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Suzanne Wilson - Freelance Writing & Poem Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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Hi. I am a published author of one novel, and another in the works. My preferred genre are thrillers, mystery and romance. I am new to ghostwriting, but can assure you I am highly motivated to do an excellent job and build references. I am a creative thinker with outstanding writing, spelling, grammar and dialogue skills. I am also adept at writing poetry to fit different occasions and can...
Hanford, California, United States
Sean Orner - Freelance Bookkeeping & Payroll Management
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3.0
2 Skills
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Having spent the past 8 years in a diverse set of roles for various education-based companies, I am able to think outside the box and wear many hats to solve problems and provide meaningful, measurable results. As the co-founder of a successful small business in San Jose, CA, I understand the value and importance of maintaining accurate, up-to-date records. I am detail-oriented, focused not...
Hanford, California, United States
Richard Tyler - Freelance Music Production & Word Processing
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Hanford, California, United States
Kennybams - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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Hanford, California, United States
Brooke Wilbur - Freelance Drawing & Photography
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Hanford, California, United States

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The Story Mom - Freelance Children's Book Writing & Creative Writing
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I am a thirty-something mother with a crazy imagination and I have two beautiful little girls who are the inspiration for much of my writing. My passion for great stories has been a part of who I am for as long as I can remember. Like most authors, many of my childhood days were spent pouring over favorites such as The Secret Garden, Twelve Dancing Princesses and of course The Chronicles of Narnia. At about six years old, I wrote my first story and since then have spent the last twenty-four years perfecting my style and content. In 1996 I submitted a poem entitled Christmas Time in a competition sponsored by Reader’s Digest. It was selected for publication in The National Library of Poetry collection entitled Memories of Tomorrow. Currently I spend much of my time creating content for my blog and stories for my friends and family. Please visit my website to view samples of my work.
Conroe, Texas, United States
Kristy Wolfe - Freelance Photo Editing & Print Ad Design
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3.5
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$45
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I graduated in 2003 with a BS degree in Communications/ Advertising. I currently hold a MS in Education. I have owned my own ad/design company which I closed to go back to school. I currently teach and run my own photography studio. Subjects I have taught include language arts, science and history. I am also currently working on having several children's books published.
Mountain City, Tennessee, United States
Joaquin Pereyra - Freelance Comic Art & Digital Art
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4.0
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$25
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I began working as flater with Michael Kelleher (Kellustration) in the comic reconstruction for Marvel and Dark Horse (Marvel Masterworks & archives). Furthermore I did flats for other artists (Mikel janin, Joe halpin) Also I've managed to develop many different styles through the years. That made me a versatile colorist. So when a project comes up I talk with the client to find the style which suit better to their projects. I'm used to meet tight deadline always maintaining professional quality.
cordoba, Cordoba, Argentina
Lisa Mauch - Freelance Content Writing & Editing
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Lisa J. Mauch 429 Missouri Ave. Apt. 6, Cincinnati, OH 45226 513.535.1504 (c) • 513.533.0084 (h) • lmauch@cinci.rr.com Summary Copy editor with desire and ability to deliver a product that is free from spelling errors, typos and grammar pitfalls. Well-versed in Associated Press style with a passing familiarity with Chicago Manual of Style. Proven ability to work with a team, meet deadlines and provide amiable customer service. Community Press newspapers 2011 Reporter in editorial department. Responsibilities include: • Writing about news, people and subjects of local interest in Clermont County. • Covering events in the Clermont community and posting photo galleries online. Community Press newspapers 2003- 2011 Presentation editor in pagination department. Responsibilities include: • Assured page layout was visually interesting and used space optimally for increased readability. • Edited stories and headlines on the page for length and clarity. Rewrote as necessary. • Assured press deadlines were met so papers were printed on schedule. Checked final proofs before sending them to the press room. • Checked for accuracy in facts, grammar, spelling and Associated Press style to present newspapers in professional manner to readers. • Edited religion, food and consumer columnists; posted columns to the web to expand readership. Acted as liaison between the public and columnists. • Helped edit press releases and reader-submitted stories and photos for print and web to assure professional journalism standards were met. • Wrote stories for the regional Life sections to promote local arts, events, sports, history and people. • Shot photographs of community events to create online galleries as well as photo spreads in the paper. Xavier University 1999-2003 Assistant editor in the university’s office of marketing and public relations. Responsibilities included: • Researched ideas and wrote stories for the alumni magazine Xavier. • Wrote and edited for other in-house marketing publications to promote Xavier to potential students and donors. • Supervised student worker in publication of faculty/staff newsletter to help disseminate relevant campus in formation in a timely manner. • Wrote, organized and posted campus news stories to the web to make sure readers were seeing a fresh page every day on the Xavier site. CityBeat newspaper 1996-1999 Copy editor for publication. Responsibilities included: • Worked on special publications (i.e. Annual Manual, Dining Guide, Best of Cincinnati) for style and copy consistency to ensure quality of publications. • Wrote feature stories and literary reviews to promote life in Cincinnati and author book signings at local bookstores. • Assembled the weekly restaurant listings and wrote weekly food column called “The Dish” to keep readers apprised of restaurant openings and closings and other local culinary news. Community Press newspapers 1997-1998 Editorial assistant for Equine Edition, a monthly publication for equestrian and horse-related businesses. • Laid out pages for easy readability. • Edited stories for AP style standards as well as grammar and spelling. • Scanned photos and color corrected to ensure optimal quality for use in the paper. Cincinnati Business Courier 2003 Free-lance contributor • Wrote stories on local businesses for Growth Strategy and Real Estate sections. Education • Xavier University, Master of Arts in Humanities • The University of Denver, Publishing Institute • Miami University, Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism Computer Skills • Microsoft Word • QuarkXpress • Adobe Photoshop • NewsEditPro IQue • Saxotech Lisa J. Mauch 429 Missouri Ave. Apt. 6, Cincinnati, OH 45226 513.535.1504 (c) • 513.533.0084 (h) • lmauch@cinci.rr.com Summary Copy editor with desire and ability to deliver a product that is free from spelling errors, typos and grammar pitfalls. Well-versed in Associated Press style with a passing familiarity with Chicago Manual of Style. Proven ability to work with a team, meet deadlines and provide amiable customer service. Community Press newspapers 2003- Current Presentation editor in newspaper’s pagination department. Responsibilities include: • Assure page layout is visually interesting and uses space optimally for increased readability. • Edit stories and headlines on the page for length. • Assure press deadlines are met so papers are printed on schedule. Check final proofs before sending to press room. • Check for accuracy in facts, grammar, spelling and Associated Press style to present newspapers in professional manner to readers. • Edit religion, food and consumer columnists; post columns to the web to expand our readership. Act as liaison between the public and columnists. • Help edit press releases and reader-submitted stories and photos for print and web to assure professional journalism standards are met. • Write stories for the regional Life sections to promote local arts, events, sports, history and people. Xavier University 1999-2003 Assistant editor in the university’s office of marketing and public relations. Responsibilities included: • Researched ideas and wrote stories for the alumni magazine Xavier. • Wrote and edited for other in-house marketing publications to promote Xavier to potential students and donors. • Supervised student worker in publication of faculty/staff newsletter to help disseminate relevant campus in formation in a timely manner. • Wrote, organized and posted campus news stories to the web to make sure readers were seeing a fresh page every day on the Xavier site. CityBeat newspaper 1996-1999 Copy editor for publication. Responsibilities included: • Worked on special publications (i.e. Annual Manual, Dining Guide, Best of Cincinnati) for style and copy consistency to ensure quality of publications. • Wrote feature stories and literary reviews to promote life in Cincinnati and author book signings at local bookstores. • Assembled the weekly restaurant listings and wrote weekly food column called “The Dish” to keep readers apprised of restaurant openings and closings and other local culinary news. Community Press newspapers 1997-1998 Editorial assistant for Equine Edition, a monthly publication for equestrian and horse-related businesses. • Laid out pages for easy readability. • Edited stories for AP style standards as well as grammar and spelling. • Scanned photos and color corrected to ensure optimal quality for use in the paper. Cincinnati Business Courier 2003 Free-lance contributor • Wrote stories on local businesses for Growth Strategy and Real Estate sections. Education • Xavier University, Master of Arts in Humanities • The University of Denver, Publishing Institute • Miami University, Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism Computer Skills • Microsoft Word • QuarkXpress • Adobe Photoshop • NewsEditPro IQue • Saxotech Journalism Awards • Seven Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists awards • Five Ohio Society of Professional Journalist awards • Four Hometown Communication Award of Excellence awards • One Cincinnati Editors Association award. For a complete list, visit my LinkedIn page at www.linkedin.com/pub/lisa-mauch/15/442/ab4 Journalism Awards • Seven Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists awards • Five Ohio Society of Professional Journalist awards • Four Hometown Communication Award of Excellence awards • One Cincinnati Editors Association award. For a complete list, visit my LinkedIn page at www.linkedin.com/pub/lisa-mauch/15/442/ab4
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Jonathan Walker - Freelance Script Writing & Proofreading
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4.0
2 Skills
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Hi there. My name's Jonathan Walker. I'm a second year student at Staffordshire University studying script writing. During my time on the course, I've learnt what makes for a good story which will keep the audiences engaged from start to finish. I've also been fortunate enough to have met and interviewed Richard Curtis (the writer of Love Actually, Bridget Jones's Diary, and many more classics) who further helped my understanding of the art of writing. When writing, I like to challenge myself by working with different genres as well as having a go at feature length films alongside shows for TV; by doing this, my aim is to make myself more flexible, therefore I'm happy to take on any genre presented to me. I have a lot of motivation when it comes to writing, allowing for high quality, fairly quick first drafts. As well as scriptwriting, I've had training with the Sony NX70 camera and will soon be undertaking a training course for Adobe Premiere for editing. With this training, I've acted as producer, cameraman and contributed towards both the plot and editing (on Final Cut Pro) for a short film found in my portfolio. More films are planned over the next year. I also have experience at writing articles for magazines having had to create a magazine for an assignment. Also, I've created many posters, both for the magazine and other projects . As I wish to pursue a career in these fields, I'm not necessarily doing it for the money just yet, but rather for the exposure, to get my name out there. Therefore, I'm happy to take on certain projects for a very small price or even do it for free, so long as I'm credited for the work. If you have any questions or queries, or even just want to sample some of my work before consideration, feel free to get in touch. Thanks for reading, hope you have a great day!
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom