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Lisa Morris - Freelance Sales & Telemarketing
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I am a customer service expert. I have been in the customer service industry for 16 years. I have excelled in sales and data entry . I also worked proof reading in North Carolina,. I have created websites as well as banners. My website can be viewed at http://lifestylechangeandmaintain.webs.com/ LISA MORRIS alislove7@gmail.com 62 Shuter Street, Trenton, Ontario K8V 3L2 HIGHLIGHT...
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Brian - Freelance Telemarketing & Sales
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Experienced Telemarketer.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Steven Kazavchinski - Freelance Smartphone Programming & Telemarketing
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Padmaja Kuruganty-Whyte. Padma - Freelance Telemarketing & Data Entry
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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William LaGrone Jr. - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Painting
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William La Grone Jr. 1967- William was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. His drawing started as a child from watching other artists. Watching artists and attempting to do as they did was his favorite pastime. He is motivated by his calling as an artist to the cause of good, growth, and the gain that the arts bring to the lives others. There is a strong desire he has to be in tune with others as he paints the rhythms of the atmosphere around him. He is motivated from a deeper understanding of the many struggles and triumphs that has brought him through. His portfolio is his journal and each entry exposes the many life experiences that only could be expressed on canvas. He paints totally for the peace that it brings him. William strongly feels that we have the ability and the obligation to create. He paints about his overcoming challenges and all of the emotions that come with them. He is also driven by the music he hears, the books he reads, and the events he sees. He loves painting with his fingers. He says,”I have become the brush that applies the paint causing shapes to take place pulling images out of an empty space and composing a visual documentary for the inspiration of all who come in contact.” His favorite medium to use is oil pastel and oil paint sticks. He is almost lost in his work as he covers the canvas and looks through the backdrop to pull out of it something that speaks to everyone that sees it. He wants his work to not only be of aesthetic value, but even more so an emotional stimulant that can uplift, inspire, and empower everyone that sees it to realize their own aesthetic beauty. This is William’s Journey. His paintings tell the story from his child hood to now. This is a glimpse, his emotions both good and bad. It shows victory at its sweetest and with shadows of defeat. His very being has been captured on canvas. So many others write their story, but the best way he can express his deepest self is to paint. His hands is his pen... the paint... is his ink... the canvas... his stage. There is where his feelings are heard and his emotions seen. “Art. It's all around us. We breathe it. We use it. We embrace it on a daily basis. We were designed to create. It is ecclesiastical in nature. It tells the story of the life both struggles and the victories of its creator. It is the one language that connects the human race.” ~William
Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
Scott Lee - Freelance Television Production & Script Writing
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SCOTT LEE • Orlando, Florida CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Helped to give birth to the Golf Channel on January 17, 1995; sat in PC when the switch was flipped and have been delivering solid stories in a variety of formats ever since • Lead Producer, Big Break NFL and Big Break Myrtle Beach; held the reins on Golf Channel’s longest reigning Original Program and helped steer it to continued popularity through 23 seasons PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Producer, GOLF CHANNEL, Orlando, Florida Original Programming (2006-2015) Big Break, Golf Channel reality competition series and top-rated original franchise for 23 seasons • Lead Producer, Big Break Myrtle Beach (2014), Big Break NFL (2013); developed series storylines and challenges, cast series, co-managed crews of 10 cameras or more, produced talent; posted several episodes and oversaw segment/story producers to maintain story integrity • Segment/Story Producer, Big Break The Palm Beaches, Florida (2015), Big Break Greenbrier (2012) and Big Break Atlantis (2012); conducted player interviews and contributed to storyline concepts and management, produced 8 episodes in total, including the Greenbrier finale • Story Producer, Big Break Mexico (2013), Big Break Indian Wells (2011), Big Break Dominican Republic (2010); conducted player interviews and generated series narratives • Conducted multiple home visits and “day in the life” features for contestants, including management of projects at international venues, with international crews Golf Channel’s Top-10 series, a documentary compilation/countdown series, 2009-2010 • Produced/directed multiple episodes and assisted with numerous others; produced approximately 100 features, coordinated and supervised stylized interview shoots • Wrote content for features and for host introductions and on-camera segues The Turn, a weekly golf instructional magazine, 2007-2008 • Co-Producer; co-conceptualized/developed series, including format and content • Wrote and supervised scripts and scripted elements • Regularly traveled to PGA TOUR events and worked with world-renown golf instructors to re-enact top shots of each week and teach viewers how to play those shots • Directed multi-camera crew in fast-paced ENG environments and fed raw materials to home office for rapid turnarounds to air How Low Can You Go? reality series, 6 episodes, 2006 • Segment Producer; managed one of three participant’s story lines and character arcs • Organized b-roll shoots in field and in studio Associate Producer, GOLF CHANNEL, Orlando, Florida Golf Central (2003 – 2006) • Reformatted nightly line production of Golf Central for the Golf Channel UK’s audience. • Determined program content for international consumption (i.e. Asian Pacific Rim, Middle East, etc.) • Produced features, coordinated graphics, developed story ideas and conducted statistical research • Trained new production staff members and interns in all facets of Golf Central production Video Producer, BLUEMOON PRODUCTIONS INC., Toronto, Ontario (2001-2003) • Produced/directed corporate videos and radio commercials for clientele including: Nike Canada, Labatt Breweries of Canada Limited, Volvo Canada and Aventis Pasteur Limited; Cultivated and managed business relationships • Created production schedules, constructed budgets and generated project quotations • Booked crews and talent, organized and oversaw video shoots on location and saw projects through to finish by supervising edit sessions and final product delivery in numerous formats Associate Producer, GOLF CHANNEL, Orlando, Florida Viewer’s Forum/Leaderboard Report (2000-2001) • Line Producer, Leaderboard Report, coordinated production team, created show lineups, wrote scripts, prepared and checked statistics, ordered graphics and timed Leaderboard Report, a live-to-tape, graphic-and-analysis-intensive, weekly golf update program • Regularly produced “Drive Through History” and “Hammer Time” segments, including several installments of the “Intern Boy Saga” • Coordinated live satellite interviews for Viewer’s Forum, a live, weekly discussion, debate and call-in show. Booked and confirmed guests, traveled to tournament sites, secured locations and worked with camera, audio and truck technicians on site Freelance Producer, ESPN, Orlando, Florida Bryant Gumbel Celebrity Golf Tournament (1999) • Headed one production unit in various locations and environments, supervised and instructed crew in coverage of golf tournament, delegated duties, conducted interviews and assisted Senior Producer Associate Producer -- Features, GOLF CHANNEL, Orlando, Florida Golf Central (1999-2000) • Wrote and produced teases and features for Golf Central, a Cable ACE award-winning, live, nightly news program devoted to the sport of golf • Contributed to the development of, and regularly wrote/produced, several weekly, sponsored features (including "Hot Shots", "Putt of the Week", and "Stat Crunch") • Worked in ENG production, covering numerous events from various field locations Intern/Production Associate, GOLF CHANNEL, Orlando, Florida Golf Central (1995-1999) • Participated in the launch of The Golf Channel, the world's first and only 24 hour all-golf cable network, on January 17, 1995 • Logged tournament coverage and produced highlights • Performed research to obtain golf scores, statistics, and information for graphic coordination and script writing • Developed ability to perform effectively under deadline pressure EDUCATION Pennsylvania State University • graduated August 1995 Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast-Cable Communications
Kissimmee, Florida, United States
Jimmy Heights - Freelance Songwriting & Poem Writing
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I'm an 18 year old college student currently attending a university to study music business. I'm also an artist, songwriter and producer. I have written for unsigned artists for as little as 40$ and for independent artists for as much as 2k. I'm thankful to have worked with so many talented people and hope to expand my relationship to other talented artists.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Tera Hester - Freelance Content Writing & Blog Writing
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I have experience aquired from various freelance writing topics. From travelogues to health and beauty and beyond, my researching skills allows my articles to feel natural and informative. I learn easy and would love to expand my knowledge into the opportunities out there.
Alcoa, Tennessee, United States
Johnathan - Freelance Graphic Design & Flyer Design
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John Dawson (719) 285-8571 ? 675 Family Center Dr. #9 ? Canon City, CO 81212 ? johnd81212@yahoo.com PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE Self-motivated and energetic graphic arts student with excellent computer and interpersonal skills. Able to execute projects accurately and on time, and capable of handling multi-task responsibilities. Seeking position as a [entry-level designer? intern?] with [company name]. PROVEN CAPABILITIES • Proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, and MS Word • Basic HTML/CSS knowledge • Strong interpersonal skills gained through clientele interaction • Customer service as well as supervising/management experience EDUCATION STEVENS-HENAGER COLLEGE, Salt Lake City, UT Associate’s Degree in Graphic Arts Anticipated Graduation: March 2012 Relevant Courses: • Advertising Design, • Web Page Design Principles • Page Layout Tools • Marketing • Typography • Logo and Identity Design • Package Design, etc. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY US XPRESS, Colton, CA March 2008 – March 2009 Over-the-road, truck driver • Delivered freight to all of the US and international territories • On board computers for tracking, followed DOT regulations, unloaded and loaded freight, logged all miles driven in a day and filled out all paperwork CR ENGLAND, Salt Lake City, UT October 2007 – March 2008 Over-the-road, truck driver SWIFT, Denver, CO February 2007 – October 2007 Over-the-road, truck driver
Canon City, Colorado, United States
Toby Nabors - Freelance Commercial Photography & Advertising Photography
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Professional photographer with over 20 years of experience. I use only top of the line Nikon bodies, strobes (Flashes). With that being said, there are two much more important things to consider. Any DSLR has ability to take a photograph. The difference in a good photo and a great photo comes down to three things. First and foremost it’s the glass (lens’) you can own a $5000 camera and use a $100 lens and have the worst pictures in the world. The two other factors are just as important. If you understand light and how to use it, you will make nice photo’s. Lastly, if you can compose a photograph using lines and light, with the right glass. You can and will create award winning photo’s. I currently own the following gear: D5100 D7100 10-24mm 3.5 Sigma 18-140mm 3.5 Nikkor 18-55mm 3.5 Nikkor 18-50mm 2.8 Sigma 35mm Prime 1.8 Nikkor 35-105 Macro Zoom 3.5 Nikkor 40mm Prime Macro 2.8 Nikkor 55-200mm 3.5 Nikkor 80-200mm 2.8 Tokina 135mm Prime 2.8 Nikkor
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States