' Camp (2006) Manager at Campus Restaurant (Eat@UP) (2008) Highschool Teacher at AQE Private School, Montana, Pretoria (Jan-April 2010) Manager at Conifer Cape Guesthouse, Cape Town (2010) Aupair for a twelve year old boy (2011) WORK EXPERIENCE Work at Africlassic River Lodge, Rivonia (Gauteng), as an overall assistant for a weekend (2006) Work at Africlassic River Lodge, Rivonia (Gauteng), managing the lodge for a week (January 2007) Work at 314 On Clark Guesthouse, Brooklyn (Pretoria; Gauteng), as an overall assistant from June 2007 to March 2008. Work at All Seasons Bed and Breakfast, Moreleta Park, Pretoria (Gauteng), as an assistant front of house. (Prepared a data base of all South African Guesthouses and lodges.) (2007) Work at Candlewoods Guesthouse, Centurion (Gauteng), as a front house assistant as well as conference meetings. (2008) Work at Mug&Bean, Brooklyn Mall (Brooklyn, Gauteng), as a waitress. (2007) Aupair in Krugersdorp, Featherbrook Estates. (Gauteng).Two boys in Primary School. (2008 and 2009) Mathematics (grade 1 to grade 7) extra class assistant. (Horison Primary School and Helderkruin Primary School; 2008) Event Management on campus as part of Hospitality Management’s fourth year syllabus. This included functions for UP Alumni. The event I managed on 25 August 2009 was for the South African Chemical Institute. (University of Pretoria; 2009) Work for a travel writer, Carrie Hampton, in Noordhoek, Western Cape, for two weeks as an intern. Here I assisted her with filing, taking notes during meetings, research on topics for articles and I also wrote my own article on African Game Lodge near Montagu. (See article at www.safaritart.com) I also assisted her in three gradings for the Tourism Grading Council. (June-July, 2009) Relief Manager for a week and a half in the September holiday, (2009), at Africlassic River Lodge in Rivonia, Johannesburg, while the owners were overseas. All together I have worked about 575 practical hours, excluding the travel writing. My responsibilities at Africlassic River Lodge and the other guesthouses included the following: • Prepare and serve breakfasts • Check all the rooms after they have been cleaned • Check guests in and out • Do the petty cash on the computer • Send e-mails, reply to guests who wanted to make reservations and send invoices • Answer the phone • Replenish stock • Keep the guests happy by attending to their primary needs • Pack and unpack the dishwasher • Lay tables for breakfast • Prepare and serve dinners • Help at functions held at 314 On Clark Guesthouse and Candlewoods Guesthouse • Prepare the boardroom • Prepare the sauna My responsibility as Aupair is: • To pick the boy up from school and drive him home • To drive him to sport events, like rugby practice and rugby games • To help them with homework or to study for tests or examinations • To make sure they have something to eat • To keep an eye on them during the afternoon • To report back to their parents • To prepare revision tests for them Once and again I assisted at Horison Primary School and Helderkruin Primary School with mathematics extra classes for grade 1 to 7. (2009) My first formal employment was as a Hospitality, Tourism and Social Science teacher at AQE Private School in Montana, Pretoria. I taught Hospitality and Tourism for grade 10 to 12 students and Social Science for grade 8 and 9 students. (January to April 2010). After this I was the manager of Conifer Cape Guesthouse since May 2010 up until the end of November 2010. This guesthouse is situated in the city bowl of Cape Town and has five rooms. I was responsible for every part of the guesthouse, from bookings, marketing, checking in and checking out, quotations, maintenance management, housekeeping management, breakfast recipe development, stock taking, any alternative assistance to guests (including wine tours and transport to and from the airport), as well as keeping track of the income and expenditures. PRESENT OCCUPATION I am currently busy with a part time course in Travel Writing, with Carrie Hampton as my mentor. I have also been accepted for a journalism course at Unisa and I will be writing my examination in October. I have attempted to write English articles for the Greenwood Guide. The editor, Simon Greenwood, was impressed with my writing skills and felt that I would be a very good writer with some experience. I am currently working for lawyer, Marianne Pretorius, where I am responsible to request progress reports from correspondents, and trace reports from tracers. In the afternoons I Aupair for a twelve year old boy. REFERENCES Magdel van Sandwyk, Owner of Africlassic River Lodge, Rivonia, Gauteng Contact number: 082 549 1524 Reception number at Africlassic: (011) 234 6522 Ria Fourie, Manager of 314 On Clark Guesthouse, Brooklyn, Pretoria Contact number: (012) 346 2460 Mathine Otto Manager at Candlewoods Guesthouse, Centurion. Contact number: 084 240 1734 Marianne Pretorius Mother of boys whom I aupaired for, as well as the lawyer I am working for Contact number: 083 271 3468 Dr. Gerrie du Rand Chief Lecturer at the department of Consumer Science: Hospitality Management. Email address: gerrie.durand@up.ac.za Marlien van der Westhuizen School Principle of AQE Private School Email address: marlienvdw@gmail.com Carrie Hampton Travel Writer; Star Grader for the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa; Publisher of various books, including Table Mountain and Safari Lodge coffee table books. Contact number: 082 976 5905 Email address: carrieh@iafrica.com REFERENCE LETTER: Carrie Hampton Hospitality Consultant | Travel Writer P. O. Box 614, Noordhoek | 7979 Western Cape | RSA Tel: 021 789 2091 | Cell: 082 9765905 | Fax SA: 0866 725337 Email: carrieh@iafrica.com | www.travelwriter.co.za |www.safaritart.com To: Whom it may concern 20 July 2009 Re: Renate de Villiers Renate de Villiers took the initiative to contact me and persuade me to take her as an intern for a short period. This was the best decision I have made in a long time. Renate was a huge asset to my consultancy; revealing a great intelligence, a wonderful friendly nature and the ability to work unsupervised. She worked hard and showed a good deal of talent at whatever task I asked of her. This included assisting in the star grading of several properties, internet research for travel articles and writing a draft article plus a travel blog entry, taking dictation and notes at meetings and typing them up, filing destination information requiring a knowledge of the geography of southern and east Africa. She also took part in a one-day travel writing workshop that I facilitated. If I had a position for her, I would jump at the chance to employ Renate. I believe she will be a great asset to any business. Feel free to contact me on the above contact details if you wish for verbal confirmation of the above. Yours faithfully, Carrie Hampton
Roodepoort, Gauteng, South Africa