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Alexander Keown - Freelance Animation & Video Editing
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Alexander D. Keown Education: BA in double focus of Film Production and Film Critical Studies Keene State College Graduated in 2009 with *** Laude Honors GPA: 3.5 Studied Abroad at York Saint Johns University, England in Spring 2009 Professional Film Experience: Florentine Films (2010) Internship under filmmaker Ken Burns -Assisted in per and post production of servile different...
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States
Damon Griffin - Freelance Video Editing & Screenwriting
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Damon Griffin Education Northeastern University Boston, MA BA Communication Studies December, 2009 Films Trailer for A HORSE OF A DIFFERENT COLOR Dir: Jill Liney Matthews January 2012-present TENACIOUS Dir, Editor: Damon Griffin November-December 2011 REVENGE OF THE MEKONS Dir: Joe Angio Scr: Joe Angio Assistant editor, July 2011-September,...
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States
Casey gagnon - Freelance Video Editing & Music Production
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My name is Casey, I love working with music(Remixing different songs with each other, experimenting) I also love to edit, it is a passion of mine. I mainly edit video game montages to normal lets plays on Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/user/OCDGaming90 is the channel I do with my friends and https://www.youtube.com/user/Sadisticewok88 is my solo channel where I do music mixing and game play.
Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
Michael Hanley - Freelance Video Editing & Drawing
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I am a student eager to work. I am very advanced in video editing skills and can make a scene flow smoothly, I use final cut for editing. I am a decent artist who can make drawings ranging from comics to portraits to caricatures. I am also a very good writer and have a lot of experience.
Lebanon, New Hampshire, United States
Dan Williams - Freelance Video Editing & Videography
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I am a student studying all forms of multimedia. I am proficient in Videography and Video Editing. I've worked in the television studio at the college I attend for nearly two years now so I am familiar with the work flow that goes into production.
Andover, New Hampshire, United States
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Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
Dale Howe - Freelance Video Editing & Flyer Design
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Laconia, New Hampshire, United States
Tyler Cusson - Freelance 3D Animation & Video Editing
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Nashua, New Hampshire, United States

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Nick E T - Freelance Website Design & Graphic Design
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At Razor Ribbon Creative Group, we continually challenge ourselves to think differently, act strategically and engage creatively. Facing unique obstacles, we know each brand must think, act and react independently; Razor Ribbon was designed to do just that. As a boutique New York City advertising agency, our team was selected based on their ability to identify these challenges and create unmatched solutions. With extensive experience in digital, print and social media, along with promotions and events, we embrace innovation, technology and creativity with common goals; a strong, unified brand identity and measurable results.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Rachel Danielle Peterson - Freelance Creative Writing & Editing
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CURRICULUM VITAE CURRICULUM VITAE EDUCATION July 2009 - August 2011 Ashland University, Ashland, OH Pursued a MFA in Poetry through the university's low-residency program. My thesis adviser was Peter Campion, and Ruth Schwartz served on my thesis committee. My thesis is a collection of poetry. Sept 2005 - May 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Graduated upon thesis completion with an MA in Theology, but the degree is academic approach to the interdisciplinary study of religion. Scott Holland was my thesis adviser. Major academic courses highlights: Films, Novels, & Theology, Modernity, Post-Modernity & Belief, Hebrew, and Religion as a Source of Terror & Transformation Thesis Title: “Re-Mythologizing as a Tool for Postmodern Christianity.” Sept 1999 - June 2005, Wright State University, Dayton, OH Graduated summa *** laude with a dual major of English/Religion (BA). Major academic courses highlights: Creative Writing, Plato Seminar, C.S. Lewis, The Dead Sea Scrolls, Eastern Religions, The Problem of Evil, Shakespeare's Tragedies, and Ancient Mythology. Completed University Honors designation through course work and special project for each major (poetry collection and research paper). My honors advisers were Gary Pacernick (poetry) and Valerie Stoker (religion). OCCUPATION Sept 2013 – July 2016, Northern Marianas College, Saipan, MP English Instructor, Language and Humanities Classes taught: English Language Institute Reading and Writing courses (EN 072, EN 082, EN093, EN094), English Composition (EN 101 and 202), Intro to Literature (EN 150), Introduction to Philosophy (PI 202), and Literature of the Pacific (EN 250, and Intro to Communication (CO 210). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources, several courses were online as well. I have taken part in Hiring Committee as well as ad hoc committees. I also advised a weekly creative writer’s club off campus that was open to the whole community. I have been a guest speaker at local high schools to teach workshops on Creative Writing and aid in recruitment efforts. Sept 2007 – Aug 2013, Clark State Community College, Springfield, OH Adjunct Instructor, Arts & Sciences Classes taught: Developmental Writing (CPE 071 & CPE 072), Intro to English (ENG 111), Intro to Poetry (ENG 241). These classes involved assessment of teaching methods and the use of online research resources. Furthermore, I served as a faculty mentor to students in the college’s creative writers’ club for three years. The club published a yearly literary journal called Shards. Sept 2006 - June 2007, Bethany Theological Seminary, Richmond, IN Student Coordinator of Peace Forum Duties included: planning meals, introducing speakers, moderating discussions, and coordinating volunteers at this weekly forum, which included Earlham College as well as the Bethany community. Sept 2004 - June 2005, NEXUS, WSU’s Literary Journal, Dayton, OH Assistant Editor Duties included: reading submissions, proofing poems, advertising for the journal, and formatting each issue. The magazine also started a weekly poetry workshop. Sept 2001 - Dec 2003, WSU’s University Writing Center, Dayton, OH Writing Consultant Guided students through one-on-one writing sessions to define and address problem areas. ______________________________________________________________________________ VOLUNTEER SERVICE Jan 2003 - April 2004, Brethren Volunteer Service, On Earth Peace, New Windsor, MD Decade to Overcome Violence Coordinator & Program Assistant to OEP Duties included: maintaining the denomination’s DOV network (an initiative of the World Council of Churches), attending staff meetings (facilitating when necessary), representing OEP and DOV at various events, working with the Internet, using word processors, preparing bulk mailings, writing articles, facilitating workshops, and editing articles when necessary. I received formal mediation, group facilitation, applied ethics, nonviolence, and anti-racism training. ______________________________________________________________________________ INTERNSHIP March 2013 – Sept 2013 The Review Review, online writer's resource edited by Becky Tuch, located at: www.thereviewreview.net Maintained an online presence through social media, contributed publishing tips, compiled questions for monthly lit mag quizzes, dates of latest workshops and writing retreats, researched possible sponsors as well as the latest books on the craft of writing. ACTIVITIES/MEMBERSHIP 2015 -2016. Member of The International Association of Women Philosophers (IAPh). Completed August 9, 2014. “How Writers Write Poetry: Talk on Craft and Commitment,” an online course offered by The Writing University at the University of Iowa: http://courses.writinguniversity.org 2014 – present. Contributing Editor at Poet’s Quarterly: http://www.poetsquarterly.com/ 2013 – present, Member of VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts. AWARDS A Girl’s a Gun was chosen by Lisa Williams as the winner of the 2017 University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series and will be published by the same press Vermont Studio Center Residency Fellow, August 6th -September 16th 2017 at the Vermont Studio. “New Year’s” and “Redbird” were nominated for Best New Poets 2014 by Ashland University. 2014, Cleft was an Honourable Mention for the 2014 Joanna Cargill Coconut Book Prize for a First Book. 2013, Cleft of Sky, was chosen as a Semi-finalist for the Trio Award for the First/Second Book by Trio House Press, judged by Mihaela Moscaliuc. 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” nominated by The Los Angeles Review for Best New Poets. 2012, Nominated for and completed Clark State's Adjunct Faculty Leadership Institute 2010, Represented Ashland University at Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference in Washington, D.C. 2006, Elected to Bethany’s student government and represented the school at the Mennonite Writer’s Conference in Bluffton, OH 2005, Most Outstanding Student in the Department of Religion (WSU) 2005, Short story wins second runner up and a cash prize from WSU’s annual contest. 2004-2005, The National Dean’s List Dean’s List (every quarter at WSU) WSU Honor’s Program Golden Key National Honor Society PUBLICATIONS A Girl’s a Gun will be published as part of the University Press of Kentucky’s New Poetry and Prose Series in November 2017. “Elegy of the Gun V.” was on display in the Poetry Leaves Exhibition, May 2-31, 3027, and published in the Poetry Leaves bound volume, sponsored by Waterford Township Public Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan. “Harlan County,” was published in the April 2017 edition of Front Porch Journal, literary journal of Texas State University's MFA Program. The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: CARLY SIMON,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 16, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-carly-simon/ The article, “ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME – INDUCT THESE WOMEN: PAT BENATAR,” was a part of the Induct These Women Series, published on January 9, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/rock-and-roll-hall-of-fame-induct-these-women-pat-benatar/ The thought piece, “Some Myths Must Break,” was published on January 4, 2017 on Inspirer, a Los Angeles based print and digital publication. http://inspirer.life/home/2017/01/some-myths-must-break/ The essay, “Innovation,” was published in the Spring 2015 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2015/04/innovation.html The poem, “Fragments of Joan XVI, ” was published in Out of Sequence: The Sonnets Remixed a media event from Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies at Clemson University, Summer of 2014. The essay, “For People,” was published in the Summer 2014 Issue of Poet’s Quarterly. http://www.poetsquarterly.com/2014/07/for-people.html March 21, 2014.“Why I Wasn’t Supposed to be Born,” a poem published in Revolver, a literary arts organization based in Lowertown, St. Paul. http://www.around-around.com/author/rachel-peterson/ 2014. “Redbird” was published first in The Burden of Light: Poems on Illness and Loss, edited by Tanya Chekhov and released in March 2014. https://soundcloud.com/foreword-literary/rachel-peterson-red-bird-the 2013. “Fragments of Joan XI.” a poem published in Her Royal Majesty, a Paris-based literary arts magazine, “Luck” Issue 13, Summer 2013. 2013, The Review Review, a review magazine based out of Pittsburgh, publishing tips: “Viva Vida! Lit Mags That Challenge Sexism,” “Ranking Lit Mags, Ranking Writing,” “Out of Africa: Lit Mags Related to Africa and Diaspora,” and “Mighty Thunder from Down Under: Australian Lit Mags and Literary Resources.” http://www.thereviewreview.net/ 2013, “Elegy of the Gun,” a poem published in The Los Angeles Review, a semi-annual literary journal based in Los Angeles, March 2013. 2013, “On the Burning of a Statue of Jesus,” a poem published in Midwestern Gothic,is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan in Issue 8 and included an online interview: http://midwestgothic.com/2013/02/contributor-spotlight-rachel-danielle-peterson 2012, “Harlan County,” a poem published in Arsenic Lobster, a Chicago based literary journal, Issue Thirty, Winter 2012. 2011,"Ink," Literary Imagination, Vol. 13.3 (2011). Published by Oxford University Press, based in London, UK. 2011, MFA Thesis: Burn, a collection of poetry. 2007, Master's Thesis: "Re-Mythologizing: A Tool for Post Modern Theology." LANGUAGE SKILL German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Greek, and Maori. TRAVEL/INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE 2014, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Seattle, WA. 2012, Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) Conference, Chicago, IL. 2007, Cross-Cultural Trip to Kenya, arranged by Bethany Seminary. 2006, Attendance at the Shakespearean Festival in Stratford (Canada). 2004, Represented OEP at the UN-sponsored Conference on Women and Religion, New York, NY. 2004, Christian Peacemaking Team (CPT) Delegation to Israel/Palestine. 2002, Studied for a semester abroad in Heidelberg, Germany. 2002, Taizé International Gathering in Budapest, Hungary, arranged by Earlham College. 2001, Young Adult Workcamp to the Taizé monastic community in France.
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