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Star Khulu - Freelance Song Writing & Creative Writing
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I am a young, vibrant South African lady with a passion for poetry and creative writing. I am confident, easy to approach and open to new ideas and suggestions. I am a team player, always willing to work with you ensure we put out an exceptional product. I graduated in Journalism in April 2010 and have since been keeping a portfolio of articles that are suitable for magazines and newspapers....
Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Jolandie Fourie - Freelance Song Writing & Writing
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I am a creative individual and have been writing and singing from a young age. I have a strong musical background and have written many songs. I also love drawing and design and obtained a diploma in drafting.
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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Mr. Saratak has worked on many successful projects with established artists. Some of which are listed Release Date. Jul 15, 1997. Label. Elektra. Fallen is Babylon, The Marley's, Grammy Award winning album of the year . Digital Engineer, percussionist, and percussion programming. Fallen Is Babylon (People Get Ready & Day By Day) . Blues Traveler – 1990 Travelers and ThievesReleased: 1991 Four – 1994 Straight On Till Morning – 1996 Blues Travelor, all three records went gold Four went platt. (digital Enj. & drum reinforcement) Release Date: 6/22/1993 - Recording Date: 6/1993 Tracks: 15 Length: 01:08:54 Hrs Label: Mercury Sons of Soul, Toni, Tony, Tonie . Programming & digital Enj.. Sons Of Soul (Wing / Mercury 1993) 1995 Elektra/Asylum . Digital engineer. CLUTCH Eastwest Records 1995 Released 6/27/95 Gov't Mule. Mike Barbiero. Gov't Mule. Released 1995 Speedball. Technician Rock with Steve Thompson. 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Needing to earn a living without a college education, he teamed up with a close friend, Rob Witter, and opened a "hippie" record store in Huntington, New York. Emblematic of the times, the two named their business 'Kropotkin Records' (for anarchist Peter Kropotkin), and it distinguished itself from other, similar stores of the era for avoiding the sale of ********* ************* and concentrated instead on its owners enthusiasm for the rise of the album era of music, rock and otherwise. Soon after the opening of the business, Pomposello earned his permanent stage name, “Honest” Tom Pomposello, when running for office as Huntington’s Receiver of Taxes. Pomposello started flirting with the idea of recording his own music as early as 1970. He introduced himself to legendary country blues musician Mississippi Fred McDowell, which led to gigs as McDowell's bass guitarist in New York City, famously in November 1971, when the two were recorded live in concert at The Gaslight Cafe for radio station WKCR by host Fred Seibert. The tapes eventually surfaced around the world on vinyl in 1972, when Pomposello and Seibert (with partner Dick Pennington) started Oblivion Records. Originally conceived as a vehicle for Pomposello's music, the vision of the company expanded when the commercial potential of McDowell's final recording was considered. Four Oblivion releases later (he also produced and played bass guitar on Blues from the Apple) it was time for Pomposello’s first solo album.‘’Honest Tom Pomposello’’ was an album that started out as a blues record and ended up as a true Americana roots recording. Ten tracks recorded over three years, in five locations, and various configurations of nine musicians, the music was a sweep of folk, blues, and R&B.[6] In the early 1980s, Pomposello melded his performance abilities with his extensive musical scholarship. He toured of New York public high schools, under the auspices of BOCES of New York State (Board of Cooperative Educational Services), teaching students the history of American blues. Simultaneously, he taught music as a professor at Five Towns College in Long Island, New York. Blues is an itinerant profession at best, and by 1984, Pomposello found himself employed in New York City as a producer at Fred/Alan, Inc., the advertising agency started by former MTV executives Alan Goodman and Fred Seibert (also Tom’s partner in Oblivion Records). He was able to use his music skills as the soundtrack producer of the groundbreaking Nickelodeon network identifications. Adding animation and television production to his skills, he quickly produced hundreds of spots for Nickelodeon (many featuring The Jive Five), Nick-at-Nite, as well as a music video with James Brown and Afrika Bambaataa for Fred/Alan’s client Tommy Boy Entertainment. After leaving Fred/Alan in 1989, Pomposello incorporated as Pomposello Productions, concentrating on advertising and television branding, and to pursue personal projects. Pomposello recorded several albums in various blues oriented styles, focusing on his custom made, Mandolin Brothers dobro playing. Simultaneously, he was rediscovering his spiritual roots through the nuns of the Abbey of Regina Laudis, recording several CDs of their Gregorian chant. Jordan "Jerry" Ragovoy (September 4, 1930 – July 13, 2011) was an American songwriter and record producer. 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The Bomb Squad are noted for their dense, distinct, innovative production style, often utilizing dozens of samples on just one track. They are also known for their ability to incorporate harsh, unmelodic sounds and samples into their songs, generally enhancing them. Members of the Bomb Squad are: ? Hank Shocklee ? Keith Shocklee (Credited as Keith Matthew Boxlee) ? Chuck D (Credited as Carl Ryder); also member of Public Enemy ? Eric "Vietnam" Sadler ? Gary G-Wiz (Gary Rinaldo)
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Arthur Chappell - Freelance Writing & Photography
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Prolific author in several diverse fields, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, academia, *******, drama, history, etc. I have several poems in print, along with articles on religious cults, as I escaped from one myself. I edited a Humanist journal, and I have even helped create burlesque routines for several performers. I am an ex-member of one myself. I am a big fan of flash fiction and my primary interests are in science fiction, horror and fantasy.
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I work with ABILITY Jobs, we are a National Job board working with companies to help find qualified, talented employes. Working with Companies, Government and Non-Profits to Employ People with Disabilities. ABILITY Jobs is the first and largest resume bank and career site for job seekers with disabilities. Since 1995, ABILITY Jobs has helped hundreds of thousands of people with disabilities by providing a designated gateway to employment. By posting your available positions on ABILITY Jobs or by searching our resume bank of tens of thousands of applicants, your company will: * Find qualified and talented job candidates who range from entry-level to seasoned PhDs * Illustrate best practices with easily implemented processes and measurements * Support compliance with federal Affirmative –Action policies * Demonstrate proactive preparation for the Department of Labor’s proposed rule of 7 percent (quota of workforce to include people with disabilities) The Department of Labor is proposing Federal Contractors and Sub-Contractors have a workforce of 7% employees with disabilities. Pat Shiu, Director of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance is gearing up for change and greater enforcement of Affirmative Action or Federal Contractors and Sub-Contractors: “For nearly 40 years, the rules have said that contractors simply need to make a ‘good faith’ effort to recruit and hire people with disabilities. Clearly, that’s not working,” said Shiu. “Our proposal would define specific goals, require real accountability and provide the clearest possible guidance for employers seeking to comply with the law. What gets measured gets done. And we’re in the business of getting things done.”
Maryville, Tennessee, United States
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Currently, my writing experience includes newsletters, speeches, and short stories. Due to having the heart of an activist, I was able to develop and write brochures and curriculum for victim services agencies. The style of writing that best suits me is concise, factual and to the point. Christian based writing is my specialty!
Olean, New York, United States
Crystal A Thompson - Freelance Graphic Design & Ad Design
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Crystal Thompson 2368 Ashley Park Dr Plano, Texas 75074 www.crystalgraphic.net 972-467-5025 Qualification Profile: • Currently a Graphic Designer, I design: - Websites (my website is CrystalGraphic.net) - Brochures - Business Cards - Business Ads - Postcards - Business Flyers - Packaging - Labels • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite 5 which includes: - Illustrator CS5 - In-Design CS5 - Photoshop CS5 - Adobe Acrobat Professional • Administrative Secretary proficient in: -Microsoft Word, -Microsoft PowerPoint -Microsoft Excel -Type 60 WPM Professional Background: CK Management Corporation 2005 – Current • Currently working for a health tonic company, designing their websites and marketing materials. Self Employed - Crystal Graphics 2000 – 2005 • Designed websites, marketing materials such as brochures, flyers, business cards, presentation materials. Frito Lay, Inc - Plano Texas 1994 -2000 • Started in the Technology department has an administrative secretary to the Director of Packaging. -Moved into the Direct Sales department where I was responsible for several plants, making sure they had enough product to deliver to the local stores. Spoke with clients on the phone regarding products. -Moved back to the Technology for a pay raise and to learn a specification software, trained the scientists on how to use the software. Education Attended Brookhaven Community College for two years. Studied computers and attended team management classes.
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