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Ron Baker - Freelance 3D Animation & Multimedia
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OBJECTIVE Obtain a position utilizing several years of creative experience to benefit a progressive company. PROFILE Professional, reliable, with strong work ethic. Strong ability to manage design requirements within schedule and resource constraints. SOFTWARE SKILLS 3D Studio Max LightWave 3D Unity 3d UDK Deep Exploration Adobe Photoshop After Effects Illustrator Premier Power Point Dream Weaver Flash EXPERIENCE IBM STG July 2008 – Present 3D Animator – Create 3d models of IBM servers and storage series systems, photograph units and create models using 3ds Max and Lightwave3d. Create textures from photos using Adobe Photoshop. Convert and import models into Strata Live and animate sequences for use in Flash for web and Kaon interactive touch screen kiosk system . AMA Nystrom Marketing/Printing Sept 2006 – July 08 Art Director- Formulate concepts and supervised production artists and engaged in executing layout designs for art work and copy to be presented by visual communications media, such as magazines, posters, and packaging. Produced online corporate storefronts using E-Quantum Solutions package TPI Staffing - Daniel / Emerson 3D Animation Specialist- Temporary Contract January 2006- June 2006 Created animated presentations using Lightwave 3d, Flash, Photoshop and After Effects to produce product animations in addition to using Illustrator and Indesign to produce branding and collateral materials. TAC Worldwide – Schlumberger Animation Specialist- Temporary Contract May 2005 – July 2005 Created multimedia presentations using 3d Max, Flash, Photoshop to produce informative web based animations Texas Mint Publishing / Family Living Magazine Art Director, January 2004-January 2005 Develop branding and marketing materials including logos, business cards, folders, brochures, marketing materials catalogs, postcards, presentations, and print advertising as well as providing support to marketing and development of print/web graphic needs. Visual Communications Art Director, 1999 – 2003 Provided graphic support to businesses and corporations for print graphic presentation and navigation of websites, video and 3d graphics in addition to developing standards for user Interfaces, page design, and graphic development. Pennebaker Design 3D Artist/Technical Illustrator, 1996-1998 Responsible for creating illustrations and marketing materials using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, 3D Studio Max, After Effects, and other PC - Macintosh graphics, layout and 3D programs. Created and updated images for use on-line and print publications. Created 2D shapes for importation into 3D programs. Created and imported 2D shapes, labels, color maps and bump maps into 3ds Max and created 3D models. Rendered 3D models, coordinated all documentation and technical specifications working directly with technical writers, editors, and production/graphic artists. CONTRACT TES Multimedia Created 3D animated video segments for oil and gas industry using 3D Studio Max, Premiere and After Effects Controversy Magazine, Houston Texas Photography, graphic design, photo retouch of full color monthly publication Compaq Computers Graphic design & large format production of tradeshow exhibits Houston Style Magazine, Houston, Texas Design & layout of full color monthly publication EDUCATION Texas State Technical Institute, Waco, Texas 1984 Commercial Art and Advertising design School of Communication Arts, Minneapolis Minnesota 1994-1996 Computer Art and Animation -Advanced 3d Animation- Silicon Graphics SGI based animation American Pharmaceutical Sales Association (APSA) - Certification of Pharmaceutical sales PHOTOGRAPHY Nikon D100, D70, Novatron 3 head studio lights and Octabank Soft box
Austin, Texas, United States
Sarah Fultz - Freelance Language Translation & Spanish Translation
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I will be a sophomore at Samford University next fall, and I'm looking to expand my experience in writing. I have a passion for reading, writing, traveling, and the Spanish language, along with Hispanic culture in general. I'm currently a Spanish major with a Latin American Studies minor, and plan on double majoring. I'm considering following a pre-law or pre-health track, and writing will improve my skills in either career. I don't have a lot of professional experience, but I'm a hard worker, and I get things done quickly and efficiently.
Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Childofthesun32 - Freelance Jingle Writing & Jingle Recording
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I believe my music to be pretty good. Definitely less derivative than most out there. Writing lyrics is not my strong point, though if lyrics exist my strong point is definitely getting them to fit music in a way that sounds good.
Leigh, Lancashire, United Kingdom
Sammy McGlothine - Freelance Drawing & Logo Design
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Sammy McGlothine 305 River Road, Ariton, Alabama 36311 E-mail: hacker121781@yahoo.com Phone: 334-762-2422 Experience: Southern Classic March 2011 - March 2013 Sanitation Assemble & Disassemble Machines, Measuring & Using Chemicals, and Lead 5 Individuals on the Crew. Wal-Mart April 2008 - February 2011 Automotive Checking Fluids, Changing Oil, Changing & Weighing Tires, Inventory, and Testing/Changing Battery Terminals & Battery's. Education: Zion Chapel High School Jack Alabama August 1996 - August 1998 No GED, Diploma, or Degree Arts & Craft, Art Designer on PC, Agriculture Art Designer, History, Math, & Science. Nixon-Smiley High School Nixon Texas August 1987 - August 1996 No GED, Diploma, or Degree 2nd Place in Super Nintendo Game Contest, 2nd Place in PC Game Rewards Contest, 1st Place in Art PC Contest. Skills: I operate a Gamecube, PS2, Xbox 360, Wii, and Windows 8 Software PC. I like all kinds of games very much, but some of them still have area's where they get glitches at and get hung at. I will name 2 of them for you. * Fable 3: You get hung in buildings and screen starts jumping and freeze up. * Final Fantasy XIII: When Hope tries to draw his weapon in Chapter 9 it jigsaws all the time. Things like this is important to me, I like the game to play smooth all the way through. So if there is room for another Game Tester, Sign Me Up!
Elba, Alabama, United States
Natalie Leigh - Freelance Blog Writing & Book Writing
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2.5
2 Skills
$35
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I have written and self published two books; The Power Will Be and Sabotage for Happiness. I've had a love for writing since grammar school and take pride in everything I write, whether it's a simple business email, short story or novel. I am a stickler for punctuation, spelling and grammar and people generally come to me for proofreading what they have written. Not everyone enjoys writing and the various tasks that come along with that general category, but I do and I take a huge amount of pride in my work, no matter what I'm doing. I look forward to working with people on here to get them the product they need in a reasonable time frame.
Glendale Heights, Illinois, United States
Karen Jones - Freelance Photo Editing & Journalistic Photography
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Research Editor / Photographer / Writer - Aug 2008 - Present • Photographer - Portraits, Advertising, Events, & Fine Art (2008 – Present) • Freelance Research Editor for Eastern Shore Parents Magazine (2011 – Present) • Freelance Writer for This, That & The Other Magazine (2009 -2011) Bob Holberg Advertising, Inc. (Mobile, AL) Jul 1997 – Dec 2011 Media Buyer / Copywriter • Purchased TV, radio, and print advertising for all clients • Served as Account Executive for 2 major clients • Wrote and edited creative copy for broadcast and print • Produced audio for radio and TV ads • Photographed items to be used in print advertising WKRG-TV, Inc. (Mobile, AL) Sept 1996 - Jul 1997 Assistant to the Vice President • Wrote quarterly reports for the FCC and managed HR/EEO requirements • Handled all administrative duties for the Vice President Education: McDaniel College (AKA Western Maryland College) • B.A. in English with a minor in writing, May 1995 • Academic Scholarship • National Literature Honor Society (Lambda Iota Tau) Miscellaneous Skills: Social Media savvy; Mac/PC trained; knowledgeable in MS Word, PowerPoint, Microsoft Publisher, Excel, Photoshop Elements; experienced with all office equipment; ability to work well and communicate with others; experienced in photography, editing, copywriting, research and retail
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Chuck Greeson - Freelance Videography & Video Editing
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Professional Summary: Emmy nominated videographer and photographer with a passion for telling an effective story using a motion graphics, video, photography and other visual mediums. Goal-driven and efficient editor whose vision on the creative and effective results driven end product. Professional Experience: Identity Media Service (Top Docs of DFW) August 2011 – Present Videographer/Editor Dallas, TX • Film and Edit segments for Top Docs of DFW Savemore.com January 2011 – August 2011 Videographer/Editor Dallas, TX • Produced, shot and edited hundreds of client and in house videos • Responsible for uploading hundreds of finished videos to various on-line outlets • Create motion graphics for each video project Jobing.com November 2006 – December 2010 Senior Videographer/Editor Dallas, TX • Created the video department in the local market and built it from the ground up • Produced, shot and edited all video content • Built and maintained relationships with new and existing clients • Met and exceeded quarterly sales goals • Uploaded and maintained an on-line library of more than 3,500 client and community based videos • Contributed photographs for Go Jobing Magazine • Created motion graphics showcasing client logos, graphs, charts and other information UTA Film and Video Department April 2005 – May 2006 Equipment Manager Arlington, TX • Maintained inventory of all equipment • Ensured all video and photography equipment was clean and in working order and performing repairs as necessary • Negotiated rates with repair shops when required Education: BFA in Film/Video Production The University of Texas at Arlington Deans List 2005-2006, Awarded Best Animation Underexposed 4 UTA Film Festival 2006 Rapport Leadership International Master Graduate Additional Skills: Final Cut Pro Studio Adobe Photoshop Adobe After Effects Extensive knowledge of various types of video, motion picture and DSLR Cameras
United States
Ryn Gargulinski - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$75
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CAREER PROFILE Author Two published illustrated books – Bony Yoga and Rats Incredible. Hundreds of columns and articles, thousands of poems, five illustrated chapbooks, illustrated children’s books, illustrated/photo humor books, ad, catalog and promotional copy, newsletters, press releases, thesis on folklore of NYC transit workers. Awards: First place Don Schellie Award for best feature column in Arizona, two first place awards for best humorous column in New Mexico and others for poetry, column and news articles. Featured in ad promoting newspaper. Artist Illustrations for columns, newspapers, promotional materials, tattoos, books; artist for nationwide Art-o-Mat project (artomat.org), president and designer for RYNdustries, which includes entire line of Lucky Voodoo Dolls. Performer Wrote and performed all own material on television, radio and stage. Column featured on weekly radio spot on KLPX. Featured both solo and with musical accompaniment; experience in stand-up comedy and theater. Hosted several poetry series, produce and host weekly radio show. EDUCATION & TRAINING Master of Arts in English Literature, Brooklyn College GPA: 3.7. Degree awarded: Feb. 2000; thesis on occupational folklore of NYC subway workers; major in folklore, French proficiency requirement met for degree. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, French, Brooklyn College Major GPA: 4.0; overall GPA: 3.9. Degree awarded: Jan. 1996 Summa *** Laude, dean's honor list; scholarship from dept. of English; merit certificate for excellence in Latin; Donald G. Whiteside Poetry Award; French minor. BCAT: Brooklyn Community Access Television Certified producer – camera and editing; produced shows for NYS government. SBNI: Summer Broadcast News Institute, Brooklyn College/BCAT Trained as producer, director, writer, reporter, anchor and camera for broadcast news. Study Abroad Program, Brooklyn College Focus on drama and creative writing; study in both London and Paris. Languages: French Long-term study of French language, literature, translation, history and culture. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Writer, artist, performer, RYNdustries, 9/03 – Present Freelance writer and artist with credits including New York Newsday, New York Press, Brooklyn Woman Newspaper, Voices: The Journal of NY Folklore, numerous websites, journals and anthologies. Created and manage online stores, including rynski.etsy.com and CafePress.com/ryndustries, design variety of original artwork for merchandise and line of “Lucky Voodoo Dolls.” Weekly radio show. Writer, artist, Demand Media Studios, 10/07 – Present Freelance writer artist with hundreds of articles for various properties. Reporter, Writer, Columnist: Gannett, Arizona, 1/07 – 12/10 TucsonCitizen.com: award-winning weekly column, features, news, daily blog posts, photos, videos, artwork. Continue with website after print edition folded. Reporter, Columnist: Western Communications, Oregon, 2/06 – 11/06 Curry Coastal Pilot: covered education beat, features, general assignments, photos, weekly column. The Daily Triplicate, Calif.: covered county, tribes and parks, weekly column. Wrote at least 10 stories per week, photos, illustrations. Managing Editor, Reporter: Freedom Newspapers, New Mexico, 4/05 – 2/06 Quay County Sun, Clovis News Journal: wrote and edited all content, news, features, lifestyles, sports, photos, illustrations, award-winning weekly column. Vice President of Administration: Synergistic Plans, Inc., NYC, 7/02 – 3/05 Focus on presentations, marketing, promotional endeavors, initiated radio show. Director of Public Affairs: New York State Senate, Brooklyn, NY, 1/00 – 7/02 Public relations, wrote and edited press releases, newsletters, produced TV show. Columnist, Artist: Brooklyn Woman, Brooklyn, NY, 12/01 – 12/03 Contributed weekly column with accompanying illustrations. Regional Editor, Artist: Medicinal Purposes Lit. Review, NYC, 2001 – 2006 Edited, contributed art; host and coordinate poetry series. Writer, Artist: 12-Gauge Review, Brooklyn, NY, 1996 – 2000 Columnist, poet and cartoonist for online literary magazine at www.12gauge.com. Instructor: Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, NY, 1997 - 2002 Taught basic drawing, TV studio, theater and chemistry classes (ongoing). Assistant Editor, Reporter: Courier-Life Publications, Bklyn, NY, 1996 – 1999 Edited, researched, supervised reporters, wrote news, features, subway beat. Reporter, Columnist, Artist: Brooklyn College Excelsior, 1991 – 1995 Wrote news and feature articles, weekly column, cartoons. REFERENCES Available upon request.
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Elitza Popova - Freelance Editing & Italian Translation
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CURRICULUM VITAE Elitza Popova ACADEMIC ADDRESS Department of Modern and Classical Languages 337 Mansfield Road, U-57 The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269 E-mail: popovaelitza@gmail.com, (860)-455-5267 EDUCATION: University education MA Italian May 2011 University of Connecticut (US) PhD Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures Diploma for Advanced Studies (DEA, Sp.) September 2005 PhD Candidate, Thesis Subject: Eugenio Montale’s Poetry University of Barcelona (Spain) Laurea in Italian Philology September 2003 University of Barcelona (Spain) MA Journalism-Print Media October 2008 - University of Sofia, Bulgaria Middle-High School Education Senior High School Specializing in Italian (Liceo italiano) 1991-1993 Sofia, Bulgaria High School Specializing in Modern Languages, Italian Division 1988-1991 Sofia, Bulgaria LANGUAGES Italian - Fluent Spanish – Fluent (D.E.L.E.-Superior) English – Fluent (TOEFL from 2008: 101/120) French – Intermediate (Excellent Reading and Comprehension, Intermediate Speaking and Writing) Catalan – idem Russian – idem Latin: taken as mandatory subject during the BA in Italian Bulgarian: Mother Tongue TEACHING EXPERIENCE Courses Taught at the University of Connecticut Instructor ILCS 1145 - Italian I (elementary level) ILCS 1148 – Italian III (intermediate level) ILCS 3256 – Italian Literature of the Renaissance Teaching Assistant (discussion sessions) CLCS 1101 – Classics of World Literature I (in English) AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS Borys & Lida S. Bilokur Award for Outstanding Academic Acheivements April 2010: the award, which is meant to be given to a graduate student, preferably from the Eastern European nations of Ukraine and Bulgaria, was estableshed in 2010, and I am its first holder Graduate Studies Fellowship: for the whole period of the MA program in Italian Literary and CulturalStudies, University of Connecticut (2009-2011) Grant from the Bulgarian Ministry of Education: program for linguistic proficiency in Italian, University for Foreigners at Perugia, Italy (1999) MEMBERSHIP IN ACADEMIC SOCIETIES Member of the SCED – Societat Catalana d’Estudis Dantescos (Catalan Society for Studies of Dante Alighieri): 2001-2007 OTHER ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE Reviewer for Quaderns d’Italià, Journal for Italian and Spanish Literature and Language. Reviews on Spanish translations of Italian poetic works published: - Sandro Penna, Algo de fiebre, Trad. Luis Antonio de Villena (2002, N 7, pp.241-245) - Guido Gozzano, Poemas, Trad. Carlos Pujol (2003, N 8/9, pp.257-259) - Eugenio Montale, Las ocasiones, Trad. Carlos Vitale. (2007, N 12) ELLEU Project: E-learning for European Languages and Literatures Creation of Methodology for Online Study of Literature at University Level) Member of the University of Barcelona’s Research Group (2006) Translator for Bulgarian Literary Journal: from Italian to Bulgarian (Sofia, Bulgaria, 1998) OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE Project Consultant at Catenon Worldwide Executive Search June 2007 April 2008 Barcelona, Spain I worked for a project held by one of the leading Spanish banks, BBVA. The project was aimed to recruit students for trainship positions from Bulgaria, Poland, and Romania. I was responsible for the recruitment in Bulgaria, and my work involved the practice of several languages – Bulgarian, Catalan, Italian, Spanish, as well as Russian. Because of this work position, I obtained the ability to work under deadlines, I learned to manage new technologies, to make variety of research in different than my academic background fields; I developed crucial skills, such as interaction with people, and work in a team Trainee at Kapital Newspaper February – April 2009 Trainee at BulgariaNews Information Agency February – July 2009
Connecticut, United States
Michael Ravenscroft - Freelance Blog Writing & Editing
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Employment Experience American University Writing Center, Washington DC Aug. 2010 - Present • Tutor in nationally-recognized university writing center • Work in one-on-one tutoring sessions with undergraduate and graduate students from disciplines across the university • Extensive experience working with second-language learners and students from diverse cultural backgrounds • Coordinate and run monthly in-class writing workshops for classes across the university American University Literature Department, Washington DC Aug. 2010 - Present • Teacher’s Assistant • Assist literature faculty with grading and class-management • Provide out-of-class support to students Advisory Board Company, Washington, DC Sept. 2008 - Aug. 2010 • Research Associate • Conducted research studies for institutions of higher education • Responsible for researching, compiling and writing research reports for member institutions • Conducted independent research studies on behalf of provosts, vice presidents for student affairs, vice presidents for business affairs at over three hundred national research universities • Conducted five to ten phone interviews per week with senior academic leaders at institutions • In-person interactions with various high-level university administrators • Extensive experience editing research reports for colleagues • Regularly participated in discussion of strategies for improving the research process and project delivery The Adirondack Review, New York, NY Jun. 2008 - Present • Assistant Poetry Editor • Responsible for reading and editing poetry submissions for quarterly literary publication • Oversight of up to two poetry interns • Provide recommendations to managing editor for poetry acceptances • Regularly write reviews of unpublished poetry collections Education American University, Washington DC Aug. 2010 - Present • Master’s Degree in Literature (in progress) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI Aug. 2004 - Apr. 2008 • Honors Concentration in English • Minor in Philosophy Campus Involvement Faculty Search Committee, American University Literature Dept. Jan. 2011 - Present • Conduct interviews with incoming faculty candidates • Correspond with literature department faculty members about hiring of new faculty Master’s in Literature Graduate Student and Faculty Committee Aug. 2010 - Present • Attend monthly meetings with faculty members to discuss issues relating to the graduate program in literature • Develop proposals for improving the MA graduate program • Act as liaison between graduate students and faculty members on matters relating to the graduate program The Michigan Every Three Weekly, Ann Arbor, MI Sept. 2005 - May 2008 Editor of satirical college newspaper. Responsibilities included: • Managing weekly meetings • Editing article submissions from staff writers • Writing humorous articles lampooning political and campus issues • Editing copy to publish every three weeks • Distributing the publication around campus
Washington, United States