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James Tait - Freelance Music Composition & Speech Writing
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I am a self-employed musician and piano/guitar teacher based in the North-East of England. I am 34 years old and have a gift for composing strong melodies. I compose and play piano in a range of styles, but if I had to categorize my style of piano-playing, it would be similar to Elton John. I play regularly at weddings and other functions, including working as a restaurant pianist. Though...
Gateshead, Gateshead, United Kingdom
Mack Chater - Freelance Comic Art & Illustration
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I have 15 years experience as a professional artist, primarily working in the Video games industry. During this time, I have also worked as a freelance illustrator and comic book artist for a number of high profile clients. I have a great passion for creating art and I am confident working in various styles of art, depending on the needs of the client, genre and that of the job at hand.
Gateshead, Gateshead, United Kingdom
David Davies - Freelance Audio Editing & Music Production
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Music producer and visual artist. Electronic, dubstep, hip hop and experimental music. all remix projects and production jobs considered.
Gateshead, Gateshead, United Kingdom

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Tstevens - Freelance Journalistic Writing & Fiction Writing
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Tess Stevens 6565 Glen Coe Drive Brecksville, Oh, 44141 440-503-5705 TS075411@ohio.edu www.tessstevens.com Education: Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School Graduation: Spring, 2011 Ohio University: Journalism Major, Theater Performance Major Graduation: Spring 2015 Awards/Honors: Multiple time Dean’s List recipient, accepted in to the College of Fine Arts at Ohio University, E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University Volunteer Work: Charity fund raising for Batten Disease with The OU Little Monsters, Soup Kitchen work with The OU Little Monsters, fundraising for Brick Beats Magazine, Charity concerts at Donkey Coffee in Athens, Ohio. Activities: Editor-In-Chief, Contributor, Copy Chief “Brick Beats” Magazine at OU, Co-President of OU Little Monsters service organization, Writer “The Post” at OU, Actor at the Ohio University School of Theater Acting Experience: Sally Brown, Dog Sees God Fall 2012 Athenian Chorus Leader, Lysistrata Spring 2013 Muriel, Camelittle Fall 2012 Narrator/Ceres/Vertumnus, Ensemble, Baucis/Philemon, Metamorphosis Fall 2013 Mrs.Beauregarde, Willy Wonka Summer 2013 Employment History: Kindergarten Assistant at the Brecksville Theater on The Square Summer 2011 Stage Hand/ Usher at Ohio University Event Services Fall 2012 JC Penney Parmatown Sales Associate (Summer, Holiday help) 2011-2013 Skills: -Can play guitar, bass and drums with precision -Singer (11 years experience) -Extremely confident customer and sales associate -Can create articles and press releases very quickly -Very apt at copy editing, and finding mistakes -Knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Final Cut Pro -Comfortable and composed public speaker - Knowledge of directing principles and camera operation -Expert at social media techniques regarding marketing (Twitter, Facebook Youtube) I am also in the process of writing my first novel. It has a creative and engaging flare that really has sparked interest from many publishing companies. I'm an accomplished journalist with many clips and I believe that I could write some brilliant, smart and savvy text for your website. Please E-mail me as soon as possible, I would be able to complete the job this week. TS075411@ohio.edu 440-503-5705 References: 1. David Haugen Professor of Acting College of Fine Arts School of Theater 12 Kantner Hall 646-662-2897 haugend@ohio.edu Relationship: Acting Teacher at The Ohio University School of Theater 2. Phil Barnes Former Editor-In-Chief Brick Beats Magazine 32 Carpenter Street Athens, Ohio, 45701 216-406-5792 Relationship: Former Editor at Brick Beats Magazine 3. Shelley Delaney Professor of Acting College of Fine Arts 7051 State Route 329 Guysville, Oh 45735 delaneys@ohio.edu 740-541-1619 Relationship: Acting Teacher at The Ohio University School of Theater
Athens, Ohio, United States
Karen Kovach - Freelance Creative Writing & Art
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There are words inside my head; I can feel them rattling around in there. They are trying to get in order and leak out of my brain through my fingertips to the keyboard. They want to splash across the page. Sometimes, if I stare at the blank page long enough, words just seem to materialize, and all I have to do is trace their outline with my pen. Like Vladimir Nebakov said once “the pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.” It’s true, sometimes it’s like that. But sometimes, the blank page just stares back at me. Like right now. My cursor is blinking at me, screaming for me to start to type, to DO something. In these instances I follow William Wordsworth’s advice: “fill your paper with the breathings of your heart,” and begin… I remember the first time I decided, firmly decided, that I wanted to write. I soaked up e.e cummings’ advice like a sponge. I wanted to do things with language that were new, exciting, and fresh. I still, on his authority, invent words that have never before seen the light of day, and likely never will. I read Natalie Goldburg, who explained the necessity of practicing your craft, of making it a daily ritual. She waxed poetic for a whole book about getting in touch with words, she explained that writing, like any activity you wish to do well, was something you must do often, whether you felt like it or not, that eventually it would pay off and become easier. With this in mind, I tried so very hard to write every day. I was desperately hoping that one day my pen would glide like hers did. It didn’t. My first assumption was that I might be doing something wrong, that I would never be writer. I was very angry. I didn’t understand what was going on. For the first time I was uncomfortable in my own skin. I dropped writing like an abusive boyfriend. I railed against Natalie, I hated her, hated her process, hated her ideas. I was convinced that there were other ways I could express myself, that writing wasn’t for me, that I had tried and failed so it was time to move along. I went back to a medium I was comfortable with. That I had grown with. I have always been more comfortable with the term artist. I have worked in many different media and done many bizarre things in pursuit of creative expression. Every now and again, I roll in paint, and then roll on the canvas. I smear paint with my fingers, I like to touch it and be a part of it. I don’t think when I paint. I don’t worry about what lines go where, what colours go with what. I just go. I trust my heart and my instincts to make the right choices. I sink into the darkness of myself and feel connected with my own mind. It’s not rational, it just is. I smear and slash at the canvas, I make love to it, and I weep over it. All the emotions in the human spectrum ooze out of me. It is a way of connecting with myself. It is my belief that no one chooses to be a writer. The words choose them. The inspiration chooses them. It strikes like wildfire and moves people to create beyond themselves. What led me to writing? I suppose I have always known. But, being stubborn, I attempted to ignore the burning corners of my mind, until one day, I was consumed. At my easel, words began to peek at me through the mist of a painted landscape, or in the shadow of an areola on a ****. Following my intuition, I traced those words, melded poet with paint. I became… more. I finally understood what Natalie Goldberg had been saying all along. It wasn’t about practice, it wasn’t about writing until your hand cramped. It was a process. It was about getting to know yourself, about finding your voice and being unafraid to use it. For her, these lessons came by writing every day, for me they came by making out with canvas and pigment on a regular basis. So what is my process? How do I write? Well those in and of themselves are perhaps some of the most loaded of loaded questions that I have ever really had to ponder. It begins with the impulse to write. I don’t mean the act of sitting at a computer and typing, or picking up a pen and writing, rather with the concept of it; the moment I put myself on a path that I had previously abandoned. For me, writing has become what painting and drawing have always been, but somehow more; it is an obsession, a way of explicating the abstractions that define the human experience. Beyond connecting with myself, it is my way of connecting with the world around me. The act of writing, of feeling moved to create something, is immense. It is important. It has become a natural function of my own being; a secret knowledge that I have stored within myself that moves me to do things in ways that no one else can. It is a journey, one that encompasses not only personal growth, but also one that fosters a community of culture and expression. My art, my craft, and my writing are my own. I do it for me, and yet I do it for others as well; to be able to share with the world the texture of my own mind. This is a tricky thing. It requires patience, bravery, and honesty. But most of all it requires a journey. I seek not to establish my limits, but to push past them. What is my process? How do I write? Sometimes the most complex of questions have the simplest and most evocative of answers: Just put one word after another, and never forget to breathe.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Hoyt - Freelance Technical Writing & Chinese Translation
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5.0
2 Skills
$125
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AWARD-WINNING GLOBAL COO, CIO, CTO, INVENTOR AND INNOVATOR DEVELOPING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES BY fusing enabling technology and conducting R&D and product development in the areas of Enterprise Architectures integrating M2M (GSM, UMTS, HSPA, 3G) for Telematics, Healthcare Infomatics, Utilities, Oil & Gas and logistics. 5 Issued Patents and 6 Patents Pending in M2M, LBS, Wireless and Enterprise Architectures. Experienced Patent Writer. See my brief CV at www.layson.net Experienced developing Startups in IT, Cellular Wireless, OSS/BSS Network Systems, Software Applications, M2M, Embedded Devices, Streaming Media Content Delivery, Azure, VMWare, NFC, LBS, GPS, GIS, BI, DW, Web 2.0, SOA, NAS, .Net, WCF, Federated and Clustered MSSQL, GIS and SaaS & PaaS, Server Virtualization, Cloud Computing, SAN, and E-Commerce to design products and services to fill real-world needs. Experience integrating diverse and disparate systems. BUSINESS STRATEGIST leading go-to-market planning and operations to develop, deliver, manufacture, market, and support advanced technology hardware and software products. A “C” level executive for 15 + years that has worked for startups and Fortune 100 Corporations such as Xerox, Honeywell and General Dynamics:
Orlando, Florida, United States
Benjamin Ehinger - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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My Portfolio I was born in the USA and have always lived in the USA. I am a native English speaking writer. What you get when you Hire Me: - Over 10 years of Passionate writing experience - Strong Knowledge of proper SEO with only White Hat Strategies used - Proper and full research done for every piece written - Understanding of what keyword density is, how important it is, and how to get the most from every bit of content - College Educated * 2 year degree in Golf Facilities Management * Certified Golf Teacher/Tournament Operator/Club Repair Specialist * 2 year degree in Business with a Specialty in Internet Marketing - Experienced with Wordpress and can post to your blog for you (can use any plugins requested as well) - Can write Articles from Videos - Understanding of basic HTML code - Able to provide the same SEO as the SEOpressor Plugin and many other SEO plugins Specialties I am well versed in many areas and can write about nearly any topic. However, I have a few areas that I am specialize in listed below: - Product Reviews - Amazon, Physical Products, and More - Golf - specifically teaching, playing, and equipment - I am a 5 handicap and have over 3 years of experience with teaching golf - Hosting - I have written over 75,000 words in the Hosting niche for top hosting sites - Finance - Specifically Mortgage, Personal Finance, Auto Loans, and Cash Advance loans - Internet/Affiliate Marketing - Health and Fitness - Women's Issues, Prescription drug problems, weight loss, muscle building, and more - Football - College, Pro, and Fantasy - Baseball - Specifically MLB - Hospitality - Over 15 years experience as a server/bartender/manager/cook - Movie Reviews - I LOVE MOVIES and love writing reviews for any movie I have seen or have not seen yet!
Denton, Texas, United States
Megan Doman - Freelance Portrait Painting & Architectural Illustration
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$20
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Artist Statement: Giving people the embodiment of what they cherish, capturing an image in one’s heart and bringing it to form, is the ambition of my work. If the image commands a touch to check it’s heartbeat than I am satisfied. Choosing the most precise utensils leaves no room for misinterpretation. A simple pencil, my favorite, is honest. The intended pressure and tilt of the stroke leaves a lead line of how I see and feel. Practicing my honesty, with the assistance of the wisest ear I know- Max, has revealed that many merely exist, paralyzed by fear to live in a state of present. Ciphering the moments of peacefulness within each of us, expels the obstacles that seek to bury us. With each piece I hope to divulge one’s hopes and wishes so that they may be empowered to make it a reality, as I have done for myself. Bio:Granddaughter to an industrial designer, Megan inherited his artistic talent. Don Doman was an educated, creative, and diligent designer. At the height of his career he was a product designer for Raymond Loewy Associates in Chicago, design director for the Parker Pen company and eventually owning his own industrial design firm; Don Doman Associates inc. There he retained prestigious accounts with Parker Pen, Kohler, Pullman Standard Car co., Snap on Tool Co. and many others. His designs were detailed, innovative, and successful. His products were featured in museums and publications, winning many accolades including the Triennale di Milano for his T-ball Jotter that was a liquid lead pencil. From an early age, Megan began following in her Grandfather’s footsteps. After her instructors noted her level of detailed drawings compared to her pre-school peers, Megan’s parents encouraged her interests. Sketching daily, logging a journal every night, singing in the school choir, and dance classes after school, Megan was involved in many forms of art. During middle school and high school she took every available art course, including painting, drawing, photography, pottery, fashion, and CAD. Formal training came from courses at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and her bachelor’s of Fine art degree in interior design from the College of Design of Iowa State University. While attending ISU, Megan had the privilege of studying abroad in Rome, Italy. There her talent flourished under the influences of her European professors, the culture, and history. Returning to Minnesota after graduation she pursued a career in her degree of design. However, the life of a designer proved not to serve as the right medium for her creativity. Through much deliberation and discovery she realized her purpose was in her first passion all along. Today, Megan is happily creating custom pieces from her home studio, in hopes not only fill her Grandfather’s shoes, but to out-grow them.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Enrique L. Salteri - Freelance Graphic Novel Art & Comic Art
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4.5
2 Skills
$22
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BIOGRAPHY Enrique L. Salteri is a graphic novelist, visual artist and professor at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He earned a MFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He made many art exhibitions in the U. S. A., Chile and Argentina and obtained many painting awards like the Painting Merit Award Hoyt Regional Art Show, Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, PA 2005, and Annual Painting Award, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2003. He also achieved important art critique recognition and is frequently invited to deliver lectures and courses on narrative illustration in Argentina, Chile and U. S. A. Enrique lives with his wife in Western Pennsylvania. He was also teaching at Duquesne University, Edinboro University, Geneva College and the Hoyt Fine Arts Institute. GRAPHIC WORK Comic Publications 1980 Till We Arrive to Harania (Hasta llegar a Harania) (Script by Walter Ravanelli Peres). A comic strip published during a year in the Mendoza Newspaper and other newspapers of Argentina. Pen name: Quepez Creation of Young Ink, (Tinta Joven) by Bruzzone, Salteri and Ravanelli Peres, a weekly tabloid Sunday magazine of Mendoza Newspaper, Argentina. In this magazine the team Salteri – Ravanelli presented A Mad, Mad Bunch (Una pandilla loca, loca) a color comic with a Dadaist – surreal tone and a non-sense cartoon style. Pen name: Kepes Popalina, the P’ataphysic (Popalina, la P’ata Física) by Enrique Salteri and Walter Ravanelli Peres. A full color episode of + 50 pages was full paid by the main children magazine “Little Glass” (Anteojito) in Argentina but unfortunately never published due to economic crisis. 1990 Xol Zip (and the Abyss of Overvast) Sci- fi and fantasy comic strip was published during 2 years in the main newspaper Los Andes in Argentina. All drawings and script was made by the artist. Pen name: Martin Clavier Tycho Drumdust was a comic published in a full-page sci-fi magazine in Santiago, Chile. Name of the magazine: Asteroide (Asteroid). The main characteristic of this comic was a hard science fiction style developed in a near future in Mars. Total 4 episodes (52 pages). Enrique L. Salteri is an art professor teaching at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and he is now working in his graphic novels. This year 2013 a short graphic poem was upload in internet: http://www.braddockavenuebooks.com/street-talk/post/black-feather-graphic-meditation-secret-currents-love-and-loss-and-redemptive-power To see more about the artist please visit his website: www.graphicnovelsweb.com
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Julie Scott - Freelance Accounting & Data Entry
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JULIE SCOTT 3015 W Acoma Phoenix, AZ 85053 602-708-2076 SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS • Strong business background developed through positions in service and manufacturing industries. • Good communication skills and thorough abilities to identify problems and take corrective measures. • Consistent in demonstrating thoroughness, efficiency, accuracy and attention to detail. • Work well both independently and as part of a team. • Excellent organization skills which achieve project management and balance multiple priorities. • Ability to learn new systems and procedures quickly with a real desire to achieve new skills. • Possess strong computer skills, especially with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Internet Explorer. • Exceptional Accounting software knowledge with Peachtree, Quicken, Quick Books, and Great Plains. BUSINESS EXPERIENCE AccountOnUs Bookkeepers, Phoenix, Arizona Owner 2007 – Present. • Comprehensive Bookkeeping Services for 5+ clients such as : o Accounts Payable – processing payments; online bill payment; print checks and yearend 1099 tax form preparation. o Accounts Receivable – process invoice, receive payments and apply credits. o Payroll – process payroll from computing to print payroll checks; quarterly tax reporting and yearend W-2 preparation. o Reports/Financial Statements – Produce and review financial statements and prepare yearend tax reports for CPA. o Bank/Credit Card Reconciliation – Verify all debit and credit transactions, monitor account activity and produce monthly reports. • Interact with and serve clients with professional, thorough, friendly, and quick service. • Advise clients regarding the effects of business activities on taxes and on strategies for minimizing tax liability. H & R BLOCK, Phoenix, Arizona A multi-billion dollar, multi-location tax and financial services. Seasonal Certified Tax Advisor I & Office Coordinator 2003 – 2009. • Thorough comprehensive client interview to electronically prepare, review, and e-file tax returns for individuals and small businesses. • Identify possible opportunities and exposure areas. • Answer and research tax issues and opportunities as assigned. • Prepare a response to Information Document Requests, notices, and other requests for information from various tax authorities. • Interact with and serve clients with professional, thorough, friendly, and quick service. • Advise clients regarding the effects of business activities on taxes and on strategies for minimizing tax liability. • Daily cash receivables as well as opening and closing office. • Scheduled and supervised 15 employees. Seasonal Tax Instructor 2006 – 2009. • Instructed Basic Tax Preparation Course for 10-15 students. • Maintained up-to-date student records on classroom assignments, tests and homework. CUSTOM ACCOUNTING & TAX, Carefree, Arizona An experienced private company which provides financial and tax preparation services for a large number of diversified clients. Accounting/Administrative 2007 – 2009. • Research and process payment of invoices. • Research and process payment of subcontractor invoices for project management contracts. • Communicate with vendors daily and assist in resolution of problems. • Maintain and review vendor files. • Manage, and reconcile monthly company bank account statements. • Manage, and reconcile monthly company credit card statements. RHINO SPORTS, Scottsdale, Arizona A multi-million dollar, national sales of sports courts & systems for business and personal markets. Assistant Controller 2006 - 2007 • Research and process payment of invoices for 20+ vendors, e.g. Southwest Mold, George Mfg, Insight Electronics and Borderland Products. • Research and process payment of subcontractor invoices for project management contracts. • Communicate with vendors daily and assist in resolution of problems. • Maintain and review vendor files. • Manage, and reconcile monthly company credit card statements. • Process check requests, employee expense reports and petty cash requests daily. • Made procedural changes resulting in greater efficiency and timeliness of data. • Communicate on a daily basis with all levels of management including corporate, sales representatives, and department managers. • Maintained general ledger chart of accounts. PTI INTEGRATED SYSTEMS, Scottsdale, Arizona A multi-million dollar, worldwide multi-location manufacturer of security and access control equipment for the self storage industry and commercial/industrial security markets. Accounting/Administrative 2003 - 2006 • Research and process payment of invoices for 50+ vendors, e.g. Panasonic, Insight Electronics, Blackhawk Metals and Controlled Products. • Research and process payment of subcontractor invoices for project management contracts. • Communicate with vendors daily and assist in resolution of problems. • Maintain and review vendor files. • Manage, and reconcile monthly company credit card statements. • Process check requests, employee expense reports and petty cash requests daily. • Made procedural changes resulting in greater efficiency and timeliness of data. Communicate on a daily basis with all levels of management including corporate, sales representatives, and department managers. EDUCATION • H&R Block - 11 Week Income Tax Course; 200+ hours of yearly updates and advancement courses • South Suburban College, Accounting Certificate • Moraine Valley Community College, ICD9-CM Advanced Coding Certificate • Graduate of Homewood Flossmoor High School
Glendale, Arizona, United States