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Verena Danon - Freelance Painting & Mural Painting
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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Graduate of Parsons School of Design. I worked first as an illustrator and then as a painter of childrens themed murals in private homes and play scenery. Murals are executed in latex and acrylic paints. My style is realistic .. I can copy anything or create a new image for you. I prefer to charge by the project or per square foot rather than the hour , as clients needs are very different and want to be sure the end product is what you and I visualized. If you are interested in samples of my work I would be happy to send some to you
Malvern, Pennsylvania, United States
V. Karen McMahon - Freelance Book Writing & Children's Book Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
$45
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Karen has had more than 20 years’ experience in proposal work. Her duties have included many aspects of proposals including writing, editing, desktop publishing including graphics, and maintaining the “locked down” files—overseeing final production of the proposals. Her willingness to do “whatever it takes” has resulted in letters of appreciation from many of her clients. As a consultant for various clients some of Karen’s duties have been: • Resumes – Edit resumes and format them consistently per RFP requirements • Editing – “Final” edit of proposals to ensure they are grammatically correct • Desktop Publishing – Make sure that response is formatted correctly per the RFP requirements and company guidelines • Graphics – Help with graphics and capable of working existing graphics into text to make the proposal easier to read. This includes making all charts throughout the proposal consistent in style and color. • Attend your kick-off meeting and offer some suggestions for making the entire process flow more smoothly; also attend red team meetings near the end to help finalize the proposal. In addition to her proposal work, Karen has edited several books in which she has been mentioned and thanked for her help as well as authoring several books of her own, including technical manuals, novels and children’s books (see her personal website that she built for a complete list of her works—www.writingsbykaren.yolasite.com). Some of her freelance editing includes: • Edited/typeset book entitled "When Baby Boom Women Retire" by Nancy Dailey, PhD • Indexed book entitled "Shifting the Blame" by Saundra Westervelt, PhD • Edited doctoral thesis for Paul Lopez, PhD candidate, Boise, ID State University • Six-month assignment at EIS, Hemdon, VA to edit/update proposal boilerplate and incorporate graphics; organize, create advertisements/agendas, etc. for focus groups • Contract with INNOLOG, Inc., McLean, VA to research and write 3-5 page summaries of all past contracts; wrote portions of INNOLOG's website; edited company brochures; wrote press releases • Designed website for ISFS as well as a personal website PROFESSIONAL WORK HISTORY 2005-Present Consultant – Warrenton, VA Provide support to clients in all phases of proposals and other documentation. Projects have also included some web design and editing of websites. 2003-2005 Proposal Specialist/Editor - Communications Technologies, Inc., - Chantilly, VA Responsible for all phases of proposals from attending kick-off meetings to final production. Reported directly to the Proposal Manager and worked closely with capture teams and writers. Designed proposal covers and other graphics for proposals. Sent to Hampton, VA to oversee and help with the ROTC rebid for which she received letters of commendation from the Army personnel she worked with there. 1999-2003 Technical Editor/Production Coordinator, Dewberry & Davis, Fairfax, VA At Dewberry, Karen prepared and edited training courses for FEMA in relation to providing help and funds to victims of disasters. This included preparing PowerPoint presentations for the training courses. She edited manuals, proposals and other forms of communication as required. She created charts and graphs for proposals and reports using Visio. 1995-1999 Proposal Specialist/Human Resources - A-COM, Chantilly, VA At A-COM, Karen was both the proposal specialist and Human resources specialist. Her duties included: • Wrote/placed employment ads; categorized, called and screened potential new employees • Prepared indoctrination paperwork for new employees, including designing, creating and making employee badges; also completed all exit papers • Handled insurance matters (health, workmen's comp, COBRA, death benefits, long-term disability, vehicle accidents, etc.); liaison with insurance companies to resolve employee problems • Editor of company newsletter; created "benefits" newsletter • Prepared draft of company Policy and Procedure Manual • Interpreted RFPs and insured that all requirements and deadlines were met • Wrote/typed/edited various sections of proposal response; helped with obtaining bonding for project • Assisted with marketing, advertising, graphics; wrote script for telephone messaging 1992-1995 Research Assistant to Director, ISFS, Middleburg, VA and Washington, DC • As Production Manager, handled research and project administration for the Encyclopedia of Financial Gerontology; Coordinated with contributors to compile book; edited/formatted submittals for publication • Edited and typed (in Word Perfect) doctoral thesis, including charts/graphs • Bookkeeping with Quicken, administrative and office management responsibilities 1985-1992 Office Manager/Corporate Secretary, RSI, Arlington, VA • Responsible for all correspondence, proposals (writing/editing/typing), travel/meeting arrangements, purchasing, time sheet records, payroll records, accounting files, DoD security records, government billing • Attended Board of Directors meetings and kept minutes • Recruited, tested, hired and supervised secretarial/clerical staff Additional Experience Established, operated and managed a retail art and framing gallery including setting up the retail store, hiring personnel, selecting and ordering art pieces and operating supplies, dealing with artists and customers, maintaining the books, inventory records, sales and disbursements. In recent years, Karen has been doing freelance consulting for companies in a wide range of duties, mostly editing. She has also published the following books which can be seen on www.amazon.com. 1. The Frozen Leaf 2. Lower Bravia is Burning 3. Poems, Songs and Other Miscellany 4. The Tunnel 5. Back There: A Female Assassin Proves You Can’t Go Home Again 6. The Greening of Trish (Now being used as required reading in a university course) 7. It’s a Matter of Faith—Or Is It? 8. I’m Not Like You (short story) 9. Dancing With the Stars 10. I Saw a White Horse Today 11. Home is Where My Heart is
Warrenton, Virginia, United States
Althrutbertic - Freelance Business Card Design & Business Development
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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Zhejiang BHS Journal Bearing Co., Ltd. is an enterprise of professional design, research, development, manufacturing, and sales of hydro&static dynamic slide bearings. The company has been focusing on slide bearing’s design, manufacture, experiment and fault diagnosis for many years, BHS has become an excellent supplier of solutions for sliding bearing systems in China.The company produces various kinds of slide bearings, which are widely used in motors, turbomachinery, fans, compressors, gearboxes, and high-speed pumps, expenders. "BHS Bearing " products have been widely using in domestic energy, petrochemical, industrial transmission, and high precision fields. In addition, Our products have been exported to more than 20 countries.Customization: We have a strong R&D team,and we can develop and produce products according to the drawings or samples the customers offered. https://www.bhsbearings.com/product/tilting-pad-thrust-bearing/high-speed-circulating-pump-bearing.html https://www.freelanced.com/
Los Angeles, California, United States
Amber Boudreau - Freelance Graphic Design & Website Design
172
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$30
Rate/Hr
Highly creative, multi-talented and passionate Graphic Designer with extensive experience in print design, website graphics and website design. PRINT DESIGN • Brochures • Business Cards • Flyers • Posters • Post Cards • Stationary • Presentation Folders • Banners • Packaging Materials • Menus • Newspaper • Magazine Ads GRAPHIC AND WEBSITE DESIGN • Graphic Design • Website Sketch, Layout and Design • Website Graphic Design • Photo Editing • Photo Manipulation • Content Management • SEO and Google Analytics • E-commerce • HTML and CSS • Adobe Creative Suite CS6 MARKETING • Marketing Strategies • Promotional Campaigns • Branding and Identity • Advertising • Web Consulting • Public Relations • Social Media
Collinsville, Connecticut, United States
Tilly Devine - Freelance Art & Tattoo Design
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Kudos
2.5
2 Skills
$30
Rate/Hr
Im looking to get experiance in any and every which way possible.My passion is Artistic Expression, using many mediums and extensive inter-persnal dynamics iam able to flexibly adapt to any situation and have the ability to learn quickly and become no-doubt a beneficial asset.
Victoria, Australia
Ron Mark - Freelance Narration & Creative Writing
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$150
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VOICEOVER ACTOR AND NARRATOR. Fifty years acting, coaching acting, voice, speech, wrote 55+ plays, earned 60 productions; performed professionally in 40+ shows, classically trained. Currently professor in communications at St. Xavier University, Chicago. Taught acting at Steppenwolf Theatre, Victory Gardens, DePaul University, Columbia College, Sing, write satire, poetry for special occasions.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Stuart Munro - Freelance Cartooning & Comic Art
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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Currently working for DC Thompson, with regular work in both The Beano & The Dandy, ranging from mini-strips, full page stories to puzzle pages. Other credits include writing and character design on Cosgrove Hall films' (home of Dangermouse and Count Duckula) The Carrotty Kid, creating corporate characters for the Shorefield's Holiday Park kids club - which were merchandised, T-Shirt design, commission portraits and mural painting.
Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Dee Thomas - Freelance Article Writing & Proofreading
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$50
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I enjoy writing about many things, such as cooking, baking, candy making, crafts and crafting, as well as writing about garndeing, and the different ways to garden. I am so interested in helping others with their writing as well as being a ghost writer. I love to read and check grammer and spelling errors. I am open to writing about anything, so if you are looking for someone for any type of writing, please send me a note, and I will get in touch with you, as soon as I get your inviation....Thank-You,
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Paris Holley composer - Freelance Music Composition & Audio Production
22
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$60
Rate/Hr
I specialize in music for film, television, and interactive media. My genres include, Horror, Suspense, Emotions, Jazz, Romance, Far East, Rock, Crime, Electronic, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Hip-Hop, and the list goes on. I've found that trying to come up with music from the script has always been difficult. The score, for me, is dictated by the way the images are laid out. The movement, the pacing, the timing and facial expressions. Other than the common denominator of whether it is going to be a romance or an action film, horror or a fantasy, you can take the same script and make 20 different movies from it, and that, for me, would require 20 different music scores.What works for me is to look at the rough cut of the film or video with absolutely no preconceptions of what I'm going to do. In other words, the more blank I can make my mine, the better the outcome will be for the project. So the first level of my process is the initial impression of a musical piece. Now I've got something-a theme, or motif, or rhythmic feel-that I think is going to work. The next part is really hard because it is about really applying it to the film, and that involves watching it a lot. I will take the rough cut media to my studio, watch over and over. I start coming up with lots of ideas and recording them and trying them out and moving them in multi variations. It is kind of a crazy process, because then I get to a point where I have too many ideas and I have to see how this idea will fit next to that idea, and how they can go together. I can't start actually writing the score until I'm very confident that I have all of the pieces in place. Now, I don't know how they are going to fit together exactly, but getting those components in order is the hardest part of scoring to me.It is good to know that the technical stuff doesn't make the score. It helps with the presentation, and directors really want that nowadays, but it still hasn't changed the fact that the art is still the art, and it is still about capturing tone. And capturing the tone is probably the most important thing you are going to give the production.
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jay Bee - Freelance Ghostwriting & Song Writing
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$10
Rate/Hr
I have been writing lyrics for about 10 years im no professional or greatly recognized, but I know I have talent. Personally I choose to write on a more intellectual stand point but I am very versitile when it comes to music.
Dallas, Texas, United States