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Robert Hillman - Freelance Book Design & Graphic Design
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My name is Robert Hillman. I am a BA Hons Illustration student at Wolverhampton University, graduating in September. I studied BTEC National Diploma Graphic design for a period of two years at Halesowen College and qualified with a Distinction. During this time I learnt how to use adobe products such as Photoshop, illustrator and Indesign. I used many methods and materials for my briefs,...
Dudley, Dudley, United Kingdom

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Sly - Freelance Songwriting & Music Composition
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5.0
2 Skills
$100
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Objective To create award winning songs and music for independent and established artists, films & television shows Composing Experience (Songwriter: www.thevehicle.ca) 2009-2012: Signed an 8 song co-publishing deal with Sound of Pop in Canada 1982-Present: Over 200 songs written and co-written Licensed songs to television shows 2006-Present “Finally Found You” – Naturally, Sadie (Family/Disney Channel) “I Will Wait” – Naturally, Sadie (Family/Disney Channel) “Don’t Care” – Life With Derek (Family/Disney Channel) “Don’t Start” – The Latest Buzz (Family/Disney Channel) “Don’t Start” – MVP: The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives (Global) Film and Television Compositions 2004: Composed music for Breaking - short film on Bravo! 2003: Co-created music for Zen Turkey - short film on CBC 2000: Co-created underscoring for 4 episodes of The Gavin Crawford Show on Comedy Network 2000: Co-created theme for Sky Animation House production demo Theatrical Compositions 1985-Present: ****** Musical - songs and libretto written (work in progress) 1986: No Guarantees Musical - songs and underscoring composed and produced 1985: Bloodsong: A Vampire Musical – semi-professional production mounted in Toronto by Chameleon Players 1985: Bread & Soft Clocks Play - co-created Improvised incidental music 1985: All the Laws of Nature Play - Overture and underscoring composed and produced 1984: Bloodsong: A Vampire Musical - songs and underscoring composed and produced Classical Compositions ”The Conjuring” – for string orchestra ”Aladdin’s Lamp” – for soprano voice, piano & violin ”In Memoriam Jim Thomson” – for Chamber Orchestra with Choir ”Scorpion Nocturne” – for piano ”Fantasy Romance” – for piano ”Cuivenen” – for harp ”Lament” – for contrabass & piano Performing Experience 2008: Solo performance at NXNE - guitar and vocals 2003-07: Michael Kulas (formerly of James) - bass and back-up vocals 2003-07: Katie Griffin - bass (performed on The Mike Bullard Show) 2000-03: Mommy - bass and back-up vocals (2003 Budweiser Band) 1998-00: The Vehicle - band leader, lead vocals, bass, and songwriter 1996-98: Om - bass, back-up vocals, and songwriter 1995-96: The Fish – bass, back-up vocals, and songwriter 1993-94: Passion Nation - bass, lead vocals, and songwriter 1987-89: University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra - double bass 1987: Blue Champagne (Musical) - double bass for professional Toronto production 1984-87: Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra - double bass Awards & Scholarships 2013: Song of the Year songwriting competition - finalist 2011: Song of the Year songwriting competition - semi-finalist 2010: Song of the Year songwriting competition - Suggested Artist 2007: 14th Annual Billboard World Songwriting Competition - 2nd Place (pop category) 2005: Song of the Year – runner up 1987: Scarborough Excellence in Education Award - outstanding achievement in musical composition (No Guarantees) 1987: Kiwanis Music Festival - 1st place for Double Bass Performance in an Open Class 1987: Kiwanis Music Festival - 3rd place for “Lament”, an original composition in an Open Class (solo instrument or solo instrument with accompaniment) 1987: Kiwanis Music Festival - 3rd place for “The Chakras”, an original composition in an Open Class (full orchestra) 1985: Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra - scholarship recipient 1985: Sears Ontario Collegiate Drama Festival - merit award for original compositions (All the Laws of Nature) 1984: Sears Ontario Collegiate Drama Festival - special adjudicator’s award and merit award for original compositions (Bloodsong: A Vampire Musical) Education 2001-02: Vocal training with Mitch Seekins (Hawksley Workman, Margo Timmins) 1987-89: University of Toronto - B.A. performance degree program (double bass) 1987: Royal Conservatory of Music - grade 6 piano (first class honors) 1986: Royal Conservatory of Music - grade 2 rudiments (first class honors) 1983-89: Royal Conservatory of Music - private double bass instruction with John Gowen (Toronto Symphony) Original Scriptures 1993-Present: Twenty-six Shakespearean-style sonnets (two published by The International Library of Poetry) 1987: “Let's Tangle in Paris: A Spiring Spoof” - A one act comedy stage play (performed by the Cedarbrae Drama Club in 1989) 1986: “Airwaves” - Radio comedy play Instruments Double bass, fretless bass, electric bass, guitar, piano & keyboards, ukulele, drums and voice (also studied clarinet, flute & saxophone) Professional Affiliations SOCAN member (ASCAP in US) CMRRA Publishing Sound of Pop Music (www.soundofpop.com) 8 song co-publishing deal Other Interests Graphic art and web design, board & card gaming playing and design Discography 2010: The Vehicle – DigiTales 1997: The Vehicle - Devotion 1994: Passion Nation - “Passion Nation” (EP) 1993: Passion Nation - Days Behind in Life
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada
Mallory Jacobson - Freelance Album Design & Banner Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$30
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As a marketing specialist and multimedia designer, I place a great deal of importance on both creating powerful brands and enhancing them. I achieve marketing goals, formulate strategic brand messages, and connect them with target audiences. I pride myself on making sure the details are taken care of, that communication is organized and constant, and that ideas are transformed into measurable results. But most of all, it’s my main goal to make sure my clients walk away ecstatic about the work we’ve created together. I’m a jack of all trades and can offer you a myriad of services including website design, logo/branding design, marketing and social media strategy, email marketing, and design of collateral materials or promotional items.
Cottage Grove, Minnesota, United States
David Chartock - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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5.0
2 Skills
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EXPERIENCE: 11/02- Present: EDITOR/WRITER/PUBLICIST/PUBLISHING CONSULTANT Information Resources Responsibilities: Provide editorial, research, public relations, sales, copyediting, copywriting, prospective client draft proposals, brochures, web content, marketing ideas & solutions, services and publishing (including start-up) consulting services to magazines, newspapers, newsletters (both online and print), PR firms, small, medium and large companies, and trade associations on a per assignment, project or contract basis. Accomplishments: Bylined news and feature stories for a business/lifestyle national magazines, trade publications, association publications; case studies and collateral marketing and web copy for corporate marketing departments and associations; brochure and marketing copy, ad copy; publishing consultant for two community weeklies, a monthly trade publication and a niche-oriented publication; a b-to-b business publication; assistance with publication start-ups; sales for trade association publications; research for marketing firms and associations; in-house and outbound PR and media relations, including press releases, pitch letters, ghosted stories for PR firms’ clients in more than 30 specialized magazines and newspapers; press release drafts and media placements, writing PR firm prospective client proposals; writing RFPs, RFQs, SOQs; provided fund-raising ideas for an association. Topics have included finance, economic trends, IT, technology, computers and software (including reviews), marketing, healthcare, lifestyle, real estate, retailing, distribution, construction, engineering, architecture, interior design, small business needs, business management techniques (Six Sigma), publishing, news analysis, marketing, merchandising, trend stories and more. 6/89 – 11/02 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF & WEB CONTENT EDITOR New York Construction News The McGraw-Hill Companies Responsibilities: To supervise and oversee the publication from start to finish; serve as a liaison with production, the sales staff, and the industry-at-large. This includes writing news, features and editorials, serving as web content editor for the publication's Web site, and serving as an "expert" source and guest speaker for and about the industry. Accomplishments: I reformatted the publication, first in a tabloid format, then as a four-color magazine, increasing both industry coverage and readership, making the publication the "forum" for the industry. I also established a network of prominent contributing editors, coordinated the launch of 19 new rotating monthly columns in the tabloid, established the Heavy Construction & Equipment section, Environmental page, annual and monthly special sections to help generate new revenues, established the publication's first editorial calendar, established a new format for special sections which increased revenues. I have written house ads and promotional copy for Special Sections. I established the publication as a resource for the outside media; as a model and editorial resource for the McGraw-Hill Dodge Construction Publication (DCP) network and other company publications. I wrote computer hardware and software reviews and other national stories for the DCP network and other McGraw-Hill publications. I advocated a proactive Web site early on and conceived of and developed concepts that attract visitors. Earnings: 65,000/year + $8,000 in quarterly bonuses) (I also served as contributing editor to Manhattan Real Estate Exchange and as a consulting editor to New York Casting (through October 9, 1992). Served the Manhattan-based Public Relations firm of Spencer Rubinow as a marketing consultant and vertical market (pcs) freelance writer for eight years.) Awards: Recipient 2002 Corporate Achievement Award for 9/11 coverage, Recipient 2000 Industry Leadership Award from the Society for Marketing Professional Services. 6/84 - 5/89 SENIOR EDITOR Computer & Software News Lebhar Friedman Responsibilities: Assist and direct new staff members in gathering news and a building network of sources. Assist other editors in the writing, coordination and closing of their sections. Write over 20% of all editorial copy including news, features, new Merchandising, and Product/Technology columns. Wrote 120 consecutive, unique, weekly marketing pieces as the New Products Editor. Consistently maintained industry rapport. Accomplishments: Broke more exclusive news stories in this fast-paced industry than any other editor. Created, launched and maintained computer industry's first op-ed page. Selected by the Editor to institute and develop "Target Market" studies that became special sections. Selected to do first "making of a sale" story. Contributing Editor to "Accounting Today". Awards: Distinguished Journalism '85/'86/'88, Best Personality Profile, '85, Winner, Godfrey M. Lebhar Award for Journalism Excellence, '88. 8/82 - 1/84 MEDIA SPECIALIST AND PUBLIC RELATIONS WRITER Visiting Nurse Service of New York Responsibilities: Supervised 14 staff reporters. 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Served as newsletter editor and publicist for the Federation of Apparel Manufacturers. 11/77 - 6/79 ASSOCIATE EDITOR (Acting Editor) Convenience Store News BMT Publications Responsibilities: Wrote editorials, news, features, maintained and increased industry rapport. Accomplishments: Established and coordinated a national network of over 100 correspondents, restructured the publication's format and created two new sections, increasing readership from 6,000 to 48,000. Covered conventions and press conferences, attended meetings with sales representatives. 6/75-11/77 EVENT PROMOTER Responsibilities: To establish and promote numismatic and philatelic expositions within antique shows at the New York and Nassau coliseums. 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Bayside, New York, United States
Manuela De Almeida - Freelance Article Writing & Proofreading
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Hi. My name is Manuela. I have been teaching English for 21 years. I recently completed a Writing, Editing and Proofreading Diploma in the hope of making a career change. I charge $8 per page for copyediting and proofreading, $2 a page for proofreading alone and $4 per page for copyediting alone. I look forward to hearing from you. Regards, Manuela
Wentworthville, New South Wales, Australia
Chris Beaune - Freelance Ad Design & Book Cover Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$75
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CHRISTOPHER J. BEAUNE ASSERTIONS: Reliable – Creative – Innovative Designs – Proven Track Record – Hard Working – Dedicated Results-oriented – Strong Communicator (verbal and written) – Goal-setter EVIDENCE: Antidote Creative Services – Creative Director 2011 to present Creative, design, layout and production of primarily print material. Brand recognition and corporate identity, cartooning, illustration and some copywriting and proofreading, as well as custom PPT and Keynote themes. Accomplishments: All creative concepts and design, finished art to production and some writing for a number of new clients, winning contracts for exclusive design projects. Integration of clients wants into complex design execution. The Health Initiative – Senior Designer 2008 to 2011 Management of the Production Studio. Creative, design, layout and production of print and some web material. Projects included branding and style guides for Walmart, Target, Shoppers Drug Mart and many major pharmaceutical companies. Accomplishments: Successful creative and brand recognition for all the major pharmaceutical companies, as well as a number of first-time initiatives for Walmart and Target. These concepts are still being used. BRAVADO!?Unlimited – Creative Designer/Director 2005 to 2008 Creative design, layout and print production for a wide range of medical and non-medical clients. Preparation of files for digital and offset printing formats. Accomplishments: Established a reputation as the “go-to” creative and pre-press Production Studio for a number of small CME clients and commercial printers. Projects delivered on time and on budget. Integrated Healthcare Communications Inc. – Senior Creative Director 2001 to 2005 Directed a three-person creative team. Accountable for the creative product and management of the Graphics and Production departments. Accomplishments: Established a fully-realized Design Studio, bringing all creative in-house. Collaborated with Editorial and Marketing to produce strategically implemented design concepts through to final product. IntraMedical Health Services/Sudler & Hennessey – Creative & Studio Director 1997 to 2001 Lead a five-person creative team; accountabilities were all creative, as well as all Studio operations. Supplied branding and creative for many major products and all necessary collateral material. Accomplishments: Successfully merged a niche-market studio with an international advertising agency. Involved in client consultation and design input on many newly indicated healthcare products including Tamiflu, Nicorette and ******. An excerpt from an article from Chronicles in Healthcare Marketing: “Inspiring the creative team, Chris brings years of experience to IHC, many of those in Canadian continuing medical education. He has worked in practically all pharmaceutical areas creating incisive imagery for all the major pharma companies. Chris’ background includes an extensive production history, from typesetter, camera operator, film ******** and pressman, to assembly artist and designer on many Canadian magazines. His creative range spans everything from product monographs to symposia materials, from newsletter design to packaging and branding. As well, his poster designs grace many a pharmaceutical clients’ office. Chris is fully Macintosh literate, creating complex graphics, designs and layouts on the computer. He is also one of those Creative Directors who can actually draw. His illustrations and cartoons have enhanced many patient literature publications.”
Milton, Ontario, Canada
Chris Smallears - Freelance Song Writing & Poem Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
$10
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I am a songwriter and poem writer in Dallas, Texas. I write awesome soft rock, pop, R and B, Country, blues and a diverse range of music genre. I also write poetry and movie storylines. I write books too. I like making new friends and having new projects to work on. I love writing for bands and individual singers. I speak english.
Dallas, Texas, United States
Jill @tkinson - Freelance Copywriting & Article Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$100
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As a Toronto freelance copywriter and advertising creative director, I have some clients who know what they want to say and others who need a hand figuring it out. Whichever you are, I'm here to help you say it in a way that gets attention. To give the words a voice and personality. To get the conversation going. From concepts and smart headlines to television pitch materials, treatments, long format writing, blogs and web copy with SEO, I write it all. I'm a copywriter, but I'm also a content writer. My job is to help you say it better with ideas and language that get noticed. With copy and content that engages customers and audiences and ideas that make a connection with them. Ideas that generate a response. Materials that can sell a pitch. When you work with me you're working with the big boys: MacLaren, BBDO, Taxi, Sharpe Blackmore and also a great bunch of mid-sized agencies, b2b shops, a national television network, 15 specialty channels and startups who have taught me everything I know about how to get you noticed, remembered and sold. Or clicked. Or talked about. There are lots of ways to try to sell your products or to sell people on your offer or to engage them in your content and your show. But there is only one way to get it done right and on strategy. My experience is a foot in the door for your brand. And no matter the size of your project, my commitment and attention to detail remain the same, big or small and always on deadline.
Canada
Ariella Winn - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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4.5
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I am a professional proofreader of 8 years in the academic context. I am an English, writing, and proofreading tutor with the largest company in online tutoring, and I am also the transcript proofreader for online education courses for a graduate institution. I work independently with undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students on assignments for their courses, but specifically with final proofreading for theses and dissertations (sentence flow, grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc.). I am the personal reader for a doctoral student with whom I have worked for ten years. He has graduated with highest honors from each of his programs of study. Some of my other clients include authors, medical, nursing, and law students. I frequently work with and welcome ESL students. My clients enjoy frequent communication, accuracy and a speedy return according to their timetable and need. I understand the busy and difficult life of a student, and I will work with you up until your deadlines. Ask for my resume and references! I look forward to working with you!
United States
Jesse Musto - Freelance Illustration & Drawing
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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My name is Jesse Musto and I am a 2009 graduate of Kutztown University with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Design with a concentration in Illustration. My primary focus is creating two-dimensional imagery by means of free hand techniques and digital rendering. Qualifications Professional and comprehensive knowledge of Macintosh and PC platforms. Extensive working experience with Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, Powerpoint, and Microsoft Office. Comprehensive sense of layout and design. Extensive experience in image rendering and manipulation. Disciplined work ethic, strong organizational skills and facility with a variety of illustration media. Field Experience 2011 - 2017 Regular freelance work consisting of logo/branding design and illustration commissions have helped not only in training myself as an artist but as a business man and professional within the industry. Education Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA B.F.A. in Communication Design 2009 Concentration: Illustration Certifications Visual Communications Advisory Board Member ITT Technical Institute, Dunmore PA Certified in Digital Painting by the Computer Graphics Masters Acadamy Winner of the Terry Boyle Senior Illustration Award – 2009 Nominated for the Donald Breter Outstanding Senior Illustration Award – 2009 Winner of the Cider Press of America Award for Most Detailed Illustration, Luzerne County Community College Student Exhibition – 2006 Work Experience The Scranton Times Tribune, Scranton PA Illustrator/Graphic Artist Deluxe Entertainment Illustrator/Graphic Artist Paper Magic Group, Moosic, PA Production Artist Gemstone Print & Paper, Wilkes-barre, PA Production Artist Online Portfolio http://www.jessemusto.blogspot.com
Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, United States