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Priya darshini - Freelance Aerospace Engineering & Electrical Engineering
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$10
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• Over four years of industry experience in multiple challenging roles. • Strong knowledge in ATA, ispec 2200 Standards, Service Bulletins. • Expertise in Authoring tools like Arbortext Epic Editor ETPS, AutoTROL, AutoCAD. • Experience in writing internal documentation for a wide audience. • Excellent communication, interpersonal and analytical skills.
Reading, Massachusetts, United States
Bradley Shannon - Freelance Writing & Editing
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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Award-winning communications pro in northern Colorado. Started in trade/technical publishing, moved to marketing communications and public relations. I've written lots of articles for trade mags, created award-winning PR campaigns, gotten writers and editors to love my clients, and helped some of them win awards for their products and services
Denver, Colorado, United States
Jeffrey Samuel - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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My name is Jeffrey Samuel, I have completed my diploma in computer networking but more than that I am very much interested in blog writing. I made my own website Voyreg X and also being an active writer in comic vine. I will be a good writer and believe in my skills. If given an opportunity I will be able to give a good start.
Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
Roger Aaronson - Freelance Art & Comic Art
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4.0
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I began writing poems about 5 years ago and have written over 600 poems. They are about love, both good and gone bad, some futuristic, social and political commentary, and some are on the dark side involving ****** and mayhem. I have been working at warehouse jobs and some security involved jobs and i get no satisfaction from them. Writing poems gives me much joy and i would like to share that joy with others.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Jessie O. Torres - Freelance Art & Book Illustration
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4.0
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I am a painter, my paintings can be found in the art and framing gallery in mesa El Paso,Tx. I also draw and sketch since i was in the second grade. Right now im working with a small company on a oldstyle 15 page comic book. I can paint murals and have amazing ideas.
United States
Andrea Mills - Freelance Book Cover Design & T-Shirt Design
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4.0
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Driekart ~ Owner June 2012 to present *Five50, Aria Casino and Resort, Las Vegas, NV ~ Chalk art *Bradley Ogden's Hops and Harvest, Tivoli Village, Las Vegas, NV ~ Chalk Art *View Wine Bar & Kitchen, Tivoli Village, Las Vegas, NV ~ Wall Mural (Permanent) *Company American Bistro, Luxor, Las Vegas, NV ~ Menu Pen & Ink artwork *Private Collector pieces, pen & Ink *Commissioned pieces, pen & ink
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Mary McAllister - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Education 1996 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, M.A. 1989 B.A., Liberal Arts, English/Art concentration College of Notre Dame of Maryland Honors Summa *** laude graduate of College of Notre Dame of Maryland Maryland Winner, Philip Morris National Essay Contest, 1987 City of Baltimore Creative Writing Award, 1983 Journalism Awards, 1983, 1984 Poetry Award, 1981 National Merit scholarship, 1969 Full 4-year Senatorial scholarship, 1969 Experience 1993-present Editor/Project Coordinator (Faculty, Research Associate) Johns Hopkins University, Department of Radiology, MRI •Scientific and research writing for faculty members includes manuscripts, abstracts, book chapters, educational literature and associated materials. A significant part of this position includes the writing, coordinating, editing and routing of numerous research grants. Responsible for the coordination of all research projects and for organizing and producing research directory. Additional responsibilities include brochure design, layout, type specification and cover artwork. Extensive use of MacIntosh computer (Microsoft Word, desktop publishing programs such as Quark XPress, etc.). Departmental Newsletter Editor • Johns Hopkins University Department of Radiology Responsible for story choice, content, interviewing, writing, layout and design of quarterly departmental newsletter. Publications Coordinator Johns Hopkins University, Department of Radiology Responsible for publication of research directory, brochures, press releases, annual report. Entails interviewing, writing, design, layout, and final publication. Drug Study Coordinator Responsible for initiation and coordination of clinical trials from outside vendors. Included writing and preparation of Institutional Review Board applications and approval, writing of consent forms, calculating budgets, and study initiation. 1991-present Editor/Reviewer University of Vienna, Austria Review and rewrite manuscripts for Department of Radiology and several other departments on a contractual basis. 1995-1997 Editor/Reviewer Radiology Review and rewrite journal articles written by authors whose first language is not English (contractual basis) 1991-1992 Technical Writer/Editor Johns Hopkins University, Division of Cognitive Neurology Scientific and research writing for faculty members included manuscripts, abstracts, book chapters, educational literature and associated materials. Coordination, editing and formatting of grants was a significant part of this position. Arranging and organizing weekly seminars, coordinating monthly meetings of the Baltimore-Washington Area Neuropsychology Group, and designing and constructing slides and other audiovisual materials were additional responsibilities. 1990-1991 Technical Writer/Editor/Continuing Education Coordinator Johns Hopkins University, Department of Radiology, MRI • Scientific and research writing for faculty members included manuscripts, abstracts, book chapters, educational literature and associated materials. Coordinated all activities for CE courses for the Division of MRI. This included editing and collection of syllabus materials, establishing course schedules, analyzing course evaluations, and producing AV collateral materials (slides, projection transparencies). Additional responsibilities included brochure design, layout, type specification and cover artwork. Extensive use of MacIntosh computer (Microsoft Word, desktop publishing programs). A significant part of this position included the writing, coordinating, editing and routing of numerous research grants. 1989-1990 Printer Proofreader, Government Printing Office, Washington DC Proofread and edited government publications (Federal Register, Congressional Record). Determined mark-up specifications for various types of printed material. Worked extensively with IBM PC (VAX/MS DOS) to edit directly from the computer. 1988 Document Abstracter/Indexer, Johns Hopkins Population Information Program (Part-time) Wrote and indexed abstracts summarizing medical and scientific articles, books, and journals for retrieval from POPLINE/MEDLINE international database. 1988-1989 Executive Editor, The Black Church Magazine Edited, determined editorial content, interviewed, wrote articles, specified type, design and layout of magazine with circulation of 30,000. Coordinated and assigned photographs and articles from freelance sources. 1984-1988 Proofreader/Editor, Waverly Press, Baltimore, MD Proofread and edited medical and scientific texts and journals, among which were the Journal of Epidemiology, the Journal of Urology, AJR, Circulation and others. 1974-1982 Vice President, The Acromat Corporation • Glen Burnie, MD, Responsible for weekly (computer-generated) payroll, account billing and personnel decisions. Quality Control Manager position included job scheduling, purchasing and final approval before printing. Artist/illustrator position included design, editing, type specification, layout and illustration of various corporate and advertising materials, including brochures, political advertisements, and newsletters. REFERENCES and PUBLICATIONS FURNISHED UPON REQUEST
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Somia Cameron - Freelance Transcription & Auditing
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3.0
2 Skills
$15
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Somia Davis 311 Harloe Pismo Beach, CA 93449 (805) 540-9118 somiac@yahoo.com Experience January 2011-Present Freelance Transcription and Copy Typing ? 45-50 wpm ? At home contract work March 2006-December 2008 Dogfathers Hotdogs ? Managed small hotdog kiosk in front of Home Depot ? In charge of all food service, cash handling, stocking February 1999-January 2006 Stubby’s Cinnamon Rolls ? Number one front counter register ? Did small amount of food preparation Education 1992-1996 Paso Robles High School Paso Robles, CA ? Graduated with 3.0 gpa ? Studied general education ? Have high school diploma 2011-Present Ashford University Online ? Earning a Bachelors in Arts ? Majoring in Healthcare Administration ? Specializing in Medical Transcription Skills ? Self motivated ? Detail oriented ? Multi tasker ? Fast learner ? Knows most basic computer programs ? Microsoft Office Suite ? Adobe CS5.5 ? Has constant access to the internet
Pismo Beach, California, United States
Earl Mcgibboney - Freelance Graphic Design & T-Shirt Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$14
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Objective: Looking for a long-term "home" where I can contribute in any capacity I am needed. A. Seeking a position as a printer. I have experience on automatic and manual presses, as well as numbering presses. Although I am a capable artist, I am first and foremost a screenprinter. Throughout my career, I have always been willing and able to step from production floor to art room, and back, as was needed at any given time. B. Seeking a position as Production Artist, doing design work or separating designs for production. My experience is heavy in both production and preproduction, with knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDraw, Pulse by DG/ML, and many other graphics/layout software packages. I am familiar with Mac and PC formats, and have output film on several types of devices. Employment Plano Sports Center (Company has closed) March 2008-March 2011 Screenprint Supervisor Was responsible for creating all art files, outputting film, burning screens, overseeing production, and printing jobs. Printing experience at this location consisted of running a 6-color manual press as well as an Inline Technologies numbering machine. Reference contact : Bryan Wiggins, currently employed at B&E, worked with me in screenprinting. Impress Designs Dallas, Texas August 2007 to February 2008...March 2011 to Present Production Artist/Printer Setup and run jobs up to 10 colors on M&R presses. Responsible for preflight and output of customer supplied files on thermal imagesetter. Entailed creating spot plates, applying traps as needed, making underbases, and often involved complete reconstruction of customer's vision to suit production needs. Created original designs to suit customer specs. All design work was required to be suitable for screenprinting, offset, direct-to-garment, embroidery, or any other use required by that job. Examples ranged from t-shirt screenprinting to ASI files printed on promotional items offsite to brochures for distribution. Learned digitizing for embroidery. Completed 40 hours of training with Hirsch International on Tajima Pulse DG/ML software. Prepped files for, and printed, jobs on Brother direct-to-garment system. Learned operation of Tajima Neo one-head embroidery machine for sew outs of digitized items. Reference Contact : Supervisor Corey Pankey 469-865-6707 Action Sportswear Garland, Texas August 1988 to May 2007 Screenprinter/Production Manager/Art Director Gained complete range of knowledge in the screenprinting process. Operated automatic presses of varying manufacture in the process of screenprinting t-shirts. Dealt with plastisol inks, waterbase inks, UV inks, and discharge on light and dark garments. Continued printing as needed over entire time with company. Ran screen department from 1989-1993. Duties ranged from screen prep, screen making, film archival, screen archival, and beta testing for various suppliers of chemicals. Managed production, along with some screen department and art department duties from 1992-2007. Scheduled production on up to 4 presses, monitoring up to 100 jobs at a time. Dealt closely with customers at every level of process, whether in person, by phone, or by email. Introduced company to computer graphics in 1995, leading to total digital art department by 2001. Chose hardware and software packages needed, then installed and maintained all art resources. Art Director from 2001-2007. Handled all aspects of outsourcing art to graphic artists nationwide, including tracking tasks, overseeing progress and customer proofs, and recruitment. Responsible for creation of original designs and correction of others art as needed to suit production. Ran company's signmaking department from 2000-2007. Included design and layout, running vinyl plotter, mask/weed, and install of signage. Types of signs included coroplast, banners, realty signs, channel letters, vehicle graphics, and lighted outdoor signage. Responsible for interviewing, hiring, and training of staff from 2000-2007 in all areas. Reference Contact : Owner Norman Martin 972-487-6960
Dallas, Texas, United States
Salim Ebrahim - Freelance Ghostwriting & Script Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Shakespeare was an epigrammatic writer. I am among the top 1% of the epigrammatic and polished writers. I write in over a dozen styles (genres) and sub-styles (subgenres) e.g. novel, script, dialog, monolog, epigram, verse, power-prose, humor, essay, memoir, blog, Op-Ed, article, and business/technical writing. This means that I am also able to write in styles probably more difficult than the one required for your task. My writing samples speak for me as a versatile and skilled writer having taken DECADES to master the different writing styles (genres). I have posted some of my work samples - at least one for each style/genre. The very first page of my Novel demonstrates the use of 10 of the many elements of creative writing to capture reader interest from the very start. My Stage Play "The Pasture" demonstrates tight, fast paced COMPLEX dialog which is more difficult to write in an interesting manner to obtain reader interest as compared to the SIMPLER dialog I demonstrate in my novel sample (as described above). A few pages of this play is a must read. Good dialog needs no other props on the stage. Moreover, dialog ENHANCES novels, short stories and non-fictional anecdotes. No fiction is well written fiction without dialog: I am a MASTER of THAT dialog. My Short Prose and Poems demonstrate my tight control of language. Notice that the message in any of my poems is crystal clear yet the language is no longer prose. It lives in a world of its own word play and sentence structure. An adept poet can aesthetically lift a work of ordinary technical prose to new heights without the reader knowing why it is so readable. The two short stories display completely different themes told in differing styles. You should be aware that actual work samples are the best references BY FAR in creative writing by which kernels are separated from fluff i.e. design, format, color schemes, attractive photography in brochures shown as writing samples, glossy but empty book covers without any written content in-between. All these have nothing to do with the written word. Even camera work and music cannot substitute the power of words in a screenplay. Therefore, ALWAYS BUT ALWAYS REVIEW CRITICALLY WORK SAMPLES FOR THEIR WORD CONTENT – THE SINE QUA NON OF CREATIVE WRITING. Every writer worth their salt has something to show for their personal portfolios because not everything is to be hidden away as “ghostwritten”. Again, when a writer asserts himself to be a “bestseller” how will you ever go checking to see if the assertion is true or false unless the writer himself provides the links to verify his claim? When perusing my portfolio you may get involved with the content within my writing. If so, then go with the flow and enjoy the read but do not confuse STYLE and ABILITY with CONTENT because "one man's meat (content) is another's poison"! Also, you should not say, “But I do not see a work sample similar to what I want written!” You should not look for a perfect match to your requirement in a writer’s portfolio but instead you should try to mix-n-match i.e. peruse a writer’s work samples to understand the writer’s competency in being able to do the job you have in mind. Give due consideration to the POLISHED QUALITY of the work samples you are reading. Finally, every single piece of writing needs time to mature after the initial writing is done. A second AND even a third look shows up places where it can be improved further with even tighter language. This is true for all good writers as it was true for the greats, Tolstoy and Joyce. After the creative flush has subsided the editorial mind must take over for severe self criticism that makes for a Master. I shall be available to you to review my work even AFTER the contract has been fulfilled to your satisfaction. Most of all, I am always open to discussion and negotiation.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada