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Dope Designer365 - Freelance Photo Editing & Graphic Design
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Weston, Florida, United States

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Edda H Kristinsdottir - Freelance Animation & Children's Book Illustration
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I am an concept artist, illustrator and animator. I have been freelancing for 5 years and am constantly on a look out for new clients. I have BA in Character Animation from the Animation Workshop and a Postgraduate Certificate from London Animation Studio (Central Saint Martins college of art & design). I have also attended Professional Course as a 3D artist at the Animation Workshop as well as have had the privilege to attend a concept course with Iain McCaig and Paul Topolos. My education has given me a training to adapt to various styles as well as strengthening my own personal style and that is where my passion lies. I love creating something new and unique. That's without doubt where my strength lies. I hope I can be of any use for your projects now and/or in the future. Kind regards, Edda
Copenhagen, Capital Region, Denmark
Paul Waters - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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Personal synopsis: I was born in Scotland (June 8, 1947), emigrated to Canada in 1953, and grew up in Cape Breton; I attended high school in Sept-Îles, Que., and university at St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish, N.S. I have worked full time as a journalist in both print and television since 1965. I’m married (1971) and my wife and I have six children. Skills: I’m a good writer, a fastidious grammarian and a darned fine editor (straightening out tortured prose a specialty). I manage people reasonably well, usually in a collegial style but I can lower the hammer when it’s absolutely necessary. I’m also adept at assembling pages using Quark Express and Quark Copydesk and I have recently learned to do the same thing on Saxotech.. I speak serviceable French. Career history: March-June, 2011: I spent just over three months working in Doha as a script editor and writing coach for Al Jazeera English. 2003-2011 – Editorial writer and letters editor, Montreal Gazette: As a member of the editorial board – often referred to by envious colleagues as the “ivory tower” or the “chess club” – I help through debate and study to develop the newspaper’s position on any number of issues, ranging from the war in Afghanistan and the election in Zimbabwe to the performance of the city’s police department in dealing with hockey-playoff riots. I also play an active role in selecting and editing stories for our Opinion page and letters for the ever-popular Letters to the Editor. I was one of three finalists for the 2010 National Newspaper Award (Canada’s Pulitzers) for editorial writing. 1990-2003 – Travel editor, Montreal Gazette: For 12 years I was the envy of my peers, travelling the world on The Gazette’s dime to places as varied as Yukon and Jordan. Many friends and colleagues still wonder why I abandoned such a dream gig, and I sometimes wonder myself. It wasn’t all beer and skittles, though. I produced a weekly section, managed a stable of sometimes unruly freelancers, worried about an ever-tightening budget, and wrote a weekly – and I’m pleased to say – well-read column. I also introduced a number of innovations – a “follow the readers” column, a best-deals feature, a weekend getaway column, etc. – all while reducing the budget by 30 per cent and increasing readership. 1982-1990 – Assignment editor, Montreal Gazette: As a front-line manager of a newsroom of about 30 reporters and feature writers, I organized day-to-day coverage of everything from bank robberies to health-care failures. I also oversaw the two-person legislative bureau in Quebec City. My particular strengths were developing offbeat and overlooked stories and organizing on-the-fly extensive coverage of such major disasters as the Air India bombing of 1985. 1978-1982 – Producer and executive producer, TV news, CBC-British Columbia: I was sent to Vancouver to help unify a warring newsroom and transform the limping and barely-watched suppertime news and public-affairs hour into a modern integrated information program. It was a hard time – dealing with five mutually antagonistic unions, a cumbersome management system, and a market-dominating competitor – but by and large we succeeded, increasing market share with an award-winning program and a minimal amount of blood on the floor. I also produced several stand-alone public-affairs programs on subjects as diverse as incest and phony bankruptcies. 1974-1978 – Writer, editor and producer, CBC national TV news: I worked with such luminaries as Lloyd Robertson, Peter Kent and Peter Mansbridge on The National –at the time the CBC’s premier nightly newscast. I began as a writer on the desk, putting words in Lloyd Robertson’s mouth, and worked my way up to lineup editor. I also did some field producing, most memorably being sent to Montreal in 1976 to oversee the team covering the Parti Québécois’s first election victory under René Lévesque. In my final year in Toronto I was named producer of The National with overall responsibility for day-today operations. 1968-1974 – Reporter and writer, Montreal Gazette: I began covering court and became something of an expert on the criminal organizations that operated Montreal’s gambling and ************ rackets at the time. I went on to become a general-assignment reporter and feature writer, covering among other things, the police strike of 1969, the Parti Québécois’s first election campaign of 1970 and the subsequent FLQ crisis that October, the inquiry into organized crime of 1972, and the expropriation of farmlands for the no defunct Mirabel Airport, the mistreatment of children in custodial care, etc. I spent my last year as the legislative correspondent in Quebec City. 1965-1968 – Reporter and editor, Sherbrooke Daily Record: For decades this little newspaper in Quebec’s Eastern Townships was the closest thing Quebec had to a journalism school. It was here I honed my skills as a writer and reporter, covering fires and robberies, doing police checks, writing features, reporting on municipal politics, etc. I was promoted to news editor, the No. 2 position in the newsroom, at the age of 20 and helped in the transition from hot lead to offset. In my last eight months I served as acting editor in chief – the youngest newsroom manager in the country. .
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Robert Douglas - Freelance Drawing & Horror Art
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I am interested In tattoo flash designing. Also becoming a artist again i relcated and left a shop about 2 years ago. I am good at custom tattoo flash. I am interested perhaps in the coin industry Been into american currancy collections for roughly 20 years. Educated in coins from late 1700s to modern. Able to grade some.
New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States
Phyllis Henderson - Freelance Article Writing & Proofreading
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Phyllis Henderson Introduction I’m Phyllis Henderson and I live in a small central Texas town located on Lake Buchanan. I’ve worked since age 15, and I enjoy staying busy. Writing is one of my favorite hobbies. I worked as a newspaper reporter, editor and publisher for more than five years. I’ve used many types of publishing software in the newspaper industry, and I’m very proficient in all Microsoft Office and Adobe software. I worked for an International hotel chain for three years as an accounts receivables associate. My billing scores were consistently in the 90+% from the first month I entered that position. I was awarded Associate of the Month twice in 2007, and as a result, I was also named Associate of the Year. I found the hospitality industry to be very rewarding, and very exciting. I met and worked with people from all over the world and I always went home feeling as if I had made many accomplishments every day. For more than 20 years my family owned and operated an L.P. Gas company in Houston and in central Texas. I held a Commercial Driver’s License and I was qualified with the Texas Railroad Commission to perform all aspects of L.P. Gas operations. In addition to making deliveries and designing L.P. Gas systems, I kept the company records and filed State and Federal tax returns. After 20 years my family sold the L.P. Gas businesses and we “retired.” I’ve enjoyed a wide verity of working experiences over my lifetime, and I’ve enjoyed many challenges. I’ve always held the belief that there is nothing I can’t do, or learn to do. I look forward to meeting the challenges you present. Software Skills • Microsoft Word • Microsoft Excel • Microsoft Front Page • Microsoft Windows Email • Microsoft Power Point • Adobe Photoshop • Adobe Page Maker • Adobe Audition • Windows Movie Maker • Other Software as Needed Personal Strengths • Written and Spoken English • AP Writing Style • General Accounting • Transcription • Data Entry • Writing • Office Assistant • Exceptional Learning Skills
Comanche, Texas, United States
Darla Duncan - Freelance Ad Design & Logo Design
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I am an artist. I work as an office manager and painting contractor for MEM Remodeling & More. I am always interested in doing art projects on the side as my career choice gives me great leniency in my schedule. I have created logos, banners, signs and murals for many companies. I am great in naturalism, surrealism and cartooning. I prefer mixed media and I am experienced in Oil, acrylic, water color, pastels, water color pencils, graphite pencils, charcoals, sculpting, moldings and anything else I can get my hands on. I have worked in collaboration with many other artists in many settings; ie...magazine articles, sculpted tile and replications for retail. I also do faux painting and antiquing. I have many art classes and lessons behind me. All of my teachers have told me I am far above most in ability.
Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Sarah Welty - Freelance Content Writing & Editing
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$25
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I'm a recent graduate with a Bachelor's degree in English and a minor in theatre. I'm currently working as a market research analyst and graphics specialist at a research firm that serves the electric utility industry. I research, write, design and publish the four reports I produce each month. During my time at Davidson College, I was the editor-in-chief of the Davidsonian, the campus newspaper. I reported on major campus news items and produced several theatrical reviews and miscellaneous arts pieces for that publication during my time as a student. I also assisted with layout and photography.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Jamie D'Ath - Freelance Anime Art & CAD
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Hiya! My Name is Jamie, and I am mainly a hobbyist in art. I have a full time job but art is my main hobby and I take commissions too. I am self taught, and use the programs: - Clip Studio Paint - Paint Tool Sai - Photoshop I really enjoy drawing, and tend to draw most days because it takes away the stress in my life. My art prices are pretty set, only being altered in special circumstances (ie. a halfbody has no background so the price is reduced by the amount of time it takes to add one) Portfolio: http://jamieclairedath.wixsite.com/dathie
Hoddesdon, Hertford, United Kingdom
Harish Rajpal - Freelance CRM Programming & Database Programming
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• More than 9 years of programming and enterprise-level application development experience using Microsoft .Net platform. • Expert knowledge in designing, customizing, and implementing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0/4.0 applications and SSIS report development for CRM. • Experience integrating Microsoft Dynamics SL and SharePoint server with CRM • Experience using .Net technologies such as C#, ASP.Net, ADO.Net, .Net Remoting, Reflection, Web Services, Http Handlers and modules, XML/XSL/XSLT. • Experience creating number of extensible plug-in based applications using interfaces, custom attributes, and reflection to load assemblies. • Extensive involvement in all stages of application development life cycle including requirements, logical and physical architecture modeling, design, development, implementation, and support. • Experienced with OOP, design patterns and agile environment. • Thorough understanding and experience tuning and designing database tables, stored procedures, functions and triggers in SQL Server. • Comprehensive experience in all phases of application development from initial requirements gathering, systems design, specification, and project planning through construction, documentation, deployment, and training. SpecialtiesVisual Studio.NET, SQL Reporting Services, Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0/4.0, .Net Framework, ASP.NET, C#. NET, VB.NET, Win forms, Infragistics, MS SQL Server 2000/2005/2008, ADO.Net, T-SQL, ODBC, PL/SQL, ASP, VB Script, Java Script, HTML, DHTML, XML, XSL, XSLT, XPATH, SOAP, COM, COM+, DTS,.NET Assemblies, .Net Security, XML Web Services, Ajax, IIS 5.0/6.0, Clear Quest, Visual Source Safe (VSS), IBM Clear Case, NUnit, OOA/OOD (UML, Design patterns), Relational Database Design, SOA, TDD
San Diego, California, United States
Robin A Monacella - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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squigglz.livejournal.com - personal blog boobiebar.livejournal.com - NWS-blog about my experiences as a dancer http://wiki.unicreatures.com/index.php?title=Category:Writer:Squigglz - Pages written for an adoptable pets site I am looking for a few freelance writing jobs. More samples of writing are available upon request.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States