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Ricardo De La Cruz - Freelance Script Writing & Screenwriting
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Ricardo De La Cruz 18 years old I have always wrote because I love to write. Never because I want money from it. But I figured that it would be time to actually try to earn some money out of this talent that I have. I specialize in Script Writing, You just give me a song/subject/idea and I will create a attention getter/interesting script. Also I can write Songs and screenplays!...
El Paso, Texas, United States

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MBK Maggie Blair-Kraybill 3584 Indian Queen Lane East Falls, PA 19129 215.385.1267; mgbk18@gmail.com EDUCATION ?Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2011-2015 B.F.A. in Illustration, 2015 Senior Show, Pantalica, a fantasy-themed graphic novel using Corel Painter 12 Art Courses: 2D Design Digital Modeling; Digital Painting; Digital Image Making Illustration for Children Life Drawing for Illustration: I, II, III, and IV Illustration: Concepts and Practices I and II Illustration: Junior and Senior Studios Color Theory Typography ?Moore College Summer in Rome Program, Summer 2013 Studied Italian art and architecture in Rome in a course taught by an Arcadia University professor; lived in Rome with other Moore College students ?Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey, 2010-2011 Fine Arts Major; Art Courses: Drawing I, Ceramics I HONORS ?Merit-Based Scholarship, Fairleigh Dickinson University ?Moore College Dean’s Scholarship, Moore College of Art & Design Received merit-based scholarships for all four academic years SKILLS Adobe Photoshop Corel Painter 12 Adobe Painter 3D Digital Modeling (Maya) InDesign Illustrator SKILLS, cont’d Drawing (graphite, charcoal, colored pencils) Life Drawing and Portraiture Acrylic and Oil Painting Pastels and Watercolor Rendering Art Exhibit Installation WORK EXPERIENCE • Greene Street Consignment, September- October 2015 ????s Associate Worked Cash Register, Greeted Customers, Tagged and organized Clothing and cleaned store ??Abington Art Center, Abington, Pennsylvania, Summer 2015 Salesperson, Art Center’s Gift Shop Sold merchandise, operated cash register and credit card machines, and entered sold items on consignment log for payments to artists Teacher, Art Center’s Summer Art Camp Taught teens in the multi-week Stop-Motion Animation Camp and pre-teens in the Young Artists Camp; helped to clean art studios ??Asian Arts Initiative, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Summer and Fall 2014 Paid Intern, Pearl Street Project, Rotating Art Exhibitions, and Sketch Club Helped to transform Pearl Street, an alley in Chinatown North/ Callowhill, into a cultural space to serve the community; hosted community-based Sketch Club as part of homeless outreach services; assisted with the installation of changing art exhibitions; created event flyers; served as a greeter and food server during art openings and special events; worked as a receptionist and collected entrance fees at special events ??Outside The Box Landscaping, New Hope, Pennsylvania, 2013 Paid Contractor, Rendered landscape design plan for Steve Severson, landscape architect and owner of Outside The Box Landscaping ??Philly Aids Thrift Store, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2013-2014 Volunteer, Sorted, tagged, measured, and bagged donated clothes ??Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia, 2011 Volunteer, Helped to paint a mural at a local Boys and Girls Club center INTERESTS ?Ballet dancing, reading, creative writing, swimming, travel, playing with family dog References Available upon Request
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