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Curtis Woodward - Freelance Report Writing & Newsletter Writing
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CURTIS WOODWARD Email: propaganda1921@live.com D.O.B.: 7/8/86 Employment Details Currently 2011- TheBigTip.com.au - Rugby league editor Editing other writers articles on a daily basis and contributing my own articles where necessary to ensure the continued prosperity of the section. Devil's advocate: http://www.thebigtip.com.au/league/devils-advocate Rugby league...
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Nikki - Freelance Report Writing & Article Writing
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Sophie O'Brien - Freelance Report Writing & Proofreading
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Paris Holley composer - Freelance Music Composition & Audio Production
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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
Eddie Torres - Freelance Drawing & Painting
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Eddie Torres New York City EXHIBITIONS 2013 Single Fare 3, NYC 2012 NY Realism Fine Art Show, NYC 2006 Figure Al Fresco Group Show, Battery Park, NYC 2005 Figure Al Fresco Group Show, Battery Park, NYC PUBLICATIONS 2013 "Drawings & Sketches" by Eddie Torres April Barebrush Calendar, Curator: David Reuss, Salmagundi Club "Reflections, A Collection of Art", Art Impressions Publishing February Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Marina Hadley, Monkdogz Urban Art January Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Mikaela Sardo Lamarche, ACA Galleries 2012 December Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Artist & Curator D.S. Wade November Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Art Writer/Editor David Masello October Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Ann Aptaker "Poets and Artists Magazine", Issue 37, August 2012 July Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Robert W. Pillsbury, Salmagundi Club June Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Charles Yoder, Salmagundi Club May Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Lee Vasu, Dacia Gallery 2011 December Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Joyce Pommer, Franklin 54 Gallery November Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Mikaela Sardo LaMarche, ACA Galleries "Witch Hunter #6", Monarch Comics April Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Robert Curcio, TheGreatNude.tv February Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Ed Brennan, Salmagundi Club 2010 August Barebrush Calendar, Curator: Mikaela Sardo LaMarche, ACA Galleries AWARDS 2013 1st Place, Best of the Rest, Barebrush Calendar (February) 1st & 2nd Place, Best of the Rest, Barebrush Calendar (January) 2nd Place, My Favorite ****, Barebrush Calendar (January) 2012 1st & 3rd Place, Best of the Rest, Barebrush Calendar (November)1st & 2nd Place, Best of the Rest, Barebrush Calendar (October) 2nd Place, Best of the Rest, Barebrush Calendar (August) 1st Place, People's Choice, Barebrush Calendar (June) 2nd Place, Picturedraw Portrait Competition 1st Place, People's Choice, Barebrush Calendar (May) 2nd Place, My Favorite ****, Barebrush Calendar (May) 2011 1st Place, Curator's Choice, Barebrush Calendar (November) 2nd Place, My Favorite ****, Barebrush Calendar (November) 1st Place, My Favorite ****, Barebrush Calendar (April) 1st Place, My Favorite ****, Barebrush Calendar (February) 2010 1st Place, Curator's Choice and **** of the Month, Barebrush Calendar (August) 1st Place, My Favorite ****, Barebrush Calendar (August)
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Heather Long - Freelance Book Design & Magazine Design
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I have been writing poetry since I was in middle school. I am 34 now. I just write and the magic pours onto the paper. This is my art. Its a way to express myself and tell others about me. I sometimes write based on experience or just write.
Park City, Utah, United States
Gap20 - Freelance German Translation & Programming
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I am a computer engineer with knowledge of various programming languages and database technologies. I also hold and Advanced Diploma in German language and a Special Diploma in German translation. I am currently looking for opportunities in translation as a freelance translator.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
David Webb - Freelance Video Editing & Music Production
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Computer and network support specialist by day, songwriter, guitarist, music and video producer by night. I bring a wide range of skills to the table mixing a practical mix of computer, network and software experience with loads of creativity and passion for the arts. I have worked on both sides of the camera and in pre/post production capacities including storyboarding, location scouting, lighting and sound support, editing (final cut pro, adobe premiere and vegas video). I have a great passion for music and have been writing, recording and performing my original works for over 15 years. From my home studio I am able to record, edit and produce video and music projects and am currently involved with local independent productions as much as possible. I dive into my work and involve myself with every aspect possible. I am a valuable asset to any production and bring many specializations into any project.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Allen Baswell - Freelance Journalistic Writing & Article Writing
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Allen Baswell With my 20-plus years experience as a reporter-writer with weekly, bi-weekly, and daily newspapers, magazines, etc., plus covering everything from city and county government, education, features as well as sports, I feel that these components should make me a suitable candidate for a freelance writing position CAREER HISTORY: September 2012-Present: Contributing Writer, The Real Story, Columbus, Ms. The Real Story is an on-line publication that was once available in print. I have covered Starkville Board of Aldermen meetings, Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisor meetings, Caledonia Board of Aldermen meetings, Columbus City Council meetings, Lowndes County Board of Supervisors meetings, and I write about Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Alabama sports. March 2011-March 2012 Staff writer/radio host, Rebel One Media, Oxford, Ms. I wrote articles for Game Time Rebels, a monthly publication devoted to coverage of Ole Miss sports, and I wrote game stories and columns for the Rebels247.com web site. I also served as a host/co-host for some sports talk shows on the Reb Sports Radio Network. I was also the color analyst and later play-by-play announcer for Oxford High School football games during the 2011 season. November 2009--May 2010 Staff reporter, The Commercial Dispatch, Columbus, Ms. I covered crime and courts, Caledonia Board of Aldermen meetings, Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau meetings, Columbus-Lowndes County E-911 meetings. I also wrote general assignment pieces assigned to me, as well as business feature stories and regular feature stories. I handled photography for some of these assignments. OTHER CARERR INFORMATION: I have written for weekly, bi-weekly, and daily newspapers, magazines and specialty publications and journals as a fulltime writer and freelance contributor since 1990. I’ve lived and worked primarily in Mississippi and Alabama. On many occasions, I have had to be responsible for taking my own photos. I have over six years experience in radio as well. EDUCATION INFORMATION: I graduated from Booneville High School, Booneville, Ms., in May, 1983. In August, 1983, I enrolled at Northeast Mississippi Junior College, Booneville, Ms., where I was a journalism major. I wrote for the campus newspaper, The Beacon, and I contributed short drama and short fiction to the school’s literary journal The Flambeau. I had two one-act plays published in The Junior College Writer, the journal of the Mississippi Junior College Creative Writing Association. I won second and third place in Drama my freshman and sophomore years respectively. I transferred to the University of Mississippi--Ole Miss--in August, 1985. I completed my studies in December, 1989, with a BA in journalism with a minor in English. I worked for a local radio station in Oxford, and wrote for the student newspaper The Daily Mississippian and was a part time sports writer for The Oxford Eagle. AWARDS, ACCOMPLISHMENTS I won awards from Mississippi Press Association (1996-2000) for writing and photography; and from 2005-08, I won four awards from the same association for Best Sports Feature Writing, including a first place award. REFERENCES: Joseph St. John, Publisher, The Real Story, Columbus, Ms. 662-497-2914 Chris Hannon, Editor, The Real Story, Columbus, Ms. 662-368-8181 Nanette Laster, Editor, The Grenada Star, Grenada, Ms. 662-226-4321
Aberdeen, Mississippi, United States
Eric Maragulia - Freelance Article Writing & Fiction Writing
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I am an avid writer with a B.A. in English Literature. I pay close attention to detail and maintain a high level of professionalism where deadlines are concerned. I have experience writing speeches, essays, fiction, screen plays, and most other non-technical projects. In addition, I have worked as a proofreader/editor and transcriber in previous careers. I will negotiate my rate based on the individual project and timeline provided. If you have any questions or would like a sample of my work feel free to contact me!
Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, United States