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Emizael Moura - Freelance Portrait Painting & Landscape Painting
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Danbury, Connecticut, United States
Brandon Ferguson - Freelance Illustration & Portrait Painting
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Danbury, Connecticut, United States

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ponterdawe, Swansea, United Kingdom
Kirsten Kortlever - Freelance Graphic Design & Photo Editing
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I am a 21 year old mother of 2 beautiful little boys. I have always loved expressing my creativity through drawing/sketching, designing, sculpting and writing short and long stories. I went to college for graphic design and enjoyed every minute of it! From designing logos and creating pictures, to building websites and writing fictional and romance stories. I put my heart into any and all of the projects I work on. I enjoy what I do and don't really look at work as really work but more relaxing and fun.
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Judah Jibrin - Freelance Graphic Design & Comic Art
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Iam very creative, friendly, love drawing comics, painting or reading. I have a B.A in Fine Arts, majored in Painting from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria in 2008. I feel happy when sketching super heroes and character designings.
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Tracy Kaler - Freelance Blog Writing & Travel Writing
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TRACY KALER LIFESTYLE + TRAVEL WRITER Experience Lifestyle and Travel Writer, New York, NY April 2011 to present ?Co-author of 48-hour New York Travel Guide published in 2016 by National Geographic in partnership with Delius Books in Berlin. Lifestyle and travel writer for publications such as Metro New York, Olive Oil Times, Mabuhay Magazine, City Guide NY, TravelMag, BrickUnderground, and others. ?Founder and Editor of the blog, Tracy’s New York Life: www.tracysnewyorklife.com Write, edit, and manage popular NYC blog, garnering 15,000 unique visitors monthly. Topics include living, food and drink, travel, culture, happenings, and more. ?Freelance writer and social media consultant for small businesses including interior design, food, fashion, real estate, and jewelry. Clients include Coldwell Banker, Sweet Basil Catering, Watch NY, Charles P. Rogers, and Elika Real Estate. ?New York Local Travel Expert, Answers.com July 2013 to December 2016 Selected from many applicants to be the New York Travel expert for Wiki/Answers.com website. Pollaro Custom Furniture, Union NJ November 2010 to November 2011 Director of Sales ?Sales and marketing for New York area for custom high-end furniture company ?Created and managed new marketing campaign for New York including catalog, website and additional marketing materials ?Acted as Art Director, Copywriter and Proofreader for new website, catalog and brochure, and proposals Holly Hunt, New York NY July 2007 to November 2010 Sales Associate ?Showroom sales and administration ?Furniture, lighting, textiles, art and accessories sales to the interior design trade in the top producing Holly Hunt showroom in the country ?Product lines included Christian Liaigre, Christian Astuguevielle, Holly Hunt Collection, and nationally recognized fine artists ?Booked sales for 2009 were more than $3 million ?Increased personal sales from 2008 to 2009 by more than 25% in a weak economy Bertolet Kaler & Associates, Atlanta, Georgia July 2000 to June 2007 Owner ?Self-owned and operated residential interior design business ?Estimating, budgets, implementation, and installation ?Designer and copywriter for website and all marketing materials Bauder College, Atlanta, Georgia March 2001 to April 2004 Adjunct Instructor, Interior Design Department ?Residential Design, Textiles and Materials, and Business Procedures ?Architectural Graphics, Rendering, and Portfolio ?Active in strategic planning, course evaluation, writing and development Education The Art Institute of Philadelphia Major: Interior Design ?Associate Degree in Specialized Technology, 135 credit hours ?Completed intensive 3-year degree program in just 27 months ?Merit Scholarship, Honors, Drafting Tutor, ASID student member ?Outstanding Achievement Award in Interior Design ?Completed Gotham Writers’ Workshop “Write it Right” one-day intensive course ?Completed Gotham Writers’ Workshop Creative Writing Course ?Completed Mediabistro Social Media Boot Camp Other Skills/Background ?Active on social media including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram ?Experience on Blogger and Wordpress ?Photography ?Cooking ?Entertaining ?Decorating References ?Available upon request
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Carlisle Robinson - Freelance Comic Art & Graphic Novel Art
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Carlisle Robinson is a deaf genderqueer Canadian and American comic creator and illustrator. They are passionate about educating the public with rarely told stories by the minority groups, especially deaf people. They went to Gallaudet University for undergrad. They graduated from The Center for Cartoon Studies in Spring 2015 with a Master of Fine Arts. They draw everything using Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud and Wacom Intuos 4 tablet. Resume is on my website, www.carlisle-robinson.com
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Richard Reinert - Freelance Proposal Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Richard Lawrence Reinert A Career Summary 313 - 39 Parliament Street (416) 362-0455 (h) Toronto, Ontario M5A 4R2 rilare@hotmail.com Education PhD., Physical Oceanography, New York University; Dissertation title: The role of shear in oceanic diffusion from a continuous point source. B.A., Physics, University of Buffalo; graduate studies in education at Buffalo State College and Canisius College, Buffalo, NY; completed three years at the U. S. Coast Guard Academy; trained in creative problem-solving (Synectics). Professional recognition Who's Who In America, 2001; 1990 Boston Urban Bankers Community Service Award; 1986 Outstanding Program Host, WUMB-FM; Winner, Gooderham & Worts Neighborhood Photography Contest, Nov., 2003; Distinguished Cadet, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 1956. Scientific Experience Author, “The Island Airport and Water Pollution” (2005), published on the Community Air web site; Research Scientist, Lake Ontario Environmental Laboratory Faculty, SUNY Oswego, NY (1973-74) Conducted field measurements of physical factors affecting the dispersal of thermal effluent from power plants proposed for Lake Ontario, published results; Assistant Professor of Oceanography, Humboldt State College 1968-73, 1975 & 1978 (Program Leader, 1971-73). Revised course offerings, collaborated with physics department to create new degree category, and introduced graduate curriculum. Associate Research Scientist, College of Science and Engineering, New York University, 1966-1968, performed computerized multi-parameter statistical regressive analysis of NYC meteorological & pollutant data to predict air pollution. Assistant Research Scientist, Meteorology & Oceanography, New York University, 1960-66. Conducted field experiments in Long Island Sound and analyzed data to predict surface water contamination; scientific observer on Equilant I aboard U. S. Coast &Geodetic Survey Ship Explorer, first international expedition to the tropical Atlantic. Management & Organizational Development Public Relations Administrator, Mariposa In The Schools, Toronto ON (2003) - Consulted and assisted fundraising, public relations, volunteer recruitment and special events; Executive Producer, Boston Harbor Revival, Boston, MA (1990-1991) - Recruited and organized twenty governmental, environmental and arts organizations to conceptualize and participate in this multicultural environmental arts festival, attended by 3500 people. Supervised a crew of approximately one hundred people, primarily volunteers, including Pete Seeger and the Hudson River Sloop Singers; Management Consultant (1990-1997) - Provided services in fundraising, production of special events, and strategic planning; Director of Management Resources, Massachusetts Cultural Alliance, Boston, MA (1984-1989) - Directed the Organizational Development Project, a client-centered management assistance program for thirty-seven small cultural organizations. Provided technical assistance, supervised two staff, six consultants, and numerous volunteers; Director of Community Arts and Festivals, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA (1982-1984) - Produced the Cambridge River Festival, which attracted 75,000 people to a summer of events. Managed a portfolio of 50 community arts grants and provided technical assistance to grant applicants and other Cambridge arts organizations; founded the Market House Music Hall, a performing arts center in Oswego, NY (1975-1981). Development/Fundraising Director of Development and Public Relations, VIVE, Inc., Buffalo, NY (1996-2001) - Raised $1 Million annually through grants, contributions and government contracts. Increased contributions from individuals and churches from $150,000 in 1997 to $400,000 in 2001; Development Director, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY (1994-95) - Tripled contributed income from individuals, grants and special events. Produced 85th Anniversary Dinner, arranged benefit performance by the Flying Karamazov Brothers with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra sponsored by The Buffalo News; Executive Producer, Boston Harbor Revival, Boston, MA (1990-91) - Raised $110,000 for this environmental festival on Georges Island in Boston Harbor. As Director of Management Resources, Massachusetts Cultural Alliance raised $50,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the Fidelity Corp. to develop and publish The Road Map To Success. Sales of the book also generated substantial earned income; Development Director, Revels, Inc., Cambridge, MA (1998-90) - Raised contributed income for this celebration of the winter solstice, having an audience of 18,000 annually. Tripled corporate contributions, doubled foundation grants to total of $300,000, one-third of operating budget. Researched and cultivated income sources; wrote all grant proposals and solicitations, initiated successful corporate underwriting. Communications Author, 2010 online review, http://dcmetrosftp.org./newsletters/NL20100316.html#Seasick of Seasick by Alanna Mitchell Contributing writer, The Toronto Bulletin (2005 – present) Author, “drink in the light” a chap book of original poetry and photography, February 2007; Vive, Inc., (1996-2001) - Wrote, edited, and designed bi-monthly newsletter mailed to 4,000 addresses. Produced special events and greatly improved public relations. Generated significant media coverage in Canada and United States; Host, Circles in the Stream, WUMB-FM, Boston, MA (1985-1989) a weekly one-hour radio program on this National Public Radio affiliate, that featured national and local musicians in a lively performance/interview format. Initiated a monthly live studio audience show, which has since become a major membership benefit; Conceptualized, co-authored, and edited The Road Map To Success (1988), a 200-page book on the development of small non-profit cultural organizations. The work has become a classic; Leading interviewer for the Simmons College Early Adulthood Research Project and UMass/Boston Center for Survey Research; Publicized Market House Music Hall performances (1975 - 1981); Produced and hosted “The Land’s Edge,” a one-hour television documentary about the sea coast of Humboldt County, California, 1972. Volunteer Activities Since residing in Toronto: Buskerfest 2010, Epilepsy Toronto 2010 Marathon, Member, Board of Directors, Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Foundation; Staff (editorial & design) of Vision (the Gooderham & Worts Neighborhood Assn. newsletter); Community Air Steering Committee - active in publicity and technical assistance; University Settlement Recreation Centre fundraising committee, and Music Arts Advisory Committees; volunteer, Distillery Jazz Festival. Prior to Toronto: Facilitator of planning for the Springville Arts Center, Springville NY; Chair, community/corporate relations, VISION For Tomorrow, Buffalo, NY, 1996; Voiced announcements for 1995/96 WBFO-FM and 1994 WNED-AM fundraising drives; Facilitated mission development for Family Preservation Consortium and Project Dandelion, Buffalo, NY, 1995; Organized fundraising event for the Committee to Reelect (Massachusetts State Representative) Patricia Jehlen, 1992; Panelist, 1991 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Awards; President, Folk Arts Network, 1987-93; National Society of Fundraising Executives 1988 Fundraising Day Committee; Member, Advisory Board, StageSource,1986-88; Producer of Cambridge River Festival, Cambridge, MA, 1983 and Winterfaire, Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, MA, January 1983; Acted on behalf of Intervener in hearings on proposed Rochester Gas & Electric, power plants at Sterling (NY), 1976-77. Public Event Production and Publicity Producer/publicist: Mariposa In The Schools Artists Extravaganza, October 2003; World Refugee Day in Buffalo, June 20, 2001; 15th Anniversary of VIVE La Casa, 2000; Three Inca Son concerts @ Canisius College, Central Library of Buffalo & Erie Co. and Community School 53, Buffalo, NY. Oct. 16-18, 1999; 50th Anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, held at Buffalo Federal Detention Center, Batavia, NY, December 12, 1998; VIVE La Casa Open House, December 6, 1997; As founder and director of Compass Concerts, Buffalo, NY (1994-1997), produced thirty concerts of world ethnic music in Western New York, one-half at public schools and colleges. Sponsors included the American Association of Teachers of French, Genesee Community College, SUNY at Buffalo, local public schools, WBFO-FM and WBNY-FM; Produced 85th Anniversary Celebration, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, Sept. 1995 and The Flying Karamazov Brothers with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, to benefit the Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, March 1995; SCRABBLE Souper Bowl, Camp Fire Boys & Girls, Buffalo, NY, Jan. 1995? Produced Folk Arts Network Conference, Cambridge, MA, November 1993; Fundraising Concert for Massachusetts State Representative Pat Jehlen, October 1992; Produced "Hearts Can Be United," Cambridge, MA, October 1990; Produced Revels' Spring Sing, Cambridge, MA, 1989/90 “A Little Night Music,” Cambridge, MA, 1990 and Revels Pub Sing, Cambridge, MA, 1989; Produuced Joe Hickerson Concert (Oberlin College Alumni) Cambridge, MA, 1984; Directed four Railroad Productions concerts in Ithaca and Syracuse, NY, 1978-80; Presented World Premier of "And They Used To Star In Movies, "Skylab Umbrella Days," 1979 and "The Alley Cats," 1976 in Oswego, NY; Produced 400 performances at the Market House Music Hall and Lowlife Caffe, Oswego, NY, 1975-81. Interests Preservation of the natural environment, writing short stories and poetry, photography, sailing, cycling, theatre, cooking, and playing Scrabble©.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Lwazi Kunene - Freelance Book Illustration & Comic Art
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I'm a good illustrator that's mostly self-taught. I always think of myself as the "underdog" to be able to push my performance, got tons of expirience from working at Strika Entertainmen, Dreamcatcher Studios and (currently) at Jincom Publishers.
cape town, Western Cape, South Africa
Melissa Teets - Freelance Editing & Grant Writing
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I have worked in the field of education for 15 years. I have worked in low-performing schools, a wilderness school, and am presently the Advanced Placement Facilitator for a STEM school in Durham, NC. Melissa Noel Teets, M.A,.NBCT melissa.teets@hillsident.net personal: (919) 649-9398 1204 Dover St. Roxboro, NC 27573 Education 1997: West Virginia University (Morgantown, WV); M.A. in Secondary Education with an English Specialization; 4.0 G.P.A. 1994: Bethany College (Bethany, WV); B.A. in English Education; 4.0 G.P.A. Work Experience May 2011-June 2011: U.S. Department of Education -Grant Reviewer • I worked with other educators across the country to review grant applications for the AP Implementation Grant Program. 2010-Present: Hillside New Tech High School (Our school is a part of the New Tech Network and the New Schools Network) -AP Coordinator (January 2011-present) • I have designed a contract for parents and students outlining the guidelines and expectations for our AP program. Our school only offers Honors level and AP courses and this is our fourth year as a school. Students were enrolling in the AP courses without really understanding the amount of work that would be required of them. • I supervise the coordination of major assignments among AP teachers, including summer assignments • I meet with students who appear in our AP Potential program, but are not initially enrolled in an AP course to find an AP course that they may benefit from. • I monitor summer programs and workshops for AP and AIG students; I work with them on their applications, finding financial aid, meet any other needs • I oversee teacher training in summer workshops and presentations -New Teacher Mentor • implementation of Project Based Learning in my classroom • courses: AP Literature and Composition, AP Language and Composition, Creative Writing -Supervisor, Dr. William Logan: william.logan@hillsident.net August, 2010 to Present: Durham Technical Community College -I teach evening courses: Developmental College Reading and Developmental College English -Supervisor, Robi Muckenfuss: muckenfussr@durhamtech.edu August 17-September 21: Three Springs of NC; Pittsboro, NC (laid off; facility is now closed) -Teacher, English -Students are not grouped by grade level; I design individualized lessons based on the NC Standard Course of Study, the student’s reading level, and his or her interests -Supervisor, Ann Scott, (919) 542-1104 I resigned from Person County schools due to health reasons. I acquired toxic mold poisoning from my classroom and had some serious health issues. June, 2009-Present: North Carolina Virtual Public School --Teacher, American Literature -- I work with online tools like Wimba, Pronto, Teacher Tube, Speech Archives, to teach American Literature to high school students. I am responsible for contacting each student by phone once per week, keeping grades, and submitting a number of forms to my supervisors. -Supervisor, Michelle Lourcey, (919) 218-8680 August 2006-June 2009: Person High School; Roxboro, NC -Teacher, Advanced Placement Language and Composition;American Literature; Speech and Debate -Faculty Advisor (and founder), African-American Leaders of Person High School -Nominee, Teacher of the Year (for Person High School) -Teacher Mentor to Three Teachers -Assistant Varsity Coach, Men’s Basketball -Curriculum Advisor for Advanced Placement Audit Process -Coordinator, NC Project Graduation -Supervisor, 2006-2008 Margaret Bradsher, (336) 599-0202 March 2004-Present: Curriculum Specialist, Durham Public Schools -I have designed over 100 lesson plans for the system-specific lesson plan database (including an entire course for African-American Literature and English I) - I have designed literature units for young adult novels and short stories that align with the North Carolina Standard Course of Study -I wrote an entire AP Language Course, including, “What Does it Mean to be Poor in America?” and “How Have the Events of September 11th Affected Our Civil Liberties?” -Supervisor, Anna Frost, (919) 560-2000 August 2003-June 2006: Northern High School; Durham, NC -Designed and taught African-American Studies Course -Teacher, English I, Advanced Placement Language, Journalism -Advisor, School Newspaper -Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball Team -Member of the AVID site team (Advancement Via Individual Determination) -Supervisor, Dan Gilfort, 919 560 9190 x11222 July 1997-June 2003: Pinecrest High School; Southern Pines, NC -Teacher, English I; English III; African-American Studies -Director of Sports Medicine -Assistant Athletic Director -Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball Team -Member, Superintendent’s Leadership Academy -Lead Teacher, Ninth Grade Academy -Nominee, Golden Apple Award for Classroom Innovation -Supervisor, Paula Boyer, (910) 692-6554 Additional Skills and Training New Tech Network Training -trained in the application and practice of Project Based Learning -trained in practice and application of integrating technology into every daily lesson College Board -AP Language and Composition (I received a scholarship from college board to attend this training because I designed a program that taught AP Language to our AVID students, of which 86% were a minority.) “Teaching an Online Course” -I completed this course offered through Learn NC (30 CEU credits) on how to design and conduct online courses. Blackboard Training -I have used Blackboard as a part of my AP courses for the past two years, and presently for my community college courses. I scored SAT essays for Pearson education during the 2008-09 school year. As part of the technology that we emphasize at New Tech, I have a great deal of experience with wikis, online grading systems, google docs, google sites, movie maker and other Web 2.0 tools as they relate to my curriculum. AVID Training: Advanced Methods for The English Classroom References William Logan, Principal, Hillside New Tech High School (919) 697-5030 william.logan@dpsnc.net Dan Gilfort, Principal, Durham Performance Learning Center (919) 560-9190 x.11222 danny.gilfort@dpsnc.net Kathryn Stuver, colleague, Hillside New Tech High School kathryn.stuver@hillsident.net
Clayton, North Carolina, United States