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WIndBLOws - Freelance Writing & Blog Writing
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$20
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I am a seventeen year old aspiring screenwriter and theatre writer. I love writing, it's my life and everything I see myself as.
Cardiff, Neath Port Talbot, United Kingdom
Angela Lisle - Freelance Editing & Book Writing
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I'm a freelance author and lecturer in Higher Education. One of the books I have authored is academic and the other a mixture of academia and personal poetry. I'm working part time right now have just finished publishing my second book and decided to fill time between acadeimc posts as a freelance editor.
Neath, Neath Port Talbot, United Kingdom

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Coco Chaussee - Freelance French Translation & Editing
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I am a native french speaker who has been living and working in the US for the past 16 years. I am a professional project manager and certified Scrum Master. I am very detail oriented and like a job well done. Good enough is not good enough for me. My career orbits around Information Systems and Technology with a three-prong focus on Project Management, Education (classes and manuals), and Customer Service.
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Kwenela Tubbs - Freelance Graphic Design & Anime Art
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I have been drawing my entire life and I am very good in all areas of illustration. I design tattoos and designs for any apparel that you need to be designed. ex. jackets, clothing, etc. as well as facebook covers for businesses or groups. I am personally working on my own manga so I specialize in drawing manga and comic books and can charge per page instead of per hour for this area. I design with acrylic paints, photoshop, manga studio, color pencils, markers, and pretty much anything else you can think of.
Montgomery, Alabama, United States
Brandon Kelley - Freelance Logo Design & Graphic Design
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EDUCATION AAS Digital Media Production-Southeast Technical Institute, Sioux Falls, SD AAS Graphic Communications-Southeast Technical Institute, Sioux Falls, SD TECHNICAL SKILLS • 4 years experience—Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Adobe InDesign, & Adobe Photoshop • 2 years experience—Adobe After Effects, & Autodesk Maya • 2 + years experience—Correl Draw, Correl Photo Paint RECOGNITIONS • Admired for the strong willingness to learn and succeed. • Inspired by imaginative and open minded thinking • Commended for strong effort put into my work EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE Graphic Designer (August 2014-Present) Beal Distributing-Sioux Falls, SD • Build upon co-worker interaction • Improve upon efficiency, speed, quality, and creativity. General Laborer (Sept. 2013–July 2014) Gil Haugan Construction-Sioux Falls, SD • Strengthened my hands-on training skills • Maintained accuracy while working in a demanding environment Event Entertainer Assistant (July 2013–Present) Empire Productions-Sioux Falls, SD • Improving upon teamwork and communication skills • Expanding on troubleshooting and technical skills Caterer Associate (Seasonal Sept. 2012–Jan 2013) Chef Dominique’s-Sioux Falls, SD • Provided service for guests • Applied arranging and planning skills Sign Room Graphic Artist (Aug. 2012–March 2013) Beal Distributing-Sioux Falls, SD • Advanced upon efficiency, speed and multi-tasking • Designed banner layouts, and gained print production experience Vinyl Sign Production Artist (Nov. 2011–March 2012) Ace Sign Displays-South Sioux City, NE • Gained experience in sign production and installation • Obtained experience in time management and prioritizing Meat Clerk Specialist (Summer 2008–2010) Fareway Foods Store-Sioux City, IA • Focused on customer satisfaction • Advanced upon working more efficiently and effectively
Sioux Falls, SD, South Dakota, United States
Pete Wagner - Freelance Caricature Art & Cartooning
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My favorite thing is to draw caricatures live at events with black Crayola marker, fast and raw, funny and fun. For this site, most visitors are not looking for entertainers or performance artists, but if you want to look into my website for that sort of thing, please visit www.wag.net. Even for freelance print and wall-hanging work, I like to draw in a loose, relaxed style most of the time, without the pretention of elaborate airbrushing or excessive detail. "Less is more," said Mies van der Rohe. A cartoon, by definition, is oversimplified, symbolic, iconic--not detailed or realistic. That goes for caricature, too, which is a form of cartooning. ("A cartoon of a real person.") I generally prefer to use a line that has a human touch rather than super-slick, uptight, overly polished lines that look like they were drawn by a machine or a draftsman using T-squares and compasses. With caricature, likeness is everything. Caricaturing is about capturing the essence, and overdone drawing and painting styles just get in the way. Many art directors look for eye candy only, and fail to realize how much more impact a true caricature has than a jazzed up, heavily shaded illustration which borrows from the art form. It is harder, not easier, to keep it simple and make it work. Just because a few of us make it LOOK easy, doesn't mean it is. If you are using a non-caricaturist (serious illustrator) to draw what they call caricatures, chances are you are missing the opportunity to really wow your readers/viewers. Equally important to simplicity and likeness is that a true caricature should be FUNNY, not merely mildly amusing or even moderately humorous. It should get a rise out of the viewer, specifically a laugh. I was the only caricaturist in Bob Staake's caricature book whose work was described as "on the brink of hilarity." Proof of my success at drawing effective caricatures and cartoons: Over 35 years experience as staff editorial cartoonist for several large alternative weekly and daily newspapers, college newspapers and live television news shows. Earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Multimedia Design in 2004 at the University of Minnesota. Taught for-credit cartooning, drawing, design theory, computer graphics and other courses at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, University of Minnesota and other colleges and universities. Won numerous awards for cartooning including six consecutive Society of Professional Journalists juried out of state. (Please note: I never enter contests in which the judges might personally know the contestants. I find them to be purely political, an indicator of schmoozing ability more than artistic merit. The caricaturists society has a "Golden Nosey" award which my partner and I refer to as the "Brown Nosey" award. Every contest I have entered was judged by out-of-state juries who did not have any likelihood of knowing the contestants, and recused themselves if they happened to. To me, this is the only kind of award that matters.) Published in Time magazine, Washington Post and syndicated for 10 years to more than 300 papers. My work has been shown in galleries and museums including the Whitney Museum of Modern Art in New York. Was represented by Speedboat Gallery in Saint Paul, same gallery that showed Frank Gaard. Animations have been shown at major film festivals including international festivals in Europe. Websites: www.kartoons.com, www.wag.net, www.caricatures.net.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Mike Hall - Freelance Music Composition & Music Production
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5.0
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I have over 20 years experience in sound design, composing, producing, engineering and mastering music for a vast variety of musical styles. I have worked in many forms of media that include audio cds/vinyl, film/video, and gaming for projects all over the world. I have a huge passion in what I do involving the creation of music for myself and others. I shall continue this passion working with others worldwide to help develop the best Artistic Visions of Sound. https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeHallComposer/videos
Bettendorf, Iowa, United States
Philip Sawyer - Freelance Technical Writing & Technical Project Management
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Born in Barnsley, Yorkshire, England. Educated at Edward Sheerien Secondary Modern. Attended Barnsley College of Technology achieved what was then a TEC Ordinary National Diploma in Engineering Technology. Worked Saturday and Holiday jobs at Building Materials Barnsley to attend to father, a coal miner, as his health declined. Drove delivery for Building Materials Barnsley after acquiring Heavy Goods Class One License 1985. Developed services introducing bulk delivery of sand and aggregates working 60 plus hours a week. In 1988, had a very serious motorcycle accident requiring time to recover from injuries, and after re-training was ready to re-enter the work force. In 1993 re-trained at HPW Skills training Centre in Monk Bretton Barnsley. Training in Mechanical Engineering where meeting Jon Needham, seeing something that others missed. Attended the Sheffield College undertaking a BTEC National Certificate in Motor Vehicle Engineering. In 1998 graduated with Honors with a Bachelors Degree from Sheffield Polytechnic which was then Sheffield Hallam University. Started the first of the two National Vocational Qualification’s (NVQ) the first in Machining Assembly and Processing Skills (MAPS). This NVQ focused on Manufacturing processes had 6 areas of study operating process: machining, product assembly, quality control, finishing, lifting, handling and transporting. This course of instruction was purely practical and while completing this course also accomplished a City and Guilds 201 Basic Engineering Competence Course. This area of study was both practical and examination based. Both accredited by the City & Guilds of London Institute. While undertaking these courses, started a technician course at Sheffield College entitled BTEC National Certificate in Motor Vehicle Engineering. Giving a fundamental knowledge of how every system worked in an Automobile. This was a technician qualification. Achieving 7 Passes 7 Credits and 8 Distinctions. After completion undertook evening classes titled Electrical Auxiliaries and another entitled Batteries and Charging, both accredited by the City & Guilds of London Institute The second NVQ undertaken was in Information Technology. Attaining this certification in 1995 this was purely DOS based, the units covered included transmitting messages by electronic mail, editing documents, entering numerical information into pre-prepared document, entering text using word processing facilities, inputing data into a database for later analysis, archiving/deleting files, producing printed display materials from given information, completing standard documents, interrogate existing databases, merging documents, backing up data, use facsimile equipment to transmit documents. This course was administered by the RSA. The Bachelors degree area of study was Integrated Engineering with Automotive Studies achieved at Sheffield Hallam University. This was a three year full time degree which preparing for research and development work in the automobile industry. Acquiring knowledge of the automotive industry and the engineering of vehicles and their systems and technology in modern automotive design. Equipping for careers in vehicle and component design and manufacture. Covering engineering design with a focus on automotive applications. Also covering automotive electronic specialists and preparing to turn experimental research and development into new products. Furthermore understanding the process of developing new models or improved versions of current models. Giving the foresight to also combine creative ideas with engineering skills to produce detailed, accurate visual drawings, usually with computer-aided equipment. In addition looking at electronics used in automotive technology. Covering among other things electronic engineering, computer engineering, vehicle dynamics, power units and transmission, control systems, braking systems, vehicle design, security, ergonomics, sensors, actuators, display systems, microprocessors, software and communications. Would like to pursue any type of technical employment which is more fitting to the background and character of my education. This was one of the reasons for building this website to demonstrate skills and allow employers to view samples work. If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
United States
Lubka Novak - Freelance Website Design & Creative Writing
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4.0
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RESUME I aim to obtain and deliver high achievement levels making provision for positive end results. I am artistic both through use of the written word and implementation of design. Education/Qualifications Qualifications: Diploma of Business Management • Research and Create Business Plan • Write written reports Qualifications: Web Designer • Incorporate animation into multimedia presentations • Manage multimedia projects • Online publishing • Create imaging for the web Qualifications: Certificate in Dress Design • Fashion illustration • Costume design • Elements of supervision • Drawing • Trade pattern making • Clothing construction techniques • Industrial garment assembly Skills/Work Experience Create Websites • Macromedia Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash I have been designing websites for clients on a part time basis since September 2004. Present sites: http://www.karensbeautytherapy.com.au http://www.woodfordgolfclub.com.au Other examples available on disc 1984 to 1990 Made to Measure Patternmaker/Cutter/Seamstress • produce patterns according to client measurements and garment design • place and cut out garment pieces on fabric provided • construct garment to fitting stage • alter (when needed) and complete garment construction • apply decorative finishes as instructed (beading etc) 1978 to 1983 Dressmaker • produce sample range • construct complete garment to end result I have also produced a poetry book which involved design, preparation of layout, illustration, and formatting to create an end result suitable for printers to reproduce. Also compiled Newsletters/Written Reports/Advertising Literature & Written Promotional Material for Local Art Group over a 7 year span. I have been designing websites for clients on a part time basis since September 2004. Present sites: http://www.karensbeautytherapy.com.au http://www.woodfordgolfclub.com.au
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Sharon Siegel - Freelance Editing & Creative Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
$8
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EDUCATION Hampton Bays High School Hampton Bays, New York: New York State Regents Diploma, June 2008, Evert Tennis Academy Boca Raton Florida; Kaplan Preparatory Online School-12th Grade September 2007- May 2008 Tulane University New Orleans, Louisiana: School of Liberal Arts, August 2008-May 2012; awarded Bachelor of Arts in English Sarah Lawrence College Bronxville, New York, September 2012-May 2014; Master of Fine Arts (expected May 2014) in Creative Writing, Fiction WORK EXPERIENCE Sportime of the Hamptons East Quogue, New York: worked summers 2007-2010 as a Staff Tennis Pro; assisting members, organizing matches, and coaching as needed New Age Builders, Inc. Hampton Bays, New York: 2006-2009 worked part time assisting the Office Manager with clerical duties; answering phones, data entry, copying, and errands Pancake Cottage Hampton Bays, New York: worked summer 2006 as bus person during breakfast and lunch shifts CREATIVE WRITING & LITERARY ACTIVITIES 2008-2011 Tulane Women’s Tennis Blog Contributed to the Green Wave Blog for Women’s Tennis. 2009-2011 Tulane Literary Society Regularly attends Writer’s Series, Poetry Readings, and Lectures, and events hosted by 1718: A New Orleans Reading Series in collaboration with Tulane University, Loyola University, and the University of New Orleans. Summer 2011 A Writer’s Summer Conference (attended) Master of Fine Arts Creative Writing Department of Stony Brook University, Southampton Campus. Young Adult Fiction workshop with author Patricia McCormick - National Book Award Finalist and Quill Award Winner. Summer/Fall 2011 Worked individually with Will Chandler, Program Director of the Young American Writers Project at Stony Brook University, Southampton Campus. Mr. Chandler is an American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowship screenwriter STUDY ABROAD Summer 2010 London, England: Literary London – at University of London with the State University of New York at Fredonia. The courses explored the works of Charles Dickens and British women writers using historic London as a backdrop. Summer 2011 Costa Rica: Social Justice, Environment and Language – Roger Thayer Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University. The courses explored notions of citizenship and concepts of social justice in Latin America. PUBLISHED WORK The Cat’s Meow for Writers & Readers, October-December 2011 “Absent Sunshine” poetry collection Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette, September 29, 2011 “Beautiful Burning” Burning Word, October 2011 “Winter, You Are Cold” The Montreal Review, September 2011 “Absent Sunshine” poetry collection Mouse Tales Press, Inc., October 2011 “Absent Sunshine” poetry collection The Rusty Nail Literary Magazine, November 2012 “Recovery” a short story COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE Tulane University Center of Public Service • Fall 2010- semester long service learning program working with Second Harvest, a non-profit organization which works to prevent hunger in New Orleans. Worked to coordinate local food drives and donations, pack and distribute food to those in need. Also studied the organization in an attempt to increase its efficiency. • Summer 2011- Costa Rica, placement with governmental and non-governmental entities charged with civic education, human rights protection, and school drop out prevention. A’s and Aces Foundation, New Orleans, Louisiana September 2010-November 2011 A’s & Aces is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide academic assistance, life skills, and tennis instruction to New Orleans public school children in a safe and secure environment. The objective is to offer services to underserved children who are in need of quality assistance that will promote opportunities for their success. Taught tennis to inner city New Orleans youth. St. Bernard Project, New Orleans, Louisiana November 2010 The St. Bernard Project’s Rebuilding Program rebuilds homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina for senior citizens, people with disabilities and families with children who can not afford to have their homes rebuilt by contractors. For clients who can afford supplies, the St. Bernard Project provides supervised volunteer labor. For clients who can not afford supplies, the St. Bernard Project buys the supplies and provides the labor. Worked on a home for a local family affected by Katrina. COLLEGE TENNIS HISTORY September 2008-January 2012 Tulane University Women’s Tennis Team Collegiate Career Singles and Doubles wins over players from the following Major NCAA Division I programs; Rice University, Mississippi State U., U. Kentucky, LSU, Tulsa U., U. Missouri, U. Texas El Paso, U. Tennessee Martin, U. Texas San Antonio, Texas State, Alabama State, U. Alabama Birmingham, U. Southern Mississippi, Samford University, Belmont University, U. North Carolina Charlotte, Evansville State U., Abilene Christian U., Lee University
Yonkers, New York, United States