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Almohannad Alnasser - Freelance Video Editing & Advertising Videography
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My Name is Jack Alnasser, I am a film maker graduated from SAE Australia film making school, and I have a massive experience in TV Series, TV Films, corporate films, Documentaries, TVC, and Animation in booth aspects 2D and 3D. I did films for high profile companies and people such as Prince Charles rain forest, Red Sea Gateway Terminal, HSBC Bank, SMBA Bank, Saudi France Bank, Nadec Biggest dairy farm in the world, Riyadh Train and much more. Extensive knowledge in film theory, film analyses, film language, script writing. Along with my work as Director, Cinematographer, editor, and producer, I was the Managing Director for Stallion Entertainment, Kieran Baker Production, Adeyes Production for over 6 years.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Carmel James - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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I have owned and operated my own business in sales successfully for the last 20 years and have now retired from the business. I am diligent and conscious of detail, due to my own marketing/media experiences and pay attention to grammar and formatting amongst other things.
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Purusottam Badi - Freelance Album Design & Banner Design
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my name is purusottam badi .i am intrested for online working and serch everytime a good job for me that help my future life and my family future.i know photography,videography,photo editing,video editing.daily practice and help internet training and know it.not read any institude.i am only 10th class pass and i am very poor.i am marriade person.this work experience is 2002 to 2011.so plese help me and deside my work your company.if my english word mistake please you read correct.my mob-8093680013.bisipara,wo.no-7,bargarh,orissa,768028.your faith fully.
bargarh, Odisha, India
Lauren Ocasio - Freelance Customer Response & Content Writing
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$15
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I am college educated woman who works in education and am interested in work from home opportunities. I am good at and enjoy writing. I also have excellent customer service skills as every job I have been in I have worked with the public. My Resume is available upon request.
Stratford, Connecticut, United States
Colleen - Freelance Animation & Billboard Design
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$25
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"Murals By Colleen" offers stunning, hand painted, original murals painted on almost any surfaces. The Artist Colleen has over thirty years of painting experience, that range from painting small objects to very large buildings.
Wabasha, Minnesota, United States
Tashawn Jones - Freelance Graphic Design & Website Design
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tashawnjones.com My name is Tashawn Jones and I am a 22 year old freelance graphic designer. My goal is to succeed in the highly competitive field that is graphic design. I am currently enrolled at Old Dominion University working hard to achieve taht goal. I have worked diligently throughout my academic career to try and build a reputation for myself within the industry.
Chesapeake, Virginia, United States
Richard Robledo - Freelance Creative Writing & Project Management
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Education SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY 1992-1994 Major: English Minor: Music, Theater Arts CHAFFEY COLLEGE 1994-1996 Major: English Minor: Music, Theater Arts Experience PAPAYA STUDIO, Irvine, CA Senior Producer, April 2009-Current Managed a team of 60 developers on the creation of four video games. Collectively, the projects generated a over $30 million in gross revenue. Managed all outsourcing business, including overseas cinematics production (Japan), music composition with Emmy award winning musicians, voiceover studio recordings, sound engineering, and television/film industry writers. Interfaced with publishing and licensing partners – including Disney Interactive Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, Electronic Arts, Namco/Bandai, and Cartoon Network Interactive – to set up production pipelines, development schedules, licensing approvals, and legal clearances; as well as, creating professional and positive working relationships, which resulted in repeat business. Managed internal groups: Programming, Art and Animation, Game Design, and Production. Worked closely with department leads to ensure good communication was ongoing, production milestones were delivered on time, and project visions and goals were met with the highest quality. Projects were managed across six video game platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3ds, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation PSP. Created, managed, and tracked production schedules and budgets using MS Project and Excel. Worked one-on-one with company President to develop new project concepts, and then pitch those concepts to industry groups from all over the world. This relationship brought three projects to the company. COLLISION STUDIOS, Marina Del Ray, CA Producer/Lead Designer, March 2009-April 2009 Worked on the recruitment of a 10-man team to develop an unannounced Nintendo Wii sports title. Prepared project schedules, including milestones, which detailed each team members’ tasks and due dates for those tasks. Worked with the Tech Director to create a detailed TDD Worked one on one with licensors to create a streamlined approval process with the quickest turnaround times as possible. Communicated with outsourcing companies in order to negotiate the best contract that would benefit the studio the most. Composed a thorough GDD to establish the scope, direction, and content of thee project vision. Prepared quality pitch documents to help establish future projects for the studio. SKYWORKS INTERACTIVE, Seal Beach, CA Lead Designer, February 2008-November 2008 Bring the Creative Director’s vision to life. Build and script 3D levels in GUI-based proprietary level editor (Unity 3D). Write thorough GDDs to establish the scope, direction, and content of the vision. Work with the Art Director to give color, shape, and dimension to the vision. Work with the Tech Director to bring order and life to the vision. Write story and dialogue. Proofread and edit game script, press releases, and corporate newsletters. Ensure the vision is given periodical reviews to maintain its initial goal. Design gaming systems: economy system, buying/selling system, upgrade system, camera system. Design player and mission mechanics. MUMBOJUMBO, El Segundo, CA Lead Designer, August 2006-December 2007 Brainstorm and research for new game concepts, themes, and mechanics. Used Flash to write and build game demos for new projects. Write thorough GDDs to establish game vision, rules, and layout. Work with Art Director to nail down art style for gameplay and UI. Work with Tech Director to create a list of gameplay features, and to create a plan for first playable. Report to Studio Director and Creative Director to communicate project status. Build game levels with proprietary tools. Write story and dialogue. Direct voice over sessions. Pitch new game concepts to upper management. Demo playable milestones for upper management. PAPAYA STUDIO, Irvine, CA Lead Designer, January 2004-August 2006 Evaluate proprietary game engine, research top-selling games, and collaborate with design team and department leads to determine the project’s overall vision and goals Document game specifications: gameplay rules and mechanics, controller configuration, player abilities, gameplay camera, AI classes, front end and pause menu, story outline, and game flowcharts Create a design plan and schedule to produce a playable representation of established project vision that demonstrates technical, artistic, and creative goals Identify each designer’s gifts and dependencies, and delegate tasks appropriately to benefit from their talents and to eliminate weaknesses Technically/artistically classify new design feature requirements, communicate them to the relative programmer/artist, and follow up until feature completion Designer, October 2002-January 2004 Work with fellow Designers and Lead Designer to conceive creative design features and gameplay elements Use 3d Studio Max to build level layouts, and to place—gameplay triggers; AI positions; AI pathfinding maps; pickups; checkpoint markers; cutscene cameras; animated objects, particle effects markers; sound emitters—all of which work together with the scripting language Use LUA script to code gameplay events—a creative mixture of timed occurrences built to challenge the player’s skill set from the simplest to most difficult magnitudes Gain a solid understanding of our engine’s technical and artistic limitations, and strive to develop fun and challenging gameplay within CRAVE ENTERTAINMENT, Rancho Dominguez, CA Associate Producer, August 2001-October 2002 Managed, organized, and updated milestone and production schedules Compose and edit design documents Pitch potential projects and game proposals to executive board, and sales and marketing teams Represent and promote the company and its projects to the industry press Assist in managing development teams to ensure they achieve their milestones on time Coordinate and oversee specific areas of project development; such as scheduling voiceover recordings, and photography sessions Distribute updated project builds in various forms of media to appropriate personnel Work one-on-one with QA Manager and Lead Testers to guarantee a complete, thorough, and swift test cycle Provide the press, both online and print, high quality media assets Skills Software: 3D Studio Max, Unity 3D, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visio, Sound Forge, Sibelius Music Software, Alienbrain Studio 7, Filemaker Pro Programming: C, C++, LUA Script, HTML, Action Script 2.0 Shipped Projects Senior Producer— “Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL” 2011 (Nintendo 3DS, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation3), “Trivial Pursuit: Bet You Know It” 2011 (Nintendo Wii), “Cars Toon: Mater’s Tall Tales” 2010 (Nintendo Wii), “Ben 10: Ultimate Alien Cosmic Destruction” 2010 (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2, PlayStation PSP), “Toy Story Mania!” 2009 (Wii), “Ben 10: Alien Force Vilgax Attacks 2009 (Xbox360, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 2, PlayStation PSP) Lead Designer—“Luxor: Pharaoh’s Challenge” (Wii, PS2, DS, PSP) December 2007, “Charlotte’s Web: Word Rescue” PC, “LarryBoy and the Bad Apple” PS2 Associate Producer—“Battle Realms” (PC), “Battle Realms: Winter of the Wolf” (PC), “Global Operations” (PC), “Mace Griffin Bounty Hunter” (PS2/XBOX), “Whirl Tour” (GameCube)
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Dick Methia - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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$30
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RICHARD A. METHIA Dick Methia is a freelance writer. Founder and retired president of The Infinity Group, Dick specializes in educational communications and leadership. Dick is an author, educator, trainer, test expert, and professional speaker with over 40 years’ experience in education. He is a newspaper columnist and a contributing writer for Suite 101 and Demand Studios, among other online content providers. Dick is author of several books/ebooks and articles on testing written for non-experts. His most recent book/ebook is Ace Any Test: The Parent’s Guide to High Stakes Testing. Dick was consulting advisor to the Educational Testing Service (ETS) on a project to design an ICT global assessment framework for 43 countries. In that role he represented the U.S. K-12 community and helped author the panel’s groundbreaking report, Digital Transformation: A Framework for ICT Literacy. Dick was consulting writer to the Verizon Foundation working with its president and advisory council to evaluate and re-engineer the foundation’s national education program (formerly Marco Polo), the largest privately funded initiative of its kind in the U.S. Dick has taught writing to elementary, secondary and college students as well as to professionals at the world’s largest training university, the Graduate School, headquartered in Washington, DC. Dick has been a judge for the Association of Education Publishers’ annual Golden Lamp Award, the Shell Foundation’s Century III Leaders, and Link Americas Foundation international L.I.N.K. Awards whose most recent recipients include Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the new president of Costa Rica, Laura Chincilla. Dick is also an expert in education technology policy. Dick was the only educator elected to two terms as president of the National Coalition for Technology in Education & Training (NCTET). From 2001-2004, Dick directed a major leadership project for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that trained school leaders — school boards, superintendents, and principals — how to transform their schools through technology. In addition to his role as project director, Dick taught key educator leaders how to communicate effectively to their constituencies. In June 1985 Dick was chosen from 11,000 applicants worldwide to be one of the ten National Finalists in NASA's Teacher-In-Space Program vying for the seat aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger eventually filled by his colleague and friend Christa McAuliffe. After the Challenger explosion Dick was invited to be a member of the original creative team that established Challenger Center, the international educational organization founded by the families of the astronauts who perished in the Space Shuttle. For 10 years Dick had overall responsibility for Challenger Center's North American educational programs. Before joining Challenger Center, Dick was a loaned educator at NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., where he served as liaison to national education organizations and conducted an international speaking tour. For his achievements NASA honored him with its Public Service Award. In further recognition of his contributions to education, the Air Force Association named him a General Jimmy Doolittle Fellow, an award he received from General Doolittle himself. Dick is also an accomplished speaker. In 1988 he was the first U.S. educator invited to Beijing, China, to deliver the keynote address in the Great Hall of the People at the American-Chinese Youth Science Exchange. Dick’s primary philanthropic activity is the chairmanship of Link Americas, a California non-profit that cultivates technology-based strategic alliances between academic and private sector partners in the United States and Central America. Link Americas’ mission is to improve the quality of life for under-developed communities through technology. Dick’s wife Linda is an executive management consultant. They live in Fairfax County, VA, with their rescue dog, Ginger, and their rambunctious cockatiel, Sunny.
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, United States
Erin D Rankin - Freelance Data Entry & Customer Response
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Erin D. Rankin CAREER OBJECTIVE To obtain a position in an office setting that will afford me the opportunity to build on my skills as I strive to enter my field of study PROFESSIONAL SKILLS • EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE: Very personable, very intuitive to clients and fellow co-workers, building lasting relationships with families • HIGHLY RESPONSIBLE AND ETHICAL: Experienced in handling large amounts of cash, making bank deposits and maintaining records of transactions. • ADAPTABLE TO NEW TECHNOLOGY: Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and able to operate all major office equipment. • INDEPENDENT AND TEAM PLAYER: Enjoy collaborating with colleagues, clients, and customers, as well as completing tasks independently. Eager to motivate and inspire others to deliver their best. • ORGANIZED AND MOTIVATED: Good problem-solving skills, detail-oriented, meticulous planner PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Discovery Point Sept 2010 – April 2011 Lead Preschool Teacher- started out as a center floater but was soon given my own classroom of 12 3 year olds. Provided a nurturing environment for a classroom that was inclusive of “special needs,” wrote out weekly lesson plans using the Bright Start curriculum Voices of Faith Ministries 2004 - 2011 Classroom Facilitator- Overseeing activity in classroom of children ranging in ages from 6 months to 3 years, providing age appropriate curriculums for older toddlers Building Champions August 2008 – January 2011 Administrative Assistant- answering phones, filing, maintaining office, completing various projects as assigned (this is a PRN position) Nanny- June 2008- August 2009 Provided summer care & after school care for a family with 6 active children, all under age 11, learned to assist in speech therapy for one of the children who is autistic TCBY Yogurt- April 2007 – May 2008 Assistant Manager- Taking orders, working front counter, line prep, closing drawer nightly, depositing money from day’s sales, opening/closing store LeeAnne’s Personal Daycare May 2004 – June 2005 Volunteer- assisted disabled adults with feeding, exercise, arts & crafts, preparing meals EDUCATION Georgia Perimeter August 2009 - Present Majoring in Business Administration Berkmar High Graduated in May 2009 INVOLVEMENT/ACTIVITES ? President of DECA - 2007-2009 ? Team Manager of Varsity/JV Basketball team - 2006-2009 ? Organized Lilburn Business Expo for Berkmar High for 2 years ? Organized Fashion shows ? Organized a Promotions team-responsible for organizing weekend parties & various charity events for local & national entertainers
Clarksville, Tennessee, United States
SaraSharma - Freelance Book Writing & Poem Writing
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Sara E. Sharma EDUCATION 2002 – 2004 TEACHERS COLLEGE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York, NY Masters degree in Teaching of English; cumulative GPA: 3.83 1999 – 2001 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, New Brunswick, NJ Bachelors degree with English major & Psychology minor; cumulative GPA: 3.62, Dean’s list & Rutgers scholarship 1997 – 1999 INDIANA/PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT INDIANAPOLIS, Indianapolis, IN Cumulative GPA: 3.80 (highest honors) CHILDCARE 2007 – 2013 Child Care, personal residence, Carmel, Indiana 46033 TEACHING 2005 – 2007 Woodrow Wilson Middle School, 50 Woodrow Wilson Drive, Edison, NJ Teaching of honors, remedial & level 1 English classes 2002 Computer School II, 100 West 84th St., New York, NY Student-teaching in an Eighth grade Humanities class 2003 Vanguard High School, 317 E. 67th St., New York, NY Student-teaching in a Tenth grade Humanities class SPECIAL EDUCATION 2004 – 2005 EDEN (Serving Individuals with Autism), 94 Princeton Avenue, Rocky Hill, NJ Teaching adults with autism in a residential setting (using IHP’s) VOLUNTEER WORK 2012 Vineyard Church, Greenwood, IN 46143 2011 Compassion International, International Charity Organization COMPUTER SKILLS 110 WPM; familiarity with Microsoft Word as well as the Internet RELEVANT COURSEWORK The Multicultural Classroom; Narratives of Literacy; Cultural Studies; Multicultural Poetic Forms; Teaching of Writing (fiction & non-fiction); Teaching of Reading; English Methods; Harlem Renaissance; Black American Literature; Perspectives in Literature: Dominicans & Haitians; Teaching of Shakespeare; Abnormal Psychology; Cognition; Personality Psychology; Motivation & Behavior; Classic Myth; Art. REFERENCES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States