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Ernest Ingram - Freelance Transcription & Word Processing
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I have experience transcribing audios of webinars, seminars, teleconferences, interviews, and meetings. The transcription services that I provide are very accurate and are completed in a timely manner.
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Connie Swofford - Freelance CAD & Transcription
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Phoenix, Arizona, United States
April Lassiter - Freelance Transcription & Legal Translation
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Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Charlyne Gelhaar - Freelance Transcription & Report Writing
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Phoenix, Arizona, United States

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Daniel Poitras - Freelance Sculpting & Animation
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My name is Daniel Poitras and I live in New Brunswick, CANADA. I have an extensive background in animation, having worked on children's TV animated shows for ten years at Toronto's Nelvana. I have turned my attention to FIMO polymer clay and sculpting scenes from favorite scenes in Looney Tunes cartoons. my work can be seen at: http://yadeebucketty.page.tl/
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Theresa Rosenacker - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
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I am a Cincinnati-based freelance designer with a specialty in non-profit and small businesses. My history as an in-house designer has left me with a strong understanding of brand management and print design, but I'm taking a spin with my digital training wheels. I'm passionate about baseball, my city, crafts, food, fitness, music and the color green.
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Bernard Jackson - Freelance Art & Sci Fi Art
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My Bio Bernard Studio Gallery 61 A Revolution in Art Shades of an Artist Bernard It is truly remarkable to find an artist who is as prolific with his paintbrush as Shakespeare was with his pen. Like Shakespeare’s literary contributions, a similar impact is evidenced by Bernard’s artistic masterpieces. His passionate love of hues, shapes, and images resonates in the hearts and minds of all who view his work. The brilliancy of Bernard’s work has catapulted him to enormous success and recognition as a renowned African American artist. As a visionary, Bernard uses his art to speak to the world. He is deft in his ability to capture the beauty, joy, emotion, and most importantly, the vibrant colors of life. Bernard’s artwork is truthful and personifies the African American experience in all its magnificent life forms. With a brushstroke, his artwork conveys a statement- “This is!” Bernard was enormously well respected as both a Fine and Commercial Artist in his hometown of Columbia, South Carolina. After earning a degree from Benedict College, Bernard later pursued a Masters degree in Fine Art. Bernard also traveled to Detroit, Michigan and finally to New York City. Frustrated as a starving artist, Bernard diverted his career and went into the film industry as a Scenic Artist. He worked on more than thirty major motion pictures and still continues to do film work in his spare time. Upon the completion of two very successful films, Strictly Business and Malcolm X, Bernard went back into the studio. He moved to New Jersey and opened Gallery 61, a successful establishment in the heart of the Village of South Orange. The inspiration for many of Jackson’s earlier works came from his mother, his children, and his friend’s deep southern roots and the many images of the African-American community. His original and limited edition prints, and sculptures, expresses Bernard’s deeply cultured vision. He is the creator of several limited edition series including The Heritage Sculpture Edition©, and The Red Tricycle Series© (original oil paintings). Two of his most recent creations are The Indigo Series©, and the phenomenal new Jazz Legends©. Bernard is a man of many shades. His belief in the human spirit is a resounding attribute of all his paintings. His vision ranges in shades from subtly to bold. Subtle in his sweet and gentle ways, and bold in his passionate images. He is the color of earth, illustrating his commitment to his roots, his background, and his heritage. His artwork will transport you through a spectrum of simplistic, yet complex exploration of life’s treasures. Bernard is a treasure to behold! Skills: All Mediums Animal Illustration Art Portrait Art Mural Painting Poster Design Book Illustration Comic Art Sculpture Logo Design T-Shirt Design Billboard Design Faux Finishes Scenic Artist Still Life Flyer Design Drawing COLLECTORS Alex Haley Bill Cosby Magic Johnson Keenan Wayans Cicely Tyson Kimberly Aiken Cherri Dennis Joseph C Phillips Coretta Scott King Myrlie Evers McDonald’s USA Andre Braugher Mtume Brenda Blackmon Queen Latifah Craig Mac Will Downing Dr. Dorothy Height Betty Shabazz Bert Padell T.S. Monk Arthur & Linda Harper Barry & Donna Rand Kirk S. Wright Lloyd Trotter Rose Amdon Wayne Hewett Allen Norman Antoine Fuqua Jeff Friday Hawthone James Mr. & Mrs. Nissen Mr.& Mrs. Curvin Terry Dehere Michael Colyar Lenny Greene Steve Harvey Von Harper Lenny Green Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson Cathy Hughes Jonathan Bender L.A. Reid Jackie Rainehart Stephen Hill Skip Cheatham Lee Dunuham Mr. & Mrs. Robert Berger Julius Erving List Of Shows NAACP National Convention 1994-Present Magic Johnson Midnight Summers Madness National Urban League Congressional Black Caucus National Black McDonald’s Operators Conference- (Featured Artist Commissioned piece Annual Award-sculpture) McDonald’s Gospel Feast- (Featured Artist-Commissioned piece-“The Choir”) South University Winthrop College Benedict College University of South Carolina Mann Simons Cottage-Columbia South Carolina Harriet Tubman Museum-Macon Georgia South Carolina State Museum Mojo Festival- Charleston South Carolina Rockhill College-Rockhill South Carolina Morristown Museum-Morristown, New Jersey Art Expo-New York The Rotunda – Washington DC Howard University National Black Arts Festival –Atlanta, Georgia Prudential-New Jersey Jersey City Bi-Annual The Newark Museum Art From the Heart- (Non-Profit show to aid the World Trade Center Victims and their families) Newark Academy UMDNJ Medical Center Dance Theater of Harlem, Harlem New York Cendant Mobility Headquarters Gallery-Cendant Mobility, Sponsored by” Cendant Mobility” Sackler Gallery-The Palace Theater, Sponsored by “Bank of America” Lauryn Hill’s Refugee Project Annual Fundraiser ArtJaz Gallery Philadelphia Bobbi Walker Fine Art Gallery Denver CO October Gallery Lancelot H.Owens Foundation WQCD Radio Smooth Jazz CD101.9- New York Festival of Wines South Carolina State Museum 100 Black Men Organization Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Gallery –The Rich Forum ,Sponsored by “GE” 2005 American Black film Festival Girls Action Network Commissioned Works Dr. Dorothy Height Coretta Scott King Betty Shabazz Myrlie Evers Sharpe James National Black McDonald’s Operators Association Annual Award McDonald’s Gospel Feast Naomi Campbell Newark Consulman Donald Trucker Rutgers University Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins (COUNCILWOMAN -AT-LARGE, Newark City Hall) Tiger Woods Foundation Film Projects Malcolm X Baby’s Day Out Strictly Business Die Hard III Devil’s Advocate The Associate Zoya Bronx Tales Fresh It Could Happen To You Theater The Nutcracker Asylum Once On This Island For Colored Girl Television Cosby Show Saturday Night Live One Life to Live All My Children Vidal Sasson Barney` Sesame Street Arthur Ash Special Montel Williams Rosie O’Donnell Good Morning America (Columbia South Carolina) Today in North Carolina Bernard Studio Gallery 61 A Revolution in Art As soon as you walk through the doors, you are transported into a cultural Mecca where creative artistry absorbs your entire being. Gallery 61 has been a creative voice for the African American community since the gallery opened its inception. Artist Bernard Jackson has poured his soul into making Gallery 61 a haven for cultural expression. Jackson, a multi talented and multi faceted artist whose warm southern demeanor and graciousness has reached into every nook and cranny of South Orange’s multi - cultural and diverse setting. Stirring up emotion and pride, Jackson captures the beauty, joy, emotion and especially the vibrant colors of life in all his works. From a child’s eyes of innocence, his works will transport you through a spectrum of simplicity, yet complex exploration of life’s treasures. From the exquisite entryway to the cathedral ceilings adorned with priceless treasures and bronze fixtures, you experience the warmth and sophistication. The spiral staircase draws you into the creative atmosphere. If the vibrant red color on the walls is not enough to take your breath away, the original oil paintings, caulking paintings, and bronze sculpture will. The greatest contributor to the gallery’s aesthetics is Jackson himself With three levels of entertainment space, Gallery 61 and its professionally trained staff will make your event a dream come true. Hosting one affair at a time Gallery 61 prides itself with providing the client with the freedom to supervise every aspect of the event, from the planning of the menu to the intricate details of invitations and decorations. Quality service with a personal touch is provided by a courteous and knowledgeable staff that concentrates all of its energies on serving the needs of the client. Gallery 61 becomes much like the home of those hosting the occasion…inviting, gracious, and intimate. Throughout the Gallery, guests will be enthralled by the creative genius of Bernard Jackson. Whether one hosts a wedding reception, birthday or anniversary celebration, or corporate business affair, this exquisite space creates an atmosphere of refined elegance and sophistication. For the last decade Gallery 61 and the Jackson family, have hosted numerous wedding receptions, meetings, private parties, and fund-raisers for some of the areas most prominent business people and entertainers. We have had the distinct pleasure of hosting events for Queen Latifah’s Lancelot H. Owens Foundation, Lauryn Hill’s Refugee Project, Arts from the Heart South Orange Village’s September 11th anniversary fund-raiser, and a host of others. With a seating capacity for 200, Gallery 61 is your place for the lavish grand celebration or the more intimate affair. A personal events coordinator will assist with your every need. The most intricate detail will be graciously attended to. Your only worry will be to enjoy the day. For a cultural difference, let Gallery 61 be the home of your next affair!
West Orange, New Jersey, United States
Neil Affleck - Freelance Animation & Presentation Design
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2.5
2 Skills
$75
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Biography / Filmography Director ~ Neil Affleck A native of Montréal, Quebec Neil Affleck studied animation as a teenager with the National Film Board of Canada under the aegis of world-renowned animation pioneer, Norman McLaren. At Dawson College in Montreal, he earned a diploma in social sciences, and completed a three-year professional theatre training program. From 1979 through to 1985, he worked as a professional actor in Canadian theatre, film and television. In 1985, Neil moved to Los Angeles to study at the UCLA School of Motion Pictures and Television, where he graduated in 1988. Between 1988 and 2000 Neil worked as an animated filmmaker in Los Angeles, notably as the director of the award-winning educational film “Sacajawea”, and for a decade with the celebrated television series “The Simpsons”, the last four as a director. In 1999 Neil was nominated for a Prime Time Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program for the Simpsons episode “Viva Ned Flanders”. In 2001, Neil returned to Canada to work with Nelvana on the Maurice Sendak series “Seven Little Monsters”. From 2003 to 2006 he directed the children’s television series “Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends” and “A Froggy Day in Sunny Patch” This direct-to-video film was honored with the Humanitas Prize for 2006 in Los Angeles. In 2006 and 2007 Neil worked in Los Angeles as an Animation Timing Director on “The Simpson’s Movie” Neil directed “Pearlie” for Nelvana between 2009 and 2010 and he worked as Supervising Director of “Mike the Knight” a preschool Nelvana / HIT coproduction from 2010 through 2012. In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Neil is an educator. He was a part-time instructor at the California Institute of the Arts from 1997 to 2000, working with the late Jules Engel in the Experimental Animation Program. From 2003-2004 he taught part-time at the Seneca College Animation Arts Program in Toronto. Neil speaks English, French and Spanish. He currently works out of Toronto, Canada Neil Affleck 470 Horner Ave. Apt.#4 Toronto, Ontario M8W 2B6 Canada (416) 354-2291 (hm.) affleckneil@gmail.com SKYPE: neil.affleck2
Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Mary Hill - Freelance Blog Writing & Creative Writing
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I bring 20 years of experience as an educator and journalist to any position. I take seriously the needs of any client and will work diligently to fulfill all assignments. As a former newspaper reporter, I worked with very tight deadlines and have the skills to produce excellent copy. My job skills include creative and business writing; event programming; public relations; and curriculum and lesson planning. My work experience includes: 2004 to 2006: Book anthology editor for Greenhaven Press Social Issues Firsthand series. Titles include Environment and Prisons. 1998-2010 Educator; emergent literacy program developer; school librarian at high, middle, and elementary schools. 1990 to 1997: Newspaper and news radio journalist My education background and degrees include: Masters of Library and Information and Bachelor's of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of South Carolina. Additional training in emergent literacy programming and as an evaluator of preschool and early education programs utilizing The Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale-Revised (ECERS) and The Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale-Revised (ITERS).
Abbeville, South Carolina, United States
BeyondWEB - Freelance Website Design & Website Programming
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We are a company of professionals, with over 6 years experience in; - Graphic design - Website design - Mobi-site design - Logo design - Banner ad design (Mobi and Web) - Website and Mobi-site development - Programming - SEO - 24-hour technical web support - Copy writing - Content Writing - Editing - Creative Writing - Proofreading
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa