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Mohau Dineka - Freelance Logo Design & 3D Graphic Design
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3.5
2 Skills
$500
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I am passionate about graphic design I just started my own graphic design company. I have about 6years of experience in the field I can design anything and everything from logos, T-shirts, cups, stickers, posters, and so much more
United Kingdom
Lisa R - Freelance Copywriting & Content Writing
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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Marketing’s an ever-changing playing field that requires the steady balance that comes with sticking to the basics as you adapt to the new. While a great strategy is important, there is no magic formula or number of “likes” that’s going to skyrocket you to ecommerce or Google utopia within a week. I’m not going to sell you that hype. What I do offer is an innate understanding of what consumers want and how to reach them. Whether it’s through admin, customer service or marketing and advertising techniques, I will work with you to meet your company’s goals by helping to create a customer base to last the long haul.
Zanesville, Ohio, United States
Tracey Washington - Freelance Songwriting & Singing
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Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$200
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Songwriter of country, rap, gospel, r&b slowjams, poetry. The very best freelancer available. Music design for how music is today. Music of makes plenty of sense and very understandable. 25 years experiences in songwriting and been at through thrashhold of music promotions and celebrity encouraged. 200.00 /hr is my rate because you are going to get what you are paying me for. I all ready have a country song and an r&b slowjam available right now. The only things about my negotiation or is that you with have to agree to give me $5,000.00/ yr. for life if you hit it big. A contract will be negotiated to this agreement and the probability for success will probably be high. If interested contact Tracey Washington at 478- 353-6426. Or just email me at traceyw4500@hotmail.com. Thanks! Tracey Washington. Former Affiliate of Top Records, Majestic Records, & Music City Music Records In Nashville Tennesse.
Eastman, Georgia, United States
Jereme - Freelance Portrait Painting & Photo Editing
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$20
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Realism and Impressionism synergized. Oil and acrylic. Brilliant sketches, charcoal graphite. Capable of advanced audio and video editing. Photo enhancement and design extraordinaire. My sketches look like Raphael's and my painting like Degas's.
Sherman Oaks, California, United States
Kassandra Konecny - Freelance Book Writing & Creative Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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For the last three years, I have devoted hours upon hours of my time to writing and reading. I have recently published a modern fantasy novel by the name of Hidden in the Shadows. For a while now, I have been wanting to get into editing, but I do not yet have the experience. If you would like, send me a few pages of something you would like edited, and I will edit it free of charge so that you may see what I can do. Whether you would like me to edit a full draft of something as long as a novel or a short essay, I can negotiate a reasonable price with you.
Centerville, Utah, United States
Diane Treon - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$50
Rate/Hr
St. Vincent’s Services, Brooklyn, NY March 2009 – Present Manager of Corporate and Foundation Giving Total Raised: $2.5 million Work with the Managing Director of Resource Advancement, Executive Director, and program staff to grow SVS’s Foundation, Corporate, and Government donor base. Activities include: Craft proposals/letters of inquiry/reports and other donor correspondence. Arrange site visits and coordinate other prospect/donor stewardship. Supervise one full-time staff member (the Grants Coordinator). Successfully secured $2.5 million for grants for basic general support and special project support, including: DeMatteis Family Foundation, $750,000 The Hearst Foundation, $50,000 New York Women’s Foundation, $40,000 (2010); renewed at $50,000 (2012); renewed at $60,000 (2013) The Foundation Center, New York, NY July 2008 – December 2008 Director of Development Total Raised: $1 million Worked with the Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, and the President to achieve financial and institutional goals. Activities included: Provided high-level strategic assistance and support in planning, coordinating, and implementing the Center’s efforts to secure gift income from foundations and corporations, including the annual, national, and regional campaigns, and funding for special projects. Supervised three full-time staff members: the Senior Development Associate, the Development Associate, and the Donor Database Coordinator as well as one part-time grants writer. Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $1 million in grants, including: Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, $825,000 The Children’s Aid Society, New York, NY January 2006 – July 2008 Assistant Director of Development Total Raised: $10 million Led a national fundraising campaign designed to secure significant program support for the national expansion of the highly successful Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program (APPP), as well as the operations of the National Adolescent Sexuality Training Center (NASTC). Targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $10 million in grants, including: Robin Hood Foundation, $5 million in grants (combined total) BOOST (Baltimore Out of School Time), $200,000 Stavros Niarchos Foundation, $100,000 The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc., $100,000 Aaron Straus and Lillie Straus Foundation, $50,000 The Rockefeller University, New York, NY May 2003 – December 2005 Director, Foundation and Corporate Support Total Raised = $4 million Worked closely with the Vice President of Development, other Development directors, and approximately 100 key scientific staff (including post docs, researchers, and lab heads) to increase foundation and corporate giving. Activities included: Coordinated the University’s internal fellowship program, which distributed $1.5 million annually in fellowships and awards to Rockefeller researchers Working with the University’s Finance Office, coordinated the preparation of grant-related financial materials, including budgets, financial reports, and other documents. Coordinated corporate and foundation site visits. Oversaw a staff of one (Development Assistant). Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $4 million in grants for biomedical research, including: The Dana Foundation $300,000 (Human Immunology Research) Irvington Institute for Immunological Research $203,000 (two postdoctoral fellowships for Immunology Research) Breast Cancer Alliance $100,000 (Breast Cancer Research) May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation $100,000 (Alzheimer’s Research) The Americas Society, New York, NY September 2001 – April 2003 Director, Foundation and Corporate Relations Total Raised: $1.2 million Oversaw all aspects of Foundation, Corporate, and Government fundraising across all institutional programmatic areas (Visual Arts, Music, and Literature). Activities included: Worked closely with lobbyist at the federal level to submit compelling proposals to federal grantmaking entities (including the NEA, the NEH, and IMLS). Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $1.2 million in grants, including: Citigroup Foundation $75,000 Starr Foundation $50,000 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts $50,000 JPMorganChase Foundation $25,000 National Endowment for the Humanities $35,000 Planning Grant (in collaboration with The Asia Society and Museum) New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Exhibition and Literature Programs $25,000 El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY January 2001 - August 2001 Grants Manager Total Raised: $800,000 Worked with a team of approximately 10 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports. Activities included: Worked closely with key staff (including Museum President Susanna Toruella-Leval and Chief Lobbyist Susan del Valle) on NYC and NYS level lobbying efforts. Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $800,000 in grants, including: Nathan Cummings Foundation $50,000 Vivendi Universal $25,000 Sony USA $40,000 In-kind New York State Council on the Arts Museum and Exhibition Programs $50,000 (Two at $25,000) American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY July 1995 - April 2000 (three positions held) Assistant Director, Foundation and Government Support July 1998 - April 2000 Coordinator, Foundation and Government Support July 1997 - July 1998 Total Raised: $2.5 million Worked with approximately 100 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports, in conjunction with the highly successful Campaign for the Museum of the New Century ($600 million ultimately raised). Activities included: Working with lobbyist consultant at the NYC, NYS, and federal level to submit compelling proposals for significant government grants. Directly responsible for securing appx. $850,000 in grants annually, including: $400,000 for Education Institute of Museum and Library Services from Vidda Foundation $110,000 for General Services from Vidda Foundation $100,000 for Education from Picower Foundation $ 80,000 for Hall of the Universe from NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs Actively involved in securing appx. $500,000 in Campaign Gifts, including: $10 million for the Starr Natural Sciences Building from The Starr Foundation Multi-million dollar gift for Hayden Planetarium from Charles Hayden Foundation $1 million for the Discovery Room from Edward John Noble Foundation Government sources, including: National Science Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; Institute for Museum and Library Services ($112,000, one of two top awards for that year); the New York State Council on the Arts; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs ($80,000 challenge grant, the highest grant in that category). Secretary, Ornithology Department July 1995 - July 1997 Maintained spreadsheets for departmental budget; composed departmental correspondence; coordinated the Frank M. Chapman Memorial Grants and Fellowships program. CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS July 2008 New York Fundraising Summit—New York University Co-Presenter: “Winning Proposals: A Tour of Four Successful Case Studies” June 2008 New Jersey/New York Fundraising Conference—Montclair State University Co-Presenter: “Planning and Writing Winning Proposals” EDUCATION Present The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Coursework toward a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts (Focus on Women’s Studies and English) 1991 The Pennsylvania State University, State College, B.A./English, Emphasis in Writing (With Highest Honors) Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg, A.A./Liberal Arts-Communications and the Arts
Englewood, New Jersey, United States
Christie Shinn - Freelance Art & Anime Art
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$35
Rate/Hr
Career Summary A versatile and experienced professional that has 5+ years in design work: games, fashion, beauty, web, and tech. Open to explore new ideas and avenues of which to expand the scope of the project. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills including the ability to collaborate and conceptualize with a team. Self-starter on projects and able to work cross-departmentally. Proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, and familiar with 3DS Max, iOS, Android, Mac and PC platforms. Experience Graphic Design/Artist ($45,000 /yr) April 2007 – Present HoraTora Studios /Freelance Work Glendale, CA Concept Art and Illustration: Environmental and character concept for Feline Fuelled Games. Character concept artist for Lethal Lens, LLC. Design: Logos for Healthy Velocity and other companies, Press kits and advertisements for web and print – MPOGD.com Instruction: Prepared the next generation of gamers for next generation of consoles and design development at ITT-Tech. Packaging Graphic Designer ($40,000 /yr) January 2012 – May 2013 Superior Communications Irwindale, CA Packaging and Print: The packages were printed with realistic and efficient ETAs. ToughSuit concept for a Fellowes/T-Mobile hybrid packaging. The clients requesting another concept for their ShockSuit line. Cross-teamed with several departments to construct concept to reality within cost and launch schedules. Clients: Verizon, ATT, T-Mobile, and US Cellular. Art Reviewer ($35 /hr) February 2011 – January 2012 Eddie Yang Studio (now Alliance Studio) Glendale, CA Corrected and evaluated character models with China studios. AAA Titles: W’12 and UFC 3 Resident Artist ($1080 /qtr) September 2009 – September 2010 HABLA Underground Gallery Los Angeles, CA Co-Founded program for upcoming artists. PR: New exhibits to maintain and expand base. Featured in the exhibition, “Harvest”. Assistant Concept Artist (Apprenticeship) December 2008 – December 2009 Ethereal Muse Goleta, CA Created environmental and character concepts for Encore. Graphic/Document Designer (Apprenticeship) August 2007 – August 2008 MPOGD/lvlupcommunications Online Increased worldwide circulation and traffic from media kits, newsletters, updated logos and in-house graphics. Education ITT-Technical Institute, Oxnard, CA September 2004 – March 2007 BS, Digital Entertainment and Game Design Graduated Valedictorian. 3.75 GPA University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA September 1993 – March 2003 BA, Art Studio BA, Film Studies Skills Adobe CS6: Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Adobe After Effects, Flash, InDesign, Acrobat, Autodesk: 3DS Max, Sketchbook Pro, Microsoft Office Database and Languages: AS400, Filemaker Pro, Programming: HTML, HTML5, CSS3, and some PHP Platforms: Mac, PC, iOS, and Android
Glendale, California, United States
Heungwoo Choi - Freelance Movie Production & Videography
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$12
Rate/Hr
Hi my name is Tommy Heungwoo Choi. I am currently attending film school for cinematography and am able to light and operate camera. I own a canon 60D with a selection of lenses, Gopro hero 3, and i am also able to rent out other equipment from my school if needed. Below is some of my work and i'm looking forward to hearing back from you. Thanks -Tommy Choi https://vimeo.com/60235453 https://vimeo.com/62751642 https://vimeo.com/user4926582/videos
New York, New York, United States
Carol Tornatore - Freelance Book Cover Design & Book Design
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$65
Rate/Hr
• Award-winning Freelance Senior Graphic Designer/Illustrator specializing in book and print-based design • Experienced in all phases of the creative process from conception to production, including managing and art directing freelance and in-house teams to achieve high-quality, on-budget projects • Proven ability in building and maintaining successful and collaborative working relationships with authors, editors, creative directors, publishers, marketing, and printers, to oversee all aspects of the design project Professional Experience Carol Tornatore Design / Nokomis Florida 2000 – present / Principle • Provide diverse, inventive solutions to a wide variety of design projects, including book interior and cover designs, quickly and efficiently with particular attention to detail resulting in high quality products. • Self-motivated, able to generate fresh design options in relation to quality level, cost, marketing, and publishing schedule • Consult directly with editors, authors, and publishers designing fiction, non-fiction, and picture books to avoid costly errors in the final stages of production • Develop, implement and facilitate large and small-scale budgets on a per project basis • Guide and direct all aspects of the design process through formatting/layout process, all mechanical stages, preparation of files for printing, reviewing 4/C proofs, and attending press checks to insure quality control • Art direct freelance illustrators through concept, storyboarding, preparation of digital files, or preparation of illustrations for color separation • Review portfolios, select and supervise illustrators and photographers, and direct photo shoots • Illustration skills in communicating ideas creatively and effectively in a range of media including: ink-based drawings, oils, pastels, 3-dimensional construction, digital photo manipulation, and cut paper Gulf Shore Media, Inc./Sarasota Magazine / Sarasota, Florida 1998 – 2000 / Art Director Sarasota Magazine, Concierge Magazine, On the Beach Visitor’s Guide Book, Van Wezel Performing Arts Program Guide Books, Invitations to various local events Sarasota Magazine, Concierge Magazine, On the Beach Visitor’s Guide Book, Van Wezel Performing Arts Program Guide Books, Invitations to various local events • Conceptualized creative, contemporary covers and interiors of Sarasota Magazine on a monthly basis • Maintained visual identity to complement the editorial tone; created fresh design while maintaining a consistency from one issue to the next resulting in Charlie awards • Identified and resolved potential layout issues during design process • Managed and motivated professional in-house and freelance designers • Art directed and coordinated freelance photographers to achieve high-quality imagery for each issue • Handled all aspects of scheduling, problem-solving, relationship building with vendors Pineapple Press, Inc. / Sarasota, Florida 1994 – 1997 / Designer / Production Manager • Design, production, and project management of a large list of trade book projects, catalogs, and marketing materials • Conceptualized innovative, contemorary covers and interiors aligned with editorial direction • Developed new typographic and layout solutions • Maintained relationships with printers and vendors • Utilizied up-to-date knowledge of industry software McDougal, Littell/Houghton Mifflin / Evanston, Illinois 1988 – 1994 / Senior Designer Designed, implemented, and worked with a variety of creative professionals on the Literature and Language series (7 grades), Handwriting Connections series (7 grades), Geometry, Algebra I and II, and Economics program. • Responsible for all aspects of textbook and product design from initial concept to finished product including student and teacher editions and teacher’s resource files, ancillary materials, packaging, software, and boxwraps • Reviewed and discussed concepts and design directions in a collaborative team setting • Guided and supervised teams of up to 10 freelance designers on a per-project basis by utilizing innovative methods and compelling goals to achieve high-quality product • Reviewed artist and photographer portfolios to acquire top quality illustration and photography on a per-project basis • Art directed freelance illustrators and photographers • Conducted creative exploration of all typography, graphics, techniques, and materials • Color-corrected proofs for covers and interiors and traveled to press runs to oversee final production Education Mundelein College, Chicago, IL / Fine Art University of Chicago, Chicago, IL / Elements of Book Design Skills • Extensive knowledgeof Photoshop, QuarkXpress, Illustrator and Word. • Solid working knowledge of Mac computer system Awards The Virginia Press Women’s Association Communication Awards for Children’s Fiction President’s Book Awards, The Advertising Federation of the Suncoast Florida Print Awards: Best of Category Addy Award: Carol Tornatore Design Charlie Awards, Silver and Bronze: The Florida Magazine Association Addy Awards: The Advertising Federation of the Suncoast Addy Award: Coastal Printing, Inc. Boston Globe Literary Press Association Chicago Book Clinic Chicago Women in Publishing The Catholic Book Awards: Best Book University and College Designer Association
Sarasota, Florida, United States
LaVelle Floyd - Freelance 3D Animation & 3D Graphic Design
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Kudos
2.5
2 Skills
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LaVelle Floyd 1870 Forest Hill Ave. Apt 3 E. Cleveland, Ohio, 44112 216-924-6751 lavelle.floyd@yahoo.com Game Development and Art is my life. I've been learning programming and 3ds max since i was in the 6th grade. I taught myself how to program reading books like the 3DS max series and learn C++ programming in 24 hours. Also I've known how to draw since I was a child, so I decided to take art classes in high school and some in college. I have a passion for game design for as long as I can remember. A qualified, dynamic and experienced, and team leader with the ability to formulate administrative policies and ensure high standards of discipline in any business environment. I also have excellent communication, inter-personal and problem-sloving skills which will benefit any organization. Associate 05/09/2011-Present Select Services/U.S. Cotton Cleveland, Ohio 44118 ? overnight unloading and stocking merchandise ? Maintenance ? Inventory ? Machine Operating Sales-Associate 05/09/2011-Present The Home Depot Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118 ? Customer service ? overnight unloading and stocking merchandise ? Customer Service experience ? Maintenance ? Inventory Crew Member 04/24/2008-04/29/2011 McDonalds Cleveland, Ohio 44113 ? Inventory ? Maintenance ? Prepping Food ? Cooking Food ? Emloyee Trainer Security 06/2009-08/2009 Cleveland Metropolitan School District Cleveland, Ohio 44113 ? Sign in visitors ? Securing inside/outside building ? Monitor visitors Education 08/26/2010-Present Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland, Ohio 44115 ? Current: Associate of Art References References are available on request.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States