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Scotti Jo Tinkham - Freelance Song Writing & Outdoor Photography
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I am a singer/songwriter. I have written over 20 songs in the past two years. The songs are country. I enjoy writing songs specifically for country artists and for Christian artists. I am also getting into photography on the side. I enjoy photographing outdoors in the natural light, anything from family photos to engagement pictures or senior pictures. In the editing field, I am...
Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

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Gregory S Jeffrey - Freelance Marketing & Business Development
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