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Thomas Conor - Freelance System Administration & Technical Support
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Dallas, Texas, United States
Krzten - Freelance Technical Support & Photography
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Dallas, Texas, United States

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Jacki Kinnicutt - Freelance Proofreading & Creative Writing
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I am a 38 year old mother of two boys. I live in upstate New York and just finished a 4 year degree in Community and Human Services through Empire State College. I operate a daycare from my home currently. I love to write and proofread. Grammatical and spelling errors are a pet peeve of mine! I enjoy writing poetry and non-fiction in many different forms.
Troy, New York, United States
Harry Alemi - Freelance Animation & 3D Graphic Design
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$30
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Using various electronic means, I am an artist. Graphic Design, animation, production and post-production, videography, and photography are not only my passion and skill base, but also my profession. Many directors and producers have influenced my style and direction, and acted as personal and professional mentors. However, my father, a cinematographer and Visual Arts professor, has been my biggest influence. When I was a young child he would draw cartoons for me, and from my earliest memories I wanted to be able to draw like him. That’s why I started drawing and painting, which led to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design. When I was only 11 years old, my father purchased a computer for me—an original Commodore 64, which are now fixtures in museums around the world. This simple machine encouraged me to learn how to do computer programming, and began to bridge my artistic pursuits with my love of computers and technology Photography became a serious hobby at the age of 14 when my father again made a purchase that influenced my life: a camera. He taught me how to use this Russian SLR, taught me about exposure, and provided valuable tips on composition. Growing up in a house involved in the arts I was always around experts in the field, and was lucky enough to have one of Iran’s best photographers as my tutor. Over time, as computer graphics improved I became obsessed with motion graphics and visual effects. So, I decided to get a masters degree in computer animation, which I obtained in 2004 from the University of Westminster in London. I returned home to Tehran in 2005 and began teaching computer graphics and animation at some of the best universities in Iran. Teaching helped me keep my knowledge up to date, and helped me expand my knowledge of new tools and techniques. Professionally, I have worked in many different fields, which has given me a great understanding about the nature of the media and advertising business. This experience has included cofounding a media production company, which continues to be successful. My skill set now spans from basic graphic and web design to motion graphics and video editing, from production to set design to postproduction, and from still photography to industrial photography and on to motion video. My skills resemble a Swiss Army knife: the right tool and knowledge for the right job. I was born on the 31st of January 1975 in Tehran, Iran, and grew up in Iran, France and the United Kingdom. I moved to Auckland in October 2010, and am now making it my new home. Ardeshir “Harry” Alemi* *My father named me after a Persian King, Ardeshir, which means the sacred king. But soon everyone realized that this name is not an easy to either pronounce or remember. Ardeshir was shortened to “Ardi” when I was young. Alas, when living in Europe as a kid, Ardi was still difficult for some people to pronounce, so I was given the name “Harry.” I’ve kept that name as my middle name since.
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Torry Clark - Freelance Voiceovers & Audio Book Production
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5.0
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$75
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A full time N American professional Voice Talent with 10 years experience, and *****5 Star Rated Voice that will make your project stand out from all others. Send me your script for recording, and find out why my voice is constantly sought out by new clients and why so many past clients come back time and time again. Excellent Results on time every time- most often earlier than expected. **Wonderful! After hours of listening to voices, they all seem to sound the same. This talent stood out to our company and I know that it will catch the attention of the future customers to come. Very fast turn around! ** If you need samples, please contact me or visit my protfolio here at oDesk. Either way, I hope you find the right voice to fit your project--Best of luck.
Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
Rebecca Salamone - Freelance Social Marketing & Virtual Assistance
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4.0
2 Skills
$50
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PROFILE: Marketing professional experienced in traditional and new media marketing and social media management. Working knowledge of various software and online systems. Praised for excellent customer service, organizational skills, and ability to work in a positive way with a variety of personalities, business owners, and event organizers. EXPERIENCE: Business Owner The Girls of Alabama LLC/Alabama Horse Talk/Southern Horse Talk: Chelsea, Alabama 2012-present Secretary (Non-Voting Board Member) Alabama Horse Council: Chelsea, Alabama 2011 Membership Services Director North Shelby Chamber of Commerce: Pelham, Alabama 1998-1999 Executive Director Vestavia Hills Business Association (VHBA): Vestavia Hills, Alabama 1997-1998 Marketing Executive - Publisher Promotion & Fulfillment/Sample Issue Program Coordinator - Corporate Communications EBSCO Industries, Inc.: Birmingham, Alabama 1995-1997 Financial Services Coordinator Alabama Motorists Association (AAA-Alabama): Birmingham, Alabama 1994-1995 Doctor’s Assistant Birmingham Podiatry: Birmingham, Alabama 1992-1993 Director of Marketing International Student Exchange Flights, Inc.: Phoenix, Arizona 1990-1991 EDUCATION: Master of International Management (MIM/MBA) American Graduate School of International Management: Glendale, Arizona 1989 Subject Emphasis: Marketing and French Culture Emphasis: Western Europe Bachelor of Science Spring Hill College: Mobile, Alabama 1988 Major: International Business (1st graduate of program) Minor: Philosophy SPECIAL SKILLS: Writing: Copywriting, Editing, Proofreading Foreign Languages: French (Certificat Pratique de Francais Commercial et Economique de la Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Paris), Spanish (survival) Computer: WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, ClarisWorks, ACT!, AppleWorks, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, FaceBook, Twitter, Linked In, Google+, Pinterest HONORS AND ACTIVITIES: Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Golden Key, Alpha Epsilon Delta, President’s Scholar, Spring Hill Presidential Scholarship, Dean’s List, Outstanding Student Member and Founder-Society for Advancement of Management SHC, Co-Founder and contributing writer-SHC Journal of Global Affairs, Entrepreneurship club, International Business Women club (speaker’s committee chair), Alliance Francaise, Congressional intern-U.S. Senate, Export Marketing intern-Oppenheimer Intercontinental Corporation, Equestrian Drill Team-Horseplay (2011) -Worlds Qualifier, Founder-Shelby County Horse Network, Alabama Horse Council Board of Directors Member - Education Committee Chair
Chelsea, Alabama, United States
Wilson Rosado II - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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4.0
2 Skills
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Wilson Rosado II High energy, extremely creative, positive attitude (optimistic), open minded, critical, logical, analytical thinker, perfectionist, loves to sketch out beasts and skulls. Expert in CS4, photoshop, illustrator, and flash. Also savvy in light wave 3D modeler/layout. Passionate towards the creation and completion of video games.
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Linda Quimby - Freelance Children's Book Writing & Newsletter Writing
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I have 28 years of experience teaching language arts and writing skills. I have written various types of genre and enjoy the creation of putting words together and exploring the impact that these words can have on someone's life. I enjoy the art and skill of searching for specific words which evoke emotions, thoughts and feelings as well as reaching the desired affect the material has had on the student or individual involved in reading the piece. It is pure satisfaction to complete a piece of great writing that benefits the audience it was intended for.
Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States
Maria Tyger - Freelance Creative Writing & Journalistic Writing
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3.5
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$20
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So, I lost my job a year ago. Yes--it has been a difficult one, and yes--cash is harder to come by. I have three teenagers (yikes) and a husband. This past year, though, through its challenges, has brought me "home" in a sense. Let me explain... When I was in third grade, I started writing stories, and even had the courage to go in front of the class and read them. Some of them were "fanfiction-y," type stories (remember the Hardy Boys? I was all over that...) and others were original. My friends loved them and would beg me to continue, so they knew what happened and how the story resolved itself--they had become emotionally invested in the characters I had created. English classes were not a challenge--it seemed as if I had a gift, and by the time I graduated high school, I earned the unchallenged honor of recording the highest score ever on aptitude tests for English, even above our Valedictorian. Fast forward three years...For some reason unknown to me now,I abandoned my love of writing and became a Psychology major. I have no explanation other than I had a crush on a guy and he was a Psych major, too. Anyway, I joined the ranks of kid-restrainers and head-shrinkers for almost 22 years, and, as many a psych major can attest, I burned out... Switching careers, isn't easy. As a matter of fact, it stinks. BUT I can say that I have been returning to my strengths, and my gift. I write--and you know what? I'm GOOD AT IT. I picked up a lot of skills when I was a therapist, but very little of them naturally; writing to me is like breathing, and BOTH are gifts. If I hold either in, I die. I'm looking for a paying position, preferably with some creative flexibility. I love watching television, as well as writing about Christianity and faith and how I've been blessed again, time after time. If you want your readers to be hooked and entertained and wanting to come back for more, I'm your girl. Thanks for reading!
Rochester, Pennsylvania, United States
Camera Work - Freelance Commercial Photography & Magazine Photography
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$100
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Camera Work is central Arkansas' foremost source for photography services. From our full-service studio in downtown Little Rock or on location nationwide we provide creative and insightful professional imagery for use by architects, designers, corporate clients, advertising agencies, magazines, manufacturers, and artists and individuals.
Little Rock, Arkansas, United States