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Arbin - Freelance Advertising & Sales
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I am a man and trying to present something
Kent, United Kingdom

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Damien Prince - Freelance Portrait Art & Drawing
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I'm 26 years old and an electrician by trade. I have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome in the last few months. So I'm not able to do that kind of work much longer. I love to draw portraits on the side in my spare time. Am trying to go full time with it. Kids, families, pets, it does not matter I can draw it. Would feel privileged to draw for you. Its your picture so I know it means a lot to you, that's why I put my heart into my pictures. Please contact me and we could do a wonderful drawing for you.
Shreveport, Louisiana, United States
Rachel Trautmann - Freelance Wedding Photography & Event Photography
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My name is Rachel Trautmann. I began photographing simply because MySpace was invented. I wanted to show my friends the life I lived. My photos slowly developed into me noticing things around me that I never had before. I started to explore photography as an art form in 2006. I graduated high school in 2008 and began college with my Photography degree in 2009. I have been working as a freelance photographer since 2010. Studied Photography at Pensacola State College, Class of 2012. Showcased: Power of Photography Show 2010 Power of Photography Show 2011, Honorable Mention Awarded Pensacola State Fair 2011 Pensacola State College 2012 Student Honors Exhibition, Award of Merit Awarded ViewBug.com, Best Shot in March of 2013.
Pensacola, Florida, United States
Bonnie Rios - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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Bonnie M. Rios La Garita, Alajuela, Costa Rica (506)8559-8570 bonnie.rios@educate.ace.edu U.S. Address: 1000 Dover Heights Trail Mansfield, TX 76063 (682)367-6975 Objective Seeking online teaching opportunity in a dynamic, educational environment in which to use my skill, training, and education as a teacher, trainer, communicator, and encourager. Summary of Qualifications • Nine years’ experience in secondary education; five years’ experience in student service environment • Effective communicator/educator experienced in leading and facilitating numerous programs and activities • Highly committed to motivating students to reach their highest potential by helping them recognize their own worth and encouraging them to set goals and follow their dreams • Model flexibility and optimism at all times, including those of transition or upheaval • Capable of teaching students of diverse abilities and backgrounds as well as concurrent instruction of multiple grade levels and abilities • Experienced in use of APA formatting at bachelor’s and master’s degree level • Naturally gifted encourager, mentor, and counselor • Model flexibility and optimism at all times, including those of transition or upheaval • Maintain excellent interpersonal communication between colleagues and clients • Strong belief in positive reinforcement, “raising the bar”, and teamwork Relevant Experience American College of Education: 2012- June 2015 Dallas, TX Registration and Records Coordinator • Responsible for final degree audit of all pending graduates’ records. Includes verifying documents are present (transcripts, transfer credit documentation, certificate of completions for internships and capstones, etc.) Verify correct courses, required credits, grades, and GPA. Ensure all records are correct and corrected, if necessary. Confer degrees for all eligible students. Provide Provost/interim President final graduate numbers each term. • Order complimentary transcript provided to every graduate or certificate program completer at ACE. • Prepare and trigger email for diploma/certificate address and name verification for all graduates and certificate completers. Update records as needed to ensure correct information is on diplomas and they are delivered to the correct address. Order diplomas and certificates each term for graduates and certificate completers. • Run conferral fee report for all master’s degree and certificate students entering their final term and send to Bursar for processing. • Receive, review, and pre-approve all multiple course requests, leaves of absence, and program change requests on a term-by-term basis. Approve LOAs for all programs except Educational Leadership and Ed. D/Ed. S. Personally communicate with each student regarding the decisions and/or provide them with necessary information. • Communicate closely with Registration and Records, Student Services, Bursar, Enrollment Services, Admissions, and Academic departments to ensure students’ needs, requests, and issues are handled professionally, personably, and in a timely manner. • Streamlined processes for all personal job responsibilities resulting in greatly improved turn-around times as well as staff and student satisfaction. Created documents outlining the above responsibilities for inclusion in Registration and Records Process Manual. Bonnie M. Rios page 2 Relevant Experience, Continued American College of Education: 2011-2012 Dallas, TX Student Services Lead • Fielded calls and emails from students regarding every aspect of their educational experience. Researched issues and located answers to provide to students. • Interacted and coordinated with various departments to convey the students’ concerns. • Acted as liaison among the college’s departments and students for any concerns or discussions. • Served as go-to person in assisting students with ProQuest searches. • Prepared transcript requests for Educational Leadership students for department chair review. • Assumed management of internal audit of all active students upon illness of supervisor • Served as interim Student Services Supervisor from January 2012 until May 2012 while continuing to perform regular duties. Everest College: 2010-2011 Arlington, TX Student Services Coordinator • Worked closely with Dean in forecasting monthly reenrollment goals. Identified, contacted, and advised returning students and initiated re-entry process. Assisted students with leave of absence procedures, when appropriate, and maintained communication throughout LOA to insure timely return. • Assisted in controlling attrition through counseling and assisting students concerning housing, transportation, childcare, health, and other challenges in an effort to help them not only continue with their education but succeed in all areas of life. • Developed positive working relationship with all departments including admissions, career services, financial aid, and education leading to an environment of teamwork leading to better cooperation in serving our students. • Planned and organized bi-yearly commencement ceremonies including student registration/preparation, soliciting and securing vendors, locating and hiring keynote speaker, and hosting graduate/employer reception. Responsible for determining honors and other awards. • Planned, implemented, and/or assisted with various campus-wide events including, but not limited to: monthly awards ceremonies, Relay for Life, Graduate/Employer Networking Reception, Student/family Christmas event, and Fall Festival in addition to monthly activities sponsored by campus Student Ambassadors. • Responsible for campus communications as related to student events. • Held weekly math and English/language workshops for adult learners planning to take the GED tests. • Served as tutor for Ability to Benefit (ATB) students prior to entrance exam. • Trained and served as test proctor for entrance/placement exam (CPAT, Wonderlic, etc..). StoneGate Christian Academy: 2005-2010 Irving, TX Secondary Teacher • Served as middle school (7th and 8th grades) social science (Texas history, world geography), science (life and space/earth), 7th grade English, and Bible teacher. • Served as high school world history (9th grade), biology (9th grade), and New Testament Survey (10th grade) teacher. • Middle school lead teacher responsible for overseeing student disciplinary issues and communication between parents and administration. • Responsible for annual middle school science fair at school level and coordinator for district competition • Served as judge for district science and speech meets. Heartland Christian Academy: 2004-2005 Poplar Bluff, MO Elementary/Secondary Teacher Elementary • Primary teacher for 5th and 6th grade math, social studies, science, and Bible courses. • Created and implemented Scope and Sequence with corresponding objectives for all subjects taught. • Acted as an effective liaison between parents and administration. Bonnie M. Rios page 3 Relevant Experience, Continued Secondary • Served as 9th and 10th grade class sponsor, encourager, mentor, and counselor. • Primary teacher for world history (7th and 8th grades), civics and world geography (9th and 10th grades), and foreign language (German I, 9th-12th grades). • Worked closely with students, faculty, and school board during all school-sponsored events. Agape Christian School: 2001-2004 Poplar Bluff, MO Elementary/Secondary Teacher Elementary • 5th and 6th grade teacher of all core subjects, 2001-2004. • Taught 3rd and 4th grade history and science, 2001-2002. Secondary • 7th and 8th grade teacher of science and English, 2002-2004, in addition to above responsibilities. • Led and facilitated upper-chapel services for 5th through 8th grades on a monthly rotation basis. Education International TEFL and TESOL Training (ITTT): 2015-2016 TEFL/TESOL Certificate • 120 hours coursework- completed • 30 hours Teaching Business English in progress American College of Education: 2013-2015 Indianapolis, IN Master of Education in Educational Technology with Concentration in Digital Learning and Teaching • Graduated with 4.0 GPA Bonnie M. Rios page 4 Education, Continued Ashford University: 2008-2010 Clinton, IA Bachelor of Arts in Social Science with a Concentration in Biology • Graduated with distinction with a 3.92 GPA • Inducted into Alpha Lambda chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society in 2010 Liberty University: 2003-2004 Lynchburg, VA 9 hours Bible courses completed California State University: 1979-1986 Fullerton, CA 109 credit hours completed toward Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology References Available upon request
Arlington, Texas, United States
Brennan Burrington - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & 3D Animation
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Brennan Burrington 3D Generalist 778.689.6189 3dgbb.com (demo reel) 3dgbrennan@gmail.com Skills/Profile • Extensive experience in several 2D and 3D graphical applications; obtained from 3D program at the Art Institute. • Excellent communication and time management skills; acquired through experience in the retail industry • Innovative thinker; have developed ways to make the workplace more efficient • Highly motivated, self-starter, with a high level of integrity Software Proficiencies Maya Zbrush Photoshop Illustrator Flash Dreamweaver Premiere After Effects Crazy Bump MS Office Education The Art Institute of Vancouver – Burnaby B.C. (2010) • 3D Modeling for Animation and Games Diploma Worked as an Environment modeler as well as the Front End Lead on the Game Production: Angelous Maximus 3000 A.D. Burnaby, B.C. • Modeled, UV’d, and textured various assets for the environment • Created collision meshes • Designed several 2D Front End elements • Worked closely with designers to achieve their initial vision • Created concepts for characters and Environments • Followed strict deadlines Alberni District Secondary School – Port Alberni B.C. (2007) • Graduated with honours and obtained Dogwood Scholarship for abilities in Graphic Design Professional Experience Staples Business Depot (Burnaby B.C.) (October 2010 – Present) Computer Technology Associate Supervisor: Jennifer Moore (604.434.6484) • Improved people skills from selling merchandise tailored to each customer’s needs • Created custom graphics for store and customer use in the Copy and Print Center • Honed problem solving skills through experience in repairing customers’ computers Staples Business Depot (Port Alberni B.C.) (October 2007 – June 2008; Holidays 2008 and 2009) Same position as above Supervisor: Gerry Dennis (250.720.2460) Canadian Tire (Port Alberni, B.C.) (2006-2007) Sales Associate Supervisor: Sean Currie (250.720.0085) • Assisted customers; sold merchandise, cut keys and mixed paint • Sharpened organizational skills through general store maintenance and sanitizing departments References available upon request
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Daniel Lynch - Freelance Illustration, Animation, Digital Art, & Drawing
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Daniel Patrick Lynch¬¬¬¬¬ 2D artist and animator Dplynchart@hotmail.com Skills: Illustration, storyboarding, & character designs using Adobe Illustrator & Adobe photoshop.3D modeling, texturing, and animation using Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe after effects. 2D animation with Adobe flash Experience: Summer 2012-Brookline Access Television, Brookline MA Artist/animator • Developing animated PSA for reading to children • Screenwriting and animating a children’s nursery rhyme Summer 2009-The connection, South Boston, MA Sign Painter Summer 2009-Andrew Square Civic Association, South Boston, MA Painter(volunteer) • Aided artist/Dan Mcole in painting mural Summer 2009-New England Institute Of Art graphic design program, Brookline MA Painter(volunteer) • Aided artist/Cheryl Wolf in painting mural Fall 2003- Summer 2007 Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA Lab aid • Handled incoming calls & faxes; directed them to the appropriate parties. • Interacted with various departments/personnel • Organized and maintained files, and related documentation • Cleaned and organized equipment and implements used by laboratory technicians • Provided support to lab techs and department personnel as needed Education: Summer 2008-2013 The New England Institute of Art Brookline MA Bachelor of science degree in Animation Coursework: 2D animation, 3D modeling, 3D animation, Advanced 2D animation, Advanced 3D animation, Background design, character and object design, Digital imaging, Digital ink and paint , writing for animation, storyboarding , illustration, color theory and team production Accomplishments : Collaborated on with a team to work on a short film promoting The Riverside Learning Program, Illustrated and Designed layout for a children’s book
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Rorke - Freelance Art & Book Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
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One high detailed single character shot (one pose on a blank background) $100CAD Grey scale $170CAD Color Character sheet (3 portrait shots and 2 character poses on blank background) $130CAD Grey scale $200CAD Color Turn around sheet (5 turns of the same pose and 5 dynamic portrait shots on blank background) 190$CAD Grey scale 260$CAD Color Anything with a detailed background/action posses or group shots are automatically 500$CAD this would be art similar to cover work or poster work. examples: http://rorke.deviantart.com/art/May-I-never-wake-Painting-143554394 http://rorke.deviantart.com/#/d2h4ssi I usually ask for half upfront and half on completion per projects that are under 1500$CAD, not per sheet depending on how large the project is I can break it up more. Generally with projects over $1500CAD I ask for a 30% deposit and break it up into 3 to 4 payments after that. ------------- Comics: I don't do just pencil and inking I digitally paint the page fully. You can see some of my past comic work here for insight into what I mean. I have new sequential pages to show that are not on any of my threads. Please email me for a private viewing of my new stuff.. My rates for a comic issue: With comics my medium is usually digital painting with some slight line work, if your looking for pencil and ink. Unfortunately my work is a more fleshed out style. I usually paint every panel on each page that I do. So if your looking for something different I am open for the work in a couple months. Comic books seems to be the main thing I get commissioned for these days and so I will not be able to take on a major commitment until the December/January. So if people are passionate about having me on their project I ask that they put a 30% deposit down to lock me in to anything in the future. This also insures that when the new year rolls around you are still invested, since if I have a signed contract and a deposit I confidently can turn any other interested parties away. In the past I have been left in the lurch because people have lost interest in the project by the time my schedule opens up to do it. This puts me in a bad spot if I have been turning people down for a few months because I thought work was lined up. So in short the deposit and contract is an insurance policy that we will be working together when the time comes. Rule of thumb, I usually get deposits in from writers 4-5 months before the start date of most of my comics now. My schedule with comics/graphic novels is booked sometimes a year in advance, since most of my comics series run 8-10 issues long. One comic book series for me is usually a 2-4 year commitment and I really have to manage my time well between different projects. I have 3 comic projects on the go and I just barely hit deadlines. If I have no pressure happening at the time a comic book will normally take me 6 months to do. If I do have more then one on the go it will most likely take 8-9 months for a 22-32 page comic. My best advice for people seeking artists is not to expect a fast turn around, Go for 2-4 pages a month. Any more then that and the pages turn to crap and you burn the artist out. So will be taking on new comics around April 5th 2012 So before we get into the details think about these things first. -Can I make a 30% deposit on a 22-34 page comic? -Can I wait until April to see any work get started? -Am I prepared to pay 150$CAD -up to- 250$CAD per page? If you said no to anyone of those then I am probably not the artist for the project and I wish you all the luck in the world. If yes to all three of those things then by all means we can discuss your projects needs at full length. The rates> For high DPI work where I would need to be doing the lettering and bordering as well, your looking at around 170$-180$CAD per gray scale page/with 4 to 5 panels per page. The thing about comic books is that they are the most time consuming work out of all the other types of concept work in the industry. It is because it all has to flow, and I would be working on it all myself instead of just penciling or inking and then handing it over to someone else. So in the long run each page is probably cheaper than having to hire on a whole crew. Someone for penciling, someone for inking and then someone for coloring and lettering each page this type of thing can get pricey, so my method works well with indie comic book writers. I don't work on any project for royalties alone. If the profit sharing is considerably generous included with my page rates above, I will consider giving discounts on a per page rate. Or discounts on extra things, like covers and character sheets, that you may need to advertise the comic with. As examples, this may be something like 5-10$ off every 5th page, or a couple free character sheets. With royalty sharing I usually go out of my way to see it get to comic cons and that I partner up with you, the writer, to see it be introduced to the world. On the whole I don't really need royalties on top of my page rates, but it does make me invested in the project like a partner. So it’s something to consider. If your budget is really low per page I would suggest these things. -Get a letterer at a later date. -Opt for just a black and white comic; this would cut a big chunk of the fee out. If you really want color spring for a really eye catching cover on the comic in full color. That or save up and get someone to color the comic later on. (which your already doing) -Go for a low DPI>>>this is the one that will probably be cheap now but later on bite you in the butt. With a lower DPI it makes it really hard for the printers to work with and in most cases you will lose quality in the printing possess. -You could always shorten the number of pages as well to fit within your budget. -Just hire me out for 1-2 pages a month. 22 pages: With the 170-180$CAD page rates making a 22 page gray scale comic your looking at 3740$ -to-3960$ (not including cover) for gray scale/digital painted pages depending on what I have stated above. So 30% down would be 1200$ How long does it take to complete a page? Well its give and take really, some pages take longer while others only a day. Sometimes we get behind and sometimes we get way ahead. It usually balances out over time. Every once in a while a writer will come along and want to hire me out for 2-3 months. This usually saves them money, since uninterrupted work usually generates more pages. So you have the option of hiring me out for the month at 2200$CAD. (I am available to get snapped up for the month of April 2012 but I would need a deposit down as soon as possible since I have a few other possible projects gunning for the same spot so basically whoever can get themselves locked in to a contract first gets the month. I can have a speedy turnaround on small things like character sheets or cover pages and in the mean time we would go over the contract/finalized agreements and then start in on the script and the character bios so I can have a confident start once I finally do put pen to tablet. My character turn arounds are 500$CAD for a set of 5 (2 poses and 2 facial expressions B&W per character) 120$CAD on their own. Logos are 100$-300$ depending on whats needed of me. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For colored comic pages. Ok so, just as an example of what type of an undertaking a comic book can be, I am only one person. A lot of the time people hire on a comic crew. Somebody would do the penciling and then someone would ink it and then we would have someone come along and color it. Then it would get handed over to the editor and the person in charge of the word bubbles and fonts. Then sizing would happen and eventually the completed page would head over to the printers. For me as one freelancer alone to do pretty much every aspect of the comic… I would need to make sure I am thinking about the time it would take to complete each page. So, I would charge the prices I would ask if a comic crew had hired me on for one aspect of the job. And then add all the categories up. At high quality and depending on how many panels/frames in a page>>>> Ink/Greyscale tone work= 170$-180$ Color = 35$ And then add on the Lettering/Sizing and boarders = 10/hour AND edits which in itself needs to be discussed=TBD If it goes higher then 5 panels a page I ask for 16$ every extra panel. So around 210-260$CAD for colored work depending on how many panels per page. Making a colored 22 page comic will be $4620-to-$5720 with 30% down $1300-to-$1700CAD ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here are some questions that I would need answered before I can give you a page rate that suites your projects needs. -Does this need to be at 300DPI? -When's the start date? -When's the due date? - How many pages a month? -Would you be willing to do monthly payments. It’s much like a car payment for some of my indie writers except a comic has the possibility of profit once the project is complete, where as a car would just depreciate. -If your thinking about profit sharing, what type of % are you thinking about to bargain out? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cover Work Cover work usually takes 2.5 the amount of work as a normal comic page so your looking anywhere from 400-550$ for comic cover work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here are some things that you should know before we can go any farther. -The rates that I give include 2 major edits to each image after that I charge by the hour. (16$per hour) I like to get as much reference material from you and I ask many questions so that we have little or no edits off the bat so this should not be a big concern to you. I also will get a hold of you about such matters long before I start logging my hours. If the panel limit exceeds 5 panels I charge 16$ per every extra panel. -After the edits and a payment plan is agreed upon you would then draft up a contract and then mail 2 signed copies to me, one of which I would sign and mail back to you. Nothing fancy just has to be what we discussed and agreed upon in writing and signed by both parties. -I take a small % upfront to lock in all agreements. (non-negotiable) With the payment plan I have discussed above this will already be taken care of through the payment for the first handful of pages. Work could not start until the first deposit has passed through to my bank securely or has reached me in some way. Also work could not start until we both have signed contracts. I hope this information has been helpful and that I have not scared you away with my rates. I know working within a certain budget can be very stressful. Given the economic times, I am more then willing to talk about ways that we can make this work, within reason. I have included some older sequential page samples and 8 pages of 2 comics I am currently working on at the bottom. http://community.imaginefx.com/fxpose/rorkes_portfolio/images/361614/original.aspx Sincerely, H Rorke
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Shanna Brown - Freelance Invoicing & Personal Assistance
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4.0
2 Skills
$13
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Shanna Brown 0794 984 3380 shannabrown@hotmail.co.uk Personal Profile: I am a highly motivated individual, who’s responsible, mature and honest when it comes to getting work done. I enjoy working as part of a team, that’s committed to their job and I am very adaptive to new surroundings. Key Skills: -Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal -T Skills: MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint -Ability to work on own initiative, and as part of a team -Ability to prioritise and manage multiple priorities Others: CRB Clearance Work Experience: March 2011 – Present UCKG Helpcentre Building & Maintenance Secretary • Purchasing materials for minor projects and making relevant orders • Dealing with all administrative paperwork for the maintenance side of the department • Answering any calls, emails or queries related to the department • Assisting manager when required for appointments, minor projects and purchases • Keeping track of all the expenses made by the department • Order/pay for any materials the building & design side of the department may need • Booking urgent maintenance repairs with residential and other UCKG branches. June 2010- August 2010 CCA International Telesales Agent • Marketing products on behalf of clients such as BT and the Daily Mail • Ensuring that all customers are treated to the highest standards of customer service over the telephone • Stating all Data protection and company Compliances to customers before and throughout calls • Making a minimum of 6 sales on a daily basis July 2009 – June 2010 Christian Books plus Customer service • First contact to customers Face to Face and by telephone • Responsible for till checks on a daily basis and cashing up • Responsible for changing shop promotional display on a monthly basis • Ensuring that the Stock takes are done regularly • Updating sales database on the computer via the Merlio sales system September 2008 – May 2009 Weight Management Centre Ltd Administrative Assistant • Using my communication skills to deal with customer and employee enquiries over the phone and by Email • Individually updating student records and details on electronic database and in physical filing • Organising the distribution, packaging and posting of student educational packages • Ensuring that all the student receive their correct certificates from Weight Management • Drafting letters to customers August 2008- September 2008 Tax Diagnostics Trainee (Work Experience) • Data input via Sage Book-keeping • Filing documents for individual clients • Organising the packaging and posting of documents • Diary Management • Dealing with customer and employee enquiries over the telephone and email October 2005 – October 2005 Thistle Hyde Park Hotel Group Trainee (Work Placement) • Organising and supervising kitchen staff in preparation of breakfast and lunch buffet • Attending to customers needs and taking all queries needed to be taking up to management • Assisting the restaurant supervisor on duties including VIP guest arrivals and room service EDUCATION: September 2006 – June 2008 Richmond upon Thames College • BTEC National Certificate: Travel and Tourism, • Beginner’s Italian Certificate, • ICT Level 2 January 2002 – July 2006 Kingsdale Secondary School • 5 GCSEs A – C including Maths and English • GNVQ- Leisure and Tourism Interests I am a very outgoing person; I enjoy listening to music, watching the latest movies at the cinemas and trying a variety of cultural foods with my friends. I also enjoy learning how to be more creative through making accessories and customising everyday clothing through my creativity. Every weekend I also volunteer with my local youth group, which I began back in 2007.
London, United Kingdom
Jennifer Anderson - Freelance Banner Design & Audio Editing
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2 Skills
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Stong Interest and studies in Digital art, photo,editing, video editing, and audio editing, Experience in Power Point, Photo Shop and Corel. Sophmore student at the Univesity of Pheonix, focus towards a bachelors degree in web design, art, sound editing.
San Gabriel, California, United States
Erik Jacobson - Freelance Photography & Product Photography
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4.0
2 Skills
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Objective Obtain a career as a photographer. Willing to travel. Experience ENJ Artistry; Peoria, AZ—March 2010-present Working on my own Photography business: taking family portraits and trying to build clientele for product and architecture photo shoots as well Arizona Foothills Magazine; Scottsdale, AZ—December 2010-March 2011 Working as a freelance photographer, taking pictures of events in and around the Phoenix valley Internship, Urban Ministries; Calumet City, IL—November-December 2009 Scanned artwork to create a digital archive of the work; including retouching and editing of the images. Also developed a product shoot to be used in their magazine for their “Go green with Jesus” campaign. Worked with tight deadlines and restrictions required by different clients. Sidetrack; Chicago, IL –– August 2009 Freelance job in architectural photography. Images were utilized by the client for internet marketing. Four Season’s Hotel; Chicago, IL–– August 2009 Freelance job in architectural photography of the hotel’s lobby and ?banquet hall. Photography used for sales and marketing purposes. Education The Illinois Institute of Art-Schaumburg — Bachelor of Fine Arts–Digital Photography, March 2010 Graduate Elgin Community College, Elgin, IL — Traditional film photography classes, 2007 Skills Proficient in Aperture, Adobe Creative Suites 3; Photoshop, Illustrator and In Design. Experienced with Adobe LightRoom and Final Cut Pro. Knowledgeable with Microsoft Word and Power Point or Apple Pages and Keynote. Proficient with PCs and Macs. Experienced with Nikon D80, D700 and D3 Digital SLR Cameras. Also experienced with film cameras. Knowledgeable of all graphic arts: Photography, Graphic Design, Film and Video Production, Painting, Drawing and Sculpture. Accomplishments The Illinois Institute of Art-Schaumburg?Gallery show participant –– March 2008 WGN Website ?Photo displayed on the WGN website weather photo gallery –– July 2007 Elgin Community College?Gallery show participant –– May 2006
Peoria, Arizona, United States