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Michael Crowley - Freelance Art & Portrait Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$80
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Art fuses with our emotions, resonates in our world and defines who we are. When my mother passed I had a few photos but no treasure that really captured her dignity. So I started painting family portraits to capture their essence and beauty (like a photo rarely can) something remarkable and eternal. Hi, I'm Mike Crowley, a professional portrait artist based in Perth. I am...
Wanneroo, Western Australia, Australia
Hayley Walker - Freelance Art & Portrait Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$30
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I am a 23 year old female that has been a freelancing artist for nearly two years, I also run my own online ebay store where I sell a lot of paintings and illustrations. I studied Fine Art, Life Drawing and Photography at Art College in the Uk but have now settled in Australia. I specialise in a broad range of illustration but enjoy working with all medias from, ink, charcoal, acrylic, oils...
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Susan Respinger - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Art
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5.0
2 Skills
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Susan is Western Australian artist with a focus on murals and portrait art. Her work has been featured on numerous exhibitions around Australia. Susan is professional and carries a range of insurances and is fully licensed to use a scissor lift. Prices are negotiable based on they type of work and materials that need to be provided.
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Trent Caldwell - Freelance Portrait Art & Drawing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Charcoal Portrait Artist Contact trentcaldwellportraits@gmail.com for all commission enquiries
Broome, Western Australia, Australia
Kiril - Freelance Portrait Art & Portrait Painting
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Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Ree boonthong - Freelance Tattoo Design & Portrait Art
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Perth, Western Australia, Australia

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Mark Rodriguez - Freelance Multimedia & Graphic Design
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4.0
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I'm a freelancer, In 2009 Scorpion Designz was founded by Mark Rodriguez. Scorpion Designz is becoming the most trusted leader for printing & design. Everyday prices are going up, but why should the cost of everyday design & printing go up too? Here at Scorpion Designz we are dedicated to creating affordable, high quality designs & products that wont put a hole in your pockets. It will also help promote any individual, small or big business with such simplicity and style throughout the United States.
Bronx, New York, United States
Naomi Brennan - Freelance Drawing & Children's Book Illustration
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3.5
2 Skills
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I am 24yrs of age, i live in Bristol, England. Have always had the ability to design an illustrate. I currently design tattoos for people an continue todo so as a hobbie. I would like to hopefully take my talent further into freelance.. i prefer to design using bold colours an pens..for me i have random ideas for drawings..but i like to make sure i capture them on paper, they could be very random, but i find how weird or random they are, it brings that bit more of creativity in me..
Bristol city, Bristol, United Kingdom
Sarah Kate McCarthy - Freelance Photo Editing & Photography
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4.0
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Sarah McCarthy M: 022 040 9324 E: sarah@sarahkatephotography.net D.O.B: 26/02/1991 Education Up until 2008, I was a student at Mount Albert Grammar School, which I graduated from once completing Year 13. In my final year of NCEA (Level 3) I passed with Merit. My subjects were Design, Photography, Painting, Music and English - all of which I also have Level 2 qualifications in. I completed three semesters of a BFA at Auckland University (Elam School of Fine Arts) before I realized it wasn't for me, and am now doing a BA in English and Philosophy, also at the University of Auckland, still pursuing art and design as a freelance career. Work Experience at a Glance: 2008/Ongoing - Photographer for personal photoshoots 2008/Ongoing - Photographer for many fashion models who are building a portfolio; 2009 - Photographer for Healthlands Ltd 2010 - Book cover designer (70+ books done to date) 2009/2011 - Events photographer Skills • Photography & use of a dSLR; fashion, conceptual, glamour, beauty, editorial, etc. I often work with models but am competent photographing other subjects. • Very proficient in Photoshop • Also able to use Illustrator & InDesign • Photo retouching Personal Statement I consider myself to be a creative and highly motivated individual. I apply myself fully to any task given and can never be satisfied with my work until I've achieved it to the bar I set myself. I'm an enthusiastic person, and feel confident in my ability to bring a positive and fun attitude to any workplace. I never shy away from hard work.
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
James Fleming - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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James R. Fleming lbyronbyron@yahoo.com Education: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Ph.D. in English, expected in May 2012 Chair: Dr. Donald D. Ault Readers: Dr. Judith Page and Dr. James Paxson Tentative Dissertation: Hamlet, Trauma and the English Romantic Movement GPA: 4.0/4.0 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL M.A. in English, May 2006 Thesis: “Life in Death/Death in Life: Trauma, Testimony and the 1798 Lyrical Ballads” Chair: Dr. Judith Page Reader: Dr. Donald D. Ault GPA: 4.0/4.0 Suffolk University, Boston, MA B.A. in English (Magna *** Laude), August 2002 Thesis: “Postmodern Approaches to Byron’s Don Juan” Chair: Dr. Anthony Merzlak Reader: Dr. Peter Caputo Minor: Philosophy GPA: 3.78/4.0 “Portrait of Postmodern Renaissance Men: Postmodern Philosophy in Mad Men.” Forthcoming in Mad Men: A Critical Companion (Syracuse University Press, 2011). “‘I am dead, Horatio’: Testimony and the Imminence of Hamlet’s Death.” Forthcoming in The St. John’s Humanities Review. “Mad Men in the Context of the John F. Kennedy Assassination.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2010) “Further Down the Road of Excess: Hunter S. Thompson and English Romanticism.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2009). “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision.” The Mailer Review (Vol. 3, Fall 2009). “But Where is the Castle? Modernist Allegory in Norman Mailer’s The Castle in the Forest.” EAPSU (Vol. 5, Fall 2008). “‘A World a Borning’: Incommensurable Ontologies in Neil Gaiman’s 1602.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 4: Issue 1, Spring 2008). “Cross Cultural O’Neill: A Bengali Desire Under the Elms.” The Eugene O’Neill Review (Vol. 25: Issues 1 & 2, Spring and Fall 2002, pp. 71 – 93). Encyclopedia Entries: “Garrison, Jim,” “Goodbye Columbus,” “In Cold Blood,” “Kennedy, Jacqueline,” “Kessey, Ken,” “Mailer, Norman,” “McNamarra, Robert,” “Oswald, Lee Harvey,” “Plath, Sylvia,” “Pynchon, Thomas,” “Rolling Stones,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Ruby, Jack,” “Viet Cong,” “Warren Comission.” Forthcoming in The Encyclopedia of the Sixties: A Decade of Culture and Counterculture (ABC-CLIO, 2011). “Sir Walter Scott,” “Saki’s ‘A Matter of Sentiment’,” and “Helen Simpson.” The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction (Facts on File, 2008). “Jiro Adachi,” “Teresa Le Yung Ryan,” and “Imad Rahman.” Encyclopedia of American-Ethnic Literature (Facts on File, 2008). “Ella D’Arcy.” The Literary Encyclopedia [online database] 14 Mar. 2006. The Literary Dictionary Company (19 April 2006). “Nathaniel Tarn.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry (University of California Press, 2006). Review Essays: “Review of Anthony Del Tol and Conor McReery’s **** Shakespeare.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Winter 2011). “Review of Daniel Clowes’s Wilson.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Fall 2010). “Review of Grant Morrison’s Batman & Robin.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Summer 2010). “Review of Dino Franco Felluga’s The Perversity of Poetry: Romantic Ideology and the Popular Male Poet of Genius.” Romantic Textualities (Vol. 16, Summer 2006). “Review of B.J. Oropeza’s The Gospel According to Superheroes: Religion and Popular Culture.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 3: Issue 1, Summer 2006). “Review of Danny Figgeroth’s Superman on the Couch.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 2: Issue 2, Winter 2006). “Review of Geoff Klock’s How to Read Superhero Comics and Why.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 1: Issue 3, Summer 2005). Creative Publications: A Study in Darkness. (Novella). Forthcoming in Failbetter Quarterly. Subtle Variations. (Novella). Forthcoming from Burrow Press. “Heart of Madness.” Forthcoming in the Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. “The Rope of Sand.” Forthcoming in The White Whale Review. “She’s Missing.” Forthcoming in Carve. “Dead Men in Denmark.” Forthcoming in Smokelong Quarterly. “My Celebrity Encounters.” McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern 37 (Spring 2011). “He Tells Her a Story.” Failbetter Quarterly (Winter 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VII.” Mcsweeney’s Internet Tendency (8 Feb. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VI.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (19 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection V.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (3 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection IV.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (6 Dec. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection III.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (15 Nov. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection II.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (27 Oct. 2010) “Cosby Codex Selection I.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (14 Oct. 2010) “How She Dies.” Failbetter Quarterly (May 2009). “Mason Meets Dixon.” Venture (Spring 2004: pp. 72). “I, it’s I: For John Berryman.” Venture (Spring 2003: pp. 26-30). “Freeways.” Venture (Spring 2002: pp. 25-29). “Switch.” Venture (Spring 2001: pp. 37-42). “Pealed.” Venture (Spring 2000: pp. 54-55). “Inner City Blues.” The Beacon Hill Times (10 July 1999). Newspaper and Magazine Publications: “The Postmodern Chekov: An Introduction to Stephen Dixon.” Forthcoming in The Quarterly Conversation. “The White Album.” Forthcoming in Popmatters. “The Dark Prince and The Dark Knight.” Forthcoming in Shakespeare Scene. “The Buffalo Lies Bleeding or the Curse of Hunter.” Popmatters (18 September 2009). “Ed Harris in The Right Stuff,” “Malcolm McDowell in A Clockwork Orange,” “Paul Newman in The Hustler,” “Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now,” “Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon” and “Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver.” Popmatters (28 July 2009). “Purple Rain in Pop Context.” Popmatters (11 June, 2009) “Review of John Cheever: A Life by Blake Bailey.” Popmatters (11 May 2009). Presentations and Conferences: “Mailer and Byronic Heroism,” presented at the 8th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 22 October 2009, Norman Mailer Society, Washington, D.C. “How to Get Weird in the Composition Classroom and Why: Toward a Vision of Gonzo Pedagogy,” presented at the 1st Quarterly University Writing Program Composition Theory Symposium, 18 February 2009, University Writing Program, University of Florida. “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision,” presented at the 7th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 18 October 2008, Norman Mailer Society, Provincetown, MA. “Envisioning and Re-visioning Gravity’s Rainbow,” presented to Dr. Anastasia Ulanowicz’s Picture Book Seminar, 11 November 2008, Department of English, University of Florida. “Batman, Romanticism and Trauma,” presented to Dr. Donald Ault’s Comics and Animation Seminar, 7 April 2007, Department of English, University of Florida. “Incommensurable Ontologies,” presented at the University of Florida Comics Studies Conference, 3 March 2007, University of Florida. Chair, “The Racial Frontiers of Labor and Subjectivity,” panel at the 8th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Spaces of Dissent: The Borders of Transnational Dreams, 4 April 2006, University of Florida. Chair, “Madness, Masochism, and Christianity in the Age of Enlightenment,” panel at the Graduate Student Council Forum, 1 April 2005, University of Florida. “‘And of this place . . . I might have been mistress’: Social Oppression in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the 7th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Grave ReMarx: The Dead Keep Accumulating, 25 March 2005, University of Florida. “‘Into a Place’: Negotiating the Public and Private Zones of the Estate in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the Negotiating 19th Century Space Conference, 11 March 2005, University of South Carolina. “The Meta-Reader and Byron’s Don Juan,” English Department Faculty Lecture Series, 22 October 2002, Suffolk University. “The Dark and The Ideal: A Jungian Reading of Death in Venice,” presented at the Sigma Tau Delta Annual Literary Conference, 15 March 2001, Corpus Christi, TX. Editorial Experience: Item Writer, ACT, January 2007-August 2008 Book Review Editor, ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal, Department of English, University of Florida, January 2006-March 2008 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Donald Ault’s Visionary Physics and Other Essays, (Station Hill Press, 2008), January 2006-May 2008 Co-Editor and Copy-Editor, Quest: GUE Underwater Lifestyle and Adventure Magazine, August 2005-August 2007 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Gail Coffler’s Melville’s Biblical Illusions, (Praeger Publishers, 2004), October 2003-January 2004 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Thomas Connolly’s Eugene O’Neill’s Next Century, (Farleigh Dickinson University Press, Forthcoming), September 2002-January 2003 Editorial Adviser, Venture (Literary Magazine), Department of English, Suffolk University, September 2001-May 2004 Editorial and Research Assistant, Theatre Research International, Suffolk University and Oxford University Press, September 2001-May 2003
Orlando, Florida, United States