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Solange Marie - Freelance Graphic Novel Art & Comic Art
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3.0
2 Skills
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Education Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts in Illustration 2008-2011 Columbia College Chicago Experience “Beautiful Death” short film 2011 Concept Artist Hokin Honors Exhibition 2011 Works exhibited, group show Spring 2011 Columbia Zine Contributed comic page Paula F. Pfeffer Political Cartoon Contest 2011 Honorable Mention Linework Comics and Graphics Anthology Number Two Contributor Work History Medieval Times Cash Control 2006-2008 • Cashiered before shows • Audited registers • Prepared money for deposit Business Cards Tomorrow Customer Service 2005-2006 • Mediated between customer and pre-press • Responsible for own list of customers Skills Digital: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office, Acrobat Pro, PC and Mac operating systems Analog: pencil, pen, ink, watercolor, acrylic, mixed medium, epoxy and sculpey clay, screen printing, book binding, digital photography, fiction writing
Glen Ellyn, Illinois, United States
Tory Smith - Freelance Commercial Photography & Fashion Photography
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5.0
2 Skills
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Freelance photographer, works and based in London My practice centres on Fashion, Beauty and Product photography Bringing a unique vision & interesting technique, I always aim to bring new ideas forward. I always shoot creatively to brief whilst bringing new ideas to the client. My passion, drive and personality are important in creating new angles to photography. I can offer you a new spin and exciting vision, which I’m confident you’ll be happy with the results! :)
United Kingdom
Kristen Jessica Pasterczyk (Better known as KayJay) - Freelance Drawing & Horror Art
10
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3.5
2 Skills
$40
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I work within the Art Department: -Character/Villain Designer -Costume Illustrator -Costume Designer -Wardrobe Stylist/Wardrobe Supervisor -Hair & Makeup -Makeup FX -Screenwriter (mostly for horror features and dark dramas)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Sarah - Freelance Drawing & Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
$8
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Hello, my name is Sarah and I love to write short romance stories, whether they are just the regular sappy love story or more tearing of the heart strings. I enjoy writing fictional romance such as ghoul romance or mermaids and other forms of the paranormal. I do not mind writing hetero or homosexual relationships, I am fine with either.
Bonaire, Georgia, United States
Melanie Betti - Freelance Brochure Design & Business Card Design
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4.5
2 Skills
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GRAPHIC DESIGN EXPERIENCE Dynamic and professional graphic designer with proven abilities in corporate identity and print collateral. Areas of strength include superior oral and written communication, outstanding project management skills and a results-oriented work ethic. These strengths during the past seven years have lead to exceeding project deadlines while maintaining the utmost accuracy at every level. Most importantly, these strengths provide a solid foundation upon which I will achieve optimum design results. Freelance Graphic Designer – July 1999 to present Operate on a methodical, phase-by-phase creative approach, whereby evaluations and decisions are made at the conclusion of each individual phase before proceeding with the next. Work quickly and have the flexibility to modify an approach as necessary to accommodate time and budgetary restrictions. • Exceptionally creative conceptual thinker with high energy and outstanding organizational skills. • Brand identity, corporate identity, retail point of purchase, digital illustration, product packaging, web design, online advertising, copy writing and event graphics. EL CAMINO PRINTERS – CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA Graphic Design Director – June 1995 to 2006 Lead graphic designer for fast paced lithographic company. Responsibilities include print management, liaison between creative and production departments and consultation with clients to meet expectations. • Excellent understanding of production methods including offset, screen and digital. • Successfully designed over 100 corporate identity and print collateral accounts. • Expertise in print management and print advertising.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Art Edel - Freelance Illustration, Book Illustration, Comic Art, Sci Fi Art, & Fantasy Art
525
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4.9
7 Skills
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My name is Art Edel and I have over 14 years experience as a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and production artist. I have an extensive portfolio that showcases a wide variety of styles that can fulfill almost any job requirements. In addition to creating exciting illustrations I have a strong understanding of graphic design. Because of my qualifications I can complete a job quickly without sacrificing quality and it will be saved to your exact print or web specifications. Rates are based on the complexity and type of work. To see more of my portfolio or complete work history feel free to visit my website and thanks for looking! EXPERIENCE March 1997 - Present Freelance Illustration and Design • Northeast PA Golf Expo logo February 2009 - 2011 • Rock 107 Wingfest illustration 2008 and 2009 • Holiday cover illustrations for The Reporter Group 2008 • Paradigm Technologies automotive and boat illustrations March 2004 - August 2008 • Rock 107 28th Birthday Bash apparel design • Mr. Jiffy’s Summer Meltdown 2008 front Geocaching coin illustration with design by Fox-N-Hound • Decade of Champions poster design and photo illustration • Colorist for TwoMorrows Publishing’s Modern Masters Volume 15: Mark Schultz • Front Street Press cover illustration • Brown’s Gym Racing apparel illustration • Shawnee Resort apparel design • Catalog and product illustrations — Sprint Print • LHBA Home Improvement Showcase award illustrations 2004 and 2005 • Masters Path board game illustrations and board design June 2002 - February 2003 • Spacemon Game Xeno and Human Series, including nearly 70 illustrations for cards, box and board design • Luzerne Conservation District classroom material • Recreation of Ewing Towing apparel design • Pines architectural rendering • Applying corrections and color to existing black and white architectural renderings for Bill Pilling Graphics • Figure Drawing text book for Harcourt Learning, which was formerly ICS and is now Thompson Education • Beaver Creek walking trails map • Ronald McDonald House / CMC summer event circus illustration • 1999 Scranton Cultural Center Playbill cover • Package design for SK Merchandise products • Insects Around Us children’s book • Big Machines children’s book • Guardian Warranty Brochure illustration • Thompson, PA Methodist Church Anniversary illustration • Holiday cover illustrations for The Reporter Group 1997 - 2001 October 1997 - April 30, 2011 The Scranton Times Publishing Services / Creative Services • Night Shift Supervisor • Goodtimes for Seniors Production Coordinator through May 2007 • Electric City / Diamond City production • Northeast Business Journal production • Commercial Accounts production shared with other PrePress Operators, which include: Scranton School District Newsletter, Southwest Brewing News, Mid Atlantic Brewing News, Scranton Diocese Catholic Light and the Pioneers Arena Football Yearbook • Photo color correction to meet or exceed quality standards • Classified pagination • Mentor and trainer for new Publishing Services employees • General Publishing Service responsibilities, which include daily reports, proofing The Times-Tribune and transmitting negatives to our press located in Waverly, PA September - December 1997 Highlights for Children Responsibilities included general production of 1998 Hidden Picture books and preparation for press. Hired as a temporary freelance designer.
Savannah, Georgia, United States
Christopher O'Donnell - Freelance Blog Writing & Writing
0
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$35
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Award-winning journalist with 10-years experiences as a paid writer and a flair for all kinds of writing. I write for a daily newspaper, a blog and a website. I also have extensive editing experience. 2008 – Current Education Reporter Sarasota Herald-Tribune As the Herald-Tribune’s sole education reporter, covered two school districts and several higher education institutions, frequently putting education on the front page with compelling regional stories and in-depth investigative pieces that made schools safer and led to changes in district policy. My stories: - Exposed how problematic substitute teachers were banned by some schools but were still working at others where principals were unaware of their disciplinary history. - Revealed that after creating a legal department with two attorneys and legal assistants, Manatee County School District still spent more than $100,000 per year for five years on outside attorneys. - Uncovered that the technical school director continued running the school during her one-month “retirement,” which enabled her to get retirement benefits before being rehired as a double-dipper. 2005 – 2008 General Assignment Reporter Sarasota Herald-Tribune Led the Herald-Tribune’s coverage of North Manatee during the real-estate boom, telling the stories of newcomers and long-time residents whose once-rural community was changing beyond recognition. Unearthed stories like the local chosen to build the show-jumping obstacles for the Beijing Olympics, and a woman entered in a contest to train a Nevadan wild mustang in 13 weeks. Produced numerous front-page stories from a micro-local beat while consistently scooping the competition on its home turf. 2002 – 2005 Reporter/Editor-in-Chief The Oracle, University of South Florida Elected Editor-in-Chief by staff at The Oracle. My story on struggling artists for a USF multi-media class was published in The Tampa Tribune and on TBO.com and broadcast on WFLA. 1993 – 2001 Analyst-programmer Citibank/IBM/National Westminster Bank, London In England, worked as a successful COBOL analyst- programmer for several major corporations developing and enhancing computer systems used to process deals and transactions that daily totaled millions of dollars. Education 2002–2005 University of South Florida B.A., magna *** laude in journalism 1982–1984 London College of Printing BTEC National Diploma, business and communications Honors and Awards - Florida Society of Newspaper Editors 2012 second place for beat reporting - Garner Rose O’Brien Halderman Endowed Scholarship for outstanding journalism students (two-time recipient) - Samuel Y. Fustukjian Memorial Scholarship 2004
Tampa, Florida, United States
Janet Baker - Freelance Advertising Management & Social Marketing
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4.5
2 Skills
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Janet Campbell Baker ________________________________________________________________________ Summary A highly motivated, team-oriented leadership professional with experience in both non-profit and for-profit environments. Proven expertise in the areas of marketing and communications. Demonstrated success at developing new initiatives and enhancing existing programs. Well-rounded background in organizational administration, the development of advertising and marketing campaigns and strategies, fund-raising planning and implementation, grant writing, sales and revenue generation, community relations, special events and promotions, sponsorship negotiation, public and media relations, and the creation of strategic partnerships. Core Competencies Visionary Leadership Project Management Strategic Planning Written and Oral Communications Accomplished Spokesperson Collaborations and Partnerships Mentoring and Coaching Marketing Strategy Change Management Professional Experience SULLIVAN MUNCE CULTURAL CENTER, Zionsville, Indiana This 38-year old history museum, genealogy library and art center serves as the cultural hub of this suburban community. Executive Director 2008 - Present Provide executive leadership and strategic direction to history museum, genealogy library and art center. Serve as director of P.H. Sullivan Foundation, supporting operations of the facilities. Oversee all institutional operations, as well as the hands-on development and implementation of all exhibitions, programs, marketing and fundraising activities, special events, instructional classes, workshops and camps. • Created new 501(c)3 exempt organization to oversee center operations and qualify institution for a broader base of funding streams; this action has resulted in first-time funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS), National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the Indiana Arts Commission and the Town of Zionsville • Secured significant philanthropic lead gift and supporting gifts to fund recent expansion and renovation project, which is the first in the institution’s history. • Launched campaign to establish endowment fund to support ongoing operations of center • Developed social media marketing program and manage all marketing, communications, advertising and promotions • Overhauled basic operating functions including accounting, website hosting, IT maintenance and property management THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF INDIANAPOLIS, Indianapolis, Indiana Committed to enriching the lives of children and families, the 483,000 square foot facility houses 13 major galleries that explore the physical and natural sciences, history, world cultures and the arts. Vice President for Marketing & External Relations 2005 - 2007 Vice President for Strategic Development 2001 - 2005 Director of Marketing, Public Relations & Communications 2000 - 2001 Provided leadership for the institution’s marketing and external relations division, which included the marketing, public and media relations, creative, public policy, community initiatives, museum retail, rentals and events, and research departments. Also led development and corporate sponsorship efforts. Directed a 50-plus-member team toward fulfilling the museum’s mission, vision, goals and objectives. Served as a key member of the executive leadership team and as primary museum spokesperson. • Crafted and executed the museum’s marketing, public relations, grand opening and special events plans in support of the opening of all permanent and temporary exhibitions; in 2004 and 2006 these efforts resulted in year-over-year attendance increases of 27% and 10% respectively • Wrote several, high-level internal and external communications vehicles, including the annual report and speeches for the President and CEO • Served as institutional liaison to important strategic partners including the Arts Council of Indianapolis, local and national media outlets, Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association, Indianapolis Downtown, Inc., Indiana Department of Tourism, national museum associations and others • Guided the execution and communication of an economic impact study supporting the museum’s $58.2 million annual impact on the central Indiana region • Directed national press announcement of Dracorex Hogwartsia, a new dinosaur species named in conjunction with author J.K. Rowling, resulting in international media coverage valued at over $500,000 in second quarter 2006. • Managed the museum’s public policy initiatives to engage elected officials and governmental agencies on a federal, state and local level, resulting in a $12.5 million earmark in the 2005 Federal Transportation Bill THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR, Indianapolis, Indiana The Indianapolis Star is the metropolitan daily newspaper serving the nine-county, Central Indiana region. Marketing Communications Director Assistant Director, Marketing Services & Community Relations Oversaw a team of fourteen in the planning, coordination and implementation of all external communications initiatives, circulation sales promotions, consumer marketing campaigns and special event initiatives. Negotiated and managed all sponsorship relationships and promotional partnerships on behalf of properties. Managed additional sports and event marketing sales staff responsible for $2 million in annual revenues. Provided creative direction for all advertising and external media placements. • Negotiated 10-year, $9 million agreement with NBA franchise Indiana Pacers for building sponsorship of Conseco Fieldhouse • Increased promotionally-generated revenue by 267% by proactively creating unique, strategic partnerships that provided new revenue streams for the company • Established an event-marketing division and launched a corporate special event initiative that resulted in the creation of two, profitable annual events in their first year of operation Additional Professional Experience INDIANA SPORTS CORPORATION, Indianapolis, Indiana Vice President of Communications Professional and Community Involvement • Zionsville Education Foundation; Grants Committee Member, 2010-11 • Lacy Leadership Association; Former Vice-Chair and Executive Committee Member, Board of Directors; Graduate, Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series Class XXVIII and Graduate, Opportunity Indianapolis • Eagle Elementary School; Founding Co-Chair, Youth Philanthropy Club • Indianapolis Public Relations Society; Current Member; Former Board Vice-President • Dress for Success-Indianapolis, Hoosier Capital Girl Scout Council, Indiana Sports Corporation, Indianapolis Parks Foundation, Arts Council of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Downtown, Inc.; Former Member, Boards of Directors Local Organizing Committee Member • 2008 Drum Corps International World Championships • 2007 Midwest Travel Writers Association Spring Conference • American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Zionsville • NCAA Division I Men’s Final Four Basketball Championships • Big Ten Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament • RCA Championships Tennis Tournament Professional Activities • Arts Council of Indianapolis, Regional Advisory Council Member, 2009 • American Association of Museums, National Program Committee Member, 2007 Annual Meeting • Association of Children’s Museums, National Program Committee Member, 2007 InterActivity Conference • American Association of Museums, Host Committee Co-Chair, 2005 Annual Meeting • Newspaper Association of America, Minority Fellowship Recipient to the American Press Institute • International Newspaper Marketing Association, Presenter, Annual Midwest Regional Conference • Anderson University and Ball State University, Guest Lecturer, Graduate Marketing and Public Relations programs • Inland Press Association and Hoosier State Press Association, Presenter, Annual Sales and Marketing Conferences Education BA, Journalism, Indiana University
Zionsville, Indiana, United States
Krissy Tuttle - Freelance Sculpting & Art
8
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$15
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QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE Inspired and uniquely skilled Sculptor / Designer with extensive background developing clay models for small- and large-scale woodworking projects. Proficient with latest programs used to digitize designs for production on CNC apparatus. Strong, articulate communication and presentation skills with talent for discerning client preferences and needs and developing project concepts accordingly. Possess critical time management skills essential to attainment of project objectives and continued business productivity. TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY Platform: Windows XP Applications: ArtCamPro, Dr. Picza, Adobe Photoshop. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE CAMCRAFT 3-D, INCORPORATED, Houston, TX – 2003 to Present Sculptor / 3-D Modeler Collaborate with clients and residential builders to discuss individual project needs and establish design concepts and plans. Utilize traditional hand clay sculpting to produce maquettes for digitization for woodworking projects. Operate ArtCam Pro, design and manufacturing software, to generate program toolpaths for woodcarvings to be completed via CNC device. Network with machinists to review blueprints and ensure precision and timely completion of projects. Instruct other sculptors and management to effectively utilize 3-D application. ? Enhanced productivity by devising new, more efficient carving methods and developing templates for complex projects. ? Recommended artists liaise directly with clients rather than through PR representatives, allowing for increased client involvement in design process and greater client satisfaction. ? Realized exceptional 100% customer satisfaction rating by completing each project with precision and adherence to stringent schedules. NATIONAL DAIRY BRANDS, Houston, TX – 2009 to 2009 Designer/ Mold Maker Design molds for signature butter as well as redesign existing molds for use in state of the art vacuum forming machines using 3-D modeling software. Generate toolpaths and operate CNC machine. ? Assist owner with the preparation of new vacuum forming machines for the plant ? Order materials and tools ? Supervise plant employees ~ Additional Experience: Supervisor for Sodexo, New Paltz, NY (1997 to 2002). ~ EDUCATION Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts, Visual Arts Major, 2002 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, NEW PALTZ, New Paltz, NY Key Courses: Design, Graphic Design, Printmaking, Silk-Screening, Photography, Typography
Houston, Texas, United States
Anne Margerison - Freelance Interior Design & CAD
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4.0
2 Skills
$100
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confident I have superb inter personal skills at all levels of business…………………. creative…….. I have a passion for interior and architectural design……………… professional…… I am honest reliable and trustworthy… Experience Employer CBD Homes August 2014 – March 2015 (casual position) Interior designer for residential developments (apartments & single dwellings) & child care centres. Including all finishes & fixtures schedules, construction specifications & design co-ordination. Reviewing designs to meet DA requirements & liaising with external consultants. Property styling & marketing of completed projects. (Including show home furniture selection & installations) Residential projects I worked on included: 18 apartments at 44 Gallagher Terrace & Windsor Heights 38 apartments at 23 Fuller Street Windsor 2 x High end residential single dwellings at Blackheath Ave, Bulimba Employer Altruistic Interior Design, Brisbane, QLD, Australia May 2010 – Currently freelancing Senior Interior Designer Clients The Buchan Group Grand Central Shopping Centre Toowoomba QLD. 80% Tender package for interior fit out. Fresh Food Hall Concept Package & material selection for Toowoomba QLD Private client Church to residence conversion: South Brisbane, budget $500k Central Queensland University Noosa Campus 1200sq.m $3million Including breakout spaces, libraries, collaborative teaching spaces, 2 x hospital teaching wards Redpath Mining 1000sq.m Office fit out including reception, breakout spaces, open plan workstations, offices, kitchens & training facilities Marchese Partners Architects – High-end multi residential competition for Alana Living Medium density residential - French Ave Development Bankstown, Sydney Specification of all fixtures fittings & finishes for ‘Stocklands’ aged care portfolio Brisbane Vabasis Architects – Low cost high density housing in Perth for Fly in Fly out accommodation The Inchcolm Hotel Brisbane – Reception lobby and ground floor café retail space Employer NBRS Architects, Brisbane, QLD, Australia April 09 – April 10 Position Senior Interior Design Manager Clients Central Queensland University Brisbane city campus (7000sq.m) $10million Including student breakout areas, library, lecture theatres, bookshops, reception, & kitchens Restaurant II Interior fit out $120,000 & Laboite concept scheme for theatre café, ticket booth & bar. Wynnum State High School including 12 academic teaching blocks, & sports hall $15million Employer Cox Rayner Architects, Brisbane, QLD, Australia May 07 - August 08 (Maternity leave) Position Senior Interior Designer managing a team of 4 Client Crime & Misconduct Commission. Interior Design & fit out co-ordination for 8000sq.m 2 x courtrooms, prisoner cells & offices, open plan workspaces & training facilities. Budget $9million Employer Styles & Wood Ltd, Manchester, UK Sept 06 – Dec 06 Contract position prior to relocating Position Senior Interior Designer managing a team of 5 Clients Halifax Building Society and Royal Bank of Scotland Projects Corporate Headquarters: Interior fit out Preparing client presentations. Engaging consultants, managing tender & construction documentation, issuing drawing packages to contractors, completing planning applications, adhering to DDA recommendations, and completing FF&E specifications Budget £900K Employer AstraZeneca, Cheshire, UK June 03 – May 06 – Left to go travelling for 4 months Position Facilities Accommodation Manager Client AstraZeneca clients: All internal tenancy fit-out works Project Managing a property portfolio and accommodation for 9000 employees across 3 sites. Including space management & interior design of office, laboratory, ancillary support space, reception areas & retail outlets. This role also included designing spaces for temporary national & global exhibitions Budget £10K to £800K Laura Ashley, Cheshire, UK Jan 01 – June 03 Position Interior Designer Clients 20 Residential clients per month referred to me by 5 retail stores cross Cheshire. Projects Residential interior design schemes including guest house’s & boutique hotels Designing mood boards, preparing client quotations, project management & installation of FF&E Employee Salford University, Manchester, UK June 98 – Dec 2000 Position Course Demonstrator & Part-time Tutor for the Spatial Undergraduate Degree Programme. Role I tutored spatial design, architectural drawing, and delivered AutoCAD lectures to first year students. I was a support tutor for the creative thinking, and exhibition design modules and organised an annual student field trip to London and all final year graduation exhibitions Employer ec3design, Covent Garden, London, UK June 96 – May 98 Position Junior Interior Designer Clients Peter Gabriel, Skadden Arp Lawyers Developing design schemes & details alongside the lead designer, proposing furniture & work station solutions, creating concept mood boards, surveying existing buildings, submitting planning applications & managing the distribution of drawings to each team Budgets £100K to £2.5million Qualifications 2008 Greenstar Accredited Professional 1992-1996 BA Honours Degree Interior Architecture: Brighton University U.K. 1990-1992 Art and Design National Vocational Diploma: Tameside College U.K. BTEC National Diploma Art & A Level Design: Tameside College U.K. 1985-1990 5 x Grade A’s GCSE’s Mathematics, Physics, Design & Technology, Graphic Design, & Physical Education 3 x Grade B’s GCSE’s Geography English Language & Literature I.T. Skills AutoCAD, Revit, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Project, In Design, Photoshop Interests Photography, Design, Furniture, Fashion, Athletics
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia