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Aly Hallak - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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I am a 15 year old author that loves everything creative and is always waiting for inspiration. I am going to school i Bucks County and my shop in Graphic Arts and printing, I'm the best in shop and love what we do. I'm starting a band because I love to sing, I write all our songs and my friend plays the guitar.
Levittown, Pennsylvania, United States
Kevin Watsley - Freelance Poem Writing & Blog Writing
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I have recently graduated high school and am also eager to get into a writing career. I have never professionally written and my price will reflect that whereas my work will not.
Levittown, Pennsylvania, United States

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Donna Capodelupo - Freelance Editing & Writing
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Boston North, Massachusetts, United States
Kevin Kirkland - Freelance Videography & Video Production
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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I am a freelance videographer/director in Orlando. I have been shooting and directing professionally for over 15 years, and I am very experienced, knowledgeable, and always professional. I currently freelance with an international company named TV Trip where I shoot hotels such as Marriott’s for their travel website. It gives the prospective traveler a real version of what the hotel will look like from the time they enter the hotel to the type of room they want to stay in to the view from their room. I shoot the pools, the surrounding areas as well as the restaurants. You can see my videos on their website www.tvtrip.com I have a contract to shoot all of the hotels in Florida, so if you click on any of those cities, ie: Orlando, Miami, you will see my work as edited by them however. I have supervised and directed many crews from live TV production to audio visual shoots at large hotels to specialty video production work. I also freelance as an equestrian videographer for Catchride LLC. This includes shooting riders on fabulous horses that go through their paces in competition from simply trotting to jumping to cross country. I have also been their director of photography coordinating several cameras during the different events. I own and work regularly with a variety of professional equipment including; Sony 3ccd HD the HDR-FX1, NX and EX Cameras, Canon 5d, Vinten fluid head tripods, Sennheiser wireless microphones, Arri and Zylight I lights, professional mixers, portable Avid Media Composer systems, and more. Plus, I can also provide editing services using my Avid. I have an extensive knowledge of all video formats, as well as recording media including; SD, DV, HD, HDV, P2, 24fps, and progressive/interlaced scan recording and playback. I know how to run a crew, I understand media work-flow, and have experience in many different styles, and techniques. I have shot ENG, EFP, studio, pro sports, action, interviews, aerial, underwater, and more. Using: steadicam, jib, dolly, robotics, or just handheld. I know lighting and audio, and all aspects of production. I also have a background in marketing and understand the business as well as the art. I sell a whole range of personalized promotional items, such as DVD cases, clothing, hats, and specialty items from thousands of vendors. Go to www.safeguardflorida.com for more info, and to search for products. Please take a look at my website at http://www.kirklandvideography.com for samples of my work, and more information on my qualifications. Thank you, Kevin Kirkland http://www.kirklandvideography.com Kevin Scott Kirkland Orlando Florida www.kirklandvideography.com I work well under pressure. I also have the ability to adapt and think on my feet. I excel at multitasking while staying focused on the main objective. I possess a strong commitment to team environment dynamics with the ability to contribute expertise and follow leadership directives at appropriate times. I have supervised and directed many crews from live TV production to audio visual shoots at large hotels to specialty video production work. I have been in this field now for over 15 years. I also have experience as an editor. I was an editor of a golf reality show starring John O’Hurrley of Seinfeld called The WGL Million Dollar Shootout. I also did infomercials, small commercial projects, interviews, including George Forman Grill, and Ron Jon’s Serf Shop ad campaign. I have worked as a corporate videographer shooting seminars, and convention events. As a professional I have shot interviews with many celebrities such as Jack Nicklaus, John Travolta, and Joaquin Phoenix, Oakridge Boys, Crystal Gayle, CircDeSoleil, plus many more actors and bands. I have also shot many wild animals for SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, and Jack Hanna. As a freelance videographer, I have done everything from MMA shoots & professional sports, to movies and commercials. I also directed supervised many shoots, including a three day audio-visual shoot at a conference in Washington DC where Vice President Al Gore was the keynote speaker, along with heads of world banks, and worldwide media companies at the Omni Hotel. I have expertise in any audio visual position, from sound to lighting to directing the shoot. I was employed by FOX in Orlando as a master control operator for almost 2 years. I worked in a team environment during fast-paced, high pressure newscasts. My duties included: Quality Control for all on air programming, operate microwave and satellite equipment, operate and monitor remote transmitters, tune satellite receivers to record programs for air, spot checking for quality tune in and troubleshoot local area microwave live shots, switch on-air programming, operate Florical automation system, commercial and programming file servers, load and operate VTR machines, and make dubs. I worked on several extreme automobile stunts for a DVD titled Brotherhood of Destruction. I set up most of the cameras, both under and in the car for the driver shot experience. I was responsible for shooting all of the very close handheld camera work of automobile stunts, which included long distance jumps and various crashes with pyrotechnics. I also shot several of the stunts hanging from the open door of a helicopter. When the stunts were not being performed, I did the documentary footage of the stunt driver and the prep work from behind the scenes. I was employed by NBC WESH-TV news. I worked the sunrise news and was responsible for floor directing and supervising on-set operations. I also worked robotic cameras, jib, and arranged the studio lighting. I worked as an in-studio operations camera operator for the national live talk show The Daily Buzz. I performed all of the specialty shots with the roving camera as well, with live shots with special guest stars, animals, and live bands. I also completed a broadcasting internship with the Orlando Magic Basketball Team, where I shot and edited, for the team, as well as logging plays and other duties. In high school I worked on the production team at KACB-TV. This experience, as well as my previous work history gives me years of actual working experience in broadcast television and video production. CREDITS EMC WORLD 2009 SUPER BOWL 2009 ELITE ELEVEN - ESPN HOOKED ON ADVENTURE - Pilot working title (2009) WORLDS LONGEST DREADLOCKS IFRE - Keynote 'Al Gore' ED/D 2008 THE TRADESHOW 2008 IBM PULSE 2008 MONSTER JAM GARNER BARNES & NOBLE 2008 BARNES & NOBLE COLLEGE BOOK SELLERS ORLANDO AUTO SHOW AMERICAN PHYSICIANS INSTITUTE - Promo Video RON JON - Ad Campaign (2006) JACK NICLAUS - Interview (ESPN) DISNEY VACATION CLUB - In-room Video THE DAILY BUZZ - TV THE BROTHERHOOD OF DESTRUCTION THE WGL MILLION DOLLAR SHOOTOUT ORLANDO MAGIC MIDNIGHT MAGIC (NBA TV) THE HOOKUP ETC... EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Aug 2006 –Feb 2008 FOX- Master Control Operator. Responsibilities include: broadcasting of programming, and automation control. Quality Control Sept 2005 - ongoing Brotherhood of Destruction DVD - Duties included aggressive handheld camera operation for extreme automobile stunts at very close proximity, handheld camera operation from the skids of a chase helicopter, and documentary style shooting of behind the scenes. April 2005 to August 2005 WESH-TV NBC News - Responsibilities included floor directing, robotic cameras, jib, studio lighting and cutting in during live programming. I worked the sunrise and weekend schedules. Sept 2004 to March 2005 The Daily Buzz TV Show - Live in studio camera operations of 2 cameras at the same time, one on a pedestal and the other a roving hand held action-cam for a national 3 hr live TV show January 2004 - June 2004 Orlando Magic Post-Production Broadcast Intern. - Logging and digitizing game and other footage, duplication of video on various formats, editing projects. Helped produce weekly sports talk show called Midnight Magic, responsible for posting Midnight Magic on the Internet, Game responsibilities including replay operator, camera grip, and courtside camera operator. 1999 to 2000 NBC3, KACB-TV San Angelo. CG, Video Tape, Audio, and Camera Operator for live news broadcasts EDUCATION 2003-2005 University of Central Florida – Marketing 2000-2003 Texas A&M University- Commerce – Radio/TV I attended Texas A&M University – Commerce where I was an Honor student and a member of the prestigious Mayo College. At A&M – Commerce, I studied Radio and Television for 4 years and was very active in producing Radio and TV programs for the University and community. I also built a satellite truck from the inside out. I have been a DJ on my own radio show. I directed a 30 minute weekly game show; I have done live reporting, and have personally operated all of the technical equipment that is used. I was also an assistant director and technical director on several other television shows, including live news programs.
Orlando, Florida, United States
Patricia McDonald - Freelance Book Writing & Poem Writing
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Patricia S. McDonald Queens, NY 11418 917-242-7362 patriciasmcdonald@gmail.com Profile With more than 13 years of successful experience in customer service and support with recognized strengths in account maintenance, problem solving, and trouble-shooting, I am seeking a profession within the customer service/administrative field or as a writer. Excellent working knowledge using, Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks, Microsoft Word and other internal work systems. Ability to train, motivate, and supervise customer service employees. A team player known for providing a pleasant work atmosphere. Performed volunteer work at St. Mary’s Hospital in Brooklyn, NY for 5 years. Excellent writing and communication skills. Experience Self Employed/Author 2013-Present Completed two graphic novels titled “My Mother’s Sins” (350 pages unedited) and “Karma: The B***ch I Wish I Never Met” (300 pages unedited), which I will be publishing independently by March 2014. I also plan to create a screenplay or Indy movie for “My Mother’s Sins” next year (2015). Currently completed five of twenty short stories to be compiled into one book. Self Employed 04/2008 - 10/2012 Credit Repair Corp, Brooklyn, NY Created a licensed corporation where I assisted clients with credit report issues. Obtained client’s credit reports and helped them comprehend their credit status. Contacted debtors to negotiate or remove negative items from client’s credit history. Personal Banker 07/2006 - 03/2008 JP Morgan Chase, Brooklyn, NY Worked with numerous clients to assist with all aspects of banking Opened, closed, and serviced accounts (such as upgrading). Created referrals for Loan Officers, Business and Investment Bankers. Helped customers become well-rounded financially based on their current financial status and future goals. Assisted with answering phones and typed memos to clients Contacted customers when new products and services were available. Led morning huddles to motivate co-workers. Earned various licenses such as Series 6, 63, and Life Insurance. Licensed Real Estate Sales Agent/Loan Officer 04/2004 - 06/2006 Rapid Home Credit, Amityville, NY Worked in conjunction with large retail banking centers to assist potential home buyers with acquiring mortgages to purchase first time or investment homes. Collected loan application information and pre-qualified potential buyers based on credit quality and income. Assisted with answering phones and filing. Negotiated sale contracts between potential buyers. Showed properties that were for sale or rent. Licensed by the state as a sales agent. Pharmacist Technician/Cashier 01/1999 - 03/2004 Duane Reade Pharmacy, New York City, NY Assisted pharmacist with filling prescriptions and answering customers’ questions. Monitored and ordered prescription drugs to re-stock inventory. Checked inventory for expired drugs and returned them to manufacturers. Recorded telephone prescriptions from doctors’ offices. Interacted with insurance companies to file and complete claims. Performed cashier duties within the pharmacy department. Received pharmacy technician license. Education University of Phoenix Online Presently enrolled Majoring in Healthcare Management Will Earn Bachelors’ Degree upon completion Devry University, Long Island City, NY 07/2001 - 05/2002 Majored in Engineering Computer Technology Science Skills Center High School, Brooklyn, NY 09/1997 - 06/2001 Received High School Diploma References References are available on request.
Jackson Heights, New York, United States
Sarah Stafford - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
$12
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I am a creative writer, and I've been making up stories since I was seven years old. My love and talent for writing has only grown over the years. I am very capable of doing thorough research for my writing, and am adept at editing. My specialties in fiction are in the genres of fantasy and science fiction.
Simi Valley, California, United States
Russ Spitkovsky - Freelance Illustration, Children's Book Illustration, Book Illustration, Newspaper Illustration, & Nature Illustration
1994
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5.0
12 Skills
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2015—present Instructor, Intro to Etching, Monoprint, Silkscreen, Woodcut. Guttenberg Arts 2013—present Studio Director, Guttenberg Arts 2010—present Editor in chief, CARRIER PIGEON: Illustrated Fiction and Fine Art 2019 Guest Speaker, School of Visual Arts 2018 Instructor, Intro to Printmaking, Montclair State University 2017 Instructor, Dream of Flying, Tekniske Museum, Helsingør, Denmark 2017 “Banjo Grease”, Red Hen Press, Illustrator 2017 “Oh, Don’t Ask Why”, Red Hen Press, Cover Illustraton 2016 Instructor, Narrative in Print. New York Art Academy. 2016 Guest Speaker, Kutztown University, PA 2016 “Brother Carnival”, Red Henn Press, Illustrator 2016 Panelist, SGCI “DIY: A Panel of Pioneers”, Portland Oregon 2015 “Going Dark”, Coffee Town Press, Illustrator 2015 Guest critic at The New York Academy of Art MFA program 2014 Holon Institute of Technology, Guest lecture, Israel 2014 Recipient of the Artists; Residence Herzliya, Israel 2014 “A Land of our Own” by Hanka Ablin, Illustrator 2014 “Motorcyclotaur”, Carrier Pigeon, Writer and Illustrator 2014 “Design Junkie” AWP Conference, Panelist 2014 UMKC, Guest lecture 2013-2015 “The Night Circus” by Edward Shacklee, Illustrator 2013 City University of New York, Guest Speaker 2012-2013 “As I Ride Down” by Dennis Must, Red Henn Press, Illustrator 2012 School of Visual Arts Masters Illustration, Guest Speaker 2012 Kutztown University, Guest Speaker 2012 Comic Book Covers, Whitebull Studios, Illustrator 2011 Store identity for Artisan Foods, Vermont 2010—present Director of the New York Society of Etchers April 2010 “The Red Hat” by Hanka Ablin, Illustrator 2009 “Lizzy’s First” By Eilish Kahill, Illustrator 2004-2005 Sugar Factory, Prop book for movie “Thicker than Water” 2001 Random House, Inc./Pantheon Book. Cover for Flesh and Machine, How Robots Will Change Us by Rodney A. Brooks 2001 Wieden+Kennedy Portfolio Review – Sketch Artist Exhibitions and Awards Received: 2019 "Human Condition Portfolio", cover and etching, published by Paper Crown Press 2018 “Dialogues in Printmaking” Monmouth Museum, New Jersey 2017 “Dialogues in Printmaking” Group Exhibition, Galerie 21, Köln, Germany 2017 “Double Shift” Group Exhibition, Newark Printshop, New Jersey 2016 “Dialogues in Printmaking”, Group Exhibition, ICPNA, Lima, Peru 2016 “Carrier Pigeon” Staff Exhibition, Art Yonkers, Urban Studio, Yonkers 2016 “Carrier Pigeon” Group Exhibition, PSU, Portland, Oregon 2015 “Carrier Pigeon XV” Group exhibition, Sugarlift, NY 2015 “Portrait Show”, Group exhibition, Silvermine Gallery, Darian, CT 2014 “Overseas”, Group Exhibition, Herzliya ,Israel 2014 The Ink Shop, “Downstate/Upstate”, Ithaca, NY 2014 Pigeon Prints, Manhattan Graphics Center, NYC 2010-2015 CARRIER PIGEON ISSUE 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 9, 10,11,12,13,14,15 RELEASE EXHIBITIONS 2013 Prints and Drawings at Mehu, Mehu Gallery, NYC 2013 Pistol Packing Print, CPXI Release Exhibition, EMOA Gallery, NYC 2013 Mark Miller Gallery, Beasticon, NYC 2013 Printmaking Biannual, IPCNA, Lima, Peru 2012 Sacred Gallery, Art of Democracy, New York 2012 Miller Art Gallery, Printmaking Invitational, Kutztown, PA 2011 Wilmer Jennings Gallery, Peaceable Kingdom, New York 2011 NY Coo Galley, International Exhibition of Contemporary Works on Paper 2011 Allegra LaViola Gallery, Visions in Print, New York 2011 Powerhouse Arena, Artist Driven, New York 2011 Recipient of The A.E. Ventures Grant (maximum amount) for work with CARRIER PIGEON 2010 Sacred Gallery, Dark Visions, New York 2009 Jerusalem Print Workshop, Print Artists from New York, Jerusalem, Israel 2009 Visual Arts Gallery, Thesis Show, Manhattan, NY 2008 Pyramida - Center for Contemporary Art, A View From the Shadows – Haifa, Israel 2008 The LA Art Core, The Brewery Annex, A Stone’s Throw: A Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Exchange Show, Los Angeles, CA 2008 Visual arts Gallery, The Book Show, Credible Correspondence (Travels of t he imagination), The Call of Cthulhu, Manhattan, NY 2008 Participant in “The Peaceable Kingdom” print portfolio 2008 The Gramercy Arts Club, The Art of Democracy, Manhattan, NY 2008 The First Presbyterian Church, New Yorker’s by New Yorker’s, Manhattan, NY 2008 Pelham Art Center, Animalia Anima—The Soul of the Animal, Pelham, NY 2007 Monmouth Museum, 28th Annual Juried Art Show, Red Bank, NJ 2005 The New York Society of Etchers, Inc. Winter Print Salon, Brooklyn, NY 2005 The New York Society of Etchers, Inc. The Black & White Show, NY 2003 Society of Illustrators Annual Show
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Cyd - Freelance Graphic Design & Brochure Design
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$50
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Cyd began her professional art career when, at the age of 16, she was commissioned to design a holiday greeting card for The American Hotel and Motel Association. Since then, her work has appeared in various shows and galleries from Connecticut to Florida. A former record album cover designer, Cyd has been working in the computer graphics field since 1985. She has created graphics for television, newspaper & magazine publications, posters & brochures, annual reports, charts & graphs, slide presentations and web sites. Clients have ranged from large financial institutions to famous jazz musicians. In 1983, Cyd received two Creativity Show Awards for album covers designed for an independent record label in New York. She won first place for best oil painting “Skull Study” in the 1999 Ferguson Library Show in Stamford, CT. In the 2001 Library Show, she was given the blue ribbon for best photograph “New Zealand New Years”. In 2003, Cyd received an Honorable Mention in the Stamford Art Association’s Black, White and Grey Show for her sculpture “Age before Beauty”. Cyd has a certificate in web design from United Digital Artists in Manhattan and a BFA from Temple University Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA. She has been an active member of the Stamford Art Association, Silvermine Guild Arts Center and the New Canaan Art Association.
New Milford, Connecticut, United States
Daniel Roeder - Freelance Music Production & Voiceovers
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Daniel J. Roeder Composer, Tenor Phone: (320) 267-4867 Website: www.dan.the-roeders.com E-mail: dan@the-roeders.com OBJECTIVES: To further improve skills in orchestration and composition while developing my musical voice, and to perform new works of my own as well as those of my colleagues. To foster success in education of music, theater and dance. INSTRUMENTS: Voice~Tenor Piano Organ EDUCATION: Gustavus Adolphus College Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Music Graduated *** laude 2003 University of Iowa, MA Composition Graduated 2009 EXPERIENCE: Performance: • Gustavus Choir, Tenor I; 2000-2003, Gregory Aune Conducting • Bella Voce Consort, Tenor II; 2004-2007 • Great River Chorale, Tenor II; 2004-2005, David Scholz Conducting • Holiday Recitals 2003-2007, vocal and piano performance • University of Iowa Kantorei, Tenor I & II; 2007-2009, Timothy Stalter Conducting • Bel Canto Chorale, Tenor II, 2009-10, Roger Hatteberg Conducting • Roles in Musical Theater: “Gideon” in 7 Brides for 7 Brothers by Steve Chaplin and Gene de Paul, 2003 “Jack” in Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim, 2004 “Billy Crocker” in Anything Goes by Cole Porter, 2005 “Bobby Child” in Crazy for You by George and Ira Gerschwinn, 2007 Teaching: • 7-12 Band and Choral Assistant, Sauk Centre High School; 2004-2005 • Counselor and Campfire Coordinator at Episcopal Youth Music Camp; 2004-2007 • Schmidt Music, Private Instruction, Voice; 2005 • Musical Theater Director, Foley High School; 2006-2007 (“Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?” , “Annie”) • Private Piano Instruction 2008-Present • Christ Church Children's Choir 2008-2010 • Accompanist and Music Director for premiere performance of The Boy in Black, a full length musical by Tony Meneses and Daniel Roeder at the University of Iowa, 2010 TEACHERS: Voice • Shannon Stuckey, Gustavus Adolphus College • Dr. Michael Jorgenson, Gustavus Adolphus College Piano • William H. Hargrove, director of St. Paul’s Festival of the Arts Series in Nyack, NY (retired) • Victoria Tsangari, University of Iowa Organ • Carl Moehlman, Organ Professor at Iowa Wesleyan College (retired), Organist at Christ Church Composition • Anne Kilstofte, Gustavus Adolphus College • Dr. Lawrence Fritts, University of Iowa • John Eaton, University of Iowa Theory • David Fienen, Gustavus Adolphus College • Rick Orpen, Gustavus Adolphus College • Daniel McConnell, University of Iowa • Michael Eckert, University of Iowa PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS • Minnesota Music Educators Association • Phi Beta Kappa Society • Society of Composers, International BIO Daniel Roeder is a native of Saint Cloud, MN where he enjoyed growing up in a rich choral tradition under the tutelage of Robert Sieving. He holds a B.A. in vocal performance from Gustavus Adolphus College where he studied with Shannon Stuckey and Michael Jorgenson, and sang in the Gustavus Choir under the baton of Gregory Aune. He recently achieved an MA in Composition from University of Iowa where he studied with Michael Eckert, Lawrence Fritts, and John Eaton. His compositions have been performed by choirs and chamber groups across the US as well as Germany and Scotland. Recent premieres include The Boy in Black, at the University of Iowa full length musical written in collaboration with playwright Tony Meneses, and Cry of Urgent Thunder, a wind ensemble piece written for the Episcopal Youth Music Camp in Willow River, Minnesota. Daniel is currently living in Alturas, California where he teaches voice and piano lessons privately. When not composing, teaching, conducting, or working with youth, he can be found training for marathons, completing home improvement projects, or taking care of his beautiful new daughter, Maria. COMPOSITIONS BY DANIEL ROEDER Title Year Instrumentation Performance History O Magnum Mysterium 2002 SATB Choir Performed as a chapel anthem, Gustavus, January 2002 Beloved 2003 SATB Choir Performed as a chapel anthem, Gustavus, May 2003 Joseph’s Lament 2003 Tenor, Baritone, Piano Performed at Holiday Recitals in 2003 and 2005 Child of Light 2003 SATB Choir, Piano Performed as Christmas anthem, St. Johns Episcopal Church, 2003 Season Song I. The Freeze II. Night Wind III. Snowfall IV. Seasoned 2005 2003 2005 I. Soprano, Viola II. Tenor, ‘Cello, Piano III. Soprano, Tenor, 2 Violins, Piano IV. Soprano, Tenor, String Quartet Second movement written and performed first for Gustavus senior recital in 2003. Fourth movement was written for performance at the 2004 Holiday Recital. The first and third movements were written in 2005 and the piece was performed in its entirety at the 2005 Holiday Recital. In 2006, Snowfall was rearranged for two sopranos, ‘cello and piano and performed at the Holiday Recital that year. Streeter Rag 2005 Alto Saxophone Quartet Performed by a Sauk Centre High School sax quartet at Minnesota subsection and sections contest. Earned superior ratings. Lord Make Me 2006 Flute, Clarinet, Guitar, Voices A campfire song based on the text, “The Prayer of St. Francis.” Written for and performed at the 2006 Episcopal Youth Music Camp Diva Tango 2006 Flute, Oboe, Violin, 2 Sopranos, Piano Performed at the University of Iowa, October 2007. Performed at the College of St. Benedict, May 2008, Stringin’ to the Eighties 2006 String Quartet Performed at the 2006 Holiday Recital Waiting for Stories, Yes, Lord! 2007 2007 ‘Cello, Piano, Children Saxophone, Piano, Children Performed at Episcopal Youth Music Camp as part of a world premiere musical theater version of “Old Turtle” by Doug Wood. Fear Not the Cold Night Wind 2007 SATB Choir, rewritten for TTBB Choir Rewritten for TTBB Choir, performed at the Bel Canto Spring Concert 2010 Twelve Tempers 2008 Brass Quintet Performed at the University of Iowa, April 2008 Streeter Blues 2008 Alto Saxophone Quartet Performed by a Sauk Centre High School sax quartet for Minnesota contest Shadow Casting 2008 Harp, Viola, Treble Voice Performed at the UISCI Concert, May 2008 Agnus Dei 2008 SAB Choir, Piano Performed at the Celebration of Ministry for Pat Genereux at Christ Episcopal Church, June 2008 Song of Simeon 2008 SSAATTBB Choir Performed at the University of Iowa, October 2008 Mural for Flute I. Tree Fox II. Journey Through an Artifice III. Frightening Ride IV. Suess Landscape V. Melody of Folk 2008 Unaccompanied Flute Performed at the UISCI Concert, March 2009 Patterns of Courtesy I. Con Spirito II. Scherzo III. Andante con Moto 2008 I. Oboe, ‘Cello II. Violin, Bassoon III. Oboe, ‘Cello, Violin, Bassoon Performed at the UISCI Concert, December 2008 Wulf and Eadwacer 2009 Violin, Viola, Piano, Sop. soloist, Dancers Performed at the UI Dance Grad Event, May 2009 Winter Moon 2009 Chamber Orchestra Read by the UI Chamber Orchestra, Dec 2009 Entities 2009 Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Violin, 'Cello, Percussion Performed at the UI Composers Workshop Nov. 2009 The Boy in Black 2010 Musical for an ensemble cast of 10-14, collaboration with Tony Meneses Gallery Performance at the University of Iowa, April 2010 Cry of Urgent Thunder 2010 Wind Ensemble, Orchestra Wind ensemble version performed by the EYMC band August 2010 Breath 2009 (revised 2010) SATB Choir, div. Unperformed Silent Lotus 2010 Orchestra Unperformed Flight to Varennes 2011 Orchestra, Dancers April 16, Rain Ross Dance What I can Do for Peace 2011 SATB choir,, div. Unperformed
Oak Run, California, United States