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T iffany Tuggle - Freelance Proofreading & Script Writing
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I graduated *** Laude with my BA in Communications with an emphasis in theatre. Language, therefore, is my tool. I have always had a passion for reading as well as an eye for grammar and punctuation. I have taken script writing classes and have had poems published. I just love telling stories and know how to make them flow :-)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

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Mónica Peláez - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
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Artista visual de Bellas Artes Cali-Colombia. Experiencia en publicidad como art director durante más de 7 años. Diseñadora de accesorios. Estudios en arte terapia e ilustración. Radicada en Bogotá-Colombia.
Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia
Laurie McDonald - Freelance Article Writing & Biography Writing
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Writing has been a critical component of my position in the last 3 positions I have held. At Polk Work’s I began the Professionals Program that dealt with higher-skilled workforce candidates. The program emphasized the changes in employer expectations in resumes and content. I continue to assist friends and acquaintances with their resumes. At DocuLex, I edited our President’s White Papers, wrote Case Studies, the Business Plan and Manual for the Customer Experience Program (CEP) after identifying the gap in customer retention and re-wrote the DocuLex brochure to enhance end-user understanding. Finally, at St. Joseph’s, I am responsible for writing our Pastor’s pre-recorded voice message scripts, pulpit announcements, event scripts/agendas, volunteer speaker biographies and scripts, enhancing web content and collateral materials and all communications (i.e. letters, postcards, bulletin’s, etc). Laurie McDonald Lakeland, Florida 33813 (863) 698 -9470 mrsmac73005@aol.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/mcdonaldlaurie https://www.facebook.com/laurie.hurlburtmcdonald @MrsMac73005 SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Dynamic, experienced manager with proven expertise in communication, issue resolution and fundraising. Extensive knowledge and increasingly responsible positions in inside and outside sales. Operational, project management and leadership skills. Proven results, creativity, vision and sound business strategies for meeting goals. PROFESSIONAL WORK HISTORY ST. JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC CHURCH, ACADEMY & FOUNDATION CURRENT DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR • Responsible for volunteer recruitment, management and development, to include; 3 event committees, 4 boards and various support and fundraising committees • Provided copy and content for web and church weekly bulletin • Managed social media sites, press releases and blog: https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Josephs-Academy https://www.facebook.com/StJoesLakeland @stjoeacademy @StJoesChurchLkd https://plus.google.com/b/104639043755123863335/ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101563173272265885803/ • Cultivated donors relationships • Enhanced existing volunteer, board member and donor relationships to grow contribution levels and other opportunities • Developed volunteer job descriptions to provide chain of command and structure for volunteers • Created donor amenity grid and all proposals for 3 events • Implemented comprehensive Planned Giving program and all collateral materials • Established Major Gift opportunities and implement program DOCULEX, Polk County, FL 2010-2011 CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE PROGRAM MANAGER (2011) • Wrote business plan, developed framework and gained the responsibility for CEP • Enhanced customer relationships through education, multiple touch points, smother renewal cycles and additional sales • Developed and facilitated the CEP timeline including; press releases, mailers, emails, phone calls and issue resolution • Created and hosted Customer Refresher Webinar series of topical webinars demonstrating key features in DocuLex software • Liaised between internal business functions and 695 active, 24 hosting and over 1,500 inactive customers • Adopted additional revenue streams and enhanced company reputation in the marketplace • Re-wrote corporate brochure, website, customer step-by-step guides and weekly email/social media communications • Recruited customer testimonials, case studies and co-wrote several industry articles MANAGER, CHANNEL DEVELOPMENT (2010) • Recruited new dealer prospects, managed and improved the dealer on-boarding process • Gained command over Archive Studio suite software for the purpose of demonstration, consultation and selling • Enhanced existing dealer relationships through consistent delivery of quotes, collateral materials and customer support • Worked with newly recruited and existing dealers to generate leads and promote DocuLex software products • Maintained, refined and updated critical CRM related contact information in 2 systems • Magnet Mail, Marketing Campaign development, social media, collateral materials and other written communications POLK WORKS, Polk County, FL 2009 BUSINESS SERVICES CONSULTANT • Recruited, managed and developed relationships with Polk County executives. • Collaborated with economic development council partners in Polk County (CFDC, LEDC, & respective chambers) on initiatives, high-risk companies and execution of programs. • Developed and implemented operational programs to include; WorkForce 2020 Business Outreach Plan, Polk Works 2009-2010 Roundtable series (avg. 50-60 attendees, each), Targeted Community Outreach to rural Polk County (12 sessions in unincorporated Polk County), Professional Job Seeker program, Polk Works 2009 Annual Meeting (480 attendees), Employed Worker Training (8 contracts) and The State of the Workforce Summit (projected 500 attendees). • Conducted Workforce on Parade, mass recruitments, job fairs, presentations, consultations and various outreach engagements to audiences of up to 500. • Coached employer contacts on securing funding for new hire training, incumbent and employed worker training, recruitment, retention and various human resources issues. • Created and edited marketing materials, managed social media and daily outreach communications. • Liaised and managed relationships, agreements and events with 62 internal staff, 22 board staff and participating Polk-County employers. SUMMIT, Lakeland, FL 2005-2008 SALES TEAM LEADER (2006-2008) • Promoted to this position. • Recruited, trained and mentored 11 employees. • Co-managed the rollout of Summit’s on-line quoting system in June 2007, resulting in 78% increase in overall submissions. • Restructured sales support team for greater efficiency. In 2008 a cost benefit analysis of one process showed a savings of over $300,000 for the company. • Support team reflected record numbers and quality results for each process year-end 2007. Respective process results; 1,370 AOR changes,193 BOB transfers, 2,379 producer appointments, 449 commission and contingency arrangements, 24 hour response time to web requests 100% of the time, and 100% accuracy in all compliance tests. Preliminary 2008 results reflect further improved results. • Enhanced intra-departmental collaboration by organizing support team job shadowing, resulting in coordinated marketing efforts and uniform workflows to and from key Summit departments. • Launched a successful marketing initiative directed at agencies making up 70 % of Summit’s total agency book, gaining 100% retention, increased submissions and communication from the targeted group. • Researched, proposed and completed project scope for implementing an agency management tool (Salesforce.com) for Summit’s Sales team, projected to roll-out January 2009. MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE (2005 – 2006) • Managed the oversight and negotiation of travel vendor contracts, including site inspections, resulting in an average per-contract savings of $50,000. • Developed a process for trip management, including attendee communications, promotional materials and gifts, resulting in smoother timelines and highly valued agent incentives. • Responsible for consistent and accurate tracking of 3000 agencies incentive travel • Served as host and trip manager on and during incentive trips; responsible for crisis management, attendee satisfaction and coordination of on-site event details. • Consistently met attendance goal of 30 agents per trip, encouraging sales of $250,000 premium level per agent. AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, Polk County, FL 2001-2005 DIVISION DIRECTOR (2002 – 2005) • Promoted to this position. • Recruited, trained and developed assistant director, administrative assistant and over 200 volunteers for the community board. Implemented an advisory board of prominent area CEO’s. • Increased campaign results for the American Heart Association’s two signature fundraising event, Heart Gala by a net of $122,000 dollars and Heart Walk by a net of $212,000 during tenure. • Cultivated donors, solicited corporate sponsorships, developed customized event sponsorship contracts and managed campaign ROI. • Launched Polk County’s AED (automated external defibrillator) Heart Ready program, helping to place over 400 AED’s around our community. • Developed planning process for the American Heart Association’s two signature events, including assessment of market potential, development of appropriate division goals, and the use of “best fund-raising practices” for each event. YOUTH MARKET DIRECTOR (2001 – 2002) • Developed partnerships with Polk, Highlands, Hendry, Glades, DeSoto, Hardee and Hillsborough County school systems, which resulted in Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart programs adopted in schools. • Traveled to train school-site volunteers on program benefits and implementation. • Used Siebel as an opportunity/account management tool for school sites, allowing for enhanced tracking and measurable return on investment. • Increased school participation by 63%. EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, Criminology and Sociology, Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL JOB CERTIFICATIONS AND HONORS Member, Mid-Florida Society for Human Resources Management Polk Works Leadership Institute Franklin Covey’s Leadership Microsoft Excel, Level 1 Summit Excel Leadership Graduate Franklin Covey’s 7 Habits/Time Management Situational Leadership Consultative Selling Skills Critical Behavior Interviewing CPO Law Enforcement Academy
Lakeland, Florida, United States
Jay - Freelance Blog Writing & Content Writing
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I have been creatively writing for six years now, publishing some online, and have used blogging websites for five years (several different types of blogging). I have enjoyed helping others to get their creativity into writing, or even photography. I'd like to be more involved in this.
Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
Megan Everhart - Freelance Drawing & Painting
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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I started drawing when I was 8 years old and haven't stopped since. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design from The University of Findlay and The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg. Most recently I have been creating designs for travel mugs, cell phone cases, canvas paintings, and logo designs. I have also done work for tv backdrops, nursery murals, restaurant signage, and tattoo designs. I mostly work in marker, pencil, and acrylic paints. The only thing I stay away from is attempting to draw human emotion- hats off to those of you that can!
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, United States
Michael Cavallaro - Freelance Article Writing & Screenwriting
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4.0
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$30
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Michael Cavallaro 7 Atlas Place, Nesconset NY 631-365-9046 mcavallaro10@yahoo.com SUMMARY Professional writer seeking technical writing opportunity. Background includes technical writing, educational research, book publishing, and public relations. Publications include 4 instructional books. EDUCATION Villanova University, Villanova, PA Bachelor of Science in Education/English Minor, 1997 Dale Carnegie Leadership Program, Ft. Lauderdale FL 10 Week Course on the Principles of Leadership, 2012 DeVry University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Technical Writing Concentration, 2012 - present DeVry Technical Writing Courses Advanced Technical Writing & Editing (final grade: A) Proposal & Grant Writing (final grade: A) Rhetorical Strategies in Technical Communications (final grade: A) Marketing & Corporate Communications (final grade: A) Scientific & Medical Writing (current coursework) DeVry Technical Writing Coursework Grant Writer Wrote comprehensive grant proposal. Coursework included searching for funders, analyzing RFPs, determining competitive advantages, and drafting outline. Helped obtain $350,000 grant for Veterans Treatment Court. Report Writer Wrote feasibility report to assess funding for water contamination projects in south Florida. Conducted PowerPoint presentation, wrote instructional documents, media releases, and designed visual information for document. Media Relations Writer Wrote product brochure, created PowerPoint presentation for media relations plan, conducted analysis of annual company reports, and assembled comprehensive crisis management plan for course project. Technical Manual Writer Contributing member of group project to create a webcam user guide (process included finding subject matter experts, assigning workflow to writers & editors, gathering instructional data, using version control, executing document revisions. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Atlantic Publishing Group, Ocala, FL 10/09 – present Technical Writer • Developed book outline and wrote chapters for editorial review. • Created case studies with trained and licensed industry professionals. • Collaborated with project manager to meet production deadlines. Instructional Books Authored • Ten Minutes to Deep Meditation (11/13 – 6/14) • How to Present Negative Medical News in a Positive Light (3/13 – 10/13) • How to Get Your Amazing Invention on Store Shelves (1/11 – 1/12) • How to Open & Operate a Financially Successful Private Investigation Business (10/09 - 6/10) Arcanum Books, Inc., Nesconset, NY 2/03 - present Author/Publisher • Wrote web content for www.cybernetica-book.com. • Set up merchant account and generated customer purchases through marketing campaign. • Generated reviews and arranged author appearances at bookstores through regional managers. • Sold books at conventions and book fairs. Conducted radio interviews. • Established business partnerships with Barnes & Noble, Borders and major independent chains. • Created press kits and established partnership to national wholesalers Ingram and Baker & Taylor. Novel Authored • Cybernetica (Science Fiction, 2/03 – 10/04) Screenwriter • Developed treatment, beat sheet, and character backstories. • Created marketing materials (logline, synopsis, and query letters). Screenplays Authored • Cybernetica (Science Fiction, screen adaptation, 7/14 – 8/14) • The Early Novel (Drama, 11/12 – 4/13) • Smart vs. Stewpit (Comedy, 7/10 – 10/10) Robert McKee Story & Genre Seminar, New York, NY • 1 Week Course on the Principles of Story Structure in Feature Film • 1 Week Course on the Principles of Genre and Television Writing Freelance Media Consultant 11/08-7/09 • Sold ad space for Celebrate Austin, a seasonal hardcover advertising publication. • Edited and formatted articles for physicians who publish drug allergy and anaphylaxis medical journals. Knobias, LLC, Ridgeland, MS 8/07 - 8/08 Financial Analysis Feature Writer • Wrote feature stories for subscriber news section. • Broke important news to investors by analyzing company data and investor filings. • Established and maintained relationships with Investor Relations departments. HarperCollins Publishers, New York, NY 2/00 ¬- 1/03 Staff Editor • Converted over 200 author manuscripts to first-pass galleys. • Formatted late-stage galleys to match editorial standards. • Liaison to freelancers and offshore billing accounts. • Handled books contracted for movie release such as The Incredible Hulk and Spider Man. Syntax Communications Corp., Bohemia, NY 9/97 - 1/00 Staff Writer/Production Coordinator • Wrote, edited and produced newsletters, press releases, brochures, speeches and video scripts. • Captured and organized media coverage from News 12 Long Island and NBC News. • Published over 100 articles in Suffolk Life and New York Newsday. COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Word 2010 Microsoft Excel 2010 Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Adobe Acrobat Final Draft 7.0 Quark X-press SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION SKILLS Understanding of keyword generation, optimization of blog posts and tags, creating backlinks, Google Analytics, evaluating web competition, and creating sitemaps COMMUNITY/VOLUNTEER WORK Mississippi Animal Rescue League, Jackson, MS • Assisted in first aid procedures for stray animals. • Helped run adoption events.
Ronkonkoma, New York, United States
Farid Alkhafaji - Freelance Arabic Translation & Language Translation
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3.0
2 Skills
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Farid F. Alkhafaji 107 East Crest Way, Madison, AL 35758 Email: ffa0001@alumni.uah.e PERSONAL PROFILE Presently, I am working for i3 Corporation, Huntsville Alabama as an English-Arabic and Arabic- English translator, Interpreter, and cultural advisor. I translate English technical manuals (Fixed and rotary wing aircrafts maintenance manuals) into Iraqi Arabic. I am the senior interpreter in all Middle East contract negotiations and business conferences i3 sponsors with Iraqi and Arab (Saudi, Libyan) senior officials. I teach Iraqi Arabic to my i3 colleagues to enhance their job performance and interaction with our customers. In addition, I provide extensive consultation to the senior management on the intricacies of the political factions, tribal, and cultural influences on conducting business in the Middle East and particularly in Iraq. I am an American citizen with two Master’s Degrees in English from the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) and from Washington International University. I have more than six years of experience in teaching Iraqi Arabic dialect and Iraqi traditions and customs to U.S. military and civilians deployed in Iraq. During the operation Iraq Freedom, under contract with L3 Corporation I was assigned to work with U.S. and coalition forces in Iraq. From 2005-2007, I worked for U.S. and NATO senior officers as an interpreter, translator, and cultural advisor. As part of my service to U.S. military forces I was primarily assigned duties as linguist/interpreter for meetings and negotiations with senior Iraqi and U.S. government officials and as an instructor. Under the supervision of the U.S. military officers, I was the lead linguist/integrator for the development, training and operation of the first Iraqi National Command Center. I taught Iraqi army officer’s computer skills and English Language at the Iraqi Ministry of Defense. At the end of 2007 as an appreciation to my services and strongly endorsed by my U.S. military senior officer supervisors, the U.S. Government issued my family an immigrant visa under the DOD linguist/interpreter visa program. A few months after my arrival to the U.S. from 2008-2012, I was hired by QinetiQ Corp, North America as a translator, interpreter, and cultural advisor to handle the technical translation, cultural needs, and instruction to our employees deployed in Iraq. In July 2012, I was hired by i3 Corp to the same responsibilities I performed for QinetiQ Corporation of North America. In 1994, I graduated from the college of languages in Baghdad and received my B.A. in English language. After graduation, I began my compulsory military service in the Iraqi Army for 18 months. Being specialized in English language, I was selected to teach English for cadets in the Iraqi Military College. After I was discharged from the army, I worked independently as English and Arabic language tutor until 1999. In 1999, I moved to Jordan and worked as an English language teacher in Al-Arabi Language Institute and also worked in the field of translation for one year. In 2000, I contracted with the Libyan Ministry of Education as an English Language teacher. I worked there until 2005. I am prepared to relocate and travel in pursuit of the challenging duties. Teaching is my passion and I especially enjoy working with and mentoring young professionals and members of the military. My work since my arrival in the U.S. and my extended family in Iraq have allowed me to stay current on issues and developments in the Middle East. I firmly believe that learning the Arabic language is only the beginning for a student. The knowledge of the cultural and tribal influences is essential to being an effective Arabic linguist. LANGUAGE SKILLS 1. Arabic Fluent – Understand, Speak, Read, and write 2. English Fluent – Understand, Speak, Read, and write 3. Tested and passed in Arabic language teaching. 4. Tested and passed in Arabic and English interpretation and translation 5. Excellent knowledge in translation of Military Operational/Tactical terminology and engineering technical translations COMPUTER SKILLS MS word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, Windows Operation System, Hardware and software Installation. WORK/ PROFESSIONAL HISTORY Teaching Experience Teaching Arabic Language/Iraqi Arabic to i3 employees deployed in Iraq, 2012- present, Huntsville, Alabama. Teaching Arabic Language/Iraqi Arabic to QinetiQ North America employees deployed in Iraq, 2008-2012, Huntsville, Alabama. Teaching English Language, Computer skills (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel) to the Iraqi military at the Iraqi MoD under the supervision of the U.S. Army instructors, Baghdad, Iraq. 2005-2007 Teaching English in Sirt University and the Higher Institute of Teachers’ Preparation, Sirt, Libya 2000-2005. Teaching English as a tutor in Baghdad, Iraq. 1996-1999 Teaching English Language in the Iraqi Military College I, Baghdad, Iraq. 1994-1996. Translation and Interpretation Experience Technical Translator & Interpreter (Rotary Wing & Fixed Wing/ maintenance technical manuals) i3, 2012- current. Technical Translator & Interpreter (Rotary Wing & Fixed Wing/ maintenance technical manuals), QinetiQ North America 2008/2012. English – Arabic and Arabic- English Translator and Interpreter, U.S. Department of Defense, Operations Section, Iraq, Baghdad, 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Command Post Exercise, Baghdad, 2005-2007. Lead translator for the Prime Minister’s Iraqi National Command and Operations Center, Baghdad, Iraq 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraq Ministry of Defense & Ministry of Interior, Baghdad, Iraq. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraqi Army Force Generation Integrated Product Team, Baghdad, Iraq. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraqi National Security Council for Training, Baghdad. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Iraqi Tactical Training Integrated Product Team, Baghdad. 2005-2007. Translator and Interpreter, Basic Desert Protector Training Course, East Falluja, Al-Anbar, Iraq. 2005-2007. MEMBERSHIPS • Iraqi Translators Association member • NLSC member
United States
Brandon Wetzel - Freelance Graphic Design & Photo Editing
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5.0
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$40
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I have over 13 years of graphic design experience serving the Flathead Valley, Montana and beyond. My background has allowed me to develop the necessary qualifications and creative insight to satisfy the growing needs of both current and future clients. The following is a summary of my skill set: Ads, Brochures, Flyers, Posters, Business Cards, Presentations, Newsletters, Packaging, Instruction Manuals, Stationary, Catalogs, Logos, Photo Retouching, Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat), Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Lync, and Outlook), PitStop Pro, HTML, CSS, Adobe Business Catalyst, Contact Contact, Ecwid, E-mail Marketing, GIMP, Inkscape, Paint.NET, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Scriptwriting, Video Direction (Not Editing), Typing (80 WPM)
Kalispell, Montana, United States
Andrew Katz - Freelance Video Editing & Audio Editing
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Andrew Katz - Writer, Director, Producer, and Cinematographer My most recent work - The Science Teacher: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rih-N1E2In8 Experience I have produced, written, and directed four short films, music videos, commercials, and stop motion projects. • Short Films: o “Scooter” – A silent film following the hype and build up of a scooter race that will forever change the main characters adolescent life. o “No More Baby Sitters” – Two friends are left alone one night for the first time and their eventual anxiety about causes their young imaginations to run wild. o “Chess” – A music video where a man’s morality is torn between “good” and “bad” and the man turns a chess game between the two sides is to settle the dispute. o “The Science Teacher” – A work in progress, this comedy is about a science teacher who despises two students so feverishly that she takes them hostage and is able to get away with help from an unexpected ally, the assistant principal. • Collaborated with my Dad (who is a producer and writer) on a 30 second TV spot for Norelco starring major league baseball players Nick Swisher and Jonathan Papelbon. Worked on the script and edit. • In addition to my own films, I helped on a film of my friend’s who has directed a number of award-winning films. o Served as a grip and boom pole operator. o “Consequential Lies,” has already been nominated for the National Film Festival for Talented Youth and has won awards at competitions such as Westport Youth Film Festival and Litchfield Hills Film Festival. Other Related Experiences • Three-time guest/performer on The Rose O’Donnell show. • Co-host on XM kids radio show, “That’s Right, That’s Wrong.” • Guest on Oxygen Network game show, “Can You Tell?” • Assistant Producer on weekly sports radio show, WNLK Norwalk.
Wilton, Connecticut, United States
Brandon Gedler - Freelance Photography & Photo Editing
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Bio: Brandon Gedler is an up and coming photographer with a flair for style and an eye for great photography. Being a local guy, Brandon is keen to some of the most inspiring spots in the Des Moines area. He is able to capture not only his subject but also the emotion and sentiment being conveyed through his lens. Never able to sit still, Brandon is constantly on the go, a creative dynamo who has a zest for life and new experiences. Whether he is scouting new locations, acting in a local play, or singing center stage, Brandon is always ready for action. If one were to ask Brandon what was most important in his life, without hesitation, he would say his family. He believes they keep him humble and while he is reaching for the stars they are there to keep him tethered down to earth to enjoy life's ride. Brandon studied his art at the Brooks Institute of Photography in Ventura California. There he learned not only how to take a great photograph but also how to professionally edit his work, adding subtle changes to really make the image stand out. Brandon is also a licensed Mac makeup artist and can enhance each face’s unique features. Brandon respects each client and genuinely loves what he does. As Brandon always says, “This will never be just another job!” Currently have a 4 year with University of Phoenix is Computer Science. Have been doing photography as a hobby the last 3 years that is becoming more and more of a full-time job it seems like. Love meeting with new people and artists to help build a wider portfolio and connections. Gallery Site: www.gedlerphotographygallery.com
Downtown Des Moines, Iowa, United States